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Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - March 17, 1990, Syracuse, New YorkA4 Syracuse Herald journal March 1990 obituaries Robert Melnicoff i a a la. lit of the . R j c s i v. Of i r .1 a l.h-. Ii t .acr5 of eight 1.10 fun i. Arc Al t do Nici h 6g. Of n. I. Died of nay a his a name of or 19-17 he in 1981 civil a 3u years As a b axe Engineer with Region 1 of i new York slate department of i Hunskor Iarion or. Ruddy was a i graduate of poly Tir ism Mec or Ruddy was a member of the now York stale association of Highway engineers and the rens is Are society of engineers. He served As a lieutenant commander n the Navy during War ii and the korean War or. Ruddy also was a member of the Navy Reserve and a former commander of its Albany unit surviving Are his the for Susan Ummard of Weedsport and Deborah j. Ruddy of four Daniel a. Of Paul j. Of new York City. Michael t of Kingston and Stephen of a sister. Ellen of and five grandchildren. Services will be at 9 monday in Leahy funeral Home and . In our lady of Victory both in Troy. Burial will be in most holy redeemer come u Schenectady there will be no calling hours Viola Hinaut Atkins Auburn graveside services for former Auburn resident Viola Hinaut 85. Who died in n Perville. Will be 11 monday in fort Hill cemetery. Calling hours be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Sunday at Langham funeral 91 e. Genesee St. A native of Lyons. Mrs Atkins do lived m Auburn before moving to Illinois in 1957 surviving is a Natalie yorkey of Auburn. Harold r. Medina the associated press West god. N j. Harold r. A Federal judge for More than 30 years who presided Over the trial of 11 communist leaders who conspired to overthrow the american died wednesday of natural causes at 102 Medina became a . District judge for the Southern District of new York in 1947. He accepted the s15.000-a-year Job do some thing for his he had been earning s100.000 a year in private Law practice shortly after his Medina presided Over the nine month thai of 11 communists who were convicted and charged under the so called Smith act. He also sentenced five defense lawyers to up to six months in jail for con tempt. The supreme court upheld All the convictions in split and Medina became a reluctant hero among anti communists. In Medina moved to the 2nd . Circuit court of appeals. Medina officially retired in 1958. But continued As a judge until 1980. At the time of his Medina had the double Honor of being the oldest Federal judge and the oldest alumnus of Princeton Ersita Elizabeth Stevens red Creek memorial ser vices for Elizabeth 96. A former resident of Mam who did thursday at Blossom View nursing Home. Sodus. Wili be 2 . Monday in red Creek United methodist in urn. Burial will be in Fairmount cemetery there Iii be no calling hours mrs. Stevens was a life resident of the red Creek area. One was a member of the red Creek Unea methodist Church. a ass the Vrr de women. Surviving Are two daughters. Bertha Pierce of Northfield. It. And Beth Reynolds of a son. Daie of red two Broth ers. Lyle of fair Haven and Frost of eight grand 14 and eral nieces and nephews. T contributions May be made to red Creek methodist Church or the red Creek hire department ambulance fund Becker funeral Home has f Harge of arrangements Bernard j. Ward j . Of 130 tar Moat. at Crouse ir1. Ing act a native of or. V. a a if. A. Arta 30 he a a truck Denver in a sur the Are wife. Man a. Stephen of a s Isan Ward of genes. 1. Karc of Syracuse and Plancia of a David Kuc of . Ethel Ward of a Catherine s Arr of a. Eight grandchild Ana will be at 1 pm Mon at Ballweg Lunsford funeral Home wiil be in g r e e n 1 j w n memorial we Trees calling no or. of 2 to 4 aau 7 to 9 . Sunday at the funeral Huhe. S said Nasi Adella Lobdell Adella Morrison of 101 Hazel ave. East Pic a Friday Ai St. Joseph s Hospital in doth Center after a Long illness. A native of mrs. Lob Dt-11 lived in East Syracuse 12 years. She was a Secretary with the Syracuse University school of social work. Surviving Are a Michael of a Judith Gavin of East her Mother. Thressa Blanchard of East and iwo grandsons. Sen. Ices will be at 9 . Monday i Forani come funeral Home. East Syracuse. Burial will be in Mayfield cemetery. Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Sunday at the funeral Home 206kinnest. Contributions May be made to the american cancer society. Martha Peraino Martha of 712 n. George died Friday at University Hospital in Syracuse Afler a Brief illness. Mrs. Peraino was a life resident of Rome. She was associated for Many years with the operation of Savoy Rome. Surviving Are two sons. Frank of Rome and Joseph of two Brothers. Orlando and Pat Destito. Both of two Yolanda Fazzi and Angela both of and two grandchildren. Services will be at . Mon Day at Bottini funeral Home and 9 . In St John the Baptist both in Rome. Burial will be in St. John s Rome. Calling hours will be 7 to 9 . Today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Sunday at the funeral 120 embargo St. Sugar funeral has charge of arrangements. Howard b. Bailey or. Fair Haven Howard b. Bailey of Avery Street died Friday at Lee memorial Fulton. Or. Bailey was a life resident of fair Haven. He retired As a machine operator from Sterling Coop. Surviving Are a Bruce of fair three James Bailey of and Ken Neth and George both of Flor five five great and several nephews and cousins. Services will be 2.30 . Mon Day at Becker funeral red Creek. Burial will be in Fairmount red Creek. Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Sunday at the funeral Home. Contributions May be made to the fair Haven fire department ambulance fund. Jeanne l. Donaldson Highland services for Jeanne l Donaldson. 60. Of main who died thursday at the House of the Good will be at 1 . Today at Watson funeral Central Square. Spring burial will be in Union settlement cemetery. West Monroe. There will be no calling hours. A native of mrs. Don Aldson lived several years in Rich land. Surviving Are her husband. A Mary Jobson of and several nieces and nephews. William j. Simmer new York times news service William j. Public affairs director of the regional plan Asso died wednesday at Beth Israel Hospital. He was 39 years old and lived m Manhattan. Simmer of complications of said Mary an at the association. Simmer was also a director and Board member of the drawing a theater and wrote nine plays performed off off Broadway. He graduated from Princeton University in 1973 and received a master s degree in theater from new York University in 1977. Surviving Are his of Nara a. Two Sisters. Jackie Brake of Keilor. Tex and Virginia Finger of Redford. And three Thomas. James and All of Dearborn. Mich William Depperman ill sen ices for a of 223 a narc fee who used thursday at veterans administration medical a be Al s 30 . Monday Ai leg Luns Ford funeral of i p pah 1 q Cross chichi Depperman Edwiu. Burial will be in is Mary s Dewitt. Cai Fig hours be 7 9 . Loday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 sunday at the funeral 4612 s Salina by a native of new York its. Or. Depperman lived in the Syracuse area 43 years. He was a former sales manager with Mack Miller Candle co. Or. Depperman was a graduate j or. Depperman was a communicant of holy Cross Church and a member of the Junior chamber of Commerce and the wags Golf league. He was an army Veteran of world War ii. Surviving Are his the for Mer Norah a Regina c. Depperman of his mrs. William f. Depperman of and several nephews and cousins. Andrew Adam Bodner Andrew Adam Bodner. Of 128 Vincent St. Died Friday at Community general Hospital. Or. Bodner was a life resident of Syracuse. He retired As a tool maker from Brannock device co. And previously was employed with easy Washer co. Ate ili3 wisc 58 the former Agnes a son. David a. Of a Sis Mary Galuski of and several nieces and nephews. Services will be 9 . Today at Goddard Crandall Shepardson funeral Home. Burial will be in sacred heart cemetery. Calling hours will be 7 to 9 . Today at the funeral 3111 James St. Howard m. Linsky services for Howard m. Of 501 Chapel who died thursday at Community general will be . Monday at Whelan Bros. Funeral Home and 10 . In holy family both in Fairmount. Burial will be in St. Francis Xavier Ceme Marcellus. Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Sunday at the funeral 3700 w. Genesee St. A native of Onondaga or. Linsky lived in Fairmount since 1952. He retired in 1987 As a sales Man from Monarch liquors. Or. Linsky previously was a Salesman for Many years with Kallfelz which formerly was located on South Geddes and joined wine and liquor co. In 1953 As a Salesman. Or. Linsky was a communicant of holy family where he served 38 years As an usher. He also was a member of the Church s holy name society and a 3rd degree member of Council knights of Columbus. He also was a member of Lodge Loyal order of Moose. Or. Linsky was a 1st lieutenant with the army s 634th division during world War h and was a Veteran of the Battle of the bulge. He received a Bronze Star and a presidential unit citation. Or. Linsky was a member of tipperary Hill american and the disabled american veterans surviving Are his the for Mer Jean c. A Sandra Simpson of two Timothy c. And William both of a mar Garet o Brien of Onondaga a and several nieces and nephews. Alberta e.0kland Chittenango memorial services for Alberta e. 77. Of 640 Milner who died March 8 at her will be at 1 . Sunday at . Zimmer funeral 702 legion drive. Chittenango. Private burial will be in Oakwood cemetery. There will be no calling hours. Contributions May be made to the Chittenango fire department Winslow Martin new York times news service Winslow a retired management consultant for Arthur d. Little inc. In died of cancer tuesday at his Home in mass. He was 68 years old and also lived in . Martin joined the consulting con Cern in 1960. From 1963 to 1970 he was managing director of its Zurich and London offices. He retired in 1986. He was a graduate of Dartmouth College and Harvard business school. Martin served with the Field artillery in the Pacific in world War ii and won the Bronze Star he is survived by his the former Ann a Sandra Ripa of a son. Winslow Martin or of water two Nancy of and Anita White of a William b. Of St. Peters Burg. And two grandchildren Ronald l Porter Ronald l por or. Of 4119 main read. A to at Aloarn Mcdonal win be at 11 . Ai Robert d Gray be in Sci Rural . he is v. Or 2 4 7 to 9 . At ire Hiie Rai Home. 49 Jordan s. A native of a Burr. Or Porter i Ved most of his life o Anasco. He retired As .ach.nisi Frorup. Aico Power co. Aug in or. Porter was a member and former assistant chief the o Anasco fire do pan he president of the Wasco club or. Porter was a of the korean War. Surviving Are a Pamela Wicks of a step daughter. Sherry Bray of my ton. A of fior a Laverne of and a granddaughter. Poniti ibid tons Mav be made to the Owasco ambulance fund. Stella Widowski services for former Syracuse resident Stella who died thursday in will be Ai 8.30 . Monday at Ball Weg Lunsford funeral Home and 9 . In St. Anthony of Padua Church. Burial will be in is. Agnes cemetery. Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Sunday at the funeral 4612 s. Salina St. A native of mrs. Widowski lived 21 years in Syra Cuse before moving to Conneaut in 1970. Surviving Are a Lois Kananen of four Edward of John of William of California and i Nomas of general six Anna Susie bar Josephine Radley and Helen All of Jean Rivenbark of new Jersey and Verna Dominick of two Stanley of Maryland and Edward Blades of 10 and three great grandchildren. Charles Kreischer Charles Robert of 7184 Minoa in Deport East died Friday at grouse Irving memorial Hospital after a Long illness. A native of or. Kreischer lived 35 years in Florida before moving to East Syracuse three years ago. He retired in 1976 As a master machinist after 15 years with Honeywell St. Fla. Surviving Are his Arlene a Carl j. Of a Carol Distaolo of East several four and several nieces and nephews. Services will be private. There will be no calling hours. Contributions May be made to the american cancer society. Russell h. Schepp son funeral has charge of arrangements. Althea Buckingham new Woodstock Althea Damon Kelchner of died Friday at her Home after a Brief illness. Mrs. Buckingham was a life Resi Dent of new Woodstock. She retired As a sales clerk from the Talbot s store in Cazenovia. She was a graduate of new Woodstock High school and Morrisville col lege. Her Leon d. Buck died in 1953. Mrs. Buckingham was a member of the first Baptist Church of new Woodstock. Surviving Are a Dorothy Vaas of new eight 17 great grandchild and several nephews and cousins. Services will be at 11 . Mon Day at Richard f. Ayer funeral Homes. The Rev. John Martinson officiating. Spring burial will be in new Woodstock Ceme Tery. Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Sunday at the funeral 38 Sullivan St. Contributions May be made to the first Baptist Church of Cazen Ovia or the Cazenovia Volunteer ambulance corps. John b. Terranova Auburn John b. Of 6 Aldach ave. Died Friday at Auburn memorial Hospital. Or. Terranova was a life resident of Auburn. He retired nine years ago from Alco products co. Or. Terranova was a communicant of sacred heart Church surviving Are his the for Mer Valia err. Two Cynthia Mcclam of Syracuse and Judith indelicate of six Sisters. Flora Colangelo of Angelina Piccolo. Rose and Carmella All of Auburn. Lucy Webster of Aurora and Anita Teranova of Pennsylva two and several nieces and nephews. Services will be at . Mon Day at Cheche funeral Home and . In sacred heart Church. Burial will be in is. Joseph s Ceme Tery calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Sunday at the funeral 136 Geneseo contributions May be made to the Owasco Volunteer fire depart ment ambulance fund Nina e. Mower e forr Rorls of Road. Died Ai Uga coun a after a ii Hiess. A native of mrs. Mower de most of her in. The Jordan weeds Peri area. One and her Laie Kirk were the cd operators of a . Far Many years Mower was a member of re Jordan Baptist Church and a for Mer member of me order of the Eastern Siar. Surviving Are two Gwendolyn Ostrowski of Weed Spon and Virginia Corcoran of a Bruges of a nine and several nieces and nephews. Services be the Rev. J. H Duncan officiating. Burial w ill be p Lisfora cemetery. There will be no Cahng hours. Contributions May be made to the Weedsport Rescue squad. J Well funeral Vav us a has charge of arrangements. William t. Butler William t of route died Friday at his Home. A native of or. Butler resided most of his life in the Apulia area. He retired in 198s from Pinkerton protective Agency in Syracuse and previously was the owner and operator of the Apulia Grill. Or. Butler was a former chief of the Apulia fire company. An army Veteran of world War or. Butler was a member of Tully american legion. Surviving Are his Carrie two Francis of Apulia and Robert of two Ruth Gault of Chittenango and Dawn Frost of and several grand nieces and grand nephews. Services will be at 11 . Tues Day at Hartwell funeral the Rev. Janet Gleason officiating. Spring burial will be in Fabius Evergreen cemetery. Calling hours will be 7 to 9 . Monday at the funeral 11 Clinton St contributions May be made to the Apulia fire company. Mark 0. Pearson Sandy Pond services for Mark 0 of Oderkirk who died thursday at mercy will be 1 . Sunday at Foster Hax funeral Pulaski. Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Today at the funeral 7385 Park St. A native of or. Pear son lived in Sandy Pond 26 years. He retired in 1987 after 37 years As owner and operator of Pearson instrument Sandy Pond. Or. Pearson was a graduate of West High Rochester. Or. Pearson was a member of the Sandy Pond sportsmen s association. He was an army Veteran of world waru. Surviving Are his three sons. Mark and both of and Scott of Sandy a Laura Edick of a Lawrence of a Winifred Dere Gowski of and six grandchildren. Contributions May be made to Northern Oswego county Amu Henrietta f. Gnack Faller for Merly of 405 Hanover liver died thursday at James Square residential health care Centre born in she lived in Liverpool years. Mrs Gnack was employed at sail Pomi lunch a Busi Ness or. North Sahna s Reed. Mrs. Gnack was a of St. Paul s lutheran liver her Albert died in 1974. Sun is a Cousin services will be 10 . Monday at Maurer funeral the Rev. William f officiating. Bur Ial will be in North Syracuse cemetery. Calling hours Are 9 10 10 . Monday at the funeral 300 St. Contributions May be made to the memorial fund of St. Paul s lutheran Church. It Sylvan Beach Caryl j. Of 2413 Mcclan Athan ave. Died wednesday at Oneida City Hospital after being stricken at work earlier in the Day. He was born Jan. 14. In the son of Kenneth and Eleanor Brown Armstrong. He had been a life resident of Sylvan Beach. He was employed for the last 25 years with the Oneida Ltd. Silversmiths. He was a member and past presi Dent of the Oneida owls where he had served As House com Mittee chairman and received the second degree of the order. He was a 1965 graduate of Cam Den Central High school and was a member of the Good Shepherd lutheran Church in Sylvan Beach. Surviving Are his Eleanor Armstrong of Sylvan two Burton or. Of Sylvan and Roger of one april staring of Sylvan and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be 11 . Monday from the Good Shepherd lutheran Church. Spring burial will be at Western Verona Ceme Tery. Friends May Call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Sunday at coolican Mcsweeney funeral 322 Washington Oneida. Contributions May be made to the Good Shepherd lutheran Church or the Mcconnellsville ambulance service. Daniel Mcgibbeny or. The associated press Pittsburgh Daniel Patrick Mcgibbeny a former executive sports editor of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette and a member of the Western Pennsylvania sports Hall of died thursday of a heart attack at age 74. He joined the Post Gazette As a copy moved up to chief copy and became executive sports editor in the late 1960s. He retired in 1980. In addition to the Mcgibbeny worked for the Pitts Burgh the former Pittsburgh the Monessen daily the new Ken Sington daily dispatch and the Hilltop record. Mcgibbeny was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1986. Survivors include his Elva ferns a daughter and three grandchildren. Deaths deaths deaths i Fairchild Earl l. Of 980 it. Apulia. March 1990. Survived by his wife Dora c. Gijon three sons Stuart and three Stepsons Robert and Eugene five stepdaughters Beverly Harriet Anna May Thomp Betty Phyllis two Brothers Harold and Carol several great grandchildren. Funeral ser vices 11 . Saturday at Hall funeral 6033 Cherry Valley Lafa Yette. Burial in Tully Rural cemetery. Friends May Call Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Hail a Jubal Home Chiosi Paul f. Of 3643 Warners Camillus. March 1990 survived by his parents Joseph and bar Bara a sister mrs. Christine his maternal grandparents mrs. F. Several cousins. Funeral services from John c. Tindall funeral Home 1921 w. Genesee St. Monday 10 . Inter ment Greenlawn memorial Park. Friends May Call at the funeral Home sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Contributions May be made to St. Paul s lutheran 108 Grace Syra by 13204. Hoyt Marion r. I of 200 Mitchell ave March 1990 survived by a daughter Gomie a son waiter k. Tiree a and Cal Dren Marie Tucker and George and William one great grandson. Ser vices win of i Saiu a. At the Fairchild and Meech Syracuse chs Pef interment Maple Grove Elbridge. Friends May Call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Friday at the funeral 500 w. Onondaga St. Flu thu a much we Magili Anthony j. 6995 Lakeshore March funeral ser vices with full military honors will be held 10 . Saturday from the Camp Bell Dean funeral Home inc 260 main Oneida and 10.30 from St. Patrick s Church where the funeral mass will be celebrated. Interment will be made in Wampsville Ceme Tery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home 2to 4 and 7 to 9 . Friday the Vigil ser vice will be held 2 Fri Day. Contributions May be made to the leukaemia foundation Roche James d. Roche of by. March 1990. Sur Vived by a brother Frank two Sisters Charlotte Hoffman and Nellie several nieces and nephews services 8-30 . Saturday at the Ballweg and Lunsford funeral 4612s. Salina 9 . In the Chapel at St. James Church. Burial Assumption cemetery. Friends May Call Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Musec urns food. My. Penizotto Santina Ponte Peni 137 John March m 1990. Survived by her son Eugene Penizotto daughters Sara St. Concetta Penizotto and Josephine eight eight great grandchildren. Funeral ser vices saturday . Farone son. Inc. Funeral 1500 Park St and 9 . Our lady of Pompei Church. Burial As sumption cemetery. Calling hours Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Fatone i inc. 1500 pack St Fri ski Mfume in Loving memory of Mary k. Hunt since you have entered into our you have been a special fiend. 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