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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 2006, Syracuse, New York iday, March OBITUARIES Mary Rose Gentile 9, 2006 Mary Rose Gentile, 57, was a life resident of Syracuse. She was employed many years as a nurse's aide with Personalized Care Nursing Services. She is survived by a brother, Fred Gentile; two aunts; several nieces and nephews. Services will be private. GANG MEMORIAL CHAPEL Antoinette M. Daino March 22, 2006 Antoinette M. Daino, 93, of Syracuse, passed away Wednesday, March 22, 2006. Born in Columbus, OH, Anto- inette moved to Syracuse as a child. She was retired from General Mo- tors. Antoinette was very active in earlier years in many of the clubs and organizations asso- ciated with her beloved "Our Lady of Pompei" church. She is predeceased by her husband, Anthony. Survivors: Her daughter, Anne-Marie Lavelle of Laconia, NH; son, David A. Daino of Syr- acuse; sister, Josephine Pelle- tier of Portsmouth, VA; several cousins, nieces and nephews; great-nieces and nephews and stepgrandchildren. Services will be held at FA- RONE SON Funeral Home on Monday, March 27, 2006 from 10 to 11 a.m. with burial to fol- low at St. Agnes Cemetery. A memorial mass will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, April 26, 2006 at Our Lady of Pompei Church. Contributions: may be made to Pace CNY Loretto, 700 E. Brighton Ave., Syracuse, NY 13205. FARONE SON FUNERAL HOME 1500 PARK ST. Four Generations of Funeral Directors Phyllis Casano Beagle March 24, 2006 Phyllis Casano Beagle, 74 of Auburn. Surviving: her hus- band Robert of 56 years, Dtr Dee Beagle and son Kevin Bea- gle. Services will be held noon, Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorial contribution American Heart or Diabetes of CNY. Heieck-Pelc Funeral Home, 42 E. Genesee St., Auburn. John A. Fritz Sr. March 24, 2006 John A. "Fritzy Fritz Sr, 51, of Mattydale, passed away Fri- day at St. Joseph's Hospital. John was born in Dubuque, Io- wa and has lived in the Syr- acuse area for the past 25 years. He re- tired from Southern Con- tainer after sev- eral years as a professional'truck driver. He enjoyed fishing. He was prede- ceased by his father, Harvey in 1998 and by his brother, Gary in 1949. Survivors include his wife of 23 years, the former Susan Meyers; his daughters, Jill Fritz of Wisconsin and Nicole (Dave) Klmber of Mattydale; his son, John Jr. of Mattydale; his grandchildren Michael and Alyssa; his mother, Gwendolyn Fritz of Iowa; his sisters: Bev McCollough, Mary Peterson, Donna (Paul) Brown and Karen Fritz, all of Iowa; and several nieces and nephews. Calling hours will be Monday, 5 to 8 p.m. at Carter Funeral Home, 1604 Grant Blvd. Ser- vices will be Tuesday, a.m. at the funeral home, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. In St. Margaret's Church, Mattydale. Burial will follow In Woodlawn Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the American Kidney Fund. Dannel M. Horr March 23, 2006 Dannel M. Horr, 58, of 27 Cortland St., Homer passed away on March 23, 2006 in the Cortland Regional Medical Center. Services: 7 p.m. Mon- day at the Donald L. Barber Fu- neral Home, 5016 N. Main St., Homer. Calling hours on Mon- day from 5 p.m. until the time of the service. Contributions: Homer Fire Department, PO Box 58, Homer, NY 13077 or TLC Emergency Medical Ser- vices, 638 Burnet Ave., Syra- cuse, NY 13203._____________ Joseph B. LaFrate March 23, 2006 Joseph B. LaFrate, 87, a resi- dent of Syracuse, died Thurs- day. He was born in Jamesvilie and served as a paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne during World War Two. While In the Army, he participated In D-Day, the Invasion of Italy, received two Purple Hearts, the Bronze and Silver Stars, and awards from four European nations. Mr. LaFrate retired from Shields and Grouse, was a communicant of St. Vincent de- Paul Church, a member of the American Legion, an artist, and was an avid golfer who be- longed to Drumlins Country Club for over 51 years. He is pre-deceased by his wife Mary Etta LaFrate, and sisters: Anne and Virginia LaFrate. He is survived by his daugh- ters: Mary Ann (Dennis) Kenne- dy of Ohio, Patricia (Robert) Barth of Manllus; sister: Viola Contl of East Syracuse; grand- children: Kelly, Kara, Bobby; three great-grandchildren; and several nieces. Funeral services are Mon- day at 9 a.m. at Goddard-Cran- dall-Shepardson Funeral Home and in St. Vincent dePaul Church. Burial Is in Woodlawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Virginia LaFrate Scholar- ship Fund, St. Vincent de- Daul Church, 342 Vino Street, Syracuse 13203. Please sign the guest book at Marcia A. Lenkiewicz March 17, 2006 Marcia Agrlppino Lenkiewicz, 71, of Tonawanda, New York, passed away Friday, March 17, 2006. Born in Syracuse she was a resident of Tonawanda for the last 40 years. She is predeceased by her parents, Nicholas and Cosima Agrlp- pino; and her brother, Placido Agrippino. Survivors: Her husband, Stanley; daughter, Cynthia (Dave) Polek of New York City; son, Mark Lenkiewicz of Atlan- ta, Georgia; sister, Mary Mangi- no of Syracuse; brother, Antho- ny Agrippino of Syracuse. Funeral services where held Monday, March 20 at St. Ed- munds Church and entomb- ment was in Mt. Olivet Ceme- tery both in Tonawanda. Memorial services will be held at a later date In Syracuse. Contributions: Gynecologi- cal Cancer Foundation, 230 West Monroe, Suite 2528, Chi- cago, IL 60606. FARONE SON FUNERAL HOME 1500 PARK ST. Four .Generations of Funeral Directors LOCAL NEWS Four hurt in collision involving city police car By Robert A. Baker Staff writer Hie other car as Jimmy Matos, 17. of 630 Gifford St., Syracuse. Four people were taken to the Matos suffered a scrape lo his hospital early Saturday after a forehead and complained of head crash between it Syracuse police pain, police said. Maria cruiser and another car. Rentas, 22, a passenger in Two officers in the cruiser Matos' car, suffered a collapsed were driving south in the 1000 'n mc crash, police said, block of South Geddes Street Police did not have an address when a car heading north on the for Rentas. street made a left turn in front of Ryan suffered minor back and the police car, according to po- leg injuries and Staub had a cut lice reports. The crash was re- to his head and injured his right ported at a.m. arm, police said. Officers Sean Ryan and Ore- All four were taken to Univer- gory Staub were in the cruiser, sity Hospital, where Renlas was which was heading to a call admitted. The others were ex- when the collision occurred, po- peeled to be treated and released, lice said. Police did not say Sat- police said, urday whether the cruiser's The police investigation into emergency lights and siren were the accident is continuing. ._ Robert A. Baker can be reached at Police identified the driver of bbakorasyracuse.comoral470-2182. Richard P. Kuss Obituaries of (lie week are listed by publication date. For tho complete text ol previously published obituaries go to Saturday, March 18 BAXTER, John R., 41 Mexico BRIZZI, Richard J., 89 Syracuse DURGEE, Suzanne Shaw, 64, Marcellus DYDYK, Alex, 87 Syracuse FARNETT, Michael, 87 Camlllus GREEN, Frederick N., Sr., 65, Parish KEOUGH, Evelyn T., 92 McDonough MARINACOIO, Rachel A. Norlh Syracuse SABATINI, Lucy V., 82 Syracuse SCHUMACHER, Robert T., 48, Liverpool SMITH, E. Otis 81 lully WALDRON, Henrietta 77 Central Square Sunday, March 19 ANDREWS III, Bernard Joseph, Edgewood, MD ANTHONY, Lucy R., infant Syracuse BROWN, Anna Y., 92 Oswego BURNS, Mary Ellen, 81 Fayetteville CALLETTO, Mary, 84 Red Creek CROSBY. Jessie, 94 Syracuse CROWELL, Earlo Albert. 80, Douglasville, GA DELOSH, James J., 47 Syracuse DIGNEY. Beryl R., 96 Fayetteville DYDYK, Alex, 87 Syracuse FARMER, Bernard J. Syracuse HAHHELL, William "BUI- M., 80, Auburn GREEN, Frederick N., Sr. 65, Parish HAINES, Oren 80 Leesburg, FL HERR, Frances Dully, 87 Chapel Hill, NO HOPPE. Mario R., 98 Minoa KOCH, Wllma H., 75 Beverly Hills, FL KURTYKA. Helen, 92 Syracuse LARKIN, Anne P. Syracuse LEFEBVRE, Maurice "Mo" R., 81, Mattydale LINDSLEY, Paul J., 76 Palermo LUDLOW, Norma L., 77 Liverpool MCCARTHY-MARTIN, Mary Eileen, Lufkln, TX MURATORE, Grace Clannllli, 84 North Syracuse NEUMAN, Dorothy C. Syracuse O'CONNELL, Alice M., 91 Reading, MA ORTOLANI, Jack J., 83 Fayettovlllo RODGER, Herald, 86 Vacavllle, CA RHYNER, Charles W., 88 Las Vegas, NV RUBE, Nod J., 76 uoca Raton. FL SABATINI, Lucy V., K Syracuse SAVETH, Martha 93, Liverpool SCHNEIDER, Frederick P, 87, Elbridge SMITH, E.Otis 81 Tully THORNTON, Geanna M., 45, Syracuse Monday, March 20 ABBADI, Lena, 89 E. Syracuse BOGHOSIAN. Ann Syracuse BURDICK, Vivian I. 83, Mexico BURKHOLDER, Mary Farrell, 77, Auburn BURNS, Mary Ellen, 81 Fayettovlllo CLEARY, Catherine Kasuba, 88, E. Syracuse DAY, Esther S., 90 Balnbrldge, NY EVANS, Richard Lyall, 82 Fort Myers. FL FORTH, Lois M., 91 x Camillus KORCZ, Elsa M. Gross, 86 Westvale KOWALSKI, Chester, 90 Onondaga Hill KUTIL, Robert J., 70 Manllus LUDLOW, Norma L., 77 Liverpool MURRAY, William H.. 58 Clinton NEU6ENT, Lucille A. Lyke. 69, Baldwinsville NICHOLS, Peter S.G., 68 Maynard, MA PIRONG, David A., 58 Syracuse RAMSDEN, Paul E.. 84 Marcellus SAVETH, Martha 93, Liverpool TANZELLA, Michael A., 04 Solvay TILBE, BrlnthaA., 86 Waterville VAUGHAN, Margaret M. Scully, the Valley Tuesday, March 21 ALLEY, CorinneG., 101 Hamilton ANDERSON, Cheryl L., 58 Verona Beach BENT, Rosalie E., 89 Auburn BIDWELL, Carolyn V., 76 Phoenix. BROWN, Arthur F., 60 Syracuse CALCARA. Nicholas D., 85 Syracuse COIR, R.Jean. 81 Syracuse DARLING, Charles 0., 92 Fablus FLYNN, Joyce E. Syracuse HALKYARD, Anna I., 88 Syracuse HEATH, Lawrence W., 86 Sempronlus HECKETHORN, Dee C., 78 Oswego JOROLEMON. Richard M. Weedsport KORCZ, Elsa M. Gross. 86 Westvale KOWALSKI, Chester, 90 Onondaga Hill MELUNI, lolanda 83, Solvay MURPHY, Feme L., 85 Syracuse PIRONG, David A. Syracuse SANSONE, Salvatore R. Wostvalo SAUNDERS. G. William, 57, Liverpool SIMMONS, Jean A., 62 Watertown SOPPE-COOPER, Thelma, 76, Lake Worth, FL VERCH, Harold C.. 84 Weslvale Wednesday, March 22 BAIRD. Katherine Marie, 89, North Syracuse BUCHANAN, Donald, 70 Syracuse CALIMERI, Joseph, 79 Auburn COMSTOCK, Lisa Mario, 36, North Syracuse DEROCHIE, Robert J., 47 Syracuse DESHANE, John W. Sr. Mattydale DOUGHERTY, Helen Fitzglbbons. Syracuse DOWD, Thomas J., 82 Syracuse GILIBERTI, Tullla Spenslarl, 95, Syracuse GREEN, Eloise Syracuse HALL, Angle Patricia, 45 Syracuse HALL, Paul A., 64 Baldwinsvillc HAYWARD, Edward D., 62 Marcellus HOGAN, Mary 0., 96 Syracuse JONES, Naomi V., 75 Oswogo KING, Jane Farrell, 74 Fayetteville KUTIL, Robert J., 70 Manllus LAPOINT, Darlene J., 57 Solvay MAKO, Esther Hlnes Jamesvilie MELNYCHUK, Anna N., 92 Fulton MURPHY, Feme L., 85 Syracuse PIRRO, Terry (Thelma Piano, TX SAELI, Mary Evelyn, 99 MacDougall SANSONE, Salvatore R. Westvale SCHMIDT, Norman C. Syracuse SINCLAIR, Donald Jr., 50 Verona Beach SWANSON, Earl L., 85 Auburn UMLAND. Katherine M., 50, Valley Center, CA Thursday, March 23 ARCORACI, Louis J.. 83 Oswego BRANCH, Douglas T. 62 Syracuse BRISSON, Myrtle M.. 83 East Syracuse BUTERA, Philip A., 71 Liverpool CAMBARERI, Salvatore, Jr., 67 Syracuse CASEY, Holon A. Geneva CHAPIN. Willard L., 85 Georgetown COOK, Isabella C., 96 Fulton DESHAIES, Derek J., 25 Kirkvllle DESHANE, John W., Sr. Mattydale DOUGHERTY, Helen Fitzglbbons Syracuse DUNN, Edwin Loo, 79 Largo, FL FIELDING, Marian, 90 Syracuse GOODFELLOW, Bertha N., 90 Marcellus HAYWARD, Edward D., 62 Marcellus HOGAN, Mary 0., 96 Syracuse KLTCHAM, Marietta, 89 Fulton KRAMARZ, Betty, 70 Fulton LEONARDI, Rose Fulton MASSETT, Michael P., 57 Liverpool MILLIMAN, Francis L, 77 Auburn MOSHER, Gertrude J., 83 Mflnlius MOSSES, Ruth, 95 Syracuse SALCE, Angela Cosco, 85 Syracuse SCHNEIDER, Frederick P., 87, Elbridge SETTE, Ann J. Brewerton SOTHERDEN, Marjorle Mae, 72 Ocklawaha, Ft. TAYLOR, Irving, 91 Auburn UMLAND, Katharine Margaret Valley Center, CA WHALEY, Gladys N. Prouty, 88 Pulaski ZANGRILLI, Catherine Perosky, 88 Syracuse Friday, March 24 BEST, Elizabeth P., 93 New Hartford BIMSON, Judith A., 58 Liverpool BURT, Rita M., 85 Syracuse CIRAOLO, Aubrey L, 18 Auburn DIXON, Joanne C. Syracuse ENNS. Hans, 85 Syracuse GAROFALO, George J., 85 Norwich GILLET, Frank E., 92 Fairmount HARKNESS, Margaret, 91 Marcellus HARRISON, Ella Mae, 75 Syracuse HITCHCOCK, Alvln D., Jr., 87, East Syracuse JOHNSON, Loren M., 80 Baldwinsvlllo KRAWCEK, Geraldlne Lancaster NALLY, Benita Anno Haley, 86 Latham O'NEILL, Sheldon Peter Skaneateles ROBERTS, Allen G.. 91 North Syracuse TASSONE, Maria Teresa, 92. Jamosville TRAVER, Florence I., 84 North Syracuse February 27, 2006 Richard P. Kuss, 57, of Ly- man, SC, passed away at Allen Bennett Hospital on February 27 as a result of a sudden heart attack. A native of Syracuse, NY, and gradu- ate of Hennln- ger High School, Rich- ard was the son of the late Si- mon and Ange- llne (Valentine) Kuss. He was a U.S. Navy veteran and a resi- dent of Lyman for 30 years. At the time of his death, he was a sales representative for the B.C. Cola Co. Surviving are his wife of 29 years, Mary (Anders) Kuss; three sons: Simon F. (Stephan- ie) Kuss of Hendersonvllle, SC; and Jonathan and Matthew Kuss of Lyman, SC; a daughter, Jenny Lou (Randy) Plumley of Campobello, SC; a grandson, Waylon Plumloy; a granddaugh- ter, Shelby Kuss; a brother and sister-in-law, Simon (Barbara) Kuss of Fulton, NY; a sister and brother-in-law, Barbara (Salva- tore) Caprlottl of E. Syracuse; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services and burial took place In Lyman, SC. Whelan Bros. Funeral Home Eleanor (Smith) Lawrence March 20, 2006 Eleanor L. (Smith) Lawrence, 86, of Syracuse, passed away on Monday. She was a life long resident of Solvay and Syra- cuse. She worked for At- las Laundries, Remington Rand and the Syracuse School District. She was prede- ceased by a daughter Cindy E. Lawrence; a great-grandchild; her siblings; Wesley, Dorothy, Marion, Mar- jorie and Virginia; and a niece Shelby A. Eleanor is survived by her husband of 58 years, George H. Lawrence; children: James (Mary) Lawrence, Gregory (Maryann) Lawrence, Linda (George) Maville, and Nancy (Craig) Cook; 13 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Services will be private and at the convenience of the fami- ly. There will be no calling hours. Messages of sympathy may be left at nowcomerfami- ly.com. Family Funeral Home Emergency-response drill today at fairgrounds A drill to test Central New York's response to a major dis- aster is planned from 8 a.m. to noon today at the state lair- grounds in Gcddcs. The drill, aimed at improving interactions between military and civilian emergency person- nel, will involve the Medical Re- serve Coips, the Army National OBITUARIES Nina M. (Davis) Hemingway March 23, 2006 Nina M. Hemingway, age 76, of Syracuse, passed away Thursday In the Vivian Teal Howard Nursing Home. Born In Watertown, NY, she was a seamstress who enjoyed mak- ing dolls at home. She was pre- deceased by her daughter, Constance Hemingway, and several brothers. Nina Is survived by a son, Adam T. Hemingway of Syra- cuse; her grandchllldren, Mag- gie and Dylan Hemingway; her longtime companion, Claude Cardlnell of Syracuse; and sev- eral nieces, nephews, great- nieces, great-nephews and close friends. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 11 a.m. In the Plrro Sons Funeral Homo. Burial will be In White Chapel Memory Gardens, Dewitt. Call- Ing hours will be Monday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the funeral home, 51 4 Turtle St., Syracuse. PIRRO SONS FUNERAL HOME 514 Turtle SI. 422-2417 4 Generations of Family Service Please siflN HIE yiiEst liook at Guard, the Air National Guard's I74lli Fighter Wing and local emergency personnel, as well as volunteers playing disaster vic- tims. Those participating will not be aware of the type of mock disas- ter they will be responding to until the drill begins. Vesper Methodist church plans last service today Vesper United Methodist Church on Route 80 in Tully will hold its last service as a United Methodist congregation at 9 a.m. today. The service is open lo the public. The congregation has dwin- dled to 40 members, and the av- erage weekly attendance is far below that, said Rich Blair, a church administrator. The 75-year-old building may be used in the future by another local congregation. Officials rule fire at house in city intentionally set Syracuse fire investigators determined a fire early Friday on the city's Near West Side was arson. The fire in the vacant two- story, two-family house at 715 Tully St. was discovered by a passer-by shortly after midnight, according lo a police report. The fire was concentrated in the rear of the first-floor apartment. A fire investigator found traces of accelerant in three places, the report stales. The owner of the building is listed as Davis Street Realty. Staff reports OBITUARIES Jane E. Taylor March 23, 2006 Jane E. Taylor, 62, of New Haven, died Thursday. Survived by her companion of 44 years, Fred "Frenchie" Barker; son, David; daughter, Ellen. Calling hours 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday with a service at 1 p.m. at Foster Funeral Home, 910 Fay Street, Fulton. Spring burial at St. Mary Cemetery, Fulton. Eleanor L. Stone March 24, 2006 Eleanor L. (Ennis) Stone, 82, passed away on Friday at Grouse Hospital following a long illness. Eleanor was born and raised in Towanda, PA. She attended school in Towanda and gradu- ated from Martinsburg, PA High School. Mrs. Stone was employed by the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau in Harrisburgh, PA, until her marriage. She was employed by the Lawrence Me- morial Hospital in New London, CT while her husband attended Submarine School. On January 31, 1944 she married Edward W. Stone and had lived in Syra- cuse, NY since 1949. Mrs. Stone was a member of St. An- drew's Episcopal Church. She is survived by her hus- band, Edward; sons, Robert E. (Kathy) Stone, Lexington, KY, David C. (Anna Mae) Stone, East Syracuse, NY; daughters, Janet E. (Richard) Harding, Fayetteville, NY and Susan M. (David) Zenger, Collierville, TN; a brother, Joseph Ennis, To- wanda, PA and Barefoot Bay, FL; six grandsons, many nieces and nephews. A calling hour will be held Tuesday, 10 to 11 a.m. at Ball- weg Lunsford Funeral Home, 4612 S. Salina Street, Syracuse with a Memorial Service to im- mediately follow at 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Interment in Onondaga Valley Cemetery. In place of flowers, kindly contribute to a charity of your choice. Please light a candle In memory of Eleanor at www.ballweg-lunsford.com LUNSFORD IFIINRRAI. IIOMi; mntf the right Helen S. Kane March 22, 2006 Helen S. Kane, loving wife, mother and grandmother, passed away quietly at home on Wednesday evening, March 22, 2006. Helen was born in Syracuse, NY, and attended primary and secondary schools there. During her 49 years of mar- riage, she was a homomaker for her husband and sons. Up- on her youngest son entering high school, she returned to work as an accounts payable clerk at Hawks Sales Inc. in Syracuse. In 1987 they moved from the family home to Nob Hill Apts., where they enjoyed their retirement years with family and friends. Her hus- band, Owen W. Kane, died In 1995, and she then moved to Buffalo, NY, to be near her son. She was a longtime member of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish and then a member of St. Jo- seph's Cathedral in Buffalo. She enjoyed baking, reading and playing cards, but her greatest joy was her family. Surviving are two sons, Ow- en M. Kane of Portland, OR and Patrick J. Kane of Buffalo! NY; a granddaughter, Emma Kane of Portland, OR; and a sister, Jewel Schrab of Lake Oswego, OR. A Mass ol Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 28, at Our La- dy of Lourdes Church. Burial in St. Agnes Cemetery, Syracuse NY. Friends may call Monday from 4 to 7 p.m. at Whelan Bros. Funeral Home, 3700 W Genesee St. Whelan Bros. Funeral Home ;

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