Christopher O. Blackson
Christopher O. Blackson of Townsend died Wednesday, March 27, 2002 at Bayhealth Kent General Hospital in Dover. He was 39.
Services were held April 3 at Lee Haven United Methodist Church, Townsend.
Anne T. Hyland
Anne T. Hyland of Wilmington died Tuesday, April 2, 2002 at the home of her daughter in Middletown. She was 82.
Mrs. Hyland was born in Wilmington to the late Frank and Elva (Niedbalski) Terczak. She was a member of St. Helena’s R.C. Church.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 36 years, William Edward Hyland, in 1976.
She is survived by three children, Beverly Heverin and Jeffrey Hyland, both of Middletown and William Hyland of Wilmington; five grandchildren; and four great grandchildren.
Services were held April 4 at Beeson Memorial Services of North Wilmington.
Interment was in Cathedral Cemetery, Wilmington.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Delaware Hospice, 3515 Silverside Rd., Wilmington, DE 19810.
Shirley A. Jones
Shirley A. Jones of Newark died Sunday, March 31, 2002 at Christiana Hospital in Newark. She was 66.
Mrs. Jones had been a bookkeeper for Pet Kare in Bear for the past four years. She was a fan of the Wizards soccer team and enjoyed gardening and fishing.
She was preceded in death by her husband, David L. Jones, Sr., in 1993; her parents, Thomas and Mary Jane (Foraker) Russell; a stepson, Ronald Jones; and a brother, Donald Russell.
She is survived by five children, Richard Jellerson of Milford, Clifton Jellerson of Cedar Rapids, Ind., Shelly O’Dell of Bear, Thomas Jones and Penny Jones, both of Newark; four stepchildren, David Jones, Jr. of Delaware City, Betty Aguilera and Karen Ramirez, both of Elkton, Md. and Linda Cordova of Newark; 17 grandchildren; and seven great grandchildren.
Services were held April 5 at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, Delaware City.
Interment was in Delaware City Cemetery.
Mary Lydia (Stradley) Garvin
Mary Lydia Garvin of Wilmington died Sunday, April 7, 2002. She was 96.
Mrs. Garvin was born April 28, 1905. She was a resident of Gilpin Hall in Wilmington since April of 1998.
She is survived by two children, Lewis T. Garvin (Elaine) of Fla. and Jean G. Fusco (Michael) of Wilmington; eight grandchildren, Sharan G. Perry (Ron), Brenda G. Wood (Howard), Michele F. Schlink (Jay), Lisa F. Alecknavage (Albert), Michael W. Fusco (Carla) Robert P. Fusco (Rose), Richard T. Fusco (Diane) and Jeanine F. Lano (Christopher); and 14 great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Lewis T. Garvin, Sr., in 1973; and a grandson, Lewis A. Fusco.
Services will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, April 11 at R.T. Foard Funeral Home, 111 S. Queen St., Rising Sun, Md. Friends may call one hour prior.
Interment will be in Brookview Cemetery, Rising Sun.
William E. Walls
William E. Walls of Middletown died Tuesday, April 2, 2002 at Union Hospital in Elkton, Md. He was 77.
Mr. Walls owned W.E. Walls, Inc. since 1952. He was a Navy World War II veteran.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Lucille S. Walls, in 1985; and a son, Marc Walls.
He is survived by five children, Lynne Arcara, Janis Davis, Frances Farmer, Christine Mitchell and Warren Walls; a sister, Alice Bomurski; 10 grandchildren; and four great grandchildren.
Services were held April 4 at the Chapel of Gracelawn Memorial Park, Minquadale, New Castle.
Interment was in the adjoining cemetery.
Arrangements by McCrery Funeral Homes.
Arthur P. Naumann Sr.
Arthur Pete Naumann Sr. of Dover died on Tuesday, March 28, 2006, surrounded by his loved ones, at the Pennsylvania University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pa. He was 75.
Mr. Naumann was born April 6, 1930, in Jersey City, N.J., to the late Arthur Henry Naumann and Nora Carole Naumann. He joined the USAAC at the age of 17, and then it became U.S. Air Force, where he was a medic during the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. He was involved in the Berlin Airlift and retired from Dover Air Force Base in 1969. After his retirement from the service, he went to work for the State of Delaware, first with the Department of Agriculture as a livestock inspector, the DSWA, the Environment Services, and with DNREC until his retirement in 1991. Mr. Naumann was a 32nd degree Mason, and member of Union Lodge No. 7 AF&AM, the Nur Shrine of Wilmington, the Order of Quetzalcoatl See of NA Diamond Star No. 77, the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite Valley of Wilmington, and the Knights Templar St. Andrews Commandery No. 2.
Mr. Naumann was preceded in death by his wife of more than 50 years, Margaret Hanney Naumann, who died Nov. 24, 2000. He is survived by two sons, Arthur P. Naumann Jr. and his wife Jean Landis Naumann, of Kingston, Mass., and Michael H. Naumann and his wife Sandy, of Houston, Del.; a daughter, Sandi L. Naumann and her husband Bill Sahm, of Odessa; a brother, Henry W. Naumann and his wife Mary Ellen, of Union City, N.J.; two grandchildren, Casey Lynn Naumann, of Houston, and Derick A. Naumann, of Kingston, Mass.; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A funeral service was held April 1. Interment was in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Camden.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Nur Shrine, 198 S. Dupont Highway, New Castle, DE 19720.
Judith L. Walker
Judith L. “Judy” Walker of Delaware City passed away at her residence on Tuesday, March 28, 2006, with her family by her side. She was 68.
Judy was born April 21, 1937, in Fitchburg, Mass., daughter of Edward and Clara Clifton Lucy. Mrs. Walker worked for the University of Delaware as head cashier for a number of years.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her former husband, Lawrence E. Walker, in 1996. She is survived by two daughters, Susan A. Walker, of Delaware City, and Sandra J. Wyatt, of Townsend; three sons, Mark J. Walker, of Dallas, Texas, and Michael J. and Matthew J. Walker, both of Wilmington; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
A graveside service was held March 30 in Townsend Cemetery, Townsend.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Mrs. Walker's memory to Dumpster Kitty, c/o Gail Price, P.O. Box 219, Kirkwood, DE 19708.
George Wortz, of Venice, Fla., formerly of Smyrna, passed away on Friday, March 24, 2006. He was 82.
He was born June 20, 1923, in Delaware City, and was a Navy veteran of World War II. He retired as an autoworker with Chrysler in Newark. After residing in Smyrna for many years, he moved to Florida in 1990.
He is survived by a daughter, Robin M. Duerr, of Charlotte, N.C.; a stepdaughter, Elaine Howard, of Milford; and two sisters, Kathryn Wortz and Patricia McDermott, both of Wilmington.
Services and burial were privately held in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Smyrna.
The family requests memorial donations be made to TideWell Hospice and Palliative Care, 5955 Rand Blvd., Sarasota, FL 34238.
Joseph H. Haftl Jr.
Joseph H. “Joe Boy” Haftl Jr. of Smyrna passed away at home on Tuesday, March 28, 2006, with his beloved wife, Deborah by his side. He was 64.
He was born Dec. 15, 1941, and was raised by his parents Joseph and Mary along with his sister, Joanne Williamson, of Havertown, Pa., and brother, Charles of Norwood, in South Philadelphia. As a child, he spent his summers on the Sassafras River, where he met his wife of 42 years. He was a loyal husband and wonderful father. He was a talented musician who sang and played the mandolin and guitar and had a strong influence on bluegrass music. His first band was the Rose Valley Boys, followed by Ted Lundy and the Southern Mountain Boys, Southbound, Mason Dixon Grass, Penn Central and finally, FretLoose.
He worked 23 years for the Philadelphia Bulletin and 20 years for Butts Ticket Company, in Cochranville, Pa. His passion other than music and family was his 37-foot sailboat, which he sailed on the Chesapeake Bay every summer.
He was the loving father of five children, Mark, Lisa, Margaret, Stephen, and Michael. He was “PopPop” to 14 grandchildren who loved him dearly.
Mass of Christian Burial was offered March 31 at St. Polycarp Catholic Church, Smyrna. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery, Dover.
The family asks that in lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to the Chester County Hospital, 701 E. Marshall St., West Chester, PA 19380.
Kathleen P. King
Kathleen Patricia King passed away suddenly at her home in Townsend Thursday morning, March 30, 2006. She was 44.
Kathleen was born Sept. 29, 1961, in Norfolk, Va., daughter of the late Max E. King Sr. and Marguerite “Peggie” Horner King of Townsend. She graduated from Christiana High School in 1978. Kathleen loved being a waitress and worked at various restaurants in the area. She worked as a receptionist at various businesses and after moving to North Carolina, she was employed at Stone Mountain State Park, where she greeted visitors and directed them to mountain attractions. She was a free spirit, dearly loved life, especially when riding on a Harley. She was an avid reader, loved to garden and cook. She also had a great love of animals. Although she had many medical problems, she always bounced right back and always without complaints. She had a smile for everyone and like her father, never met a stranger. She was affectionately known to her many friends as “Mean Kathleen” and will be deeply missed by all.
She was preceded in death by her father, Max E. King Sr. In addition to her mother, she is survived by two sisters, Cynthia Hughart and husband Warren Jr., of Townsend, and Donna M. King of Sparta, N.C.; two brothers, Max E. King Jr. and his wife Cheryl, of Newark, and Keith R. King, of Newark; niece and nephews, Monika, Max King III and Warren III and Jared Hughart; and several aunts, uncles and cousins, and especially her Godmother Aunt Frances Zimecki and Aunt Nita Horner.
A memorial service was held April 5 at Daniels & Hutchison Funeral Home, Middletown.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Delaware Humane Society, 155 Stanton Christiana Road, Newark, DE 19713, or to the Middletown Relay for Life, c/o the American Cancer Society, 92 Reads Way, Suite 205, New Castle, DE 19720
Patricia A. Pappas
Patricia A. Pappas of Delaware City, formerly of Smyrna, died Feb. 27, 2006, at Wilmington Hospital, Wilmington. She was 66.
She was born Oct. 21, 1939, in Wilmington, daughter of the late George T. and Margaret Willey Pappas. Mrs. Pappas was a graduate of Smyrna High School, and had been formerly employed as a waitress.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, Theodore J. Pappas.
She is survived by an uncle and aunt, George and Lorraine Willey, of Earleville, Md.; a niece, several cousins, a son and grandchildren.
Services were held April 4 at Matthews-Bryson Funeral Home, Smyrna. Burial was in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Smyrna
Viola B. Smith
Viola Bailey Smith of Newark passed away Friday, March 31, 2006, at Millcroft Healthcare Center. She was 95.
Viola was born on Oct. 17, 1910, on Grove Neck just outside of Cecilton, Md., to Thomas Hinson Bailey and Susan Bertha Bailey. She was the fourth of 10 children. Viola was a lifelong learner whose whole life was spent in creative pursuits. She wrote poetry and published three volumes of her work and belonged to the Delaware Writer’s Guild; she collected and dressed dolls and was a member of the Delaware Doll Collectors Club; she took art classes and she was most proud of her art and her acceptance into the Diamond State Branch of The National League of American Pen Women, Inc. She came to Wilmington in 1933 and her work life was varied from then on.
She first went to work as secretary for a dance studio and after that worked for Brandywine art, finally finding herself working at Hardcastle Art Shop and Gallery. Although Viola received very little formal education, she was proud to be credited with the equivalent of two years of college in her last employment at the Delaware State Hospital as a homemaking teacher. After retirement, she volunteered for more than 20 years at the State Hospital in the Blue Hen Shop and at Parkview Nursing Home, doing programs for patients. She was recognized for her volunteer spirit with a Volunteer of the Year award from the state Mental Health Association and from the then President and Mrs. Reagan. Although physically gone, Viola's spirit will live on in her family, art, poetry and her writings.
Viola's husband, James H. Smith, died in 1983.
She is survived by her daughter, S. Carla Pyle and her husband Jeff, of Odessa; a grandson, P. Jamie Pyle and his wife Patricia McGinn Pyle, of New Castle; and two great-grandchildren, Ryan James and Erin Allyson Pyle. Viola is also survived by her sister, Helen Carnevale, of Wilmington; and many nieces and nephews and their children and grandchildren.
A funeral service was held at R.T. Foard & Jones Funeral Home, Newark, on April 3. Burial was in Head of Christiana Cemetery.
The family requests that in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to the Women's Club of Odessa Scholarship Fund; or the Old St. Paul's Fund c/o the funeral home.
Jesse W. Samluk
Jesse W. Samluk of Wilmington died Wednesday, March 29, 2006. He was 88.
Mr. Samluk was a member of St. Anthony of Padua Parish since 1942. He was a member of the St. Anthony of Padua Holy Name Society and an usher at weekly masses. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and always honored his country. Mr. Samluk was the senior vice-president and director of the Colonial National Bank from 1950 until his retirement in 1983. During this time and after his retirement, he continued to serve on boards of banks and many non-profit organizations. Mr. Samluk began his political career in 1969 as Wilmington City Councilman-at-Large until 1976, and then served as Wilmington City Councilman of the 61st District from 1977 to 1984. By appointment of Gov. Sherman Tribbitt, Mr. Samluk served as Deputy Constable-at-Large for New Castle County for a term of four years. Through his efforts with the Delaware Legislature, U.S. 40, from the Maryland state line to the Memorial Twin Bridges, was renamed to Pulaski Highway, to honor the Revolutionary War General, Casmir Pulaski. To further honor his polish heritage, Mr. Samluk was responsible for changing the name of Cedar Hill School to Pulaski School and had a city park renamed after General Kosciuszko, another Revolutionary War hero.
Mr. Samluk was preceded in death by his wife, Matilda DelGrosso Samluk; his parents; two brothers; and four sisters. He is survived by his daughter, Rosanne S. Brandau and her husband Tim, of Wilmington; his son, John J. Samluk and his wife Mari, of Middletown; his beloved grandchildren, Jessica R. Kilmon, Marissa R. Samluk, Christina L. Samluk and Jesse P. Samluk; two sisters, Martha T. Samluk, of Wilmington, and Elizabeth S. Yasik, of Newark; and many nieces and nephews.
A Mass of Christian Burial was offered April 3 at St. Anthony of Padua Church, Wilmington. Interment was in Cathedral Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The Salvation Army, P.O. Box 308, Wilmington, DE 19899.
Martin R. Griesmeyer
Martin Robert “Bob” Griesmeyer of New Castle died on Thursday, March 30, 2006, at his sister Andrea’s home in Lewes, surrounded by his loving family. He was 79.
A Delaware native, Bob was born April 26, 1926, in Wilmington, son of the late Emil Irving Griesmeyer and Mary M. Reardon Griesmeyer. He joined the Navy when he was just 18 years old and proudly served his country during World War II aboard the battleship USS Texas. Bob graduated from the Eckels College of Mortuary Science in Philadelphia, Pa., at the age of 20, and later worked for the former Delmarva Power and Light Company for many years. He enjoyed 22 years of retirement living after concluding his career with DP&L. Bob was a longtime member of Our Lady of Fatima Parish in New Castle.
His wife, Imogene Largen Griesmeyer, died in 1993. He is survived by his stepson, Bruce Grady Johnson and his wife Michelle, of New Castle; five sisters, Mildred Lair and her husband Bill, of Sarasota, Fla., Alice Ann Wilkinson and her husband Nelson, of Lewes, Joan Prettyman, of Middletown, Marion Augustine and her husband Albert, of Media, Pa., and Andrea Ruff and her husband Frederick, of Lewes, with whom he was staying; companion, Virginia Ciancio, of Elsmere; three stepgrandchildren; and a host of nieces and nephews.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held at Our Lady of Fatima R.C. Church, New Castle. Interment was in Gracelawn Memorial Park, New Castle.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Our Lady of Fatima Parish, 801 N. DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE 19720; or to Delaware Hospice, Southern Division, 20167 Office Circle, Georgetown, DE 19947.
Edmund F. Jurga
Edmund F. Jurga of Syosset, N.Y., formerly of Shirley, Mass., died Saturday, March 25, 2006, at Rand Memorial Hospital in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, from injuries received in an automobile accident the previous day. He was 79.
Mr. Jurga was born Nov. 11, 1926, in Shirley, son of Ignatz and Marcella Wasileuskas Jurga, and had resided in New York for more than 50 years. Mr. Jurga was a 1944 graduate of Ayer High School and continued his education at Worcester Polytechnical Institute in Worcester. Mr. Jurga worked more than 40 years as an industrial engineer for the General Electric Company, retiring in 1987. He began his career in Schenectady, N.Y., in the international sales division. Four years later, he was transferred to New York City, where he finished his tenure in the domestic sales division.
During the Korean Conflict, Mr. Jurga served his country in the U.S. Army. His army assignments included the 18th Anti-Aircraft Unit. Mr. Jurga traveled extensively to places including Europe, China, the Orient and Alaska. He enjoyed spending winters at his home in Freeport, Bahamas and summering at Hampton Beach, N.H.
He was the husband of Mary Mildred Ryan Jurga, who died Sept. 1, 1994. Mr. Jurga is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Pamela A. Jurga and Bruce Bermel, of Middletown; two nieces, JoAnn Quigley, of Ayer, Mass., and Jacqui Jurga, of Fitchburg, Mass.; and a nephew, Peter Jurga, of Columbia, S.C. He also leaves several grandnieces and grandnephews. He was the brother of the late Joseph Jurga and Sophie Jurga, both of Shirley; and the cousin of the late John Jurga, also of Shirley.
The funeral service was held April 3 in Ayer, Mass.
Peter A. Scarponi
Peter A. Scarponi of Middletown passed away Thursday, March 30, 2006, at home, surrounded by his family. He was 87.
The youngest of the Scarponi children, Peter was born June 29, 1918, in Newark, N.J. Peter served in the U.S. Army European Theatre during World War II. Upon his honorable discharge from the service, Pete returned home to work for Safeway Markets in Newark, N.J. He came to Delaware in 1957 with his family. He was employed by the U.S. Postal Service, where he clerked and sorted at the Wilmington office and later at Hares Corner, retiring in the early ’80s. He was active at the Claymore Senior Center when he lived in north Wilmington, and at the Middletown Senior Center and Modern Maturity Center in Dover. He enjoyed playing cards and shooting pool with his friends. An avid photographer, Peter leaves his loved ones with many beautiful, cherished memories.
He was predeceased by his wife, Thora; and son, Mark. He is survived by his sister, Josephine Rizzolo, of Newark, N.J.; his daughters, Karen Rowe and her husband Christopher, with whom he lived, and Lauren Manerchia and her husband Mark; grandchildren, Elise and Christopher Rowe Jr. and Amanda, Nicholas, Max and Dante' Manerchia, all of Middletown. He is also survived by his companion of 15 years, Mary Kulas, of Middletown. He leaves many nieces and nephews in New Jersey.
A funeral service will be held Thursday, April 6, at 11 a.m., at the McCrery Funeral Home, 3924 Concord Pike, Wilmington. Interment will be in Silverbrook Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Greenpeace, 702 H St. NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20001.
Robert K. Bupp
Robert K. Bupp of Middletown, formerly of Penn Acres, died Friday, March 31, 2006. He was 86.
Mr. Bupp was born in Wilmington on Nov. 3, 1919, son of the late Curtis G. Bupp Sr. of Jacobus, Pa., and Helen Pauline Kooch Bupp of Wilmington. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he was stationed in the European Theatre with the 106th Infantry Division and served his country bravely in the Battle of the Bulge. Mr. Bupp was the president of Sheet Metal Contracting Company, retiring in 1991 after a 52-year career. A devout Catholic, he was an active member of Our Lady of Fatima parish, where he served both on the parish council and as a church trustee. He was also one of the first Eucharistic Ministers in the parish, a member of the Holy Name Society and a member of Our Lady of Fatima Council No. 11469, Knights of Columbus. For many years, Mr. Bupp coached in the Suburban Little League.
His beloved wife of 49 years, Eileen Forrest Bupp, died in 1993. He was also preceded in death by three siblings, Curtis G. Bupp Jr., Pauline Fry and Ann Elliott. He is survived by five children, Diane Bupp Sheridan and her husband Mark, of Taylor Lake Village, Texas, Stephen R. Bupp and his wife Georgia, of Ellicott City, Md., Richard F. Bupp and his wife Donna, of Port Matilda, Pa., Jeffrey P. Bupp and his wife Bonnie, of Landenberg, Pa., and Kathy Bupp Thomas and her husband Evan, of Middletown, with whom he lived; a sister, Henrietta Connell, of Rotunda, Fla.; nine grandchildren, Staci Bupp Mathews and her husband Kyle, of Jacksonville, Fla., Derek Bupp and his wife Sarah, of Brooklyn, N.Y., Elizabeth Sheridan LeBlanc and her husband Joseph, of Ft. Collins, Col., Justin Thomas and his wife Angela, of Elkton, Md., Bryan Bupp of Annapolis, Md., Matthew Bupp of Landenberg, Pa., Ryan Thomas of Middletown, Desiree Bupp of Port Matilda, Pa. and Stephanie Bupp of Landenberg, Pa.; and four great-grandchildren, Jake and Sydney Mathews, Abigail LeBlanc and Emily Bupp.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, April 6, at Our Lady of Fatima Church, 801 N. Dupont Parkway, New Castle. Interment will follow in All Saints Cemetery, 6001 Kirkwood Highway, Wilmington.
Contributions may be made to Our Lady of Fatima Education Fund, 801 N. DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE 19720.
Howard W. Gropp
Howard William Gropp of Wilmington passed away Saturday, April 1, 2006. He was 65.
He graduated from P.S. DuPont High School in 1958, and served in the U.S. Navy until 1962. He retired from The Hotel DuPont in 1997 after 30 years of dedicated service. He was a member of Lafayette Lodge No. 14.
Howard is survived by his three children, Kimberly of Wilmington, Jeffrey of Bear, and Jonathan of Middletown; and two grandchildren.
A memorial service was held April 5 at Chandler Funeral Home, Wilmington. The burial was private.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 92 Read's Way, New Castle, DE 19720; or to Delaware Hospice, 3515 Silverside Road, Wilmington, DE 19810.
Mariane (Baker) Colyar
Marianne Baker Colyar of Middletown and Kenton, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Monday, March 26, 2007. She was 76.
Mrs. Colyar was the daughter of the late Lewis and Kathryn Baker.
She was employed for 17 years by Bell Telephone Co. and worked and retired from The Delaware Hospital for the Chronically Ill in Smyrna.
Mrs. Colyar was an avid reader and loved gardening and raising flowers.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond Colyar; and a daughter, Sharon R. McCorkle.
She is survived by two sons and two daughters-in-law, Terry and Kay Baker and Raymond and Chris Colyar Jr, all of Townsend; three daughters and two sons-in-law, Kathryn Baker and Scott Demarest of Laurel, Kelly and Jim Penix of Laurel and Michelle Eldreth of Elizabethton, Tenn.; two sisters and a brother-in-law, Dorothy and Travis Manning of Millington, Md., and Kathleen Langley (Tomlinson) of Newark; a brother and a sister-in-law, George H. and Franny Baker of Townsend; 18 grandchildren, Lewis, Jon, Tara, Michael, Loretta, Billy, Christina, Nicole, Sharon, Danielle, Joshua, Cody, Cory, Stacy, Wesley, Matthew, Amy and Katie; and three great-grandchildren, Kaylee, Tyler and Taylor; and a great-grandchild on the way.
A private service was held on March 31 at St Paul’s United Methodist Church, Odessa.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to Shriners Nur Temple, 198 South Dupont Highway, New Castle, DE 19720; or to Vietnam Vets of America Chapter 83.