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Van Buren, John P. DKMOCKAT ANT) CHRONICLE 2B TlTNDAY, (L I Id. 2002 Boughter, Dr. Richard Lee, M.D. Pataki sets torrid pace for political fund-raising More, William T.

July 14, 2002. Predeceased by his first wife, Anne, son, William G. More. He is survived by his beloved wife, Margaret Foreman More; beloved daughter, Barbara (David) Ackroyd; 6 grandchildren, Beth (Gary) La Pietra, Jeffrey (Lisa) Ackroyd, Ellyn (Joseph) La Pietra, Karen (David) Levy, Kevin (Christine) More, Leesa Foreman; 9 great-grandchildren; 2 sisters, Florence Metz Lois Clark; brothers-in-law, Richard (Jane) William (Audrey) Brayley, Conrad Homing; also nieces nephews. William was a Farrell Corp.

retiree. Friends are invited to attend his Memorial Service Sunday (July 21 st) at 2 PM at Mt. Rise United Church of Christ (2 Mt. Rise, Fairport). Memorial contributions in lieu of flowers may be sent to the Humane Society at Lollypop Farm (99 Victor Fairport NY 14450).

Crawford Funeral Heme 482-0400 ALBANY BUREAU YANCEY ROY ALBANY Gov. George Pataki on Monday posted his most successful six months of stockpiling campaign money ever, all but assuring the 2002 governor's race will go down as the most expensive in New York history. Pataki, a Republican running for a third term, raised $12.8 million between Jan. 12 and July 11, according to reports his campaign filed with the state. That's six times the amount raised by state Comptroller H.

Carl McCall, a Democrat, and four times the figure for another Democrat, former federal Housing Secretary Andrew Cuomo. That means Pataki has raised nearly $34 million overall and spent $10.1 million in a contest not close to the home stretch. SEARCHING FOR CLUES ,.1 BURR LEWIS staff photographer Rochester police officers work the scene of a shooting early Monday morning at the corner of Seneca Avenue and Nester Street. Police Sgt. Cheryl Franks said police discovered-Andre Johnson, 22, in a car outside 126 Seneca Ave.

about 2 a.m. He had been shot several times in the neck. Johnson was taken to Rochester General Hospital, where he was in critical but stable condition, Franks said. PITTSFORD: John Paul Van Buren died Sunday, July 14, 2002 at after a long illness. He was at home with his wife and family.

Born November 15, 1923, the son of Ruby Merklinger and Eugene Roland Galvin, he was husband of Ruth Van Buren for 50 years and a life long resident of Monroe County. After graduating from West High School he attended Syracuse Univeristy, Class of 1950 earning a degree in Journalism. A true Orangeman and member of the Golf Team he was an avid fan of both SU basketball and football. While at Syracuse he wrote for the school newspaper at the time Rod Serling was editor. During WWII he served in the U.S.

Navy as a communications specialist on the USS Babcock, a liberty ship, in the Atlantic. John worked for many years for the Gannett News Service and became the Science Medical Editor for the Democrat and ChronicleTimes Union. His storeis ranged from coverage of early space flights at Cape Canaveral to heart transplants. He left the paper in 1968 to become Information Officer for the Monroe County Health Department, where he stayed until retiring in 1 990. He is survived by his beloved wife, Ruth Van Buren; daughter, Carol Van Buren; son, John Van Buren and wife, Cindy, Robert Van Buren and wife, Cathy; and brother, Edward Van Buren; along with grandchildren, Lindsay Julie Van Buren and Denille Matthew Van Buren.

A Memorial Service will be announced at a later date. Arr: Troiano Funeral Home. Weaver, Paul W. II 3, 1982-July 12, 2002. Predeceased by his brother, Michael Nolte.

Survived by his parents, Paul (Anne) Weaver; brother, James C. (Dulcey) Nolte; grandmother, Anna May Donahue; nieces, Crystal and Paige Nolte; nephew, Michael Nolte; also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends, Brian, Shawn and Kevin; beloved dog. Eve. Family and friends may call on TODAY 2-4, 7-9 P.M. at New Comer Family Funeral Home, 2636 Ridgeway Ave.

(West-side Chapel), where his Funeral Service will be on WEDNESDAY at 10 A.M. Interment at Lakeview Cemetery in Brockport. Zegarelli, Domenico Died July 14, 2002 at age 80. Predeceased by his grandson, Jamie Zegarelli; 2 sisters, Giovannina Petronio, Anna Maria DiGior-gio; brother, Lorenzo Zegarelli. He is survived by his wife, Assunta Zegarelli; children, Mary (Christopher) Dye, Cathy (John) Pilskalns, Angelo (Eileen) Zegarelli, Susan (Brian) Nudd; grandchildren, Adam and Bethany Dye, Daniel, Ryan and Kristen Zegarelli, Joseph Nudd; brothers, Vincenzo (Antonia), Girardo (Antonia), Mario (Elisa) Zegarelli; sisters, Antonetta (Mario) DiGior-gio, Teresa Thomas; brothers-in-law, Eras-mo DiGiorgio, Antonio Petronio, Mambrino (Silvia) Zegarelli; sisters-in-law, Antonia Zegarelli and I Ida Graniero; several nieces, nephews and many friends.

Friends may call Tuesday evening 6-8PM at Schauman-Sulewski Funeral Home, 1717 Portland Avenue. Family and friends will gather Wednesday morning 9:30 at Christ the King Church for his Funeral Mass. Entombment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy may be sent in his memory to the Hospice Unit at Rochester General Hospital. Death Notices Outside Monroe County INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER.

Andolina, Anthony J. (Tony) MT. MORRIS: Formerly of 726 King Street, Olean, NY and Scottsville, died Sunday, July 14, 2002 in the Cuba Memorial Hospital Skilled Nursing Facility. Born October 9, 1918 in Mt. Morris, NY, he was the son of the late John and Man Nancy Andolina.

On August 30, 1 941 in Mt. Morris he married the former Carolyn F. Peraino, who died May 4, 1974. He was a Staff Sgt. Veteran of World War II, serving in the 750th Tank Battalion and participated in battles in the Ardennes, Central Europe and Rhineland during the Battle of the Bulge.

Later while stationed in Germany he was selected one of the courtroom guards serving at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trail. Mr. Andolina worked as a punch press operator at Rochester Products, Div. of General Motors until his retirement in 1983. Surviving are a daughter, Janet (Donald) Haskins of Olean, NY; a brother, Frank (Rose) Andolina of Perry, NY; and 4 sisters, Ann Fusco of Olean, Hose Leone of Rochester, Ida Pellicane of Mt.

Morris, and Margaret Sevcik of Wellsville, NY; and a stepson, Todd Richardson of Scottsville, NY; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents and wife, he was predeceased by a son, John Andolina; 2 sisters, Mary Andolina, Francis Scorsone and 2 brothers, Michael Andolina and Antonio Andolina. Friends may call Wednesday 2-4, 7-9 at the JOHN W. MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, 37 Chapel Street, Mt. Morris.

Prayers will be said 9am Thursday followed by his Funeral Mass at St. Patrick's Church 9:30. Burial St. Patricks Cemetery. Memorials may be made to: Alzheimer's of WNY, 1284 French Road, Depew, NY 14043 or VFW Chili Memorial Post No.

412, 412 Ballantyne Road, Chili, NY 14546. Taylor, Madalene E. PORT GIBSON: Age 79. Passed away July 15, 2002. She is survived by her daughters son-in-law, Jacqueline Davis of Rochester Jeannette Thomas Delmar of Weedsport; grandchildren, Larry his fiancee Michelle; Shawn (Joe) Hoyt, Kelly (Tim) Wheeler, Arin (Rob) Elia Todd Del-mar; two great granddaughters, Alissa Tia; brother Kenneth (Lucy) Winslow of Tully; several nieces nephews.

Mrs. Taylor was predeceased by her husband, Jesse in 1 980 and her son-in-law Steven Davis on March 31, 2001. Family friends may call WED. (July 17) from 2-4 7-9 at the Norman L. Waterman Funeral Home, Inc.

124 W. Miller Newark. A Funeral Service will be THURS. (July 18) at 11 a m. at the funeral home.

Burial will be at Port Gibson Cemetery at the convenience of the family. A memorial remembrance may be made to the Port Gibson United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 243, Port Gibson, 14537. Visit Crumb, Robert A. Sr.

SAVANNAH: Age 81. Died on July 15, 2002 in Syracuse. His wife Ethel predeceased him in 1 987. He is survived bv his lov ing family and friends. Friends may call Thursday 2-4 7-9 at the Colvin-Norton Funeral Home in Savannah, where Funeral Services will be held Friday 1 1 Interment in the Butler-Savannah Cemetery.

In Memoriam Newman, Paula J. (Punky) (Redneck) 111978-71601 Love you fuiover and always. Dad, Mom, Cityslicke ai your little girl, Lucy. Pcta, Camuel V. I love you a bushel and a peck, a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck.

Missing you on your birthday. Love. Debbie SPENCERPORT: Saturday July 13, 2002 at age 74. He is survived by his wife of 50 years Peqgy Boughter; his children Lee (Parti) Boughter, Gary (Sheryl) Boughter and Laurie S. Boughter; grandchildren Colin and Brooke Boughter; sisters-in-law Alice (Lou) Major and Andi (Charlie) Ray; brother-in-law Gordon Chambers; several nieces and nephews.

He was a member of the American Medical Association, Spencerport School Physician for 41 years, a member of the Spencerport Lions Club and was a veteran of the U.S. Army. Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service Wednesday evening at 7:00 PM at the First Congregational UCC (The White Church) 65 Church St. Spencerport. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or to GRHC Hospice in his memory.

Reference: Walker Brothers Co. Funeral Home Inc. Caban, Jesus July 14, 2002. Survived by brothers, Anas-tacio Ramon Caban; 2 sisters in Puerto Rico; many nieces, nephews and friends. Calling Tues.

7-9 at Falvo Funeral Home, 1395 N. Goodman St. Prayer Service Wed. 10a.m. in the Funeral Home.

Interment Riverside Cemetery. Campbell, Virginia S. July 15, 2002. Predeceased by her husband, Lucius Campbell. Survived by her children, Sally (Kenneth) Hook, Ronald (Gloria) Campbell; grandchildren, Ronald Kathleen (Aaron) Myers, Paul (Catherine) Campbell; great-granddaughter, Mad-dison Campbell.

Services and Interment at the family's convenience in Grove Place Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy may be directed to the Al Sigl Center, 1000 Elmwood 14620 in her memory. JAMES R. GRAY FUNERAL HOME Cappa, Patrick WILLIAMSVILLE: July 14, 2002. Predeceased by his wife Anne Saporito Cappa.

Survived by his sons, Dominic (Joan) Cappa, Patrick R. (Kathy) Cappa; several Nieces and Nephews. For informationabout Patrick visit www.aliferemembered. com BARTOLOMEO PEROTTO Funeral Home, 1411 Vintage Lane (Between 390 Long Pond Pat's visitation will be Wednesday 2-4 7-9. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated Thursday 9:30 AM at St.

John the Evangelist Church (Ridge Rd. West). Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to American Cancer Society, 1400 N. Winton Rochester, New York 14609 in Pat's memory.

Cousins, Therese Michelle July 15, 2002. Age 45. She passed away after a long illness since birth. Predeceased by her father Charles R. Cousins.

Survived by her mother, Ethelyne P. Cousins; brothers, Charles (Donna), Wendell (Cheryl) and Daniel (Margaret); many dear relatives and friends. Therese was involved in Special Olympics ARC and Ballantyne Day Treatment Program, Cerebral Palsy, she enjoyed going to Camp Joy and Camp Haccamo. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent in her memory to Cerebral Palsy Kidney Foundation, Camp Joy or Rotary Foundation. Friends may call at Thomas Wednesday 2-4 7-9 PM.

Memorial to be held in Watertown. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL INC. 4545 LAKE AVENUE Davis, James "Peoples" July 13, 2002 after a long illness. Predeceased by wife, Cathy; son, James Jr. Survived by 3 daughters, Shekeila Wilson, Tara Wilson and Tellie (Shaun) Harper; 6 grandchildren, Najee, Tyrese, Shaun Shayla, Semaj and Malcolm; mother, Fannie M.

Davis; step-father, Fred Boyde; 3 brothers, Howard, Henderson Jr. (Marcel) and Tony (Jeanette) Davis; 3 sisters, Buelah (Willie) Dennis, Alice and Joanne Davis and Je-anetta (Earl) Buggs, all of Rochester; several uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Friends may call Wednesday, 7-9 PM at the funeral home of MILLARD E. LATIMER ft SON, 983 S. Plymouth Ave.

Funeral Service, Thursday, 12 Noon, Latimer Chapel, Pastor Keith Allen, Officiating. Interment, Riverside Cemetery. Dibble, Lillian C. BHOCKPOHT: On Saturday, July 13, 2002. She is survived by her children, David (Nancy), Patricia (Michael) Labarge, Raymond and Timothy (Alice); 7 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild; her mother, Claira Judd; her sisters, Marilyn (Lynn) Schleede and Mary (Jim) Messer; several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Friends may call Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 at the Fowler Funeral Home, 340 West Avenue, Brockport where a Funeral Senice will be held on Wednesday at 11 a.m. Interment, Lakeview Cemetery. Gray, Juanita On July 1 1 2002 at age 75. She is predeceased by her sister, Doris Wunsch. Survived by her sisters, Mary Sherman, Colleen Hough, and Betty Whitenack; also several nieces and nephews.

Juanita retired from Eastman Kodak Co. after 35 years and was a Sgt. in the US Marine stationed in CA. Friends are invited to call at Miller Funeral Homes, 3325 Winton Rd. South on Wednesday from 5-7 PM where at 7 PM her Funeral Service will be held in the Interfaith Chapel in Miller's.

Interment, Riverside Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, friends may contribute to the American Cancer Society in her memory. Mantisi, Antonino "Nino" July 14, 2002 at age 73. Predeceased by his parents, Giuseppe and Calogera. He is survived by his loving wife of 40 years, Teresa Mantisi; sons, Giuseppe (John Rob-bins) Mantisi, Domenico (Patricia) Mantisi; granddaughter, Alyse; brothers and sisters, Michele (Alfonsina) Mantisi of Italy, Joseph (Phyllis) Mantisi, Vincenzo Mantisi.

Vincen-za (Vincenzo) Saeva, Fransecso (Eleanora) Mantisi; sister-in-law, Domenica Mantisi; many other brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews. Friends may call TUESDAY ONLY 2-4 7-9 PM at the DiPonzio Funeral Home, 219 Spencerport Gates. Funeral Services Wednesday morning at 8:45. Funeral Mass at 9:30 in St. Theodore's Church.

Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. McTammany, Theresa H. (Hallatt) Monday. July 15, 2002. She is survived by her husband, John "Jack" McTammany; sons, John Jr (Cindy) and James "Jim" McTammany: daughter, Eileen (Connie Cramer) McTammany; brothers, Arthur (Irene) of Cape Vincent and Francis "Frank" (Joyce) Hallatt; sister, Jeanne Hallatt of Cape Vincent; grandchildren, Kellie, Jamie, Michael, Patrick, and Colleen McTammany, Lori Lynn Cramer; many nieces nephews and cousins.

Friends may call Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the Vay-Schleich Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 LONG POND ROAD. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Thursday at 11 clock at St. John the Evangelist Church (Ridge Rd. West). Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, friends may make contributions to the American Diabetes or the Muscular Dystrophy Assoc. in her memory. With four months still to go before Election Day, Pataki is sitting on $23.3 million in the bank. By contrast, he spent less than that, $20 million, on his entire 1998 campaign. Cuomo has $6.4 million in his campaign chest; McCall $5.6 million.

The two face each other in a Sept. 10 primary to determine who takes on Pataki. The governor isn't the only candidate on a pace to spend big. Rochester billionaire B. Thomas Golisano has deposited $50 million of his own fortune into his campaign chest and plans to launch a "heavy radio and TV presence" by the weekend, an aide said.

Golisano is trying to gain the nomination of two minor parties, the Conservative and Independence, whom Pataki is also courting. Golisano has run twice before about 2 p.m., Smith said. Wayne County sheriff's divers, who had been practicing at the Coast Guard station in Sodus Point, also were dispatched. The search went on until about 9 p.m. No other details were available.

Pair hospitalized after boat crash Two Rochester men remained hospitalized Monday after their boat slammed into a pier at the mouth of the Genesee River on Saturday night. Cletus J. Prince, who was driving the boat, was in guarded condition at Rochester General Hospital. Passenger Joseph Hut-son was in stable condition. The boat was headed west at high speed when it struck the east side of the Summerville pier at 10:30 p.m.

Saturday. The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is still investigating. Ex-prison officer sent to prison ALBION A former prison corrections officer convicted of having sex with an inmate and impregnating her was sentenced to one to three years in state prison for third-degree rape. Dean Schmidt, 45, worked at the Albion Correctional Facility. The inmate later had an abortion, said Orleans County District Attorney Joseph Cardone.

Schmidt apologized for his actions. Schmidt, of Clarence, Erie County, was also sentenced Friday in Orleans County Court to one year for official misconduct. Red Cross sends 2 more to Texas The Greater Rochester Chapter of the American Red Cross is sending two more volunteers to Texas to tTelp with flooding" problems there, bringing the to tal number of Rochester volunteers to five. Norma Clement of Chili and Richard King of Webster are flying out of Rochester today. They will help to ensure that everyone affected by the flooding is receiving immediate relief.

Salmonella cases may have ended The wave of salmonella cases tied to Brook-Lea Country Club appears to have crested. rlJvilU on the Independence line; his best showing was 8 percent in 1998. But he's promising a more aggressive campaign this time, said Golisano spokesman Erick Mullen. "We'll spend all of this," said Mullen, referring to the $50 million deposit. So far Golisano has spent about $2 million, about half on obtaining petition signatures for the primaries.

This contest will eclipse the record $40 million gubernatorial candidates combined to spend four years ago, said Marist College pollster Lee Miringoff. Pataki, who has set records of campaign spending every time he's run for governor, easily surpassed his previous record for a six-month period, $8.7 million, set in the first half of 2001. E-mail address: Yanceyroy a The Monroe County Health Department has found 94 cases of the food-borne illness that came from the club on Pixley Road in Gates. But that number has not changed since a week ago, indicating that new infections are unlikely, Director Dr. Andrew Doniger said Monday.

"We're obviously hopeful this is the end of the outbreak." The Brook-Lea kitchen was closed but has since reopened. There was a risk of secondary exposures, which would have come from people catching the disease from other infected individuals. But the Health Department has not seen any such cases, Doniger said, a COURT DOCKET The following people were sentenced in county and state Supreme courts. The address given is listed in court records as the address given at the time of arrest. Aaron Normoyle, 20, of 57 South Lake Road, Bergen, Genesee County: six months in jail, five years' probation and restitution after pleading guilty to third-degree burglary; by Monroe County Court Judge Charles T.

Maloy. Lvonne Bergeron, 43, of 1616 N. Clinton Apt. 111: five years' probation and driver's license revoked after pleading guilty to third-degree burglary; by Monroe County Court Judge Charles T. Maloy.

Death Notices Within Monroe County INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS.NEWSPAPER. Adams, Elizabeth J. "Betty" (LeVan) July 14, 2002. Age 90. Predeceased by her husband, William.

Beloved aunt of Mary Ellen (David) DeHeu; great aunt of ohnsto- pher (April) Thompson; great-great aunt of Amanda and Jordyn Thompson; sister-in- law of Charles Adams. Betty was a Charter Member of Waring Baptist Church and past treasurer of Fairport Yacht Club. Friends may call 2-4 ft 7-0 PM at the Dierna Funeral Home, 2309 Culver Rd. (near Norton). Her Funeral Service will be celebrated Thursday 10:30 AM at Waring Baptist Church.

Interment at the convenience of the family -at Irondequort Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be directed to the Waring Baptist Church or the Humane Society at Lollypop Farm. Bearden, Billy Formerly of Brooks Ave. On July 1 1 2002 at the age of 38. Billy is survived by wife, Anifa; 5 children; 1 grandchild; mother, Dina; 2 sisters.

Family and friends are welcome to attend Services on July 17, 2002 at at St. Francis Xavier Church. 34 Theresa St. Myers, James R. June 26, 2002, age 70.

He is survived by his wife of 46 Janet; two daughters, Donna (Daniel) Metherell and Diane (David) Lane; grandchildren, Chelsea Lauren Metherell; one brother, Robert (Helene) Myers; two sisters, Patricia (Richard) VanZandt, and Nancy (Judd) Sherman; a sister-in-law, June (Vernon) Tryon, many nieces nephews. A Memorial Service will be held July 20th at 1 PM at Ogden Presbyterian Church, 2400 S. Union Spencerport, NY. Memorial Contributions may be directed to St. John's Chapel Endowment Fund (Restricted), 1213 Hudson Cambridge, 21 61 3 or the J.B.

Richardson Foundation (Boat Works), PO Box 1198 Cambridge, MD 21613. Pennella, Nicholas "Nick" Passed away in CA. on July 14, 2002. He leaves his wife. Mary; children, Ralph, Dick, Nicholas, Jimmy and Nancy Pennella; and several grandchildren; brother, Richard Pennella; sisters, Mary (John), Lillian (Joe) and Rose (Pat); several nieces, nephews.

Memorial Mass will be held at a later date. Ramos, Raul July 14, 2002. Survived by 2 children, Candy and Raul Ramos 3 brothers, Jose, Abraham, and Vincinte; 4 sisters, Catalina, Francesca, Aracelis, and Lucy; 2 grandchildren; uncles, aunts, other relatives. Calling hours Wednesday 6-9 at the Gregory Sears Funeral Home, 890 North Plymouth where Funeral Services will be held on Thursday at 1 1 AM. Sawdey, Robert E.

Formerly of Karnes St. On July 14, 2002 at age 76. Bob was a WWII Veteran. Serving in the U.S. Army.

He is survived by his wife, Junanne; 1 daughter; 7 step-children; 17 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great-grandchild. Bob was very active with V.F.W. and the German Community. Family and friends are welcome to attend Services on July 17, 2002 at 1 1 :30a.m. at St.

Francis Xavier Church, 34 Theresa St. Scott, Julia Mae July 14, 2002. Survived by 2 sons, Robert (Ruth) Scott and Eddie Moore; 1 daughter, Jennifer (John) Turner; 1 brother, Andrew Wiley of Lavonia, GA; 3 sisters, Lena Maxwell, Detroit, Ml, Mattie Hancock of Lavonia, and Henrietta Wiley of Hartwell, 13 grandchildren; other relatives and friends. Calling hours Wednesday 7-9 PM at Metropolitan Funeral Chapels 109 West Ave. Funeral Services Thursday 1 1 :00 AM at Greater Bethlehem Pentecostal Church, 40 Favor St.

Bishop Samuel Rumph, Officiating. Interment Riverside Cemetery. Smith, Vernon July 15, 2002. Survived by his wife, Betty Smith; daughters, Roxann Reese, Colleen (Ron DiChario) Heisinger; beloved granddaughter, Danielle Riccardi; good friend, Frank Hopkins. Vernon was a proud Army Air Force Veteran of World War II, African Campaign.

He will be sadly missed, but not forgotten. Family and friends may call on WEDNESDAY, 3-6 P. M. at New Comer Family Funeral Home, 2636 Ridgeway Ave. (Westside Chapel).

Vernon's Memorial Mass will be on THURSDAY 9 A. M. at Our Mother of Sorrows Church, 5000 Mt. Read. Interment to be private.

Standing, David M. HILTON: July 14, 2002 at age 41. David is survived by his wife, Amy (Jensen); children, David, Christopher, Brian; his parents, Charles Carol Standing; brother, Robert C. Standing; sister, Barbara Jensen; special aunt and uncle, Janice (Alfred) Standing; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Friends are invited to call 2-4 7-9 PM at the Thomas E.

Burger Funeral Home, 735 East Hilton. David's Funeral Service will be held Thursday 1 0:30 AM at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 158 East Hilton. Interment, Parma-Union Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St.

Paul New Sanctuary Fund or Golisano Children's Hospital. Stanton, George H. Saturday, July 13, 2002. Age 87. Predeceased by his wife, Joan.

Mr. Stanton is survived by many nieces, nephews and great rfieces and nephews. Services and interment will be held in private. Arrangements: Paul W. Harris Funeral Home.

Stata, Darwin Age 88, of Rochester, NY, passed away Saturday, July 1 3, 2002. He is survived by his wife, Janet; three sons, William (Jane), Robert (Claudia) of Rochester, Barry (Cindy) of Roanoke, VA; seven grandchildren. He served in WWII for five years in the Royal Canadian Air Force. He was organist and choir director at St. Thomas the Apostle in Irondequoit and St.

Paul's Episcopal Church in Holley, NY, and a 50-year member of the American Guild of Organists. He worked for Bausch Lomb, was a member of Social Lodge in Kendall, NY, and was a 50-year member of the Masonic Order. Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service at St. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH (2000 Highland 14618) at 10:00 AM on Thursday, July 18. 2002.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Rochester (70 Metro 14623) in his memory. Crawford Funeral Home 482-0400 Steege, Shirley On July 10, 2002. Predeceased by husband, Roger; Survived by brother, George S. Kubitz; cousins. Roy Kubitz, Doris Wallace and Jean Ingham; several nieces and nephews.

A Memorial Service will be held at John Knox Presbyterian Church, 3233 W. Ridge Road on Wed July 17th. 2002 at 10AM. A.M. DIGEST Officers seeking robber of bank An armed man robbed a Pitts-ford bank shortly before it opened Monday morning.

Two employees of the Savannah Bank at 3140 Monroe Ave. told Monroe County sheriff's deputies they were in a vault shortly before 9 a.m., preparing for the day, when they heard a rear glass door breaking. Moments later they were confronted in the vault by a masked man armed with a sawed-off long gun and what appeared to be an electric stun gun, said Bob Nolan, spokesman for the Monroe County Sheriff's Office. The man demanded and received an unspecified amount of cash, locked the employees in the vault and fled through the door he used to enter the bank. A witness spotted the man scaling a fence to the north of the bank to the grounds of Oak Hill Country Club, Nolan said.

Anyone with information on the robbery should call 911. Man badly hurt in gasoline fire PENN YAN A Yates County man remained hospitalized Monday from burns he received when gasoline he had been using to light a brush fire exploded in his face. The accident happened about 9:15 p.m. Sunday at the home of Richard A. Rodas, 25, of 818 Anthony Road, Penn Yan.

Rodas suffered first- and second-degree burns to 95 percent of his body, said Yates County sheriff's deputies. Rodas was flown by Mercy Flight Central helicopter to Strong Memorial Hospital, where he was in guarded condition in the intensive care unit Monday evening. Rescuers search for lake diver Wayne County sheriff's divers searched Lake Ontario unsuccessfully for a missing diver Monday. The search was near West Port Road in Wolcott. A man who had been diving recreation-ally disappeared about half a mile northeast of the entrance to Port Bay, said Coast Guard Petty Officer George Smith.

The Coast Guard was called.

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