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28 - CAPE GTYE, Thursday, December 24 - December 30, 1998 Obituaries Jim Cresson photo Long Neck AARP installs new officers Paul Hewett installed the AARP officers for 1999 during a ceremony Tuesday, Dec. 15, at the Crab Barn on Long Neck Road. Shown (not in order) are Patricia Perkins, nominating com- mittee chairwoman; Roy Mest, president; Betty Schultz, vice president; Don Helper, second vice president; Arlene Davis, secretary; Doris Ruddy, assistant secretary; Eva Lou Rhoads, treasurer; and Walt O'Brien, assistant treasurer. Serving on the board of directors are Pat Polanton, John Gural, Joe Christiansen, Joan Thorp and William Smith. Continued from page 27 ber of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church, Wilmington Manor, and was a former volunteer at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Elsmere. He was preceded in death by his wife of 46 years, Charlotte McCaffery Lawruk, in 1993. He is survived by three sons, Francis of New Castle, Daniel of Bear and Christopher of Wilming- ton; five daughters, Karen Hall of Hamptola, Va., and Rosemary ShevchuCk, Charlotte Anderson, Ann Marie Platt and Teresa Reed, all of New Castle; two brothers, Michael of New Hampshire and Stanley of New Castle; two sisters, Josephine Twardosky of New Hampshire and Clara Huber of Wilmington; 19 grandchildren and three great-grandchiidren. A mass was held at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church, New Cas- tle, with burial in Delaware Veter- ans Memorial Cemetery; Summit. Contributions are suggested to Seatin ; prices range from $175- $225 per person and inc xte cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, wines, champagn and gratuities COCKTAILS 7 p.m. - DINNEK 8 p.m. SHOW 10:45 p.m. LIVE JAZZ THROUGHOUT DINNER BY THE DAVE SCHIFF QUARTET Delaware Hospice. Robert Odee, former business owner Robert Odee, 67, of Lewes and formerly of New York City, died Wednesday, Dec. 16, 1998, at Clara Maass Medical Center in Bellville, N.J. After moving to Lewes, Mr. Odee was a field rep- resentative for Lawns Unlimited. Prior to that he owned Cab Meter Installation Company in New York City. He was a U.S. Army veteran. He is survived by his wife, Louise B. Odee of Lewes; his daughter, Tina Louise Odee of Lewes; and his son Robert John Odee Jr. of Mullica Township, N.J. Viewing was held at Parsell Funeral Home, Lewes. Graveside service at Bethel Methodist Ceme- tery, Lewes. Contributions are suggested to the intensive care unit at Clara Maass Medical Center, One Franklin Ave., Bellville, N.J. 07109. Our new idea in ILong Term care does away with confusing "benefit periods"... but there's a catch. It may cost you less.__00. Now there's a policy that cov- ers both nursing home and home health care from the same sizeable "dollar account" -- a set sum of money  can use So you have more flexibil- ity than policies with separate fixed benefits -- yet remark- ably, your premium rate will likely be lower. That's a real breakthrough ! With the cost of long term care $36,000* or more  ey.e_, you'll be glad you have the important protection of this new Long Term Care Policy GR-N105. Especially when it's so affordable. "Call me for details... there's no obligation." CaB Me Today: (302) 226-3955 Jayne Waldridge BANKER'S LIFE .... AND CASUALTY COMPANY L . : The Consumers Guide to Long Term Care Insurance. "tPolicy GR-N 105