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4B OBITUARIES TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2007 POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL DEATH NOTICES Abrams. Walter A., 75, of Pbugh - kccpsic, died Sundav, Dec. 8, 2007. Arrangement by William G. Miller & Son Funeral Home Inc., (8455 4850241, Bukovviecld, Florence, died Monday, Dec 10,2007, Arran$jncntsby Hufcut Funeral Home, (845) 877 - 1400. DcMattio, Richard Ilaul, 43, of Pleasant Valley, died Sunday, Dec 9. 2007. Arrangements by Joseph J. Dar - row Sr. Funeral Home Inc ., (845) 4521840. . Fornabaio III, Joseph A., 21, of Wappingers Falls, died Monday, Dec 10,2007. Arrangements by Lincoln Park Funeral Home, (914) 963 - 1550. Gutzler, Antoinette "Tcss", 95, of Broomall, PA, died Sunday, De.c 9, 2007. Arrangements by Kovacs Funeral Home Inc., (610) 544 - 7692 Lunstedt, Marie Franciska (Eichstetter), 73, of Clinton Comers, died Saturday, Dec. 8, 2007 Arrangements by Dapson - Chestney Funeral H?meJ8J5JiJ7fr60qo Malone, Jan Ituth, 53, of Pleasant Valley, died Sunday, Dec. 9, 2007. Arrangements bv Allen Funeral llQme, (845) 635 - 2124 McWhirt, Blanche E., 85, of Amc - hia, died Saturday, Dec 8. 2007 Arrangements by Peck and Peck Funeral Home, (518) 398 - 7777 Muncey, Barbara, 67, of Dover Plains, died Sunday, Dec 9, 2007 - Arrangements by ilufcut Funeral Home, (845) 877 - 1400 I nkey, I lannah, 8.", of Poughkeep - sic, died Saturday, Dec 8, 2007 Arrangements by Rhodes Funeral Homes, (845) 452 - 2894 Quattrociocchi, Frank L., 50, of Pleasant Valley, died Monday, Dec. 10, 2007. Arrangements by Allen Funeral Home, (845) 635 - 2124, Held, I liland, 50, of Newburgh, died Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2007. Arrangements by Rhodes Funeral Homes, (845) 569 - 1233. Kogers, Thomas, 70, of Hyde Park, died Dec'?, 2007. Arrangements by Sweet's Funeral Home, Inc., (845)2292624 Searles, Sally M 72, of HoUiston, MA, died Sunday, Dec, 9, 2007. Arrangements by Dapson - Chest - ney Funeral Home, (845) 876 - 6000. Squicciarini, Amy AL, 40, of I ligh - land Falls, died Saturday, Dec. ?, 2007. Arrangements by William E Hogan Funeral Home, (845) 446 - 2868. Sweeney, Mary K., 83, of Rhinebeck, died Sunday, Dec. 9, 2007 Arrangements by Burnett & White Funeral Homes, (845) 876 - 3193. - I , Taylor, Richard L., 6f Pough - keepsie, died Sunday, Dec 9,2007. Arrangements by Straub, Catalano & Halvey Funeral Home, (845) 2972610. Tuzzolino, Anthony John, 84, of New Paltz, died Saturday, Dec 8, 2007. Arrangements by Copeland Funer - al Home Inc., (845) 255 - 1212. Zolotas, Darlene, 39, of Beacon, died Saturday, Dec. 8, 2007. Arrangements by Robert 'II. Auchmoody Funeral Homes Inc., (845) 896 - 6166. IN MEMOBIAM M Gawrlyczik H i on his 1st Anniversary M in Ilpnvpn 'v ( We planted your garden but we hail more weeds than veucies You took the set ret of starting the law n trat lor w itli you. Shed door Ls open hut your chair is emply We're sull asked "Where's the repair man"? You're missed everyday om finmlii tMiitotf&tAA I I B Richard Paul DeMattio PLEASANT VALLEY - Richard Paul DeMattio, 43, a Pleasant Valley resident, passed away on Sunday, Dec 9, 2007. Born on March 13. 1964 in Poufch - kccpsic he was the son of 1 larold and Susan Mitchell DeMattio. Richard was a graduate Registered Nurse and specialized in the field of Oncology. He worked prior Mr Americor at the Putnam County Jail as a Health Services Administrator for the past years Richard served in the US Navy from 1985 to 1987, and released in 1987 with an Honorable Discharge. On July 5, 1996, he married Anna Dcllaripa at the Colonial Terrace in Pcekskill. Mrs DeMattio survives at home Richard was the devoted son of Harold and Susan DeMattio of Red Hook; loving husband of Anna DeMattio of Pleasant Valley, loving father of Coryne DeMattio of Pleasant Valley; his sister, Kathleen Del - laripa and her husband, Antonio of I 1 yde Park; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. Visitation will be 2 - 4 and 7 - 9 p m., Wednesday, Dec 12, at the Joseph J. Darrow Sr Funeral Home Inc, Rt 9, Hyde Park. Funeral services will be held during the 7 - 9 p.m. visitation, officiated byRey. James A. Garisto of Our Lady of the Rosary Chapel of St Peter's Parish, Hyde Park. Blanche E. McWhirt AMENIA - Blanche E. McWhirt, 85 of Route 32 in Amenia, N.Y. died on Saturday December 8, 2007 at her residence. She was born on November 3, 1922 in Gt Barrington, MA the daughter of the Fred B. and Mina A. (Race) Jensea A homemaken'Mrs. McWhirt had been a resident of Amenia for the past four years previously residing in Copake;N.Y Survivors include two daughters, Shirley A. Graveline and Joann Cog - gins, both of Amenia; two sons, Ernest W Schofield of California and WilliamW.McWhirtJr.ofNorth Carolina. She is also survived by five grandchildreru two sisters. Hazel Coleman of Hillsdale N7Y. and Dorothy Warren of Hudson N.Y, along with a brother, William E. Jensen of 'CraryvilleN.Y Mrs. McWhirt was predeceased by her husband, William W. McWhirt Sr. in 2003 along with a grandchild and five siblings, Private funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family. Interment will be in the West Copake Cemetery. To send a online condolence please visitpeckandpeck.net Arrangements are with the Peck and Peck Funeral I lome, CopakeN.Y IN MEMORIAM W In Lovlrig Memory w of H 82024 121104 1 5 T5$k e 'ovc yu" n gL Rick, Sue, Marky B JvW? &Krlstlna. IL, f ftrvA aWyiLiJ w1 kS&a JST &IZ& j. r BrunoVirgilio 1918 - 2007 - - Sweet Dreams m Jan Ruth Malone PLEASANT VALLEY Jan Ruth Malone, 53, of Pleasant Valley died Sunday, December 9,'20O7 at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx. Born In Yonkcrs, NYon July 9, 1954, she was the daughter of Donald and Caryl Chonus Scharfenberg. JanwasagraduateofPleasantville High School, Class of 1972. She attended SUJNY Cobleskfll and was a graduate of Dutchess Community College and SUNY New Paltz. She was a 3rd grade teacher and teacher's assistant to the principal at LaGrange Elementary School from 1991 - 2007. Previously she worked at IBM from 1974 - 1980 as an administrative assistant On January 3, 1976 shemarried DougMaloneinl lawthorne, NY. Mr. Alalone survives at home. Prior to residing in Pleasant Valley, Jan lived In Ossining NY, Colchester CT, San Diego CA, and Westford MA, Mrs. Malone was a member and deaconess of Freedom Plains Presbyterian Church. She had a very active life having volunteered in numerous community based organizations and enjoyed outdoor activities such as biking, hiking and gardening. But most of all she loved just being with her family and friends. Jan is the dear daughter of Donald and Caryl Scharfenberg of Westerly, RI; devoted wife of Doug Malone of Pleasant Valley, and the loving mother of Karen Davey and her husband Bep of Philadelphia, Pa, MarkMalone and his girlfriend, Pat - tie Saghbene of Pleasant Valley and Christopher Malone of New Haven, CT, She also leaves behind her brother, John Scharfenberg and sister in - law, Tina Scharfenberg both of Newtown, CT, and several other inlaws and good friends. Visitation will be Wednesday 4 - $ pm at Allen Funeral Home, 1605 Main St., Pleasant Valley. Funeral services will be held Thursday 11 am from Freedom Plains, Presbyterian Church, Rt 55 and Stringham Rd, LaGrangeville, with Rev. Paul Lent presiding. Interment will follow in Freedom Plains Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made in Jan's memory to The American Brain Tumor Association, 272 River Rd., Des Plaines, IL 60018, or Calvary Hospital, 1740 Eastchester Rd, Bronx, NY 10461. If you would like to send the family a condolence and for guest book and directions, please visit www.Hud - sonValleyFuneralHomes.com. Barbara Muncey DOVER PLAINS - . Barbara Muncey, 67, a longtime resident of Dover Plains, NY, formerly of the Bronx, died Sunday, December 9, 2007 at Sharon Hospital, Sharon, CT. Mrs. Muncey was a horhemaker. She was born January 31, 1940 in . the Bronx, NY, the daughter of the late Alvin and Martha Bowen. Mrs. Muncey is survived by three children, Doug Richman of Eastchester, NY, Pamela Swartz of Dover Plains, NY and Steven Richman of Ossining, NY: four brothers, John Bowen of Yorktown I leights, NY, Ahin Bowen of Clinton Corners, NY, Michael Bowen of Pine Plains, NY, and Russell Bowen of Florida; three sisters, Adrienne Selite of Florida, Priscilla Vicole of Nanuef, NY, and Carol Schwanke of Ancram, NY; nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Besides her parents, she was predeceased by herhusband, Elliott Muncey in 2001. Calling hours will be held Wednesday, December 12, 2007 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p m. at the Hufcut Funeral Home, 3159 Route 22, Dover Plains, NY. Funeral services will be held Thursday, December 13, 2007 at 10 a.m. at the funeral home. Burial will follow at Evergreen Cemetery, Pine Plains, NY. Memorial contributions may be made tolhe American Cancer Society, Reade Placej Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. For directions or to send a condolence, please visit wwwhufcutfuner - alhome.com. IN MEMORIAM Darlene Alice Zolotas Amy M. Squicciarini '1 J 1 Wt 4 BEACON - DarleneDarlene Alice Zolotas, loving wife, sister, aunt and friend. passed away at her home, Saturday, December 8, 2007, she was 39. . Born July 1, 1968, Darlene was the daughter of Orlando and Joan Tompkins D'An - gclo, Sr Mrs. D'Angelo preceded Darlene in death in August of 1993. Mr. D'Angelo survives in Beacon. On May 29, 1993, Darlene married, George T. Zolotas in St. John's Church in Beacon. George survives at home. Darlene loved all things that broughtheroutdoors. She especially enjoyed eagle watching with her husband She was an excellent cook and all her family enjoyed the food she would prepare with love. In addition to her father and husband, Darlene is also survived by her sisters, Joan Hall and her fiancee, Brian Kurz of Glenham, Lisa and her husband Michael KUlmer of Beacon, brother, Orlando, Jr. and his wife , Laurie D'Angelo, sisters in law, Helen Zolotas ofFlshkilL Terry and her husband, Tony Lee of Oneonta, Patricia and herhusband, Leonard Stevens of Poughqiiag, brothers - in - law, William Edward and his wife, Betty Zolotas of Poughkeepsie, James and Ivette Zolotas of Beacon and numerous adoring nieces and nephews. Darlene was predeceased by her sisters, Brenda Samuelsqn n Octo - berof 2002, Judy Benecesa in August of 2005 and her brother, Robert D'Angelo in May of 2001. Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9p.m. Tuesday, December 11 at Robert H. Auchmoody Funeral Homes, Inc, 1028 Main Street FishkUl. A funeral service will be held at the funeral home on Wednesday, December 12 at 10 am Interment will follow in Ballard - Barrett Cemetery Frank L. Quattrociocchi PLEASANT VALLEY - Frank. L. Quattrociocchi, 50, of Pleasant Valley, died Monday, December 10, 2007 after a long courageous battle with cancer at Vassar Brothers Medical Center. Born in Poughkeepsie on March 20, 1957, he was the son of Frank C and Carmella Fanelli Quattrociocchi. Frank was a graduate of Arlington High School, Class of 1975. He then attended Marist College and earned his Bachelor's Degree withadoublQ major in Chemistry and Biology in 1980. After graduation, Frank ran Quat - tro's Poultry and Game Farm in Pleasant Valleyand also opened Quat - tro's Hunting Supply, also in Pleasant Valley. He was a Master Gunsmith and a licensed gun dealer. He was a member of the Nation Rifle Association, NYS Rifle and Pistol Association, and the American Gunsmithing Association. - Frank' is survived by his mom, Carmella of Pleasant Valley; his brother, Salvatore Quattrociocchi and his wife Joyce of Pleasant Valley, his sister, Dr. Marie Quattro - Potenza and her husband Lawrence Potenza of Pleasant Valley; and nieces, Catherine, Maria and Angela Potenza. He was predeceased by his father, Frank C. Quattrociocchi in 2002. Visitation will be Thursday, 530 8.30 pm, at Men Flmeral Home, 1605 Main St, Pleasant Valley. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered Friday, 1 1 am, from St Stanislaus Church, Main St, Pleasant Valley. Interment will follow in St Peter's Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made in Frank's memory to a charity of choice. If you would like to send the family a condolence and for guest book and directions, please visit wwwJIud - sonValleyFuneralllomes com. IN MEMORIAM 331 fFri - im i iW&A VB On Your Second Birthday in Heaven Mary R, Sucich Dec. 11, 1936 - April 4, 2006 !. id 3 9 9 it Dejr Mom, ' I Iltc we are Jiuin. thai time of Ihu year. The time of the vear vou loved so muqh, your birthday & ( Imstmai You were the one that made Christmas fur us you were the one that made everything m beautiful and had a heart lilleil with lue iou were what Llimtmas was all about From the moment we could Understand the meaning of C hrhtmjs, you taught us that withou) lOVt FAMILY & SI 1ARINC, it Wasn't anything worth celebrating. You were always 'Our everything' Without you Christmas & birthdays arc not the same bul rest assurtifwc never let our roots escape us you will remain with car h and everyone of us for the test of our lives For you, there Is this song.,, yXffr urtytm (Vwutnuu "VJjy rwil Sfiufjou fHIfy kaoffloujwte witip Htlprf it tht tmiflUtr Vou uuJto &ru$ " "y l1 Uheur auulcftfy Jfy uiorlttu fuu 'flay fm rrtimuflufl !Ajm thuimrw (Viruttmu chttiflr tail 7 fare ttrr you (wulmu " wuyou rtnrmbrf ffif onejov ueJ(o htttw Sfm not the ttunt onr tlet uAai the timet Jone & that tolflytw huur let meja (Virutmiu it here veruiunree ($rutmu4 it here "fPuoueure iif. t j . - , - - .... .... j. ti r ii L - , ii ,i. ,'.' ,y mere u woe ui your neon wui your mum .'"U uniiieei uue xiuutmut oil lite wue, ffjetlflou tfiritlmut 1knutu 'oeuuikfjou "ou neoer flute uuiuy r7hefiy o'Miriitmut ilhy4 here itui'ie ut iTiftewhuu every heurl uuihffiy,, &!Utyour heurt with tuve.,.. tfaiih tfVff a You will always remain In our hearts &jn our souls Happy Birthday Mom, Srf Love, Uiri. Nidv, loty, AnaOistma & Oimtopher n eA ?C !e 2) 6a I HIGHLAND FALLS - On Saturday, December 8, 2007, our loving and courageous daughter, sister, aunt and friend, Am Marie, of Highland Falls, went to join her father after a miraculous life of 40 years. Amy is predeceased by her father, Frank Squicciarini, and is survived by her loving and devoted mother, June, at home; her brothers and sisters: Nick& Kate Squicciarini of Highland Falls, Frank & Donna Squicciarini of Wurlsboro, Tony & Rachelle Squicciarini of FortMontgomery, Lee Ann & Jim Ranieri of Highland Falls, and Susan & Jim Hoffman of Fredericksburg, VA; as well as many nieces and nephews, in addition to - several great nieces and nephews. Amy's 40 years of life were enriched by her faith for God and her love for family, children and community service. Her dedication was demonstrated by her association with Time for Tots, The Nursery School of the Highlands, and substitute teaching in the Highland Falls Central School District Amywasaproud member of the Garden Club and VISION of the Town of Highlands. One of her favorite commitments was being one of the initial contributing members of the not - for - profit organization "Do - Something", She was an active and faithful member of the Sacred Heart Parish, a com - mitteewoman for the Democratic Party of the Town of Highlands, as well as many local, state and national political events. Amy was presented with an honorary Brick Award from DoSomething for her service to the organizationby President Bill Clinton in 2005. Amy was also the recipient of the Evelyn Drew Distinguished Service Award from the Town of Highlands Democratic Committee in 2005. This past summer, Amy celebrated the milestone of her 40th birthday with all of her family and friends, which were of the utmost importance to her in the finalyears of her life. Amy's life was a true testament to the phrase, "It takes a village to raise a child" Amy's love and commitment to her community were reflected in the love and generosity that she received in return. Amy's faith, courage, strength and perseverance inspired all who knew her, to live and appreciate each day to the fullest Friends may call on Wednesday, December 12, 2007, from 2 - 4 and 7 - 9 p.m. at William E Hogan Funeral Home, 135 Main Street, Highland Falls. A Mass of Christian Burial will be on Thursday, December 13, '2007, at 10.00 am at Sacred Heart Church, 353 Main Street Highland Falls, with Rev. Jack Arlotta officiating. Interment will Mow at Eagle Valley Cemetery in Town of Highlands. In lieu of Dowers, Amy has requested contributions maybe made to The Kaplan Family Hospice Residence, 800 Stony Brook Court, Newburgh, New York 12550 or St Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee 38105 - 1942. Rineral arrangements were made by William F. Hogan Funeral Home, Highland Falls. (845)446 - 2868. Richard L. Taylor POUGHKEEPSIE Richard L. Taylor of Poughkeepsie died Sunday, December 9th at home from complications of Parkinson's disease. Mr. Taylor was born in Columbus, Ohio on December 18, 1931. He was the son of Iceland and Sarah Robbins Taylor. On September 24, 1955 he married Sally Edwards in Boston. Mr. Taylor was a member of the Class of 1953 at MIT. After completing his Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering, he served as a 2nd Lieutenant in me United States Army from 1955 to J.957, stationed in Arlington, Virginia. Following his service, he joined IBM and - enjoyed a distinguished career until his retirement A long time Dutchess County resident Mr. Taylor was a volunteer at Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library in Hyde Park and at the Grin - nell Library in Wappingers Falls, where for many years he taught computer classes. Along with his wife, he was a member of the Center for Lifetime Studies and enjoyed taking classes, especially in Science and Music. His love for music led him to play numerous instruments including banjo, clarinet, guitar, recorder and more. From his membership in the MIT' Outing Club during college and through the years, he enjoyed many outdoor pastimes, espedalKbicyding. As a member and officer of the Mid - Hudson Bicycle Club, he devoted countless fiburs not only to riding but leading and planning bicycle expeditions. Survivors include his wife Sally of Poughkeepsie, three daughters; Jane t Gangemi and her husband, Vincent of Pine Beach, NJ, Penelope Ruekberg and her husband, Brad of Richardson, TX and Celia Taylor and her husband, Jeff Miller of Denver, CO; and three grandchildren, Zachary and Samuel Gangemi, and Isabella Ruekberg. There will be no calling hours. A memorial service will be held at 3pm on Friday, December 28th at Christ Episcopal Church, Carroll Street, Poughkeepsie. In lipu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Gnnnell Library, 2642 E. Main St., Wappingers Falls, NY 12590. To send the family a personal condolence, please visit our website at wwwSiraubCatalanolIalveycom. Walter A. Abrams POUGHKEEPSIE Walter A. Abrams, 75, of Poughkeepsie, passed away peacefully Sunday, Dec 9, 2007 with his wife, Marie and family at his side. Walter was born on Sunday, Dec 7, 1932 to Violet and Amct Abrams. Survivors include his wife, Marie; six children, Regina Abrams and her boyfriend, Michael Insalaco Jr, Walter Jr. afid his wife, Maureen Abrams, Karen and her husband, Terry Has - apaglou, Stephen and his wife, Mamie Abrams, Joseph Ahrams and Kenneth and his wife, Patricia Abrams; stepchildren, Edward and Cynthia Villa, Lisa and Joseph Flan - nino and Anthony and Theresa Villa; grandchildren, Gina and Jason McGoldrick, Sherina Lugo, Breana Abrams, Thomas Abrams, Matthew Abrams, Demitria Hasapaglou, Victoria Villa, Danielle Villa, Stephanie Flannino, Christine Flannino, Nicholas Villa, Michelle Villa; and great - grandchildren, Cadence McGoldrick. He is also survived by his brothei; Martin and his wife, Agnes Abrams, sisters, Violet Doughty, Linda Abrams, Shirley Bishop and many nieces and nephews. A proud American, Walter was honorably discharged from the Korean War in 152. For mbst of his life, he was selfem - ployed in the restaurant business. Walter enjoyed activities including Senior Softball, golfing and cooking for family and friends. He had a great love for sports and most importantly, his beloved New YorkMets. Walter will be most remembered for his love of all animals, including his special pets, Bo, Hank and Oliver. Walter will be missed by all for his enormous sense of humor and wit There is not a person that he had come in contact with that had not been affected by his warm character. The family would like to thank everyone at Vassar Brothers Medical Center, especially, Critical Care Unit for their personal care for him and his family during his final days. Theirgenuine concern for Walter will always be appreciated. Calling hours will be 4 - 8 pm, Tuesday, Dec 11, at the William G. Miller & Son Funeral Home Inc., 371 Hooker Ave., Poughkeepsie. Funeral services will be 10 am., Wednesday, Dec 12, at the funeral home. Burial, with military honors, will follow in the Fishkill Rural Cemetery. In lieu of Dowers, the family suggests that donations be made to the Dutchess County SPCA, 636 Violet Ave., Hyde Park, NY 12538.. If you need directions or wish to send, condolences, please visit www.wmgmillerfh com. Joseph Fornabaio Wappingers Falls - Joseph A. Fornabaio III, 21, a lifetime resident of Wappingers Falls and a graduate of Roy C. Ketcham High School, passed away suddenly on December 10, 2007 at Saint Francis Hospital. Bdrn on October 7, 1986 in Yonkers, NY, he was the son of Joseph A. Fornabaio Jr of Yonkers, NY and Cindy Fornabaio of Wappingers Falls. Survivors include his sisters, Danielle and Michelle Fornabaio of Wappingers Falls; his grandmother, Mildred Fornabaio of Cape May, NJ; his grandfather, Michael Tadjj of Yonkers; and his aunts, uncles and many cousins from NX NJ, and CA. Also surviving are Don Ross and Matthew Ross. He is predeceased by his Grandparents, Joseph A. Fornabaio Sr and Joan Tacij, Visitation will be at Straub Funeral Home on Wednesday December 12, from 2 - 4 pm and 7 - 9 pm, and a short service Thursday December 13, at 10.00 am at Straub Funeral I lome, 55 East Main St Wappingers Falls, NY 12590. Sally M. Searles t HOLLISTON, MA - Sally M. Searles, 72, of Holliston, MA died Sunday, December 9, 2007 at the Metrowest Medical Center in Framingham, MA. Born in Rhinebeck, New York, she is the daughterof Marjorie (Cookinc - ham) of Rhinebeck, NY and the late Thomas Merryweather. She was the wife of Edward "Ted" Searles of Holliston. A Holliston resident for the past 45 years, she was a member of the Congregational Church of Holliston. She was very active with Avon and selling real estate in the past She enjoyed cruising every year and was a great cook who enjoyed giving dinner parties. Besides her husband of 48 years and her mother, she is survived by one son, Matthew Searles of Holliston, one daughter Melissa Ann Searles of Leicester, four sisters, Jan Gumienny of Rhinebeck, NY, Jill Johnson of Ft Lauderdale, FL., Jacqueline Undbloom of Nashua, NI L, and Cynthia Gallagher of Anthem, AZ., one sister in law Jean Merry - weather of Rhinebeck, NY ; and many nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by one brother, Thomas "T" Merryweather. Calling hours are Fridayl to 3 PM, at the Dapson - Chestney Funeral Home, 51 W. Market St, Rhinebeck. Funeral services will be 3 PM, followed by interment in Rhinebeck Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer 30 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701 or American Heart Association 20 Speen St, Framingham, MA 01701. To sign the online register please visit www.dapsonchestney.com. More obituaries 2B

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