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30 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 - Mt ~NDAY, DECEMBER 5 2011 NEWS Cape Gazette Obituaries Continued from page 26 Wiihelmina D. Har Rehoboth resident ey, Wilhelmina D. Harvey1 84, of Rehoboth Beach, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011, at l Healthcare and Rehabil Center, Lewes. She w beloved wife of the late Lammert Harvey and the ed mother of the late Ralph Harvey and his wif( dear sister of Joseph Del and his wife Delores and 1 Iarbor Ltation the Edwin devot- Edwin Mary; 3rosso he late He is survived by his wife of 26 years, Mary Hammond of Mil- ton; three sons, Robert Michael, William Patrick and Steven Richter Hammond: two sisters, Dorothy and Patricia; four grand- children: and two stepchildren, David A. Schepleng and William G: Schepleng III. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The USO, PO Box 96860, Washington, DC 20077-7677. Servicesand burial will be private. Arrangements handled by Short Funeral Ser- vices, Milton. Theodore Kay.Sr., Frank DelGrosso; loving ]grand- mother of Gina O'Brien her enjoyed woodworking husband Robert and Joey Borzy- Theodore "Ted" M. Kay Sr., 80 mowsld and his wife Mdn}ty; she of Millsboro, formerly of St. is also survived by two great- Leonard, Md., passed away graiidchildren. Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011, at his She was loved by man . Her home. friends in Rehoboth were devot- Ted was born in.Norfolk, Va., ed to her and loved herkt arly' son of the late George and Lillian Funeral services were held in (Bush) Kay, at Schimunek FuneralH0me; He enjoyed woodworking and Sunday, Nov. 20. Interment was golf. He was a member of the in Parkwood Cemetery, Monday, Cape Hentopen Elks Lodge in Nov. 21. Inlieu offlower , dona- Lewes and the Calvert Elks tions may be made at S t. Jude Lodge in Prince Frederick, Md. Children s Research H; spital, In addition to his parents, he P.O. Box 1000, Dept 142, Mem- was preceded in death by his son, phis, TN 38148-142. Theodore Kay Jr. He is survived by his loving wife of 63 years, Robert E. Hammon I, Marilyn; three children, Sandra Stevens of Martinsburg, W Va., Air Force veteran Brenda Kay of Millsboro and Robert E. Hammondt 81, of Cynthia Gatton of Leonardtown, Milton died Tuesday, Nov. 29, Md.: a brother, Beverlw Kay of 2011, at the Delaware V teranS Portsmouth, Va.; four grandchil- Home, Milford. dren, James Stevens, Serena Sk- He was the son of the l te Ed- aggs, Stacey Stevens and Michael ward Hammond and Ct arlotte Christiani; and six great-grand- Gill Hammond. He was born in children. Tamworth, N.H., and served in Services and burial will be pri- and-a-vate. In lieu of flowers, the family where suggests memorial contributions emam. to Delaware Hospice Center, 100 Patriots Way, Milford, DE 19963. the U.S. Air Force for 21 half years as a navigator he served*&ree tours in V After retiring from the Ai he worked for the Veter ministration in the cemet tem. He also served in th, Guard Auxiliary and as structor in the power sql He instructed children in l safety courses for Delawa and Wildlife. A revers : Force ns Ad- .ry sys. Coast an in- [adron. oating re Fish sh live more co Call me to learn mo option from MetLif, ian Tabaka Reverse Mort 302-230-68( NMLS # 1959 l\l{ ]9dP5 ?Jfe 5u[; 2~.I t0~ DgopeIl' dlJp[0va 4oftqaqe nan< ~gg,Jo~, IPdbvMe [$e H i 1U9-318( L'J 201 i [,,'IETLIfE INC RO e about this important financial Bank, N.A. )age Consultant Z 11 MetLife Bank, N.A. ~rtalrl {{J:'fll~lOI S dgd ~eeS ~IF ply la~ [ oan'-, ~, d,eig~m of Me!i lie BaN 10029hexuO /12',,~AH 5tdtes} ~'J k [-qUar i4n~;Smq lender ,.~ VAHAN , We nOw have Walk-In Clinics: patients of Pediatric & Adolesc Open Monday & Friday 8:30-r Tuesday-Thursday 8:30-10: No Appointments Necessal First come, first served. Jay Ludwicki, M.D. Jenna Seiff, M.D. Corder Campbell, M.D. Maria Chiilders, M.D." Kelly Ptiillips, C.P.N.P. Nancy Smith, N.E Now ACcepting New Pati FLU SHOT APPOINTMENTS AVAIl 42' ADOLESCENT CENTER (3 twitter.com/CapeGazette for 227. for cu ent C oon 0 ents .ABLE fference i PARIS 'S ILE IGHWAY DE 19971 !0 rrent .rater.