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26 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25- MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 NEWS Cape Gazette Obituaries )) John Merryman III, real estate broker John Merryman III, broker and owner of Tidewater Realty Ltd passed peacefully Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013, with his family and friends at his side. John was a well-respected member of the Bethany Beach real estate community for nearly 40 years, and a past Bethany Beach town commissioner. He opened Tidewater in 1988, a bou- John Merryman tique real estate firm catering to customers who ap- preciated personal attention. He left behind his wife, Gloria; his sons, John and Michael; his mother, Louise; his sister, Susie; his brothers, Chris and Timothy; and plenty of friends. Husband, father, friend always. He will be missed. Services were private. Dona- tions may be made to: Little Pink House of Hope, c/o Tidewater Realty, P.O. Box 539, Bethany Beach, DE 19930. Dr. Thomas E. Dyer, respected gynecologist Dr. Thomas E. Dyer, 84, of Milford went home to the Lord while visiting a friend in North Jersey Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013. Dr. Dyer was a 1953 graduate of St. Peter's College, now Univer- sity, in Jersey City, N.J. of which he has been a lifelong supporter. He was graduated from New York Medical College and did his residency at Metropolitan Hospital in New York City. After medical training he spent two years in the U.S. Army deliver- ing babies in Bad Kreuznach, Germany. Dr. Dyer was a board certi- fied obstetrician/gynecologist at Milford Memorial Hospital. Arriving there in 1965, he de- livered babies and performed gynecologic surgery until 1992. He continued just office practice and retired after 41years ofprac- rice in 2006. He had served nine years on the Board of Medical Practice for the State of Dela- ware, Dr. Dyer will be sadly missed by many. His ability to remember something about a person that he had not seen in many years was uncanny. He was a soft-spoken, modest gentleman who always greeted people with an extended hand. He was a kind and caring man, loved by many and will surely be missed by all who knew and loved him. Dr. Dyer was preceded in death by his parents, Valentine A. Dyer, D.D.S. and Clare K. Dyer; a sister Marjorie C. Dyer; and a brother Valentine A. Dyer Jr. He is survived by his loving wife of 15 years, Barbara; and three stepchildren, Michael A. Hand (Dana) of Lithia, Fla Jeanna M. Elliott currently of Milford and Michelle John (Rob- ert) of Rehoboth Beach. He is also survived by five grandchil- dren, Lauren, Stephen, Courtney, Laura and Robert; three great- grandchildren; Lynley, Noah and C.J.; along with his very caring cousin, Mark O'Conner O'Brien of Dallas, Texas. A Mass of Christian Burial was offered Thursday, Oct. 24, in St. John The Apostle Roman Catho- lic Church, Milford. Interment was private. In lieu of flowers family sug- gests donations in his memory to either St. John The Apostle Church or to St. Jude Children's Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN, 38105. Life's End Services are by Michael J. Am- bruso Funeral Director Inc Dover. Edward 'Slim' Davis, General Motors retiree Mr. Edward Dale "Slim" Da- vis of Gumboro, 91, formerly of Wilmington, passed away Friday, Oct. 18, 2013. Mr. Davis was born Jan. 13, Edward moved to Gumboroaf- guns and cooking, especially 1922, in Lansing, N.C. to the late ter retiring from General Motors flapjacks. He was a wonderful Charles Edward and Betty Au- after 30 years of service. He was person who liked to joke around. drey Davis. In addition to his a former member of UAW and He also liked woodworking and parents, he is also preceded in former member of the Ameri- could build just about anything. death by siblings, Charles H. can Legion. He was a cowboy. He enjoyed his family and visit- (Jack), June, Jean and Betty. He enjoyed horse racing, slots, Continued on page 28 CURTIS J. LECIEJEWSKI D.D.S M.A.G.D. MICHAEL D. KELLER D.M.D. Now Accepting Dental Insurance Accepting New Pa tien ts Emergencies Welcome (302} 226,7960