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TC Monday, February 3, 1992 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER MetroA-9 Obituaries Charles Chandler Jr., Newport Retired chef kept high standards at area restaurants BY ROBIN ERB The Cincinnati Enquirer Charles Chandler Jr., chef at several Cincinnati area restaurants for more than 35 years, died Friday at Jewish Hospital. He was 69. To longtime friend Milton Schloss, Mr. Chandler was "one of the hardest-working men I ever knew." The two men met when Schloss worked at the Kahn's meat-packing company. "He'd call in with orders early in the morning, and he'd still be there at 2 o'clock the next morning, still fixing meals." Mr. Chandler, of Newport, was a perfectionist, Schloss said, and that made him known to area restaurants. "Everything had to be 100 perfect; not 99 or 98," Schloss said. Mr. Chandler worked at the Hofbrau House, the Lookout House, Beverly Hills Supper Club and finally at the Islands, a floating restaurant on the Ohio River at Newport. He retired about six years ago, said his wife of 30 years, Viteria Chandler. Mr. Chandler supervised pur chase and preparation of the food, and even left the kitchen to meet some of the customers, Schloss said. "His kitchens were a mad house. They served thousands of meals, but everything was still perfect, he said. In addition to his wife, Mr, Chandler is survived by a daugh- Chandler ter, Rita La Verne Cox of Atlanta, Ga.; a sister, Gladys Barkley of Graceville, Fla.; and two grandchildren. Visitation will be 6-7 p.m. today, Renfro Funeral Service, 647 Forest Ave., Avondale. Services will follow at 7 p.m. at Zion Baptist Church, 630 Glenwood Ave. Burial will be noon Tuesday at Spring Grove Mausoleum, 4521 Spring Grove Ave. lip,- jl - -y. Jl J Joseph H. Gausepohl BY BOB ELKINS The Cincinnati Enquirer Joseph H. Gausepohl retired from his insurance business but never from his church, said those who knew him. Mr. Gausepohl, 93, died Friday of heart failure at Madonna Manor, Villa Hills. He was the retired president of the former Ben A. Adams Insurance Agency and a retired director of the First National Bank of Covington (now Star Bank). For more than 50 years, he was a director of the Citizens Federal Savings & Loan Association of Covington and was a past president of the Kentucky Association of Insurance Agents. But away from business he was especially proud that the title of Knight of St. Gregory had been bestowed on him Feb. 4, 1956, by Pope Pius XII. He also was past president and a founder of the Marydale Retreat House in Boone County and past president of the Jesuit retreat "Men of Milford." He was a founder of the Serra Club of Northern Kentucky, named after Junipero Serra, Spanish missionary on the West Coast in the 1700s Survivors include two daugh ters, Jean LaBar and Jeanne Far rell, both of Cincinnati; a sister, Helen Klare of Covington; a broth- Gausepohl er, Bernard Gausepohl of Cincin nati; 19 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchil dren. Visitation will be 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Madonna Manor, 2500 Amsterdam Road, Villa Hills. Mass of Christian burial will be 7:30 p.m. at St. Agnes Church Memorials can be made to Madonna Manor. William F. Ward BY MIKE TURMELL The Cincinnati Enquirer ' William F. Ward knew he was looking at champions when he judged figure-skating tests for would-be Olympian Scott Hamilton and later for Russ Witherby of Cincinnati, who's headed for the 1992 Olympic Games. Dorothy Vance of Houston said her father's thrill with Hamilton's chances was only surpassed by his excitement at Witherby's recent victory in ice dancing at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships this month. Mr. Ward, a Madisonville native, died Friday in Kettering. He was 86. He retired in 1971 as a cost accountant after working since the late 1920s for local manufacturing companies. Mr. Ward became an intermediate figures judge and a silver dance judge immediately after the Cincinnati Gardens opened its skating rink in the late 1940s and joined the Cincinnati Figure Skating Club. He remained active until two years ago, when he was named a judge emeritus with the U.S. Figure Skating Association. He was a lifetime member of Cincinnati's club. Survivors include one son, Edwin Ward, Kettering; one daughter, Dorothy Vance, Houston; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. The funeral is 10 a.m. today at Tobias Funeral Home, 5471 Far Hills Ave., Dayton, Ohio. Visitation is before the service at the funeral home. Burial will be at Rest Haven Cemetery in Cincinnati. Consultant turns his disability into asset BY BEN L. KAUFMAN The Cincinnati Enquirer One clergyman who has worked through long-term health-care issues the hard way is the Rev. David Ruhmkorff. After surviving a crippling stroke in 1984, this Episcopalian is sharing what he's learned, through audio tapes for victims of cancer and strokes. Ruhmkorff still is frustrated with the time it takes him to shower and dress, and to tie his necktie. But he has coped. "I learned in the first grade that fast was good and slow was bad. ... After I had a stroke, I learned that slow could be beautiful, too." He is planning similar tapes for people coping with kidney failure, diabetes, Huntington's disease and chronic pain. The cassettes also meant for families and care-givers are available from the Good Neighbors Tape Project, a non-profit corporation supported by friends, the Episcopal Church and the Jergens Foundation. Ruhmkorff lives with partial paralysis and chronic pain. He copes by immersing himself in family, work, gardening and volunteerism. The only problem is work. Ruhmkorff, 61, has no church assignments. He is a self-employed consultant who specializes in helping non-profit groups. Before his stroke, he had a staff of eight and a Hyde Park Square office. Now, he has no staff and a desk in the front hall of the Hyde Park home he shares with his wife, Jane, and their three children, Sam, Ben and Anna. "Some clients left me," Ruhmkorff said. "They didn't know how a disabled person could help them with their weaknesses." The question he had to face was how he could turn his disability into an asset. Or, as he tells clients, "every problem is a possibility. ... So I started consulting with me." He decided on audio tape ministry. Living with Stroke came out in 1990. In it, project director Isabelle Healy interviews the Ruhmkorff family and Ruhmkorff s neurologist, Robert Reed. The second tape, Living with Cancer, recorded in 1991, features Healy interviewing people who have survived breast, testicular or skin cancer. For information, call 871-7047 or 351-5140. Clergy CONTINUED FROM PAGE A-6 Schools do better now, but they rarely focus on long-term counseling, and many well-intentioned clergy and laity still respond "by the seat of their pants," said the Rev. William Neuroth. Neuroth, the rector of St. John's Anglican-Catholic Church in Dayton, Ky., and head of Northern Kentucky's interfaith commission, is working with Miller on the Drake program steering committee. Failure to provide pastoral care often leads to frustration and anger among patients and families. One culprit may be the clergy's changing role at the bedside and bier: As they have for years, clergy still say words for the dead and to comfort the living. More recently, said Rabbi Gerry Walter of Temple Sholom in Amberley Village, congregants have begun asking whether physicians are maintaining meaningful lives or just prolonging the dying process. Today, clergy still are expected to say those words and answer those questions, and they also must provide guidance on legal and medical matters as well as long-term spiritual support. Death Notice ADAMS James R, beloved husband of Myrtle (nee Steadman) Adams, loving father of Gary of Chicago, IL and Kevin Adams, dear father-in-law of Carole and Nancy Adams, grandfather of Erik, Kyle, Brad ana Rachel Adams, brother of Mrs. Dorothy Shepard and Mrs. Norma Jean Ferkins, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friday, January 31, 1992. Age 62 years. Friends may call at the John J. Radel Funeral Home, 650 Neeb Rd. Monday, February 3 from i until 9 P.M. Walnut Hllls-Cincln- nati Masonic Lodge 483 F. & A.M. services at 7:30 P.M. Funeral services will be Tuesday, February 4 at the Addyston United Methodist Church, 218 Main St., Addyston at 10 A.M. Burial at Maple Grove Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Assoc. ASSUM David J., beloved husband of Clara (Zippin) Assum and the late Anna (Salzmann) Assum, devoted father of Michael and Paul Assum, Janet Keifel and Bev Hilmer, dear step-father of Loralne Hoey, Adele Shea, Diane, Brad and Bruce McDev-itt, dear brother of Paul C. As sum, loving grandfather of Paul avid, Lisa and Michele As sum, P.J. Hilmer, Janine Buchanan, Missy Fitzpatrick, Ste phanie and Christopher Shea, Kim and Heather McDevItt, also survived by two great-grandchildren. Saturday, February 1, 1992. Age 72 years. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 6041 Hamilton Ave., College Hill, Monday, from 6 P.M. until time of funer al service at 8 P.M. Remembrances may be made to Hos pice of Cincinnati. BAKER Greenberry, beloved husband of Ruby Farmer Baker, devot ed father of James A. and William A. Baker, grandfather of James, Deborah and Therest, brother of Ann Thompson, Edna Burns, Malvery Rowland, Mae Darby, Vlrgie Reeder, Troy Baker and the late Willie, Add, Herbert, Cash and Robert Baker. Sunday, February 2, 1992. Residence Camp Dennl- son, OH. Services Evans Funer al Home, Milford, Wednesday, February 5, at 2 P.M. Visitation Tuesday 7 until 9 P.M. BODLEY Carroll Edward. Of Fayette-ville. Devoted husband of Frances (nee Taylor) Bodley, dear father of Carroll E. Jr., Michael W., Richard A. and Timothy M. Bodley, loving son of Caroline Bodley, 11 grandchildren, sister Virginia Winchester and brother Ronald Bodley. Friends will be re ceived Tuesday, 6 to 8 P.M. Craver-Hookom Funeral Home, Milford. Services 10 A.M. Wednesday, in chapel. BOERTLEIN Joseph A., beloved husband of Margie C Boertlein (nee Lohr), loving father of Howard, Robert and William Boertlein and the late Joan Cunningham, grandfather of 12, great-grand father of nine, brother of Har ry, Frank and August Boertlein, Catherine Bittner, Margie Mel-nlke, Eleanor Welsel, Hilda Young, Vera Bolhke and the late Balzer Boertlein. Thursday, January 30, 1992, age 78. Friends may call at Rebold Funeral Home, 3700 Glenmore Ave., Cheviot, Tuesday 9-11 A.M. Funeral Mass St. Jude Church, 11:30 A.M. Mr. Boertlein was a member of the Green Township Democratic Club and the Delhi Seniors. Memorials If so desired may be directed to St. Jude Church Memorial or Education Fund. BURGESS Leslie H. 81. Morrow. Saturday, February 1, 1992. Retired truck driver tor state of Ohio. Mr. Burgess is survived by wife of 46 years, Georgia (nee Nooie) Burgess, son John Burgess of Mason, daughter Becky (Bur- gess) Yearout of Hudson, OH. and five grandchildren, also sis ter Minnie Johnson of Cincinnati. Visitation Tuesday, Febru ary 4, 7 to 9 P.M. and funeral service Wednesday, February 5, 11 A.M. at Oswald-Hoskins Funeral Home, Lebanon. Memorials requested to Cincinnati Bible College and seminary. Death Notices CONNER Virginia D. 88. Of Vevay, IN. Survived by sons Earl and Nor ris Conner. Services Tuesday, 11 A.M. Markland-Denney Funeral Home, Rising Sun. Visita- tion Monday, 6 to 8 p.m. GAUSEPOHL Joseph H., beloved husband of the late Loretta Schmaltz Gau sepohl (nee Kraus) and Ger trude Gausepohl (nee Hogan), dear father of Jean LaBar of Cinti., J. Robert Gausepohl of Independence, KY and Jeanne Farrell of Cinti., brother of Helen Klare of Covington and Bernard Gausepohl ot Cinti., al so survived by 19 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Friday, January 31, 1992. Age vj. Kesiaent ot Maaonna Man or. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Agnes Church, Ft. Wright, Tuesday, February 4 at 7:30 P.M. Visitation at Madonna Manor, 2500 Amsterdam Rd, Villa Hills, KY, 41017, Tuesday from 6-7 P.M. Family requests memorials be directed to Madonna Manor. Rohde & Kelsch Funeral Home, Ander son Twp Cincinnati serving the family. GRANT Manuel (DOG), beloved father of Mi'Cole Grant, beloved son of David Lee and Annie Mae Grant, fiance of Rhonda Llnd- sey, dear brother of David Lee, Jr., Daniel, Jerome, Timmy, Vincent, Gary, Jerry, Anna Mae and Shaun, grandson of Willie Lee Hargrow, also survived by 12 nephews, nine nieces, three sisters-in-law, host of other relatives and friends. Visitation Sunday, 6-8 P.M. at the Greater Canaan Baptist Church, 3108 Savoy at Martin Luther King, where services will be conducted Monday, 1 1 A.M., Pastor Bradley officiating. Interment Spring brove cemetery. Arrange ments entrusted to Joseph R. barr Funeral service. GROESCHEN Juliette Ann, beloved wife of Anthony George Groeschen, loving mother of James Antho ny Groeschen, dear sister of Margaret Linder, Antonette Thaman, Johanna Niemeyer, also three grandchildren. Saturday, February 1, 1992, at age 81. Residence Crescent Springs, KY. Mass of Christian Burial, Wednesday, February 5, at 10 A.M. St. Joseph Church, 2470 Lorraine Court, Crescent Springs, KY. Visitation Tues day, February 4, from 6 to 9 P.M. at Stith Funeral Home, 7500 Highway 42, Florence, KY. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. HAMILTON Ralph F beloved husband of Shirley Hamilton (nee Wil liams), devoted father of Diane Taylor, Robin Martin and Ralph D., Richard L. and Raymond S. Hamilton, brother of Clarissa Steig, Mina Rose Oates, Edith Rhodes, Virginia Turner and Steve, Gene and the late Lawrence Hamilton, also survived by five grandchildren. Friday, January 31, 1992. Age 55. Resi dent of Blue Ash. Funeral services at Schmidt-Dhonau Funeral Home, 10980 Reading Rd., Sharonville, Tuesday at 10 A.M. Visitation at the funeral home, Monday from 5-8 P.M. CRUSE Carl E., formerly of Cincinnati, died January 30, 1992 In Wilmington, NC He was born in Cincinnati on March 23, 1907, the son of the late O.E. and Veronica Cruse and was pre ceded In death by his wife, Ruth. Surviving are his daugh ter Constance C. Siters ot Wil mington, NC, three grand- augnters, two great-grandchildren, his broth er Donald L. Cruse and Helen Jeannette Cruse. Services will be held in the chapel at the Rest Haven Memorial Park at 10 A.M. on Tuesday, February 4. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to charity of choice. DANDREA Antonletta (nee Gigllo), be loved wife of the late Amedeo D' Andrea, dear mother of Ha zel Bianco, Angle Seta, Angelo D" Andrea and the late Louise Bonomini, also survived by 24 grandchildren, 25 great-grand children and two great-great grandchildren, dear mother in law ot Tony Bianco, Don seta, Velma D" Andrea and Joe Bonomini, dear sister of Maria Car-mella Gigllo DaSilva and Eu-phemia Gigllo Duarte, both of South America. Mrs. D1 Andrea was a member of St. Mary Soladity at St. Teresa of Avila Church. Friday, January 31, 1992. Friends may call at the Dalbert and Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudinot Ave. at Queen City on Tuesday even- ng, from 5 to 9 P.M. witn La Socleta Fuscaldese Femminile service at 8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial, Wednesday, 30 A.M. at St. Teresa of Avila Church, 1175 Overlook Ave. Educate CONTINUED FROM PAGE A-6 said. "In our own state, we have made it the number-one priority." Voinovich said Wehling's ideas were worth exploring, but warned that revolutionary changes usually were not politically practical. He said he would like to start with one "break-the-mold school," in each district. "What we will have over all is evolution with some regional revolution. You can't put everybody into a revolutionary system until you have demonstrated how it works and what it takes," Voinovich said. Some early steps already are being taken in Ohio, Voinovich said. In his State of the State address last month, the governor announced a "Family and Children First" plan to bring together government agencies, lawmakers, businesses and private groups to serve young children. Voinovich said Ohio spent more money to supplement the federal Head Start program than any other state $13.7 million in 1991. With the state contribution, 36 of the poor children eligible for the pre-school program are able to participate. Voinovich said all eligible children would be able to participate by 1995. Wehling also pointed to local efforts as examples of the nationwide changes he would like to see. In Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative, United Way, residents of the Laurel Homes public housing project, and other groups and government agencies have been working for about a year to coordinate programs for young children at the housing project, he said. "If we're going to be successful, we're going to have to work top down and bottom up at the same time. The state is going to need models in local communities that it can learn and draw from," Wehling said. "I'm hopeful our efforts in Cincinnati will be instructive to the state." EMMINGER Barry Scott, husband of Michelle Cornwell Emminger, father of David, Nicole and Dennis Emminger, son of Gene and the late Lena Emminger, brother of Julie Weinhelmer and grandson of Mrs. Gertie Emminger. Suddenly, Saturday, February 1, 1992. Residence Butler, KY. Friends may call at the Tred-way-Pollitt Funeral Home, Inc., 2131 Cameron Ave., (OFF THE END OF THE 4100 BLOCK OF MONTGOMERY ROAD), Norwood, Tuesday, 6 to 9 P.M. Funeral Wednesday, 10 A.M. FISHER Martha, 71, beloved wife of the late William Fisher, dear sister of Sidney Sharp and the late Sara Pearson and Bertha and Blanche Sharp, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Services, wen Funeral Home, 3901 Reading Rd., Monday, February 3, 1 P.M. Memorial contributions to Northern Hills Synagogue or the charity of one's choice would be appreciated. HAYES William Donald, loving husband of Gloria Hayes, devoted father of Deborah Johnson (Louis), Diana, Tyrone B. and Shawn C. Hayes, dear step-father of Catherine D. Smith, Tyrone C. and Ronnell T. Spears, beloved brother of Raymond (Cecil) and Jerome B. (Vivian) Hayes, also survived by ten grandchildren, a host of other relatives and friends. January 30, 1992 at aqe 57. Funeral services Tues day, 7:30 P.M., Christ Emman uel Christian Fellowship Church, 2324 May St., Walnut Hills, Rev. Dr. Michael E. Dantley, pas torofficiating. Friends may call 6 P.M. until time of service at the church. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. Arrange ments by Hall-Jordan Funeral Hornet Death Notices LANE J. T widower of Jean Lane, father of Pamela and Jay Lane, brother of James Lane. Resi dence Bethel, OH. Age 64 years. February 1, 1992. Visitation 6-8 P.M. Monday, Kennedy-Stevens Funeral Home, Bethel. Funeral service 10:30 A.M. Tuesday. Memorials, American Cancer Society. LEE Lucy, loving mother of William Coats, Henderson Lee, Henry Lee, Deborah Weathers, Ruth Adams, Roger Lee, Arthur and James Lee, also survived by 37 granocniioren, 90 great-grandchildren and 21 great-great grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Visitation Tuesday, 6-7 P.M. Peace Baptist Church, 652 Rockdale. Services at 7:30 P.M. The Joseph R. Garr Fu neral service entrusted with ar rangements. LEHANE Mae (nee Rebholz), beloved wife of the late Raymond Le-hane, dear sister-in-law of Edward and Ruth Lehane, also survived by numerous nieces and nephews, Including Mary Baxter. Friday, January 31, 1992. Rite of Christian Burial, Tuesday, 10:30 A.M. at the Gilli- gan-Barrere Funeral Home, 3734 Eastern Ave. Donations may be made to the American Lung Association, 2330 Victory Pkwy., Room 400, Cincinnati, 45206. MARTIN Helen M. (nee Scherer), be loved wife of the late W. C. Ernest Martin, loving mother of William A. Martin of Blairs-vllle, PA., dear grandmother of Lisa Miller, Laurie Kutay and David Martin, dear great- grandmother of Justin Kutay. Saturday, February 1, 1992. Age 82 years. Funeral service Tuesday, 10:30 A.M. at the Dalbert and Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudinot Ave. at Queen City. NO VISITATION. If so desired, memorials may be made to Peace Lutheran Church, 1451 Ebenezer Rd., Cincinnati, 45238. MATTHEWS Clifford Howard. Of Loveland. Devoted husband of Geraldine (nee Butcher) Matthews, lov ing father of Melva Hurt and the late Carolyn, Robert and Michael Matthews, grandfather of Dennis, Danny, Debbie and the late Dale, also nine great-grandchildren, sisters Melva Casey and Marlyn Mar-lar, brothers Russell, Harold, Kenneth and William Matthews. Friends may call at Craver-Hookom Funeral Home, Monday, 6 to 8 P.M. American Legion Post 72 service, 7:30 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Andrew, Tuesday, 10 A.M. MEADOR Henry E-, beloved husband of Lillian Schmelmeier Meador, uncle of Evelyn Ballance and Linda Work and four nephews. Friday, January 30, 1992. Relatives and friends are Invited to Spring Grove Mausoleum Chapel, Tuesday, February 4 from 10 A.M. till time of service at 1 1 A.M. Vitt, Stermer & Anderson Funeral Home serving the family. HULLEY Ruth N., daughter of the late Carl and Loretta Hulley, dear sister of Blanche Dobbratz, Elaine Zwerin, Jack and Jimmy Hulley, dear friend of Ollie Jones, also survived by ten nieces and nephews and 14 great-nieces and nephews. Sat urday, January 31, 1992. Age 71 years. Member of the Charles R. Galley V.F.W. Aux. and the National Assoc. of Railway Businesswomen. Friends may call at the Miller-Simminger Funeral Home, 3330 Parkcrest Ln., Western Hills, Monday from 5 until 8 P.M. Funeral services Tuesday, 1 P.M. If de sired, memorial contributions may be directed to Hospice of Cinti. or the charity of your choice. KASTING Mildred Louise (nee Smith). beloved wife of the late Robert Kasting, devoted mother of Karen Kasting, dear sister of Helen Zimdars, Ethel Kennedy and William Smith. Sunday, January 26, 1992. Residence Hyde Park. Age 66 years. Memorial services will be held at Spring Grove Memorial Mausoleum in the Cedars of Lebanon Chapel, Saturday, February 8, at 12:30 P.M. Neid- hard Funeral Home, Mt Healthy, serving the family. KINGSMAN Helen L. (nee Ohm), beloved wife of the late Philip G. Kings- man, devoted mother of Barbara K. Rapp, Phyllis K. Roberts and Virginia L. Kingsman, also survived by six grandchildren and three great-grandchiidren. Sunday, February 2, 1992. Friends may visit the family In the Community Room at the Courtyard at the Seasons, 7300 Dearwester Dr., Tuesday, at 1 P.M. Gilllgan Funeral Home, In charge of arrangements. KNIGHT Hazel Adel, loving mother of Marda A. Knight, Yasmin A. Shelton and Denise A. Knight, dear sister of Jerome Allen, also survived by five grandchildren, one great-grandchild, other relatives and friends. January 30, 1992. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, 1 P.M. at Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, 400 N. Wayne Ave., Rev. Jack Zel-lars, officiating. Friends may call from 12 Noon until time ot service. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. KRAUSER Philip J., beloved husband of the late Evelyn Crusham Krau-ser, loving father of Phil, Jerry, Jim and Dale Krauser, uncle of the late Judy Krauser, grandfather of 14 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, dear brother of Ann Foltz, Paul Krauser, Dorothy Krauser and the late Richard Krauser, special friend of the late Evelyn Koettel. Friday, January 31, 1992. Age 77 years. Friends may call at the Vitt, Stermer & Anderson Funeral Home, 4619 Delhi, Monday, 6-9 P.M. Funer al Mass, Holy Family Church, Tuesday at 10 A.M. If desired, contributions may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati. MORAN Althea Austin, wife of the late Otha Coffey and Sherman Mor-an, beloved mother of Lorraine Thompson, Geraldine Bruns, dear sister of Delia White and Lillian Brinker, also three grandchildren, two great- graanacnuaren. sunaay, February 2, 1992. Friends may call at the Vitt, Stermer and Anderson Funeral Home, 4619 Delhi, Wednesday, 9 until 10:15 A.M. Funeral service wiH be at the FAIth Lutheran Church, Wlnton Road at 11 A.M. (Funerals For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. NAME TIME DATE FUNERAL HOME ADAMS, Jomes H. 10:00 A.M. Feb. 4 John J. Radel ASSUM, David J. 8:00 P.M. Feb. 3 Hodapp BAKER, Greenberry 2:00 P.M. Feb. 05 Evans (Milford, OH) BODLEY, Carroll Edward 10:00 A.M. Feb. 05 Craver-Hookom (Milford, OHI BOERTLEIN, Joseph A. 1 1:30 A.M. Feb. 4 Rebold BURGESS, Leslie H. 11:00A.M. Feb. 05 Oswald-Hoskins CONNER, Virginia D. 11 :00 A.M. Feb. 04 Markland-Denney CRUSE, Carl E. 10:00 A.M. Feb. 4 Thomas Memorial D'ANDREA, Antonietta 9:30 A.M. Feb. 05 Dalbert S Woodruff EMMINGER, Barry Scott 10:00A.M. Feb. 05 Tredwoy-Pollitt, Inc. FISHER, Martha 1:00 P.M. Feb. 3 Weil GAUSEPOHL, Joseph H. 7:30 P.M. Feb. 4 Rohde & Kelsch GRANT, Manuel 1 1:00 A.M. Feb. 3 Joseph R. Garr GROESCHEN, Juliette Ann 10:00 A.M. Feb. 05 Stith (Florence, KY) HAMILTON, Ralph F. 10:00 A.M. Feb. 4 Schmidt-Dhonou HAYES, William Donald 7:30 P.M. Feb. 4 Hall-Jordan HULLEY, Ruth N. 1:00 P.M. Feb. 4 Miller-Simminger KASTING, Mildred Louise 12:30 P.M. Feb. 08 Neidhard KINGSMAN, Helen I. 1 :00 P.M. Feb. 04 Gilligan KNIGHT, Hazel Adel 1 :00 P.M. Feb. 4 Hall-Jordan KRAUSER, Philip J. 10:00 A.M. Feb. 04 Vitt, Stermer & Anderson LANE, J. T. 10:30 A.M. Feb. 04 Kennedy-Stevens LEE, Lucy 7:30 P.M. Feb. 4 Joseph R. Garr LEHANE, Mae 10:30 A.M. Feb. 04 Gilligan-Barrere MARTIN, Helen M. 10:30 A.M. Feb. 04 Dalbert & Woodruff MATTHEWS, Clifford Howard 10:00 A.M. Feb. 04 Craver-Hookom IMil- ford, OHI MEADOR, Henry E. 1 1:00 A.M. Feb. 4 Vitt, Stermer & Anderson MUSSER, Arty. Elizabeth 7:00 P.M. Feb. 05 Robertson County (Mt. Olivet) PALUMBO, Victor M. 1 0:30 A.M. Feb. 04 George H. Rohde & Son PIATEK, Anno B. 1 1 :00 A.M. Feb. 4 Middendorf-Bullock ROACH, Christine J. 11:00 A.M. Feb. 4 Chas. A. Miller Sons SCHMIDT, MoryB. 10:00A.M. Feb. 5 Schmidt-Dhonou SIMPSON, Virgil Dee 1:00 P.M. Feb. 4 Schmidt-Dhonau SMITH, Gertrude 10:30 A.M. Feb. 04 Anderson SNOBLE, Martha J. 10:30 A.M. Feb. 4 John J. Radel STAUDENMAIER, Louise K. 1:30P.M. Feb. 4 Chas. A. Miller Sons STAYTON, Donna Koy 2:00 P.M. Feb. 4 Vorhis STUFFER, Edna R. 2:00 P.M. Feb. 04 Hodapp SWEENEY, Robert W. Gilligan TORRY, Marcella A. 1 1:00A.M. Feb. 04 T. P. White t Sons VERKAMP, Glen B. 1 0:00 A.M. Feb. 05 Evans Death Notices PALUMBO Victor M., beloved husband of Mary Palumbo (nee Killian) and dear father of Rosalie Heckman, Linda Ratterman, Gina Tannenbaum and Michael Palumbo and brother of Theresa Monteleone, also survived eight grandchildren. Saturday, February 1, 1992. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Catherine of Siena Church, 2848 Fisher PI., Westwood, Tuesday, February 4, at 10:30 A.M. Friends may call at Geo. H. Rohde & Son Funeral Home, Linwood and Delta Aves., Mt. Lookout, Monday, from 6 until 9 P.M. If desired, memorials may be made to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, 505 N. Parkway, Memphis, TN. 38105. MUSSER Attorney Elizabeth Wright. Age 32. Of Cincinnati. Formerly of Mt. Olivet. An attorney wife of H. A. Musser, Jr. and mother of Austin and Joel Musser. Passed away at her home after a long illness, January 31, 199Z. Memorial services Wednesday, February 5, at 7 P.M. at Foster Hall, Cincinnati Bible College on Glenway Ave. Memorials may be made to the Skin Cancer Foundation, 245 Fifth Ave., Suite 2402, New York, NY., 10016 or Price Avenue Church of Christ Building Fund. Death Notices SIMPSON Virgil Dee, beloved husband of Lela Simpson (nee Brown), de voted father of Peggy Nave, Dorothy Martin, Betty Nave, Bonnie Brummett and William and Jim Simpson and the late Patsy Petrey, brother of James Simpson and Nellie Blev- Ins, also survived by 15 grand children ana six great-grandchildren. Saturday, February 1, 1992. Age 80. Resident of West Chester. Funeral services at Schmidt-Dhonau Funeral Home, 10980 Reading Rd., Sharonville, Tuesday at 1 P.M. Visi tation at the funeral home Monday from 5-9 P.M. PIATEK Anna B. (nee Basch), beloved wife of the late Anton Piatek, devoted mother of Virginia Stadtmiller and Bernice Niena- ber, four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. February 1, 1992. Madonna Manor. Age 94 years. Friends may call Tuesday, February 4, 1992 from 9:30-11 A.M. at Madonna Manor, Villa Hills, KY. Mass of Christian Burial 11 A.M. at Ma donna Manor Chapel. Interment Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Batavia, OH. Middendorf-Bullock Funer al Home, Covington, in charge of arrangements. Memorials are to be made to Madonna Manor Care Center. SMITH Gertrude Barfknecht, wife of the late Fred W. Smith I, be loved mother of Fred W. Smith II, dear sister of Betty Regens- burger, devoted grandmother of Tracy E. Smith. Friday, Jan uary 31, 1992. Friends may call at the Anderson Funeral Home, 8611 Winton Road, Finneytown, Tuesday, 9:30 A.M. until time of funeral service at 10:30 A.M. Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer's Disease Assn. ROACH Christine J. (nee Isaacs), beloved wife of Billy Roach, Sr., devoted mother of Debra Lee Christman, Connie Jean Bixler, Billy Lee Roach, Jr. and mother-in-law of Lorl Roach, Philip Bixler and Ron Westerman, sister of the late Opal Nieber, Mary Cook, Juanita "Penny" Polston, Chas. S. and George E. Isaacs, Jr., also survived by six grandchildren. Saturday, February 1, 1992. Age 59 years. Resident of Williamsburg, OH. Friends may call at the Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave. at Knowlton St., Northside, Monday from 4-8 P.M. Funeral services Tuesday at 11 A.M. SCHMIDT Mary B. (nee Robinson), beloved wife of the late Kurt A. Schmidt, dear mother of Nancy Reck and the late Carl R. Schmidt, dear sister of John Robinson, dear grandmother of Russel R. Schmidt, Ann Russo, Bryan, John Eric and Michael Reck, Beth Hickerson and Virginia Andrews, great-grandmother of Jennifer, Christina and David Hickerson, Leyna and Michael Schmidt, Barbara and Timothy Russo. Saturday, February I, 1992. Age 86. Funeral service, Wednesday, Feb ruary 5, 1992 at 10 A.M. at the Schmidt-Dhonau Funeral Home, 8633 Reading Rd., Reading. Visitation Tuesday from 6-8 P.M. Memorial donations may be made to St. John United Church of Christ, Reading. Eastern Star service, Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. SNOBLE Martha J beloved wife of the late Phillip Snoble, dear sister of Rose Ann Sharbeil, Nicko-lette Arnold and Vito Sylvester, loving aunt of 16 nieces and nephews. Friday, January 31, 1992. Age 87 years. Friends may call at the John J. Radel Funeral Home, 4122 Glenway Ave., Monday, February 3 from 5:30 until 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Teresa Church on Overlook, Tuesday, February 4 at 10:30 A.M. Burial at St. Joseph New Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Leukemia Memorial Fund, 3372 Central Pkwy., 45225 or the American Cancer Society. STAUDENMAIER Louise K. (nee Honold), wife of the late George Staudenmaier, devoted mother of Donald G. Staudenmaier and mother-in-law of Kay Staudenmaier, dear grandmother of John and Rick and great-grandmother of Bobby, Jenny, Jeffy and Scot-tie, aunt of Helen Weidiing, Ruth Rueb, George Honold, Ruth Rohl and Roy Bohrm and several other nieces and nephews. Saturday, February 1, 1992. Age 95 years. Resident of Clifton. Friends may call at the Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave. at Knowlton St., Northside, Monday from 5-7 P.M. Funeral services Tuesday, 1:30 P.M. STOUFFER Edna R., beloved wife of the late Elmer C. Stouffer, dear mother of Donald C. Stouffer, loving grandmother of Brett and Scott Stouffer, also survived by three great-grandchildren. Saturday, February 1, 1992. Age 75 years. Friends are welcome to attend the funeral service at Wilson Chapel of the Twin Towers Retirement Community, 5343 Hamilton Ave., College Hill, Tuesday at 2 P.M. Mrs. stoufter was a member of the Mt. Airy United Method ist Church. Remembrances may be made to the Twin Towers Developement Fund, 45224. STAYTON Donna Kay, mother of Shannon, Michael and Briftney, daughter of Ernest and Wanda Stayton, sister of Sharon Kay Stayton and Pamela Kay Stayton, granddaughter of Mary Kay Holt and Mae Baker, also survived by many aunts, uncles and cousins, Friday. January 31, 1992. Friends may call at the Vorhis Funeral Home, 310 Dunn St., Lockland, Tuesday, February 4 from 1 P.M. till time of service at 2 P.M. SWEENEY (-' Robert w dear brother of Sr. Martha Mary S.C of Mt. Clemens, Ml. and Paul Sweeney of Cincinnati, also survived by many nieces, nephews and friends. Friday, January 31, 1992. Services were private. Burial was at Calvary Cemetery. Memorials may be made to charity of one's choice. TORRY Marcella A. (nee Jackson), beloved wife of Neil A. Torry, devoted mother of Lynn Rush and Neil Torry, grandmother of Terrl Stlres, Tracy and Nick Rush, Michelle and Christopher Torry, great-grandmother of Dustin Stires. January 30, 1992. Residence Norwood, Ohio. Services at T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington, on Tuesday, February 4, at 11 A.M. Friends may call Tuesday 10:30 A.M. to 11 A.M. VERKAMP Glen B., beloved husband of Beatrice Pennycuff Verkamp, devoted father of Aileen Chaney, Kenneth and the late Glen B. Verkamp, Jr., grandfather of David, Eric and Joshua, brother of Donald Verkamp, Mary Schaefer, Viola Stephens, Dorothy Vermillion, Georgianna Hanley, Pauline Moore and the late Alice Vollmer. Saturday, February 1, 1992. Residence Batavia, OH. Services Evans Funeral Home, Milford, Wednesday, February 5, a at to A.M. visitation Tuesday, 6 until 8 P.M. 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