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Obituaries williamJ. Keefer, building mechanic William J. Keefer, 52, of Felton, died Friday, Nov. 29, 2002, of complications of cancer, at home. Mr. Keefer served in the U.S. Navy and was a veteran of the Vietnam War. He moved to the Dover area in 1971 and had been employed at Midway Slots in Har- rington, where he had worked as a building mechanic. A dedicated and loving father, he was an avid reader and model auto builder who could often find enjoyment in a game of darts. He was also a longtime member of the DelVets Club of Dover. He is survived by a daughter, Susan Made Bibb of Bridgeville; two sons, U.S. Marine Cpl. Michael W. Keefer of Camp Leje- une, N.C., and Mark A. Keefer of Harbeson; a sister, Rata T. Mallon of Philadelphia; 10 grandchildren; and his longtime friend and care- giver, Angle Harris of Dover. Services were held at Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery South, near Millsboro, with burial in the veterans cemetery. Contributions are suggested to Delaware Hospice, 911 S. DuPont Highway, Dover, DE 19901. Dorothy  Comegys, telephone operator Dorothy A. Comegys, 91, of Bunting to address NARFE members Sussex County chapter 1690 of the National Association of Re- tired Federal Employees (NARFE) will hold its next meet- ing Wednesday, Dec. 18, at Rud- der Town, Dewey Beach. Socializing starts at 11:30 a.m. with lunch served at noon. The speaker will be Sen. George Bunting. All members, prospectiv.e mem- bers and guests are welcome, and are reminded to bring a holiday gift for a man or woman at nurs- ing homes. To reserve a place, call Helene Hershey at 302-541-4179 prior to Dec. 13. Hens director to speak at Governor's Ball Scott Storms, director of Lions Club International, will be the keynote speaker at the District 22 Governor's Ball, set for Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Sheraton Dover Ho- tel, Dover. Storms, of Windsor Locks, Conn., was elected to serve a two- year term as a director of the In- ternational Association of Lions Clubs at the 84th International Claymont, died Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2002, at the Franciscan Nursing Home in Wilmington. Mrs. Comegys was a member of the Modem Maturity Center and Harvest Years Senior Center. She was a telephone operator with Di- amond State Telephone Company, KGH Bayhealth in Dover and the DAFB Civil Service. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Sandra and George Marls of Claymont; a brother, Harry E. Spencer of Lewes; her grandsons, Glenn Mads and his wife Janice of Clay- mont and Jeffrey Mads of Clay- mont; and four great-grandchil- dren. Services were held at Trader Fu- neral Home, Dover, with burial in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Camden. Contributions are suggested to the Modern Maturity Center and/or the Harvest Years Senior Center. Mary Elizabeth Stewart, retired DuPont technician Mary Elizabeth Stewart, 86, of Harlingen, Texas, died Sunday, Nov. 24, 2002, at Valley Baptist Medical Center, Harlingen. Mrs. Stewart graduated from Wilmington High School in 1934 and lived most of her life in Delaware before moving to Texas in 1997. She was employed for many years at the Chestnut Run plant of DuPont as a textile testing techni- cian. She served on the altar guild of St. Andrew's Church in Wilming- ton. In retirement, she was an avid traveler, taking trips to Columbia, Nicaragua, Hawaii and the Holy Land. She was preceded in death by her husband, Claude Heisler Stewart, in 1972. She is survived by her sister, Jeanne T. Champlain and her hus- band Jesse of Rehoboth Beach; her son, Robert W. and his wife Nancy of Little Silver, N.J. and her daughter, Claudia J. Lipscomb of Harlingen; six grandchildren, Brenna Lynn Stewart and her daughter Milana Velazquez of New York City, Geoffrey St. An- drew Stewart, his wife Marta and their sons, Arthur and Emesto of Brooklyn, N.Y., Heather Stewart Finan and her husband Terry of Summit, N.J., Sarah A. Stewart of Little Silver, N.J., Allison Lip- scomb Brown, her husband Bill and their children Evan and Natal- ie of Harlingen, Andrew Lip- scomb, his wife Candace and their daughter Megan of Euless, Texas; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Services were held at the Epis- copal Church of St. Andrew & St. Matthew, Wilmington, with burial in Lombardy Cemetery. Contributions are suggested to the Episcopal Church of SS An- drew and Matthew, 719 Shipley Street, Wilmington, DE 19801. Ruby E. Walker, former Baltimore resident Ruby E. Walker, 71, of rural Millsboro and formerly of Balti- more, Md., died Friday, Nov. 29, Convention held in Indianapolis, Ind. last year. Storms, an attorney, will be vis- iting Dover with his wife Dale, who is also a Lion. Georgetown AARP to host Wildwood trip The Georgetown AARP chapter 5340 will sponsor a trip to Wild- wood, N.J., May 12-16, for $300 per person, based on 20 or more participants. The price includes lodging at one of Wildwood's finest motels near the boardwalk for five days and four nights; transportation throughout the week, breakfasts and dinners, entertainment and side trips, featuring a boat ride around the area, the Cape May Mall, Atlantic City, and Smithville. A deposit of $50 is required to hold a reservation. For more information, call Faith Loveless at 856-6602. BEACH CUTS 226-7622 Haircuts Perms Coloring Waxing TONY JOSEPH MON. & TUES 1-6 P.M. WED:SAT. 10-4 P.M. 214 Rehoboth Avenue, Across from Fire House CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dee. 6 - Dec. 12, 2002 - 43 2002, of heart failure in Beebe Medical Center. Mrs. Walker was born in Blue Ridge, Ga. She moved to North Carolina and later to Baltimore, where she lived more than 40 years before retiring to Delaware in 1989. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jonas Calvin Walker in 1998. She is survived by a son, Jonas Calvin Walker III of Baltimore; a daughter, Pamela Meier of Mills- boro; four grandsons, Jason Walk- er of Baltimore, and Paul Ewell, Eric Ewell and Patrick Ewell, all of Lewes; a granddaughter, Carrie Meier of Millsboro; a great- granddaughter, Cassidy Jackson of Millsboro; and two brothers, Dean Falls of Baltimore and Wes- ley Falls of Huntersville, N.C. Services and burial were pri- vate. Arrangements by Melson Fu- neral Services, Long Neck. MARYLAND-DELAWARE-DC Press Service For information call 410-721-5115 Reach over 1.7 million households per week with the best network coverage anywhere! Call Today To Reserve Your Space! WET BASEMENTS STINKII You've got mold, mildew, and if it rains hard, you get water leaking into your basement. 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