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SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 199 1 S Ar-tlinr Link. Woodrow Wilson exDert X JJ. tX-l M-- -m Palm Beach Post Win Services Professor Arthur Stanley Link, whose prodigious 35-year effort editing the papers of President Woodrow Wilson set the standard for the presentation of historical documents, died of lung cancer March 26 at the Bermuda Village Health Center in Advance, N.C. He was 77 and widely regarded as the foremost authority on the 28th president John little, who spent 31 years as associate editor of the Wilson project, said Mr. Link was "the living embodiment of the Protestant work ethic." Mr. link's son, William A. link, a historian at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, said he thought that his father's commitment and compulsions were rooted in his belief in an objective history that could be pursued and discovered through hard work. "He always got up early, but I don't remember him staying up late working," William Link said. "I think he was able to do as much as he did because of his extraordinary powers of concentration. When he was working, nothing could distract him." One of the innovations that Mr. Link brought to the Wilson project was careful annotation, which he insisted should be carried out in such a way that "even a high school student can read it and understand it" Mr. Link, who was born on Aug. 8, 1920, in New Market, Va., 50 miles from Wilson's birthplace in Staunton, followed him to Princeton, where in addition to the editing job he insisted on teaching. At Northwestern, George McGovern had been one service April 19. Rakow, Gloria, 91, of Lake Worth. Menorah Gardens and Funeral Chapels, West Palm Beach. Funeral today. Reilly, John, 90, of Palm Beach Gardens. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Rise tier, Carmela, 48, of Boynton Beach. Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Safier, Dolores, 67, of Delray Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Sate, Martin, 93, of Boynton Beach. Star of David Memorial Chapel, North Lauderdale. Schlein, Samuel, 86, of Boynton Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral Monday. Smith, Irene M., 77, of West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Tuesday. Smith-Baker, MilKcent, 104, of West Palm Beach. Mizell-Faville-Zern Funeral Home, Southdale Chapel, West Palm Beach. Stewart, Minnie M., 70, of Lake Worth. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Englewood, Ohio. Strickler, Anne, 73, of Boca Raton. I.J. Morris Funeral Directors, Lake Worth. Funeral in New York. Tirillo, Ludovico, 91, of Jupiter. E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, Memory Gardens Chapel, Lake Worth. Funeral Tuesday. Viilagas, Alfonso, 28, of West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Sebring. FUNERAL NOTICES THE PALM BEACH POST Martin County i! Linden T. Edwards j! ,: 77, Jensen Beach i! Mr. Edwards, a Michigan na- flve, died Thursday. He was a jensen Beach resident for eight years. ; Prior to retirement, he owned a grocery store. He also served in the Army during World War II. ! Survivors include his wife, tyhn"; two sons; a brother; nine grandchildren; and two greatgrandchildren. Aycock Funeral Home in Jensen Beach is in charge of arrangements. The visitation is scheduled for 12:30-2 p.m. Monday, at the funeral home. The funeral,' scheduled for 2 p.m., also wiltbe held at the funeral home. -Contributions in Mr. Edwards' memory may be made to Hospice of Martin & St. Lucie Inc. June D. LaRochelle 63, Stuart ,'JMiss LaRochelle, a native of Biddeford, Maine, died March 22. She moved to Stuart a year ago from Meriden, Conn. She is survived by her niece, Doris Snyder of Stuart; sister Jeanette Simoneau of Stuart; and two brothers, including Oscar LaRochelle of Delray Beach. - Arrangements are under the direction of All County Funeral Home & Crematory Treasure Criast Chapel. A memorial Mass will be celebrated Tuesday at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Stuart. Contributions in Miss LaRo-chelle's memory may be made to Hospice of Martin & St. Lucie, Inc Alice Ruth Mallery 82, Palm City Mrs. Mallery, a Treasure Coast resident for 52 years, died Thursday. The New Lyme, Ohio, native was a nurse at Martin Memorial Hospital for 16 years prior to retirement. She was a member of First United Church of Christ in Palm City for more than 50 years. - Mrs. Mallery was predeceased by her husband of 56 years, Ralph E. Mallery Sr., and by an infant daughter, Paula Mallery. , Among the survivors are two son's, including Ralph E. Mallery JrJ of Port Salerno; daughter Kaien Morrissette of Palm City; three sisters; 11 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and one great-great grandchild. ; - Aycock Funeral Home in Stuart is in charge of arrangements. Agitation js scheduled today front 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. A funeral service is scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday at the funeral home, followed by burial at Fernhill Memorial Gardens in Stuart Contributions in Mrs. Mal-lery's memory may be made to Hospice of Martin & St Lucie, Inc.- John A. Padich 67, Jensen Beach 'Mr. Padich, a native of New York City, died Friday at a local nursing home. He moved to Jensen Beach 18 years ago from Greenlawn, Long Island, N.Y. .Prior to retirement, he was a warehouseman for Grumman Aircraft Systems in Stuart for 10 years. Prior to that he was a truck driver for NassauSuffolk Materials in Huntington, Long Island, N.Y. - Mr. Padich served in the Marine Corps and, during the Korean War, in the Army. , Mr. Padich was predeceased by his wife. Lorraine, in 1992. He is survived by three sons, including Ted Padich of Lake Worth and Andrew Padich of Jensen Beach; two sisters; a brother, a sister-in-law, and three grandchildren. Aycock Funeral Home in Jensen Beach is in charge of arrangements. Visitation is 7-9 p.m. today at the funeral home, with a prayer service at 7:30 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday at 9 a.m. at St Martin de Porres Catholic Church in Jensen Beach. Interment will follow at Fernhill Memorial Gardens in Stuart. Contributions in Mr. Padich's memory may be made to Hospice of Martin & St Lucie, Inc. St. Lucie County Thomas Edward Dugan Jr. 71, Port St Lucie Mr. Dugan, a native of King-slonrN.Y., died Saturday at a local hospital. He moved to Florida 11 years ago from New York City. --JVior to retirement, he was a U'man with Exxon and Xerox t New York City for many years. K'also served with the Navy Aring World War II. He was a rrv mber of St. Lucie Catholic tvt&h. Knights of Columbus f.;tt. Lucie and the St Lucie Ciiitry Club. I urvivors include his wife of 4 An Florence Dugan of Port i. Lucie. j - Arrangements are by Young tViIl Funeral Home in Port St LuciK VfVitation will held today from 4-7 p m. at the funeral 6B ii "Jf-OE Wagner appointed her city treasurer. :. ' ?o a In 1962, she became the city's first director of finance. In 1965, Wagner made her a Civil Court judge and she won election to a 10-year term the next year. She was elected a Supreme Court justice in 1971. , Her husband of52 years, Herman Schwartz, died in 1982. She is survived by a son, John, and a sister, Edith Smolen, both of Manhattan. CREMATORIUM CREMATION SERVICES CREMATION SERVICE OF THE PALM BCHES THE ONLY FAMILY OWNEDOPERATED ' CREMATION SERVICE IN SOUTH P.B. COUNTY BOB KIRKPATRICK, OWNER ' ' RESIDENT OF PALM BCH CO SINCE 1957 WPBDELRAY 561-734-7409 . BOCA 561-998-0112 Ft A. STATE LICENSE KB0000155 NATIONAL CREMATION SOCIETY FLORIDA'S OLDEST AND LARGEST CREMATION SOCIETY . 6 4 1 - 3 6 2 6 LAKE WORTH ! I AFFORDABLE r FUNERALS & I CREMATIONS Prearrangement Packages No Interest Payment Plans. Family & Friends Memorial Service Professional Services Removal of Deceased Fun Preparation Standard Caskel Visitation & Service at Funeral Home Memorial Package Cemetary Transportation $1,295.00 Memorial Gathering Cremation Package Professional Services Removal of Deceased Cremation Containef Memorial Gathering Urn $995.00 Basic Cremation Removal of Deceased Cremation Container i Urn $325.00 AMERICAN S Burial & Cremation J Center ) i?7 South Dixie Hwy I Lake Worth, FL 33w0 561 588-7326 or 1 888 678-2427 We Service AH -Surrounding Areas i I All County Funeral Home Crematory Funeral Services With ; Personal Care No Interest Prearrangements Available : No Hidden Crematory Fees No High Pressure No Phone Solicitation ' CREMATION BasicDirect $325. INCL. CREMATION CONTAINER '; S16.95PER MONTH CREMATION : MEMORIAL SERVICE i $625. INCL. STAFF & FACILITY S23.95PER MONTH CREMATION VISITATIONSERVICE $980. RENTAL CASKETS AVAIL S39.95PER MONTH TRADITIONAL FUNERALBURIAL $980. CASKETS FROM 650. S55.95PER MONTH " BURIAL f OUT OF STATE f $375. CASKETS FROM S6S0. ! FOR A FREE CONSUMER PROTECTION 1 GUIDE & INFORfvWON j 1-800-443336 ' ' v ' ' ' Obituaries of his students; at Princeton, Bill Bradley was another. Despite his commitment to objective history, he even spoke of the president in idealistic terms: "I've read a lot of history in my life, and I think that aside from St Paul, Jesus and the great religious prophets, Woodrow Wilson was the most admirable character I've ever encountered in history." Ex-justice Hilda Schwartz NEW YORK Hilda Gins-burg Schwartz, a retired justice of State Supreme Court in Manhattan, who was a mentor and role model for many female lawyers, died on March 18 at Beth Israel Hospital in Manhattan. She was 90 and lived in Greenwich Village. She was among the first women to reach the New York bench at any level and was a judge for 24 years after a stint as the city's director of finance. She served on the city's Magistrates Court and Civil Court and she retired from State Supreme Court in 1983 at 76. A native New Yorker, she graduated from New York University and, in 1929, from its law school. She joined nine other women in 1934 to found what is now the 2,000-member Women's Bar Association of the State of New York, and served as its president Mayor William ODwyer appointed her secretary of the New York City Board of Estimate in 1946, and his successor, Vincent Impellitteri, put her on the Magistrates Court in 1951. She served until 1958, when Mayor Robert CLASSIFIED JULIAN W. MAYO, SR. Age 93 of Lantana passed awayMarch 2618. Mr. Mayo was born in Broxton, Georgia and lived in South Florida for over 50 yeare. He waa a manufacturer's representative in the Carpet Industryfor oyer 50 year, until his retirement. He waa a member of the First Baptist Church of Lake Worth. He was a Ufa member of the West Dade Masonic Lodge and a Ufe member of the Mahi Shrine. Mr Mayo Is survived by his wife, Tbelma, of Lantana; two sons, Julian W. Jr. and wife LaVenna of Oklahoma City, and Louis Earl Mayo and wife Mlml, AlZ. AK; one daughter, Shirty. , Bard and huj-band Jay of Lantana; seven grandchildren, David, Sneri Mary Sue, Kris, Aerin, Amber, and Seth. Mr. Mayo' hi also survived by five great grandchildren. A Memorial Service win be held on Monday, March 30 T pm, at the DORSET FUNERAL HOME. In lieu of flowers, contributions to; Shriner's Hospital for Children, co Mahi Shrine, 480 NW North River Dr., Miami FL 33125. DORSET FUNERAL HOME 8525 South Congress Ave., Lake Worth fipt a day goes 6u that you're not in our thoughts zFiHurftie $129155-7114196 "We Love you, Thejamidi Hafftj 'Binhdatj in Meaven my Son Qrieve not-nor speak. I r " ""' ut I f laugh and taOcf me t as if I were Here. V y" Close the doorsoft&j, f never say goodbye,. ' ttcmalLove. S Kudy Mhn. Carol Jr. Mother (Ann Marie) . . Iii Loving fUemiru if !)( Birthiii, George Levine tTJafch 31. 19E1 - Jolg 31, IS32 flaaftr 'A aft 11 f A' 116 1 it lllllHIIwl , I Shalom. lHy Dear Son. ; j Mw, flinin LewM ,"5 Year Memorial" Jack D. Leist 91624- 32993 God tetts us whether we're together, or whether we're apart Jour family and friends are always close at heart. i Marilvn - James - Alice j Family and Friends Salvatore S. D'Alessandro Jr. May 28, 1961 - March JO, 1997 It seems like yesterday, but a year ago, on Easter Sunday, you decided you bad suffered enough and went back to the Lord. God knows you put up a beck of a fight. You couldn V have chosen a better day to go. Although we are pleased you art not svfjrrmg anymore, we miss you more than anyone could imagine. How proud we were of your accomplishments in your short time on earth. It is a better place because of you. H V hokforward to the day ve meet agam. Till then we will centmue to mis you and remember att the good times we enjoyed together. ft'e Love and Miss You. , Mom, Dad Sean, Demse, MuktL Diane and Tma Area deaths home, with a prayer service at 6 p.m. A funeral Mass will be held Monday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Lucie Catholic Church in Port St. Lucie. Contributions in Mr. Dugan s memory may be made to the Humane Society of St. Lucie County, 100 Savannah Road, Fort Pierce. Joseph A. Schulte 82, Port St Lucie Mr. Schulte, a native of Norwood, Ohio, died Saturday at a local nursing home. He moved to Port St. Lucie five years ago from Ormond Beach. Prior to retirement he was an executive with the Whirlpool Corporation for 22 years. He served in the Army during World War II, was a graduate of Xavier University in Cincinnati, and was a member of St. Lucie Catholic Church in Port St. Lucie. Survivors include his wife of 56 years, Marguerite (Peggy) Schulte; three sons; a daughter; and six grandchildren. Arrangements are under the direction of Young & Prill Funeral Home in Port St. Lucie. Visitation is scheduled for 3-5 p.m. Monday at the funeral home, with a prayer service at 4 p.m. A Mass of Christian burial is scheduled for Tuesday at 10 a.m. at St. Lucie Catholic Church. Burial will follow at Forest Hills Memorial Park in Palm City. Contributions in Mr. Schulte's memory may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, 919 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111., 60611-9501. Steve Simko 80, Fort Pierce Mr. Simko, a native of Hel-vetra, Pa., died Friday at a local hospital. A former steelworker, he moved here nine years ago from Youngstown, Ohio. He served in the Army during World War II. Mr. Simko is survived by his daughters, Evelyn Capezzuto and Aileen Loucks, both of Port St. Lucie; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Arrangements are under the direction of All County Funeral Home & Crematory Treasure Coast Chapel. Major Sims Sr. 62, Fort Pierce Mr. Sims, a truck driver and a Georgia native, died Wednesday. He was a Fort Pierce resident for 45 years. Survivors include his wife, Reatha. Other survivors include seven sons, including Cortis Sims, Willie Scott, LB. Stripling. David Sims and Derrick Sims, all of Fort Pierce, and Bobby Byrd Sr. of Indiantown; daughters De-bra Lockwood, Virginia Owens, Angelia Byrd and Adell Byrd, all of Fort Pierce; his mother, two brothers; 30 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Stone Brother Funeral Home in Fort Pierce is in charge of arrangements. The visitation is scheduled for 3-7 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. The funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Original Tabernacle of Prayer For All People, Fort Pierce. Palm Beach County Berger, Isidore, 86, of Lake Worth. Levitt Weinstein Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Iselin, N J. Brill, Joseph, 90, of Boca Raton. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral today. Carstens, Louise Moyte, 95, of Delray Beach. Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Davis, Daniel Joseph, 72, of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Drebin, Bella, 84, of Boynton Beach. Funeral Options, Inc., Boynton Beach. Funeral in Berkley, Mich. Friedman, Lynn, 63, of Lake Worth. I.J. Morris Funeral Directors, Lake Worth. Funeral in New York. Gardner, Norma, 81, of West Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Goossen, Martha, of Boca Raton. Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Hanky, BrigM, 97, of West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Monday. Harvey, Bid, 69. formerly of Lake Worth. Masters Funeral Home, Palatka. Visitation Monday; funeral Tuesday. Herrera, EJadla, 86, of West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Monday. Jones, Mary Francis "Jonesy," 72, of Lake Worth. Palm Beach Memorial Park Funeral Home and Cemetery, Lantana. Visitation Tuesday; funeral Mass Wednesday. Mcday, Hazel. 79. of Lake Worth. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. MiSer, Harold M., 90. of Boca Raton. Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Pnrtter, Lenort 8Z. of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babior Funeral Home. Boca Raton. Memorial CLASSIFIED LCDR LORAINE "E" (BILL) DROWN Age 81, formerly of H09 Luctrms Ay.., Ls. Worth' Florid died t Regents Psrk Mining Home in Orlando, FL. He w. born end reared In GrejW. Michigan where he graduated from Plndmey High School. He SEted tnU N.v, in 1836 He served Station meat of hi. fir enlistment. He related in 1940 and wae itationed on the eaat coast when WW U started. In 1944 he was commissioned and spent tne rest of WW n in the Philippines on a repair Mp. He returned to the States after the war and served on caSeE a flagship, andrepair ships untU Junj, H. I960, when he retired from the Navy as Lieutenant Commander and Damage Control A-Htant on the USS SARATOGA. After leaving the Navy, hej ent to work for Pratt Whitney Aircraft in West Palm and retired from there In 1981. Since thattlme he was active with the UTC retirees club and the Retired Officers Dub, West Palm Beach Chapter. He Is survived by three sons, E. J.. Mima, FL, Bin, Orlando, and Richard, Bedford, TX; three daughters, RoW Drown. New York City, Sue Blandly Casaelberry. FL, and Sandy Drown, Tequesta; and five grandchildren. In lieu of Dowers, friends are requested to make donations to the United Way of Palm Beach County In memory of Bill Drown, 2600 Quantum Blvd.. Boynton Beach FL 33428. STEPHEN MICHAEL EBERSOLD Age 49 of Lantana, died Tuesday, March 34. 19. Steve was born In Lake Worth and had been a Ufe ion area resident. He was weU known in the landscape and nursery business for over 30 yearowning Ebersold A Company Nursery. He was preceded In death by his parents, Frank and Frances Ebersow, and an uncle, John Ebersold. Survivors include his brother, Frank (Bud) and his wife. Glna of Delray Beacy; two nephews, Sm and his wife, Kim, of West Palm Beach, and Frank Ebersold HI of Chicago; his grandmother. Jenny Ebersold of Lantana; his companion, Vlckl Ltyan, his stepfather. Charles Geltnsr of West Palm Beach; "wosSpbrother.. Jon Geitner of WeUlngttn and Kari Geltne7 of Orlando; and stepsister, ChyDavU of Royal Palm Beach; his uncles, Richird Ebersokt of Jupiter, and Dave and Ernie Ebersold. both of Lantana; his aunt, Marie Force of Lantana; many SuamT and a host of friends who will all mlai htm very much. Memorial Service, will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 38, 1998 at BaWone-Stephenaon Funeral Home, 1004 So. Dixie Hwy.. Lantana and Immediately following friends and family are fathering at The Whistle Stop I Lantana. BILL HARVEY W, died March . M8 at his residence hi San Mateo. Florida. He had lived I Lake Worth from 197 till 1B. He Is survived by his wife, Joan; two daughters, Janice Kay Tobtn, Nashville, TN and Ton! Jean Ralney Havana, FL; two sisters, one brother, step daughter. Susan Jordan, Lake Worth; stepson, Edward Miller, Raleigh, NC; three grandsons. Funeral 11 am Tuesday, at MASTERS FUNERAL HOME. Palatka. FL Burial to follow at Palatka Memorial Gardens. Visitation 8-8 pm Monday at the funeral home. Donations may be sent to Hospice of No. Central FL, 3304 Crill Ave.. Palatka FL 32177. ELADIA HERRERA Mrs. Herrera. 88 years old of West Palm Beach, FL died Friday, March 27, 1998 at her home following a brief illness. Mrs. Herrera had been a resident of West Palm Beach sines 1K1 coming here from Havana, Cuba. Survivors Include two daughters, Oiga Marechner and Leonela PurceU, both of Lake Worth. Also surviving are two sons, Larry Peres. West Palm Beach and Hector Pern. Miami. Additional survivors taessde eight grandchudrea. Including Yvoane Lynem at ua Worth whom she helped to raise aa a child; and lour great nndrhudrea. Mrs. Herrera was a JZtm. a wonderful saother, and will be d forever. A Prayer Sendee win be nek) U am, Monday. March 30 at QL'AyTTLEBAUM HOLLEMAN BURSE FUNERAL HOME. 1301 South Olive Ave., Weal Palm Beach Entombment will follow at HUlcrst Memorial Park Friends may call at the funeral home trass 8 pm until service time oa Monday. OUATTLEBAfV HOLLEMAN BURSE FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED OPERATED HELGA THERESIA LAVAN ace If. si W P B.. died at home March 28. Use i - in a at M aa . . - .ttuuw. num i fc la Palm Beach, reception ta follow at the Palm Beach Hotel. IRENE M. SMITH . age 7t of Wast Palm Beach. FL oM at Sua Health of the Palm DiaiHi March a. 1918 She waa by bar hatfiiafl. Cadi Bawen m IMS. C Smfa and as wile Donna at Jupiter williaa. B Smith Went Palm Brack, and Mm M Smith at Pabn Beach Gardens, etater. Mart. MrMuuea. Boymoa Beach; brother William Metram. West Palm Beach; aad a graaddaughter, Aasury Irene smith. Srrlprare Serrtce 7 30 nm. Monday Marr at OI'ATTLtBAL'M HOtXEMAN Bt KSE FUNERM. r)L l I Oltv Ave., went Pels. Bract The Pmernl Man. wl he 11 am. Tueaday. March 3LU1 St Edward Cathohr CWrU )? 5? ww u Mto- at Wortlaw. Cemery W Palm Bear The family win racene arenas 84 pea aa Mae-nay el aw faaernl name. CJUATTLrBAtTn- HOLLEWA'S ffcTU FlWIAL HoVTT TkVU T OWVEO OPERATED LURANA C. BOYNTON Passed away on March 25, 1998 due to natural causesHshe was 81 years old and died peacefully. Lurana Is loving remembered by her three sons; Joshua Crane, Cameron Boynton, and Ralph Boynton and her nine grandchildren. Should anyone wish to express their condolences to Lurana survivors, they are welcome to call by lepme between the hours of 1PM I tc 'SPM' March 198. The phone number Is 561 585-0673 In Lake Worth. VICTORIA MOORE HERVEY Departed this life on Monday, March 33. 1998. She was a resident at 904 7th St, WPB for over 50 years. She had been a resident of the Renova Health Center, Lake Park for the past four years. She and her husband, until his death In 1960, were proprietors of Harvey's Grocery Store on 7th St. and Tamarind Ave. for more than 20 years. Mrs. Hervey Is survived by one brother, Leon L. Nelson (Rosa Belle), Ocala, FL; a niece, Marian Bacon White (Edward); grandnephews, Andre and Darryl White; 15 other nieces and nephews; a host of grand nieces and nephews; great grandniecen and nephews; cousins; other relatives and friends. Hotting Celebration win be held on Mondsy. 1 am, Payne Chapel A.M.E. Church, Shepherd W. J. Jackson, Pastor. Interment to followo at Evergreen Cemetery. Friends may can today from 44 pm at COLEMAN FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL. JAMES J. KENNEY, JR., D.C. Dr. Kenney, formerly of West Palm Beach passed away December 23, 1987 in ShelbyvWe, IN. A aTaduate of Lincoln Chiropractic College, Indlanapo-SaTlN be was Put PiwGent of the North Central Society of the Florida Chiropractic Association, a charter member of the South Eastern Academy of Spinal Care, and the Florida Chiropractic Association, having received the FCA's prestigious achievement award tor his contribution to the groth and betterment of his profession. He waa also an active member of the Rotary Civic Organization. He Is survived by his spouse, June; three daughters, Rhonda Margaret Taggart, Caulvetu Diane Kenney, both of Columbus, IN, and Kyra Lynn Kenney of Edlnburge, DM; two brothers, Robert Kenney of Palm Beach Gardens and Joseph Kenney of Fort Lauderdale; four grandchildren; one great grandchild. Contributions In hut honor can be made to the Lincoln Chiropractic Research Chair at Florida State Unlveslty. Tallahassee FL 32308 or to the Shelby Co. Hospice, 114 South Harrison St., Shelbyville IN 4617. QUATTLERAUM-HOU.EMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED OPERATED SHIRLEY GREEN LIVINGSTON 80, passed away Friday, March V, 1998 after a short Illness. Mrs. Uvtgston Is survived by her beloved husband of 58 years, Dr. Harold J. Uvtngston, her caring daughters and sons-in-law, Carole and Stanton Drawn of Btnghamton, NY. and rVggyand Andrew Crease of Geneva. Switzerland; her grandson and his wife. Bradford and Lauren DraaenTreverse City, ML grandson, Ben Creese of New York, and Seat grandnoa, Noah Benjamin Drasea of Traverse ly, MI. The funeral service will be held 12 30 pra, Monday. March 30. at BETH ISRAEL MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 5808 W Atlantic Ave.. Delray Beach. Shiva wUI be observed Monday evening. 14 pm, Tuesday from Noon until 8 pm at 4343 D Este Court, Fountains of Palm Beach. Lake Worth. In Ilea flower, donations may be sent to Women's ORT Heasell, 8888 Fountain Circle, Lake Worth FL 314(7. WALTER A. SHERMAN (A Grandpa to Many) Age 71. at West Paha Beach, passed sway Friday morning March 37. 1998. A Veteran of WWO. Waltar waa a Staff Sgt with 1st Dlvmtoe, 18th Infantry Medical BattaUoa of Company B. serving at Normandy aa D-Duy. He waa a recipient at It Purple Heart. Retired from the US Poet Office, he waa an active member of St Job. Flaher Catholic Church. WPB. He was predeceased by hie father. Bsecher Sherman and mother, Edith Hamm Sherman; brother, Avon D. Sherman: saner, Jean Hutcainaoa and step-mother. Esther Glna flhaisaaa. Survivor, tocnide Ids lovtaf wh of Catherine Cyr Sherman; eon, Avon Sherman. . , . - k , w. ibar ' ai andV hlldren. JaaTa. and Ryan Walker; brothCwtLym) ether relative, aad b Harts Priewl, may can at JW?2 FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL. 8808 Broadway, ll-Wh. fro- 3 P.M. I. 5 Z-JTi 2th with a reettaBoa at ""Kf-VVJ ., Maaa at the R-urrrctloe win he J A M an Monday. March 38. 1988 at . John riaher Cataonr caawca m awe - who wish may offer saemorlals ta St. John Ft r Cathonr Ct-rrBlldl.8 . 4001 North snore Dr, WPB. FU 33407 at WaUar'a saseaary. fQsrrHWOOD FUNERAL HOME FAMILY rAMTLT OWNED OPERATED LUDOVICO TIRILLO pwmni away aa March 31 1886 ta Onorada He m rn eld He had nved here saare 177 ramaag aaa arm eimMerev wiw wvajmi years before hut retirement. He si survtvaa by km tovmt w Sesttna Ttrlfla; ter. Paaouaie. eat Palm Beam. Maria. NC. and grulrMlaren. 19 great araadrnudrea. one itme Aaaeua, CT. aant a half aaaar. Ed mmw vkat aa Monday, Marra T sea. leroteaa wtu be heal Lane art m.J m s 0.M.M.M M aM4

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