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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1999 DETROIT FREE PRESS 7B OBITUARIES Allene Doctoroff: Highly respected by trial judges By M.L ELRICK FREE PRESS STAFF WRITER Allene Doctoroff Allene Doctoroff, a psychologist highly attuned to the needs of her clients and her family, was hailed Tuesday as an invaluable resource for Oakland County, Circuit Court judges both in and outside the courtroom. "She was very highly respected among the trial judges," said Michigan Court of Appeals Judge Hilda Gage, who worked with Mrs. Doctoroff during most of her 18 years on the Oakland circuit bench, "That's not even to talk about what kind of friend, mother, wife and community person she was." Gage said Mrs. Doctoroff, 64, who died of cancer Tuesday at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, helped judges decide difficult custody cases. "She was just a tremendous help for the judges, especially in family law cases, where you've got two good parents or two bad parents," Gage said. "It's that critical kind of expertise that you need as a judge." Gage said in addition to providing judges with in-depth analysis and insight, Mrs. Doctoroff often served as a sounding board for judges and their families. "My kids would come to her for advice," Gage said. Born Allene Ruth Miller in Detroit, Mrs. Doctoroff received a bachelor's in liberal arts from the University of Michigan in 1956. In 1974, she received a master's in education and, in 1978, a PhD in education from U-M. Her son Andrew said she was a licensed psychologist who also maintained a private practice. Andrew Doctoroff said his mother spoke regularly about child custody issues before meetings of the State Bar of Michigan and the American Bar Association. She was a member of the Michigan Board of Psychology from about 1985 to 1991, and served as chairwoman in 1990. "In dealing with people, she was very empathetic," her son said. "There was kind of a blend of empathy, morality and practicality that made her a uniquely humane, profound person who engendered such strong feelings by those who knew her." Andrew Doctoroff said his mother was also a pianist, a voracious reader and current events maven. "She was a CNN addict," he said. "She was basically someone who was plugged into everything going on around her, in terms of how people related to one another." Survivors also include her husband of 43 years, Michigan Court of Appeals Judge Martin Doctoroff; sons Daniel, Mark and Thomas, and five grandchildren. A funeral will be 1 p.m. Thursday at the Ira Kaufman Chapel, 18325 West Nine Mile, Southfield. Burial will be in Beth El Memorial Park in Livonia. M.L. ELRICK can be reached at 313-223-4456 or elrickfreepress.com. f . 1 I it y Hattie Lyles Hattie Lyles One of city's first black RNs ' Hattie L. Lyles, one of Detroit's first black registered nurses, died of heart failure Thursday at Providence Hospital in Southfield. She was 85 and lived in Southfield. Born Hattie Louise Atkinson in Nashville, Tenn., she moved to Detroit with her parents when she was 5. After graduating from Northeastern High School, Mrs. Lyles attended the Lincoln School for Nurses in New York. She returned to Detroit and worked as a registered nurse for 20 years in hospi tals and for the Detroit Health Department. Her daughter, Linda Lyles Daniels, said her mother's first break came in the spring of 1941, when she was one of 13 nurses who integrated the nursing staff at Herman Keifer Hospital in Detroit. In 1946, her daughter said, Mrs. Lyles was the first black registered nurse hired by the Wayne County Health Department. She worked in homes, schools and a baby clinic in Inkster. Until retiring in 1972, Mrs. Lyles spent 15 years as a caseworker for the Michigan Department of Social Services, helping people in nursing homes. "Throughout her life she was a prolific reader," her daughter said. "At elementary-school age, :she read every book in the children's section of the main branch of the Detroit Public Library, which was near her home on Theodore." In her later years, Mrs. Lyles was distressed that cataracts prevented her from reading the newspaper every day. Her daughter said her mother DEATHS ELSEWHERE Don Sanders Watergate Committee lawyer JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -Don Sanders, 69, a former Senate lawyer who revealed the existence of a recording system in the White House during Richard Nixon's administration, died Sunday of cancer. Mr. Sanders was the Republi-, can staff lawyer on the Senate i 1 f Every Tuesday. i Interim technology director to move on DETROIT A second person who helped oversee the city's multimillion-dollar computer overhaul is leaving. Carl Bentley, who had served as deputy director of the city's Information Technology Services deparment, will head a similar department for the City of Taco- ma, Wash. His last day is Oct. 15. Bentley became interim director after the department's former head, Nicole Fontayne-Mack, left to serve as chief information officer in Broward County, Fla., in July. in a news release issued Tuesday, Mayor Dennis Archer said Bentley "demonstrated great leadership and dedication to duty," during his work with ITS since 1994. Bentley helped to start a city Web site and played a key role in overseeing implementation of the Detroit Resource Management System, an upgrade of the city's computers that cost more than $80 million. But there were also problems with personnel, training and access to the system, according to a recent study for the city. Those problems have also delayed payments to some businesses and community groups. Greg Bowens, press secretary for Archer, said Tuesday that Bentley's departure "has nothing to do with" problems with the new system. A national search is being conducted to fill the director and deputy director posts, Bowens said. ByDarciMcConnell Men tied to alleged child pornography ring charged ASSOCIATED PRESS CHARLEVOIX - Three men have been charged with involvement in an alleged child pornography ring that may have operated since the 1970s. One suspect is accused of taking young males from the Thumb area to Detroit and Charlevoix County for sexual activity. Police say the boys were given alcohol, marijuana and monev for clothes. James Harold Fuller, 64, of Boyne City was arraigned Tuesday on two counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of soliciting prostitution. He was jailed on $3,000 bond. Charged earlier were Roland Reed Ray, 77, of Charlevoix, and Rigoberto Arevald Vega, 61, of Kinde. Both are accused of sexually assaulting boys and produc ing sexually explicit photographs and videos involving children. Police say the alleged porn ring has operated for years. Victims from the mid-1970s have come forward, Charlevoix County Sheriff George Lasater told the Petoskey News-Review. The alleged crimes came to light when the parents of a victim contacted police after their underage son told them about sexu al activity allegedly arranged by Vega, the newspaper reported Tuesday. Police say Vega arranged for the victims to travel to Charlevoix County and Detroit for sex. Police say he photographed young boys or young men having sex with each other and sometimes he had sex with them, the News-Review reported. was quiet, but affectionate. "She very much enjoyed her family and friends," Daniels said, adding that her mother had many friends dating back to her elementary-school days. She also belonged to the Wednesday Night Bridge Club for more than 40 years and was devoted to her grandchildren. "She spent many hours accompanying her granddaughter to school and extracurricular activities for blind children," Daniels said. Survivors also include two grandchildren. Visitation will be held 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday at the James H. Cole Home for Funerals, 2624 West Grand, Detroit, and 10 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Vernon Chapel AME Church, 18500 Norwood in Detroit. A funeral service will be held immediately after Saturday's visitation. Burial will be in United Memorial Gardens in Plymouth. Harriet Kanter Active in Jewish organizations Harriet E. Kanter, a teacher who was active in Jewish public-service organizations, died of kidney failure Monday at theHunt-ington Woods home of her son, Jerome. She was 69 and lived in West Bloomfield. Born in Chicago, Mrs. Kanter taught in Detroit public schools and at Cranbrook. She was a member of the Organization for Rehabilitation and Training, Hadassah and the Michigan Jewish AIDS Coalition board. Survivors include her husband, Austin; daughter, Elizabeth Gros-kind; sons Jerome and Daniel; five grandchildren; mother Alice Egrin; one sister, and three brothers. A funeral will be held at 3 p.m. today at the Ira Kaufman Chapel, 18325 West Nine Mile, Southfield. Burial will be in Beth El Memorial Park in Livonia. Watergate Committee who first asked then-presidential aide Alexander Butterfield whether there was a recording system in the White House. After Butterfield confirmed 'that there was, Mr. Sanders said he rushed to tell Fred Thompson, the lead minority counsel and now a Republican senator from Tennessee. ITpI FuneralsService Today BOYD HOLCOMB SEME B.U m DOROTHY M. Age 53, September 26. Beloved wife of eg uci cuuiiv.nh.ui.iiur op iPnnhiinii RAYMOND Age 14. September 26, 1999. Beloved ALEXJOHN A. 9:30 a.m. Mass at St. Sebastian Catholic 1 ItZZn I .bfw S.p"mb 1 P&tfdJfar'VlX' Church, 3965 Merrick, Dearborn Heights. X orandVother RMoM T fni CarMCIndW Six grandchlldn also sSrvive! AXIAK, ANTHONY 9:30 a.m. service Irom Church ol Tuesday 1-9 p.m. Buehler Funeral Home , 26429 ?.S InS Snh. and their hS Visitation Tuesday at the Calcaterra-Sobocinikl DivineChild, (Silvery Lane at Wilson, Dearborn Gratiot, Rosevllle. Funeral service Wednesday. Instate v!StI?ion tond.!im !nmu.5m fmn Honw' 22121 "lly RJ' (Bet !,nl1 ' Mile), ..vi cv fu,.,.,,. cn.r.i :30m "i,h "r,i ' 10 m- ' St. Raymond Catholic ''L ?S, n 2?yM!ont.rPv it 'th. KskiS Eastpointe. 2 till 9 p.m. with 7 p.m. Rosary. Funeral B!?nmL.E WmWht5I7 rf't ffiuf i?i m " Church, 20103 Joann, Detroit. Ef" IS-SV, Rd Farminnton Hill i Rol and Vrtonesday beginning at the funeral home :30 to Our HZJZTJ , ... r - ii CANVASSER "igB flpXSSZffA Kfffi"" SET Church ,or 10:30 AAa"' Burial Mt' BEDNAR, JOSEPH J. Mass 10 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic ...,. B,..H S",Ah5,55 ,-..,...... n... Endowment Fund of the Monastery, or Hospice of O""' Cemetery. Church. ElAINeTBeta of Richard PhJSl.l c.n.rir Southeastern Michigan. Arrangements by Wm.iulllvan BYARS, EDNA 1, a.m. a. the AshleyScott Funeral fai,&?gXL&?Xb& Son Fun.r.lH.m. Royal Oak. THOMAS GORDON of Roneo September 26 o, H. Home, 340 E. 9 Mile Road, Hazel Park kWW$SSS!!''l!Sl HOWARD ntlSSSSS. CANVASSER, ELAINE Services 11:30 a.m. at th. Ira C,I, EkreLm'V - . .-.V? t i n - c . a Beloved wife Sarah Janet Mitchell; beloved children Kaufman Chapel, 248-569-0020. if&V'Sf..", f iwii!? i ai. r?J,he t.rSri5 L0LA ',lSi ,clin,0J Township. Died Saturday Patricia Griffin, Janet Blcanich, Stephen M. Smith, nun. i a ru.Bi cc a id n nn .m .,.. .. ft m V.SlC ..'ft,. ,.l .?,. Srh.Lcf SfJP'tmberM, "?? in "! hlm !"?""nS Aor .'"l",1' Brian P. Smith, an R. Smith and the late Karen Smith. T?5i ie,m.t5 h' 4uni wArhlrVii pK, MMM Jam fni!ZXlSlKHiuLrl?Ji' Lh 1,-a!Jl50rn. ".V'Wl ?' H ii'" 1 " beloved grandchildren. Staff Sergeant Smith enlisted Trust 100 Funeral Home, 46401 W. Ann Arbor Rd. Ply. 248-569-0020. Interment Clover Hill Park Cemetery. Mansfield most other lite before moving to Michigan 14 june 4 1942 United States' Army Air Force Military CUNNINGHAM, GERALDC. "PICKLE" 11 a.m. Greater rADDnt I y''i.rJ.,'!!,iii'& IfA.?? ui. 5?JnlEr,0.n. cSRm Organization 91st Bomb Group, 401st Bomb squadron. Ebeneier Missionary Baptist Church, 18751 Fenkell. UKKULL technician in south Macomb Hospital, warren, Michi- Military occupation airplane armorer gunner. Military J.,u.,,.- . , . , . r HOWARO A. Age 75. September 26, 1999. Beloved jan, retirino in 1988 She Is siyvived by eight children qualification AAF Air Crew Member Badge (Wings). HACHIGIAN, VOSKI. II a.m. at St. Johns' Armenian husband of the fate Mary. Dearest father of Michael including (See and Richard Jent of Warren; 14 Battles and Campaigns Air Offensive Europe. Decoro- Church, Southfield. (Janet). Michele (Thomas Vayko, Leslie (Tony) grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Friends lions and Citations American Theater and EAME with 1 holcomb S R Helen mary lEuohemla Elizabeth) zaremski, Lisa (David) Walker and Patrice Loving may call Wednesday September 29, 19 from z-4 and 64 Brome Star. Flew in two combat missions in a B-17 130amattnrMonastervof Blessed SacTamfnt Grandfather of tin. Oear brother ot Vera and Orvllle p.m. in th; Snyder Funera Home, Mansfield, OH , aircraft over enemy occupied territory of Germany. jujuam at the Monastery ot Biesseo bacrament. Funeral service Wednesday I p.m. at the A.H. Peters where the funeral service will be held Thursday at ll was shot down over Holland on second mission. JONES, RICHARO B. 11 a m. at Potere-Modeti Funeral Funeral Homt , 20705 Mack at Vernier, Grosse Pointe " Entombment will follow n Oak Grove Memorial captured February 1944 and held Prisoner ot War in Home, 339 Walnut Blvd.,Rochester. Wds. Visitation Tuesday 1-10 p.m. Elks Lodge of Sorrow park Masusoleum. Memorial contributions to the Germany for 15 months belore he made his escape in , ,.M , m,m n . m .t m Tuesday 7:30pm. American Heart Association may be made at the April I94S. Visitation Tuesday 2-9 p.m. at the Roth-Mulr KJElrh im.Me " " a 5 funeral home. Funeral Home, Romeo. Monica Church, Kalamazoo. COOK " """" KOTZAN, JOSEPH Funeral mass is 11 a.m. from Our puoriA mapjobie Pjiii awv nt n 1994 KANTER SOBOL Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church, Waterford follo'wing avel brf .battle 'wim cancer Age 65! HAf RI",E:rB!!ove.c' i;!,.ArgvVini(nat.trerr.?n,ia.i ELEANOR September 27, 1999. Age 78. Beloved wife of KRISHAN, ELIZABETH V. 9:30 a.m. at John K. Solosy Dear wife of Rudolph "Rudy": loving mother of Brian -tX. J"r. rom ub-U (Eric) Groskind George. Dear mother of James fCharlene) Soboj, and Funeral Home, 3206 Fort. Lincoln Park. Wry M Parsons, Julie (Kurt) Carr and John XX V":0' ,3m,ther the hite Georgia Douglas. Dear sister of the late Frank , . ..... ... - (Elizabeth Ball; loving grandmother of Gregory, "O" bVIS a...m v.?,,., U iSiliJ rpn.. r Gordon. Dear grandmother of Paul Sydney Sobol, LIPSON,NATHAN10:00atCloverHill Emily, Katie, Zachery and Tyler; loving sister to Brenda k .5K5rf.Sf.tV?!i r,l.rLa,nh.an ASr.c?rin Mark (Lisa) Sobol, Stacey (Joseph) Newman, and Cemetery Chapel and Rita; dearest Auntie 'We" to Debbie, Vickl. ;Ln,d "2 SSS Pri-iiSf inr9 r S.n-i cSlJin- Michael (Megan) Douolos. bear great-grandmotner of noon michael Q ii a m at th. Hnnrrnft Fun.rAi Simon and Emma; greatest auntie to Michelle and i'"rDMcri. Rachel Sobol and Benjamin Newman. Visitation HVrni ?wi i jhn B HA,.TpJrk Holcro" Fun,r' Jeffrey; dear step-molher to Gary (Roxanne) Cook and Eva,,",?;kE&an.d.HA'a.(.?J'iLyJ ?Vi ft. ifl.... Wednesday 2-9 p.m. at Wuek-Calcaterra a Sons, Inc., Home, 23919 John. R Hazel Park. James (Paula) (Took; dear step-grandmother to Jennl- IfJWl'Stt 'V'ta!nf V..h f? mIXSESu 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Pwky 116 Mile). Funeral PETROWSKI, LEONARD t. Funeral at St. Joseph fer, Michael, Buffy, Brandy, Kelly, Teresa, Lisa, Jason IIJK Jit8,' i,S?.;JIXrEfir'm 61 Memorl" Services Thursday 10:00 a.m. a) Funeral Home. Church at 10 a.m. and surrogate to many. Lifetime member ot TBPA. Park (Temple Israel Garden section). interment Resurrection. Memorials may be made to pnuTE ai ncDT i i.a.Liii.. ..ntuin.m m... Funeral Wednesday II a.m. Querteld Funeral Home, Capuchin Monastery. .NlTELrE,?JhJlns,a,a'30a'muntll'0a'mMa,, 1200 Oakwood, Dearborn. Visitation Tuesday 1-9 p.m, . . KAPLAN St. Dennis Church. Memorials to Leukemia Society of America. ANN "ANNIE" Beloved wlte of Simon "Sy" Kaplan. STEPANIAK JAXSM cusick WMX&A!M3& REDLIN, HELEN CELIA Mass 10 a.m. St. Elizabeth Ann fCHAE L A Suddenly September 26, 1999. Aoe 51 of KRa?Vffi Davidson (Kenneth) Michele Kurkowski (Mark) S.,onci,urch,280E.Squar.Lak.,Troy,E..,Liv.rnoi, Berkley. Retired SgUoyalOak M-fe ?r,ndmo,h, cot, . I Brandon Kaplan and Er . r jmj Hjjj SfoHsrpEi;koSfcChauha!or!r,FUn'ralHme cS,n?.,0:.$!.TKynrinX0tn,d.Nh,.t, WAJ?ErAUF& to si. Pius latnouc cnurcn tor . jo mass. Annette M. Cusick. Brother of Patricia Cusick. Family UNTO Crooks Rd. (btw. Maple 8, Big Beaver) Tuesday 5-8 p.m., SCHIELKE, GUNTHER 11 a.m. A.H. Peters Funeral will receive friends Tuesday 5-8 p.m. and Wednesday 2-8 LEO A. of Lake Orion. September 25, 1999. Age 79. He Wednesday 2-8 p.m. Prayers Wednesday 7jim. Home, 20705 Mack at Vernier, Grosse Pte Woods ., scripture service Wednesday 7 p m. at Vasu, was a loving and devoted lather ot five children and two Visitation at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, no E ,., , . ,.,.,. . -,,.,, u.i. Rodgers A, Conned Chapel ot A.J. Desmond A Sons, 32515 grandchildren. He will be deeply missed. Mr. Llnto Square Lake, Troy (btw. Rochester 6. Livernois) rS.T.i'.i1 lih iMSn. -.W p Woodward (btwn. 13-14 Mile). Funeral Liturgy begins served with distinction In the Army-Air Force during Thursday 9:30 a.m. until Mass at 10 a.m. Christians Catholic Church, 12635 McDougall Wednesday 9:30 a.m. at the funeral home with world War II. Private family services have been held at SKONIECZNY, IRENE 9:30 a. Mass of the Christian procession to Our Lady of LaSalette, 2600 Harvard I (at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. SULLIVAN Burial at St. Mark's Catholic Church. f Jfill'Si'i H'Ull! D.?rar.arV MAmri.'!.' ?J GEORGE F. JR. Beloved husband of the late Sharon L. STIHLER-JONES, GRACE 11 am a. the A.H. pSSH SMSJiMiJtHSmi LISOWSKI &ffilnn&t Funeral Home, 32000 Schoenherr at Masonic. 1 c BERNARD Age 77, September 27. Beloved husband of jjf'." YERT, FRANCES T. In state 9 a.m. until time of mass at DEVLIN PSow.tli'Mark'fDe'bwl!! LovJsk!1, Ka?en Paul (Barbara) Sullivan and Phyllis (Elvin) Hooker! 10 a.m. St. Dorothy Church, Warren REGINA ROSE Beloved wife of the late Edward. Dear r ?"?a0',ri 'rt b nnlirt ik Athi..ni Liuwikl Also Visitation Tuesday 3-5 i 6-9 p.m. at the Livonia Chapel of tioi .nmin nnsiai n i.t... m.m .. ti..).r mother 4)f Thomas, Michael (Lorraine) and Miriam rav7id BJ elevJn theHarrvJ.WIHFuneralHome,370006Mlle(E.otl-275). Zr?h5Kiim.h5..5,meJ.anma St' slm,er Devlin-Ruelle. Dear sister of Marion E. Ryan. Also UJ " J! !"S,av S n m T ha Nc.aroisav Funeral Wednesday II am. Burial Glen Eden Cemetery. Church until time of M.ss.t 10.30am , d ? , .ndchildr.n and five greaj I grand- "J Memorials to Alzheimer. Association appreciated. IrfU ?JlV,r. tlJr rh J?h M.Vr2i mirnv in. m vkilit loS Northville. For time of Mass Thursday at Our Lady ol e,vl . IhllH Death Notices ?fhin.,rhr rh Victory Catholic Church, call 248-348-1233. Memorial SZYLLER fi'mJ fMchiSaT ?Ave Tuesday o m and contributions to the American Cancer Society would be JERZY J. (GEORGE) September 26, 1999. Beloved son HELPFUL HINT VZJt!iiJllm,M- ' ifr?.ttWii IrSXuld.ebohutnu,rv?JoarlbSrsy " beM"CiarV Mi LYol P,7te1WfflilSrSW or to inquire about survivor benefits DUDA MARY A Aoe 84 September 24J 999 Beloved wife of the ren. Funeral Wednesday 9:30 a m. from the D.S. 7 00a m to 7 00 o m Mondav throuoh Friday LARRY . age 47. Beloved father of Melody, Ryan and i.teXrst M Tyon II Dearest S o Jeffrey Temrowskl A Sons Funeral Home 30009 Hoover Rd. At 7 m, m-t0 7 00 p m Won'"'y ro"W Fr""ly the late Larry Jr. Dear son of Frank and the fate Shirley Kathleen) and the iatrHurst M (Madeline) Common (12 12 Ml) St. Sylvester Church 10 a.m. ai I a on Duda. Brother of Donald (Laura) and Matthew Lyon, III. Proud grandmother of Kathleen (Roni Visitation tuetday 5-9 p.m. ALLAKU (Stephanie) Duda. Fiance of Donna Haluska. Funeral I pfetty ,nd Hurst M IV "Sonny " Proud adopted JOHN K, Beloved husband of Katherlne M. Dearest Service Thursday 12 noon at Kaul Funeral I Home 27830 grandmother of Edwin and Annette, great grandmother TEBO father of Diane Allard Deborah Sternad l Joseph) and Gratiot, Roseville. Visitation Wednesday 5-9 p.m. of Tiffany and Ronnie Pretty. Dearest sister of the lata CECELIA D September 26 1 999 Beloved mother of MArlATmAnrf DiiPONT Maroaref Jason, Floy Holton and Arthur Key., f m TjJanerte mio" 6015 5 Stacy and Samantha. Dear brother of Florence, Mary, DUrUNT Survived by many nieces and nephews. Dear friend of D.vmonIj Ronald Scott Lisa Michael and Nancy f ihTt'h P!&.nm.n5nM.,rhv,inla S "R'X' "ICMEI- September 26, 1999. Beloved husband of Pat Graves' Fr. Gene Katcher, M. Cassie Marsh and S'.Tgradmofhif Vf iyan Katie Gr!5 Kim. SiKSl?:. ar.i A,a u.".-. nnsla Si.J.30; ?i Carrie. Dear father of Michael, Cory, and Krysta. Son of Rev. Mike Curry. Memorial service Wednesday, 6:30 cor.ychris, Cody, Trevof and Jenny Lynn Services yll!li!;-&'!l.t'lP-!iVPu$2 Frederick and Alice DuPont, and Lucy and Mark p.m Buehler Funeral Home, 26429 Gratiot, Roseville. Tuesday at 7:30 pm. at the Salewskl Funeral Home, IZ. ,.i umy. mik ifi7 AwS'Tt virntar ? - Crf2 Mayville. Brother of Jeanne, Christopher Mayville, Eric 19111 w Warren. In state Tuesday 1-9 p.m. Funeral Home, 20705 Mack Ave. at Vernier Rd., Grosse AAayrvilfe, Stephen Mayville, Alyssa Eldred. Visitation McFARLAND Pointe Woods. Wednesday 2-9 p.m. Services Thursday 11:30 a.m. at the ... ...,.h , .J? I,th..rf ,h. ,. TOPOREK John N SAntAlu A ton EunerAl Homa ino Inkster Rd GILES September 25, 1999. age 84. Husband of the lata lyrunsn AMEZ (Bet Ford Rd and Cherry Hill) Barbara. Father of Gerald "(Clara), David (Karen). KAROLINA Age 83, September 26. Survived by nieces mEBur n..r i.,J "!,n.Z ir,.u,ni .nH mri.1.. '""rr0K ""'-nerryniii). , Richard, Edmund and Nancy (Thomas) Abraham. (6 andnephews Visitation Wed 10am a) the Northrop-Sai- lrT-h.PLZrJTuirLXSr Sr..?!? PARR AH grandchildren and many great grandchildren. Brother saman Funeral Home, 19091 Northville Road (at 7 Mile), t$JJELA!J?!rrtiSE&rt!A . . . - ilS . w . of Lawrence (Phyllis) and JeanMathie. ServiceslOa.m. Northville until time of service at 11am. Memorials to l,' mir'&rf'crLY' Jl S"I? IsSCJJ bAliR 5Pmf .'. Dear daughter of Monday September 27 at the Lyle Elliott Funeral Home Angela Hospice would be appreciated. . Kathy (Richard) Ernst and Larry (Mary) Amez. Kathleen Dubro (George) and Donald A. Farran. Sister 31730 Mound Rd. Warren. Beloved friend ot Linda Young. Funeral Service 0f Tammy Mauch. Granddaughter of Alex and Marilyn TRENACTY Wednesday 10:00 a.m. at the Arthur J. VanLerberghe Meldrum Memoriel visitation at A.J. Desmond A Sons aacvedc irehuji i Funeral Home 30600 Harper, St. Clair Shores (btwn 12-13 fSSHo ffoSiii b w. Maple & Big .... . J".?:.?,5 . ,..,. n.., JHN 8e September 25, 1999. Beloved husband of Mile). Visitation Tuesday 2-9 p.m. leaver) SatTrday, Mober at p.m until Memorial L,?5Ph,Ki0ud, Elsie forV60 years. Loving father of Tom (Lln)Trenasty serviceat3Dm FamllvsuooestsmemorlalstoTralnlno . A . father ot Stuart (Reoecca) Meyers ana oeveriey and Jane Warren. Proud grandfather of Todd, Christy, BARNETT a'dfrMtmeK XX Meyerv Grandfather of Alex and Ma tthrw Pennie Albakal, and Karfa Vastlne. Brother of Mary DHknE i i Sl I II, ,!!)) ' "i". """'" ", Meyers. Brother of Evelyne Carl Karbel and iihiikand BettvStudenkaof Ohio Visitation Tuesday 4-9 ILA M. September 26, 1999. Age 64. Dear mother of Susan Berkley, Ml 48072. th,'lt, Dr Edw,rd M(y'erl Bromer ln w 0( "IS7,Ksi Mosley (Jim), Larry Barnelt (Patty), Dienne Hunter bccmstda Eleanor Meyers, Sol (Lillian) Atkins and Norman m- fil J ftM riRVfA (Rick) and Gary Barnett (Bobbie), bear grandmother FEENSTRA (Charlotte) Atkins. Also many loving nieces, nephews Rd F,rminaton iHills Ml with procession to St Fabian ot Brandon, Aaron, Jason, Cruzita, Ryan, Watt, Adam, BARBARA R. Sept. 26, 1999. Beloved wife of Fernon. other relatives and friends. Services 11:00 Wednesday catholic Church 32200 W Twelve Mile, Farminaton Jeremy. Justin, Andrew, Amanda, end Emily. Dear oear mother of Jenifer (Richard) Carbonneau, Mat- morning at CLOVER HILL PARK CEMETERY HillsforFuneralMassatlOa m Entombment Michigan sister o Norma Woodring, Rev. Fred Wibert(Bev), and (hew, Kelly (Cheryl), Leigh (Thomas) Byrd, Tracy CHAPEL. Arrangements by the The Ira Kaufman Me'mori,ii park lFa(iRJVum-c"'omorn"m"nlc"lv,n Chuck Wibert (Betty). Visitation at Stone Haven Free (Arthur) Trost, Daniel, and Kristen(Dino)Poulos. Dear Chapel (248) 569-0020 '"-'.'-""""". Methodist Church, 1349 Wattles, Troy Ml, 48098, grandmother of Arthur, Chelsea, Cory, Alyson, Karely TDOriMfi Thursday, 10:30 a.m. until funeral service at 11 a.m. and Nicholas. Sister of Sandra Krause, Judith Herring- NORTON . t . . .t , . . Family will receive friends Tuesday and Wednesday 2-9 ton and Steven Boyink. Visitation Tuesday 12-3 and ?9 ,;,L., . ... . . ., JOHN P. Dearest brother of Rose, the late Joseph p m. at Vasu, Rodgers Connell Chapel of A.J. p m. at Neely-Turowski Funeral Home 30200 Five Mile, GEORGE EDWIN Age 67 of Walled Lake, Ml. Survived (Mary) and the late Steven (Charmaino) Troceen. Dear Desmond i Sons, 32515 Woodward (Bet. 13-14 Mile). (Betw Middlebelt8,Meriiman). Rosary Tuesday 7 p.m. by his wife Joyce M. Norton and their seven children, uncle of Ross and Joseph Trocino (Paula), Daniel Memorials to Stone Haven Free Methodist Church. Instate Wednesday at St. Aidan Catholic Church at 10 Jeannie (McBride) Colorado, Vicky (McGeary) Steve- (Elsie), Cynthia Porco (Gary) and Michelle Eller a m until time of funeral Mass at 11 a m. Memorials sonville, Ml, Tammy (Driggers) Florida, Harold Norton (Kevin). Dear friend ot Shirley Wiederhold. Services 11 BECK may be made to the University of Michigan Hospital, Adrian, Ml George Jr., flolt, Ml, Wendy (WHtscheck a.m. Wednesday at the A.H. Peters Funeral Home 20705 ........ ... . . . . , , , k ,, Luno Transplant Support Group Jackson, Ml, Joyce Kay Morris) Michigan Center. Ml Mack Ave. at Vernier Rd., Grosse Pointe Woods. FRANKLIN F., JR. Age 71, of Hillsdale, September 24. iun8 iranspiamaupponwoup. ,nd 25 grandchildren. Also survived by brother Herbert visitation 5-9 p.m. Monday, 1-9 p.m. Tuesday with M?,.", "ner ofFrank Beck Chevrolet-Cadillac, (rijBen Norton of warren. Ml; with over 40 nieces and nephews, Rosary at 6:45 p.m. Memorials to Sf Gertrude Catholic t1''.';??1? Frank was born in Buffalo, NY on November "l Clt luu Di Etj and great nieces i nephews. Private memorial service. Church, St. Clair Shores, appreciated. 6, 1927 to Franklin F Sr. and Lucy E. (Truckenport) AGNES September 25, age 85. Beloved wife of James J. i L : " Beck. He graduated from East High School in Buffalo in Loving mother ot Robert (Kathy) Dubiel, Kathleen iucii IICRCDDnTU 1944, and attended Michigan State University for three (Jerry) Mackelburg and Diane Mayer. Dear stepmoth- UPALlNiKI ucdckkw i n years, and served in the U.S. Army. On June 14, 1952, he er of Dennis (Andrea), Robert (Pegoy) 8. Thomas KATHERINE A. August 27, 1999. Beloved wife of the late PATRICIA J. age 65 of Huron Township, September 26. married Angela Cardina and she survives. Also (Terry)FosteriSandra(Dan)Bercha.Grandmotherof Frank. Loving mother of Gloria (Ray) Semoieden. 1999. Beloved wife of Walter. Dear step-mother of surviving are one daughter, Kathleen Beck of Ann ten. Greatgrandmother of tour. Sister of Lillian Mack Leavessix grandchildren and tour great-grandchildren. Thomas (Delene), Paul, James (Kathy) and Mary Arbor; five sons, Stephen, Peter (Linda) ot Hillsdale, and Harold Jozel. In state Wednesday 10 a.m. at St. Funeral services Friday 9 a.m. at St. Thomas Aquinas (Frank) Spencer Sister of Shirley (Richard) Heidler; Robert (Elise) of Buffalo, NY, Franklin of Hillsdale, Martin DePorres Church until time of Mass 10:30. Catholic Church. Funeral arrangements by the Salewskl Also survived by four grandchildren and three nephews. David (Charity) of Toledo, OH; a sister, Mae Beck ot Visitation Tuesday 2-9 p m. at the D.S. Temrowskl ( Funeral Home. E",".!.1. ThurHay. 'o; !.!" '"maf lL,Pl, of L.J. Marlboro, New Hampshire, and nine grandchildren. Sons Funeral Home, 30009 Hoover Rd. at Common (12Vi GrIHin Funeral Home, 7707 Middlebelt Rd at Ann Cremation has taken place. There will be a Memorial Mi.). Scripture service Tuesday 7 p.m. Donations OVERHOLT Arbor Trail). Family will receive Visitors Wed. 1-9 p.m. Mass, Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the St. Anthony Catholic appreciated to the American Cancer Society or the ...... 7 ,r,,,T ... j. ...... ......... Church In Hillsdale, officiated by Fr, Thomas Butler. Karmanos Cancer Institute. JERRY RUSSELL Age 72 of Alba, Ml, died Monday, VANCE There will be no visitation or calling hours. Memorials " - September 27, 999 at Crestmont Nursing Care Facility. MRYLEESeDtember26 1999 Beloved wife of the late are suggested to Hospice of Hillsdale County, Hillsdale FRITZ minrlilVnt IbJtl! 'tth! Au'H Sc&ty'of "dr&MotftW crrTh.Vn'n'i.rVJ.lM HAROLD R. Beloved husband of the late Ethel. Saal fjrn ffi10,?,. Zl, ? Vfrft S fr Grandmother of Cralo, Bradley, Alicia, and Douglas. fsisa vspt4rSwuxx SSS&Ltec BgNNgTT : Z!'1MZMM3, SA'Ti l&teAiTMr" BtNNtll Dearborn Heights. Visitation Tuesday 2-9 p.m. Michigan University. He was preceded in death by his CHARLES "RED" Age 87 September 25, 1999. Loving : ,on, (flyde In 1968 Arrangements by Sharp Funeral WAGNER husband of Marie. Dear father of Dennis (Mary Kayr, ' k6rlJj n. K...k-.rfuu..j. Homes, Fenton Chapel, lOOOSilver Lake Rd.,Fenton, Ml ISABEL (BETTY) Ol Dearborn. Beloved wife of the lata Christine (Robert) Saber, Thomas (Carolyn), Kathleen JOHN Age 85. Sep ember 26, 1999 Der bro her of Wanda y Rlphl Dear mother of Wr,. Gretchen Mellin (Cecil), Bennett and Mary Margaret (MichaeO Josephson fiakoczy, the late Alexander end the late Helen PSCIUK Mrs. kathryn Roos (Fred) and Mrs. Janice Smith Grandfather of Elizabeth, Geoffrey, Matthew, Brent Wroblewski. Survived by many nieces and rav.iun. (Davidl Also survived bv seven orandchildren and and William. Great grandfather of Tessa, Natalie and feaJ nephews, visitation at the Calcaterra-Sobocln- REGINALD J. September 25, 1999. Dear husband of i.n orea orandchild"en Service Wednesday 10 a m Cosette. Dear brotfier of Monna Bennett. Funeral skf Funeral Home, 22121 Kelly Rd. (Betwn. 819 Helene. Dear father of Katharine Rabine, Mark i, t irs 'presbytw Wednesday, Prayers 10:30 a.m. at S.K. Schulti, a Trust Mile), Eastpointe. Tuesday 4-9 PM. Funeral Wednesday (Karen) and the late William (Frann). Brother of the V"Z J .itation Tuesday 2-5 ; and 7-9 the Dearborn 100 Funeral Home, 21705 Gratiot at 8'i Ml. to St. Instate St. Barnabas Church, 24800 Phlox (S. of 10 Mile late Geraldine Faust. Also survived by five grandchild- chaoi of The Howt-Peterwn F Veronica Catholic Church, Eastpointe tor 11 a.m. Mass. Rd.) from 9:30 AM until time of Mass 10 AM. ren. lnstateWedi.esdayat9 30am.atSt. Mary Queenof Hai A Memorials suoaested to the First Visitation Tuesday 1-9 p.m., Rosary 7 p.m. Donations to creation Church, New Baltimore until time or liturgy at pi'irtJteTianchurenof the Capuchin Monastery. ' GECK 10 a.m. Visitation at Gendernallk Funeral Home 356O0 r'""V'"" """" B,ruAUTV BETTY M. Beloved sister of Francis, Virginia, Joseph Mai" , St. New Baltimore Monday trM p and WASSERFALLEN B.vAAnyn, m r??CHBANTYc ii a JlsosurM,7 K'rfail KATHERINE E. September 25, 1999. Age 91. Former RAYMOND L. Of Delray Beach, FL passed away on also surv 'ulISiJSBi!!!! ii Detroit Public School Teacher. Aunt of John H Santos. September 26, 1999. Mr. Bochanty was born October 31, p.m. Kaul Funeral Home, 27830 Gratiot, Roseville. In maai iuceo Jr (Candace), Charles F. Santos (Christine), and 19f9 In Detroit, Michigan. He served in the US Air Force state Thursday 9 a m until time of Mass 10 a.m. at RIPPLINGER Kristin . J Santos (Waltar Locketl) Also many ovlnq In WWII and workef for Chrysler Corporation tor 33 Sacred Heart Church. Scripture Wednesday 7 p.m. J0HM Seotember 18, 1999. Age 80. In Oregon 'City, friends and associates. Funeral service Friday 1 1 00 years i in Detroit. He was a 4th degrei i member of the .,.,,. Oregon, formerly of Southfield, Ml. Beloved husband ol a.m. at Vasu, Rodgers A Connell Chapel of A.J. Knights ol Columbus and moved to Delray Beach 24 HACHIGIAN Theresa. Survived by five children and four grandchild- Desmond Sons, 32515 Woodward (Bet 13-14 Mile) yeersaoo.Heissurvivedbyhiswife Jean (neeGornick) VOSKI Funeral Tuesday II a.m. St. Johns' Armenian ren. Services held September 22 in Family will receive friends Thursday 3:00-8:00 p.m. Bochanty; a son Terry Bochanty, three grandchildren cnurcn southfield. Interment Woodlawn. Arrange- Oregon City. ' Interment Acacia Park Cemetery. Memorials to Kafher- mem SIM0N JAVIZIAN FUNERAL HOME 2) Ine E. Wasserfallen Scholarship Fund at the Hilberry great-grandson i Brent Charles Ferousor t Funeral Mass 626-7815 or 3I3-869-410O ROWE Theatre, Wayne State University, Detro t, Ml. 48202. and burial will be held Wednesday In Delray Beach, FL. "unt 1 ' ' Lome A Sons Funeral Home , Delray Beach, Florida. 61AI1DT ROSE MARY Age 72. Died suddenly August 3rd. Beloved UUCCT ! HAUr I W(e o( Gartield. Preceded In death my her parents. "cs 1 ' RON A VENTURA DURWARO A. Age 19. September 26. 1999. Beloved survived by one brother and four sisters. Also leaves RAYMOND Sept. 27. 1999. Age 80. Beloved husband of , . " T, ,?J, . - , A . husband of Ann H. (nee Gergley). Dear father of Dennis many nieces end nephews. Private memorial mass Kathleen. Dear father of Kathleen West Raymond, SALVATORE September 25, 1999 Age 34 k Beloved son of A. Haupt and Deborah A. (Albert) Mille. Also survived SturdaTfor the family only. Bruce W. (Melenle) and the late Susan Rae Lewis Giuseppe (Giovanna). Dearest brother of Rosann by 6 grandchildren and 3 nieces. Service Wednesday '. . Larry). Grandfather of six. Greet-grandfather of lour. (Gaspare) Palazzolo Loying and proud orandson of if AM at Wm. Sullivan A Son Funeral Home, 705 W. Dipccn Brother ol Frank (Bubl, Genevieve Markey, Carolyn Rosa Visitation .Tuesday l-I j m. at Wuek-Calcaterra 11 Mile (4 blks E, of Woodward), Royal Oak. Visitation RUMU Koponen, Phyllis Doneld and the late Maroaret Son; Inc. ,36900 Schoenherr Rd , at Metro Pkwy. (16 Mile Tuesday 3-8 PM. Memorial contributions to Michigan BENNIE 4. of Attica formerly of St. Clair Shores, died Gunsolus Services at Manns-Ferguon Funeral Heme, Rd.) Rosary Tuesday 8 p.m. Prayers Wednesday 9 a.m. Parkinsons Foundation appreciated. Saturday, September 25, 1999. Dearest father of 17000 Mlddleboft, S. of 6 Mile, Thursday II a.m. at funeral home followed by 10 am. Mass at San Catherine (Duane) Lestage of Attica; Rose Ann Visitation Tuesday and Wednesday 2-9. Francesco Church, 22870 S. Nunneley. Intombment; HEATON Russo-Belz of Sterling Hgls; Joseph (Libbie) Russo of 1 ' Resurrection Cemetery. EPPA HUNTON Age 89 September 27. 1999 Husbend of W"ciw iS WILLIAMS . BRBWFJR Nancy Murphy Heaton. Father of Michael H (Camilla) ""r.'i.o ,r nine orandchldren and two ANNIS A. Age 93, September 25, 1999. Beloved mother of ...aw., a .. i . I a . . , olChester,NewHampshire.LeslieH.Evans(Robert)ol iSdchMdrtn Fuitera'n 0a m ThurJdavaSt Bill (Eleanor) and Jack (Mary). Grandmother ol Bruca, BRYANT W. Age 75 of Lincoln Park. September 26, 1999. Norfolk, Mass., Jonathan i. of Montgomery, Vermont, n8u.nraf,k0W Dan, Lisa and the late Brian. Great grandmother o Loving husband of Bernice Virginia Dear lather of and Jennifer H. Frlti (Derek) ol francestown. New 2?"X'ZlrS UiXwnSyl-Mtm Jacqueline Mary. Arrangements by" the Salewskl Thomas (Marie), Barbara (Ralpfl Welch and Anthony. Hampshire. Also survived by four granddaughters. CKd rtat viJiiTno I-S V - om TuMdav . Wed nei- Funeral Horn 19fll W.Warren Beloved brother of Charles Burns Dearest grandfather Memorial gathering Wednesday 2-4 p.m. at the Verhey HVJln?;?;y.vmVK of 5. Funeral Service Tuesday 10 AM from Czeprt den Funeral Home " 16300 Mack Ave., Grosse Pointe. dr. Arrangements by Mulr Brothers funeral Heme , WILLMARTH Funeral Directors, 2 57 Oak St., Wyando tt. to Memorial Service Ytiursdey 4 p.m. at Christ Church ""lay City. t.Ih. ,, , ... u . , St. Cyprian church at 10:30 AM. Interment Michigan (Grosse Pointe), 61 Grosse Pointe Blvd., Grosse Pointe " . BON LO, SR. September 27, 1999, age 14. Beloved Mtmor ai Park. Donations may be made to Mo"osa Farms. Memorial tributes miy be ient to Seven Ponds SIVKO Wl&SWWJ&'lJV&iff'P W WSX&SSSZ i0Wm,nUnC",' Luan" N.tur.C.nt.r,3854Cr.wt.rdRrd.,Dryd.n,MI48478.9776 JOHN Age 73, of Au Gr, formerly St. Clair Shorev JTff : ' HOBART sMm. Hi BUSCH ETLA M. September 26, 1999. Ace 85. Beloved wife of the Julia Slvko In Detroit on October 22. 1925 He had owned S?w"nJe7Vun HENRIETTA Age 90 of Warren, September 25, 1999. Wlte late Russell. Deer mother of Marilyn (Jerry) Vadovlc and operated an Auto Parts S ore n Detroit before he lUly.Turowskl Funeral Home, 30200 Five Mli (betw ottheleteJohnt.MotherofShlrley(Donald)Rlnkeand and Earl (Linda) Hobart. Grandmother of Jennifer retired. He was a veteren of WWII. He ll survived by MidlelSlfi Mtrrhrian) lXnnt Parkview teme: John. Sister of Beatrice Degrandchemp. Four grand- Vadovlc, Russell, David and Steven Hobart. Loving longtime companion, Beverly S nesac; son, David; niece terv visitation Tuesday -9 and Wednesday 1-9 children, one great grandchild. Visitation Tuesday 5-9 sister-in-law of Helen Hobart, Corrlne Nelson, Betty Loretta Franklin; nephew, John Piper and many """" """f "o weonesoay v. p.m. Wednesday 12-9 p.m. Rosary 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Nelson and Shirley Nelson Loving aunt ot many nieces cousins end friends. Funeral services will be held 11 Lyle Elliott Funeral Home , 31730 Mound Rd, Warren, and nephews. Services FratTwood Funeral Home (Rice a m. Wednesday, September 29. 1999 at the Forihee Classifications M-S5 are new listed Funerel mass 10 a.m. Thursday, St. Anne Catholic Chapel), 36100 5 Mile (W. of Farmlngton Rd ), Thursday Funeral Home, In Au Ores. Visitation will be Tuesday In the Classified section of the paper. Church, Burial Holy Sepulchre. HAM. Visitation Tuesday 5-9 PMA. Wednesday 2-9 PM. Irom 12 until 9. I i

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