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2B THURSDAY, MAY 12, 2011 DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE Share Your Condolences - Sign a guest book, or share memories online at www.democratandchronicle.comlegacy Obituaries 8c In c Wlemoriams Obituaries Bolger, Stuart B. Green, Allen J., Sr. WolcottClifton Springs: Age 84 of Wolcott passed away on Thursday, May 5, 201 1 at the House of John in Clifton Springs. Allen was bom July 19, 1926 in Roberts, Idaho the son of the late Allen M. and Hazel Green. He served in the US Army from 1944 to 1947. Allen owned and operated Green's Garage in Williamson, NY from 1963 to 2010. Anyone who knew Allen would find him in the field working on a car. If you asked him if he had a carburetor for a 1952 Packard, he would ask you "What's it worth to you". A celebration of Allen's life will be held 1 1am Sat. May 14th at the Church of the Epiphany, Sodus. Arrangements by Patrick Funeral Home, Clifton Springs. Greenstein, Andrew M. Hilton Head Island, SC: Andrew M. Greenstein, Esq., age 78, died from cancer Monday May 9th, 2011 at his home on Hilton Head Island, where he resided with his wife, Barbara. He was the son of Hannah and Benjamin Greenstein, Esq. and step-son of Sol Brody, Esq. of Philadelphia. Andy graduated from Cornell University and Cornell Law School where he was editor of the Law Review. A veteran of the Korean War, Andy was a senior and managing partner in the Rochester NY firm of Kessler & Underberg where he practiced corporate and tax law for over 40 years. While there, he was President of the Rochester Museum & Science Center and the Strasenberg Planetarium. He and his deceased first wife, Sondra (Cowan), had three children: Benjamin J. Greenstein, PhD of Mt. Vernon, Iowa; Daniel Isaac Greenstein PhD of Piedmont, California; and Ann Greenstein (Farb-man), MFA of Arlington Heights, Illinois. In 1981 Andrew married Barbara Flanagan, former Executive Director of the Rochester Multiple Sclerosis Society. Besides Barbara and his children, Andy is also survived by his son-in-law, Jeffrey Farbman, M.D., and daughters-in-law Janet Lauroesch, MFA and Melissa Feldman, MFA, and six beloved grandchildren: Elijah, Jonah, Sarah, Max, Michael and Anna. An informal Celebration of Andy's life will be held on Thursday, May 19th at 3 p.m. at Windows on the Waterway, 5 Waterway Lane, Hilton Head Plantation. Guests are encouraged to wear "something blue," Andy's favorite color. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate contributions in Andy's name to Hospice Care of the Low-country, Post Office Box 3827, Bluffton SC 29910 or SNAC Spay Neuter Clinic, 21 Getsinger Street, Ridgeland, SC 29936. The Island Funeral Home and Crematory is in charge of created "living history" village in Mumford, NY. The Genesee Country Village and Museum is now the third-largest living history museum in the country, visited each year by thousands from around the world. There, visitors participate in life as it was lived in the early years of the Genesee Country, seeing how it changed from a pioneer wilderness to the agricultural dynamo that energized the development of Western New York. Mr. Bolger was born in Elmira, NY, "Queen City of the Southern Tier," third son of Rev. Thomas Johnson Bolger and Carolyn Heffer Bolger. He is predeceased by his parents and brothers, Stacy Kittridge Bolger and Thomas Robert Bolger. A graduate of the University of Rochester, Mr. Bolger changed his major from chemistry to architectural history when sunny afternoons spent in chem labs proved too confining. Under the influence of UR professors Carl Hersey, Howard Merritt and Bernard Schilling, he specialized in architectural history, art, and literature. The change led to a life's career in early American architecture with an emphasis on the history of the Genesee Country. A "proud Marine," Mr. Bolger left campus to enlist during WW II, serving in the South Pacific (Okinawa). On his return, he continued his studies at Georgia Institute of Technology (contemporary building materials) and at Harvard University (European Romanesque ). For seven years he was director of Historic Bethlehem, Inc., restoring the early Moravian architectural heritage at the heart of that Pennsylvania steel city. An an active member of the Rochester Community, Mr. Bolger was an emeritus trustee of the Landmark Society of Western New York; a founding member (with Andrew D. Wolfe) of Historic Pittsford; and a member of Psi Upsilon Fraternity; The Fortnightly Club; RIT Institute of Fellows; Rochester Historical Society; and a 30-year member of The Monday Night Probability Seminar." In addition to his love for family and a host of friends, Mr. Bolger was a skilled dry-stone wall builder. He was devoted to classical music, springer spaniels, the St. Louis Cardinals, railroad trains, and the perfect dry martini. Mr. Bolger is survived by his wife, Nancy Wharton Bolger, their four children, twins Robin Blair Morse (Stafford-Ames Morse II), Duvall, WA; Stacy Bruce Bolger (Patricia Roelse), Pittsford; Elizabeth Bolger (Samuel Munoz), Chicago; Lindsey Bolger (Alec Brecher), Waterbury Center, VT.; and four grandchildren, Stacy Bolger, Pittsford; Stafford-Ames Morse, III; Duvall, WA; Olivia Hudson, Chicago; and Stefan Brecher, Waterbury Center, VT. Friends may call Friday, May 20th, 4-7 PM at the funeral chapel (2305 Monroe Ave.). A Funeral Service for Mr. Bolger will be held Saturday, May 21st, 3 PM at Christ Episcopal Church, 36 South Main St., Pittsford. A Memorial Service for Mr. Bolger will be held at the Genesee Country Village and Museum in Mumford later this Spring. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Stuart Bolger's memory may be made to the Genesee Country Village and Museum, PO Box 310, Mumford, NY 14510, art. Susan Duffin. To share a memory or photo of Mr. Bolger visit Area Notices Alfred Station Carnes, Donald W. Bergen Neu, Harold William, May 10, 2011 H.E. Turner & Co. Inc. Funeral Home Canandaigua Higgins, F. Vincent, May 11, 2011 Johnson-Kennedy Funeral Home, Inc. Gates Oister, Franklin, May 11, 2011 DiPonzio Funeral Home, Inc. Greece Bell, Edward "Jim", May 7, 201 1 Bartolomeo & Perotto Funeral Home Brinkerhoff, Mabel L., May 10, 2011 Farrell-Ryan Funeral Home Hartle, Victoria H., March 19, 2011 New Comer Funeral Home Parr, Edith P., May 6, 2011 Leo M. Bean and Sons Funeral Home Sampsell, Elizabeth Wallace, April 30, 2011 Arndt Funeral Home Thaine, Marion, May 11, 2011 Bartolomeo & Perotto Funeral Home, Inc. Hilton Gabriel, Christie (Gardener), May 11, 2011 Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home Hilton Head Island Greenstein, Andrew M., May 9, 201 1 The Island Funeral Home and Crematory Honeoye Falls Countryman, Lee Thomas Miller Funeral Homes, Inc. Pittsford Michaels, Harold, May 10, 2011 Brighton Memorial Chapel, Inc. Rochester Bolger, Stuart B., May 9, 2011 Anthony Funeral & Cremation Chapels Hines, Winifred C, May 9, 2011 Anthony Funeral & Cremation Chapels Hockenbrock, Donald R., May 10, 2011 Anthony Funeral & Cremation Chapels Kriske, Dorothy D., April 29, 2011 Anthony Funeral & Cremation Chapels Lucas, Mabel A., May 10, 2011 Walker Brothers Funeral Home, Inc. Manuele, Nicoletta M., May 5, 2011 New Comer Funeral Home Morley, Joanne N., May 9, 201 1 Paul W. Harris Funeral Home, Inc. Sanders, Willie, May 10, 2011 Millard E. Latimer & Son Funeral Home Shaughnessy, Jerome P., May 10, 2011 Alvah Halloran & Son Funeral Home Smith, Jean E, May 9, 2011 Paul W. Harris Funeral Home Warner, Richard L, May 8, 201 1 Anthony Funeral & Cremation Chapels Scottsville Brown, Burton L., May 2, 2011 Victor DiMarco, Anthony, May 10, 2011 Jarmusz Cotton Funeral Home Webster Orioli, Annette, May 9, 2011 Anthony Funeral Chapel Wolcott Green, Allen J., Sr., May 5, 201 1 Patrick Funeral Home Anthony FUN'f HAL. & OttMATION CHAP! IS 2305 Monroe Avenue, 244-0770 Pittsford: Stuart B. Bolger, founding director of the Genesee Country Village, died Monday, May 9, 2011 of a brief illness following recent surgery. He was 89 years old. Mr. Bolger was hired in 1966 by John L. Wehle, president of the Genesee Brewing Co., to create a company museum. Mr. Bolger broadened Mr. Wehle's vision to include the development of a re Michaels, Harold Pittsford; Passed away on May 10, 201 1 at age 83. Predeceased by his wife, Selma. Survived by his loving children, Edward (Marta), Lee (Lori-lyn) and Laurie Michaels; grandchildren, Max, Noah & Louie; brothers, Robert (Helene) & Jerry Michaels; sister, Rita Maddalena; nieces & nephews. Harold was a long time Rochester Real Estate member and owner of Seneca Pottery. Graveside Services will be held at 2:00PM in Mt. Hope Cemetery. i rr- V.;4 tit- Brown, Burton L. Scottsville: Insurance man, national ski patrol, sailor, veteran. Died peacefully in his home on May 2, 2011, at age 88. A memorial service will be held at the Scottsville Presbyterian Church on May 14th at 1 PM. In lieu of flowers, friends may send contributions to the Union Presbyterian Church of Scottsville or the Scottsville Free Masons. Carnes, Donald W. Alfred Station, NY: There will be an Interment as well as a Memorial Service for immediate family on May 14th, 2011, 2:00pm, at the Howard Cemetery, Howard, NY. Countryman, Lee Thomas Honeoye Falls: At age 67, after a very long illness. Predeceased by daughter, Wendy. Survived by wife, Joan; 3 children & 9 grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial, SUNDAY, 2PM at St Matthew's Church, Livonia. Interment, Pine Hill Cemetery. Donations may be made to Pluta Cancer Center or Hildebrandt Hospice Care Center. For directions visit: searc rsjj n fcv Ccs YxJ Hines, Winifred C. Rochester: May 9, 2011 at age 89. Predeceased by her husband, Bill. She is survived by her sons, Daniel (Joanne) and Richard (Mary Johnston) of Iowa; grandchildren, Jennifer (Brian) Forpahl, Kimberly Hines, Tiffiny Johnston-Hines; great-granddaugther, Kaitlyn Forpahl; cousins, Diane Stevens, Bob Stevens and Chris (Bill) Sickles. Win was a life long member of Asbury First United Methodist Church. She was one of the founding members with her husband, Bill, of the Partnership Class. She was employed by Eastman Kodak until her retirement. She then enjoyed more time with her friends and family, as well as volunteering at School 20. Win especially enjoyed gardening, even when she moved to Valley Manor. She had window boxes with many varieties of flowers. Win was very proud of her children, grandchildren and recently welcomed her great granddaughter, Kaitlyn. A memorial service celebrating her life will be held Saturday, 2pm, at Asbury First United Methodist Church, 1050 East Ave., Rochester, 14607. Interment will be held privately at White Haven Memorial Park. Contributions in her memory may be made to Asbury First United Methodist Church or Vito Quatela's HUGS Foundation, 973 East Ave., Rochester, 14607. Dr. Quatela was responsible many years ago for saving her life when she was diagnosed with stage 4 oral cancer. To share a memory or photo of Win Hines visit www. Ely Anthony iijNERAL & CBF.MATION CHAMLS 2305 Monroe Avenue, 244-0770 Hockenbrock, Donald R. Pittsford: May 10, 2011, died peacefully after a brief illness. He was surrounded by his wife of 48 years, Eleanor; daughters, Patricia Dohr and Amy Hockenbrock, as well as his son-in-law Deacon Peter Dohr. He is also survived by his three grandchildren, Carlin, Mackenzie and Griffin Dohr; many brothers and sisters-in-law; numerous nieces, nephews and beloved great aunts, uncles and cousins in Pennsylvania and the Syracuse area. Don was a proud Nittany Lion fan, he returned to Penn State often to attend football games. His career included work at Sylvania and General Electric. In the mid 1990's he retired after 30 years in Manufacturing Engineering at Xerox Corp. He was an avid outdoor-sman and loved to hunt, fish and hike the hills near his 2nd home on Canandaigua Lake. Don's family wishes to thank the caring staff of the CCU at Rochester General Hospital for their kind and compassionate care. Friends may call Thursday, 5-8 PM at the Anthony Funeral Chapel (2305 Monroe Ave.). A Funeral Mass will be held Friday, 12:30 PM at St.Thomas More Church, 2617 East Avenue. To share a memory or photo of Don, visit ZORNOW& HEDGES MflBIAl OiArrt Kriske, Dorothy D. West Irondequoit: Friday, April 29, 2011. Predeceased by her parents, Marsena Charles Drake and Ella Mae Curry Drake, her brother Charles Drake, her sister Ellen Drake Urban and her husband of 58 years, Arthur C. Kriske. She is survived by her daughters, Carol (Patrick) Crane, Linda (Randall) Nash; grandchildren, Jason, Laura, and Andrew (Yaara) Crane, Benjamin and Emily Nash; sisters, Joyce (Donald) Pixley, Esther Ci-polla; sister-in-law, Lucille Drake; nieces and nephews. Friends may visit with the family at 1 pm on May 14, 2011 at the funeral chapel (2305 Monroe Ave.) where a funeral service will immediately follow. Interment at Riverside Cemetery. Dorothy loved growing things. She was devoted to her children, grandchildren and her garden. Dorothy enjoyed many years at her cottage in Sodus Point and had many fond memories of concerts and fire work displays at the Old Sodus Point Light House. Memorial donations may be directed to the Sodus Point Historical Society, PO Box 94, Sodus Point, New York 14555. M ANTHONY fliNf RAI & CRrMATlON CHAPtl.S 2305 Monroe Avenue, 244-0770 continued on page 4 THURSDAY TODAY Donations may be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research in his memory. To leave a message of condolence, please visit: tofflHlII(IIIOM(m(0lll Establishing a New Tradition Hartle, Victoria H. Greece: March 19, 2011. Survived by beloved husband, William and beloved children, Carol (Michael) Fairchild and Gary (Jackie) Hartle; grandchildren, Christopher and Garrett Hartle, Tyler and Brett Fairchild; sister-in-law, Mary Liber-acki; brother, Eugene (Jean) Liber-acki and several nieces, nephews and friends. Friends are invited to attend her Memorial Mass on Saturday, May 14th at 10 AM at St. John the Evangelist Church, 2400 Ridge Rd. W. In lieu of flowers those wishing may remember Vicki with a contribution the American Diabetes Foundation or the Leukemia Foundation. To share a special memory please visit: Bell, Edward J. "Jim" Greece: May 7, 201 1 at the age of 86. Beloved husband & father. Predeceased by his parents, Edward & Frances; brother, Gerard. Survived by his loving wife, Jackie J. (Giroux) Bell; children, Dan (Joyce) Bell, Peggy 3 (Pete) Hendrickson, Jim (Pam) Bell, Sue (Bill) Lewis & Rick (Linda) Bell; 13 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; brother, Robert (Mickey) Bell; sister, Barbara (Larry) Merritt; several nieces, nephews, cousins & friends. Jim was a WWII veteran & member of the American Legion Post 468. Jim's visitation will be held 11AM-1 PM on Friday at the funeral home, 1411 Vintage Lane (between Rte 390 & Long Pond Rd) His funeral service will follow visitation, at 1:00PM. Inurnment Falls Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the American Cancer Society, 6725 Lyons St, PO Box 7, East Syracuse, NY 13057 in Jim's memory. Bartolomeo&Perotto FUNERAL HOME, INC. DiMarco, Anthony Victor, NY: Much loved husband, father, grandfather, uncle, friend and devoted family man. Anthony passed away on May 10, 2011 at age 92. He was predeceased by his beloved granddaughter Caroline Harber and son-in-law Wayne Harber; brothers John, Richard and Aladino; sisters Maria and Frida. Anthony is survived by his wife Anne; daughter Nancy DiMarco Harber; son Paul (Roberta) DiMarco; grandchildren Paul, Laura and Tricia DiMarco; nephews Richard (Alberta), John (Debra) and Gerard (Christine); brother Genesio DiMarco of Castelnuovo, Italy and many nieces and nephews in Italy and the U.S. Anthony served in WWII in the Italian Army. He was an employee of Timely Clothes and Delco Products. He enjoyed skiing, golf, biking, gardening and reading. The family would like to thank the staff of Clare Bridge and Aaron Manor. Special thanks to devoted aide Colette. Friends are invited to Anthony's Funeral Mass 9 a.m. SATURDAY at St. Louis Church (Pittsford, NY). Interment St. Patrick's Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to St. Jude's Childrens Hospital in his memory. Arrangements JARMUSZ COTTON Funeral Home (Victor.NY). mm? Gabriel, Christie (Gardner) Hilton: May 11, 2011 Christie Gabriel, 76 at home following a courageous battle with Progessive Supranuclear Palsy. Predeceased by her parents, George & Dorothy (Peterman) Gardner; father-in-law, Stephen Gabriel, Sr. and brothers-in-law, Michael Newport and William Conde. Deeply missed by her husband of nearly 50 years, Stephen Gabriel, Jr. and her children, Tonya (Louis) Lustumbo, Timothy (Julie) Gabriel and Tasha Gabriel. She will always be remembered as a loving grandmother by Leigh & Claire Lustumbo, Jared, Justin & Stephen Gabriel; her sisters, Ha Newport and Renee (Glen) Warner; her mother-in-law, Anna Gabriel; brothers-in-law, Edward (Audrey) & James (Catherine) Gabriel. She was also a special aunt and great-aunt to many nieces & nephews; As well as a good friend with many, especially Karen Gabriel. Although most of Christie's life was fulfilled as a devoted wife, mother & grandmother she was proud to have applied her Secretarial Skills at the Kodak Patent Office as well as Dr. Henion's and Dr. Wahba's offices. She was a graduate of Attica Central School, Class of 1962 and felt grateful for the thoughtful cards and letters endearment her classmates sent over the years. Friends are invited to attend her Funeral Mass Monday, May 16th at 10 AM at St. Leo the Great Church, Hilton. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations may be made to CURE P.S.P., Hunt Valley, MD 21031-9942 in Christie's memory. MS! THOMAS E. BURGER FUNERAL HOME INC. Higgins, F. Vincent Canandaigua: Bom in Pavilion, NY on July 31, 1907, age 103, passed away Wednesday, May 1 1, 201 1 at his home. Survived by his daughter, Rosemary (William) Strub of Clifton Springs; 3 sons, Dr. Dennis V. Higgins of Oregon, Joseph L. (Sue) Higgins of SC and John T. (Claire) Higgins of Latham; seven grandchildren; eight greatgrandchildren; many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his wife, Catherine (Mittiga) Higgins in 1997; and four sisters and three brothers. Mr. Higgins was formerly of Syracuse. He was a US Army veteran of WWII and also served with the US Army Reserves for many years retiring with the rank of Colonel. Mr. Higgins worked as a realtor and owned Higgins Real Estate in Syracuse and was active in the Syracuse Board of Realtors. He traveled extensively throughout the United States and the world. He enjoyed spending time with his family. Friends may call Sunday from 2-5 p.m. at Johnson-Kennedy Funeral Home, Inc., 47 N. Main St., Canandaigua. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday at 10:00 a.m. at St. Mary's Church, 95 N. Main St., Canandaigua. Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, DeWitt. The family would like to extend special thanks to the home health aides for the excellent care he received the last four years. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Mary's School, 16 Gibson Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424 or the House of John, 14 Spring Street, Clifton Springs, NY 14432. Any condolences may be offered at Bwimwummii mmmitmmmmMmmmmajmimmmmm Brinkerhoff, Mabel L. Greece: May 10, 2011. Predeceased by her husband, Robert. Survived by her children, Patri-cia Jenson, Robert (Pat Moyer) Brinkerhoff, Charles Brinkerhoff, Sandra (Paul) Lauricella; grandchildren, Dawn Jenson (Dale), Rachel Lauricella (Craig), Vanessa Lauricella (Jim), Leonard Lauricella, Paul Lauricella, Sierra Jenson, Tammy Bert, Jazmyn Berl; brother, Bernie (Mary) Bringhurst; sister, Marie Bringhurst; dearest friend, Valerie LaValle. Friends may call Sunday 4-7 at the funeral home, 777 Long Pond Road (between English & Latta). Private interment. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Palliative Care Unit Strong Memorial Hospital, 601 Elmwood Avenue, Box 687, Rochester 14642. 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