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I UUll IL. i] o ill. 34 FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 2014 NEWS Cape Gazette Obituaries )) Continued from page 32 tee of Warwick Park and was a member of St. George's Chapel in Harbeson. Merv was an avid bowler, enjoyed working on his automo- biles, fishing and boating. His true passion was working in his wood shop to create exquisite pieces of furniture and crafts. He will forever be remembered as a loving husband, father and grandfather. In addition to his p/trents, he was preceded in death by his daughter, Jacqueline Ann Fullmer, in 1966. He is survived by his loving wife of 69 years, Winifred M. Fullmer; a son, Chuck Fullmer and his wife MaryEllen of Georgetown; three grandchildren, Sean Fullmer and his wife Allyson of Glenside, Pa., Megan Fullmer of Georgetown and Christopher Fullmer, who is currently stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C.; and a sister, Leota Hurd of Baltimore, Md. A funeral service will be held at noon, Saturday, Nov. 8, at St. George's Chapel, 20274 Beaver Dam Road, Harbeson. Interment with military honors will follow in the adjoining cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions in Mervyn's name to the Dela- ware Hospice Center, 100 Patriots Way, Milford, DE 19963. : chael Blewitt, Lewes resident Michael Michael Blewitt Blewitt, 59, of Lewes, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 at Bebee Heakh- care in Lewes. Memorial services will be held at a later date by the family. Ar- rangesments by Bennie Smith Funeral Home, Millsboro. Ernest'Ernie' Sando, Bayberry Flowers owner : Ernest "Ernie" Sando, 64, co- -owner of Bayberry Flowers in : Rehoboth Beach, and a retired business executive, passed away Friday, Oct. 31, 2014, at Beebe Healthcare, Lewes. He is survived by his part- ner of 23 years, Carl Grimm. He is also sur- vived by his mother, Irene Tamanini Sando ]oyner; brothers lames Sando and Mi- chael Sando; Ernie Sando and sister Cyn- thia Farley. He was preceded in death by his father, Ernest Sando. He was a loving uncle to Sarah Sando Cocchimiglio, Alex Sando, Ki- ernan Farley, Victoria Farley Buckwalter, Shealyn Farley, Har- rison Sando, and great-uncle to Anthony Cocchimiglio IV.. Born in Hazelton, Pa., May 25, 1950, he graduated from Hazleton High School in 1968 and earned a degree in political science from Mansfield College. In 1972, he moved to Washington, D.C. to work for the George McGovern campaign. After the campaign, he accept- ed a job with Sen. Alan Cranston. He later became a stockbroker with/ohnston, Lemon and Co. With his success there, he ac- cepted a job with Georgeson and Co. in New York City as vice president, investor relations, from 1979-82. He left Georgeson to work for Flexi-Van Corp. as director, investor relations and corporate communications, and worked for DF King and Company be- fore returning to Georgeson and Co. in 1987 as senior manag- ing director and member of the board of directors. In 2000, he accepted a position with Hill and Knowlto, Inc., as U.S. director, financial communications, and senior managing director. He was a board member of the National Investor Relations Institute and a member of the New York Fi- nancial Communications Society. In 2003, he and Carl retired to Rehoboth Beach. Together, they formed C & E Partners and pur- chased Bayberry, a flower shop and event business. Ernie was a loyal, generous friend and was considered by all who knew him to be a true gentleman. He shared his life with his family and an incred- ible group of friends. His family is grateful for the exceptional and compassionate care Ernie received at Beebe Healthcare, especially from his nurses. Funeral services will be pri- vate. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Bddgerepairs will require Route 24 lane closures The Delaware Department of Transportation announces that its contractor, Mumford and Miller Concrete, will be doing concrete repairs on the bridge over Indian River on Route 24/lohn I. Williams Highway between Millsboro town limits and Route 30/Gravel Hill Road in Millsboro. The work schedulewill be from 8 p.m. until 5 a.m, Monday, Nov. 10 through Thursday, Nov. 13. Single-lane closures will occur on Route 24 with flaggers assisting traffic. Motorists should anticipate minor delays in traffic. For the latest in traffic and related information, visit DelDOT's website at www.DelDOT.gov or tune to WTMC 1380 AM. Arrangements are being han- Fund, c/o Beebe Medical Cen- dled by Parsell Funeral Homes ter Foundation, 902 Savannah & Crematorium, Lewes. Road, Lewes, DE 19958, Rehoboth The family requests that me- Beach Volunteer Fire Company, morial contributions in Ernie's P.O. Box 327, Rehoboth Beach, name may be directed to the DE 19971, or The Children's Beebe Healthcare Margaret H Beach House, 1800 Bay Ave., Rollins School of Nursing Annual Lewes, DE19958. )) Sign online guestbooks at: lhomes.com It's your life. We'll help you live it. When you were kids she always had your back. She never stopped teasing you, but she never let you down. At Delaware Hospice, we'll see her through your eyes and be there with comfort and care. We'll respond quickly when you need us. And through our expert pain and symptom management, we'll help her find those days when she can still watch over you. Because she's not just a patient, she's the big sister who never let you forget how much she cared. C I Nt Fal a,n Ch C( M 10 p.I N Ca F,, Ot F Q 6 tiq A tc 3" C F 5 4 li 3 C I1 1 F I r I [ t t I [