Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 22, 2015 · Page A12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page A12

Rochester, New York
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 22, 2015
Page A12
Start Free Trial

Page A12 article text (OCR)

Page12A Thursday,October22,2015 DemocratandChronicle. com OBITUARIES IN MEMORIAM Perrone,JosephRN Fairport:Passedawaypeacefully October21,2015.Predeceased byhisparents,Benjaminand MaryPerrone;wife,JoycePerrone (Mahon).Joeissur- vivedbyhisadored wife,Linda;daugh- ters,MaryP.Burden, NancyPeers;sons, Tom(Kris)andDavidPerrone; grandchildren,Michael(Kristina) Burden,KaraBurden,Joe,Tom, BenandJessicaPerrone;great- granddaughter,LaylaBurden; step-children,Cheryle(Chuck Johnson),Virginia(Terry)Sparacino,Robert(Abbie)Gavens;grand- children;andgreat-grandchildren. Joeproudlyservedourcountry intheUnitedStatesNavy.Here- tiredaftermanyyearsasaNurse atRochesterPychiatricCenter. RGH,UnityHospitalandlocal NursingAgencies. CallinghoursFriday4-7atFalvo FuneralHome,1295FairportNine MilePointRd.(Route250).Joe’s MemorialServicewillbeheldat theChapelofPeaceatRiverside CemeteryonSaturday,October 24that11AM.Entombmenttofol- low.Inlieuofflowerscontributions canbemadetoLifetimeAssis- tanceorAmericanCancerSociety inJoseph’smemory. Pier ce,TinaMarie Chili:SuddenlyonOctober21, 2015,atage53.Predeceased byherfather,H.RichardPierce. Sheissurvivedbyhermother, Katherine(Formicola)Pierce;siblings,Wayne(Patty)Pierce,David (Jody)Pierce,Kathyann(Mark) Henderberg,DianeGraham,Mi- chael(Lori)Pierce;manynieces, nephews,cousins,friendsand unionbrothersatLocal86IBEW; andherbelovedpug,Meeko. FriendsmaycallFRIDAYfrom 5-7PMattheDiPonzioFuneral Home,Inc.,219SpencerportRd., Gates.Servicesandinterment, private.Thecourtesyofnoflowers isappreciated.Ifyoucan,please wearpinkinhonorofTina’sfavor- itecolor. Ramsperger ,Sr ., RobertJ. EastRochester:October19, 2015.Suddenlyatage79.Pre- deceasedbyparents, RobertA.andCath- erineAnn(Burke); sisters,DianeAllen, CathyAndalo;broth- ers,RonandVince. Survivedbychildren,RobertJr. andLori(Ann);bestfriend,Mary AnnPierson;brothers,John (Debra)andEd(JoAnne);brother- in-law,Lionel;severalcousins, nieces,nephewsanddearfriends. BobwasaretiredMonroeCounty Sheriff’sDeputyandaCoast GuardVeteran.Helovedspending timeonthewaterwithfamilyand friends. CallinghoursFriday1-3and6-8 attheRichardH.KeenanFuneral Home,EgyptLocation,7501Pitts- fordPalmyraRd.,Fairport,where aServicewillbeheldSaturday 1PM.Inlieuofflowerspleasecon- siderdonationstoacharityofyour choice. Riley, Aaron “Floyd” Rochester Oct 14, 2015. Survived by his children Dennis (Mattie) Short , Sylvia, Stacy, Eric, and Leslie Holmes. Memorial service Friday, 11:00am at Full Gospel Tabernacle 614 Clifford Ave. Schmitt,Jacqueline Hennekey“Jackie” Hudson,FL:DiedMonday,Octo- ber5,2015,age74.Predeceased byherbelovedhusbandErwin Schmitt.SurvivedbysonsTimo- thyHofmann,Michael(Christine) HofmannandRichard(Elaine) Hofmann;stepdaughtersAnita (Bernard)Schmitt-BüdelandAu- drey(Roland)Meder;siblingsAn- netteRileyandBruce(Sharon) Hennekey;8grandchildren,3 great-grandchildren,niecesand nephews. JackieandErwinweremarried inRochesterin1970andowned businessesinthelocalareauntil theyretiredinFloridain1994. Amemorialservicewillbeheld onSaturday,October24,2015 at11:00a.m.atHolySepulchre CemeteryChristOurLightMauso- leumwherebothJackieandErwin willbelaidtorest.Condolence messagesmaybepostedatwww. flowers,donationsmaybemadeto HPHHospice,ATTN:Donations, 12107MajesticBlvd.Hudson,FL 34667. Schreib, Arlene (Wehle) Macedon: July 31, 1939 - October 19, 2015. Predeceased by her son, Robert and brother, Albert Wehle. She is survived by her husband of 54 years, James; children, Todd and Richard (Tammy); grandchildren, Kari, Kyle, Katie and Aubery; sister, Marion Gutzmer; many nieces, nephews and cousins. A special thank you to Dr. David W. Dougherty and his staff at the Wilmot Cancer Center, the Ewing CCC and the FF Thompson Hospital 3 East. Friends may call Friday 3-7 PM at Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home, 7501 Pittsford Palmyra Road (Egypt location) where a Service will take place Saturday at 10 AM. Interment, White Haven. Donations in her memory may be made to the Salem United Church of Christ. Seawright,Kelvin (Herring) Rochester:Oct.10,2015.Prede- ceasedbyparents,Harold&Mary AnnHerring;grandparents,Sidney &NormaSeawrightandJackB. Johnson.Survivedbychildren, NaiJem,Khadijah,Asoni,Ashton, Prinston&Noel;grandson,Akyan; sister,Trina(Eugene)Love;broth- er,AndreHerring;hostofotherrel- ativesandfriends;2closefriends, Jermaine&Katreseandspecial friend,Jasmine. MemorialServicesheldonOcto- ber23,2015atNewLifeFellow- shipChurch,330WellingtonAve., Roch.NY14619@11am.Minister CherylRoseOfficiating. Smith,Jonathan “Shane” Rochester:October17,2015.He ispredeceasedbyhiswife,Cathe- rineM.Smith,Heissurvivedbyhis 3daughters,Gail(Michael)Perry, Karen(CliftonMcGlory)Smith andKathy(WarrenVick)Smith;8 grandand9great-grandchildren;3 brothers;5sisters;ahostofniec- es,nephews,cousins,otherrela- tives,churchfamilyandfriends. FriendsmaycallFriday6-9PMat theEmmanuelMissionaryBaptist Church,1772CliffordAve.Funeral ServiceSaturday11AMatthe Church.PastorTCSmith,Officiat- ing.IntermentRiversideCemetery. Smith,RuthA. Wayland:Age82,Oct.20,2015. Calling4-7pmFridayatWalterE. Baird&SonsFuneralHome,300 W.NaplesSt.,Wayland;Funeral at7pm.Completeobituaryon-line Thompson, ClarenceC. Barbados/Rochester:5/11/1935 to10/12/2015.Callinghours,Fri- dayOctober23,2015from5pm- 8pmatPowerhouseChurch,48 CliftonSt.14608.Funeral,Satur- dayOctober24,2015at11amat thechurch.Ref:MemoriesF.H. Co mstock,Tom 10/22/70-4/28/13 HappyBirthday!Weloveand missyou.Love,YourFamily English,Herman October22,2014 Sadlymissed. “LettheChurchSayAmen.” YourLovingFamily. OBITUARIES &INMEMORIAMS SHAREYOURCONDOLENCES|SIGNAGUESTBOOK|SHAREMEMORIES ONLINEATWWW.DEMOCRATANDCHRONICLE.COM/LEGACY Share YOURMEMORIES. V IEWTHE D EMOCRATAND C HRONICLE ’ S COMPLETELISTOFDEATH NOTICESANDSIGNAN ONLINEGUESTBOOKAT WWW .D EMOCRATAND C HRONICLE . COM / LEGACY poverty at the level we do with as many open jobs as we have,” Duffy said. “Somewhere there’s a disconnect.” He advocated for a c onsortium of job training and job placement s pecialists who could work closely together to make sure potential app licants are aligned with a nd trained for job openings. He also called for m ore vocational opportu- n ities in local schools, something that Edison Tech High School in Rochester has recently made a priority. Monroe 1BOCES Superintendent Dan White called for greater state funding for career and technical education and adult education programs. Others called for m ore nimble training programs and a greater e mphasis on soft skills, like showing up to work on time and interacting w ell with co-workers and s upervisors. The local experts note d several large projects i n the works, including the Integrated Photonics Institute of Manufacturing Innovation, and said their benefits must be spread equitably across the community. “Nothing does more to lift a family out of poverty than a good-paying job,” Funke said. “As we work toward the jobs of t he future, let’s make sure no one gets left be- h ind.” The hearing was one of several the task force is h olding across the state. J MURPHY7@Gannett . com Labor Continued from Page 9A mer employee in the human resources department; Daniela Rosario- Delgado, Sean O’Brien and Molly Slifer, former e mployees and support s pecialists of the CDPAP; Elisa Heckathorn, former employee and director of CDPAP; and Beyri Payamps-Delgado, former finance coordinator. Additionally, Glidedo- wan LLC, doing business as All American Home Care, is named in the suit. “There is no truth to any of these allegations whatsoever,” said Michael Smith, attorney for A ltieri and for All Ameri can Home Care. “Nothing happened as alleged. N o one stole, copied, mis- a ppropriated, did anything with any patient f iles and everyone that left, left voluntarily and with their hands in their p ockets. Nobody stole a thing.” Smith said there was n o substance to the claims. “We have to have our day in court. We’ll present our evidence.” Smith said that Angels’ goal with the lawsuit is to stop competition. Attorneys for Angels in Your Home did not immediately return phone calls requesting comment. The lawsuit stated that on Oct. 12, Angels had approximately 50 ref erral files for prospect ive customers. The suit states that Angels’ business depends on customers and care providers trusting the agency to p rotect their confidential i nformation. Angels kept physical files locked up, and electronically stored files were protected by password and there was limited employee access, according to the lawsuit. Angels also provided all employees with training on privacy laws such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act and required t hem to sign confidenti- a lity and HIPAA compliance agreements. T he suit said that on O ct. 13, Angels president Andrew Wegman re- c eived Altieri’s unexpected and immediate resignation via email. T he complaint states Altieri and the other employees now are em- p loyed at All American Home Care. The suit also states that in 2014, Altieri and Thomas Hanna, identified as the president of All American Home Care, proposed to buy Angels but were rejected. Altieri subsequently supported All American’s application for a home care license, apparently without Angels’ knowledge. T he suit goes on to all ege removal of physical files and, while the Angels president was on vacation in August, copying of all employee files. It a lso claims Altieri’s work c omputer is missing. It also alleges that defendants have used personal and confidential information in the files of care providers and clients, and that customers have been told that Angels is going out of business. It claims that since Oct. 7, 10 Angels customers said they are changing their home care agency to All American. I n an undated letter a ddressed “To whom it may concern,” Wegman s aid a rumor had been c irculated that the company was going to be b ought. He called the rumor “completely false” and that the agency w ould continue to provide “the best service possible to you, our cli- e nts.” According to Monroe County, since Oct. 1, nine clients of Angels in Your Home asked to have their agency of record be switched to All-American Home Care. PSINGER@Gannett .com Details Continued from Page 9A choose View > Show Exact Duplicate Items. This will show only the d uplicate songs that h ave the same name, artist, and album. The information in the other columns, such as Time, Release Dateor Genre, can also help you determine which item to keep and which to re- m ove. For example, the Plays column shows which version of the song you’ve listened to more. If you have iCloud Music Library turned on, you might also want to use the iCloud Status or Kind columns to help you decide. To remove duplicates from your library, select the duplicate that you w ant to delete. Hold d own the Control and B k eys on your keyboard to open the iTunes menu bar if it’s not showing. Choose Edit > Delete. W hen you’re done deleting duplicates from your l ibrary, click Done. There I was, sitting in front of a group of fifty people, ready to give my presentation. I o pened my laptop, and Windows 10 started an u pdate. I had just that morning checked, too, so that this would NOT happen during my talk! Is there anything I can do to prevent this from happening again? And don’t tell me buy a Mac. Thank you. —Linda, Avon Oh, Linda, I feel your pain, and so do many o thers out there. I’ve h eard from many faculty at RIT to whom this happened, particularly during that first month when there were four mandatory updates. Luckily, Microsoft has finally given us a w ay to handle this. You need to open settings. There are, of course, multiple ways to do that. You can press the Windows Key as you also press “a” to open the Action Center, and select the All Settings tile, or you could just type “settings” (without the quotes, of course) into the Cortana box in the l ower left. but the easi- e st way is to just click t he Start button on the lower left, and then select Settings. Once the settings window comes u p, click “Updates and Security” (on mine, it’s t he last one — you may have to scroll to see it). C lick Advanced Options. Change “Automatic (recommended)” to “Notify to schedule restart.” Y ou should probably also check “Give me updates f or other Microsoft products when I update Windows;” that means products like Office. Very convenient. Once you’ve got those settings down, click that little arrow in the upper left corner of the window to go back. From now on, when there’s an available up- d ate, you’ll be notified t hat a restart has been scheduled and options are provided for you to schedule a time for the restart to happen. The first option provides a suggested time to restart the machine to f inish installing the update. To specify a different time and date, select the “Select a restart time” option and specify a“Time” and “Day”. For the “Time,” click the box, hover your mouse over each part of the time (hour, minutes, and AM/PM) and scroll through the options until you reach what you w ant. There should also b e a “Restart Now” link y ou can click to restart the machine now to finish the updates immediately. N ick Francesco, a.k.a. A sk Nick, offers simple answers for your comp uter questions. He can also be heard on Sound Bytes during a weekly computer call-in radio s how Saturdays on Jazz 90.1and live online at J Email questions to QANDA@ Ask Nick Continued from Page 9A Acar ran into a vacant gas station building at 430 Andrews St. about 2:45 W ednesday morning, c ausing a fire at the build- i ng. W hen Rochester Police arrived on the scene the building was engulfed in flames. The driver fled the scene, but was captured and arrested a few b locks away. T he driver, whose n ame was not released, w as charged with driving while intoxicated and aggravated unlicensed operation. Nobody was injured in the incident. B LOUDON@Gannett . com Car hits gas station b uilding, starts fire BENNETT J. LOUDON @BENNETTLOUDON

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page