Lena Buck Obituary
Obituaries J, PAUL BUSHNELL AnElksgravesideservicewlllbc held at 2 p.m, Monday, April 15 In Hall Cemetery in Woodstock for J. Pali Bushnell, 59, of Woodstock, who died Wednesday at Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover, N.H. Active for many years In state and local Elks affairs, he was the past pre sldent and current director of the Vermont Grocers Association. HewasborninBrattleboroAug. 16, 1914, a son of Jason and Florence (Barbour) Bushnell, attended Brattleboro schools and Boston University and was an Army Air Force veteran of World War II. He was paslpresident of the Brattleboro Chamber of Commerce, of that town's Klwanls Club and Community Chest. Ho leaves his widow, the former Milkcent Page, whom he married in Ml; two sons, two brothers, three sisters, and relatives locally. There are no calling hours, end Ihe family has suggested memorial contributions to the Vermont Silver Towers Camp for retarded children through the National Bank In Woodstock, Mrs. JACK W.ROGERS The funeral of Mrs. Lena Rogers, 69, of Randolph, mother of Hugh Rogers of Bennington, who died Thursday morning at Gilford Memorial Hospital k Randolph after a short illness; will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Day Funeral Home in Randolph, with the Rev. Albert Kime officiating. She was the widow of Jack W. Rogers who died in 1935. She was born Dec, 2, 1884, m Worcester, a daughter of Eugene and Nellie (Pratt) Buck. She was married Sept. m, 1908, and for many years the couple operated the Rogers Boot Shop In Montpelier. Mrs, Rogers was later employed as a housemother for Tneta CM fraternity at Norwich University, and then worked as a housemother of the Senior Club there. Prior toenteringtheEasternStar Home In Randolph in 1969, she made her home for a few years with her son in Be nn In gton. She was a member of the Morris Chapl cr ol the Order of the Eastern Star In Montpelier. She also leaves another son, Lt. Col Leyton Rogers ot Springfleld, Va and seven grandchildren. Memorial contributions to the Eastern Star Home in Randolph have been suggested by the family. There will be no culling hours at the funeral home. Burial will be in Worcester Cemetery at a later date, Mrs , HOLL1S BENOIT Funeral services for Mrs. Nellie Tatro Benoit, 70, who died Wednesday at the Vermont Medical Center In Burlington, weretobeheldthlamomingalSt. Mary's Church of MidrLebury, with burial at a later date Id be In Evergreen Cemetery in NewKaven. She was bom Aug. 16, 1903, .In New Haven, a daughter of William and Nora (Duprey) Tatro, receivedher education In the schools ol New Haven and Bristol and lived for most of h er life in the Middlebur y area. She is locally survived by a brother, Raymond Tatro of Bennington. She also leaves a daughter, Mrs. Lucille Reed of Middlebur y ; five sisters, Mrs . Mary Blair, Mrs. Stella Whittemore, and Mrs, Kalherlne Mitchell, all of Mlddlebury; Mrs. Ella McGinn of North Oxford, Mass.' and Mrs. Edna LaRose of Albany, N.Y.; another brother, Harlan Tatro; several nieces and nephews. Mrs. ROSS E. BROWN The burial of the late Mrs. Florence White Brown, wife of attorney Ross E. Brown of Morris town, N.Y., scheduled for Friday, April 13, at 1:30 p.m. at Grand - view Cemetery in North Bennington, has been postponed, the Haison - Walbridge Funeral Service reported this morning. The time and date of interment will he announced by the funeral home at a later date.