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C4 TUESDAY, DECEMBtR 2, 2003 LOCAL NEWS THE CINCINNATI ENQUIHtlR Lives remembered Rfocsaas'jcM Rfe&sdiKst&g Deaths-ess fjft&s&?&es lit ft I jumtuui iWiabtid Tom Callan served country and Harrison Navy vet was township trustee By Liz Oakes The Cincinnati Enquirer HARRISON TWP. - H. Thomas Callan served his country in World War II, and then served his community for decades afterward as a township trustee and volunteer firefighter. Mr. Callan, 77, died at Mercy Franciscan Hospital in Harrison on Sunday. "He was always well liked because he was very fair and honest in his dealings, and just friendly - a people person," said his daughter Sarah Shackelford of Harrison. Mr. Callan was born in Law-renceburg and grew up in the Harrison area. He attended Harrison High School, but quit to enlist in the Navy. Her father was very proud of his military service, she said. He was on the amphibious transports that picked up and dropped off troops at the beaches of Iwo Jima, and he was also involved in the battle of Guadalcanal. He stayed in contact with shipmates, and attended their annual reunions. In 1948, he opened a filling station, Alf & Tom's Texaco in West Harrison with partner Alfred Rnlfoc Tlimr ran tlio UU V lUfUV. tJ. 4. 41W J 1 Ull WtV. gas station together until 1963, when Mr. Callan sold his share of the business and founded Callan Oil Co. Inc. Mr. Callan was CEO of Callan Oil, a fuel-distributing business in West Harrison, until he officially turned over the reins of the company to his son, Matthew Callan, about 10 years ago, his daughter said. But Mr. Callan "never really stopped working," Shackelford said, helping with bookkeeping and other duties. He was deeply involved in f Mr. Callan i the community, as well as being an entrepreneur, his daughter said. Starting in 1960, he served as trustee of Harrison Township continuously, except for a two-year period after he lost one election, for 27 years. He also was a member of a volunteer fire department in Harrison for 25 years, and served on the boards of the Harrison Township Water Corp. and the Harrison Cemetery Association. Mr. Callan was a member of the cemetery association, where he had been on the board of trustees since 1986, when he died. Mr. Callan was a 50-year member of Snow Lodge No. 193 F&AM, and the Scottish Rite Valley of Cincinnati. He was also a member of J.B. Yeager American Legion Post No. 199 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Duwell Post No. 7570. Besides his daughter Sarah, survivors include his wife, Gretchen; son, Matthew of Harrison Township; daughter Margaret L. McVaugh of West Chester; and one granddaughter. Visitation is 5-8 p.m. today at John C. Brater Funeral Home, Harrison. Service will be 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home, with graveside military service following. Burial will be in Glen Haven Cemetery, Harrison. Memorials may be made to Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, care of the funeral home, 201 S. Vine St., Harrison, OH 45030. E-mail loakesenquirer.com Joyce Holmes, avid volunteer She supported arts, charities By Kristina Goetz The Cincinnati Enquirer DOWNTOWN - The kitchen table was Joyce Swan-go Holmes' office. A tireless volunteer, she worked for countless Greater Cincinnati causes, family members say, with the grace and manner of a true Southern lady. The role she played supporting the city's arts and charities earned her recognition as a former Enquirer Woman of the Year and the key to the city. "She was a very loving mother and was always attentive to what our needs were," said her son, John L. Holmes of downtown. "She was either on the phone and baking something or baking something and on the phone. "We are very proud of what she was able to accomplish." Mrs. Holmes died Nov. 23 at Jewish Hospital after a brief illness. She was 71. A native of Eagle Station, Ky., Mrs. Holmes grew up in Carrollton and graduated from Carroll County High School. While studying English at Transylvania University, she met Harold L "Bud" Holmes. They married Dec. 27, 1952, and moved to Cincinnati. That's when her work as a volunteer began. The symphony, Pops and ballet were her favorite and most visible activities," John Holmes said. "But there were so many other causes she was involved in." Mrs. Holmes Mrs. Holmes was past president of the Cincinnati Symphony I Orchestra As sociation board, CSO Women's Committee, May Festival and the Cincinnati Opera Guild. She also was a former chairwoman of the Cincinnati Antiques Festival. Mrs. Holmes helped found the Classical Music Hall of Fame and oversaw the rejuvenation of the historic Betts House, the oldest surviving building in the city's lower West End. She was past chairwoman of the WCET Action Auction and was a member of Indian Hill Church, Cincinnati Woman's Club, Phi Mu Sorority and the Daughters of the American Revolution. "She dedicated her life to community service and that list is really representative, and not exhaustive," said another son, Stephen S. Holmes of Terrace Park. Besides her husband and sons, Mrs. Holmes also is survived by two sisters, Genrose Turner of Maysville, Ky., and LaVerne Ryan of Carrollton, Ky.; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. A memorial service will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Madeira Silverwood Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Ghent Masonic Cemetery in Ghent, Ky. E-mail kgoetzenquirer.com The funeral directory lists services from current death notices published in The Cincinnati Enquirer and Post. For online viewing of notices logon to cincinnati.com and click on Obituaries. FUNERAL NAME T1MF DATE HOME AIBERS, DonoMH. Sloley-Crowe ANNESS, Russell William 2:0Of.M. Dec .04 Wilson Schromm Spoulding BENNETT, OvieC. 1 1:00 A.M. Pet. 04 ForwJRodet CALLAN. H Triomoi 1 1 :30 A M. Dec 03 John C Brow CAPUNGER Edwin 1 1 00 A M. Dec 03 Hostell t Morrison DICK torrel L. 12 00PM. Dec 04 Evons IGosnenl D08SEY, Willord C. 12 00PM Dec 04 Jomison & Lomison ENGf LHARDT, Richard Pail II Young IMl Healthy! ERNSTES, ImeldoC. 10 00A.M. Dec 03 Schmidt-Dhonou EVANS, Miriom 10 30AM. Dec 03 Vorhis EISHER, Shirley R 10 30A.M. Dec.03 Mehom ERANKLIN, Henrietta 2:00 P.M. Dec. 02 Weil fREE ltc.CrthrlesR. 2 00 P.M. Dec. 04 Newcorner-forley FRITZ, Amelia T. 7:00P.M. Dec.03 Gump-Holt GERHARDSTEIN, Joyce A. 1 1 :30 A.M. Dec.03 Ronold B.Jones GIBIIN, Ceroid A. 1 1:00 A.M, Dec. 04 St. Aloysius Church (ilmwood Plocel GROVE8, Willord C. 1 1 00 A.M. Dec. 03 Elden A. Good HENDERSON, Zone Aldnch 2:00 P.M. Dec. 1 3 Clifton United Methodist Church HQLLANDSWORTH, Morie E.C.Nurre 1NMAN, Bemodine B. 1 1 :30 A.M. Dec 03 Charles C. Young KAUFMAN, Alberto Ruth 11:00AM. Dec.03 Bolton & lunstord MARUFH, Joseph?. 10 30AM. Dec 04 Hodopp (College Hilll 0 NEIL, Frances Virginia 10:00 A.M. Dec. 04 Paul Ft. Young IMtHeollhyl REAVES, Eugene Kenrtith 11 :00A.M. Dec.03 Burger-Biggs IMt. Orobl RICHMOND, Wolly E. 1 0:00 A.M. Dec. 04 Crover-Riggs SCHLANDT, Arthur 1 1 30 A M. Dec. 04 John C Broter SCHWARTZ, Renee 11:30 A M. Dec, 03 Weil SEIFERT, Adrian C. 10 00 A.M, Dec. 04 Brown-Dowson SHAM6AUGH, Joseph i. 1 2 00 P M. Dec.03 Vilt, Stermer 8, Anderson SHARPE, William Kenneth 1:00 P.M. Dec. 04 Fitch-Denney SIEBER, Frederick J. 11:00AM. Dec. 06 Lows-Corr-Moore Sr. Mary Gregory Ann 7:30 P.M. Dec.03 Middendorl-Bullocli STANZE, Rose G. 11:00 A M. Dec. 03 Roulsong STINSON, Betty J. 1 0:30 A.M, Dec. 04 Nurre-Mihovk- Rosenocker TUNICK, Soroh 2:00PM. Dec.03 Weil VANKIRK, Juonito Moe 1 0-00 A M. Dec. 1 2 Rullman Hunger Penney WALLACE, June K. 1 1 00 A M. Dec. 03 McGorroy Bros. WEISBRODT, Mary A. I0 30A.M Dec.03 Minges WELLS, Morytlizobeth 01:00 P.M. Dec. 05 Connely Brothers WILSON, Mary Louise 1 1 :00 A.M. Dec. 03 Miller-Busse 8 Borgmann YOUNG, Wilmo Leon 12:00Noon Dec 02 HodapplCollegeHill) iffiDeatt Notices M Death Notices : fjfir ALBERS CALLAN Donald H. Beloved husband fnr 10 wase tn v'V Be,,y Albers' uear rarner ot Carolyn (Lee) Mathews, Patty (Larry) Tlrey, Lynda Walker, Shirley Myers and the late Donald L, Albers. Grandfather of seven. Great-grandfather of five. Brother to Joann, Ruth, and the late i KOREA Lea Don wos on the first Evendale Fire Department and was a member of the Masonic Lodge In AAllford. Tuesday November 25, 2003. Age 75. Services convenience of the family. Memorials can be made to the Shrlners Burns 3229 Burnett Ave. Cincinnati, 45229. ANNESS Russell William, beloved husband of Jeanne Anness; devoted father of Martha Anness, Sally (Tom) Gibbons Slattery, and Tony Anness; brother and grandfather; Sunday, November 30, 2003, at age 86. Funeral Service Thursday, December 4, 2003 at 2:00 P.M. at Church of the Ascension, 2709 McGee Ave., Middle-town. The family will receive friends prior to the service, from 1:30-2:00 P.M., at the church. Arrangements by Wilson-Schramm-Spaulding Funeral Home. Condolences may be sent to the family via our web page at www.WllsonSchrammS-paulding.com BENNETT Ovie C. Loving Husband of the late Grace Bennett (2003), survived by five Daughters Bernlce Cas-ebolt, Brenda Simpson, Patricia Newton, Melonie Bennett and Donna Poynter, and two Sons David and Douglas Bennett. Also survived by 16 Grandchildren and 12 Great-Grandchildren. Ovie was a Retired Pentecostal Minister, a retired steel worker and a WWII Army Veteran. Sunday, November 30, 2003. Age 79. Services will be at 11 A.M., Thursday at Fares J. Radel Funeral Home, Newport, KY. Visitation will be from 5-9 P.M., Wednesday at the Funeral Home. Burial In Greenlawn Cemetery, Mil-ford, OH. Memorials may be made to the Deliverance House of Prayer, 3488 Henrietta Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45204. M) Funeral Homes Thompson Hall & Jordan Funeral Homes 513-742-3600 www.thjfuneral com "Our Service A Sacred Trust" Joseph R. Carr Funeral Service 513-241-6788 Serving Southern Ohio and Greater Kentucky H. Thomas. Beloved husband of 58 years to Gretchen Callan (nee Kuhl- mann). Loving father of Sarah K. Shackelford (Harold), Matthew T. Callan (Terl Hannon) and Margaret L. McVaugh (Michael). Devoted grandpa of Kaetlin McVaugh. Dear brother of the late James H. Callan. Dear Uncle of Jamie and Andy Callan and Beth Estes. Sunday, November 30, 2003 at his residence In Harrison Twp. at the age of 77. Family and friends may call In the John C Brater Funeral Home, 201 S. Vine St., Harrison, Tuesday, December 2, 2003 from 5-8 P.M. Funeral service Wednesday, December 3, at 11:30 A.M. by the Snow Lodge 193 F 8. AM and Dr. Harold Shackelford. Interment in the Glen Haven Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Children's Hospital through the funeral home. CAPLINGER Edwin "Ed" of Moorefleld, Indiana. Funeral Wednesday 11 A.M. at Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home. Calling Tuesday from 5-8 P.M. DICK Larrel L, beloved and loving husband of Barbara Brough-ton Dick, cherished and devoted dad of Sue (Gene) Pitzer and Vicky (Greg) Waldo, adored and proud grandpa of Bill and Christy Schoen, preceded In death by son-in-law Jim Schoen, dear son of Ina Barber Dick and the late Vertls Dick, caring brother of Charlcie (James) Wilkerson, Thelma (late J.C.) Atwood, Bobby (Kay) Dick and Carol (Wayne) Renner. He was a dedicated team grandpa of the Mllford youth sports. Monday, December 1, 2003, residence Loveland, Ohio. Services Evans Funeral Home, 1944 State Route 28, Goshen, Thursdoy, December 4, 12 P.M. visitation 10 A.M. until time of service. Memorials to Alzheimer's Association or Hospice of Cincinnati, Inc.. DORSEY Willord C. Devoted friend of Johnnie M. Forney, beloved brother of Mary Casey, Jean Flint, and Paulette (Willie Sr.) Hill and a host of relatives and friends. November 28, 2003. Visitation Thursday, December 4, 2003, 11 A.M. until service time at 12 Noon at Greater Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, 505 E. Liberty Street. Reverend Herbert Mabry, Pastor. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. Jamison 1 Jamison Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Funeral Homes ENGELIIARDT Richard Daniel Jr. - Dear fiance of Doris Beeler - Father of Richard Engelhardt, III - Loving brother of Jacqui Shah and Leslie Blanken-buehler - Uncle of Tanya, Zarina, Stacy and Bevin Great uncle of Joel Cousin of Susan Siemers - Monday, December 1, 2003 Age 53 Residence Mariemont - Dan "the sax man" was a talented local azz musician who has played throughout Cleveland and Cincinnati and wiH be missed by many - A Memorial Service will be held at a later date Remembrances may be sent to the American Cancer Society, 11117 Kenwood Rd., Cincinnati, OH. 45242 Paul R. Young Funeral Home, Mt. Healthy in charge of arrangements. ERNSTES Imelda C. "Mel" (nee Gerd-Ing), beloved wife of Gilbert J. Ernstes, dear mother of Charles "Eddie" (Vaunda), Gregory (Denlse), and Stephen (Patricia) Ernstes, beloved sister of Cleste Gerd-ing,- Casilda Dornacher, Delores Macke, Anne Rub-erg, and Eunice Wenning. Also survived by nine grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and many more loving family and friends. Died November 28, 2003, Mass of Christian Burial 10:00 A.M. Wednesday, December 3 at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church, 177 Siebenthaler Ave, Reading. Visitation will be at church from 9:00 A.M. until time of Mass. Memorials may be made to St. Rita School for the Deaf. Schmldt-Dhonau Funeral Home assisting with arrangements. ' EVANS Miriam, 96, of Cincinnati, died Monday, November 25, 2003 at St. Mary's Memorial Home In Glendale. She was born on July 22, 1907 in Des Moines, Iowa and was the daughter of Max and Ella Mahler. She married Thomas Wayne Wilson In 1930. After his death, she married David Evans of Cincinnati, who preceded her In death. She is survived by her sister, Bothllda Cleveland of Des Moines, Iowa; two sons, Thomas Wayne Wilson, Junior of Westport, Connecticut and Charles M. Wilson of San Antonio, Texas; four grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Memorial services will be held at the chapel of St. Mary's Memorial Home, 469 Albion Avenue, Glendale on Wednesday, December 3 at 10:30 A.M. In lieu of flowers, lamlly requests that donations be made to St. Mary Memorial. FISHER Shirley R. (nee Hockstok), beloved wife of Charles W. Fisher, devoted mother of Peggy Llmanowskl, Janet (Jim) Elliot, Beverly Crawford, Robert (Ruth) and Tom (Pat) Fisher, devoted grandmother of Lynn, Michael, and Chuck, Joan, John, and Teresa, Brian and Joshua and Tim, great-grandmother of fifteen. Friends may call at the Ma-ham Funeral Home, Williamsburg, Tuesday 6-8 P.M. Service at the United Methodist, Williamsburg, Wednesday at 10:30 A.M. Memorials may be given to the United Methodist Church. FRANKLIN Henrietta "Honey" (nee Beln) age 85, passed away November 30, 2003, beloved wife of the late Herman S. Franklin, devoted mother of Steve and Carolyn Franklin and Lynn and Richard Hansen of Evergreen, Colorado, dear sister of the late Sel- wyn J. Beln, loving grandmother of Llndsey Franklin. Services Well Funeral Home, 8350 Cornell Road, Tuesday, December 2, 2:00 P.M. Friends may call on the family following the Interment at the Regency. Memorial contributions to Hospice of Cincinnati or the American Cancer Society would be appreciated. www.weilfuneralhome.com FREE Ltc. Charles R., U.S. Army, Retired, 73 of Mason, died at Dayton VAMC Hospice Wednesday, November 26, 2003. He Is survived by his wife, Helen; daughter, Beverly; and son, Bryan. Graveside services will be 2:00 P.M. Thursday, December 4, 2003 In Dayton National Cemetery, Dayton, Ohio. The family requests memorials to the ALzheimer's Association In lieu of flowers. Arrangements entrusted to Newcomer-Farley Funeral Home, Kettering. FRITZ Amelia T. (nee Faeth). Beloved wife of the late George Fritz. Dear mother of Glenn R. (Carol S.) Fair-child. Sister of Clifford Faeth. Grandmother of Jef-fery Falrchlld. November 28, 2003, age 82 years. Family and friends are invited to attend a memorial service Wednesday December 3, 2003 at 7:00 P.M. held at Gump-Holt Funeral Home, 3440 Glenmore Avenue Cheviot. Member of Green Twp. Seniors and Miami-town Chapter O.E.S. If so desired memorials may be made to Shrlners Burns Hospital, 3229 Burnet Avenue 45229-3095 GERHARDSTEIN Joyce A., Beloved wife of William Gerhardstein, devoted mother of Norma and Theresa Gerhardstein. Saturday, November 29, 2003. Age 63 years. Visitation Tuesday 5-8 P.M. in the Ronald B. Jones Funeral Home, Ludlow, KY. Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday 11:30 A.M. In St. Agnes Church, Ft. Wright, KY. Interment In St. John's Cemetery, Ft. Mitchell, KY. Memorials to St. Agnes Church 1680 Dixie Hwy., Ft. Wright, KY 41011. GIBLIN Gerald A. "Gerry", son of the late William and Alma Giblln, dear brother of Rosemary Divo, Glnny Wall-baum, Pat Hennecke, Ray, -Larry and the late Robert and William Giblin, also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Suddenly Wednesday, November 26, 2003, age 62, life long resident of Elmwood Place. Visitation will be at St. Aloysius Church (corner of Towne Ave. and Vine St.), Elm-wood Place, Thursday from 10 A.M. until time of Mass of Christian Burial at 11 A.M. Memorials may be made to the American Lung Association. Hodapp Funeral Home, Carthage, handling arrangements. MARUFFI ther of Catherine Anthony (Deborah) S. SEIFERT TUNICK Arlr.an C ne A7 fit DlmtteH Sflfflh (Oliie). 80e 97, Joseph P. be- Fal,v formerv o) Hamilton passed away December 1, loved husband died Saura8y, November 2003, beloved wife of the lunirn cf Ww la,e J" 29. He was employed by late David Tunick, devoted I WWII sephme C. Mar- cincinnatj m or over 30 mother of Estelle (Tootsie) Uffi. deVOted fa- i . . O.Al- nrnHmnthr '"' tive of the Communication ot uarrei ana Larry Knam, the uunrknrc nl Amarirn tnr 11 Akn Survived bv three late Josephine R. Maruffl, yearii ne serVed as Union great-grandchildren, dear loving grandfather of Tina & president of Local 4400. aunt of Kenny and Debbie Survived by his wife, Jo- Delape. Services Weil Fu- sephine (nee Fink) Seifert; neral Home, 8350 Cornell tive sons, Gary A., Daniel, Road, Wednesday, Decern- Anthony M., Michael and ber 3 at 2:00 P.M.. Visitation Christopher C; a daughter, at the funeral home begins Sherry Seilert; 12 grandchll- at 1:00 P.M.. www.Weilfu- dren; three great-grandchil- neralhome.com Hron' hrnlhor Charles ol- the Hodapp Funeral Home, fer). tnree sslers Mary VANKIRK 6041 Hamilton Ave. College B.th ujjioni, i ,! Seifert Juanita Mae "Bluegill". Sur- and Coralee Seifert; and a vlved by spouse Harold sister-in-law, Pam Weaver. Vankirk, daughters Janice Mass of Christian Burial will Uhlmanslek, Pat Laveiie be held 10 A.M. Thursday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Hamilton. Visitation 5-8 P.M. Wednesday at the Julie Maruffl, dear brother of Frank (Betty) Maruffi, Catherine Genlcola & Gloria (Rudy) Bertuzzl, also survived by many loving nieces &. nephews. Saturday, November 29, 2003, age 91 years. Friends may call at Hill, Wednesday 5-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Vivian Church, Finneytown, Thursday 10:30 A.M. Memorials may be made to donor's favorite charity- Hamilton. O'NEIL Frances "Jean" Virginia nee Geracl). Beloved wife nf the 1Mb Rntwt T. O'Npil. Devoted mother of Robert SHAMBAUGII E. (Catherine) O'Nell. Dear grandmother of Michele (Michael) Braden. Great grandmother of Ashley O'Nell. Aunt of many nieces and Sandy Bruce, son David "Bluegill" Higham, stepdaughter Monica Ogden, sister Mary Fair, nine Brown-Dawson Funeral grandchildren, five Home, 1350 Mlllvllle Avenue, great-grandchildren and one of Adele E. Knapp and Mar-garate Newkirk, uncle of and nephews. She was pre- Jerry and Robert Knapp, ceded in death by three Beverly Girder, Patty step-grandson. She was the owner of Bluegill's Place Bait Shoo for over 25 vears. Joseph E. Beloved son of Visitation 5-8 P.M. Thurs-the late John and Laura day at Funeral Home. Fu-Shambaugh. Dear brother neral Service 10:00 A.M. Frl- Staley-Crowe Funeral Home 7140 Plainfield Road . Deer Park, OH 45236 513-791-9357 Pre-Planning Available Funeral Homes' DALBERT-WOODRUFF FUNERAL HOME 922-1010 2880 Boudlnot at Queen City GROVER Willard C, loving cousin of William and Barbara Moor-field. Monday, December 1, 2003. Graveside service at Evergreen Cemetery, Southgate, KY, Wednesday at 11 A.M., meet at front gate. Memorials may be directed to the Animal Welfare League. Elden A. Good Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. goodfuneralhome.com GUTJAIIR Adam J. be- A Invert hiichanrl of the late Antoinette (nee Ellig) Gutiahr. Dear father of Adam J. (Carol) Gutiahr, Jr., Barbara Ann (Neil) Schmitt & the late Marie, Joseph Edward & Paul Joseph Gutahr. Also survived by eight grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Dear brother of the late Helen Gutiahr. Son of the late Adam & Theresa (Tuetsch) Gutiahr.- Brother-in-law of Amelia Ellig 8. the late Joseph Ellig. Saturday, November 29, 2003. Age 93 yrs. Adam was a longtime employee of Nichols Business Forms, a member of the Athletic club and Men's society of St. Martin's Church 8. a member of the Purcell Council K of C 12798 who will hold services Wednesday at 4 P.M. Visitation Wednesday from 4-7 P.M. at the Neidhard-Minges Funeral Home, 3155 Harrison Ave (Westwood). Mass of Christian Burial Thursday 10 A.M. at St. Martin's Church (Cheviot). In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Shrlners Hospital for Crippled Children, 1900 Richmond Rd. Lexington, KY 40502 or St. Martin's Adopt-AStudent Fund. www.neldhard-minqes.com HENDERSON Zane Aldrlch, on November 27, 2003 at the Hospice of Cincinnati. She Is survived by her daughter Lisa, her daughter-in-law Susan Mathls, her beloved granddaughters Lele and Nana, her brother Gil Aldrlch and her sister, Jennifer Aldrich, numerous extended family members, and many cherished friends. Her beloved husband John Herbert Henderson predeceased her. Her friends and family will celebrate her life on December 13, 2003 at 2 P.M. at Clifton United Methodist Church, 3416 Clifton Ave. Clifton, Ohio. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Half the Sky Foundation, 541 Vlstamont Ave. Berkeley, California 94708 Hollandsworth Marie Sparks, born on May 12, 1918, passed on November 27, 2003. Beloved mother of Emerson Hall, Everett Hollandsworth, Harriett Parr, Ruby Newsome, Eddie Hollandsworth, Myrtle Hodges, David Hollandsworth, Brenda Stacy and Willie Hollandsworth. Loving grandmother to many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Also survived by four brothers and three sisters. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. INMAN Bernadine B. (nee Brown). Beloved mother of James (Nancy) Inman. Loving grandmother of Cynthia (Darrein Steward and Elizabeth (Thomas) Schindler. Dear great grandmother of Declan and Cameron Steward. Also survived by other loving relatives and friends. Dear sister of the late Rich- ard and Eugene Brown. December 1, 2003. Age 94. Residence Ross, OH.. Retired nurse with 20 years at Procter and Gamble's Miami Valley Labs. Graveside service at Venice Cemetery In Ross, OH. on Wednesday at 11:30 A.M.. In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorials be made to Venice Presbyterian Church or Franciscan at Schroder. Charles C Young Funeral Home, Ross, OH. is assisting the family. KAUFMAN Alberta Ruth (nee Bruns), beloved wife of the late Robert H. Kaufman, devoted mother of Robert K. Kaufman (Rosemary) and Gregory M. Kaufman (Ter- rl L.), loving grandmother of Renee Therese Kaufman, dear sister of Rita Scheldt (Daniel), Bud Bruns and the late Loretta Spoehrer and Joe Bruns, dear aunt of numerous nieces and nephews. November 30, 2003. Age 85 years. Visitation Wednesday from 9:30-1 1 A.M. at the Bolton & Lunstord Funeral Home, 3042 Harrison Ave., Westwood where a Blessing will be held Wednesday at 11:00 A.M. brothers and two sisters, Monday, December 1, 2003. Age 84. Former resident of Wyoming. Blessing at the Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy Thursday at 10 A.M. Friends may call TknJ O.in A AA until time of service at the SHARPE funeral home. Gruber, Peg Peace and Douglas Newkirk. Sunday, November 30, 2003. Age 87. Friends may call Vitt, Stermer L Anderson Funer al Home, 4619 Delhi Rd. WALLACE Wednesday 11 A.M. until time of service 12 Noon. day at Rullman Hunger Denney Funeral Home Aurora, Indiana. Memorial Donations can be made to Christian Union Church, Sun-man Fire Dept. or Life Squad or Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church. William Kenneth Jeremy. Survived by Parents John REAVES and Martha (Tucker) Sharpe, Fiance Tara David- Eugene Ken- son, Sister Rebecca (Jere-nith, 75, Mt. Or- my J) Sharpe Owens, ab resident, Nieces Makayla Sharpe and passed away Madison Owens, and Neph- Maqie; Key; Catherine November 26, ew Tyler Owens. Visitation .. Datriri. u.ttkau, nH 2003. Eugene was an Army Wednesday 5-8 P.M. at Eizabeth: Carlv and Katie; rm.i-ueriiiey ruiwiai Home. Service Thursday 2 P.M. at Zlon Lutheran Church, Manchester, Indl- June K. (nee Kysela) age 69, Of Cincinnati and formerly of Cleveland, Beloved mother of Tom (Patsy) of Roanoke, VA., John (Margie) of Cincinnati, Cathy (Deceased), Carolyn Ayers (Beaman) of Cincinnati, Jim (Melissa) of Dayton, and Bill (Isabella) ot Chicago. Grandmother of Emery, veteran, retired after 38 years as a Millwright for the Jefferson-Smurflt Paper Co., In Lockland. He was preceded In death by his ana. In lieu of flowers please parents, Henry and Ola make donations to family. (nee Ellis) Reaves, one son, Henry L. Reaves, six brothers and two sisters. He Is survived by his wife of 49 ARME0 L" FORCES Hart) Reaves of Mt. Orab, two sons, Ronald Reaves of Batavla, John Reaves of Manchester, one step-daughter, Joyce Bradley of St. Pete, FLA., one brother Floyd Reaves of Lima, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Visitation will be Wednesday, December 3rd, 10-11 A.M.. Funeral Service 11 A.M., all at Burger-Riggs Funeral Home, 104 Spice Street, Mt. Orab, Ohio. Interment in Mt. Orab Cemetery SIEBER Frederick J., 58, of Milan, Indiana, passed away November 27. He was a commercial banker with several regional banks, retiring from U.S. Bank. Survived by his wife Sandy, son Daniel, stepsons Robert and Adam Cook, mother Catherine Sle-ber, and 2 grandchildren. Services December 6, 11 WEISBRODT tation December 6, 10-11 A.M. Memorials to Humane Society. Brendan and Sean. Sister of Thomas Kysela of Key West, FL. Saturday, November 29, 2003 In Cincinnati. Prayer Services Wednesday, December 3, in the McGorray Bros. Funeral Home of Lakewood, 14133 Detroit Ave. (216-226-5356) at 11 A.M. Where friends may call Wednesday morning from 10 A.M. until time of Prayer Service. Interment Holy Cross, Brook Park, Ohio. Family suggest memorials to the American Cancer Society SR. MARY GREGORY ANN Sister Mary Gregory Ann (Audrey A. Schaedler) was Edward Robert af(ord born on August 16, 1929 In G and Lawrence Covington, KY. She entered Schwat, Ros. Hummel. Mary A. (nee Schwab), beloved wife of Michael E. Weisbrodt, dear mother of James (Denlse) Weisbrodt, Linda (Steve) Vlel, and the late Michael G. Weisbrodt, sister of Lillian Rehm and Joseph Schwab, and the late the Congregation of the Sisters of Notre Dame in Covington, KY on February 2, 1949 and made her First Vows on August 8, 1951 In Covington, KY. Sister Mary Gregory Ann was In her 53rd year of profession. Sis ter Mary Gregory Ann died Monday, December 1, 2003. Sister Mary Gregory Ann Leonard Bush. Caring "u9"' siuaenis in me mia- Foundation, nrnrtfthar nf iniia ion die grades In the Dioceses Cheyenne and Logan. Wally ?' Covington, Lexington, WELLS RICHMOND Wally E., 56, of Milford passed away November 29, 2003. Loving husband of Amanda (nee Stauss). Loving father of Jessica, Kevin and Patrick Rich mond and step-father of Loretta Medl, and Martha Kreimer. Grandmother of ten, great-grandmother of four. Age 74. Visitation Wednesday, December 3 from 9:30 A.M. until time of Mass at 10:30 A.M., St. Johns Church, Harrison. Memorials may be directed to the Harrison Life or Fire Squad, or the Diabetes is also survived by his Sioux City; and the Archdio- Marv Enzabetn (nee jor. brothers, Harold and James "5" 01 V nn01' V" dan). Loving wife of the late er years Sister tutored adults and children In the Literacy Program, and made beautiful, useful and tncnlratlnnal rararnlr "C Visitation will pieces. Sister Mary Grego- and nephews. Visitation will be In the Provincial House, St. Joseph Hts., on Wednes- Barnhill and Ron Richmond, his sisters, Joyce Alleen Bryant, Sue Hess and Linda Yunger, nine nephews and 13 nieces. Visitation will be on Wednesday, December 3rd from 5-7 P.M. at Craver- Chester Harold Wells, dear mother of Karen Janice Wells-Sims and Charla Rene Wells and also beloved grandmother of Amanda Ashley Sims. November 28, 2003. Residence Dayton, KY. Age 74 years. Funeral service Friday, December 5, 2003 at 1 P.M. with visitation beginning at 12 Noon at Hilltop Church of Christ, also ulcltaiiAr. Tn.-rJ.,e Ha. ford. Funeral services will will be held at 5 P.M. Mass cember 4 2003 at the xl0TihnnndAV',,DeCfT,ber li" T,, "L"'" ."".i! urch from 4 P.M. until rlh ".1n0?(Ar-M-," P-M-Wed"dy, In he n(ermen( I t i V Ce? er,' 1 "nvent Ch.9e- Mem,.ials Hills Memorial Gardens In E. McMillan, Cincinnati, are suggested to the Sisters T.r mii v M.i.i il uulll ha In T-raanlaiun nf Mntra Hma 1A711 nivla . . . . 1. . .-.SIMM..". ,,,, ,v, )0 N KU childrens Ensem- nwy., rai". nm, l T mull. Middendorf-Bullock Funeral Home, Covington is serving the sisters. Riggs Funeral Home & Cre- day, December 3, 2003 from matory, 529 Main St., Mil- 4-7 P.M. The Wake service Burial will be In Greenlawn Cemetery in Mlltord. SCHLANDT Arthur, Beloved husband of Luella Owlngs and the late Norma Schlandt. Dear father of David Schlandt, Powell Tenn. and Allen Schlandt of Hilltop Lakes, Texas. Loving grandfather ble at N.K.U. Preparatory Department, Louis B. Nunn Dr. Highland Heights, KY 41076 andor Hilltop Church of Christ, 5300 Taylor Mill Rd. Taylor Mill, KY 41015. Connley Brothers Funeral Home In Latonia, KY serv-inq the family. STANZE Rose G age 81, of Dayton, passed away Friday, November 28, 2003, In Greenville, North Carolina. Pre- of seven grandchildren and "dehd 'n,nd.6a LhA'?u,.y WILSON 18 great grandchildren. De- 5f,rr'rfalJ?hhSrh"' Mary Louise (nee Sloan) voted brother of the late Survived by her brother, ,. ' , . . ' age Herts, England; sister, Alice Stockbridge of Stev enage Herts, England; Sev- Miriam Minges. Thursday, November 20, 2003 residence Newport Rlchey Florida, formerly of Harrison Ohio, age 96. Friends and relatives are Invited to attend the graveside funeral service In the Glen Haven Cemetery, Harrison Ohio on Thursday, December 4 at 11:30 A.M. Memorials may Wilson. Mother of the late Phyllis L. Carter and Mary Katherine Hahn. Dear sister en g3r.ndchildren,WlRob. If EH1 LSE vlved by three grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, two great great grandchildren and one niece. Sunday, November 3U, 1.003. Age 85 years. Friends may call Miller- erts of Hamilton, Ohio, Alex Stanze of Cape Coral, Florida, Mark Todd of Grlfton, North Carolina, Chris Stanze of Colliervllle, Tennessee, Rebecca Huff of Cincinnati, be made at the Central Bap- Busse and Borgmann Fu- mt uiurcn, oak Ridge neral Home, 3464 Central Tenn. through the John C. e,sze ' $l"l"ni Parkway at Clifton Hills, Greenville, North Carolina. Cli on, Wednesday 10 A.M. Funeral services will be II "Jtll me of funeral service A.M., Wednesday, at Rout- at 11 .A-M- Condolences song Funeral Home, 2100 E. m0 Kbe , "Pressed at Stroop Road, Kettering, www-busseborqmann.com wnn rceverena iary i-avor vriTTNTP nlllrUllna D..-I.I In V.ll.. IUU11U ui i ivroi ii py. uui iai in vaucy View Cemetery. The family will greet friends in the fu- Brater Funeral Home, 201 S. Vine St. Harrison Ohio 45030 which is In charge of the arrangements. SCHWARTZ Renee, age 75, passed away December 1, 2003, devoted wife of Eugene Schwartz, beloved mother of Ronald E. Schwartz, Elliot S. Schwartz and Sheri Woodrum, loving sister of Herman Renz and Gloria Wenzel, dear grandmother of Krlssy Schwartz and Paige Woodrum. Serv ices Weil Funeral Home, Wilma Jean, beloved mother of Robert D. Osborne, neal me'rhourprlor SgZ to the service. In lieu of " s L s.bo.rne' dT s s"r flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Greenville, 38C Home Health & Hospice Care, Incorporated, P.O. of Thurstene Appleby, Maxlne Stlens and Shirley Snowden, also survived by ten grandchildren, nine great grandchildren and nu- ii ii-ur uui gicu, r . i . mc Hi- meruu5 nieces ana neDn- 8350 Cornell Road, Wednes- VnnHnTnr mtf h ews- Frtc,fly November 2B, day, December 3 at 11:30 "8nf e.n y,! 2003, age 68 years. Friends ' : mav ml at tha Un4atin Cu. A.M.. Friends may call on the family at the home of Eugene Schwartz, 10311 Gentlewlnd Dr., Wednesday 7:00-9:00 P.M.. Memorial contributions to Hospice of Cincinnati would be appreciated. www.Weilfuneral-home.com Funeral Homes Jon deitloff FUNERAL CENTRE 681 -PLAN www.sprtngffrove.org funeral home's website at www.routsono.com STINSON Betty J. (nee Devlne) beloved wife of William T. Stlnson, loving mother of Vlckl Grler of Baltimore, MD and Terrl (Rex) Farmer, dear grandmother of Mlndl and William "Billy" Gardner, Justin and Randall Grler, dear sister of Pat (Arvin) Highfield of Lagrange, KY, James Devine, Bobby Moore and Vernon (Nancy) Moore all of Port Royal, KY. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Saturday, November neral Home, 6041 Hamilton Ave., College Hill, Tuesday from 10 A.M. until the funeral service at 12 Noon. ) Funeral Homes Tufts Schildmeyer LOVELAND 683-2430 BlANCHESTER 783-2468 GOSHEN 122-2430 Gilligan Funeral Homes a Cincinnati, Ohio jj, (513) 281-6311 gilliganluneralhomes.com THOMAS FUNERAL HOMES WADiSONViLLE and KENWOOD T. P. WHITF il SlINS 29, 2003. Age 70 years. Visl- Mt. Washington 231-7150 ioiiuii vvtruncMjay, uecem- ber 3 from 4-8 P.M. at Nurre-Mlhovk-Rosenacker Funeral Home, 5527 Cheviot Rd. (near North Bend Rd.). Funeral Service Thursday 10:30 A.M. at the funeral home. Memorials may be directed to the Coleraln Township EMS or Vitas Hospice. . Florists ie Florist 6622 (24 Hr) Metro Area Delivery Watch: Northside neighborhood groups keeps eye on courts From Page CI fenders aren't just getting a slap on the wrist and let out again," said Jim Bodmer, who has lived in College Hill for more than 40 years. "I understand overcrowding, but there are quality of life issues at stake." In Madisonville and' Walnut Hills, residents work through the probation department, helping pro- bation officers keep track of offenders, Walton said. "We've had great success," Walton said. "People in these areas are telling probation officers what's going on. They work hand in hand with police." What is happening in Cincinnati has been repeated around the country and the state. In Dayton, the Artemis Center for Alternatives to Domestic Vio- lence has had a case watch program in the past. A group in Dma, Ohio, watches cases in the Allen County Courthouse. The Toledo Police Department's domestic violence unit also has a court watch. Nationally one of the longest-running court watch programs is in Minnesota, where members have been monitoring child abuse, seiual assault and domestic violence cases for 11 years. "We send monitors to the courtroom every day," said Suzanne El-well, executive director of WATCH. "We feel we have had success," Elwell said. "Victims and prosecutors call and ask us to be there." There are active court watch groups in Florida, New York and Nashville. Some places, including Hawaii and Nevada, have done court watch programs for a speci- I limp' fied period of time. Court officials and police officers welcome the community's input at court proceedings, they say. "We see the victims of theft offenses follow through, but rarely do neighborhoods follow through," said Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Steve Martin. "It would be nice to have their input on cases." He cautioned that judges must act within the law's sentencing guidelines and may not always do what the residents want, but said their voice is an important one in determining a sentence. "We are 100 percent for (such groups)," said Lt. Kurt Byrd, a spokesman for the Cincinnati Police Department "It shows support for anti-crime. We are all on the same page. "Hopefully it becomes infectious throughout other neighborhoods," Byrd said. Reporter Anna Michael contributed to this story. E-mail scoolid-geenquirer.com - I f

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