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26 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24- MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2010 NEWS Cape Gazette Obituaries )) She is survived by her loving husband of 24 years, John M. Wheeler Jr., her daughter, Jill E. Steve Hoenigmann Litten and husband Harry E. Lit- gathering set Oct. 2 ten; sister, Kay E. Uhle and hus- band Robert Uhle; niece, Lisa K. An informal gathering will be Grimes and husband Bill Grimes; held inmemory of Steven two stepgrandchildren, Tara Lit- Hoenigmann from 2 to 4 p.m., ten and Josh Litten; five step- Saturday, Oct. 2, at The Buttery great-grandchildren; and several Restaurant on Second Street in cousins. She will be missed by Lewes. family members and friends. Family, friends and colleagues A funeral service will be held are invited by his father, Frank, at 3 p.m., Friday, Sept. 24, at and brother, Marty, to remember Mariner's Bethel United Steve, his life and his love of Methodist Church, 81 Central Delaware and Sussex County. Ave, Ocean View, where friends Steve, who died Aug. 14, was a may call after 2 p.m. Burial will longtime journalist in Sussex be in Millsboro Cemetery, Mills- County, having been editor of the boro. Sussex Post for many years. His The family suggests memorial career also included stints with contributions be made to the Daily Whale and the Delaware Hospice, 100 Patriots Delaware Wave. Most recently Way, Milford, DE 19963, Tunnell he worked at the Cape Gazette as Cancer Center, 18947 John ]. an outdoor columnist, produc- Williams Hwy., Rehoboth Beach, tion editor and web editor. DE 19971 or Mariner's Bethel In order to estimate the num- U.M. Church, 81 Central Ave., ber of guests planning to attend, Ocean View, DE 19970. his family asks that RSVPs be di- Arrangements handled by rected via email to Short Funeral Services, George- kemery@capegazette.com, or by town. telephone to Kathy at 645-7700. Dewey Beach Property Owners are cordially invited to come meet Friday & Saturday Evening Cocktails Sunday Bloody Mary Brunch Go to our website www.preservedewe ac, com Hazel W. Weist, Karen E. Wheeler, retired seamstress bookkeeper Hazel Workman Weist, 94, of Karen Elaine Wheeler, 58, of Milford, passed away Monday, Selbyville, died peacefully, with Sept. 20, 2010, in the Delaware her family by her side, Tuesday, Hospice Center, Milford. Sept. 21, 2010, at her home after a Hazel was born Aug. 26, 1916, lengthy battle with cancer, in Frankford, daughter of the late Born Aug. 2,1952, Karen gradu- John and Lydia (Hudson) ated from Georgetown HighMcGee. School. She had worked in several For the next 20 years, she was a sewing factories many years ago, bookkeeper for a couple of local and also at I.L.C. in Frederica businesses. She then went to where she did sewing on the work for Mike Doyle at Doyle's spacesuits supplied to NASA. Restaurant in Selbyville, working Hazel's hobbies included work- 10 years as his office manager, re- ing in her yard where she would tiring in 2006, due to illness. She tend to her flowers, crocheting, was a member of Mariner'sdoing needlepoint, sewing and Bethel United Methodist making her own clothes. Church. She was preceded in death by Karen loved going to the her two husbands, Preston beach, taking trips, going out to Workman in 1954, and ]ohn Weist dinner and shopping, in 1984; two sons, Fred and Bey- Her parents, Culten B. and Ma- erly Workman; and a sister, Hes- bel B. Simmons, preceded her in ter Townsend. death. Hazel is survived by a son, Raymond Workman of Lewes; three daughters, Elizabeth Pay- ton of Felton, Virginia Roop of Milford, and Hester Farrell of Frederica; and several grandchil- dren and great-grandchildren. A graveside service was held Thursday, Sept. 23, at the Milford Community Cemetery, Milford. In lieu of flowers, the family re- quests donations to Delaware Hospice Center, 100 Patriots Way, Milford, DE 19963. Continued on page 27 Only in September: Free Basement (or Sunroom)* Free 12x12 Deck* Free Tankless W/H* Free -This Month Only! 9 BRINGING BACK THE ART AND CRAFT OF BAKING Fine Pastries . Cakes .:. Tarts .:. Breads Homemade Ice Cream! NOW OFFERING PIZZA FOR LUNCH The Shoppes at Paynter's Mill 16394 Samuel Paynter Boulevard Milton, DE - . New Seasonal Days & Hours !Wed-Sat 7.30AM-4:30PM, Sun. 1.5.30PM 302-645-4558 i i ...... -.r .... ................. ............................................................................................................