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Obituaries CAPE GAZETTE SUBSCRIPTION COUPON 34 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10 - October 16, 1997 Continued fi-om page 33 Michael Edward Tyler, staff engineer Michael Edward Tyler. 34. of San Francisco died Wednesday. Oct. 1. 1997. in Aspen. Colo. Mr. Tyler was born the son of Michael Raymond Tyler and Hope C. Rowlings Tyler on Nov. 15. 1962. in Philadelphia. He spent his childhood in Delaware and graduated in 1980 from A.I. DuPont High School in Delaware. He graduated in 1985 from the University of Delaware with a bachelor's degree in computer sci- ence. Mr. Tyler lived in the San Fran- cisco area since 1990. He was a staff engineer for Unwired Planet in Redwood Shores, Calif. He also worked on teams that produced software for two major compa- nies. Mr. Tyler was an advanced-ex- pert skier and loved Aspen Moun- tain. He enjoyed being in the out- doors. Mr. Tyler is survived by his fa- ther and mother. Michael Ray- mond Tyler and Hope C. Tyler of Lewes; a brother, Christopher Tyler and his wife Jackie of As- pen, Colo.; two sisters, Karen Tyler of Eugene, Ore., and Laura Tyler of Kissimme, Fla.; a grand- mother, Yolanda Tyler of Satellite Beach, Fla.; three nieces, Bron- wyn, Katrina and Jessica Tyler, and many friends in Delaware and California. A memorial mass was held in St. Mary's Catholic Church, As- pen, Colo. Contributions are suggested to Challenge Aspen, c/o Houston Cowan, Aspen Ski Co., P.O. Box 1248, Aspen, CO 81612, or to Delaware Hospice. Funeral arrangements by Far- num-Holt Funeral Home, Glen- wood Springs, Colo. Melson Funeral Services. Long Neck Road Clmpel. Norman J. Carnahan, worked at DuPont lab Norman J. Carnahan, 47, of Landenberg, Pa., and formerly of Townsend and Wilmington, died Sunday, Sept. 28, 1997, of cardiac arrest at home. Mr. Carnahan worked at DuPont Co.'s Stine Haskell Labo- ratory for 23 years. He was a member of Potomac Appalachian Trail Club, Washington, and an MOT Soccer League Coach. He is survived by his wife, Irene; a son, Joseph of Townsend; his mother, Mary of Wilmington; three sisters, Nancy Carnahan of Boston, Louise Mitchell of Brookeville, Md., and Kay Cama- han of Lewes; and a companion, Lynn Ford, with whom he lived. Services and burial were pri- vate. Contributions are suggested to Preservation of Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, in care of Robert Woody, National Park Services, Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Route l, Box 675, Manteo, NC 27954. Rosella M. Giles, sales clerk Rosella M. Giles, 68, of Wood- stown, N.J., died Thursday, Sept. 25, 1997, of a heart attack at Memorial Hospital of Salem County, Mannington Township. Mrs. Giles worked at the Wal- mart department store, Pennsville, N.J. Previously, she was a sales clerk at the National 5 & 10, Woodstown, for 50 years, retiring in 1996. She was a member of the Woods Lane Women's League, Woodstown, and the Women's American Bowling Congress, Woodstown. She is survived by her husband, Raymond E.; five daughters, Lin- da Owen, Susan Storicks, Sharon Audct, all of Woodstown, Rosella Mucimacci of Swedesboro, and Lorraine Gilcs-Odel of Kennett Square, Pa.; four brothers, Charles, Joseph, and John DeRose, all of Newark, Del., and Nick DeRose of Lewes; four sis- ters, Catherine Swanson, Anna Dickson, Patty Wolfe, all of Newark, and Margaret Antione of Oklahoma; 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services were held at H.T. Lay- ton & Son Home for Funerals, Woodstown, with burial in Lawn- side Cemetery, Pilesgrove. Contributions are suggested to American Red Cross, Salem County Chapter, 14 N. Main Street, Woodstown, NJ 08098. Paul G. Wesselhoff, HVAC technician Paul G. Wesselhoff, 33, of Seaford, died Wednesday, Oct. l, 1997, in his home. Mr. Wesselhoff was an HVAC technician for Conectiv Service, Inc., Georgetown for the past year. Prior to that he worked for E.T. Travis, Salisbury, Md., and McGee Plumbing and Heating. He was an avid bowler. He is survived by his wife, Lisa; a daughter, Katie N., at home; his parents, James C. and Jean Wes- selhoff Sr. of Seaford; two broth- ers, James C. Jr. and Michael, both of Baltimore, Md.; and a sis- ter, Denise Quann of Rehoboth Beach. A Mass of Christian burial was held at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Seaford, with burial in Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery. William E. Ferris Jr., service station owner William E. Ferris Jr., 85 of Mil- ton, and formerly of New Jersey, died Monday, Sept. 29, 1997, of heart failure in Harbor Healthcare, Lewes. Continued on page 35 Edwin McDonald, retired boilermaker Edwin "Teddy" McDonald, 78, of Long Neck and formerly of Delaware County, Pa., died Tues- day, Sept. 30, 1997, of renal fail- ure at Lewes Convalescent Cen- ter, Lewes. Mr. McDonald was a retired boilermaker with Sun Oil Compa- ny of Marcus Hook, Pa., with 38 years of service. He was a veteran of World War II, serving with-the U.S. Army, and was an active member of American Legion Post 28 of Riverdale-Oak Orchard. He was a member of the Long Neck United Methodist Church. He was preceded in death by his wife, Gladys Mae McDonald in 1992. He is survived by two sons, Thomas of Key West, Fla., and David of Claymont; a sister, Sara J. Davis of Glen Mills, Pa.; two grandchildren and a great-grand- daughter. Services were private. A memo- rial service will be held at a later date. Funeral arrangements by 00"00rinted T.Shirls & Sporlswear Ve00on is Logo Artwork Design QuiCk Service " Quality Work Reasonable Prices 645-2959 Introducing: Great Rates & Great Rewards Check a subscription Check a gift! 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