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2B TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 2004 Smith expected to run for Congress Monroe County Majority Leader Bill Smith, R-Pittsford, is expected to announce today that he will run for Congress, making him the fourth Monroe County Republican candidate to enter the race for the 29th Congressional District. Smith, who has served on the legislature since 1996, would join Legislator Mark Assini, R-Gates; Rochester businessman Geoffrey Rosenberger; and Bill Nojay, chairman of the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority, as the Monroe County candidates seeking to replace Rep. Amo Houghton, R-Corning. Houghton announced last week that he would retire when his term expires at year's end. State Sen. John "Randy" Kuhl, R-Hammondsport, Steuben County, is the leading Southern ' Tier candidate. Republicans will likely settle the party's nomination with a September primary. The district includes most of the Southern Tier and parts of Monroe and Ontario counties. Insulation worker hurt in 22-foot fall BRISTOL - A Wayne County man was in guarded condition after falling at a house where he was installing insulation on Monday. Ezequiel Rodriguez-Morales, 20, of 5742 S. Geneva Road, Sodus, fell 22 feet to the basement level of a house at 6347 Old Post Road in Bristol and was flown to Strong Memorial Hospital for treatment. Rodriguez-Morales is an employee of MIG Building Systems and was in a house being built by Danrich Homes, said Ontario County sheriff's deputies. He was in the attic when he lost his balance, then fell to the second-floor hallway area before falling to the basement. South Bristol Code Enforcement Officer Jack Centner was in the basement at the time and said the site was in full compliance regarding safety precautions, deputies said. Woman shot on N. Goodman St. Rochester police are searching for a woman who shot another woman in the face early this morning. The victim was walking in the 700 block of North Goodman Street just after 4:10 a.m. when a vehicle pulled up with a person inside asking the location of an address, according to Rochester police reports. A person inside the car then fired one shot, hitting the pedestrian in the cheek, and drove off. The victim was taken to Rochester General Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, said police Lt. Todd Baxter. She told police she did not know the shooter, described as a female about 20 years old. Police were not releasing the identity of the victim, who is a Rochester resident. Man incompetent to stand trial A Fairport man has been found mentally incompetent to stand trial on charges that he possessed child pornography. Psychiatrists have determined that Kevyn M. Krembel, 40, doesn't understand the charges against him and can't assist his defense on 22 felony counts of possession of a sexual perform' ance by a child. Monroe County Court Judge Patricia D. Marks ordered Monday that Krembel be held in a state psychiatric institution for up to one year, or until he's Victor FROM PAGE IB "I was surprised by the average 30 percent increase in assessments," Pickering said. "I didn't expect it to be that high." Many Victor taxpayers have written letters requesting a wider hearing of their concerns, and Pickering said that the tax grievance day scheduled for May 25 by the town board of assessors probably would require extra hours and perhaps even extra days to hear the concerns of as many of the town's property owners as show up to protest the new assessments. Both Pickering and Supervisor Jack Richter say the higher assessed values don't mean that property owners will necessar The following story contains Correction page follows. News beat found to be competent. A finding of competence would allow the criminal case to resume. Krembel, who has a history of mental illness, faced similar felony charges in 1998. He pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor and was put on probation. Man arrested in fight with landlord Police have arrested a man on charges that he fired a 12-gauge shotgun into a house on Morgan Street Sunday morning. William Blanding, 47, of 247 Garfield St. has been charged with third-degree criminal mischief, fourth-degree criminal mischief, reckless endanger-ment and prohibited use of a weapon. Police said Officer Mark Jesske responded to Morgan Street for a report of several . shots fired about 2:22 a.m. Sunday. When he got to the street, he saw a man standing beside a white car fire a shot into the house at 21 Morgan St., police said. Jesske ordered the man to put the gun down, and the man complied. The argument involved a fight with a landlord, police said. Chalk one up for Project Exile A Rochester man was found guilty in federal court on Monday of unlawfully possessing an assault rifle after having been previously convicted of a felony. Ricky Wallace of 22 Morgan St. also was found guilty of possessing crack cocaine with the intent to distribute, and of illegally possessing marijuana. Wallace faces up to 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine when he is sentenced. Wallace was arrested May 20, after police used a warrant and searched his home. The case was handled as part of Project Exile, an initiative that carries stiffer penalties under federal gun laws and sentencing guidelines. Dance a little dance on Fridays A Friday Dance Series for adults will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. until Aug. 13 at Danforth Community Center, 200 West Ave. The dates of the dances and featured entertainers: Friday, Bob Livingston; May 14, Joe Pera Band; June 11, Joe Caruso Band; July 16, Jon Seiger All-Stars; and Aug. 13, Len Hawley Band. The fee is $2 at the door or $1 with a Senior Good Times Pass. For details on the pass call (585) 428-6755 or for information on the series call (585) 428-6751. Woman to detail battle with MS The National MS Society Upstate New York Chapter will present Distance Of A Lifetime one woman's story of battling multiple sclerosis with mountains and marathons, from 6 to 8 p.m. on April 29 at the Holiday Inn Rochester-South, 1111 Jefferson Road. This free program will feature Wendy Booker, who competed in four marathons and attempted to climb Denali (Mt. McKinley) after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Registration is required by April 21. To register call (585) 271-0810. Geneva students' art on exhibit From April 25 to May 22, the Geneva Historical Society will host the 2004 Geneva City School District Art Show. The show will feature the work of students from kin- ily be paying higher taxes. Richter said the current tax rate of $1.07 per $1,000 of assessed value is expected to drop to 85 cents. That's because the tax levy will be spread over a larger tax base. As a result of the recent revaluation, the town's total assessed taxable property value has increased from $1.14 billion to $1.4 billion, Pickering said. Pickering has requested that property owners dissatisfied with their newly assigned property values contact his office by Friday to arrange for an "informal review" of their assessments. Property owners can also request in writing or in person that they receive a review before the full board of assessment on May 25. JJONES' an error. dergarten through 12th grade. There will be artwork from students at North Street School, West Street School, Geneva Middle School and Geneva High School. A reception for the student artists, their families and the public will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. April 25. This free event will be held at the Geneva Historical Society, which is located at 543 S. Main St. in Geneva. For more information, call . (315) 789-5151, 250 colleges will be part of fair More than 250 colleges are expected for the Rochester National.College Fair, which will be May 2 and 3 at the Riverside Convention Center. The free event, sponsored by the National Association of College Admission Counseling, will feature college representatives with information on such issues as admission requirements, financial aid and course offerings. Last year was the first year Rochester hosted one of the fairs. More than 7,000 students from around the region attended more than twice the expected attendance. For more information, go to www.nacac.comfairs.html, e-mail, or call (800) 836-2222. Event celebrates book's publication A book talk and signing to celebrate the publication of Perinton and Fairport in the 20th Century, written by nine members of the Perinton Historical Society and published this year, will be from 10 a.m. to noon April 24 at the Fairport Public Library, 1 Village Landing. The book, which costs $20.50, will be on sale and can be signed by the authors who are present. For more information contact the library at (585) 223-9091. Death Notices Within Monroe County m INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF W A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. Angelo, Rose A. (Culotta) Apr. 10, 2004. Predeceased, by husband, Raymond. Survived by her daughter, Carol; son, Raymond; brothers, James (Carmen) & Anthony (Mary) Culotta; grandchildren, Robin Garofolo, Lisa & Denise Angelo; great-grandchildren, Phillip & Michael Garofolo & Kittrick; several nieces, nephews, brothers-in-law & sisters-in-law. Calling WED. 2-4, 7-9 at Falvo Funeral Home, 1395 N. Goodman St. On THURS. please meet the family at 9:00 AM in Guardian Angels Church (2061 East Henrietta Rd.) for her Funeral Mass. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Bean, Melissa Marie EAST ROCHESTER; April 8, 2004. Survived by parents, Frederick and Kathleen Bean; brother, Jeffrey (Susanne); grandfather, Howard Bean; niece and 2 nephews, Kolby, Kayla and Joel; several aunts, uncles and cousins. Calling hours Today 4-8 at the Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home, Egypt Location, 7501 Pittsford Palmrya Rd., Fairport. Funeral Service Wed. 11A.M. at the New Covenant Fellowship, 2070 Five Mile Line Rd. Interment White Haven. In lieu of flowers, please consider the Melissa Bean Memorial Fund co Fred Bean, 327 E. Elm St., E. Rochester, NY 14445. Bills, Phyllis F. WEBSTER: April 1 1 , 2004, Predeceased by her husband, Edward; daughter, Patricia Campisi and grandson, Anthony Campisi. She is survived by her son, Edward L. Bills; sisters, Anna Stramennio and Florence Cavallaro; 4 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. Friends may call Tuesday, 4-7 PM at the funeral chapel. A Funeral Mass will be held Wednesday, 10 AM at Holy Trinity, 1460 Ridge Road, Webster. Interment at Webster Union Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be directed to the American Diabetes Association, 595 Blossom Road, Rochester, NY 14610. Anthony Funeral Chapel 1031 Ridge Road, Webster 872-6380 Briody, Patrick J. Unexpectedly, April 10, 2004. Mr. Briody is predeceased by his wife, Agnes (O'Brien) Briody and his son Vincent. Patrick is survived by his loving children, Margaret Briody (Richard Muir), Kathleen (Fred) Keller, Mary KinCannon, Patricia (John) Plumeri, Sheila Briody, SSJ, Terry Ryan (Dale Hultz), Rose Briody, John Briody (Janet Pavtot), Christine Redfield, Colleen (Stan) Perlmutter. Patrick was a proud grandfather to 17 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. He has an extended family in the USA and Ireland, including his sister, Kathleen Briody Atkin of Chicago,, his sisters-in-law, Doratha and Ann; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Born and raised in County Cavan, Ireland, Patrick and Agnes came to Rochester in 1955. He worked as a master carpenter at Nazareth College for 37 years. Friends may call at the funeral home of Alvah Halloran & Son, 2125 Chili Ave., Wednesday, 3:00-8:00. Funeral Mass will be held Thursday at 1 1 :00 AM at Our Lady of Good Counsel, 630 Brooks Ave. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Patrick's memory to St. Joseph's Neighborhood Cen-ter, 417 South Avenue. Roch., NY 14620. Brownyard, Michael "Mickey" Age 46. April 9, 2004. Survived by his sister, Kathleen (Jay) Galajda; brother, Skip (Julie); beloved girlfriend. Dawn Demanicor; aunt, Alice Bovay; nieces, nephews and cousins. To light a candle for Mickey, go to Calling hours will be TODAY 7-9 at Henry D. Halloran Son, Inc., 5781 W. Henrietta Rd. Family and friends will meet Wed. 9:45 A.M. at the entrance of White Haven Memorial Park for a 10:00 A.M. Graveside Service. Memorials can be made to the American Heart or Lung Assoc. Carr, Douglas and Jo Of Winter Haven, Florida, formerly of North Chili. Died suddenly on April 1 1 , 2004. They are survived by their 4 children, J. Michael Carr, Pamela Bell, Deborah (Johnny) Fyock and Janice (William) Redding; 8 grandcnil-dren; 3 great-grandchildren. There will be a private service held in Florida. They will be dearly missed by all. Civitillo, Mark A. "Uncle Markie" Sunday, April 11, 2004. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Isabel Civitillo; daughter, Rita (Alfred) Gibbardo; grandchildren, Gregory (Fausta) Gibbardo, Marisa Gibbardo, David (Linda) Gibbardo; great-grandchildren, Anthony & Juliana Gibbardo; sister-in-law, Filomena Bonacci; nieces & nephews; dear friend, Tony D' Ambrosia. Friends may call WEDNESDAY ONLY 4:00-8:00 PM at DiPonzio Funeral Home, : Inc., 219 Spencerport Rd., Gates. On Thursday, April 15, friends are Invited to attend his Funeral Mass at 9:30A.M. in Holy Apostles Church (Lyell Ave. & Austin St.). Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of your choice in his memory. DeNeering, Jean (Adams) April 4, 2004, at the age of 75. She Is survived by her loving sister & best friend, Barbara (Adams) Bouwens; she was much more than just an aunt and God mother to Wendy (Douglas) Fair, Jim (Jean) Bouwens and Kevin (Kristine Rowley) Bouwens; great nieces and nephews, Jason & Stephanie Fair, Joshua Bouwens, Samantha, Garrett, Rebecca & Jessica Bouwens; her beloved pet for more than 1 0 years, Honey. The family would like to express their special thanks to Debbie, Elena, Sylvia, and the other nurses at the MOB Dialysis Unit at Rochester General Hospital, to her social worker, Katie, and to her wonderful friends, Mary Jane and George. Jean was a 37 year retiree of Eastman Kodak Company. Jean will be greatly missed,, but never forgotten. Services will be private at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the MOB Dialysis Unit at Rochester General Hospital, 1425 Portland Ave., Rochester, NY 14609 or to the Visiting Nurse Service Hospice, 2180 Empire Blvd., Webster, NY 1 4580. Ref: New Comer Family F.H. Dreste, Norma I. (Liuska) VICTOR: Entered into rest with our Risen Lord, surrounded by her loving family, on April 9, 2004. Survived by husband of 55 years, John P.; children, Kathleen (David) Johnson, Linda (Larry) Anderson, John W. (Martha) Dreste, Robin (Michael) Kunz; 5 grandchildren, Todd (Julie) Johnson, Karl (Jeffrey) Izzo, Jacquelyn, Rachel, Lydia Kunz; great-grandchildren, Chloe, Levi Johnson; sister, Saima (Wayne) Wirtanen; many nieces and nephews. Norma was loved by all who knew her. She touched many lives as an active member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church, as an accomplished Accordianist, and through the Finger Lake Finns. Most of all, she took pride in taking care of her family. She was always proud of her Finnish heritage. She exhibited "SISU" throughout her entire life. Calling hours, Tuesday, April 13th, 3-7 at the Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home, Egypt Location, 7501 Pittsford Palmyra Road, Fairport. Interment, Wednesday, April 14th at Windfall Cemetery in Windfall, Pennsylvania. Memorial Service Friday, April 23rd, 2 PM at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Fairport. In lieu of flowers, please consider the church's building fund or Vic-torFarmington Volunteer Ambulance Corp. Gerew, Mary Ellen See: Youles Keller, Kathleen See Briody, Patrick J. KinCannon, Mary See Briody, Patrick J. Koscielny, Gerald A. Saturday, April 10, 2004. Survived by his wife, Andrea Herrmann Koscielny; son, Jeremy (January) of GA; Shawn Koscielny; brother, Michael (Jane) Piotrow-icz; sister, Florence (Edward) Forman; nieces and nephews. Gerry was a Vietnam veteran. Friends may call Tuesday 9-1 0:30 AM at the DREIER-GILTNER FUNERAL HOME INC. 1717 Portland Ave. (at the corner of Portland Ave. and Ridge Road East). Funeral Mass Tuesday at 1 1 AM at Christ the King Church. Interment, Irondequoit Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to Andrea Koscielmy, 781 Winona Blvd., Rochester, 14617. Litterio, Gwendolyn F. (Biggie) "Gwennie" April 9, 2004. Predeceased by her husband, Sam. Beloved mother of Barbara Jean Litterio and Raymond Carlos Litterio; 6 grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Friends may call Wednesday 1-3 PM with her Service to follow at 3:00 PM at the Dierna Funeral Home, 2309 Culver Rd., (near Norton). Interment, private. Those wishing may direct memorial contributions to the Audubon Society or the Visiting . Nurse Service, Hospice. Muir, Richard See Briody, Patrick J. , Nassivera, Franklin Passed away, Friday, April 9, 2004 in Potsdam, NY. Formerly of Rochester. Predeceased by his wife, Nancy Williamson Nassivera. He is survived by his 3 children, William Nassivera, Linda Erb and Carol Chastain; 3 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren. He was a WW II Army Veteran and retired Rochester Brick Layers Union Local 3 since 1951. Services will be held Wed. 41404 at Hammill Funeral Home, Winthrope, NY. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Patrick's Church, Potsdam, NY. Pavlot, Janet See Briody, Patrick J. Perlmutter, Stan See Briody, Patrick J. Pilato, Edna J. (Battaglia) April 10, 2004 at age 91. Predeceased by her husband, Joseph Pilato. She is survived by her children, Rita (Thomas) Doerr, Marlene (Thomas) Maira, Samuel J. (Elaine) Pilato, Anita (Ronald) Fiorentno.J 12 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren; sister-in-law, Carmela Dispenza; several nieces & nephews, The family wishes to express a special thank you to Lisa, Shirley and the people of St. Ann's Home 5th floor for the wonderful care given to Edna during her stay there. For more information about Edna, visit jj BARTOLOMEO & PEROTTO J Funeral Home, Inc. 1411 Vin-Ks? J tage Lane (between 390 & Long Pond Rd.) Visiting Hours will be Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9. All are invited to attend Edna's Funeral Mass on Wednesday at 10 a.m. at St. Ann's Home. Entombment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Edna's Memory to St. Ann's Home, 1500 Portland Ave., Rochester, NY 14621. DemocratandChronicle.comCT AND CHRONICLE Plumeri, Patricia See Briody, Patrick J. Redfield, Christine See Briody, Patrick J. Rider, Margaret E. (Short) April 12, 2004 at age 96. She is predeceased by her husband, George S. Rider; and daughter-in-law, Ann Connell Rider. She is survived by her children, Donald J. Rider of Canandaigua, Shirley (Neil) Schild-waster of Batavia, Carol (John) Ryan of Henrietta; 14 grandchildren; 27 greatgrandchildren; 2 great-great-granddaughters; many loving nieces, nephews and cousins. Margaret was a Real Estate Broker, a member of NYSRA and long-time Rosary Society member at St. Anne Church. Family and friends are invited to call at Miller Funeral Home, Inc., (3325 Winton Road South) on Wednesday 2-4 & 7-9 PM. Margaret's Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Anne Church (1600 Mt. Hope Avenue) on Thursday at 10:00 AM. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, friends may contribute to Monroe Community Hospital in her memory. To light a candle of condolence please visit: Ryan, TerryHultz, Dale See Briody, Patrick J. Shabala, Alice F. Passed away April 12, 2004. She was predeceased by her father, Benjamin Petruzis. She is survived by her husband, William "Tim" Shabala; son, Michael Shabala; daughters, Karen Trost & Sharon (Larry) Mandell; 5 grandchildren; 1 great-granddaughter; mother, Florence Petruzis. Friends are invited to call Tuesday (today) 2-4, 7-9 at Miller Funeral Homes, Inc., 3325 Winton Road South. Alice's Funeral Mass will be held in Good Shepherd Church (3318 East Henrietta Road) on Wednesday at 9:00 AM. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society in her memory. To light a candle of condolence please visit: . Terra, Lillian M.(Gallo) Sunday, April 11, 2004, at age 89. She Is survived by son, William Terra (Deborah Frumusa); brother, Louis (Lucy) Gallo; sisters-in-law, Stella Gallo and Theresa Rossi; many nieces & nephews. No prior calling. On Wednesday, April 14, friends are invited to attend her Funeral Mass at 10:00A.M. in St. Theodore's Church, 168 Spencerport Rd., Gates. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Ref: DiPonzio Funeral Home, Inc. Watson, Sally L Died on April 10, 2004 at the age of 91, surrounded by her loving family. She was born Sara Louise Limes in Greenfield, OH . in April 1913. She graduated from McClain High School in Greenfield and attended Monmouth College in Monmouth, IL. She taught in a one-room schoolhouse in rural Ohio as well as in the Greenfield Public Schools. An avid artist, she studied art in Cleveland and continued her love of paint-ing-particularly watercolors-throughout her life. She married Charles F. Watson in 1939 and moved to Rochester immediately following World War II. She was an active and dedicated member of Third Presbyterian, Twelve Corners Presbyterian, and First Presbyterian Church of Pittsford. She served as president of the Pittsford Art Group and was also active in the Penfield Art Group. A memberof the Century Club and PEO Women's Group, she leaves a legacy of grace, wisdom and unwavering love. She is survived by Charles, her husband of 64 years; three daughters, Nancy M. Watson of Rochester, Betsey W. Kirk of Cherry Hill, NJ, and Susan W. Molina of Pittsford; and grandchildren, Mollie M. Kirk and Andrew W. Kirk. Her many friends are invited to attend a memorial service at 2 p.m. Friday, April 16, at First Presbyterian Church of Pittsford. Contributions in her memory may be directed to the Rochester Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, 435 East Henrietta Rd Rochester, NY 14620. Wilner, Martin D. Wednesday, April 7, at age 71. Treasured husband of Gloria; cherished father of Julie, John, and Sarah Wilner; and Sarah's husband, Paul Scarbrough; adored grandfather ("Papa") of Simon and Julian; and beloved son-in-law of Julia Siegel. Martin was quiet in all but his laughter. But the quiet cloaked a profound intellect, an enormous appreciation of simple pleasures, outrage at those who prey on the weak, and admiration for those who march to their own drummers. Quietly was also how Martin did right by others every day. Those who loved, befriended, or simply encountered Martin can honor his memory by doing the same today. A private service has beep held. Friends and well-wishers are invited to make contributions in Martin's name to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Meals on Wheels, or the National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Denver, CO 80206. Wolf, Mildred Plunkett Deceased on March 27, 2004. Predeceased by son, John (1971). Survived by husband, Dr. Robert E. Wolf; children, Sue (Bart) Geer, Manchester, MA, Robert Jr., NYC, Carolyn, Rochester, Tom (Chris) Gurnee, IL; grandchildren, Elizabeth and John Geer and Matthew Wolf; brothers, John (Evelyn) Wyckoff, NJ and Robert F. (Pat), Rochester; sister-in-law, Louise W. Campbell, Shreveport, LA; and several nieces and nephews. No prior calling hours. Memorial Mass to be held on Saturday, April 1 7, 2004 at 1 0:30 am at St. Louis Church, Pittsford, NY. Interment at the convenience of the family. Donations may be directed to Benincasa, 3880 Rush-Mendon Rd., Mendon, NY 14506, or to the Pluta Cancer Center. Youles, Harry A. April 1 1 , 2004. Predeceased by his brother, William; brothers-in-law, Vincent Turiano; Ronald Gerew; Joseph Gerew; sister-in-law, Judith Gerew. Survived by his beloved wife of 50 years, Mary Ellen; children, Deborah (David) Rydell, Timothy (Janice) Youles, Donna (Wayne) Carlton; grandchildren, Nicole & Melissa Quick, Megan & Rachel Rydell, Shawn, Tim, Douglas & Andrew Youles, Katie, Thomas, Jeremy An-dreano & Sara Carlton; sister, Dorothy Turiano; sisters & brothers-in-law, Marlene Gerew, Jack (Barbara) Gerew, Suzann (William) Glitzer, Dianne Gerew, Kenneth (Candy) Gerew, Thomas (Rahni) Gerew, Gerald (Sherry) Gerew; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Mr. Youles was a WW II Veteran and an avid bowler & golfer. Family and friends are invited to call WEDNESDAY 2-4, 7-9 at Miller Funeral Homes, Inc. (3325 Winton Rd. S.). Mr. Youles Funeral Mass will be celebrated THURSDAY at 9:30A.M. at Good Shep-. herd Church, (3318 E. Henrietta Rd.) Interment White Haven Memorial Park. Donations may be directed to the Visting Nurse Service in his memory. To light a candle of condolence visit Yeoumas, Elouise "Aunt Coot" April 7, 2004. She is survived by son, Willie, Jr. (Brenda); daughter, Williedean; sisters, Dorothy Willis, Frances Nelomes and Bernice Bryant; 7 grandchildren; 14 greatgrandchildren; 1 great-great-grandson; companion, Larry Nixon; other relatives and friends. Calling hours Wednesday 7-9p.m. at Metropolitan Funeral Chapels, 109 West Ave. Funeral Service Thursday, at 11:00AM, E. Henrietta Church of Christ, 285 E. Henrietta Rd. Interment: Riverside. Zizzo, Jenny M. April 10, 2004. Survived by daughter, Audrey (Joseph) Blase; sister, Florence "Red" Raymond; sisters-in-law, Josephine Zizzo, Jean Ulscht, Nancy Zizzo; granddaughters, Lisa Blase-Desanto, Laurene (Mark) Guida, Jenny Blase; great-grandchildren, Joey, Audrey, Anthony & Gina; and several nieces and nephews. Family and friends may attend a Memorial Mass on Thursday at 10A.M. at St. Salome's Church, Culver Road. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the School . of the Holy Childhood. Death Notices Outside Monroe County INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. Coleman, William M. AVON: Formerly of Irondequoit, died on April 9, 2004, at age 96. He is survived by his daughter, Ann R. (Frank) Krbec of WA; 2 sons, James A. (Mary) Coleman of Irondequoit, (Janice L. Coleman), Stephen J. (Deborah) Coleman of Avon; 6 grandchildren, Matthew, Zachary Krbec, Bryan, Kevin Coleman, Stephen, Kelly Coleman; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, Mabel R. Coleman, in 1999. Friends are invited to call Wednesday, 10 - 11:30 AM at the Stephenson-Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., 350 Genesee St., Avon, where his Funeral Service will be held following calling hours at 11:30 AM. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park, at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Step by Step, 2229 Clifford Ave., Rochester, NY 14609 in his memory. Wyant, Lorena P. CASTILE: On April 11, 2004, at age 100. She is survived by two sons, Merton (Lois) Wyant of Perry, NY and Harold (Harriet) Wyant of Hilton, NY; 1 1 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd Wyant in 1998 and a son, Royal Wyant in 1991. There are no prior calling hours. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, April 17, 2004 at 2:00 at The United Church of Christ, Washington St., Castile, NY. The Reverend Scott McNaney will officiate. Interment will be in the Middle Reservation Cemetery, Castile. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the United Church of Christ, Castile. Arrangements were completed by the Harmon-Watson Funeral Home, 35 No. Main St., Castile, NY. Mark, George "Pa" A. DANSVILLE: On April 12, 2004 age 75. Retired Farmer. George was predeceased by his wife, Jane in May of 2000. He is survived by 2 daughters, Donna (Paul) Sick of Arkport, Linda (E. Brad) Chapman of Dansville; 2 sons, Kevin (Lei) Mark and Roger (Marleen) Mark, both of Dansville; 1 brother, Nicholas Mark of Dansville; 9 grandchildren, Jennifer (Chris) Colella of Farmington, Kevin Sick of Dansville, Naomi, Noah and Nessa Mark of Dansville; Laura (Jason) Wadsworth of Wayland, Brandy Chapman of Rochester, Benjamin and Kenneth Mark of Dansville; 1 great-grandson, Nicholas Colella. Friends may call Wednesday from 7-9 P.M. and Thursday from 2-4 & 7-9 P.M. at the Hindle Funeral Home, 271 Main Street, Dansville. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday at 10:00 A.M. at St. Mary's Church, Dansville. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Contributions to the Noyes Memorial Hospital Hospice program, American Cancer Society or St. Mary's School. Holtz, Edna, R. Age 92 of Elmira, NY and formerly of Rochester, NY, died Wednesday, April 7, 2004 in Elmira. Edna is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Donald J. and Catherine Holtz of Pine City, NY; daughter and son-in-law, Mary E. and Dr. T.N. Seshagiri of North Canton, OH; grandchildren, Karen Hollo-way of Pine City with husband Donald and children, Andrew and Collin; Cathy Crawford of Houston, TX with Matt and daughter Marina Hernandez; Stephanie Noviello of Bridgewater, NJ with husband Chris; Neena Seshagiri of San Diego, CA and Kiran Seshagiri of New Orleans, LA. Private services will be held. Arrangements by Mclnerny Funeral Home. Popenhusen, Glenn E. FARMINGTONPUMPKIN HOOK: Died unexpectedly April 12, 2004 at age 68. He is survived by his wife of 39 years Barbara; children Victoria Ferris, Tim (Ro-sella) Ferris, Alan (Cheryl) Popenhusen-Rowe, Amy (Tim) Freitas, Laurel (David) Popenhusen-Bruinix; grandchildren, Alison, Robin, Tom, Zackary, Greg, Kelly, Taylor, Colton & Davey; sister Jean Parkef; nephews Scott & Jeff Parker; aunt Jessie Smith; uncle Alvon Eldredge; & several cousins. Glenn was a 50 year active member of the Farmington Volunteer Fire Dept., area farmer & was an antique dealer. Friends are invited to call Wednesday 3-5 & 7-9PM at PAYNE & MURPHY FUNERAL HOME, 1040 Rt. 31,Macedon. A Funeral Service will be Thursday 2PM at Farmington Friends Church. Interment will follow at Farmington Friends Cemetery. .Memorial contributions may be made to the Farmington Friends Church or the Farming-ton Volunteer Fire Dept. in his memory. In Memoriam Marcus, Herbert J., Jr. 080747-041300 Memories are treasures that no one can steal. Death leaves a heartache that no one can heal. Our memories of you are filled with love and happy times. We miss you with all our hearts. Love you always, Baby Girl Carta and Family Potowski, Jim 41352 -112703 Today is your 52nd Birthday. Nothing is the same without your loving presence. You taught us so much about life through your quiet example and constant encouragement. We miss your kindness and gentleness and your wonderful gift of laughter. You're with the Lord now but you will always live in our hearts. Love always, Gail, Boris, Wanda, Darren, Maria, Tammi, and Paul. nvwwnn.'wi mm turn i.'iiiiiiiWstiH 4

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