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   Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - November 17, 1982, Syracuse, New York                               c-a A Syracuse Nov. Florence E. Larkin 4 Florence E. of Erie died yesterday at Commu- nity-General Hospital after a brief illness. She was a life resident of Syra- cuse and retired as a secretary with Ahe Pass Seymour Co. in Solvay. Mrs. Larkin was a member of Ro- binson Memorial United Presbyte- rian the Fort Brewerton Chapter Order of the Eastern and the Hazard Library Club. Surviving are her Max- a Marilyn Ruesch of two Donald of Liverpool and George a Helen two and several nephews and cousins. Services will be tomorrow at 11 at the Greenleaf Funeral Home. Burial will be in North Syra- cuse Cemetery. Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. Mrs. W. L. Bonkowska Mrs. Wladyslawa Lottie Bon- kowska of 124 Lakeview died yesterday in a local nursing home. She was born in Poland and lived lin Syracuse most of her life. Mrs. was a communicant of tSacred Heart Roman Catholic Church. Surviving are two Helen and Jane Zysk of a Richard Bakowski of seven grandchildren and four Services will be Friday at Ia.iiL at Giininski-Wysocki Funeral and a.m. in Sacred Heart I Church where the Monsi- Ignor Adolph A. Kantor will offer a -mass. Burial will be in Sacred Heart -Cemetery. Callig hours are 2 to 4 'ZaridTto 9 p.m. tomorrow. Contribu- tions may be made to Sacred Heart renovation fund. Margaret B. Mullaly B. of fLbretto Geriatric formerly rj6fJBaldwinsvillef died yesterday in Community-General Hospital after a short illness. She was a native of City and lived in Albany 17 years where she was employed by the State Education Depart- Surviving are a Mar- garet of a Jerome of a sister. Bertha Traeger of North arid several nieces and nephews. rr- A mass will be offered Friday at Loretto Geriatric Center chapel by the Rev. Wilfred Evans at 10 a.m. Burial will be Saturday in St Jo- seph's N.Y. Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 TXiii. tomorrow at Loretto Geria- tric Center Chapel Ryan Funeral is in charge of arrangements. Earl K. Holton Sr. Earl K. of 7785 Barber who djpdJMtonday at St Joseph's Hospi- will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Cites Funeral Baldwins- ville. Burial will be in Chase Ceme- Ly sander. Calling hours are 7 to 9 p.m. to- morrow. Mr. Holton was a native of Grandby and had. resided in Bald- winsville for many years. i He retired from the American Can Co. in Geneva. Mr. Holton was a member of the Independent Order of and was a former officer of the Sal- vation Army. .'Surviving are his the former Estelle a Earl K. Jr. of a Mrs. Daryl Ryan of and seven grandchildren. Esther L. Miller Esther L. of 7767 Os- wego died yester- day at St Joseph's Hospital. She was a life resident of the town of Clay and was a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church of Clay. Surviving are a Elwyn W. banning of a Mrs. Floyd E. Linn of and sev- eral nieces and nephews. Services will be Friday at 11 a.m. at the Maurer Funeral Li- the Rev. Roy Hansen officiating. Burial will be in Pine Plains Clay. Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m-tomorrow. Contributor may be made to the Moyers Corners Fire t Ambulance Fund. Emma killed by aut funeral services Friday An 83-year-old town of Onondaga woman died yesterday after she was struck by a car in front of her according to sheriff's depu- ties. Deputies said Emma R. of 3897 Split Rock was pro- nounced dead at Community-Gen- eral Hospital shortly after the p.m. accident. The driver of the Elizabeth M. of 4455 Cedarvale told Deputy J.K. Stepien she was westbound on Split Rock Road when the pedestrian suddenly ap- peared in front of her. Mahle said she was unable to stop the car be- fore striking the woman. Deputies said they have not been able to determine whether Bell was crossing the road or walking along its side. who has not been charged in connection with the also was taken to Community-Gen- eral Hospital where she was treated for deputies said. Services will be Friday at at the Harold E. Hoare Funeral and at 9 in St Cecilia's Catholic Solvay. Burial will be in White Chapel Memory DeWitt. Calling hours are tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. She was a life resident of the Syracuse area and retired from Lipe Roliway in 1962 after 18 where she was a cook. Miss Bell was a member of the West Side Senior Citizens. Surviving are two Mary Molanare and Helen both of and several nieces and nephews. W.H. Chapman dies at former Manlius Mart owner Wilbur H. of Man- lius and Winter died yesterday at West Orange rial Hospital in Winter Garden where he had a winter home. A native of Delphi he lived in Manlius 50 years. He for- merly owned the Manlius Mart Shopping Center. Mr. Chapman was a member of Oran Community Helen B. Wrobleski Helen B. of Salt Springs died yester- day at Crouse-Irving Memorial Hos- pital after a long illness.. She was a native of Utica and had resided in Manlius for eight years. Mrs. Wrobleski was a member of St Patrick's Catholic Chit- tenango. Surviving are her Jo- a David of two Walter and Charles both of two sis- Mary Kucharzyk of Vernon and Martha Pavolovich of New York and a grandchild Ser vices will be tomorrow at 9 am. at the Bruce G. Deppoiiti Fu- neral and at aJm. in St Patrick's the Rev. Richard Morisette officiating. Burial will be in St. Agnes Ceme- Chittenango. Calling hours are 7 to 9 p.m. today. Stella B. McLaughlin Steila'Bentley of formerly of Skanea-' yesterday at her home in Wiiliamsville. She had retired as a secretary with Bentley and Thomas Motor Skaneateies. McLaughlin was -the widow of James R. McLaughlin who died in 1962. He was Skaneateies Village Clerk. She was born in Skaneateies. Mrs. McLaughlin was a member of First Presbyterian Skan- Home and the American Legion Auxiliary of Ro- bert J. Hydon Post 239. Surviving are a Ann Kranock of and four grandchildren. Graveside services Will be Friday at p.m. in Lake- view Skaneateies. There are no calling hours. Con- tributions may be made to SAVES Skaneateies. Robert D. Gray Funeral Home of is in charge of arrang- ments. William E. Stanley William E. of 4870 Juneway died Monday in a local nursing home. He was a retired builder and had been affiliated with Liverpool Lumber Co. Mr. Stanley was a na- tive of Oswego. He lived in the Li- verpool area most of his life. Surviv- ing are two William of Vt.f and Richard of two Jean M. Stanley of and Barbara A. Cavallo of two Robert and both of a Helen Van- Buren of and nine grand- children. Services will be tomorrow at am. at Maurer Funeral Li- and at 9 in Immaculate Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Liverpool. Burial will be in St Paul's Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm today. For Patient Care in the Home PHARMACIES I SALES A lull line coioslorny Jar patient and orthoped in the Gtneste 488-5491 the each keep abtcnl wf the Oneida Lake Region An- tique Car and Fayetteville- Mantius Rod and Gun Club. Surviving are his Doreta Smith a Bar- bara Snyder of a Phi- lip Tray nor of a Lawrence Chapman of. four and a Howard Chapman of On- eida. Services will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Oran Community the the Rev. Wenona Homer officiating. Burial will be in Ever- green Cazenovia. Calling hbuw at Eaton- Tubbs Fu- neral are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday. Contributions may be made to Oran Community Church. Gerald E. Harris Gerald E. of 164 Martin died yesterday in the Veterans Administration Medical Center after a long illness. He was plant manager of Tpissell Manufacturing Co. in Poughkeepsie for 10 ytars and for the past 11 years was em- ployed by McMillan Book Co. Mr. Harris had lived in Syracuse 11 years. He was torn in Anandale and lived in Pleasant Valley 15 years. He served in World War n and the Korean War. He was a member of Syracuse Post American Legion. Surviving are his Rosemarie Fisher two Airman First Class Dwayne E. Wright-Patterson Air Force and two Tina and his Florence Harris of Pleasant a Barbara and two step-grand- children. Services will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Pirro and Sons Funeral the Rev. Peter Suarez officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Ceme- tery. Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9p.m. fill i EvaHerscha Eva 75. of Brighton 821 E. Brighton died today in Community-General Hos- pital after a long illness. She had been a waitress at Hotel Syracuse for many years. Mrs. Herscha was a life resident of Syracuse. She was a communi- cant of St Michael's Roman Catho- lic Church of Onondaga Hill. Surviving are two daughters. Louise Zasly of Onondaga and Carol Nellis of two. Donald and both of Syra- two Mary Zimmerman and Anna Melillo. both of a Matthew Namishia of eightgrandchidren and a great-grandchild. Services will be Friday at a time to be announced at St. Michael's Onondaga Hill. Burial will be in St. John's Geddes. Calling hours are2to4and7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at Macko Funeral Home. may be made to American Cancer Syra- cuse. WORK SHOES SMALL Ernst T. Schaefer Ernst T. of 4827 McDonald died today in munity-General Hospital. He retired in 1949 after 26 years with Derby Foods of Swift and Ca Mr. Schaefer was born in On- eida County and lived in Syracuse most of his life. He was a member of Hm wood Presbyterian and an honor- ary life elder of the church. He was named man of the year in 1976 by the church. He was active in the work of Boy Scouts of America for more than 40 years. He received the Silver Beaver Award for scout work. He wasamember of Syracuse Men's Garden Club of America. He was formerly a member of Syracuse Lodge 501 of the Masonic Order. Surviving are a Mrs. Grant Lewis of three grandchildren and four grandchildren. Private services will be at the convenience of the the Charles A- Van Dyne officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Ceme- tery. Calling hours at Fairchild and Meech Syracuse chapel are 2 to 4 p.m. tomorrow. Contributions may be made to Boy Scouts of America Hiawatha Council Inc. or the memo- rial fund of Eifflwood Presbyterian Elizabeth R. Hickey Elizabeth R. Hickey. of 111 N. Woodland died yesterday at Slate University Hos- pital after a long illness. She was a native of Montgomery County and was the daughter of the late Louis and Ruth Mahr Darrow. Mrs. Hickey was employed as an jsembler at the Lamson Corp. She was a member of the Curry- town Reformed Church. Surviving are a Mrs. Ed- ward Null of three an and a cousin. Services will be tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Lena Funeral 69 Otsego the Rev. Gerald pastor of the Curry- town Reformed officiating. Burial will be in Canajoharie Falls Cemetery. Calling hours are today from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Lenz Funeral Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or to the Currytown Reformed Church. Frasier-Shepardson Funeral Home has charge of local arrange- ments. Patricia Cook Patricia of for- merly of died Tuesday irf St. New HartfordShe was studying in the Empire State College external degree program in Utica. Mrs. Cook was born in Syracuse. She is survived by her John E. and her mother Mrs. TheralCbok. She wasActive in the programs of Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts of America She and her husband had established Scout day camp for Hiawatha Boy Scouts of She had lived in Roches- ter and had resided in Clinton seven years.-.. She is survived her John Cooker Mrs. Theral Cooky a a both of and a Mrs. William Duggleby of Buffalo. Services will be tomorrow 11 a.m. at Clinton Stone Presbyte- rian Church. Calling Jiburs at Owens Funeral are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. Gladys M. Tucker Gladys M. of 4291 Virgo died last night at home after a long illness. ShewasbominKnowlesvilleand had resided in Liverpool for eight years. Surviving are two Percy Enoch Tucker of and Robert L. with whom she a John Decker of seven andtwo great-grandchildren. Services will be tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the Maurer Funeral the Rev. Gerald A. of St Matthew's Episcopal officiating. Burial wm be in Riverview Ceme- Baldwinsville. Calling hours are 10 to 11 a.m. to- morrow before services. Contributions may be made to the Moyers Corners Fire Department Ambulance i tonTJL i Milton of 201 Kel- logg died yesterday at State University Hospital. He retired from Carrier Corp. in 1967 after 30 years with the firm. Mr. Steckel was a native of Allen- and Uved in Syracuse most of his life Surviving are his three Milton of Donald of and Joseph of East two Eliz- abeth Kolakowski of and Honora Rose Desautels of Massa- two Joseph and four Anna and all of 16 grandchildren and six great-grand- children. Services will be Friday 8 a.ntat Bordynski-Hollis Funeral Home. and at 9 at St Joseph's Chapel of the Church of the Most Holy Rosary where a mass will be celebrated by the Monsignor Robert F. Laviit Burial will be in St Agnes Ccalling hours are2to4and7to9 P.OL tomorrow. Antoinette UsandreUi Antoinette of 297 Norwood died yesterday at her home She was a native of Utica and had lived in Syracuse several years. Mrs. Lisandrelli attended Pente- costal Christian Assembly Church. Surviving are two daughters. Marie and Ro- salie Rice of a Pa- irick of a Rocco Sin- isgalli of five and two great Services wiube tomorrow p.m. at Pirro and Sons Funeral the Rev. Francis Foti offi- ciating. Burial will be in Calvary Utica. Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to p.m. tomorrow. Tom Panto Word has been received of the death of Tom Panto erf Nov. 5 in Baltimore. He was a musician. He was bom m Syracuse. Services and burial were con- ducted in Baltimore. Surviving are hte HaWa Zie- ge3 a James F. a Annette three sw- Conni Sartorio and Rosemary both of and Mary Slefanski of and four Joseph of Car- men of y Norman of CaBi- and John Panto of Balti- more. Dr. McCarthyBrough practiced medicine 50 years Dr. Marguerite McCarthy-Brough of 1811 w. Genesee died today in a local extended care she was engaged in medical practice SO years in the Syracuse area. Dr. McCarthy-Brough worked in a downtown free clinic for many years. She was a pioneer in allergy research in the 1930s and 40s. She wrote many articles on the subject. She co-authored a book on allergy practice was devoted to children and families. She was of medicine at the Syracuse University College of Medicine. Dr. McCarthy-Brough was a pio- neer in operating an outreach clinic for women and children in Solvay and the town of Geddes. Dr. McCarthy-Brough was a communi- cant of St. Brigid and St. Joseph Church. She was a member of the Corinthian Sorqptimisti and waspresJdent of the Women's Medi- cal Society. Surviving are her Ber- tram J. and several nieces and and grand-nieces and grand-nephews. Services Will be Friday at a.m. at John Tindall Funeral and at 10 at St. Brigid and St Joseph Church. Burial will be in St. Mary's DeWitt Calling hours are 2 to 4 arid 7 to 9 p.m. to- morrow. i Joint memorial service f for Mr. and Mrs. Keeler Joint memorial services will 1 1 a.m. tomorrow in St Luke's Epis- copal 5402 W. Genesee for Rosemary E. who died Sunday of an and her hus- Clinton R. Keeler of 116 Hilgert who died yesterday K _ __________ Areit Kimm-Biefeld Services for Aren Joehua Kijnm- of 1134 Lancaster who was pronounced dead on arrival Monday in St Joseph's Hos- were held today at May Me- morial Unitarian Society. Burial will be in Maple Grove Aren was the son of Robert Ellis Kimm and Rebecca Also sur- viving are Emma Lorelei Biefeld Mr.and Mrs. Lawrence Biefeld of paternal Mr. and Mrs. Chester C. Kimm of Wash. Contributions may be made to Aren Joshua Kimm-Biefeld Memo- rial care of May Memorial Unitarian Society. Greenleaf Fu- neral Home is in charge or arrange- in Crouse-Irving Memorial Hospital after an illness. There are no calling hours. Contributions may be made to Taunton Volunteer Fire Depart- ment Mr. Keeler was a life resident of Syracuse.'He was employed by King and King Architects. He was a 1928 graduate of Syracuse Univer- sity. Surviving is a Clinton R. Keeler ffl. Gaynor-Maslyn Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements of arrangements. i i Maj. James Cripps A special memorial service will be held Saturday morning in Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church in for Maj. James Ma- rine who was killed in a plane crash Oct 10 near the Philippines. Maj. Cripps was a former football player at Syracuse University from 1962 to 1961 He was pilot oh a training mission when the plane crashed. Surviving are his four Amy and all of Laurel S.C. DEATHS ALEXANDER Mrs. Lillian 10 of Rolling Trtiltr ElbridM. November Survival by haf husband a son Ro- bart E. a Mrs. Martha four grand- thraa graat-grand- chllran. Punaral strvfcts 11 a.m. Gatas Fu- naral BaldwlnsvIHa. Burial Cortland Rural etary..Calling hours a to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. BROWN Mrs. Sarah of Nov. Iftt. Surviving are Franc I a and thrae Mrt NaHla MISS Norma Brown and Mrs. Re- becca 31 grandchil- several great-grand- two Services 2 p.m. Thursday Tywr-Travb Funeral Chittenango. Burial Perry- ville Cemetery. Cajling hours Wednesday2to4afid7 to 9 p.nv William J. iff off 74 Cheshire Liverpool. Formally of 211 Klmberty Camillas. November 1tl2. Survived by two daughters Theresa M. Brown and Mrs. Monica a son William P. a granddaughter Klmberiy Anne sev- eral nieces and nephews. Services a.m. Thursday from Whelan Bros. Funeral W a.m. Holy Family Falrmount. Inter- ment st. Mary of the Lake Skaneateies. Friends may can at 3H W. Onondaga Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9p.m. Itev of flowers may be made to the Upstate N.V. Chapter for Multiple m W. Jefferson COUGHUN Bennett F. 55 of west Shore Jamas- villa. November 1992. Survived by his wife Mrs. Barbara CougMhw two sons Joseph and Ms fa- ther Philip F. two brothers Or. P. Richard Coughlin and Or. Edmund B. several nieces and nephews. Ser- vices Thursday 9 ajn. at the Eafoft-Tubto Puonri 931 a.m. at St. Marys Churdb JamesvWe. t. Marys Ceme- may wednasvay from 2 to 4 7to9p.m.Contribvtiom may be made to me James- vine Fire Department. GUTTY Hoyt C. Wost -_ _ _ -_ __ A IfM rctirao at Fishor Body of Gtntral Motorv Syracust. He is svrvtvad by hb wi ft Donna ffirao sons of a brothor two sistors Shinty Svmann and Cthoi Swott- savtral nitcts. Friday 11 ajn. at tha Union Settlement West Monrat. Frttads mty cafl Thursday S. Main Sajvaro.. to Scriba Lodgo Mrs. ttstmnry IW MiTJtTf 19fl. by her huiband a son OHn ton atvtrai Me- morial strvicts 11 ste W.There win be 00 can- may fnade to The Tttmton Depart- IT Hjjjtft fteve-meeT f9eT. tf e soti CHrH There wWI ee be irnadt to volunteer F4rt DEATHS Flo re net E. 71 of Erit Svraeuftt. No- .vembtr HW. vod by her husband- Marilyn two Georoe and Donald a sister Mrs. Helen two grandchildren Karen and David several nephews and cous- ins. .Funeral services at n a.m. Thursday at the Green- leaf Funeral Home. ment North Syracuse Ceme- tery. Friends may all at 503 W. Onondaaa St. Wednes- day from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Conrlbutions may be made to Robinson Memorial Church Fund. MAUEY ANTHONY J. of MW James St. on. Mon- November IMt Sur- vived by his wife Carol Traino Ma I two sons Marcus and Claudius Mal- a daughter Uydta Mel- mother Mrs. Carmela Nfgro two sisters Mrs. Rose Scharnaoie and Mrs. Dorothy two grandchildren Cassan- dra and Thaddeus Ma I several nieces and neph- ews-Funeral services Thurs- day a.m. from the FAfcOHE AND SON INC. FUNERAL 1500 PARK end fc4ft a.m. In St. Peter's Church. Burial Assumption Cemetery. Call- Irw hours Wednesday from 7 to 4 and 7 to f p.m. Contribu- tions may be made to McDonald House on c. Gen- esee St. MURPHY Mrs. Sonnle of Levitt TOWIL IfeT She Is survived by her Donald Mufjphy formerly of Skaneateies and her George Services and burial win be at the convenience of the Snb Mrs. MaroarttM. son of llJVJctorla Novombor Survlvtd bv fivo daughters Honrtotta Edna Dorothy Madalalno Gay and Baanor son Francis 11 U groat-grandchil- dron. Funtral sarvioas tJi a.m. Thursday at mo fioM Funaral t a.m. tn nit Cathodral at tha tm- NI0M 51 ffuncrw day fromj to 4 p.m. and T 10 9 Ernst T. Schaaf of McDonald Ho- vtmbar Iftt. Survivtd by a tfavfhttr Mrs. Grant Patar Tarry A. and Martha S. four CMT1M A. VMI m w 4 ft flit Mtmtrial 3 BURAMCH t Son4 Inc. BUTLER4AOMAN JOHN Q. WC DEATHS STAMiY William E. 4170 Juneway Dr. Liver- N.Y. November WC. Survived by two sons William and Richard Stan- two Jean M. Stanley and Barbara A. Ca- ve two brothers Robert and Paul a sister Helen nine several nieces end nephews. Ser- vices a.m. Maurer Funeral Li- 9 a.m. immaculate Heart of Mary Li- verpool. Interment St. Paul's Oswego. Friends may call Wednes- day from 2 to. 4 and 7 to 9 p.m STVHOIS Mrs. Htten M. SttphMS. formtrly of ftriohton Ave. Novtmbtr K WB. Sur- vived by nftct Mrs. Mrvt Smith a nephtw Jack Tyler. Funeral ser- vices f Per- B arson Funeral orth the Rev. John Lave officiating. Bur- ial Woodlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the fu- neral home Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to f w Mrs. Gladys M. 491 Li vtpool. No- vtmbtr mz. Survlvtd by two Ptrcy Enoch and Robtrt a brotbtf John Doctor orontf- two cniMrtn. 11 a.m. Mauror Funoral Homo. tho Rov. Gtrald A. officiating. Intoffnont RlvorvMvf SaWwfntvilfc. Frlonds maycaH Thursday from 10 to 11 a.m. Contribu- may bo madt to tht Mows Ftrt parimtnt Ambulanct Fund. Funatsl Inc. FAROME SON. INC SHEPAROSON ant GANG MEMORIAL CHAPa Inc. JOHN TINOALL MAURER PIRRO INC. 209 W. Tfwb Funarrf Inc. WELTER-PRICE WHELAN BROS. INC 4714911   

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