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1 1 w. m. i sj '1 aj 'TITI' in I '1 1 1 1 'i x. "i 43 THE PALM BEACH POST WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1998 MSL Area deaths Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Kesten, Frank, of Delray Beach.

Riverside-Gordon Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral in Paramus, N.J. ton Beach. Scobee-Combs-Bowden Funeral Home, Boynton Beach. Funeral Mass Saturday.

Austin, Clyde, 82, of Lantana. Babione-Stephenson Funeral Home, Lantana. Baker, Bernard, 78, of West Palm Beach. Menorah Gardens Funeral Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral Thursday.

Baughman, John 70, of Lake Worth. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Memorial services Thursday. Bolesta, Corinne 57, of Boynton Beach. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach.

Memorial services Friday. Broglio, Lillian, 94, of Wellington. Palms West Funeral Home, Royal Palm Beach. Visitation today; funeral Mass Thursday. Brown, Arthur, 96, of Boynton Beach.

Scobee-Combs-Bowden Funeral Home, Boynton Beach. D'Lamatter, Mamie June, 73, of Palm Beach Gardens. Thomas L. Price Funeral Home, North Palm Beach. Funeral Friday.

Dean, Bemice, 63, of West Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. DiSalvo, Francesco, 82, of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton.

Downey, Edna 101, of Boynton Beach. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Genovese, Caroline 83, of Delray Beach. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton.

Visitation today; funeral Mass Thursday. Guarino, Peter 70, of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Hause, Alice 85, of West Palm Beach.

Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Thursday. Holman, Misty 28, of Boca Raton. A Cremation Service of the Palm Beaches, Boynton Beach. Memorial services Thursday.

Isaacoff, Helen Ruth, of West Palm Beach. Riverside-Gordon Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral in New York. Joseph, Carver Maloy, 36, of Belle Glade. Miller Mortuary, Belle Glade.

Funeral today. Kendrick, Lloyd Lindsay "Ken Uoyd," 86, of Palm Beach. of Fort Pierce; parents; two brothers; a sister; a grandchild; and two great-grandchildren. Visitation from 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Stone Brothers Funeral Home, Fort Pierce.

Service 2 p.m. Friday at Greater Faith Church of God. Georgia Ann Miller 81, Fort Pierce Mrs. Miller, a Fort Pierce resident for 32 years, died Friday. She was born in Alabama and was a homemaker.

Survivors include six sons, including Eddie and Michael both of Fort Pierce; eight daughters, including Bobby Miller, Geraldine Bailey and Stella Williams, Laungle Sims, Brenda Hawkins and Walande Mackey, all of Fort Pierce; two sisters; a brother; 38 grandchildren; 50 great-grandchildren; three great-great grandchildren. Service 3 p.m. Saturday at Voices of Truth Tabernacle. Visitation 11 to 6 p.m. Friday and 9 to 2 p.m.

Saturday at Sarah's Memorial Chapel. Palm Beach County Aurichio, Marian, 79, of Boyn- 34996. Arrangements are by All County Funeral Home Crematory Treasure Coast Chapel. Helen Johnette Jones 78, Jensen Beach Mrs. Jones, a Jensen Beach resident for 18 years, died Sunday.

She was born in Illinois and was a homemaker. Survivors include two daughters, including Mary Meny of Palm City; a sister; three grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Service 1 p.m. Friday at Venture III meeting hall, 10701 S. Ocean Jensen Beach.

Contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Foundation. Arrangements by All County Funeral Home Crematory Treasure Coast Chapel. St. Lucie County Willie Cleveland Haggins Sr. 62, Fort Pierce Mr.

Haggins, a Fort Pierce resident for 20 years, died Sunday. He was born in Goulds, Fla. Survivors include his wife, Thelma; three sons, including Willie and Clarence, both of Fort Pierce; daughter, Doris Haggins JMartin County Rosemarie M. Bushholz 70, Jensen Beach Mrs. Bushholz, a Jensen Beach for resident 25 years, died Monday.

She was born in New York. 5 Survivors include sons Raymond and Robert, both of Jensen Beach, and a sister. Visitation from 3 to 4 p.m. and .7 to 9 p.m. today at Aycock Fu-jieral Home, Jensen Beach.

7:30 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mass 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Martin de Porres Catholic fchurch.

Angelo F. Geraci 61, Stuart I Mr. Geraci, a Stuart resident for 16 years, died Monday. He was born in New York, served in U.S. Army and was an auto salesman before retirement.

Survivors include his mother; daughter; two sons, including Ralph of Stuart; and a brother. Mass 5:30 p.m. today at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Stuart. Contributions may be made to Hospice of Martin St Lucie, 2030 S.E.

Ocean Stuart, Fla. FUNERAL NOTICES CLASSIFIED MISTY RENEE' HOLMAN 28 years old of Boca Raton, Florida, was killed In a car accident Sunday, November 1, 1998, She was the daughter of Martin E. Holman, in and Margaret E. Garrett and sister ol Martin E. Holman IV.

She was engaged to William Robert, Jr. who was also killed in the accident. Misty and William are survived by William Robert, III. A graduate of Santaluces High School, Boynton Beach, Florida. Misty earned an Art Degree from the prestigious school of Savannah College of Art Design in Savannah, Georgia.

A Memorial Service will be held In Misty's honor on November 5lh, at Unity of Delray Beach Church, 101 NW 22nd Delray Beach, Florida, 561-276-5796. Those planning an expression of sympathy, in lieu of flowers are asked to send donations to Savannah College of Art A Design, PO Box 3146, Savannah, Georgia 31402-3146. Attention Susan Wood, in memory of Misty Renee Holman for Graphic Art Scholarship. The family will receive friends after the memorial service at 439 Sandalwood Lane, Boca Raton, FL 33487, 561-989-1492. a.

JAJ rfv' Kullback, Esther, 81, of Lake Worth. Levitt Weinstein Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Monticello, N.Y. Laster, Flora, 48, of Boynton Beach. Straghn and Son Tri-City Funeral Home, Delray Beach.

Lawson, Henry, 74, of West Palm Beach. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Lopez, Aura, 24, of West Palm Beach. Palms West Funeral Home, Royal Palm Beach. Funeral Thursday.

Meska, Alyce, of Tequesta. Aycock Funeral Home, Jupiter, Miller, Anna, 75, of Boca Raton. Levitt Weinstein BocaDeerfield Chapel, Boca Raton. Funeral in Philadelphia. Page, Jean 91, of West Palm Beach.

Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Minneapolis. Persky, Sadie Mary, of West Palm Beach. Riverside-Gordon Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral today.

Phillips, Zachary, 30, of West Palm Beach. Siders Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. Poss, Alice 76, of Lake Mease see AREA DEATHS225 Sidney Grossman The Board of Governors and members of High Ridge Country CJub acknowledges with deep sorrow the passing of our esteemed member, Sidney r.mmm erenrl nnrrlrfrtxt wmmtU- rn hrinvs-d wife. Rnv.

and rheir familv jj Morton West, President Daniel Amster, Secretary sl 1 f- "Riveting!" Herald Examiner Critic's choice "Scorching!" A Times Critic's choice "Gripping!" I A. Daity News Oite's choice Tight, lean and exquisitely crafted, this award-winning drama explores racial issues on a rain swept marine base in the jungle of Okinawa toward the waning months of the Vietnam War. A theatrical experience not to be missesd! Song rfluage Roger E. Mosley, Magnum P.I. T.C., in th East Coast pmnlwrw i i if nr i 1 ll a I I t-S (ii.

I 5 JOHN FRANCIS EVANS Mr. Evans, age 69, of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida passed away on Monday morning, November 2, 1998 after a brief illness. He was bom in Maiden, Massachusetts on August 20, 1929, son of the late James Joseph Evans and Martha McCarron Evans. He had been a resident of the Palm Beaches for the past 30 years, coming from Cape Canaveral, FL. Mr.

Evans was a graduate of Tufts University, Medford, MA, receiving his B.S.E.E. Degree in Electronical Engineering. He was employed with R.C.A. at the Cape Canaveral plant for 13 years. Subsequently, Mr.

Evans was employed by the U.S. Navy A.U.T.E.C.. 1 West Palm Beach for 25 years. He was a veteran of World War II, serving with the U.S. Navy.

Mr. Evans was a member of the Santa Maria Council 4999, Knights of Columbus, the National Association of Retired Federal Employees, the St. Vincent de Paul Society and was an active communicant of St. Paul of The Cross Catholic Church, serving as a Eucharistic Minister and Minister of Hospitality "Usher" for many years. Mr.

Evans leaves to cherish his loving memory nis aevotea sons: jonn Michael Evans, of Palm Beach Gardens, James Matthew Evans and wife Jen nifer, of Atlanta, GA, and Ryan Patrick Evans and wife Ashli, of Winter Park, FL; his beloved brothers and sisters: Muriel Casey, of Cape Cod, MA, Edward A. fc-vans ana wile Marsha, of Lake Park. FL. and Elaine King, of Medford, MA; and his adored grand- aaugnter, Avery tteea ttvans. The family will receive friends 2-4 A 6-8 P.M., Wednesday, Novemter 4 at THOMAS L.

PRICE FUNERAL HOME, 553 Northlake North Palm oeacn where a wake Service will be held at 6:30 P.M, The Mass of The Resurrection will be celebrated 10 A.M., Thursday, November 5 at St. Paul of The Cross Catholic Church, 10970 S.R. A1A, North Palm Beach with Rev. Fr. Arthur Venezia Celebrant.

Those plan ning an expression of sympathy, In lieu of flowers, are asuea to consider contnDutions in memory of Mr. Evans to either St. Vincent de Paul Society at St. Paul of The Cross Catholic Church or Hospice of r-atm ueacn county, muo tast Avenue, West Palm Heacn, FL 33407. SAMUEL SARVER On Monday, Nov.

2, 1998 age 84 at Delray Beach, formerly of Hull, ma. Loving husband of 64 years of Edith (Keesan) beloved father of Muriel Plot nick and her husband Henry of Hull, MA; Dr. Gary Sarver and his wife utane of Athens, umo and Konaid and his wife Khoda of Newton, Centre, MA; cherished grandfather of Caren Carpenter of Need ham, Stacey Grass of Weston, Michael Whiteman of Haverhill, Lauren Sarver of Newton and Joshua and Ashley Sarver of Atnens, unio; adored great grandfather of Brittany and Jordan Whiteman of Haverhill and Robert Grass of Weston; brother of the late Israel "Eddie" Sarver of Quincy. Services at the LEVTNE-BRISS FUNERAL HOME, Rte. 139 at Rte 24, Randolph, Mass.

Thursday, Nov. 5 at 1 P.M. Memorial observance at the hone of Ronald and Rhoda Sarver, 110 Oak Hill St, Newton thru Wednesday, Nov. 11. In lieu of flow ers, donations in his memory may be made to the Joseph L.

Morse Geriatric Center, 4847 Fred Glad stone West Palm Beach, FL 33417. BARBARA E. SHAFFER, C.R.S, G.R.I. Beloved Wife. Mother, Grandmother A Sister, age 3b oi west raim oeacn passed away Monday.

November 2, 1998. Barbara had been a resident of this area since 1971 and a resident of West Palm Beach since 1976. Bom In Indianapolis, Indiana and resident of Indianapolis 1942-1971. She was president of the own of Palm Heach Hoard of Realtors, employed by Linda A. Gary Real Estate in Palm Beach and was a Broker.

Survivors Include: husband, Leonard V. Shaffer, WPB; son, Jeffrey A. (wife-Nancy) Gardens. FL; Daughter, Elizabeth E. (Mrs.

Christopher) Grader, Cincinnati. OH; brother, Frank Haas. Charlotte, N.C.; 2 Sisters: Sandra Hood, Lake Worth, FL, Cynthia Whelan, Loxahatchee, 4 grandchildren, Nicholas J. Shaffer, Zachary J. Grader, Matthew A.

Shaffer, Alexandria E. Grader. Funeral Service will be held m. Friday. November 6, 1998 at the DORSE FUNERAL HOME, 3525 So.

Congress Lake Worth conducted by Rev. Glen N. Rosa. Entombment will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery, Lake Worth. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Susan G.

Komen (Breast Cancer) Foundation, P.O. Box 880, West Palm Bch, Fla. 33402. DORSEY FUNERAL HOME 3525 South Congress Lake Worth BARTON KENT SNELL 73. of Bora Raton.

Florida and Rorhesttr Hills. Michigan died Monday, November 2. at his home in Bora Raton. Born on January 9. 1925 to Sheridan and Mabel Snell.

Mr. Sneli was the founder and president of Superior Broach Corporation of Michigan which ia itiU under family operation. He ia survived by his beloved wife of 45 years, Mary Snell; 2 sons. Kevin SneU (Debt) of Lake Orone. Ml and Barton Karl SneU (Leslie! of Rochester.

Ml: two daughters. Rebecca O'Connor (William) of Boca Raton, FL and Julie DeMeritte (Dean) of Woodlands. TX: brother. Sheridan SneU of Royal Oak. Ml and sister.

Carol Robertson of Lakeland, FL as well as his adoring grandchildren. Matthew A Steven SneU. Billy O'Connor and Dayna DeMeritte. The family will be receiving friends on Friday. November th at Potere-Modeu Funeral Home 338 Walnut Blvd.

in Rochester from 4 00-7 00PM where a funeral home will begin al Those planning aa expression of sympslhy are sated to consider memo-riala in Barton's name to made to Hospice By The Sea -1531 Palmetto Pk Boca Raton. Fl 3M or the Amencaa Cancer Society. BABIONE FUNERAL HOME of Boca Raton is in charge of funeral arrangements. 8657 N. Elizabeth Ave.

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 4 BR4BA 3 Car garage. 55x62 screened patiopoolcovered porch. 2835 Square Foot Ranch on over 3 acres. 561-626-5679 DRASTICALLY REDUCED NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED CLASSIFIED JOHN E. BAUGHMAN Age 70, of Lake Worth, Florida died Monday, November 2, 19S8 after an extended illness.

Mr. was an area resident since 1956. he was a member of the Lake Worth Moose as a legionnaire. Mr. Baughman will be lovingly remembered by his family, including his loving wife of 52 years, I iShbieyann Baughman, daughter, Judith Baughman, West Palm Beach and her fiance, Larry Fish, West -Palm Beach.

I i A Memorial Service will be held 4:00 PM 'Thursday, November 5, 1998 at TILLMAN FUNERAL I 'HOME, 2170 South Military Trail, West Palm Beach 'with Rev. Mr. Jack Pierce as presider. I 'Inurnment will tak place at Our Lady 'Queen of Peace Catholic Cemetery, Royal Palm Beach. For those who wish, memo- rials to Hospice of Palm Beach County, East Avenue.

West Palm Beach, Florida 33407 would be appreciated. TILLMAN FUNERAL HOME, WEST PALM BEACH FAMILY OWNED OPERATED CORINNE E. BOLESTA Age 57, of Boynton Beach passed away Tuesday, November 3, 1998. Mrs. Bolesta is survived by her husband, Louis H.

Bolesta; daughter, Corinne V. Bla-I kely, West Palm Beach; son, Wesley D. Bolesta, Ft. White, mother, Wetona Owens, West Plains, sister, Joan Potter, Jonesboro, 4 grand- I children, A1U Blakely, Jessica Woods, Kayla Bolesta, and Cody Bolesta. A memorial service will be held at "the TILLMAN FUNERAL HOME.

2170 South Military Trail, West Palm Beach on Friday, November 6, 1998 i at Li) am wiin fas i or Aian cirewsier, or Grace Fellowship Church, Boynton Beach officiating. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, P.O. Box 880, West Palm Beach, 33402. I TILLMAN FUNERAL HOME.

WEST PALM BEACH FAMILY OWNED OPERATED LILLIAN BROGLIO 1 1 Age 94 of Wellington, FL. died Nov. 2, 1998. I Survived by son, Lee Broglio of Wellington. daughter, Evelyn (Monro) Diefendorf of Pinehurst, N.C.; brothers, John Glauda of Marco Island, FL.

and Ell Glauda of New York; grandmother of great i- grandmother of 15. i A Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated 10:00 A.M. Thursday, Nov. 5, 1998 at Our Lady Queen of the Apostles Catholic Church, Royal Palm Beach, I Florida. Friends may visit from 7-9 P.M.

Wednesday at the Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Hospice of Palm Beach County, 5300 1 East W.P.B.. FL. 33407 or Vinceremos T.R.C., "13300 6th Court N. Loxahatahee, FL.

33470. I PALMS WEST FUNERAL HOME (State Road Utt) Royal Palm Beach, FL Family Owned and Operated IRWIN R. "PETE" BROWN Family and friends mourn the passing, on Octo- ber 31, 1998, of Irwin R. "Pete" Brown. 71, after a long and valiant struggle against heart disease.

A native of Brooklyn, NY, Mr. Brown served in the US Naval Air Corps from 1944-1946. He then attended the University of Virginia, before transferring to New York University, where he played football and baseball. He was graduated in 1952, with a BS in Education. Mr.

Brown enjoyed a sports broadcasting career of over 30 years that included radio and television play-by-play of major and minor league baseball, professional hockey and golf, and college football. After moving to Florida from Rochester, NY in 1981, Mr. Brown worked part-time for several years at WJNO. An avid golfer, he was a member of the West Palm Beach Golf club since 1982. Mr.

Brown Is survived by Anita, his adored wife of 48 years, and a family that loved and cherished him: daughter, Cecl Callahan; son, Jeff; sister, Ann Stern; grandchildren, Matthew, Michael. Jordan and Talia; son-in-law, Paul, daughter-in-law Debbi A brother in-law Marty. His life will be celebrated at a Memorial Service on Friday, November 6, at 11:30 a.m., at DOKSEY FUNERAL HOME, 3525 South Congress Avenue, Lake Worth. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations in his name to the American Heart Association. DORSET FUNERAL HOME 3525 South Congress Lake Worth RAY E.

WALDRON Age 79. of Vero Beach, Florida died October 31, 1998 at Crittentoa Hospital in Rochester, Ml. from Pulmonary Edema. Formerly of Bloomfield Hills, MI. He was born on October 31, 1919 in Ogden, Utah.

He was a member of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints in Bloomfield Hills, a veteran of the U.S. Army as a second Lieutenant. He graduated from Utah State University la 1941, was a member of Sigma Phi Epsiton Fraternity. He retired in 1982 from General Motors Corp. after 36 years of service as the director of customer service.

He is pre-deceased by his first wife, the late Joepnine D. (1971) He fa) survived by his wife, Vivian (Richards): children, Unda (Wayne) Brown of Ada. Ml; Roberta (Martha) Waidron, of Auburn Hills. MI and Jamea (Audrey) Waidron, of Bloomfield Hills; Tim (Carol) Richards of West Bloomfield. Becki (Dr.

Jerry) Herring, of Cadillac. ML, Perry (Kerrie) Richards of West Bloomfieki; 11 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Service will be held at a.m. at the Chapei of Psalms at White Chapel Cemetery (Long Lake Crooks Rd), Troy. MI Burial will be at White Chapel Cemetery.

Memorial donations may be made to Haves Domestic Violence Children's Fund. 75 W. Huron. Pontiac, MI. 48342.

Arrangements by SAWYER-FULLER FUNERAL HOME, 2125 12 Mile Berkley. MI. NEWELL G. WHITE 77, of Pine Mountain, CA died Monday. November 1, IMS aJ ka) koine.

Funeral services win be IS 00am. Thursday, November Sk at Pine Mountain First United Methodist Ckia-rh. Pine Mountain. GA with entombment in Pine Mosmtaia Cemetery Mausoleum. Rev.

Sieve Moore. wul affx-taie. Mr. WUte was bora March I. 1121.

ta Henrietta. MO. the aoa of Paul aad Anna May Hudson hile. He waa retired owner operator of three International Hewae of Paacafces restaurants ia Florida (sk Hiding the original soratioa North Paha Beach at North-isae Boasrvard and Highway t'S 1. Mr While was a numbu of Pmr Moinuua Ftrst (.

sited Methodist Csnsrra. Caipley Masonic Lodge the Georgia Senior GoM Asm was a starter al Callaway Gardens Go Coarse tar rears and was a WWII Asr Force gMHinori tocto has wwe. Frances White of Pme Mosmtaia. one daughter and aoa-m-aiw. Victoria Ana and Gary Ledur of Lagrange.

GA One son and dausrhter-ca-sBW. Gary Lee and Carrot Waiae of Oest-vww FL four grandchildren. Micneiie Ana Barry af Cent ww Meinaa Ana Ledur Abigail Mane Ledur. aad Nathaa toward White Ledur all of Lagrange, raw great fjaadcaudrea. Zachery Caudres and Tartar Sarnie iaarry.

ama of Crestva-w nonius he arcejned or contruiiww iv he faaae la Pme Mounts ra ra-sl Laneu EDNA R. DOWNEY 101, died November 1, 1998 at Bethesda Memorial Hospital. Bom In Hyde Park, Mass. in 1897. Survivors include two daughers.

Edna F. Downey and Anna Foley; two sons, Frank Downey of Hudson, Mass. and George Downey, Mammoth, N.J.; six grandchildren, ten great grandchildren and eight great great grandchildren. Memorial Mass will be held at St. Vincent's Ferrer Catholic Church in Delray Beach, Tuesday November 10, at 10:30 a.m.

Funeral service and interment will be held in Maynard, Mass. at a later date. BERNARD JOHN ERVVIN Age 85. died Friday, October 30, 1998. He was a graduate of Syracuse University.

He was First Lieutenant in the Army and in WWII he was in the European Theater. He resided in Cherry Valley, NY before moving to Florida. He was a Teacher and Insurance Salesman for many years. He is survived by his wife, Frances S. Envin; three daughters, Diana K.

Herrmann of Lovettsville, VA, Sue Ann Brown of Cherry Valley, NY and Kathleen H. Shipway of Pulaski, NY; son, Bernard E. Erwin of Wilmington, DE; 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. National Cremation Society handling arrangements. He will be inuraed at Arlington National Cemetary in Arlington, VA.

HELEN BRIGGS ESCHKE age 78, of Lake Worth, and formerly of Ohio, died Friday, October 30, 1998. She was a member of the West Pines Baptist Church, and a caring volunteer for 21 yrs. at the Juvenile Detention Cent West Palm Beach. She is survived by Loving Husband, of 54 years, James Eachke; Son, James A. (Annie) Eschke; and Grandchildren Jennller, Brian and Stacy.

Graveside inurnment services will be held 10AM, FRIDAY, November 6, 1998, at PALM BEACH MEMORIAL PARK A FUNERAL HOME, 3691 Sea-crest Lantana. KARLA JANE WINSAUER 82 years old, of Royal Palm Beach, died at her home early Tuesday morning, November 3, 1998. Bom In Milwaukee, WI on October 11, 1916, she moved to West Palm Beach in October of 1945 and was a member of the Hope Lutheran Church (Wisconsin Synod) In suburban West Palm Beach. Mrs. Winsaner modeled on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach; was a part of the women's auxiliary of the Kiwanis Club; a member of the Pilot Club of the Palm Beaches; and a member of the Palm Beach County Reading Council.

In addition to bping a homemaker, she returned to teaching in 1935 at the Migrant Mexican School in rural West Palm Beach. In 1966, Mrs. Winsauer received her Masters Degree in Reading and Supervision from Florida Atlantic University. Prior to her retirement in 1989, she was one of four Reading Consultant Coordinators for the Title 1 Department of Federal Programs for the PublicPrivate Schools in Palm Beach County. Mrs.

Winsauer was preceded in death by her husband. One P. Winsauer who died in 1960, and her grandson Stephen Winsauer who died in 1993. She Is survived by her son, Thomas C. Winsauer (Susan) and two great grandchildren, David and Michael of West Palm Beach; her daughter, Maribeth Slack (Art) and grandson, Andrew of Royal Palm Bch; niece, Geraldine Wegner of Milwaukee, WI.

A Funeral Service will be held at 1:30 PM on Friday, November 6, 1998 at the Hope Lutheran Church, West Palm Beach, FL, with Rev. Eric Miller, Pastor, officiating. The interment will follow at Hilkrest Memorial Park, West Palm Beach, FL. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in her memory to: Hope Lutheran Church, 7430 Belvedere Rd, West Palm Bch, FL, 33411. Arrangements by: QUATTLEBAUM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNK HAL HOME FAMILY OWNED A OPERATED EVA (ROSENBERG) LODGE On Sunday, November 1, age 97, of West Palm Beach, formerly of Swampacott, MA.

Devoted aunt of Elaine Hillaon ft Al Federman of Swampacott, MA, Barbara Hilison A Rabbi A. Nathan Abramowitz of Washington. DC. Jay A Natalie Rome of Leominster, MA and Herbert A Eileen Rome of Rancho Mirage, CA. Also survived by eleven grand-nieces A grandnephews and seventeen great-grand-nieces A great -grandnephews.

Graveside services at the Crawford Street Memorial Park, Baker Street, West Roxbury. MA, on Thursday. November 5 at 3:30 PM. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to a charity of your choice. Arrangements by the Levlne Chapel, Brook-line.

MA. ALYCE D. MESKA Of Tequesta, FL, passed away Tuesday, November 3, 1998 at her residenre. She was bom in New York and had been a resident of Tequesta for 39 years. She had been a volunteer for the Jupiter Historical Society for many years and a member of St.

Jude Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband. John J. Meska of Tequesu and her son, Jeffrey Meska of Ocoee, FL. Arrangements are under the direction of the AYCOCK FUNERAL HOME, Jupiter.

FREDERICK ROBINSON PEAKE 16. died in Tequesta, Flurkia of natural causes on ltovembtT Born in Racine. Wisconsin, the eldest son of William W. and Belly R. Peake, Robin spent his early life in Rye.

NY He graduated from Ine Hoichktss School, from Yale University, and Yale Law School 19 when he comroenrwJ his career mtth the Unioa Carbide Corporation. Robin was calVd to military service coming with the lAth Field ArUllery. Robin attained the rank of I A Colonel and earned the Brotue Star Following WWT Robin resumed his legal carrer, living in Cnirago and later in New York City and Pothana. NY. Following his retirement ft moved to Tequesta.

FL, while mamtaining a summer home fai Last Dorm. VT. Berides his wife. Gertrude. Robin leaves two step bom: Freaerk-fe and William Preston, two brothers; Caiwroa, and David, and a sister.

Alisoa Henmng. Memorial services will be held at the family plot Asirora. NY- Please make any donatioBS Robins name to the Amencaa Cancer Society. AYCOCK nNKRAL HOME, Jupiter is ta charge of the arrangement. ALICE LAl'RA POSS of Lake worth Fl passed swav Saturday tobrr a.

link Bora May 14. 1X3 Oariona Brae. Fl 9e was homemaker who was fjredercaaed by aer daughter. Sheryl Steele Survtvon mcawa her father John Legg of Port Saierno, Fl her brother "I ncie' Budd Lege of Stn-art. Fi and grandrtiitren Suaaa Lagg of California.

Carts aa Steele at Fl laodertaie. Fl, John Swesr of Laae worth Fl Amtur Sieele af Deerfteid Bench. FL Mary Same of Oriando, FL. and bsther Beca of Mentor. Ok Mesaonal Services will be eekj at a later dale.

DORIS DIEFENDERFER BUCHANAN 81, widow of Frank Malone Buchanan, died of natural causes on November 3, 1998 in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. She was a U.S. Army veteran who served as a Surgical Nurse in Patton's Army during World War II. She was a former member of Cotillion of Miami and the Riviera Country Club of Coral Gables. She Is survived by her daughters: Doris B.

Johnson, of Alexandria, VA, Mary B. Nagler, of Miami, Betty B. Stephens, of Marietta, GA and Sally B. Keenan, of Marshfield, WI; her sons-in- law: The Rev. Michael Stephens and Dr.

Owen B. Keenan; her grandchildren: Wylie D. Nagler, Lindsey Malone Johnson, Carter R. Johnson, Brittany V. Stephens, Michael Malone Stephens, Brendan O.

Keenan, Devin C. Keenan and Rebecca C. Keenan; her brothers and sisters: Anna Louise Gulas, Betty Crouse and Donald Diefenderfer, all of PA, Jean Parnell, of Palm City, FL and Robert Diefenderfer, of NC. A Family service and burial will be in Atlanta, GA. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the church or charity of your choice.

JOHN A. HANG EN 96, of 502 Willow Valley Lake Drive, Willow Street, formerly of Atlantis, FL died Sunday, November 1, 1998. He was born in Lebanon, July 20, 1902, son of the late Rev. George W. and Minnie (GrabilJ) Hangen.

In 1921, he graduated from the Allentown Preparatory School and graduated from Muhlenberg College, Allentown, in 1925. Graduate work was done at Yale University, Rutgers University and the University of Connecticut, receiving his master's degree there in 1942. He was a science teacher at Penns Grove High School, Penns Grove. NJ, Roxbury Preparatory School In Cheshire, and Farming ton High School, Farmington, after which he obtained an administrative position in the East Hampton, CT school system. In 1945, the decision was made to leave the teaching profession.

At this time, he decided to enter the funeral profession and graduated from Eckel's College of Mortuary Science in Philadelphia, PA In 1947. He served his apprenticeship with his father-in-law, the late George F. Hale of Unionville, CT. Upon his death In 1951, he subsequently became the owner and operator of his own business, the John A. Hangen Funeral Home, which he operated up to the.

time of his retirement in December 1974. He was a 50 year member of the Evening Star Lodge. No. 101 A FA AM of Unionville, CT; the Scottish Rite Bodies, Valley of Hartford, CT; the Consistory, Valley of Norwich, CT; an honorary member of the Farmington Exchange Club, Farmington, CT, having served as President of the same. He also served as a Corporator of Farmington Savings Bank; was a member and former president of the Farmington Board of Education; conducted the United Fund Campaign for two years; director of the Farmington Foundation; director of the Farmington Visiting Nurses Association.

In addition, he served as president of the Greenwood Cemetery Association in Avon, CT from 1946-1976. Mr. Hangen was also a member of the United Church of Christ, Willow Street. PA. He is predeceased by his first and second wife, Doris (Hale) Hangen and Catherine (Keller) Hangen.

He is survived by a daughter, Carol R. Tuma, Harleysville, PA and a son, John H. Hangen of Burlington, CT; one brother, Walter E. Hangen of Lantana, FL two sisters, Ruth Feusner of Sellersville, PA and Mary Bauer of Spring House, PA. Grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephew's.

Two sisters predeceased him, Grace Wilkes and Orpha Shuler. Two brothers predeceased him. Rev. Emerson E. Hangen and Paul I.

Hangen. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend and will be sorely missed. Friends may call at THE AHERN FUNERAL HOME, 111 Main Rte. 4, Unionville on Thursday evening from 6-8 p.m. Memorial Services will be held Friday at in First Church of Christ, Congregational, Unionville, with the Rev.

Thomas F. Dean officiating. A private burial will be held at the family plot in Greenwood Cemetery, Avon, CT. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Farmington Foundation, Farmington Savings Bank, 32 Main Farmington, CT. 06032.

MAMIE JUNE D'LAMATTER Mrs. 'I matter, age 73. of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida passed away suddenly at home on Mon day, wovemoer if, liw. She was born in Meckling, South Dakota on June 25. 1925.

daughter of the late Ludwig Ahrendt and Ida Myron Ahrendt. Mrs. D'Lamatter had been a resident of the Palm Beaches for the past 40 years, coming from South Dakota She was an employee of RCA. formerly of Palm Beach Gardens, until the closing of the plant. Mrs.

D'Lamatter leaves to cherish her loving memory her beloved husband of 34 years, Virgil Edward DLamattt-r; her devoted children: Cheryl Craig and husband Michael, of Manassas. Va, Sandra Vollum. of Hone Sound. FL. Marvin VoUum, of West Palm Beach, Deborah Ihnan and husband Rock v.

of Bloomingron, MN, Lauren Seffebarth and husband Ron. of Stuart. FL, Clarissa Kaiser, of Vermillion, SD and Linda Kiliian and husband Jim, of Stuart. FL; her loving sisters: Mrs. Lucille Miller, of Yankton, SD.

Mrs. Ieila Bird, of Wichita, KS and Mrs. LV lores Lund, of Stoux Falls. SD; rr adored ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The Familv will receive friends 1-3 Friday, November 6, 199H at THOMAS L.

PRICE FUNERAL HOME, 553 North lake Blvd. North Palm Beach where funeral services will be held at 1 M. Friday with Rev. Ft. James Minshew officiating.

Those planning an expression of sympathy, in lieu of flowers, are asked to consider contributions in memory of Mrs D'Lamatter to American Cancer Society. 5 Harvard Circle, West Palm Beach. FL 33409. JOHN R. "JACK" RIPTON Age TO.

of West Palm Beach, died Nov. 1, 1 He waa a membei of the American Legioa, Post M7. for 90 the DAV, and Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church, WPB. He Is survived by his Wife, of 44 Irene M. Rlpton: Nine Children: John 1st Barbara) Ripton; Phuip IA Brenda) Ripton.

Thomas (A Psulie) Ripton; David Ripton; Michael (A Susanl Ripton; Patricia (A John! Isham; Pamela (mrrmeier; Robert Rip-Ion; and Michele Ripton; Daughter-la-lw, Cathy Ripton; Nephew. Patrick Ripton. Niece. Enn Dalberth; 18 Grandchildren: 1 Great Grandson; h) Nieces and Nephews, and several cousins. Memorial Services will be held 7PM.

TITS-DAY. Nov. IMS. at PAlJn BKACH MEMORIAL PARK FIT.ERAL HOME A CEMETERY. 1 Sea-rrent Lantana Please make donations to Hospice of Palm Beach Co HTO East Ave west Pslm Bench.

FL rU7 or a Jurie Children Resarca Fund. O. Boa lHuD. Dept. )0u.

Memphis, TN XI ROSE O. STEINMAN (nee OSTRISKY) Passed away Sunday. November 1, 19 Wife of the late Abraham Stetaman: mother af Edward Steiaman of San De-go. CA. mother-tnaw of Linda Stemman and Sanaa Stemman, aaner of Berty RK-htriond of New Jerwrv.

brother m-lsw at, Seynxsnr Ricwmond Fear srandchikirea. Pamela. Aadrrw, Qayut Beth A Maria Ana Steaanua. Ia ben of fViwers memorial uwju ttariMnss so MADD. 7 Vnrk Rd Towaoa MT In mourning at Cedar-more Or OwTungs Mil.

M7 Til it Services snil be Hetd Thursday. Nwember 5 Baltimore. MI) St. LEVINSoN A BROS INC le Hi'. Ei Is.

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