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2 B SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2004 DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE P WHIIIWWM 1 Death Notices Death Notices Death Notices Death Notices Within Monroe County . INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. Within Monroe County , INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. Within Monroe County , INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. Outside Monroe County , INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. WIT - J -IV. i Courtesy of Terry Smith This photo was taken in Penfield at Allen's Creek in 1913 of members of the Burrows and Crump families. Photo FROM PAGE IB when the family was enjoying its annual summer vacation in Pen-field beside the creek. The vacation spot on the Burrows homestead property was only a few miles from the family home in Pittsford, but it seemed like another world, Virginia suggests. "It was beautiful," she says. "We just had a great big tent, and we slept in it. And my brother and I played in the creek. We played on the stones." Virginia's father commuted from Pittsford, where he ran Crump and Willsie hardware at Four Corners. Carolyn had the idea of re-creating the photo. She and Terry live near the original Burrows homestead, which is not owned by anyone in the family, and Allen's Creek flows through their back yard. And their fairly far-flung family gathers every summer, so it seemed about time to go down to the creek. "I'm hoping generations to come will appreciate (the new picture) the way we appreciated the one from the 1900s," Carolyn says. In the new picture, Virginia and Stanley sit on the bank. Before them are three generations of their extended families. About Connections Connections by Senior Editor Jim Memmott tells the stories of Rochester-area people every Saturday. Write or e-mail him with story suggestions. The creek was high, thanks to our rainy summer, so people aren't very far out into the water, though Carolyn is sitting on a rock and Terry is standing in water above his knees. Thanks to Photoshop software, Terry, who is retired from Eastman Kodak Co., was able to take the picture and be in the picture. First he shot the group minus himself. Then he had a picture taken of himself standing in the water. The two pictures were pieced together on the computer. The new picture is in color, and the people look more like summer vacationers than those in the 1913 picture. And they all look proud, happy to be there. The burden of explaining the picture in 2095 may fall to Sophia Gonzalez. Two years old, she's the only child in the picture. She's sitting on her aunt Danielle Parmelee's lap, and like most of the children in the earlier picture, she looks directly at the camera as it captures a moment in her family's life, a moment that will mean more and more as time flows by. Biddle, John W. Entered into rest at his home in Williamson on September 30, 2004, in his 73rd year, formerly of Gates. A Bausch & Lomb retiree. Survived by his loving and devoted children: son and daughter-in-law, Graham & Susan Biddle of Ontario; daughter, Deborah Dentino of Orlando, FL; 6 grandchildren; 1 great-grandson; sister, Julia (Robert) Culligan of Churchville; sister-in-law, Pauline (John) Gow of Canada; nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his beloved wife, Joan Biddle and daughter, Susan Wells. Family and friends are invited to call Sunday evening 6-8 at the Young Funeral Home, 4025 West Main St., Williamson where a Service will be held Monday morning at 1 1 AM. Private interment, Lake View Cemetery, Pultneyville. Courtesy of no flowers. Expressions of sympathy may be directed in his memory to the Parkinson's Disease Center, PO Box 673601, Elmwood Ave., Rochester, NY 14642. Bracken, Richard M. "Richie" Known as Mayor of Charlotte Suddenly, September 29, 2004. Predeceased by his parents, Dorothy F. and James Bracken Sr.; brother, Paul. Survived by his sisters and brothers, Rosemary (George) Pringle, James Jr. (Alice) Martin, Margaret (Mark) Cutler, John Bracken, Elizabeth and Dorothy Anne and Theresa Bracken; nieces and nephews, Valerie (Frank and Heather) Holberton, Maria Cutler, Jamie, Joshua, Tim, Morgan Bracken, Mario, Joshua and Gabriel; many dear relatives and numerous friends. Richie was a special father figure to Marcello Rosa. Richie was a longtime chef in the Charlotte area and currently employed by Cava Cori's Restaurant. Richie will be missed by all who loved and knew him. Once you met this man you could never forget him, his generosity, love, loyalty and friendship will always be cherished. When you stroll down Charlotte Beach, think of Richie and smile. The family wishes expressions of sympathy be sent to Parkinson Disease Research Fund, U of R co Beverly Olsen, 1354 Mt. Hope Ave., Ste. 216, 14620 in their mother Dorothy's memory. Friends may call at Thomas Sunday 2-4 & 7-9. Funeral Mass, Holy Cross Church, Monday 1 1:00 AM. Burial will be held at St. John Cemetery at the family's convenience. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL, INC. 454S LAKE AVENUE w Durrant, Evelene (Evelyn) (Mary Agnes) (Frazier) FAIRPORT: Aug. 12, 1919 - Sept. 27, 2004. Predeceased by her husband, Ralph Everett Durrant on September 27, 1973; 7 brothers, Malcolm, John, Earl, Ernest, Raymond, Thomas & Richard James; and 1 sister, Marie. She is survived by 2 daughters, Patricia Durrant Schuller of Boulder, CO, and Jeanne Durrant of Fairport; 4 grandchildren and their families: grandson, Frank Schuller Jr., wife Liberty and great-grandson Josef of Colorado Springs, CO, grandson Michael Schuller, wife Lynda and great-granddaughters Michelle and Kathryn of Boulder, CO, grandson John Schuller of Silverthorne, CO, granddaughter Theresa Schuller, great-granddaughter Samantha Schuller and great-grandson, David Carskie of Bailey, CO. Evelyn's hobbies included gardening, cooking, baking and playing cards. She was an avid horse racing fan, and a Campfire Girls leader, but her primary focus was her family... her husband, children, grandchildren, and their families. She was a member of Church of the Assumption of Our Lady Catholic Church and a resident of the Fairport Baptist Homes for over 2 years. Friends may call on Friday, from 6 - 8:30 PM at DAVID A. DOSER FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICE, 76 South Main St., Fairport. Evelyn's Funeral Mass will be Saturday afternoon at 2 PM in the Church of the Assumption of Our Lady, 20 East Ave., Fairport. Cremation will follow and her Inurnment will be next to her husband in Wisconsin. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Fairport Baptist Homes, 4646 Nine Mile Pt. Rd., Fairport, NY 14450. Frielinghaus, Klaus Henry Vioxx FROM PAGE IB Dr. Douglas Jones, allergy and clinical immunology specialist with ViaHealth, said 50 percent of his patients were on Vioxx and he had seen no serious side effects from the drug. Jones also will be switching many of his patients to Celebrex. "Most drugs we use have some risks. As long as one is aware of those (risks), those are drugs that can be used," he said. However, all doctors at Lifetime Health Medical Group have been urged to not use cox-2 inhibitor drugs for the last three years, said Lifetime's chief of internal medicine and geriatrics, Dr. Steven Rich. Rich said he based his warnings on some Lifetime patients who had heart problems after taking Vioxx, and on a 2000 Merck study that found an increased risk of serious cardiovascular events in Vioxx takers then. In 2002, the FDA required Vioxx have a warning label that told doctors and patients about the increased risk of heart attacks and strokes. Many Lifetime patients are either prescribed acetaminophen (Tylenol), or pair a digestive medicine with higher doses of ibuprofen or naproxen to cut down on stomach upset. "The people who would use these drugs were people who were at risk for gastrointestinal problems. But these people were also at risk for heart attacks," Rich said about the elderly population taking Vioxx. "The people who are greatest risk were the ones (Vioxx) was marketed toward." Esther Johnson, 87, of Rochester was not going to wait for her doctor to tell her to stop taking Vioxx. Johnson had not taken the drug for a few weeks in the wake of recent knee replacement surgery. But after Johnson saw a story about Vioxx on the news Thursday night, she promptly flushed the rest of her prescription down the toilet. "I wasn't going to take chances," Johnson said. Cidoni, Joseph J. October 1, 2004. Predeceased by son, Stephan. Survived by wife, Sheila (Ford) and former wife, Patricia Cidoni; son, Michael; daughter, Joanne Galavitz; granddaughter, Corinne Galavitz; stepchildren, Karen (Corry) Jaffer, Janet Keilman, Kevin Keil-man, Timothy (Hope) Keilman; 10 grandchildren; 1 great-granddaughter; sisters, Josephine (Patrick) Pancione and Marcy (Mario) Fabi; nieces, nephews and many ' friends. Joe was a retired electrician with Local 86 and he played on the Senior League Baseball Team. Calling, Sunday 1-5 at Falvo Funeral Home, 1395 N. Goodman St. On Monday, please meet the family at St. Cecilia's Church for his Funeral Mass at 1 0:30 AM. In lieu of flowers, donations to Isaiah House, 71 Prince St., Rochester, 14605. Interment, Holy Sepulchre. We wish to give a special thanks to Dr. Kamini Jagdish, who helped Joe and his family through this difficult time. Klaus passed into the arms of our Lord after a long illness, September 28, 2004. Beloved husband of Barbara Salmon Frielinghaus; he is also survived by his sons, Chris, wife Barbara, grandson William Klaus; son, Greg, girlfriend Laurie Goff, and his former wife, Joyce P. Frielinghaus; as well as his extended step-family, son, Jim Salmon, wife. Diane, grandson, Jamie and granddaughter Traci; son Bill Salmon, wife, Jane, grandson, Russell; granddaughter Bethany, and great granddaughter, Sarah; his sister-in-law, Geri Stanton (John); niece Tamara (Mark); great nieces, Lindsey and Kelley Burris; nephew Jay Bibby; cousins in Germany, Paul Eric, Michael, and Harrow Frielinghaus, their wives and children. In his struggle to live, Klaus was tenderly cared for by his family, and the doctors and staff at Hilton Health Care, as well as the nurses and staff at Lakeside Memorial Hospital. After graduating from the University of Cincinnati, ROTC, Klaus, as a First Lieutenant, was deployed to Libya during the Korean Conflict where he was the commanding officer over more than 100 airmen, and was responsible for global communications centers for the USAF. He was transferred to Iceland, Morocco, and England, before completing his assignment. Klaus worked 42 years in rail safety engineering for General Railway Signal (Alstom Signaling). Klaus was the inventor or co-inventor of 33 patents within the rail safety industry; he received the GRS Presidential Award in 1977. Klaus worked together with AMP, in developing applications of all magnetic multiple aperture cores, (MAD) logic, for extremely high reliability CTC Code systems. Klaus was responsible for the design and implementation of the Metro Rail system in Washington, D.C., and contributed on many other rail systems and projects. Klaus had an international reputation within his field. Barb and Klaus had a very fun life together, for almost 1 9 years. A Memorial Service celebrating Klaus' life will be held at his church, Salem United Church of Christ, 60 Bittner St. (at St. Paul, by the inner-loop), Saturday, October 2, 2004, at 2:00 pm. There will be a reception following the Memorial Service, at Salem. Those wishing to make a contribution in his memory may contribute to Salem United Church of Christ or Lakeside Memorial Hospital Foundation, Brockport, NY. King, Tremayne A. (1977-2004) SPRINGFIELD, MA: Tremayne Anthony King, 27, of Springfield, departed this life on Friday, September 24, while on a four-day leave from the military. He was born in Arlington, VA and moved to Springfield in 1982. Upon graduation from high school, he enlisted in the US Marine Corps. His love for serving his country drove him to re-enlist in the Army and was a Specialist in the 42nd Military Police Company at Ft. Drum, NY, whose unit was to be deployed to Iraq in a matter of days. Predeceased by his father, Bryan Kendrick and a godmother, Sandra H. Graham. He is survived by his mother, Valerie King-Jackson; his wife, Yanira (Rodriguez) King; 3 sons, Terryll King & Joshua King, and Emanuel Smith; 2 daughters, Nashalie Rodriguez and Selena King; 3 sisters, including his twin-sister, Toya King, Raquel Kendrick and Tamara Kendrick; 3 brothers, Davin King, Christopher King-Jackson, and Bryan Kendrick Jr.; his stepfather, Charles Jackson Jr.; his grandparents, Mack C. Kendrick Sr., Betty Kendrick, and Charles & Dorothy Jackson Sr.; and his in-laws, Jose Rodriguez and Zoraida Sierra. Tremayne is blessed with an extremely large extended family, too numerous to list. Funeral Services will be held in Springfield on Saturday at 1 1 AM in Wesley United Methodist Church, 741 State St., Springfield, MA. Burial will be on Monday at 1 0 AM in the Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Agawam, MA. Memorial contributions may be made to either the Wesley United Methodist Church or Boy Scout Troop 35, in care of the church. Kolstad, Norma A. PENFIELD: September 28, 2004. Norma is survived by her husband of 62 years, Edward P. Kolstad; 5 children, Judith (Brian) Stone, Charles, Steven (Sherry), Scott (Judy), William (Cindy); daughter-in-law, Sandi Kolstad; grandchildren, Michael, Becky, Travis, Eric, Joshua, Courtney, Nicole and Holly; greatgrandchildren, Sara, Mackenzie and Jacob, Friends may call at Nulton Mattle & Ashton Funeral Home, 1704 Penfield Rd., Mon. 3-7pm where Services will be held Tues. 10am. Interment, Oakwood Cem., in consideration of family members afflicted, please consider donations to Alzheimer's Assoc., 435 E. Henrietta Rd., Roch., 14620. Parker-Dantzler, Nettie Mae September 29, 2004. She is survived by 3 sons, Warren (Evelyn) Dantzler, Kenneth Dantzler, all of West Hempstead, NY and Damon (Stephanie) Dantzler of Bahrain; 1 daughter, Desiree (Michael) Johnson of Rochester; 1 0 grand and 4 great-grandchildren; a host of relatives and friends. Friends may call Sunday, 4-6 PM at the funeral home of MILLARD E. LATIMER & SON, 983 S. Plymouth Ave. Funeral Service, Monday, 1 1 AM at the Latimer Chapel. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery, Gary, Indiana. Wengender, Rita September 29, 2004. Predeceased by her nusband, Haymond Wengender and close friend, Bill Caves. She is survived by her sisters, Helen Seils and Agnes Wheaton; many nieces and nephews. Rita was a member of Oak Hill Country Club. Friends may call Sunday, 2-6 pm at the funeral chapel. A Funeral Mass will be held at Monday, 11 am at St. Louis Church, 60 South Main Street. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Contributions in her memory may be made to the American Lung Assoc., Finger Lakes Region, Inc., 1595 Elmwood Ave, Rochester, 14620 or to the School of the Holy Childhood, 100 Groton Pkwy, Rochester, 14623. Anthony Funeral & Cremation Chapels 2305 Monroe Ave. 244-0770 Robinson, Todd M. LIVONIAWAYLAND: 45, Thursday, September 30, 2004. He was predeceased by his fiancee, Mary Koonmen. He is survived by his daughter, Alexis Robinson; his parents, Dr. Roy & Marilyn Robinson; his brothers, Roy (Jody) Robinson and their children, Meryl & Jemma Robinson, Dr. Tom (Mara-beth) Robinson and their children Allison, Brad & Elise Robinson and Kurt (Marilyn) Robinson and their children Trevor, Karla 4 Kirsten Robinson; aunts, uncles & cousins. Friends may call 1-4 & 6-9 pm, Sunday at the Walter E. Baird & Sons Funeral Home, 100 E. Naples St., Wayland. Funeral Services will ba held 1 1 am, Monday at St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Wayland. Contributions may be made to a memorial fund being established for his daughter, Alexis. Envelopes will be available at the funeral home. Sweeney, Edward SPRINGWATER: 092904, age 87. Predeceased by wife, Elinor. Survived by children, Catharine (Bruce) Comes, Christopher (Donna) Sweeney, Patrick Sweeney, Brian (Cheryl) Sweeney, Susan (Steve) Salerno, David (Maria) Sweeney; grandchildren, Eric, Nathan, Rory, Allison, Caitlin, Kevin, Rachel, Miguel, Ivan, Christian, David and Patricia. Calling hrs. 4-7 Sun. St. George-Stanton Funeral Home, Wayland. Mass of Christian Burial 10:00 AM Mon. Sacred Heart Church, Perkinsville. Sackett, Joan Ide WILLIAMSON: Entered into rest on September 29, 2004, In her 68th year. A Xerox retiree, member of the Pultneyville Reformed Church. In 1984, Joan fulfilled a lifelong dream and founded CAJA Morgans. She was a tireless promoter and ambassador of the Morgan horse breed and an active member of the New York State Morgan Horse Society (NYSMHS), serving as its President from 1994 to 1999, and the editor of its official newsletter for over ten years. She is survived by her loving and devoted children, Brenda Sackett, Christine Sackett, Daniel (Victoria) Sackett all of Williamson, Edward (Michelle) Sackett of Marion, Todd (Donna) Sackett of Webster; 9 special grandchildren; 1 great-grandson; brothers, Irving "Tom" (Kathy) Ide of Marion, James (Linda) Ide of Newark; many nieces and nephews. Family and friends are invited to call at the Pultneyville Reformed Church, Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5, where a Celebration of her life will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 PM. Private interment, Mt. Rest Cemetery, Bergen, NY. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be directed in her memory to the NYSMHS for the Mary Arnold Fund, in co Linda Burke, 436 Middle Road, Horseheads, NY 14845 or the Pultneyville Reformed Church, PO Box 94, Pultneyville, NY 14538. Arr. Young Funeral Home, Williamson. In Memoriam Death Notices Outside Monroe County INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. Bryant FROM PAGE IB Joanne M.,Winslow said initial testimony will cut to the chase. "I imagine it will start with what happened that night," she said. Tabatha Bryant was killed July 13, 2003. She was shot once in one eye with a .22-caliber rifle and stabbed 14 times with a kitchen knife. ' Her husband was arrested three weeks later. Prosecutors allege that he hired Winebren-ner in exchange for $5,000 and half of his wife's anticipated life insurance proceeds. Winebrenner, 24, and his girlfriend, Cassidy A. Green, 23, also are charged with first-degree murder. Both are expected to testify for the prosecution in exchange for leniency. Winebrenner has allegedly admitted the killing and Green allegedly claimed that she drove the getaway car and provided the rifle. But Speranza made it clear to jurors that he'll strenuously challenge testimony by Winebrenner and Green. Both stand to benefit immensely from their cooperation and have offered contradictory versions of events that make their credibility questionable, he said. Winebrenner's family sent him to live with the Bryants in September 2002 after a 30-day stint in the Army and one day of treatment at a psychiatric cen- ter, Speranza said. Kevin Bryant put him to work doing paperwork at his Greece law office. Winebrenner and Green met when Green stopped by the law office to ask Bryant to file legal papers that would allow her to set up an escort service, Speranza said. She also moved into the Bryant home, but she and Winebrenner moved out in the spring of 2003 when Tabatha Bryant accused Winebrenner of stealing $2,000 and their relationship deteriorated. Prosecutors, however, maintain that Kevin Bryant stayed in touch with Winebrenner and hired him for the slaying. Jurors will hear testimony that Winebrenner couldn't get into the home because the doors were locked but called Bryant, who unlocked them, Splain said. In another development, Judge Patricia D. Marks is expected to rule Monday whether television and newspaper cameras will be allowed to cover the trial. The CBS program 48 Hours and the Democrat and Chronicle have applied for coverage. Although a state law that allowed cameras in the courtroom expired in 1997, some judges have allowed coverage if both sides agree. Marks said she'll hear from the prosecution and defense before deciding. Winslow said the prosecution has no objection. Speranza said he'll talk with Bryant before taking a position. MZEIGLER a Cook, Harold A. "Hal" FAIRPORT: September 8, 2004. Survived by wife of 53 years, Eleanor; children, Gary Paula) Cook, Brad D. Cook, Nancy A. Cook; grandsons, Geoffrey and Timothy Cook; sister, Helen Rumsey of MN; step-brother, Calvin (Betty) Fisher; brother-in-law, Charles Aldridge of Ml; several nieces and nephews. A WWII Army Air Force veteran of the 239th Medical Dispensary Aviation Division and VFW veteran. A longtime member of the Fairport United Methodist Church. No prior calling. Memorial Service will be held on Sunday, October 3, 2004 at 2:00 PM at Fairport United Methodist Church. In lieu of flowers, please consider the Fairport United Methodist Church or Visiting Nurse Service (Hospice). Arrs: Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home. Dettman, Kenneth J. Hayden, Marian E. FAIRPORT: September 30, 2004. Predeceased by husband, Harry. She is survived by son, Wayne; daughter, Beverley (Brian) Rathbun; grandson, Kevin Rathbun; several nieces and nephews. Friends are welcome to call at the Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home, 7501 Pittsford-Palmyra Road, Egypt Location Route 31, Sunday 4-7. Funeral Mass, Monday 1 1 : 1 5 at Church of the Assumption. Interment, White Haven. Donations may be made to the Hospice of RochesterGRHC, 70 Metro Park, Roch., 14623. Biddle, John W. See Inside Monroe County Hirschman, George C. CALEDONIAMUMFORD: Sept. 30, 2004, at age 67. He is survived by his former wife, Frances; his daughter, Rita (Ken) Campbell; three grandchildren; brother, Douglas (Sharon) Hirschman; sister, Joanne (Peter) Knitter; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Friends may call Sunday 2-4, 6-8 p.m. with his Service to follow at 8 p.m. at the Alhart Funeral Home, 3068 Main St., Caledonia. Private Interment Mumford Rural Cemetery. Perry, Lynn A. Hebbs, Patricia J. "Smiley" -.CSf, Passed away on Sept. 30, 2004 at age 87. Predeceased by brothers, "Jim" and Milton. Survived by wife, Florence; children, Gary S. (Laurie) & Carol (Bill) Whitney; 6 grandchildren; 22 greatgrandchildren; brother Chuck (Helen) Dettman and several nieces and nephews. Ken was a Kodak retiree. Family and friends are invited to call on Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9PM at Miller Funeral Homes, 3325 Winton Rd. S. Kenneth's Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday at 9AM in Guardian Angels Church (2061 E. Henrietta Rd.) Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Open Door Mission, the Humane Society or the Al Sigl Center in his memory. Doran, Margaret M. (Habes) 1911-2004. Died peacefully, Tuesday September 28, 2004, at her home in Irondequoit. Mrs. Doran is survived by her beloved husband, Theobald "Tiny" Doran , daughter Kathleen (Fred) Snyder of CA, grandchildren; Greg & Elliott Kennerson, sister Helen (Richard) Moll, many nieces and nephews. Margaret was a lifetime resident of Point Pleasant and one of the first graduates of St. Salome's School, where she and Tiny were married in 1 94 1 . Her family will receive friends SUNDAY 1-4 in at PAUL W. HARRIS FUNERAL HOME INC., 570 Kings Highway South (comer of Titus Avenue), Friends are invited to meet the family MONDAY 10:00 AM at ST. SALOMES CHURCH for her Funeral Mass. Interment Irondequoit Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to Point Pleasant Fire Association, 55 Ewer Avenue, Rochester, NY 14622, or St. Salomes Church, 4282 Culver Road, Rochester, NY 14622. PENFIELD: September 29, 2004, at age 79. Patricia is survived by her husband, Wesley; sons, Lt. Col. Robert Hebbs of Indianapolis, IN and William (Debra) Hebbs; grandson, Robert M. Hebbs; brothers, John (Fern Richmond of Ontario and William (Ruth) Richmond of Olympia, WA; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at Nulton, Mattle & Ashton Funeral Home, 1704 Penfield Rd., Sunday 2-4 & 7-9 PM, where Funeral Services will be held Monday 1 1 AM. Interment, Oakwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, kindly consider the Alzheimer's Assoc. Hebert, George D. VICTOR: September 29, 2004. He is survived by his wife, Nancy Morris; 2 sons and 1 daughter, Geoff, Greg and Casey Hebert; 3 brothers, Michael (Mary Ellen) Hebert, Robert (Maryanne) Hebert, Gilles (Nicole) Dupere. A Memorial Service will be held Sunday 11A M. at White Haven All Seasons Chapel. Donations may be made to Ontario-Yates Hospice, 756 Pre-Emption Rd., Geneva, NY 14456. Arrangements by Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home. SOUTH DANSVILLE: 81, Sept., 30, 2004. Survived by his children, Edward (Mary) Perry, Jay (Darlene) Perry and Delora (Douglas) Sullivan; 7 grandchildren; David (Teresa) Perry, Richard Perry (Brenda Amidon), Darrin (Karen) Perry, Jayson (Hope) Perry, Jennifer (Scott) Mattoon, Mark Sullivan and Danielle Sullivan; 7 great-grandchildren; 1 brother, Harley (Ruth) Perry; nieces, nephews & cousins. Friends may call SATURDAY & SUNDAY, 2-4 & 7-9 pm at the Chamberlin-Baird Funeral Home, 73 Main St., Dansville, where a Masonic service will he held 7 pm, Sunday. Funeral services will be held 3 pm. Monday al the funeral home. Contributions to the South Dansville United Methodist Church, the Dansville-Wayland Masonic Lodge or to Mercy Suite (Hospice) of St. James Hospital. Affronti, Anthony, III 100258-072404 As I remember you on your birthday. You were a gift to me from God and I was blessed to have you as my brother. I never expected to say goodbye to you so soon, but I'll hold on to the memories we shared. I love you. May you rest in peace. Your sister, Anne Hameister, William A. 82645-100201 101 would have been our 27th Wedding Anniversary. 102 It's been 3 years without you by my side. You were the love of my life. Love always your wife & best friend, Laura. Locigno, Elizabeth (Betty) Mom, it's been a year since you've been gone, we can't believe its been that long God needed another Angel to sing, so He called you home and gave you wings. We miss your smiles and your calls. Love and missed by Anne, Rosemary and Families. Mark Brownyard 100194 1 MISSING. and missed 10 years too long. Bro Nannery, Thomas 92431-10203 It's been a year since you were taken from us and we miss you so much. You were the Best Grandpa anyone could ask for. Love, Jewboy, Laurie, Fiaca and the kids. Nasca, Rose Over a year now that you left us. Not a day goes by that you are far from our thoughts, prayers, and hearts. We hear your laughter in our dreams. You are always with us, bul we still miss you. Love, Johnny, the kids, & the boys. Our commitment to serving families has been recognized on a national level. Ivey, Sarah Jane 092804. Survived by children, Kiesha & Jonathan Ivey; 1 grandchild, Semaj; her mother, Beulah Ivey; brothers, Andrew, Kennedy, Jessie, Johnny, Eddie, Tony Ivey; sisters, Eurdie Ivey & Maryland Wright; best friend, Betty Ashford McGee. Friends may call Sun., 7-9PM at Grace Unity Fellowship, 986 Joseph Ave. (at Weyl St .), where a Funeral Service will be held Mon. 1 1AM Rev. Roosevelt Dixon, Pastor. O.L. DIXON F.H., LLC 266-7000 v - ' V '. s Each year, the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) selects a small number of funeral homes to receive Its most prestigious award Our firm has been selected as one of those funeral homes. The Pursuit of Excellence award recognizes NFDA members for their outstanding community service, professional Integrity and high ethical standards For you, this means being assured of superior quality and service excellence in everything we provide. Bartolomeo & Perotto FUNERAL HOME, INC. Mil Vintage- ji. Rochester (585) 72(K)(XK) www Iwrtolnmen com

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