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32 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 NEWS Cape Gazette ews, cousins, in-lawsand friends. Obituaries A viewing will be held from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, Nov. 21, at Continued from page 31 Watson Funeral Home, 211 S. Ardie Bolden, Pamela Coleman Washington St., Millsboro. The and her husband the Rev. Shawn funeral will be held at noon, Sat- Coleman; eldest brother, Jimmie urday, Nov. 22, at St. Matthews Bolton; stepmom, Minister Mary Baptist Church, 9606 Morris Red, Thomas; siblings, Russell Coley Bishopville, Md., where friends Thomas, Herman Thomas Jr., may call after 11 a.m. The burial Toby Thomas, Tyrone Thomas, will follow at St. John 2nd Baptist Cornelius (Sheree) Thomas, Church Cemetery, Mount Joy, Sherry Coley, Michelle Coley, Millsboro. Gertrude Thomas, Mary (Cal- vin) Blake, Willie Lee Brown, BrandonM,Wheeler, Bertha Waters, Robert Cannon Jr., George Cannon, and David died unexpectedly Cannon; four grandchildren, Brandon M. Wheeler of Mills- Troy, Tomekia, Kimberly Bolton boro passed away unexpectedly and Shawnee' Walker; nine great- Thursday, Nov. B, 2014. He will grandsons; a special cousin Jack be greatly missed by many family Jarmon; a host of nieces, neph- members and close friends. Sussex woman first Delaware flu victim this season Delaware's Division of Public Health reports the first flu-relat- ed death of the 2014-15 flu season. The individual is an 83-year-old woman from Sussex County who died Nov. 17. Infection with influenza A was later confirmed by the Delaware Public Health Laboratory as part of the state's surveillance efforts. "We are so sorry to hear this sad news," said Dr. Karyl Rattay, DPH director. "Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. This is an important reminder how serious the flu can be, particular- ly among vulnerable populations like the very young, people with underlying conditions, and se- niors." DPH reports a total of 37 cases for the current flu season in Del- aware, with the number of cases expected to rise over the next three months. In the 2013-14 flu season, there were a total ofl,842 confirmed flu cases in Delaware, with six flu-related deaths. Delawareans are encouraged to prevent flu infection by taking the following measures: Get the flu vaccine. Anyone age 6 months and older should get vaccinated for the flu. It is particularly important that anyone who works or lives with children, persons with under- lying medical conditions, or seniors, get vaccinated. Vac- cinations are offered through physician offices, and many pharmacies and grocery stores. Wash hands with soap fre- quently or use alcohol-based hand sanitizers, especially after you cough, sneeze or touch your face. Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue and dispose of the tissue immediately. If a tissue is not available, cough or sneeze into the inner elbow. Droplets from a sneeze can travel up to six feet. Stay home when sick and do not return to work until 24 hours after a fever is gone. For further information on the flu go to www.flu.delaware.gov or call 800-282-8672. We. Can Help! Crawl 5pace Waterproofing Basement Waterproofing Competitive Pricing Highest Warranty Available on Call for your All Materials ACAC Board Certified Microbial Consultants The Solution in Moisture Control tions . He is survived by his fianc6e, Chase, Colby, and Liam; his grandfather, Fern and Frederick Crystal; his son, Hayden; his grandparents and great-grand- Wertz; and his great-grandpar- daughters, Diamond and Cayla; mother, and many aunts and ents, and paternal grandfather his parents, Susan and Edward uncles, and great-grandfather. Lutz III and Darryl and Joyce His loss will greatly affect his Memorial services for this Mullins; his sisters, Lacy (John) three best friends who were like great man will be held from 6 to and Heather (Cody); and his his brothers, Ryan, Chad, and 8 p.m., Friday, Nov. 21, at Bennie brother, Daniel (Lisa); his nieces, Josh. Brandon was predeceased Smith Funeral Home, 274 N. Re- Riley and Jazmyn; his nephews, by his maternal grandmother and hoboth Blvd., Milford. When it comes to finding, buying or building the perfect space... Nassau SALE: Commons, Lewes 17725 i Price Reduced $1,2 m Coastal Hwy Lewes LEASE: Class A Office Site Bayshore Plaza, Millsboro Vineyards at Nassau Valley LEASE: 2,2006,600 SF Avail, LEASE: Office, Retail, Pad Sites Mariner's Plaza, Lewes LEASE: Retail Space Avail. Contact Ann Bailey, CClM: 215-292-6100 annbailey@emoryhill.com 18335 Coastal Highway Lewes, DE Commercial Real Estate Services, Worldwide. 302.827.4940 www.emoryhill.com ENCY 302-644-7700 I 1-800-641-4022 I WWW.SCHAGRINGAS.COM