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2B Tlll'KSnAY. MAY 2, 2002 A.M. DIGEST A second arrest in city slaying Police have charged a Rochester man with second-degree murder in connection with a shooting in January. Timothy Lundy, 25, is the second person charged in the death of Whitney Morris, who was found dead Jan. 26 on Turner Street. Derrick Gause, 28, was arrested within days of the killing and is awaiting trial on charges of second-degree murder. Lundy was ordered held without bail in the Monroe County Jail on one count of second-degree murder. A preliminary hearing is set for Monday. Police say Lundy is accused of shooting Morris three times with a handgun, once in the face, chest and back. Witnesses told police that two men approached Morris after an argument about 1:25 a.m. near Turner Street and Arnett Boulevard. One man shot Morris and the other beat him on the head with a pipe, they said. According to Gause's indictment, he is accused of repeatedly striking Morris. 2 teens injured in train accident GALEN Two teenagers were hospitalized Wednesday after the pickup truck they were riding in was struck by a fast' moving freight train. The driver of the pickup, An drew Henderberg, 18, of Kelsey Road, was in stable condition Wednesday night at ViaHealth of Wayne hospital in Newark. A passenger in the pickup, Ali cia Henderberg, 15, also of Kelsey Road, was in guarded condition in the intensive care unit at Strong Memorial Hospi tal. She was transported by heli copter from the scene to Strong. Henderberg was southbound on Brown Road at 7:38 a.m. Wednesday when he drove around a gate at the railroad crossing and attempted to cross two sets of tracks before a train arrived, said State Police Investigator Orlando Gonzalez. A westbound train traveling about 10 mph was about 200 feet to the east. An eastbound train, moving about 60 mph with its whistle blaring, struck the rear of the pickup, Gonzalez said. No tickets have been issued, but the investigation is continuing, Gonzalez said. Top sheriff aide takes track job GENESEO Livingston County Undersheriff Daniel Maloney has resigned to become director of security at Batavia Downs Race Track, Sheriff John York said. Maloney left the department last month after becoming undersheriff in 1994. His replacement will be named at a May 13 ceremony at the sheriff's department. Allegations grow in sex abuse case Greece police are investigating more allegations that a Greece man sexually abused women he met over the Internet. The department received five complaints from people after it was announced Tuesday that police charged James Comfort, 27, of 155 Stone Road, Apt. 1, with second-degree rape. Police said Comfort met a 14-year-old girl in an Internet chat room, and then had sex with her in his apartment. He is also charged with sodomy and endangering the welfare of a child. Comfort has been convicted twice before for harassing women he met over the Internet. He was remanded to the Monroe County Jail on $50,000 bail. A preliminary hearing is set in Greece Town Court for Friday. More charges are pending. Webster officials weigh litigation Webster's Board of Education and Town Board will meet behind closed doors at 6 tonight to discuss proposed, pending or current litigation. Town Supervisor Cathryn Thomas would not elaborate on the agenda. Board of Education President Eric Reed could not be reached for comment. School board member Sue Blood said she didn't know why the meeting had been called. The meeting will take place in district offices on the third floor of Spry Middle School, 119 South Ave. j Two legislators from Greece may battle for 134th BY STAFF WRITER MICHAEL CAPUTO Two Monroe County legislators from Greece Democrat Frederick Amato and Republican William Reilich could collide in a race to fill the soon-to-be-open 134th State Assembly seat. The opening occurs because Assemblyman Joseph Robach, the Democrat from Greece, will announce today that he is going to run on the Republican Party line for a state Senate seat against incumbent Democrat Richard Dollinger. On Wednesday, Amato said he would form an exploratory committee to decide whether to mount a run for the Assembly seat. "It's going to take a lot of time and a lot of money," said Amato, who was flanked by Monroe County Democrats at party headquarters. Late Wednesday, Reilich emerged from a County Republican executive committee and said that he is interested in the Assembly seat and other Greece Republicans have encouraged Buffalo budget plan would cut 404 jobs THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BUFFALO Mayor Anthony Masiello on Wednesday proposed laying off 144 city workers, most of them in the Police Department, and raising residential property taxes by 4.1 percent in the next fiscal year. Masiello's budget also would eliminate an additional 260 unfilled city jobs and abolish substance abuse services and all funding for cultural groups. "It's a budget people are not going to like," Masiello said. The budget reflects continued fallout from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on New York City. In the current year, which ends June 30, Buffalo and its schools were forced to make hundreds of midyear layoffs and service reductions after the attacks dried up hopes for a $54 million infu sion of state aid on which the city had been counting. Officials are preparing for a similar scenario next year. The Police Department would be hardest hit by the proposal delivered to the City Council Wednesday. The plan would cut 93 police officers, 54 officer vacancies and 23 civilian vacancies for a savings of $0.2 million. Au thorities said each of the city's five police districts would lose about 10 patrol officers, thus increasing response times, especially for non-emergency calls. The Fire Department would ACROSS THE STATE SYRACUSE Minister jailed on sex charge A Baptist minister who es caped dozens of deputies who surrounded his house, only to be arrested later at a local motel, was arraigned Wednesday on a sexual abuse charge. The Rev. David Gardiner was sent to Onondaga County Jail in lieu of $1,000 bail following his arraignment in Salina Town Court. Gardiner also was charged with endangering the welfare of a child. Onondaga County Sheriff Kevin Walsh said the charges involved a minor who was an acquaintance, but he declined to provide further details. Gardiner, 43, is pastor of the Liverpool Baptist Church, a small congregation with about 50 members. Bridge avoids tribal grave site The state Department of Transportation has agreed to build a new $25 million bridge over the Seneca River at an alternate location to protect an 800-year-old Onondaga Indian grave site, officials said Wednesday. "This has been a very satisfying experience for the Ononda-gas. The state has been quite co DI-MOCRAT AM) CHRONICLE him to run. "I'm certainly interested," Reilich said. "I know of no other Republican that is seeking (the Assembly seat)." County Republican Chairman Stephen J. Minarik said Reilich is just one of many candidates from Greece who could run for the seat, naming Greece Supervisor Jack Auberger and Greece Town Board members James Smith, Rick Antelli and Jerry Heifer. Robach has said he is upset that the new redistricting plan, approved by the state Legislature and the governor, pushed his Assembly district out of the Charlotte and Maplewood sections of the city. Dollinger's new Senate district includes those portions of the city plus the town of Greece. Robach will hold a news conference at the Roger Robach Community Center in Charlotte, a place named after his father, who preceded him in the Assembly. Dollinger will respond to the Robach press conference at 2 p.m. lose nine filled positions and 66 vacancies, and see the closure of three fire companies, for $4.9 million in savings. Funding for schools would drop by $860,000. The Board of Education had sought a $2 million increase. Masiello said the $66.7 million earmarked for schools represents 51 percent of what city property taxes will raise. For property owners, the 4.1 percent tax increase would translate to an additional $60 on an $80,000 home. A resident who owns a home assessed at $50,000 would pay an additional $37- Businesses and other commercial properties would see a 4.9 percent decrease in the tax rate. The City Council will have about three weeks to make changes in the plan. Council Member-at-Large Beverly Gray said she would not support a property tax increase for homeowners, since garbage user fees and others were just increased. Council President James Pitts said he hoped the bare-bones budget proposal would loosen state or federal money. "Maybe this had to happen . . . for many of our state and federal representatives to understand that we need some assistance," he said. "The city is on its knees." operative and responsive to the chiefs' concerns," said Joseph Heath, the tribe's attorney. The new location is just south of the site originally proposed for the five-lane bridge in the hamlet of Belgium, 11 miles north of Syracuse, said state Transportation Department spokeswoman Diana Graser. NEW PALTZ Cameras to eye college town From shop windows displaying tie-dyed T-shirts to frizzy-haired college students ambling down Main Street, it looks like this college town never totally left the '6os. But now village officials are thinking of making a very un-Aquarian addition to downtown: four to five surveillance cameras. Some residents say they're concerned about the possible introduction of "Big Brother" to their quaint downtown, which is a stone's throw from the State University of New York at New Paltz. But local officials hope cameras will end a spate of late night scuffles and broken windows in this Hudson Valley village. "It's like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," said Mayor Thomas Nyquist. "It's a nice quiet sort of New Englandish type of community during the daytime, but from about eleven o'clock at night until four in the morning, it can be a very rowdy place." J Ti l E ASSOCIATED PRESS Death Notices Within Monroe County , INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. Boland, Vera M. (Stubenrod) A Memorial Service will be held 10a.m., Sat., May 4, 2002 at Latta Rd. Baptist Church, 2285 Latta Rd Greece, N Y. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Latta Rd. Baptist Church. Croft, David H. N. GREECE: Suddenly, April 30, 2002, David Croft, 87 in Portland, ME. He was predeceased by his wife, Bette, 1999. He is survived by his sons and daughters-in-law, James (Deborah) & Thomas (Jacqueline); his grandchildren, David, Emily, Sarah, Cynthia, Lisa, & Rebecca Croft; his sister, Helen Plane; several nieces and nephews. Friends are invited to call FRI. 2-4. 7-9 at the Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home, Inc., 735 East Ave., Hilton. Funeral Service SAT. at 1 PM at Hope Lutheran Church, 1301 Vintage Lane, Greece. Private interment, Lakeview Cemetery, Hemlock. Those wishing may contribute to Hope Lutheran Church Memorial Fund in Dave's memory. Crowder, Kazimiera "Charlotte" April 30, 2002. Survived by her husband, Arnold of 46 years; 2 daughters, Sandra and Donna Crowder; 3 sons, Jack (Stacey), David and Steven Crowder; 2 sisters, Frances (John) Bronowicki, Josephine Be-nett; 5 grandchildren. Friends may call Thursday 2-4 & 7-9 at the John J. Curran Funeral Home Inc., 535 Oxford St. Meet the family Friday at St. Boniface Church at 9:30 AM for her Funeral Mass. Entombment in Riverside Cemetery. Those who wish may contribute to the American Cancer Society or the American Diabetes Association in her memory. Curtin, Francis J. Passed away April 6, 2002 Francis Joseph Curtin was born in Rochester, NY to James Curtin and Emma Summers on March 23, 1920. He graduated from Aquinas Institute in Rochester in 1938. He joined the U.S. Navy in April, 1941 and was discharged in October, 1 945. Frank graduated from Clarkson College in Potsdam, NY in 1950. He was employed by Eastman Kodak for 31 years as an engineer until his retirement in 1 981 . Frank married Mary Jean Lester on August 28, 1 948. They have three loving children, Michael Curtin of Pacific Grove, CA; Dr. James Curtin of Woodstock, NY and Ellen Andrieu of Pittsford, NY; six grandchildren, Jessica, Nathan Halle, Devin, Je-anette and Stacie. He is also survived by his sister, Elvera Ferron; sister-in-law, Penny Curtin and many nieces and nephews. Frank belonged to the Santa Maria Elks Lodge 1538 in Santa Maria, CA, the Management Club of Eastman Kodak and the Lyons Club in NY. A Memorial Mass was held for him on Friday, March 19th at St. Mary's Church, Santa Maria, CA. Diedrich, Elizabeth L "Betty Lou" Peacefully, April 30, 2002. Betty Lou Diedrich, 64. She is survived by her devoted husband, Luther "Luke" Diedrich; her children, Betsy (Mark) Bauer, Jeffrey (Laurie) & Andrew (Gia) Diedrich; 7 grandchildren, Ar-ron & Morgan Bauer, Tyler, Jacob, Molly, Abby and Hannah Diedrich; her mother, Lucille Pfarrer; her sisters, Donna Pfarrer, Anne Hall and Mary (Tom) Tilebein; brothers and sisters-in-law, Linda (Ernie) Sanders, Mary (Dave) Schutte, Dick (Pat), Bob (Dianne) Diedrich, Carol (Larry) Strauss, David (Kathy) Diedrich, Joan Diedrich (Len-nie Palmisano); 1 aunt; many nieces, nephews cousins and friends. Predeceased by her father, William Pfarrer and father-in-law & mother-in-law, Luther and Isabel Diedrich. Betty Lou was a "Dedicated" Teacher at Hilton Central School, 1959-1994, where she touched many students' lives. Friends are invited to call FRI. 2-4 and (NOTE TIME) 6-9 at the Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home, Inc., 735 East Ave., Hilton. Funeral Service SAT. at 10:30a.m. at St. Paul Lutheian Church, Hilton. Interment Parma Union Cemetery. In lieu of flowers those wishing may make contributions to St. Paul Lutheran Church New Sanctuary Fund, S. Edelman-H. Gardner C.R.F., Box 97, Hilton 14468 or Mt. Carmel House, 4 Planet St., 14606 in Betty Lou's memory. Eckert, Jacomina J. GREECE: April 30, 2002. Predeceased by her husband, Elmer. Survived by her son, John (Judith Roggie) Eckert; daughter, Joyce (Kenneth Nelson) Eckert; sister, Je-anette (Robert) Jessup; brother, William (Noreen) Bommelje; sister-in-law, Jean Keilman; several nieces and nephews. Funeral Services and Interment will be held at the convenience of the family. Ref. Younglove-Smith & Ryan Funeral Home. i Gliem, LeRoy "Pete" ROCHESTER: April 28, 2002. Age 84. He is survived by sisters, Ruth Nowak of Fort Myers, FL., Catherine M. Thrash of Co lumbus, OH; brother, Donald J. (Monica) Gliem of Avon; several nieces & nephews. A Graveside Service will be held on Friday at 1 1 :00 AM at Oakwood Cemetery, Penfield. Please consider a charity of your choice in his memory. Arrangements, Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home. Goyette, Arleen (Braman) Age 89, died Saturday, April 27, 2002 at Jefferson Health Care Center, Lee's Summit, Missouri. She was born February 12, 1913 in East Penfield, New York. Arleen was a lifelong resident of the Rochester area. She relocated to the Kansas City in 1 986 to live with her daughter and son-in-law, Patricia and Paul Erickson. While living in Rochester, she was active in a number of organizations. She served as President of the Golden Links of Fairport and for many years volunteered her time teaching English as a member of the Literacy Volunteers group in the Greater Rochester area. She also assisted her husband, J. Leon ("Lee") Goyette, with his real estate business for over 25 years. She and her husband were married for 53 years. He preceded her in death in 1 991 . Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Patricia and Paul Erickson of Kansas City; son, J. Douglas Goyette of Tucson, Arizona; six grandchildren; one great granddaughter; and many nieces and nephews. Memorial Services will be held at Assumption of Our Lady Catholic Church in Fairport, NY at a future date to be determined. Cremains will be enurned alongside those of her beloved husband within the Columbarium at the church. Hawkins, Isabel Harper April 16, 2002. A Celebration of her life will be on Saturday. May 4. 2002 at 2p.m. at Dewey Presbyterian Church, 1261 Dewey Ave. (Seneca Pkwy ), Rev. Lynn Rubier-Capron officiating. Death Notices Within Monroe County . INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. i Hudson, Edna M. (Prinzing) April 22, 2002 of Arklow, County Wicklow, Ireland. Survived by her husband John Hudson. Predeceased by her father, John Prinzing. Survived by her mother, Helen Prinzing; sister, Patricia Prinzing RSM; brother, Thomas (Jean) Prinzing; niece, Stacey Prinzing; nephew, T. Scott Prinzing; 1 uncle, several aunts and cousins. A memorial mass will be held at St. Rita's Church, 1008 Maple Drive Webster, May 6, 7PM. Memorials may be directed to Sisters of Mercy, 1437 Blossom Rd., Rochester 14610. Jackson, John L April 29, 2002. He is survived by his wife, Joyce J. Jackson; 3 daughters, Lisa (Eugene) Bradley, Stacey (David) Sharp all of Rochester, NY and Michelle; 9 grandchildren; 1 sister, Bertha G rider; former wife, Mattie Jones; close friend, Joan Whitney all of Rochester, NY; nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Friends may call Fri., 7-9PM at the funeral home of MILLARD E. LATIMER & SON, 983 S. Plymouth Ave. Funeral Service, Sat., 12 Noon at Triedstone Missionary Baptist Church, 21 Ritz St. Pastor, Willie Randle, Officiating. Pastor, Marcellers McKnight, Eulogist. Interment, Riverside Cemetery. Jones, Thomas A. HILTON: On April 26, 2002. Survived by his children, John (Jayne) Jons, Christine (Ken) Dobson; grandchildren, Chelsea and Max-ine Dobson; brothers and sisters, Emily Piatt, Frank Jones, Margie (Morris) Stevens, Dorothy Eacock, George (Claire) Jones, Robert (Beryl) Jones; several nieces and nephews. No prior calling. Family and friends may attend his Memorial Mass on Saturday at 1:00 pm at St. Leo Catholic Church, Hilton. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Visiting Nurse Service, 2180 Empire Blvd., Webster, N.Y., 14580. Arr: Troiano Funeral Home. Joswick, Dorothy (Victoria Slowek) April 30, 2002, age 93. Predeceased by her husband, Anthony (1978). Survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Gloria and Ron Pfeiffer; granddaughters, Linda (Irv) Matties, Laurie (Leonard) Matiukas-Brunette; great granddaughter, Lisa Matiukas; sister, Adele Schum; many dear relatives. In lieu of flowers expressions of sympathy may be directed to Lollypop Farm Humane Society, 99 Victor Rd., Fairport, NY 1 4450. Friends may call at Thomas Thurs. 6-9pm. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPELS, INC. 4545 LAKE AVE. Kriedemann, Edwin 0., MD"Doc" Dr. Edwin O. Kriedemann of Pittsford, April 30, 2002 at the age. of 90 years. Father of Kathy Kriedemann Silverman of East Rochester, Carl Kriedemann of Key West, FL & Wesley Kriedemann of Freeville, NY; also survived by niece, Diane Meyers Richardson of Hornell; other nieces & nephews. "The Golddust Twins" and his second family, Emily, Dan, Tammy & Amy Caswell. Born in fonawanda, NY, moved to this area in 1940's. Practiced medicine in the greater Rochester area for over 50 years serving three generations of families as a general ' practitioner. A gifted physician who loved his vocation and the people he served. DR. Kriedemann was also a graduate of the University of Buffalo, a proud member of the East Rochester Volunteer Ambulance Corps, a former trustee of Hartwick College in Oneonta, Past Director of the Home Federal Saving & Loan, served on the Pitts ford School Board and an expert on mushrooms who acted as a consultant to Lifeline for many years. Friends may call THURSDAY 2-4, 7-9pm and FRIDAY 2-4, 7-9pm at the HARLOFF Funeral Home, 803 South Washington Street, East Rochester where Services for Doc will be held SATURDAY at 10:00am. Interment in White Haven will be at the convenience of the family. Those wishing to make contributions in Doc's memory are asked to direct them, to The East Rochester Volunteer Ambulance Corps. Miller, Virginia B. "Ginny" HAMLIN: Peacefully, April 30, 2002, Ginny Miller, 74. She is survived by her devoted husband, Kenneth M. Miller; her children, Lynda (Bob) Negelty, Douglas Miller (Nancy Baker), Melody (Craig) Lape; her grandchildren, Jon, Jeff, Matt, and Chistopher Doran, Brad, Bryan & Kate Lape; 7 great-grandchildren; her sisters, Dorothy (Harry) Butler, Cedie Part, Evelyn (Carl) Taylor; her brothers, George (Dorothy) Bancroft, Roy (Marilyn) Bancroft; sister-in-law, Sudie Bancroft; many nieces, nephews and friends. She was predeceased by her grandson, Brett and her brother, Mike Bancroft. Ginny was a Charier Member and First President of Hamlin VFW 6703, Ladies Auxiliary. Friends are invited to call THURS. (TODAY) 2-4, 7-9 at the Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home, Inc., 735 East Ave., Hilton. Funeral Service FRI., May 3rd, at 10 AM at Concordia Lutheran Church, Kendall. Interment, Lakeside Cemetery. Those wishing may contribute to Concordia Organ Fund or Lakeside Foundation in Ginnie's memory. Monroe, Virginia A. Age 86 of Elmira, NY. She was born August 15, 1915 in Elmira, daughter of the late Dr. Alvin and Maude (Williams) Monroe and passed away Monday, March 25, 2002. Virginia graduated from Syracuse University, College of Fine Arts and taught in schools in Pennsylvania and New York. She worked at Eclipse in Elmira during WW2 doing mechanical drawings. Virginia was a life member of the Art Students League of New York and following the war she did drawings of merchandise for Rochester stores and exhibited paintings in several art show. She was a member of the Horseheads First United Methodist Church. Virginia was predeceased by her brother, Judge Donald H. Monroe in 1996 and is survived by her sister-in-law, Mary Monroe; 2 nieces and 2 nephews. Christina Monroe Smith (Anthony), Donald Monroe, Jr. (Kim-beriy), Robert Monroe (Diane) and the Rev. Margaret Monroe-Cassel (John) along with 5 grandnieces. There will be no calling hours. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, May 4th at 10 AM in the chapel of the First Baptist Church in Elmira. Rev. Margaret Monroe-Cassel will officiate. Mormino, Carmela (Bovenzi) (Houser) ROCHESTER: Mon., April 29, 2002, age 85. Predeceased by parents, Nicholas & Angelina & husband, Leo Houser; brother, Vincent; sister, Mary Lucity. She is survived by husband.Joseph; 3 children, Lee N. (Mary) Houser, Dennis G. (Edna) Houser, Terry P. (Jane) Houser; 10 grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren; brother, Raymond (Dottie) Bovenzi; sister, Louise (Harlow) Hoak; brother-in-law, Edward Lucity; and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the funeral home of ALVAH HALLORAN & SON, 2125 Chili Ave. Thurs. 2-4, 7-9 where Funeral Services will be held Fri., 11am. Entombment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Lollypop Farm. Death Notices Within Monroe County - INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. Ruflin, Bernard L Monday, April 29, 2002. Predeceased by his son, Paul Bernard Ruflin. Survived by his wife, Frances; daughter, Margaret (Frederick) Batz; 2 granddaughters, April (Gerald) Hurley and Robyn Batz (fiance, Jeremy McDonald); 1 great-granddaughter, Madison Hurley; 1 brother, Gerard (Eloise) Ruflin. Bernie was an active member of the Chili Golden Agers, serving as president, and previously held other offices. Funeral Service at the convenience of the family. Interment, Grove Place Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1400 Winton Rd. N., Rochester 14609. Sanes, Betty L A April 30, 2002. Survived by her V V sister & brother-in-law, Thelma & Jerome Cohn. Funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family. Friends wishing may contribute to Congregation Beth Sholom in her memory. Arrangements: Parsky Funeral Home. Scott, Richard "Magoo" April 27, 2002. He is survived by his wife, Katherine Scott; 4 children, Richard Jr., Rodney, Renee and Kada; 23 grandchildren; 3 sisters, Annette Jackson, Jeannette Parker and Rosalee Howard; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. Service Saturday 12 Noon, God's Cornerstone Church, 765 E. Main St. Interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery. Friends may call Friday 2-4 and 7-9 PM at Hall Funeral Home, 712 W. Main St. Vickers, Kiandra April 26, 2002. Infant daughter of Kenneth Vickers and Tawana Canty; also survived by grandparents and other relatives. Calling hour Friday 12:00 Noon-1:00 P.M. Followed Immediately by the Funeral Service at Metropolitan Funeral Chapels, 109 West Ave. Rev. Dwight Cook, Officiating. Interment, Riverside, Cemetery. Death Notices Outside Monroe County m INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. Hoffman, Marie M. Of Fillmore, N.Y. formerly of Spencerport Apr. 30, 2002. Wife of Jacob J. (Jake) Hoffman; mother of the late James (Gail) Hoffman of Fillmore; grandmother of Jeffrey S. Hoffman (Michelle Jennings) of Attica; sister of Glenn (Elnora) Potter of Wyalusing, PA; Joan (Robert) Jayne of Safety Harbor, FL., Betty (Ray) Fowler of Endicott; sister-in-law of Frances Potter of Binghampton; brother-in-law, Harold Northrup of VA. Survived by several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by two brothers, Clifford Potter & Gerald Potter; one sister, Doris Northrup. Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 THURS., 12:00 to 1:00 PM on Fri. at Kopler-Williams Funeral Home, Fillmore, NY, followed by funeral service at 1 :00 PM, May 3, 2002 in the funeral home. Burial-Pine Grove Cemetery, Fillmore. Memorials to Fillmore Rescue Squad or Hume United Methodist Church. Coykendall, Doris J. HEMLOCK: April 30, 2002. At age 96. Predeceased by husband, Kenneth; sons, Larry and Mel; grandson, Andrew. Survived by daughters-in-law, Edna Coykendall of Hemlock, Joyce Coykendall of FL.; 6 grandchildren, Rob (Heidi) Coykendall of FL, Kimber-ly (Pete) White of MA, Ken (Terry) Coykendall of Rochester, K.C. Coykendall of Rochester, Karen (Jerry) Sayer of Cone-sus, Rhonda Coykendall of Hemlock; 15 great-grandchildren; several nieces & nephews. Friends may call Thursday 7-9, Friday 2-4, 7-9 at THE KEVIN W. DOUGHERTY FUNERAL HOME, INC., Route 15, Livonia, where Services will be held Saturday 11a.m. Burial Mumford Rural Cemetery. Memorials to the Hemlock Methodist Church or the Teresa House, 2100 Highland Road, Geneseo, N.Y. 14454. Fitzgerald, Mary E. LEROY: 4222002. Mary E. Fitzgerald, formerly of LeRny passed away at home in Columbus Ohio on April 22nd. She was born on March 16th, 1922 in Ithaca, NY to the late William P. & Sarah Fitzgerald. Mary was a graduate of St. Peter's & LeRoy High School. She attended Nazareth College, and was a graduate of Ohio State University. She taught music in Southwestern City Schools for 36 years, and was an organist at St. Francis of Assisi Church for 46 years. She is survived by cousins, Sheila (Gerald) Henry of Rochester, Mary Barg of Rochester, Joan (James) Orman of Avon, Patricia Bishop of Geneseo, and John Hol-thaus of LeRoy. Friends may attend a Graveside Service on Friday, May 3rd at 10AM at St. Francis Cemetery on Exchange St. in LeRoy. Arrangements: Cameron Brady & Steuber Funeral Home, LeRoy, NY. Van Houten, Ralph R. Sr. LIMA: Died on May 1 , 2002 at age 63. He is survived by his daughter, Rhoda Barkey of VT; son and daughter-in-law, Ralph R. (Cathleen) Van Houten Jr. of Lima; 4 grandchildren, Gregory, Erik, Meghan Van Houten, Alexander Barkey; several nieces and nephews. Friends are invited to call Thursday 7-9, Friday 2-4, 7-9 at the O'Connell-Dougherty Funeral Home, 2041 Lake Ave., Lima, where his Funeral Service will be held at a time to be announced. Interment Pine Hill Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Lima Volunteer Ambulance or the American Heart Association in his memory. In Memoriam . MacBride, Kenneth R. 50202 It's been five long years that you have been away with God. We still miss you very much and always will. Mom, Sister and the rest of the Family. Malhoit, Doris M 62625-512001 Memere, It's been a year since you went home. We think of you everyday. We miss you. Love you, Chum, Linda, John, Allyson & Kaitlyn Snead, James C. May 2, 2988 The tide recedes but leaves behind bright seashells on the sand, the sun goes down but gentle warmth still lingers on the land, the music stops, and yet it echoes on in sweet refrains... for every joy that passes, something beautiful remains. Love wife, daughter and family Card of Thanks Taylor, Edward The family of Edward Taylor would like to thank everyone for their kindness during our time of bereavement. The Taylor Family. II,

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