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~mill nt,lll| NiVILJU~J ] U mUUltL~ i Cape Gazette NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010 23 Obituaries )) Milton M. Carrow, prominent lawyer and Miltondeveloper Milton M. Carrow, 98, lawyer, developer, author, scholar and philanthropist, passed away Sun- day, Nov. 14, 2010, at his residence in Milton. The cause of death was atherosclerotic heart dis- ease. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., the son of Samuel and Ethel (Berlin) Carrow. In addition to his parents, Mr. Carrow was pre- ceded in death by his brother, Raymond Carrow; and sister, Sylvia Carrow Cabiac. He graduated from Syracuse University in 1933 and re- ceived his juris doctor degree from Harvard Law School in 1937{ An im- pressive ca- reer span in- cluded serving Milton Carrowin World War II in counter- intelligence, a law practice in New York City (Carrow, Bern- son, Hoeniger, Freitag & Abbey), creator and director of the Cen- ter for Administrative Justice, and held a chair in the Section of Administrative Law and Regula- tory Practice of the American Bar Association. He authored "Background of Administrative Law" and wrote in the Administrative Law Re- view Tortuous Road to Bu- reaucratic Fairness: Righting the Social Security Disability Claims Process," and co-authored "Democracy, Social ValueS and Public Policy" (Carrow, Churchill & Cordes). He was a law professor at New York Uni- versity, Georgetown University and George Washington Univer- sity and research professor in public policy at the graduate school of George Washington University. As a developer, Milton created the idea of a 32-home coopera- tive project of Hickory Hill in Rockland County, N.Y. He col- laborated with renowned archi- tect ]ames Polshek in Manhattan, N.Y., on a home project. He lived in Foggy Bottom, Washington, D.C., for more than 15 years, and was active in the Historic Preser- vation of Foggy Bottom. During his retirement, he lived in Milton and was known as "Milty from Milton" He developed with his wife, Barbara, and partners, Libby Zando (Zando Designs) and Robert Blayney, Preserve on the BroadkiU in Milton. He was active in his former home community in Block Is- land, R.I., along with his present home in Virgin Gorda, British V'wgin Islands. While retired in Washington, D.C. and Milton he conducted ,'Ponder Groups'' bringing to- gether diverse groups of people for roundtable discussions and debates on current topics. He was an active tennis player and a collector of art. He focused on bronzes of which he had a gallery in his home. Survivors include his present wife of 14 years, Dr. Barbara Bars- ki-Carrow. He is also survived by his former wife, Betsey Wood Hall Carrow, mother of his five children who include David M. (Millville, N.J.), Thomas E. (Al- buquerque, N.M.), Dr. Deborah Glik (Los Angeles, Calif.), James H. (Portland, Ore3 and Dr. Emily Carrow (Higganum, Conn.). He HAVE YOU HEARD FROM YOUR FINANCIAL ADVISOR? LET ME RETURN YOUR CALL. Janet Maher Finandal Advisor 28322 Lewes- Georgetown Hwy., Unit #5 Milton, DE 19968 302-684-5946 www.edwaniJone cm is also survived by four grand- children; and former wife Eve Barnett and two stepchildren. Services are private and byin- vitation only. Arrangements are being han- Custom Silk Creations died by Parsell Funeral Homes & VnUlue Accessories for the Home Crematorium, Lewes. Gift Certificates In lieu of flowers, forward do- 10% off your entire purchase nations to the Milton Communi- ty Foundation, P.O. Box 12, Mil- with this ad only ton, DE 19968. Rehoboth, Penny Lane Mall 302 227-3800 mon.- Sat 10-7 pm Sunday 10-6 pm Continued on page 26 Closed Tuesday inch ' ,I