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Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE TUESDAY. DECEMBER 13- THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15, 201~ 11 Obituaries >> David Mosner, retired fire chief David Mosner, 75, of Lewes, passed away peacefully at his residence Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2011, with family by his side/He was born in Nyack, N.Y., Jan. 3, 1936, son of the late Warren and Natalie (Romyns) Mosner. In ad- dition to his parents, he was pre- ceded in death by one brother, Charles Mosner. Mr. Mosner was an Army vet- eran, serving during the Korean Conflict both stateside and in Hawaii. While living in New Jer- sey, he worked for 20 years for Eastern Propane Company in Oakridge and then for five years as a road supervisor in Andover Township. He previously served as fire chief of the Andover Township Fire Company and al- so served on many other boards in that community. After retiring, he and his wife Betty moved to Lewes 20 years ago. He enjoyed many outdoor activities such as woodworking, boating, fishing and hunting and was also very involved in the Hills Edge Neigh- borhood Association. He is survived by his wife of 55 years Betty J. (Arnott) Mosner of Lewes: two sons: David C. Mosner and his wife Eiise and Rod Mosner and his wife Donna, ton, N.J. Visitation and services will be private The family suggests memorial contributions be made to: Delaware Hospice, 100 Patriots Way, Milford, DE 19963. Arrangements by Parsell Fu- neral Homes & Crematorium, Lewes. Thomas W. Lynch St., Millsboro businessman Thomas W. Lynch Sr., 93, of Millsboro, passed away Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2011, at Beebe Medical Center in Lewes. Mr. Lynch was born in Mills- boro, son of the late Grover and Bertha (Phillips) Lynch. He was a veteran of World War II, serving with the U.S. Navy. He was the owner and op- erator of Lynch's Plumbing & Heating and Lynch's An- tiques in Mills- Thomas Lynch Sr. boro. He was a member of Grace Methodist Church in Millsboro. Thomas was preceded in death by a daughter, loan Mc- Cabe; a brother, Reginald Lynch; and sisters, Betty Brittingham and Hilda Short. He is survived by his loving all of Andover; four granddaugh- wife of 72 years, Anita (Magee) ters: Erica, Ashley, Paige and Lauren Mosnen all of Andover; one grandson, Kyle Pawl Mosner of Andover; one brother, Warren Mosner Jr. of Milford; and one sister, Carol Youngman of New- Lynch; a son, Thomas W Lynch Jr. and his wife Susan of George- town; daughter Adele L. Pritchett of Midlothian, Va.; seven grand- Continued on page 12 i ! I L. ...the lasting difference VAHAN Gabri&2-.Co. ACWANO V,*,HAN N ~ W v o ~ HONORA ANGELIQUE DE PARIS Warm, cozy sheepskin footwear from MON-SAT' 9-5 SUN - NOON-4 OPEN EVERYDAY TILL CHRISTMAS B 'S Small Trays serve 10-15 people _" a u s t r a I i a UGG Australia $37 and up Women's lj. i LL&LARG l. i I Tender ' raps i Ste ak"wraps-. Combo Wraps i ik ! II Boneless Or Buffalo " I Served with BIu ~ Cheese, Ranch t~'Cei~F~ . SMALL & LARGE" ":' "-* I WarmhfoUer ,ned Lots of InCludes Wraps, Wings & Fried Chicken patterns, & accessories OpenlO:3Oam The center at tewes i tomatch 7-da s a week 1551 Savannah Rd. Y Lewes, DEi9958, .] 3o2.,,.,,51 ,. VERNON POWELL Food Lion Shopping Center, m Highway 1 ] "-------DESIGNER M I L 20747 COASTAL HIGHWAY REHOBOTH BEACH, DE 19971 Outerwear and fleece for women and men from North Face The Perfect Fit/ 302. 227. 6410 * See Store For Details Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 t 302.227.2922 i Rt. 24, Long Neck 18798 Coastal Hwy. (Rt. 1), Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-644-7483 302-947-1110 " Behind Malt, Salisbury, MD 410-749-456t I i i i l I / I l i J I Fashionable boots and warm slippers