MORNING STAR • AUGUST 14 - 20, 2008
People Jayden Trout born June 14
Cummings and Harris plan to be married in October Jessica D. Cummings of Seaford and Michael F. Harris Jr. of Bridgeville announce their engagement. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Danny and Donna Cummings of Seaford. Her grandparents are Herb and Doris Cummings, Seaford, J. Donald Parsons, Dagsboro, and the late Vera Parsons. She is a graduate of Seaford High School, class of 2005, and works at Harrington Raceway and Casino. The groom to be is the son of Michael F. Harris Sr. and Brenda MarQuess, both of Hurlock, Md. His grandparents are the late Betty Happersepp and the late Joan Williamson, Federalsburg, Md. He is a
Gary Trout and Beverly Watson of Seaford announce the birth of their son, Jayden Carter Trout on June 14, at 9:06 a.m., at Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Salisbury. He weighed 8.6 pounds and was 21 inches long. His maternal grandparents are Bob and Valerie Watson of Laurel and his paternal grandparents are Barry and Gina Barker of North Port, Fla. His great-grandparents are George and Hazel Hudson of Delmar, Md., Eugene and Pauline Burris of Laurel and Charlotte Noble of Fruitland, Md. Jessica D. Cummings and Michael F. Harris Jr.
graduate of Colonel Richardson High School, Federalsburg, and works for Solo Cup. An Oct. 25 wedding is planned.
Southern Del. Choral Society has new executive director Gail Launay is the new executive director of the Southern Delaware Choral Society. The Rehoboth Beach resident began her position on July 1. As owner of Launay Consulting, Launay specializes in working with human service agencies and organizations and has done so at the local, state and national levels. She is vice chairwoman of the
Delaware Human Relations Commission and is in the Governor’s Council on Equal Employment Opportunity. She also serves on the board of directors for the First State Community Action Agency and is a member of the Village Improvement Association of Rehoboth Beach. She is a graduate of Rowan University with a bachelor's degree in speech, theater and dance.
Jayden Carter Trout
Dickerson named new chairman of advisory committee Robert E. Dickerson has been named chairman of the Southern Delaware Advisory Committee (SDAC) of the Delaware Community Foundation, a nonprofit organization that manages charitable funds and awards grants to nonprofits to benefit Delawareans. Dickerson One of the SDAC’s founding members, Dickerson serves as administrator of the town of Selbyville, a post he accepted
soon after retiring from a 35-year career in banking. Dickerson was president of the Selbyville-based Baltimore Trust Company for many years before its acquisition by Mercantile Peninsula Bank; there he served as executive vice president until his retirement in 2007. A lifelong resident of Sussex County, he resides in Williamsville with his wife, Jackie. They have two grown children and one grandchild. To learn how you can start a fund through the advisory council, contact Hugh D. Leahy Jr. at 302-856-4393 or visit www.delcf.org.
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