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28 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30- MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 NEWS Cape Gazette Obituaries )) Continued from page 26 and Christyn A. Geniesse. Ros- alind was a wonderful wife, mother and grandmother, loved by all and will be dearly missed. Services and burial will be pri- vate. Naseem Din, retired teacher Naseem Din, 63, of Bridgeville, passed away peacefully at her residence Monday, Nov. 26, 2012, surrounded by her loving family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents Karah and Jalal (Bebee) Mall. Mrs. Din began a teaching ca- leer at the age of 20 and taught for 26 years in Pak- istan. She was happily mar- ried on Dec. 23, 1972, to her loving hus- band of 40 Naseem Din years, Shamshad and her husband the United States Din. Mrs. Din immigrated to May 5, 1999. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Din is survived bysix chil- dren;and 15 grandchildren. Funeral services for Mrs. Din will be held at noon, Friday, Nov. 30, at Georgetown Presbyterian Church, 203 North Bedford St., Georgetown. Friends may call at the church Friday beginning at 10 a.m, Interment will be in Mills- boro Cemetery, Millsboro. Arrangements are being handled by Parsell Funeral Homes & Cre- matorium, Bridgeville. John Walter Birney, Sun Co. retiree John Walter Birney, 96, a resi- dent of Rehoboth Beach since 1986, and formerly a 35-year resi- dent of Brookhaven, Pa., died peacefully at his home Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012. Jack retired in 1971 as a quality assurance inspector at Sun Co., Marcus Hook, Pa. He was a member of the Chester Masonic Lodge (formerly Scott Lodge) and a member of Conley's Unit- ed Methodist Church, Lewes. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Marjorie Taylor Birney; daughter-in-law, Barbara A. Bir- ney of Wallingford, Pa.; grand- son, John Worrall Birney Jr. (Page) of Towson, Md.; grand- daughter, Elizabeth B. Tyson (Tyler) of Sanatoga, Pa.; and four great-grandsons: John W Birney III, Carter P. Birney, Zachary R. Tyson and Luke B, Tyson. Jack was preceded in death in 1962 by his first wife, Margaret Worrall Bir'ney; in 1989 by his son John Worrall Birney Sr.; in 2004 by his son, Richard A. Birney; in 199.4 by his sister Hazel Phillips Ford; and in 2012 by his sister Mildred B. CoUison. A memorial service will be held at noon, Friday, Nov. 30, at Conley's United Methodist Church. Interment will be held privately at Mt. Hope Cemetery, Aston, Pa. In lieu of flowers, con- tributions in memory of Jack may be sent to Conley's United Methodist Church, 33106 Jolyn's Way, Lewes, DE 19958. Alice Tomer, devoted to church Alice Tomer, 91, of Dover, for- : merly of N. Arlington, N.J., passed away Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012. at Westminster Village, Dover. Mrs. Tomer was born April 30, 1921, in N: Arlington, to the late John Howard Stover and Alice King Stover. She was a homemaker and a very devoted and wonderful wife, mother and grandmother. Her family meant everything to her. Mrs. Tomer enjoyed garden- ing, was an avid reader and world traveler, as well as being very devoted to her church. She was a volunteer missionary for the Methodist MissiOns, travel- ing to India, New Mexico, Louisiana and Georgia. Mrs. Tomer was a member of the First Methodist Church of Kearny, N.J., and the Alliance Family Fel- lowship in Dover. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Howard Tomer; and brother Dr. John H. Stover. She is survived by her daugh- ters, Judy Hugo and her husband Frank of Gilbertsville, Pa. and Joy Tomer of Lewes; grandchildren, Jobe Tomer and Dawn Cote and her husband Thomas; and great- grandchildren, Grace and Eliza- beth Cote. A celebration of lifewill be held 2 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 2, at Westminster Village Community Center, Dover. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions be made to the American Heart Association, 200 Continental Dr., Suite 101, Newark, DE 19713, or the American Lung Association, 422 S. Governors Ave., Dover, DE 19904. Delaware lech is [low enrolling for the spring semester. Offering more than 120 programs leading to an Associate Degree, diploma or certificate, we have the education you need to take the nexLstep. Whether you go on for a Bachelor's with our connected degree programs, or start work in a high demand field, the future is yours. Connect with a Campus Near You riv,,ens Campus 302,8%.5400 3tant',m C~m~pus ~02.2833!00 ~ie~r y Campus 302.857, I000 Wljmirlgtilu (,!n)p!ls ~02 2k;3,}]]00 Programs of Study Include: Agriculture Energy and Engineering Business Health and Science Computer Technology Public Service Culinary Arts lran~portation Education Visual Arts Fred the rght pro%~m l~r ,/t~t~ Visit www.go.dtcc,edu/prograrns DELAWARE COLLEGE 50% ({FF You're in good hands, ii Auto. Home. Business. Life. Flood " ~i . Paul Sarnak ' I Southbound Rt. 1 Lewes, DE "/~ .g Exclusive Agent ] (hnmediately South of Nassau Bridge) ~) " ' 24-Hour ! " ~; Customer Service I ,302-248-8500