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v - vafc 1 m in ! 1 1 1 2C THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1997 w s c :Vic Lombardi, 75, pitcher on '47 Dodgers pennant team Pie New York Times ; Vic Lombardi, who was part of a pitching staff that carried the Brooklyn Dodgers to one pennant &nd part of a trade that helped them win three others, died Wednesday at Community Hospital in Fresno, Calif., after heart Surgery. He was 75. ; Mr. Lombardi, a left-hander who stood 5-feet-7 and weighed 158 pounds, was promoted to the Dodgers in 1945 and was a reliable starting pitcher for them for three seasons. Never overpowering, he posted records of 10-11, 13-10 and 12-11 in his first three seasons in the majors all with Brooklyn. The Dodgers lost the National League pennant to the St. Louis Cardinals in 1946, but they won it in 1947 with a staff headed by the rookie Ralph Branca and bolstered by Harry Taylor, Joe Hatten and Mr. Lombardi, with Hugh Casey in relief. That team took the Yankees to seven games before losing the World Series. Mr. Lombardi started two games at Yankee Stadium. He lost Game 2 after being chased in the fifth inning,' then was knocked out in the third inning of Game 6 before the Dodgers came back to win with the aid of a memorable catch in left field by Al Gionfriddo against Joe DiMaggio. The Series was not memorable for Mr. Lombardi, who yielded 14 hits and nine runs in 6 innings. That winter Mr. Lombardi was traded, along with Dixie Walker and Hal Gregg, to the Pittsburgh Pirates for third baseman Billy Cox, pitcher Preacher Roe and infielder Gene Mauch. Cox and U CREMATORIUM CREMATION SERVICES Roe were key pieces in the Dodger teams that won oennants in 1949, 1952 and 1953 and just AH County; Funeral Home Crematory The missed in iy50 and 1951. mr. LomDarai was i.v w in three seasons with the Pirates, closing his maior league career in 1950 with a 50-51 record and a 3.68 earned-run average. T: " & i Is Area deaths ONLY Forman, Sylvia, 80, of Boca Palm Beach County Krayer, Anthonv C. Jr.. 77. Palladino. Patsv. 75. of Lake FUNERAL SERVICE PROVIDER 4 OFFERING ALTERNATIVES , TO UNNECESSARY HIGH COST, THAT OWNS 4 OPERATES - ITS OWN CREMATORY. OUR FACILITY IS AVAILABLE r FOR YOUR INSPECTION ' AT ANYTIME, YOU HAVE THE PEACE OF MIND M KNOWING - t THAT YOUR LOVED ONE IS . , CARED FOR BY OUR STAFF r' .. ON OUR PREMISES. : AT NO TIME IS THE ' V DECEDENT TRANSFERRED. TO A REMOTE LOCATION t: dale Chapel, West Palm Beach. Visitation and graveside service Monday. Wasserman, Michael, 78, of Boca Raton. Levitt Weinstein BocaDeerfield Chapel, Boca Raton. Funeral Monday. Yaller, Irving, 78, of West Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Martin County Barlow, Margaret, 68, of Raton. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral Monday. Gill, Kathleen, 89, of Boca Raton. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Funeral Tuesday. Gold, Robert, 76, of Delray Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral today. Golub, Stuart D., 44, of Delray Beach. Joseph Rubin Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Gray, Barnet, 81, of Lake Worth. Joseph Rubin Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Graveside service today. Grimshaw, Herbert J., 79, of Wellington. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Mass Saturday. Heldt, Frederick, 96, of Lake Worth. Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Funeral Tuesday. Kling, Mildred, of West Palm Beach. Riverside-Gordon Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral in New York. of North Palm Beach. Wm. N. Howard Funeral Home, North Palm Beach. Funeral Monday. Laub, Murray, of Delray Beach. Riverside-Gordon Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral in New York. Lemasters, Ethelyn "Dolly," 84, of West Palm Beach. Royal Palm Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Lewis, Lillian, 75, of West Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Lorenzen, Jean, 88, of Boca Raton. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Lupien, Madge Theresa, 81, of North Palm Beach. Thomas L. Price Funeral Home, North Palm Beach. Funeral Mass Tuesday. Martinez-Silva, Rafael, 44, of West Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Morgan, Sue, 95, of Lake Worth. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Funeral in Reading, Pa. Worth. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Polite, Louis James, 43, of Lake Worth. AH County Funeral Home and Crematory. Pulkkinen, Hilma, 99, of Lake Worth. Babione-Stephenson Funeral Home, Lantana. Secunda, Anne, 89, of Delray Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral today. Size, John William, 80, of Boynton Beach. Boynton Memorial Chapel, Boynton Beach. Memorial service Monday. Smith, Jim Mack, of Boynton Beach. Boynton Memorial Chapel, Boynton Beach. Visitation Monday; funeral Tuesday. Territo, Vincent J., 77, of Lake Worth. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Mass in Montville, N.J. Thach, Helen L., 91, formerly of West Palm Beach. Mizell-Faville-Zern Funeral Home, South- Bravo, Alicia Y., 69, of Lake .Worth. Mizell-Faville-Zern Funeral Home, Southdale Chapel, West Palm Beach. Visitation today; funeral Monday. : Carfagna, Anthony, 84, of Jupiter. Ay cock Funeral Home, fupiter. Connor, Artie, 94, of West Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Davis, Eva, of West Palm Beach. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. ; Diamond, Susan L, 89, of Balm Beach. Riverside-Gordon Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral today. ' Echols, Frederick, of West Palm Beach. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Edwards, Albert D., 74, of Lantana. Babione-Stephenson Funeral Home, Lantana. Epstein, Robert, 71, of Del-ray Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral Monday. I lobe bound. Aycock runeral Home, Jupiter, funeral in Provi dence, R.I. McClister, Franklin D., 60, of Stuart. All County Funeral Home & Crematory, Treasure uoast Lnapei. St. Lucie County Loud, Anne L., 77, of Fort Pierce. Yates Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Memorial service in Arlington, Va. CONSISTING OF A ' ? CREMATORY WAREHOUSE i FACILITY OR i STOREFRONT OUR BEAUTIFUL DEL LAGO CHAPEL : CONSTRUCTED IN ' ' 1923 WHICH ,1 OVERLOOKS THE I INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY,, IS USED EXCLUSIVELY FOR VIEWING & SERVICES : TO PRESERVE THE - UNIQUE HOMELIKE & .J PEACEFUL AMBIANCE WE HAVE CREATED. . Please Compare. : VINCE SHARKEY, : FUNERAL DIRECTOR - Funeral Services With : Personal Care ' Family Owned $ : Operated r -j NO HIDDEN COST' : CLASSIFIED FUNERAL NOTICES CLASSIFIED RITA M. LEOPOLD age 57 of Royal Palm Beach passed away, Tuesday, December 2, 1997. Rita is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Judy and Sonny Hamilton, Royal Palm Beach; sister, Donna McDermott, Wellington; 3 grandchildren, JIM MACK SMITH of Boynton Beach, FL, Master Sergeant USAF (Retired) and Life Member of the Professional Golf Association died Friday, December 5, 1997. Survivors Include his devoted wife, Jan Smith; two brothers, John Smith, Moscow, ID and Donald Methany, Oklahoma City, OK; four step children, Sally Cowsert, Margie Hatcher, both of West Palm Beach, Paul (Ana) Miller, of Valrlco, and Mary Beth (Danny) Gilbert of Chesapeake, VA; five THOMAS A. PENCE, SR. 55 years old, of West Palm Beach, died at his home on Wednesday, December 3, 1997, after a brief battle with cancer. Born on July 1, 1942 in Dayton, Ohio, Mr. Pence was a graduate of Lake Worth High School, Class of 1960. He served In the U.S. Navy during the Cuban Missile Crisis and alter his discharge in 1962 he attended AMF Bowling Instructor School in Chicago, ELL. He became a Youth Bowling Instructor and later joined the family business in Delray Beach where he became very Involved in the Bowling Profession. In 1968 he attended Miami Barber CoUege (Miami, FL) and in 1970 began his own hairstyling business in West Palm Beach and lu'isuna, Jennifer and Brandon. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Rita Catholic Church, WelUngton on Tuesday, December 9, 1997 at 10 AM with Rev. Walter Dockerill, officiating. In lieu I! Tlmm nit in i tla ANTHONY CHARLES KRAYER, JR. 77, husband of Dorothe M. Krayer (deceased), passed away at home on Friday, December 5, 1997. Mr. Krayer was the father of six children, Anthony C, m (Karen) of Plantation, Michael Hoffner (Charles) of Ohio, Thomas J. (Brenda) of Lake Worth, Marti Patterson of Jupiter, Patrick E (Joan) of Peshawer, Pakistan, David S. (deceased 1978). He had 14 grandchildren. Born in the Bronx, New York, he received degrees from Ne,v York University and Columbia University in Geology and Accounting. He served in WW n as a bomber pilot, achieving the rank of First Lieutenant, Air Force. On June 11, 1944 his B24 was shot down over Rumania and he was interned in a Prisoner of War Camp in Bulgaria. He received the prestigious POW Medal, awarded from the Dept. of the Air Force, Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1988. His personally documented story ol his exprience as a POW chronicled as a diary has been added to the Air Fore Academy's POW collection housed in the Academy Libraries, Colorado. of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice of Palm Beach County, 5300 East Ave, West Palm Beach, FL 33407 TILLMAN FUNERAL HOME, WEST PALM BEACH FAMILY OWNED OPERATED Funeral services will he held Tuesday, Dec. 9, 10 am, at BOYNTON MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 800 W. Boynton Beach Blvd., Boynton Beach FL 33426 with entombment to follow at Boynton Beach Mausoleum. Friends may call at the funeral home on Monday from 6-8 pm. remained active until May of 1997. He attained and held titles to many honorable state and national awards within the hairstyling profession. Active within his community, Mr. Pence was involved in numerous youth programs, including Youth Bowling, Boy's Scout, Coaching with McArthur Little League and Lake Lytal Baseball as well as serving on several business and civic committees such as; Kiwanis, the Forum Club, the Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation, the Bank of Palm Beach and Trust and the First Union Bank. He was also a longtime active member and Past Deacon of the First Baptist Church of West Palm Beach, FL. CANDIS BARBER of Riviera Beach went home lo glory on Dec. 4, 1997. She was a long time resident ol the Palm Beaches and was a member lor 37 years of Mount Calvary Baptist Church. She leaves cherished memories with her three daughters, Hattie Easley, Elizabeth Wilson (Bruce), and Eleanor Barber (Joe); one brother, Willie O. Powell; U grandchildren, Rick Easley Linda Johnson, Zedrick and Tarrence Barber, Tracey Davis, Bruce O. Wilson, Jewell Shorter, Daymeon and Nicole Wilson, Brenda Lee, Kelvin Blount; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and many sorrowing friends. Her Service of Thanksgiving and Reflection will be held Monday, 11 am, Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, with Rev. Ralph Tittman officiating. Friends may call today from U pm at the COLEMAN FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL. TRADITIONAL : FUNERALBURIAL $980. CREMATION : NO SERVICES : WILLIAM CHARLES TORKINGTON 89, died peacefully at home on West Indies Drive, Palm Beach, FL Nov. 26th, 1997. WELDON C. INGERSOLL Age 90, of North Palm Beach, Florida died december 4, 1997, after a lengthy Illness. Pre-de-ceased by his wife of 54 years, Ruth; and sons, Wel-don C. Ingersoll. He leaves to cherish his memory, daughter, Ruth Ann Ingersoll, of North Palm Beach-grandson, Frank Cimbrik, of Wood-Ridge, New Jersey and Weidon C. Cimbrik, of Caldwell, New Jersey. Weldon retired to North Palm Beach In 1957 after 40 years of service with Western Elecrtric (AT4T) in New York City. Arrangements being handled by the National Cremation Society of Lake Worth. No services by the request of the deceased. Interment at Royal Palm Memorial Gardens. Memoriams to Hospice of Palm Beach County. Born 1908 in Philadelphia, PA. Graduate of Friends Select School k Temple University. An athlete k musician: played soccer at both schools k was a drummer with the Haverfordians dance band. His field was textiles: an officer with Brooks Brothers Mill, Phil., PA and Brookline Fabrics 4 Southern Pile Mills In Greenville, So. Carolina. Mr. Krayer enjoyed a long career In the communications industry, affiliated with National Broadcasting Co., WPIX-New York, WCKT-Mlami, and WEAT-WPB. He subsequently utilized his business acumen as an educator and the OCT Coordinator at Twin Lakes High School until his retirement in 1986. Married to Dot for 54 years, Tony Krayer resided in North Palm Beach for more than 30 years. His primary focus was his family, and he enjoyed traveling, boating, and fishing. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10 am, Monday, December 8, by Rev. Arthur Venezia at St, Paul of the Cross Catholic Church, North Palm Beach. The family will receive friends on Sunday, Dec. 7, from 2-4 and 6-8 pm at WM. N. HOWARD FUNERAL HOME, 754 U.S. Hwy 1, North Palm Beach, FL. Moved to Palm Beach, FL In 1960. An avid golfer He Is survived by Ills wife of 33 years, Gloria Jeanette Pence ol West Palm Beach; his son, Thomas A. Pence, Jr. also of West Palm Beach; his brother, Gerald Lee Pence of Tequesta, FL; a nephew, Patrick Pence of Tallahassee, FL; and two nieces, Keeley Tackett of West Palm Beach and Karley Unger of Jupiter, FL. Also surviving are two aunts, an uncle and several cousins, all of Dayton, Ohio. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 A.M. Monday, December 8,1997, at the First Baptist Church of West Palm Beach, with Dr. Keith Thomas, Pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Royal Palm Memorial Gardens, West Palm Beach. Friends may call at QUATTLEBAUM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME, 1201 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, between the hours of 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. on Sunday, December 7, 1997. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in his memory to either the First Baptist Church; 'HEEDING GOD'S CALL' Project; 1101 South Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, FL, 33401 or to Hospice of Palm Beach County, 5300 East Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL, 33407. QUATTLEBAUM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HflMP - tuiiiiuueu ins mve ror music with jam sessions at his home 4 others. Club affiliations were: The Everglades, Bath 4 Tennis, Beach k Sallfish. He survived 4 WIVP: Fran Pnnnia Millla M. D...k o , MADGE THERESA LUPIEN - . .., lllUc K nuul. aurvivurs are daughters: Jane White, Seattle, WA. Jacquelin Liggett, Palm Beach, 4 Dorothy Borynack, NYC Grandchildren: John Norwood, Vero Beach Fraaer Mrs. Lupien, age 81, of North Palm Beach passed away on Friday evening, December 5, 1997 after an extended illness. She was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, daughter of the late Louis Josti and Nellie Toomey Jostl. She resided In Worcester before moving to North Palm Beach 26 years ago. Mrs. Lupien was a communicant of St. Clare Catholic Church. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 56 years, Francis E. Lupien, who died October 3, 1996. Mrs. Lupien is survived bv her devoted daiiDhter INCLUDES ALTERNATE CONTAINER -f' RE0UIRED BY LAW. ; ,' ASHES SCATTERED AT SEA AVAILABLE. ! CREMATION ! S VIEWING & SERVICE; $980. : iitr, uranvme, oo. Carolina, Allison Sullivan, Charlotte, No. Carolina, Stephanie Borynack of NYC Great-Grandchildren: Bennett Price, Greenville So Carolina 4 Kendall Norwood Vero Beach. n. w Fu"eral- A1" to be sent to Philadelphia, PA. Memorials to Hospice. LORRAINE J. (GOSSELIN) BANKS 55, of Jupiter, FL formerly of Tolland. CT, died Wednesday, December 3, 1997 after a long illness. Prior to moving to Florida In 1985, she was an L.P.N, at Mount Sinai Hospital In Hartford. She was an active member of St. Peter Catholic Church, a Respect Life Representative, a Life Line volunteer counselor, and was a child advocate with Guardian Ad Litem. She leaves her husband, George Banks, her father, Lionel Gosselin of Connecticut ; her children, James B. Manning of Coconut Creek, FL, and Michele Holt, Debra Bajorek, and Jennifer Newkirk all ol Connecticut; her eight brothers and sisters; and her grandson, Timothy Bajorek. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated, Monday, 10 a.m. at St. Peter Catholic Church, Jupiter. Friends may call Sunday (today) from 24 and 6-8 pm at the TAYLOR k MODERN FUNERAL HOME, 250 Center St., Jupiter. Burial will be in Connecticut. In lieu of flowers, contributions for breast cancer research may be made to the Susan B. Komen Foundation, P.O. Box 880, West Palm Beach, FL 33402. TAYLOR 4 MODEEN FUNERAL HOME Family Owned k Operated (561) 744-2030 FAMILY OWNED k OPERATED ETHELYN "DOLLY" LEMASTERS Age 84, of West Palm Beach, FL passed away on December 4, 1997. Dolly was a long time resident since moving here from Berlin, Massachusetts in 1964. She also was a member of the Northwood Baptist Church. She leaves to cherish her memories a loving husband, Leslie; two sons. John Baum of West Palm Beach and Fred Baum (Mary) of Loxahatchee; four grandchildren, Tami Gomez, Melissa Smalling. John Olsen, Bryan Baum; one great grandchild, Paige Smalling; and one niece, Eleanor Rand; along with a host of sorrowing friends. Family and friends may call at the Royal Palm Funeral Home, 5601 Greenwood Avenue, WPB on Sunday, December 7, from 44 pm. Funeral services will be held Monday, 2 pm, Dec. 8, at the ROYAL PALM FUNERAL HOME. Burial lo follow in Royal Palm Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Family requests donations to the Alzheimers Foundation. k Are you over 55 years of age? . X' X "W lsW X. .X You may be eugjble to receive a paycheck while attendinz classes w Free classes available for eliaiWp Patricia Lupien of North Palm Beach; one sister, Ella L. Zimatravich of Lake Park; and several nieces. The family will receive friends from 7-9 pm on Monday, Dec. 8, at THOMAS L. PRICE FUNERAL HOME, 553 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach where a Wake Service wiU be held Monday evening. The Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated at St. Clare Catholic Church, 821 Prosperity Farms Rd., North Palm Beach on Tuesday, Dec. 9, at 10 am. Interment, Royal Palm Memorial Gardens. Those planning an expression of sympathy in lieu of flowers are asked to consider contributions in memory of Madge Theresa Lupien to Hospice of Palm Beach County, 5300 East Ave., WPB FL 33407. LILLIAN M. WILLIAMS 93, born Feb. 16, 1904, Bridgeport, Ohio. Moved to WPB in 1946 and was a longtime member of North-wood United Methodist Church. Lillian husband Dave were owners k operators of Willams Venetion Blind Bus., WPB. Predeceased by husband Dave, 1966. Survived by 2 sons, David T. WPB, Betty, daughter-in-law; Ronald G., PBG (late) Barbara (Bobbi) daughter-in-law; 6 grandsons, David m, Bradley, Danny, Brett, Ronald Jr., Bart; 10 great grandchildren. Graveside services Sat., Dec. 13, 2 p.m. with Inurnment at Hillcrest Memorial Park, Parker Ave., WPB. In lieu of flowers, please make donation to charity of your choice. V HOME HEALTH AIDE CREMATION: : MEMORIAL SERVICE' $625. i INCL STAFF & FACILITY CHARGES ' ,F0R INFORMATION ON OUR t TRADITIONAL FUNERAL: OUT OF STATE BURIAL: GRAVESIDE SERVICE: , CALL ' LAKE WORTH 561-533-6878 JUPITER 561-627-9482 BOCA RATON 561-368-8755, STUART 561-225-0440 PORT ST. LUCIE 561-871-0144' VERO 561-231-0220 DEERFIELD 954-427-5777; HOLLYWOOD 954-921-7388 MICHELLE M. MacNAMARA 22, of Kingsley. PA and formerly of West Palm Beach passed away on Nov. 27,1997. She Is survived by her parents Thomas Deborah (nee Mokenna) MacNamara, Kingsley, PA.; a sister Lori Ann and brother Michael Thomas; Maternal grandparents John 4 Dorothy MaKenna, Boynton Beach; Paternal grandparents Carleton k Hilda MacNamara, Kingsley, PA and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Funeral services were held In Kingsley, PA. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Ronald McDonald House, P.O. Box 300, Danville PA 17821 ANTHONY CARFAGNA (CARFINE) 84, of Jupiter, FL passed away Friday, December 5, 1997 at the Jupiter Convalescent Pavilion. He was born in Clarksburg, WV, raised in Baltimore, MD, and a resident of Jupiter for 10 years. Prior to retirement, he worked for Baltimore Gas and Electric for 35 years. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Carfagna of Jupiter; two sons, Dennis of Tampa and Michael of Jupiter; and three sisters. The family suggests contributions to the Jupiter Medical Center, 1210 S.Old Dixie Hwy, Jupiter FL 33458. i NURSE ASSISTANT Earn a steady income! 6834400 sponsored by the State of Florida Department of Elder Affairs You're Never Too Old To Be Needed! Eoual Opportunity rrograra L Arrangements are under the direction of the AYCOCK FUNERAL HOME, Jupiter, FL. MIAMI OKEECHOBEE 305-373-7007; 941-467-6444 j , TTJC DECT nrnTfTkT t-x-xt - 1 DLJ 1 UElaMUlN f UK JOHN D. CASAMASSINA t r , ; MY FAMILY.. of Lantana, formerly of Moonachie, NJ died on RplnvoH hiiehanH nl I ill;.,- ru.. Kiumii iur- rmiaroi; Devoted father of John and Toni of FL. Loving son of rv, V; . ""Kruno v-asamassina of Moonach e, NT Hoar ht-nthnp nt I Ai D ; , ., . tXi kY. Lj",fl "-u'-i:i ui upper aaaoie kiv- er, NJ and Donna Dallafior of Chester, NJ. Caring auii-ui-u ui mummy rmiaro ot f airview, NJ. Lov ins uiiwc ui iiiaiiy nieces ana nepnews. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 am. from Kohler Funeral nunir, ia, nai-nensarK St., wood Kldge, NJ. Mass 11 am, ot. iTiaiaiei ui uonona, Little Kerry, NJ Entombment Holy Cross Mausoleum, North Arline- ) hen it came time to choose a funeral home, price was definitely a factor. I knew that Royal Palm Funeral Home & Cemetery offered excellent, caring service. But what I didn't know is that they offer very affordable prices ... day. The family would appreciate donations made in lovittff momnrv nt Tnhn ..... : w 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 T ' FLA. STATE LICENSE KB0000153 NATIONAL; CREMATION SOCIETY FLORIDA'S OLDEST AND LARGEST' ' CREMATION SOCIETY 6 4 1-3626 LAKEWQRTH ' FUNERAL SERVICES ; STRAGHN & SONS TRI-CITY FUNERAL HOME ' 26 S.W. 5th Ave., Delray Beach, Fla. ! CALL 561-272-8396 . uromasnifi m monnarnie mnTi Joseph St'' Moona'-hie NJ - r 1 n 7:,: a i ' , I se i - iff if "And my children and I were so pleased with the service. The staff at Royal Palm Funeral Home & Cemetery paid attention to every detail and, more important, made us feel secure and comfortable when we needed it most." I O Simple & - ''it- I HELEN L. THACH 91, died December 4, 1997. Formerly of Chattanooga. TN and West Palm Beach, she had lived in Fort Myers since 1990. Helen could raise anything from children to strawberries and her activities reflected those interests. In WPB she participated in the Amaryllis Garden Club. Youth Garden Club, and the Girls Scouts. She was a member of the West Palm Beach Country Club, Holy Trinity Epsk-opal Church, and Church Women United, as well as a member and oflicer of St. Monica's Chapter at Holy Trinity. In Chattanooga, she worked for the Registrar of Deeds In the Hamilton County Court House and was an officer of the Business Women's League. She was an avid golfer and a member of St. Paul Episcopal Church. K She Is survived by her daughter, Norma T. Benton of Ft. Myers; three grandchildren. Lynda B. Willis of Ft. Myers. Mark Benton of Holstebro, Denmark, and Scot Benton of Boston. MA; four great grandchildren. In the Chattanooga area she Is survived by two sisters, Charlotte Johnson and Norma MtCarty. Graveside services will be held at 2 pm. Monday, Dec. 8, at Hillcrest Memorial Park. Mil Parker Ave., "West Palm Beach, Florida. The officiant will be the Rev. Cannon James E. Rasnlck. Friends may call at tf funeral home on Monday at 12 Noon. Arrangements are under the direction of the "MEEU.-FAVILLB-ZEKN SOtmiDALE CHAPEL, MM Parr Ave., WPB FL 334 Affordable iKArrangements, """"in- Best Credit Card Interest y-Rates? . ! You'll find them every Monday in BusinessDayOne in f The Palm Beach Post. " 'uneraC Jfome & Cemetery f 560 1 Greenwood Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33407 " t (561)848-8659 M : i t : f I W STU !

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