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a a a a a a a a a Gannett Westchester October 10, 1990 A Section More obituaries on A6 Joseph Thomas Neary: Joseph Thomas Neary of Montrose, a car rental executive, died of cardiovascular disease Monday at Peekskill Community Hospital. He was 55. He was born March 12, 1935, in Queens to Joseph and Charlotte Wunderlich Neary. He graduated from Bishop Loughlin High School in Brooklyn and attended RCA Institute of Technology in Manhattan, where he studied engineering. Mr.

Neary served with the U.S. Army in the Korean War. He married Barbara Aldrich on May 7, 1983, in Jackson Heights, Queens. Bernard Grossman: Bernard Grossman of Greenville, the chairman emeritus of Americom Graphics Ltd. in Elmsford, died of cancer yesterday at his home.

He was 72. From 1989 until his death, Mr. Grossman was chairman emeritus of Americom Graphics, a commercial printing company. Americom Graphics was formed last year when Laurel Printing Inc. of Elmsford merged with A.

Colish Inc. of Mount Vernon. Mr. Grossman had been chairman and chief executive officer of Laurel Printing for about 40 years or until 1985. The company, familyowned and operated since it was founded in 1912, moved from Manhattan to Elmsford in 1970.

He belonged to two national printing industry groups, the National Association of Printers and Lithographers and the Graphic Arts Technical Foundation. Mr. Grossman was born July 31, Marion C. Murphy: Manhattan Marion C. Murphy, 55-year resident of New Rochelle, died Monday at her daughter's home in Rydal, Pa.

The family did not disclose the cause of death. She was born in Manhattan to Joseph A. and Mary Ann Lough- man Waterman. Mrs. Murphy was ADVERTIsem*nT ON YOUR FEET by Dr.

Joanne Conte, Podiatrist SUBJECT: Corns A Step Forward Footcare Q. What is a corn and how does it develop? A. A corn is an area of thickened skin on a toe. Medically it is known as a HELOMA DURUM. Corns usually develop on the top of a toe, where the toe bends or over a joint in the toe.

Friction between shoes and the skin on your toe causes the skin to 'hypertrophy' or become thickened, thus causing a corn. We can see then that corns usually develop on a toe that is bent or raised at the joint. This bend elevates the joint and puts more friction pressure on the skin. The bent toe is called a "HAMMERTOE." With time corns will continue to thicken and may become very painful. In short, corns or "Heloma Durum" are areas of thickened skin on a toe.

Corns occur most often on a bent toe or a "hammertoe" If you have any questions on foot health write me at: A Step Forward Footcare 280 No. Bedford 2G Mt. Kisco, NY 10549 or call me, Dr. Joanne Conte At: (914) 241-7900 Montrose resident and car-rental executive In 1986, Mr. Neary moved to Montrose from Ridgewood, N.Y.

Mr. Neary was director of sales and marketing for Budget Rent a Car Inc. in Croton-on-Hudson since 1987. Before that, he owned Dollar Rent a Car franchises in Manhattan, the Bronx and at John F. Kennedy International Airport and at Newark International Airport.

He was a member of the S.K.A.L. Tourism Club, an international organization, and often volunteered to help the homeless. He was on the board of directors for the Jan Peek House in Peekskill. In addition to his wife of Mon- of Westchester printing 1918, in Brooklyn to Maurice and Anna Gordon Grossman. He grew up in 1 Manhattan and graduated from Peddie School of Heightstown, N.J., a boarding high school.

In 1941, he graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a bachelor of arts degree in journalism. Mr. Grossman had lived in Greenville since 1951. He was a member of the board of trustees of the Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services for about five years until his death. He was the treasurer of the Jewish Community Center of White Plains in the early 1980s.

During the mid-1960s, Mr. Grossman was chairman of the Greenville Republican Committee and a member of the Greenburgh Republican Committee. In 1942, he married Leah Gordon in Jackson, Miss. In addition to his wife, Mr. native the third of the seven children.

She attended schools in New York City. She married Milton G. Murphy in Manhattan. He died in 1944. Mrs.

Murphy was associated with the College of New Rochelle until her retirement. She attended Holy Family Church in New Rochelle. Mrs. Murphy is survived by two daughters, Ann Fisher of Chappaqua and Jane McGrath of Rydal, a sister, Genevieve Hammill of Beverly Hills, Calif; and seven grandchildren. Arrangements are being handled by Fred H.

McGrath Son Funeral Home Inc. in Bronxville. Barbara G. Denton: Croton resident Barbara G. Denton, a longtime Croton-on-Hudson resident, died of heart failure Monday in her home.

She was 64. "She was a nonconformist sort energetic and independent," said one of her daughters, Laurie Roberta Denton of Arlington, Va. Mrs. Denton moved to Croton in 1977. Before that she lived in Millwood and Longmeadow, Mass.

She was born Nov. 6, 1925, to Robert and Verna Wise Embleton in Topeka, Kan. She attended elementary schools in Leavenworth, Kan. In 1947, she graduated from the University of Missouri, where she was a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority. After graduation, she worked for a year as a stewardess for Western Airlines.

She left the airline to marry George W. Denton on Sept. 14, 1949, in Leavenworth. In 1975, she earned a master's degree in art history from Manhattanville College in Purchase. Following the awarding of her degree, Mrs.

Denton volunteered as a tour guide in the Metropolitan Opera House in Manhattan. Mrs. Denton enjoyed traveling and reading, family members said. In 1984, Mrs. Denton was diagnosed with a brain tumor.

She was the sole survivor of an experimental chemotherapy program run by the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, her daughter said. Although Mrs. Denton was cured of the tumor, the treatments sapped her energy she stopped swimming and playing tennis, her daughter said. Following her treatments, Mrs. Denton remained active in St.

Mark's Episcopal Church in Mount Kisco and St. Augustine's Episcopal Church in Croton. In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Denton is survived by a son, George Hallett Denton of Brooklyn; and another daughter, Lisa Welden Denton of Harriman. Her husband died in 1989.

Arrangements are by Oelker and Cox Funeral Home in Mount Kisco. GANNETT WESTCHESTER NEWSPAPERS THE CITIZEN REGISTER Local office: 1825 Commerce Yorktown Heights, N. Y. 10598 Main office: One Gannett Drive, White Plains, N.Y. 10604 THE CITIZEN REGISTER (USPS 114-140), Vol.

150, No. 167. Published Monday through Friday evening and Saturday, Sunday and holiday mornings by the Westchester Rockland Newspapers, One Gannett Drive, White Plains, N.Y., 10604, a division of Gannett Satellite Information Network Inc. Second class postage paid at Ossining, N. Y.

POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Citizen Register, 1825 Commerce Street, Yorktown Heights, N. Y. 10598. trose, he is survived by, two Scott Myers and Randall both of Portland, a Lorraine Mitchell of Seattle; brother, Andrew Neary of ven, N.Y.; three sisters, Rowbo of Jackson Heights, Patricia Lesmes of Astoria, and Kathleen Bonge of N.Y.; and six grandchildren. A brother, Robbie Neary, in 1985.

Family and friends are contributions may be sent American Heart Association American Cancer Society. Arrangements are being dled by the Edward F. Carter neral Home of Montrose. company Grossman is survived by two Carl Grossman of Katonah and Grossman of New Canaan, daughter, Susan Greenwood Manhattan; and seven children. Arrangements are being dled by the Jewish Community Center of White Plains.

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to 6:45 p.m. NEWS OBITUARIES To speak with an editor about an obituary news story, please call the Community News number listed at the bottom of this page Monday through Friday. On Saturday and Sunday, please call 694-5006. LIST OF DEATHS BREWSTER TAVINO, Kathleen(nee Nolan) BREWSTER FUNERAL HOME BRONXVILLE MURPHY, Marion C. The Fred H.







9. Reposing Wednesday evening 7-9, Thursday 2-4 7-9 at COXE GRAZIANO FUNERAL HOME, 767 E. Boston Post Rd, Mamk. Funeral Mass Friday 10 am Holy Trinity R.C. Church followed by Entombment at Ferncliff.

CESARIO, Frank Jr. on October 8, 1990 of Fishkill NY, formerly of Mt. Vernon. Beloved husband of Brenda. Cherished son of Frank and Angelina Cesario.

Devoted father of Laurie Wood and Tanya Marie Cesario. Dear brother of Michael Cesario. Loving grandfather of 3. FUneral Mass Thursday 9:30 am at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church.

Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Reposing at the BURR DAVIS-SHARPE FUNERAL HOME INC, 16 3rd Ave, Mt. Vernon NY on Wednesday 2-4 7-9 pm. In lieu of flowers donations to Rosary Hill Home, 600 Linda Ave, Hawthorne NY 10532 or Hopewell Hose Vol. F.D., Hopewell Jnct.

NY would be appreciated. COSTA, Angelo on Oct. 9, 1990 of New Rochelle. Beloved husband of Vincenza. Devoted father of Marie Moniz and Eugene.

Also survived by 3 grandchildren. Reposing at GEO T. DAVIS 14 LeCount PI, New Rochelle Wednesday 7-9 pm. Memorial Mass will be held at Blessed Sacrament Church, Thursday 10:30 am. In lieu of flowers donations to the American Heart Fund.

DENTON, Barbara on Oct. 8, 1990. of Croton, NY. Wife of the late George W. Denton, mother of George Hallett Denton, Laurie Roberta Denton, Lisa Welden Denton.

Also survived by 2 grandchildren. Reposing OELKER COX FUNERAL HOME, 262 Main Mt. Kisco, NY on Thurs. 7-9 pm. Funeral service St.

Mark's Episcopal Church Mt. Kisco on Friday 11 am. Interment private DOW, Vernon P. died on September 21, 1990 in Palm Beach Fla, a long time resident of Tarrytown. Survived by her daughter Mrs.

Robert (Pamela) Volk, of Vermont. 6 grandchildren 6 greatgrandchildren also survive. Burial took place in Stepney Ct. ENGHEBEN, Walter on Oct. 8, 1990.

Beloved husband of Rose (Leone) Engheben. Devoted father of Stephen, Ms. Donna Garofalo and Mrs. William (Joanne) Crysler. Also survived by 6 grandchildren.

The family will be present to receive visitors at THE SINATRA MEMORIAL HOME INC, 601 Yonkers Ave, on Wed. from 2-4 7-9 pm. Funeral Mass at ST. DENIS CHURCH, on Thursday at 10 am. Interment Mt.

Calvary Cemetery. FEBBO, G. Antonietta on Oct. 9, 1990. Beloved wife of Giovanni.

Devoted mother of Louis, Vincent, Anthony, John and Irene. Loving sister of Chiarino Cianci, Egidia Telesca and Silvana Grieco. The family will be present to Gary F. Sherlock, 694-5203. K.

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He was 82. Mr. Vucker died of injuries he sustained Sept. 19, when another car hit his on Mamaroneck Avenue. Mr.

Vucker had a law practice in White Plains for 51 years, retiring in 1988. He received his law degree from St. John's University in Brooklyn in 1935. He was a member of the White Plains Bar Association. Mr.

Vucker was born March 11, 1908, to Samuel and Jennie Lipman Vucker in New York City. sons, Krueger, daughter, a WoodhaBernadette N.Y., N.Y., Ridgewood, died making to the or the hanFu- sons, Roy a of grand- han- Paid listings A. Walter Engheben: A. Walter Engheben, a longtime Yonkers resident and retired tax accountant, died Monday at the Shalom Nursing Home in Mount Vernon. He was 67.

The cause of death was not disclosed. Mr. Engheben was a tax accountant for Kennecott Copper Corp. in Manhattan for 30 years. He retired in 1977.

He was born June 15, 1923, in Cranford, N.J., to Angelo Peter and Josephine Petralia Engheben. receive visitors at THE SINATRA MEMORIAL HOME INC, 601 Yonkers Ave, on Wed. Thurs. from 2-4 7-9 pm. Funeral Mass at MT.

CARMEL CHURCH on Friday, at 10 am. Entombment Ferncliff Mausoleum. HOWAT, Helen. On Oct 8, 1990. Reposing at the JOSEPH G.

PHILLIPS FUNERAL HOME, 50 Ludlow St, Yonkers. Visiting hours 2-4 7-9PM on Wednesday October 10th. Funeral service at the Funeral Home 10AM on Thursday. Interment Mt Hope Cemetery, Hastings. JOHNSON, Sonny on October 8, 1990.

Reposing LEE 0. WOOD FUNERAL HOME INC. 23 East 2nd St. Mt. Vernon, NY, 2-9pm Thursday.

Funeral 10am Friday, Macedonia Baptist Church Mt. Vernon, NY. KROLL, Robert on Reposing at the MC MAHON, LYON HARTNETT FUNERAL HOME, 491 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains. Visiting Wednesday 7-9 pm. Services Private.

LOPEZ, Emanuel A. on Oct. 9, 1990. Beloved husband of the late Anne (nee Papis). Loving father of Robert, Susan Leach and Jerry.

Dear brother of John, Thomas and Mary. Cherished grandfather of Stephanie, Daniel, Jonathan and Victoria. Reposing DAVID J. HODDER SON FUNERAL HOME, 899 McLean Ave, (near Kimball Ave) Yonkers. Hours 2-5 7-9 pm.

Funeral Mass Thursday 10:30 am St. Barnabas Church. Entombment Woodlawn Cemetery. MACK, Marian H. on September 25, 1990 of Irvington NY.

Survived by 2 brothers Robert A. and John J. Mack. Family will recieve friends Friday, October 12 from 7-9 pm at the DWYER FUNERAL HOME, 90 N. Broadway, Tarrytown.

In lieu of flowers contributions to the American Lung Association, 35 Orchard St, White Plains NY 10603- 9924 would be appreciated. McGANNON, Margaret Died Oct 6, 1990 at Elizabethtown, N.C. Wife of the late James 2 daughters Regina Maguire Lorna Koval 3 grandchildren. FUneral Mass will be offered Thursday 10 am at St Patrick's Church, Verplank. Interment St.

Patrick's Cemetery. Arrange ments by the JOSEPH F. NARDONE FUNERAL HOME, Peekskill. MONE, Josephine M. on Oct 9, 1990.

Dear wife of the late Anthony A. Loving mother of Anthony III, Allison, Kimberly and Kerri-Lynn and her 3 great grandchildren, Shawn, Kayla and Krystal. Also surviving are her 2 sisters, Rose Giuluani and Vitina Monastero and her 2 brothers, Salvatore and Andrew Monastero. Mass of Christian Burial Friday 11 a.m. at St.

Joseph's Church (Bronxville). Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. The family will be present Wed and Thurs, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at F. RUGGIERO SONS, INC.

(Havey-Maloney), 732 Yonkers Yonkers, N.Y. Donations to Jansen Memorial Hospice, 69 Main St, Tuckahoe, N.Y. 10707 are requested by the family. MURPHY, Jane M. on Oct.

8, 1990. Beloved wife of the late Matthew. Mother of Patricia Heilenday, Joan Heppes, Jacqueline Callaghan, Matthew and the late Joseph A. Murphy. Also survived by 15 grand 4 great-grandchildren.

Reposing LLOYD MAXCY BEAUCHAMP CHAPEL, Shea PI, New Rochelle. Mass of Christian Burial Blessed Sacrament Church Fri. 10:30 am. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Visiting hours 2-4 7-9 pm.

MURPHY, Marion C. (nee Waterman). Of New Rochelle, NY. On Oct. 8, 1990.

Beloved wife of the late Milton G. Murphy. Mother of Ann Fisher and Jane McGrath. Also survived by 7 grandchildren and a sister, Genevieve Hammill. Calling hours at The Fred H.

McGrath Son Funeral Home, Bronxville between the hours of 2 to 4 7 to 9PM Thursday. Mass of Christian Burial, Holy Family Church, New Rochelle on Friday, October 12th at 10AM. NEARY, Joseph T. Age 55 of Montrose on Oct 8, 1990. Husband of Barbara (nee Aldrich).

Father of Scott Myers, Randall Krueger and Lorraine Mitchell. Son in law of Lucille Aldrich. Brohter of Andrew, Bernadette Rowbo, Patricia Neary and Kathleen Bonge. Also survived by 6 grandchildren. Funeral Mass will be held on Friday at 10 a.m.

at St. Christophers Church. Friends may call at the EDWARD F. CARTER FUNERAL HOME, 170 Kings Ferry Rd, Montrose, N.Y. on Wed from 7-9 and Thurs 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the American Heart Assn or the American Cancer Society would be appreciated. NESTO, Mauro on Oct. 8, 1990. Beloved husband of Anna (Piarulli) Nesto. Devoted father of Mrs.

Al (Marie) Miccoli and Jean Butler. Also survived by 3 grandchildren 4 great-grandchildren. The family will be present to receive visitors at THE SINATRA MEMORIAL HOME INC, 601 Yonkers Ave, on Wed. from 2-4 7-9 pm. Funeral Mass at MT.

CARMEL CHURCH, on Thursday at 10 am. Interment St. Josephs Cemetery. ROSINI, Francis A. on Beloved husband of Wha.

Devoted father of Lisa. Also survived by his father Carmel and brother Joseph. His mother Elizabeth pre-deceased him in 1979. Family will receive friends 2-4 7-9 pm Tuesday Wednesday at LLOYD MAXCY BEAUCHAMP CHAPEL, Shea PI, New Rochelle. Mass of Christian Burial 9:30 am Thursday at Church of the Blessed Sacrament.

Interment Beechwoods Cemetery. lawyer; attended Joseph M. Vucker St. John's Mr. Vucker worked his way through St.

John's University, holding a job at the White Plains Tile Co. Before graduating in 1932, Mr. Vucker was a member of Sigma Omicron Rho and Alpha Epsilon Phi fraternities. On May 27, 1941, Mr. Vucker married Florence Katz at Mount tax accountant; World He attended Gorton High School in Yonkers, where he was a quarterback for the football team.

He graduated from Gorton in 1941 and received a bachelor's degree in accounting from New York University in the 1950s. He married Rose Leone on Aug. 28, 1948, at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in White Plains. Mr. Engheben, a corporal in the U.S.

Marines during World War II, fought on Iwo Jima. He was a TAVINO, Kathleen (nee Nolan) Beloved wife of Paul. Loving mother of Nicole Maria Andrea Lynn. Dearest daughter of Ronald and Mary Nolan. Cherished sister of Sean, Kevin and Michael.

Reposing at the BREWSTER FUNERAL HOME, 16 Prospect Brewster, N.Y. on Wed 2-4 and 7-9pm. Mass of Christian Burial Thursday 11am at St. Lawrence O'Toole R.C. Church.

Interment Resurrection Cemetery, Piscataway, NJ TROMBETTI, Aldo J. on October 8, Beloved husband of Josephine (nee Schiavi). Loving father of Melinda Grassi, Joseph, Celeste D'Amico and the late John. Dear brother of Gino and the late Mayo. Cherished grandfather of Regina, Laura, James, Christine and Viki.

Reposing DAVID J. HODDER SON FUNERAL HOME, 899 McLean Ave, (near Kimball Ave), Yonkers. Visiting hours Tuesday Wednesday 2-5 7-9 pm. Funeral Mass Thursday 9:45 am St. Barnabas Church.

Interment St. Raymond Cemetery. TRUSLOW, Theodore J. Jr. of Copake NY, on Oct.

8, 1990. Husband of Martha Starr Truslow. Father of Robert and Theodore Truslow. Grandfather of 4. Graveside Service Thursday 10:15 am at Kensico Cemetery, Valhalla NY.

In lieu of flowers contributions in his memory may be made to Rosary Hill Home, 600 Linda Ave, Hawthorne NY 10532. VALENTINE, Charles on October 8. Family will receive friends Wednesday Thursday 2-4 7-9 at the COXE GRAZIANO FUNERAL HOME, 767 E. Boston Post Rd, Mamk. Funeral Mass Friday 10 am at St.

Vito's R.C. Church followed by Interment at Greenwood Union Cemetery. VALPACCHIO, Filomena of Dobbs Ferry. Beloved mother of Dominick and George Valpacchio, Louise Petrucello, Sadie Pollick, Yolanda Francia, Nancy Hogan and the late Elvera Zabel. FUneral Mass Friday at Our Lady of Pompeii Church.

Visiting Wed. Thurs. 2-4 and 7-9pm at EDWARDS FUNERAL HOME INC, Dobbs Ferry, Contribution to St. Cabrini Nursing Home or Rosary Hill Home, pref'd. VUCKER, Joseph M.

On October 9. Beloved husband of Florence. Loving father of Susan E.V. Lieberman and Barry and Jill Viuker. Dear brother of Goldie Brown, Evelyn Rhodes, Vivian Plonsey and Belle Robinson.

Cherished grandfather of Jessica Lieberman, Seth Lieberman and Gordana Viuker. Service today 2PM at the Jewish Community Center, 252 Soundview Ave, White Plains, NY. ZABLOTNIAK, Stanislawa. Of Putnam Valley and Warsaw Poland. Died Oct 7, 1990 at the age of 90.

Wife of the late John, she leaves grieving daughter, Kristina Malek; grandson, Christopher Malek with wife Diane and a granddaughter, Christine Mary. Services Thursday, Oct 11, 1990 at 12 Noon at The Maher Funeral Home, 117 Washington Ave, Pleasantville, NY. ZIEMER, Edward T. of Port St. Lucie formerly of Yonkers on Sunday, October 7, 1990.

Beloved husband of Mary (nee Coffey) Ziemer. Devoted father of Edward T. Ziemer Carol Appleholm, Patricia Abrams, Christine Pilholski and Ingrid Vernoy. Loving brother of Catherine King, Elizabeth Silva and the late Joseph and William C. Ziemer.

Also survived by 15 grandchildren. Reposing at WHALEN BALL FUNERAL HOME INC, 168 Park Ave, (corner of Glenwood). Mass of Christian Burial in Sacred Heart Church on Friday, October 12 at 9:45 am. Interment St. Josephs Cemetery.

Visiting hours Wednesday Thursday 2-4 7-9 pm. IN MEMORIAM ATTANASIO, Mel Happy Birthday in Heaven Loving memories of a wonderful Husband Father; memories which will never be forgotten. Wife Olga DI PIPPO, Leonard J. Happy 3rd Anniversary in Heaven What we would give, if we could say Hello, Dad, in the same old way; To hear your voice, see your smile To sit with you and chat awhile So you who have a father, Cherish him with care, For you'll never know the heartache Till you see his vacant chair. University Neboh Temple in New York City.

In addition to his wife, Mr. Vucker is survived by a daughter, Susan E.V. Lieberman of Hastingson-Hudson; a son, Barry Viuker of Mamaroneck; four sisters, Goldy Brown of Mamaroneck, Evelyn Rhodes of White Plains, Vivian Plonsey of Chapel Hill, N.C., and Belle Robinson of White Plains; and three grandchildren. A sister, Rose Diskint, died earlier. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Westchester Riverside Memorial Chapel in Mount Vernon.

War Il veteran Marine sergeant during the Korean War, serving as a supply unit clerk in the reserves. His daughter, Donna Garofalo, said he enjoyed photography and baseball. He is survived by his wife of Yonkers; a son, Stephen of Cortlandt; two daughters, Donna Garofalo of Yonkers and Joanne Crysler of Putnam Valley; and six grandchildren. Sinatra Funeral Home in Yonkers is handling the arrangements. Paid The Kensico Cemetery A CENTURY OF CARING Westchesters Most Beautiful For Information or Non-Sectarian FREE COLOR BROCHURE Visit Call or Write Burial Lots from $200 Robert Lent (914) 949-0347 on the Bronx River Parkway Valhalla, New York 10595 One year, $237; six months, three months, one month, $19.75.

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A CORRECTIONS: The policy of this newspaper is to correct all errors in the news content promptly and prominently. Readers are invited to call errors to the attention of the editors. Love, your children, John, Ann Marie, Leonard Jr, Gina, Louis, Michael and grandchildren DI PIPPO, Leonard J. Happy 3rd Anniversary in Heaven have only your memory, dear husband To remember my whole life through But the sweetness lingers forever As I treasure the image of you Love, your wife, Judy KRAWECKI, Richard Happy Birthday in Heaven Ricky You are forever in our hearts will never be forgotten. Rest in Peace.

Mom Carlucci MENNA, Lucy Happy 1st Birthday in Heaven. We miss you very much. Love Alfred Jean PERRONE, Raymond Dear Ray, today you would have been 16 years old. Happy Sweet Sixteen to you in Heaven. miss you and love you very much.

Love Fovever, Mommy SOLDANO, Catherine Happy Eighth Anniversary in Heaven We love and miss you very much. Love, Daughters Mary, Sadie Families LODGE NOTICES HOWAT, Helen. Helen MacGregor Lodge D.O.S. announces with regret the death of Sister Helen Howat. Services will be held Wednesday evening Phillips Funeral Home, Ludlow St, 8pm.

Frances MacPhail, Chief Daughter Jeanette Beveridge, Secretary VALENTINE, Charles. Officers Members of the Village of Mamaroneck Fire Department will meet at COXE GRAZIANO FUNERAL HOME on Thursday, October 11 at 7:30 pm to pay their respects to Ex-Chief Charles Valentine. Anton Pachwicz Captain SPECIAL NOTICES THANK YOU ST. JUDE FOR ANSWERING MY CARD OF THANKS CASTLEBERRY, John L. We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all of our friends, neighbors and relatives for their many acts of kindness during the illness and death of our Beloved husband, father, uncle and brother.

We especially want to thank Rev. Robert Mason, Anita Whitehead, the Missionaries and the family of the Union Baptist Church; the Westchester Community Organization, the Fairview Community Center and Joanne and Ted of Lees Funeral Home. We love and thank God for you all. Virginia and family FUNERAL DIRECTORS AT YOUR SERVICE Burr Davis-Sharpe Funeral Home, Inc 16 3rd Ave, Mt Vernon, NY 10550 914-699-9700 COXE-GRAZIANO FUNERAL HOME 767 East Boston Road 914-698-5968 FOX, JOHN FUNERAL HOME, INC 2080 Boston Post Rd, Larchmnt, NY 10538 8 914-834-0144 GEO. T.

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