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POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 13, 2X54 OBITUARIES & MID - HUDSON SB Judith Ross Boynton Alice M. Buser , UVKEVILtP, CONN. Judith Itoss Bcrynton, 54, the former head of Town lull School and a program officer of the Dyson Foundation in Mill - brook, died of ALS and chronic Lyme disease on Sunday. Oct 10. 20O4 at Sharon 1 lospital in Sharon, Conn. A graduate of Germantown Friends Schcol ln Philadelphia, Pa., Ms. Boynton held degrees from both Krkland College, how part of Hamilton, and the University of Pennsylvania. She was on the faculty at Abington Friends School, the Ethel Walker School, Renbrook School and Virginia Beach Friends School In 1992, she became the head of Tbwn Hill School, where she served until 1996. From 1996 until her disability, she was a program officer for the Dyson Foundation of Millbrook. She served as past board member of both German - town Friends School and Stratford Friends School. She. is survived by her husband of 27 years, Richard FitzRandolph Boynton of Lakeville; her daughter, Ashleigh Reeve Boynton of Boston, Mass.; her son, Kyle Randolph Boynton of Charlottesville, Va.; her mother, Jeanne Ragsdale Boynton of Lakeville; ancl three "sisters, Pamela Fuller Boynton of East Providence, R.I., Sandra Keith Boynton of Lakeville and Laura Wolcott Boynton of Litchfield, Conn. A Quaker Meeting for Worship to celebrated Judy's life is planned for late November in Lakeville. Donations in her memory may be sent to The Integrative Manual Therapy Association, co Center IMT, Suite 211, 800 Cottage Grove Road, Bloom - field, CT 06002, earmarked for the Judy Boynton Memorial Scholarship Fund. " Arrangements are under the direction of the Kenny Funeral Home, 41 Main St, Sharon, Cotin. ULSTER PARK - Alice M. Buser, 70, of Ulster Park, died at home on Monday, Oct 11, 2004. Born in East Kingston oh Dec. 25, 1933, she was a daughter of the late John G. and Jennie Smith White. She was employed in the business office of the Dairy Freeman in Kingston until her retirement in 1997. Mrs. Buser led an active life with her grandchildren, enjoyed travel with her husband, and was ah active member of the IBM Retirees. She is survived by her husband of 28 years, Henry F. Buser, one daughter, Daryl Lynn Morrell of the Town of Ulster, two stepdaughters, Cherie Lee Levy of Ann Arbor, Mich, and Lisa Marie Buser of Raleigh, N.C.; two stepsons, Richard E Buser of Long Island and Paul T. Buser of Drew, Miss.; three sisters, Mary 'Peg1 Lyons of Port Ewen, Linda Austin of Lake Katrine and Datiene Brandt of Buford, Ga.; three brothers, John W White of Swansboro, N.C., Richard J. White of West Hurley and Robert E White of East Kingston; two granddaughters; one great - granddaughter; . two stepgrandsons; and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a . sister, June McConneU, and a brother, Harry White. Friends may call from i - 4 and 7 - 9 p.m. on Wednesday at the Joseph V Leahy Funeral Home, 27 Smith Ave., Kingston. The funeral will be held from the funeral home at 9 a xr. on .Thursday and'will follow to St Colman's Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 am Interment will follow in Hurley Cemetery. James M. Majette WINGDALE - James M. Majette, 60, of Windgale; died oh Sunday, Oct 10, 2004 at New Milford Hospital in New Milford, Conn. A bus driver for First Student Transportation Company in Dover Plains, he was formerly employed as head cook at the Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center in Wingdale and the Hudson River Psychiatric Center in Poughkeepse". He belonged to the CSEA at Hariem Valley Psychiatric Center. A member of Mount Zion Baptist Church in Stormville, he was the head - of the culinary ministry at Mount Zion and was a member of the Mount Zion Men's Club. . Bora in Rich Square, N.C. on Oct. 8, 1944, he was the son of Archie and Cora Lee Grant Maggette. On Oct 6, 1979, he married Sarah Ford in Pawling. Mrs. Majette survives at home. In ; addition to his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Yvonne Diane Majette of Poughkeepsie; three brothers and sisters - in - law, Charles and Lillie Ann' Majette. of Durham, N.C, Rudolph and Willie Seal Majette of Wingdale and Raymond and Madeline Majette of Patterson; four sisters and two brothers - in - law, Lucille Merritt of Wingdale, Thelma and James Jeffer - sOn of Dover, Del, Lizzie Barber of Durham, N.C. and Cora and Harry Ford of Wingdale; two brothers - inlaw, Lesley Ford of Fredericksburg , Va. and John Henry Ford of Landoyer, Md.; a sister - in - law, Clara Ford of Knoxville Term.; a granddaughter, Briona Thompson of Poughkeepsie; and a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was predeceased by his brother, Archie Majette Jr. Calling hours are from 11 a m to 1 p.m. on Thursday at the Mount Zion Baptist Church, Stormville, N.Y. , Funeral services will follow at 1 p.m. at the church with the Rev. Walter R. Hall Jr. officiating. Funeral services will also be held at 2 p.m. oh Sunday at the First Baptist Church in Rich Square, N.C. Burial will follow in the First Baptist Church Cemetery in Rich Square. In. lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Mount Zion Baptist Church Building Fund or to the American Diabetes Association. Arrangements by Horn and Thomes, Inc. Funeral Home, 83 East Main St, Pawling . , Maria Graziela Alves Medeiros HOPEWELL JUNCTION - Maria Graziela Alves Medeiros, 83, a 25 year resident of Hopewell Junction, formerly of Yonkers arid Fall River, Mass., died Monday, Oct 11, 2004. Mrs. Medeiros was a homemaker and a member of St Columba Parish in Hopewell Junction. Born Aug. 17, 1921 in the Azores Islands, Portugal, she was the daughter of Antonio Moreira and Margaret DoRosario Dutra. On Aug. 13, 1938 in St Michael, Azores Islands, Portugal, she married Horacio Alves Medeiros. Survivors include her children, Mario Alves arid his wife, Sarah of Canada; Clement Alves arid his wife, Goretti of LaGrangeville; Gabriella Alves of Fishkill; Maria Manucla Mendes and her husband, Tony of Hopewell Junction; a sislerlJuisa Barbosa of Fall River, Mass.; and graridchildren, Grace, GabriolaJSusy, Stacy, Belda, Mario Jr., Nelson, Ceasar, Donny, Christina, Matthew andTracy. .. Mrs. Medeiros was predeceased by ;ihree sons, Horacio Alves in 1999; Emanuel Alves in 1951; Jose Carlso Alves in 1951: arid four grandchildren, Christopher in 2001; Richard in 2001; Stella in 1972 and Tracy in 1975. Calling hours will be 2 - 4 and 7 - 9 pin., Tuesday, at the McIIouI Funeral Home Inc., 895 Route 82, Hopewell Junction. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 11 a.mV Wednesday, at St Columba Church, 835 Route 82, Hopewell Junction. Burial will be in Fishkill Rural Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Hospice Foundation Inc, 374 Violet ' Ave., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. For driving directions or to send the Medeiros Family an online condolence, please visit wwwMcHoulFu - neralHome.Com. Travel books writer dies of cancer at 51 LONDON - Writer and broadcaster Pete McCarthy, 51, author of the avard - winning travel books "McCarthy's Bar" and "The Road to McCarthy," died of cancer Oct. 6. "McCarthy's Bar," published in 1999, sdld more than a million copies and earned many writing awards. From 1990 - 97, he anchored "Travelog," a Channel 4 TV guide for Independent travelers. Asked to write a book, he produced "McCarthy's Bar" an account of his journey through the west of Ireland. In "The Road to McCarthy," published in 3002, he looked for family connections in Ireland, Morocco, New York and Tasmania. - The Associated Press More obituaries POLICE BRIEFS 4 toonagors, charged with robbing snack bar HOPEWELL JUNCTION ' Four teenagers who allegedly raided a town shack bar were arrested Sunday night after police caught them carrying away boxes of ice cream and candy. The teens allegedly broke through a side door into the East Fishkill Recreation Center's snack bar before 1030 p.m. According to police; they took boxes filled with sportsvdrinks, ice cream and candy and were carrying their loot down Route 376 When officers spotted them, Sgt Kevin Keefe said. After being stopped and questioned by police, the teens were arrested and charged with third - degree burglary, a felony. The teens a 16 - yearold boy and three 15 - year - old boys, all from Hopewell Junction were not identified by police because they are juveniles. 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