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4B MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1994 OBITUARIES DEATHS ELSEWHERE ROAD CONSTRUCTION ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH Lewis Grizzard, 47; Columnist The following list reports on major road-construction projects that could cause traffic congestion. Information for the list was provided by the Missouri Highway and Transportation Department, the Illinois Transportation Department and construction contractors. MISSOURI He sold millions of his books. "They Tore Out My Heart and Stomped That Sucker Flat," about his first heart operation in 1982, was his best-selling book. That was the year doctors replaced his faulty aortic valve with one taken from a pig's heart. The valve was replaced with another in 1985 after it became infected. Then, in 1993, he received a mechanical aortic valve to replace the second pig valve, which was wearing out. The operation Friday was to remove a mass lodged in his aorta, possibly caused by infection or a blood clot, and to replace the mechanical valve with one taken from a human cadaver. Mr. Grizzard was born in Fort Benning, and grew up in Moreland, about 45 miles southwest of Atlanta, after his father left his mother, when young Lewis was 6. Before launching his humor column in 1978, Mr. Grizzard was sports editor with the Athens (Ga.) Daily News, executive sports editor with The Atlanta Journal, assistant city editor with The Atlanta Journal and executive sports editor at the Chicago Sun-Times. ATLANTA (AP) Lewis Grizzard, whose down-home humor in columns and books such as "Daddy Was a Pistol and I'm a Son of a Gun" delighted and sometimes enraged readers, died Sunday (March 19, 1994). He was 47. He had a history of heart trouble, including four operations, the most recent one Friday at Emory University Hospital. He never regained consciousness before he died in the intensive care unit, a hospital statement said. The surgery led to extensive brain damage, hospital officials said. Mr. Grizzard pronounced griz-ZARD wrote a column four days a week for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The articles also were syndicated in 450 newspapers across the country. A fiercely proud Southerner whose columns played redneck humor to the hilt, Mr. Grizzard took special delight in attacking Yankees, draft evaders and feminists. He often devoted his column to letters from readers he had enraged. He also poked fun at his record of marital problems, and wrote, often movingly, about his late parents. He married Dedra Kyle, his fourth 'wife, in a hospital room Wednesday. bound lanes are on a new bypass. Route 67: At the Mississippi River in St. Charles County, the new bridge into Alton is open. Some construct tion work on the approach and side roads remains. ILLINOIS St. Clair County: 1-551-641-70: Westbound and east-bound traffic in East St. Louis is restricted for bridge construction. North Belt West In Belleville, lanes will be restricted at various locations from West Main Street to Brittany Lane to replace the raised median with a bidirectional turning lane. One lane in each direction will remain open. Madison County: U.S. 67: At the new Clark Bridge at Alton, northbound traffic will be reduced to one lane to permit completion of the taping of the upper part of the cable. Route 3: Route 3 will be restricted to one lane in each direction about one-half mile north of Route 143 intersection, for reconstruction of a bridge. At Alby Street, traffic will be reduced to two lanes during the day for median and shoulder construction. Route 111: Traffic will be restricted to one lane, one mile north of I-70 for bridge construction. Temporary traffic signals are in use. I-270: Traffic will be restricted from three to two eastbound lanes be- tween Route 1 1 1 and Route 1 57 for construction. Front Street (Alton): Closed from Henry Street through the intersec-, tion with Broadway and Piasa for widening and improvement. EDWARD FOSS WILSON, 89, who built Wilson the Chicago meatpacking company founded by his father, into a nearly billion-dollar venture with interests in sporting goods and pharmaceuticals, died Saturday (March 19, 1994) in Washington. When Mr. Wilson became president of the company in 1934 at age 29, he was one of the nation's youngest corporate presidents, and the company had annual sales of $180 million. By the time he moved from president to chairman in 1953, Wilson's sales totaled more than $800 million. Mr. Wilson joined Wilson Co. after graduating from Princeton University in 1926. He started at the bottom of the company ladder, wearing high boots and a cowboy hat as he drove cattle from their pens to the packing house on Chicago's South Side. He left the company as chairman in 1956 and became an assistant secretary of the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare in 1957. He moved from Winnetka, 111., to Washington, and Wilson Co. eventually was broken up and sold. JOSE CORONEL URTECHO, 88, a poet who was a pillar of Nicaragua's literary "Vanguard Movement" of the 1950s, died Saturday (March 19, 1994) on his farm in southern Nicaragua, a friend of the family said. Mr. Coronel and others in the Vanguard Movement are credited with injecting renewed importance into Nicaraguan poetry following the death in 1916 of Ruben Dario, a Nicaraguan who is widely considered one the greatest poets ever to write in Spanish. IRVIN FLORES, 69, one of the Puerto Rican independence leaders who attacked the U.S. Congress in 1954, died Saturday (March 19, 1994) of cancer in San Juan. Mr. Flores was imprisoned for 25 years for the March 1, 1954, attack in which five congressmen were wounded. He was also briefly incarcerated in 1950 in connection with a nationalist uprising in Puerto Rico. KENNETH JAMES WILLIAM MACKAY, 76, the third Earl of Inchcape, who shaped his family's global trading empire into Inchcape and Co. and headed shipping giant and Steam Navigation has died. The day and cause of death were not released. He became the third earl of Inchcape when his father died in 1939. By age 31, he was a director of 18 companies and partner in nine others. West County: Highway 40 (1-64) and 1-270 interchange: Minor cleanup work will take place at interchange. Clarkson Road: Lanes may be closed in off-peak hours between Clayton and Manchester roads, and at Manchester and Clarkson roads. Olive Boulevard: Lanes may be closed in off-peak hours between East Drive and Ladue Road. Clayton Road: Delays possible from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today through Friday from Henry Road to Baxter Road. Route 109: At Bonhomme Creek, just south of the entrance to Babler State Park, the entrance will be closed for replacement of the Bonhomme Creek Bridge. South County: I-55: The northbound lanes of I-55 will be shifted to the right and the three lanes will be narrowed to permit pavement construction in the median. The northbound I-55 exit to eastbound I-255 will be shifted about 1 ,000 feet north. Motorists should drive with caution. Also, lanes may be closed between Lindbergh Boulevard and Mattis Road. At the Meramec River, lanes may be closed in off-peak hours. 1-270: From Interstate 44 to Gravois and from Tesson Ferry Road to 1-55, lanes may be closed in off-peak hours. From Gravois to Tesson Ferry Road, traffic will be stopped five minutes for blasting periodically, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Motorists should watch for stopped traffic. St. Charles: 1-70: Between Mid-Rivers Mall and Cave Springs, eastbound and west Carroll Jones Scullin; Home Developer and Biddeford Pool, Maine. She was married to Richards Salorgne Scullin, who died in 1980. A walk in her memory will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Missouri Botanical Garden's Arboretum in Gray Summit. Her body will be cremated. Among the survivors are four sons, Thomas S. McPheeters III of Albany, N.Y., Hugh Mc-Pheeters of Kirkwood, John C. McPheeters of Ladue and Peter G. McPheeters of Biddeford Pool; a stepson, Marc Scullin of Boston, and a stepdaughter, Judith Tilson of Raleigh, N.C.; a brother, Hugh Jones of Guilford, and 16 grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Missouri Botanical Garden Arboretum fund. Carroll Jones Scullin, a longtime residential died Saturday (March 19, 1994) at St. Joseph Hospital of Kirkwood after a brief illness. She was 78. Mrs. Scullin, born in St. Louis, was the daughter of Hugh McKittrick Jones, a co-founder and the second mayor of Ladue. She graduated from John Burroughs School and attended Sarah Lawrence College, where she received training in landscape architecture. Before and during World War II, she ran nursery schools in St. Louis and San Diego. Mrs. Scullin lived in Santa Fe, N.M., for 20 years before returning in 1990 to St. Louis. Over 30 years, she designed, built or renovated more than a dozen homes in Santa Fe, St. Louis NICEST PEOPLE IN TOWN BURIAL from 695 (INCLUDES CASKET) LOW COST CREMATION MAYER FUNERAL HOME 533-0293 4356 LINDELL ST. LOUIS MO 63106 FUNERAL NOTICES TYREY, ELASCO (AL), 15v March 20. 1994, Jlgf Fortified with the Sacra-" ments of Holy Mother Church, beloved husband of Rosemary C. Tyrey (nee Boe-deker), dear father and father-in-law of Judy (Ben) Schaper, Mike (Geri), Kathi (Dennis) Schmidt, Scott (Melody) and the late David Tyrey, dear grandfather of 13, great-grandfather of 6, dear rother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend. Funeral from the HUTCHENS Mortuary, 675 Graham Rd Florissant, March 23 at 10:30 A.M. to St. Pius Church, 335 Shepley Dr. for 11 A.M. Mass. Interment National Cemetery. VISITATION 2 9 P.M. TUESDAY. Memorials to Downs Syndrome Assoc. Mr. Tyrey was a member of the Glasgow Village American Legion Post 267 and Escapees Travel Club. TO HARTZ, GERTRUDE (AUNT GERT), (nee Ellison), Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, March 19, 1994, beloved wife of the late James J. Hartz Sr. (J J), beloved mother of Marion (Joe) Heder-man and James (Jacqueline) Hartz, dear sister of Loretta Lee and the late Edna, Mary (Sis), Dororthy (Pudge), Bud, Pete, George, John (Sonny), and Les, dear grandmother of 5, great-grandmother of 7, and great-great-grandmother of 2, our dear sister-in-law, aunt, great aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral Mass will be celebrated on March 23. at St. Catherine Sienna Catholic Church (6815 Page at Ferguson) at 10 A.M. No Visitation or Prayer Service at the Funeral Home on Wed. morning. Interment Calvary Cemetery, contributions to Grandview Health Care Center, Washington, MO. appreciated. IN PARLOR 3 9 P.M. at THE NEW KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY CHAPEL, 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. at Butler Hill. TO QUINLEY, MARGARET J. (nee Byrne). Fortified Kjlg with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church March 18, 1994, Beloved wife of the late Ivan C. Ouinley, dearest mother of Michael J. Quinley, Mary Ann Clifford, John Thomas J. and Patricia M. Quinley, dear mother-in-law of Frederick Z. Clifford, Suomi Sakai and Joanna Owen, darling grandmother of Rachel Quinley, Margaret and Kathleen Clifford, dear sister of Marie Frank, Helen Wagner, Rita Gove, Laura Coughlin and the late Anne Byrne, dear sister-in-law of the late Albert P. Frank, Gene Coughlin, Arnold Wagner, Burt Quinley, Elinor Wilferth and Ruth Quinley, our dear aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral Mass Tuesday, March 22, 11 a.m., at St. Gabriel the Archangel Catholic Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Member of Lay Missionaries of Charity (Mother Theresa's order). In lieu of flowers, contributions to Mother Theresa Gift of Mary Center, 2500 North Cottage Avenue, 63113, will be greatly appreciated. fcL. KUTIS AFFTON Service TO RITTER, CLAIRE M. (nee Mar-ucci), on Mar. 20, 1994, loving wife of the late Louis H. Ritter, dear mother of Gail S. Ritter and Joyce R. (Richard) Ulrich, dear grandmother of William Louis Ritter, R. Bradley Ulrich and Kimberly Joy Ulricn. Dear great-grandmother of Tucker A. Ritter, dear sister of Dora Newman, Jean Ruppert and Elmer Tramontina. Dear aunt great-aunt, cousin, sister-in-law and our dear friend. The family will receive friends at KRIEGSHAUSER WEST MORTUARY, 9450 Olive on Mar. 21, from 4 to 8 p.m. Further funeral services and burial will be held in Baltimore, Maryland, under the direction of Ruck Funeral Home. For those desiring, the family suggests Memorials be made to St. Louis Childrens Hospital. ROZANSKI, SHARON ANN, (nee Laverty), Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, March 19 1994, beloved wife of Stan A. Rozanski, dear mother of Stephen, Stephanie and Sara Rozanski, dear daughter-in-law of Genevive Rozanski, dear sister of Michael (Linda) Index Abernathy, Robert J. Ambler, Mary Elizabeth Arrow Barbour, Paul M. Belcher, Evelyn M. Brady, Scott M. Butler, Robert E. Coleman, Elmer W. s.i; Cordes, Olivia R. Danieley Decker, Gary (Keith), Jr. Derryberry, Amuel E. Ellison Emery Failoni, Emil Falk, Richard J. Fetsch, Florence King Fowler, Gordon Freebersyser, Clifford J.W. Froehly, Michael R. Haneklau Hartz, Gertrude M. (Aunt Gert) Hill-Schlutow, Edna I Kammien, Harry R. Kempf, Milton H. Klaas, Sandra J. Kneznekoff, Susan Krifka, Elizabeth Liptia, Mary Malloy, Hazel M. McAllister, Joseph E. Mogelnicki, Rev. Vincent J. Morrison, Delia Talbot Petty Pipitone Prost, LeoG. Quinley, Margaret J. Ritter, Claire M. Rozanski, Sharon Ann Rozgowski, Robert T. Schroll, Carolyn R. Scullin, Carroll J. Sommers, Robert Steffan, Louis H. (Lou) Stringham, L. Keever Sutton, Louise A. Tansey, Mary M. Tokraks, Vivian L. Tyrey, Elasco (Al) Vickery, Reva A. Volpo Walker, Donald L. Ware.Cherylyn Wehrle, Genevieve (Patty) Wessels, John J. Wohlschlaeger, Zelma I. York, Emma M. Zwicke, Henry Jr. BARBOUR, PAUL on Mar. 20, 1994, dear husband of Angela J. Barbour (nee Kuhl-man), dear step-father of the late Donald VanBooven, dear grandfather of Dawn Jackson and Diane Adler, dear brother of David Barbour of Denver, CO, our dear brother-in-law, uncle and friend. In fulfillment of his wishes, Mr. Barbour donated his remains to Washington University School of Medicine. Donations to the American Diabetes Assoc. or Beacon of Hope Hospice preferred. A service of JOHN L. ZIEGENHEIN siL, SONS. BELCHER, EVELYN M. (nee Skiles). March 19, 1994. fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, beloved wife of the late Tom J. Belcher, dear mother and mother-in-law of Ken (and the late Patty), Jim (Joan), Bill (Linda) Belcher, dear grandmother or Mary Beth, Rathy, Suzy, Jimmy, Mike. Chris and Carrie, our dear sister-in-law, aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral from HUTCHENS Mortuary, 675 Graham Florissant, March 22, at 9:30 a.m. to St. Dismas Church for 10 a.m. Mass Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation 2 9 p.m. Monday. Memori- als to the American Lung Assn. preferred. jfS BRADY, SCOTT Suddenly, March 19, 1994, beloved son of Bert and Martha Brady, dear brother of Doug Brady, grandson of Kathryn M. Kracke and the late Henry C. Wiebke and Robert H. and Madeline V. Brady, nephew of Virginia and Ben Esposito, dear grand-nephew, cousin and friend. Funeral Service at Bonhomme Presbyterian Church, 14820 Conway Road, TIME LATER. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. If desired, contributions may be made to National Wildlife Federation or American Youth Hostels. VISITATION at SCHRADER FUNERAL HOME, 14960 Man- Chester Road at Holloway, L. Ballwin, 4 9 P.M. (fS BUTLER, ROBERT pS. fortified with the Sacra-ites! ments of Holy Mother 1 Church, March 19, 1994, beloved husband of Catherine H. Butler (nee Guthridge), loving father of Patricia Garner, Rosemary, Robert J. and David Butler our dear father-in-law, grandfather, great grandfather, uncle, great uncle and friend. Funeral Wed March 23, 10:30 a.m. from BUCHHOLZ SPANISH LAKE MORTUARY, 1645 Redman to Our Lady of Loretto Church (Spanish Lake for 11 a.m. mass. Interment National Cemetery (Jefferson Barracks, MO). Masses pre- ferred. VISITATION TUES. A. 4-9 P.M. COLEMAN, ELMER on March 19, 1994, husband of the late Melba M. Coleman (nee Ler-Iche), dear father of Elmer W. Cohlman, and Virginia Bocci-Hennelly, dear father-in-law of Bert Conlman, dear grandfather, great grandfather and uncle. Funeral March 22, 10 a.m. from MATH HERMANN SONS CHAPEL, 10212 Halls Ferry Rd. Interment Calvary. Mr. Coleman was employed by St. Louis Car Company for 50 years. VISITATION ijL MON. 3-9 P.M. fc CORDES, OLIVA (nee Eng. lerth), Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection, March 20, 1994, beloved wife of the late Henry J. Cordes, dear sister-in-law, aunt, cousin and friend of many. Services from HOFFMEISTER COLONIAL MORTUARY, 6464 Chippewa at Watson. 9:30 A.M. TUES. with mass celebrated at Cure of Are Church, 10 A.M. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. VISITATION MON. 3-9 P.M. STEFFAN, LOUIS H. JSv (LOU), on March 18, gg 1994, beloved husband of Mary Jane Steffan (nee Volpo), son of the late Louis and Dora Steffan, dear brother of the late Charlotte Steffan, our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great uncle, cousin and friend. Mr. Steffan was a member of Good Hope Lodge 218, A.F. A.M., Scottish Rite, retired S.W. Bell employee, Telephone Pioneers, CSMAC. Funeral from HOFFMEISTER SOUTH COUNTY CHAPEL, 1515 Lemay Ferry March 22, 1 1 :30 A.M. Interment Park Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to American Cancer Society or St. Louis Childrens Hospital appreciated. VISITATION 1 9 P.M. MONDAY. STRINGHAM, L. KEEVER, on March 18, 1994, beloved husband of lleta S. Stringham, dear father of Susie Hall, Jenny Minton and John K. Stringham, grandfather of 7. Memorial Service to be held Monday, March 21, at 4 P.M. at The Church of St. Michael and St. George (Wydown and Ellen-wood). Interment private. Memorial contributions may be made to the Central Institute for the Deaf Research, 818 S. Euclid, 63110, Church of St. Michael and St. George or charity of choice. AT.UP- kL, TON SERVICE. SUTTON, LOUISE A. (nee Nie-haus), asleep in Jesus, March 18, 1994, beloved wife of Melvin L. Sutton, dearest mother of M. Dean (Mary Susan) Sutton, dear sister of Lorene and Raymond Niehaus, Dorothy Eggert, Ethel Caldwell and Mildred Of-ferman, dear sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, great-great-aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral March 22, 11 a.m. from MATH HERMANN SON CHAPEL, 10212 Halls Fer- 2' Rd. Interment Salem Lutheran emetery. Member of St. Jacobi Lutheran Church. Memorials to American Cancer Society appreciated. Visitation Mon. p.m. TO TANSEY, MARY M. Funeral 9:30 a.m. at PFITZINGER, A Heritage Funeral Home then to St. Peters Catholic vuK. Church for 10 a.m. 5," Mass. r1F TOKRAKS, VIVIAN March 1 9, 1994, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, beloved wife of Charles J. Tokraks, dear mother of Shirley Chappell and Carol Layton, dear grandmother of Frank (Tyanne) Chappell, Donna (Ron) Cox, Sharon (Duane) Leinhos, Daniel (Linda), Michael, Jean and Thomas (Pat) Layton, dear great-grandmother of Ryan, ameron, Justin, Sean, Christopher, Brandon, Allen, Megan and Lisa, dear sister of Richard, i Donald, Bill, Elmer Hayes, Violet I Koski, Dorothy Settles, Elsie i LaRosa and Betty Vannucci, dear aunt of Roseann Willis, dear mother-in-law of Robert Chappell and the late Allen Lay- 1 ton, dear sister-in-law, aunt, 1 great-aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral from HUTCHENS Mortuary, 675 Graham Florissant, at 9:30 a.m. Monday, March 21, to St. Angela Merici Church for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment St. Ferdinand Cemetery. Visitation 4 9 p.m. Sunday. TO 0240 Funeral Directors VICKERY, REVA A. (nee Harrison), March 18, 1994, Beloved wife of John A. Vickery, dear mother of Carole S. (Larry) Danieley, dear grandmother of Jason, Come and Kara Danieley, our dear aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON Chapel, 10151 Gravois, Monday, March 21, 10 a.m. Entombment Mount Hope Mausoleum. Member of Mehlville Eastern Star, Starling Road Baptist Church and Freedom White Shrine. In parlor Sunday, 3-9 p.m. TO VOLPO See Steffan WALKER, DONALD Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection, on March 19, 1994, beloved son of Lee and Dolores (nee Lehde) Walker, dear brother of Barb, brother-in-law of Bill, uncle of Lorylee and friend of many. VISITATION MONDAY, March 21, 3 8 P.M. at KRIEGSHAUSER SOUTH MORTUARY, 4228 S. Kingshlghway. Funeral Service and Interment to be held at Vienna, IL. WARE, CHERYLYN, (nee Ken- ft on), tnterea into nest, larch 17. 1994. dear mother of Daniel. Derek, and Jason Cole man, dear daughter of Edward Kenyon, dear sister of Keith and Cori Kenyon, dear aunt of Kyle Kenyon, dear friend of Kathy Dobby. Funeral at BUCHHOLZ SPANISH LAKE MORTUARY, 1645 Redman March 21, 7 P.M. (Cremation). VISI- TATION MON. 5 P.M. until time of service, 7 P.M. iyn WEHRLE, GENEVIEVE (PATTY) (nee Luzynski), Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church March 18, 1994, Beloved wife of Charles H. Wehrle, dear sister of Helen Bergman, Veronica Pepmiller, Gertrude Fischer and the late Mamie Lu-kaszewicz, Angela Abroson, Dorothy Duncan, Louie, Johnny and Leo Luzynski, our dear aunt, great-aunt, great-great-aunt, sister-in-law and friend. Funeral from the SOUTHERN Funeral Home, 6322 South Grand Tuesday, March 22, 9:30 a.m., to Queen of All Saints Church for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment B. National Cemetery. Mrs. Wehrle was a member of Ladies Auxiliary No. 6137 V.F.W. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the St. Louis Heart Association. Visitation after 3 p.m. Monday 0240 Funeral Directors LIPTIA. MARY, March 19, 1994, Asleep in Jesus, beloved wife of the late Alex Liptia, dear mother of Anna Arrow, dear grandmother of Steve (Trisha) Arrow, dear great-grandmother of Staci and Tony Arrow, dear sister, sister-in-law, aunt and friend. Funeral Service 10:30 A.M. March 22, at the HUT-CHENS Mortuary, 675 Graham Florissant. Graveside Service 2 P.M. Tues. at the Sunset Memorial Park, DuOuoni, IL VISITATION 4 9 P.M. MONDAY. TO MALLOY, HAZEL Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection, March 19, 1994, beloved mother of Joan (Elmer) Dencker, dear sister, grandmother, mother-in-law, sister-in-law, aunt and friend of many. Services from HOFFMEISTER COLONIAL Mortuary, 6464 Chippewa at Watson, 9:30 A.M. with Mass celebrated at Our Lady of Sorrows Church at 10:15 A.M. Interment Calvary Cemetery. VISITATION MONDAY 3 9 P.M. MCALLISTER, JOSEPH Asleep in Jesus Sfa March 19, 1994, beloved husband of Vera McAllister (nee Hoff), dear father of Kathleen (Fred) Petty, Faye Emery and Edward (Janet) McAllister, dear grandfather of Michael and Mark Petty, Kyle, Joel, and Kathryn McAllister, our dear brother, brother-in-iaw, uncle, great uncle and friend. Member of American Legion Post 444, who will hold services Tues. evening at 7 p.m. Funeral from CALVIN FEUTZ Funeral Home, 9480 Lewis and Clark (Hwy. 367), Wed. 2 p.m. Interment Bethlehem. Friends desiring, may send memorials to Grace Lutheran Chapel, 10015 Lance Drive, 63137. VISITATION TUES. 2 P.M. UNTIL 8 P.M. MOGELNICKI, REV. VINCENT fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, at St. Petersburg, FL, on March 17, 1994, dear brother of Edward and Steve Mogelnicki and the late Josephine Gronski, our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle and cousin. Father Vince was a Chaplain of the DeAndreis Council 800 K. of a member of the Cardinal Glennon Assembly 4th Degree K. of Bonne Terre, MO. and former pastor of St. Casi-mirs and St. Stanislaus Kostka Parishes. Visitation Monday, March 21, at DREHMANN-HARRAL CHAPEL, 7733 Natural Bridge Rd. from 3 to 8 p.m. St. Louis Assembly Honor Guard 7 p.m. Visitation March 22, at ST. STANISLAUS KOSTKA CHURCH, 1413 No. 20th St. from 3 8 p.m. Cardinal Glennon Assembly Honor Guard, 7 p.m. Mass will be celebrated March 23 at 10 a.m. at ST. STANISLAUS KOSTKA CHURCH. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Father requested Masses or memorials to St. Stanislaus Kostka Restoration Fund. MORRISON, DELIA TALBOT, (nee Angier), Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection, March 1 8, 1 994, she is survived by her 7 children and numerous other relatives, all of Memphis. TN. Funeral Mass and Interment will be held in Memphis, TN. on March 23, 1994. AR RANGEMENTS BY THE AMBRUSTER- nnMMCI I Cnaral Home Htf PETTY See McAllister PIPITONE See Krifka PROST, LEO Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, March 19, 1994, beloved husband of Alberta Prost (nee Naumann), dearest father of Betty Bertocki, James, William, Patricia Mannion and Robert Prost, dear brother of Fredrick, and the late Ralph, William, Lester, Lonnie, and Anna Prost, dear grandfather of 23, great-grandfather, of 25, our dear father-in-law, brother-in-law, uncle, great uncle, and friend. Funeral March 23, 9:30 A.M. from the NEW COLLIER Funeral Home, 3400 N. Lindbergh Blvd. to St. William's Church, Mass 10 A.M. Interment St. Charles Borromeo Cemetery. Memorials may be given to the Alzheimers Assoc. Mr. Prost was a retied team ster member. VISITATION 2 -9 P.M. TUES. TO PLACE YOUR IN MEMORIAM, PLEASE CALL VALL 340-8591 WESSELS, JOHN Fortified with the Sacra-ments of Holy Mother Church March 18, 1994, Dear son of Richard H. and Rose Mary Wessels (nee Collins), dear brother of Anne M. McLaughlin, Margaret W. Reiker, Cecilia M. Linenan, Kathleen R. and Richard L. Wessels, dear brother-in-law, nephew, uncle, cousin and friend. Funeral from CROGHAN Chapel, 7825 Big Bend Blvd. at Laclede Station Road, Webster Groves, Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., to Holy Redeemer Church, Lock-wood and Joy Avenue, for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment National Cemetery. Contributions to a charity ot your choice or Masses preferred. Visita- tion Monday, 3 to 9 p.m. TO WOHLSCHLAEGER, ZELMA Fortified with the Sacraments ot Holy Mother Church, March to, iy4, oeiovea wire ot tne late Edward H. Wohlschlaeger, dear mother of Gerald G. Wohlschlaeger, grandmother of Ray and Lisa, our dear sister and friend. Funeral Services will be held at LANG-FENDLER Funeral Home, 630 Jeffco Blvd. (Hwy. 61-67). Arnold, MO, March 22, 7 P.M. Interment wili be private, ju. VISITATION 5 7 P.M. YORK, EMMA M. Funeral Service March 21, 10 -jwc. a.m. LANG-FENDLER -SAI-Service. ZWICKE, HENRY Asleep in Jesus, March 19, 1994, beloved husband of Muriel Zwicke, (nee Barr), dear brother-in-law of Reva and Clay Fox, Phyllis Dale, Melvin Jack and Frances Barr, our dear uncle, great uncle, nephew, cousin and friend. Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois, March 22, 1:15 p.m. Interment National Cemetery. Member of American Legion Post 187, V.F.W. Post 3777, Crestwood Anchor Lodge 443 A.F. A.M., Scottish Rife St. Louis Valley, Moolah Temple, Social Member Drum Corp and Crestwood Elks Lodge 2503. Moolah Drum Corp service Mon. 7 p.m. Donations to Shriner's Children's Hospital or charity of your choice, appreciated. In parlor Mon. 4-9 p.m. TO 0180 Masonic Notices HARMONY LODGE NO. 499 A.F. AJVl. Monday, March 21, 7:30 D.m. Regular stated communication. Junior Wardens Nile In the East. Vote on Bi-Law changes. Visitors welcome. Refreshments. NEAL L. LETURNO, W.M. Monday, March 11, 7:30 PJVt. 1st Masonic District of Missouri's Lodge of Instruction at the New Masonic Temple, Ml Llndell Blvd. Instruction on the 2nd Section of the 3rd Degree. Bookmobile. D.D.OJV1. Bobby Holland, D.D.G.L. Thomas Sat-terlv 0190 In Uleittoriam ROSEMARY C. VUICHARD March 21, 1993 Dear Mom and Grandma: It's been 1 year. We love miss you very much. From, All of Ut TO PLACE an IN MEMORIAM, PLEASE CALL ALVIN 340-6600 VAL 340-8591 0230 Florists DIERBERGS FLORIST FUNERAL HOME Deliveries 7 DAYS A WEEK Order Lines Open 24 Hours 314-432-7077 DOOLEY'S FLORIST 137 7444 0240 Funeral Directors $155 $490 $530 FAILONI, EMIL, Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on March 17, 1994. He was born Nov. 9, 1890. He was the dear husband of the late Jennie Failoni (nee De Blasi), dear father of Marie (Norman) Donner, dear grandfather of Kimberly, Leigh, Christopher and Bryan bonner, dear uncle of Joseph, Frank, Leo and Alex Failoni. Funeral from CALCATERRA Funeral Home, 5142 Daggett Tuesday, March 22, 9:15 a.m. to St. Luke the Evangelist Catholic Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation 4 to 9 p.m. Monday. FALK, RICHARD Mar. 19, 1994. Husband of Vera Tet-ley Falk, father of Marjorie Falk Miller and Kate Falk Bockley. Brother of Barbara Falk Marks, grandfather of Hannah Bockley. Memorial service at The First Unitarian Church of St Louis, 5007 Waterman on Mar. 23 at 2:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The American Heart Association, The First Unitarian Church or the charity of your choice. FETSCH, FLORENCE KING (nee Koecher), March 17, 1994, Baptized into the Hope of Christ Resurrection, beloved wife of the late Vernon Fetsch, dear mother of Conrad and Vernon J. Fetsch, our dear grandmother, mother-in-law, niece, cousin and friend. Memorial Mass will be held March 22, 7 p.m. at Our Lady of Presentation Church, 8860 Tudor (Overland). Contributions may be made to the Fetsch family co the funeral home. Mrs. Fetsch longtime volunteer member of County Older Resident Program. She provided transportation, phone reassurance and special projects for the elderly, and also received the Special Volunteer Award. ORT-MANN'S Service. FOWLER, GORDON 5V on March 20, eUa 1994, beloved husband 1 of Teri L. Fowler, dear father of Ryan and Hollie Fowler, dear son of Norman W. and Penny Fowler, Margaret E. Fowler and Rudy Hyduke, dear brother of Daphne Burch and Jeffrey D. Fowler, dear grandson of Edna Fowler, our dear brother-in-law, step-brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and dear friend to many. Mr. Fowler will be In State at the AMBRUSTER-DONNELLY Funeral Home, 6633 Clayton where friends may call on Mar. 22, from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m., then taken to Parrent Funeral Home, Naylor, MO, for services on Mar. 24. In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated to a Trust Fund to be established for the Fowler children at Lin den Trust Company, 6900 Clayton 63139. FREEBERSYSER, CLIFFORD J.W., Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection, March 20, 1994. beloved husband of the late viola L. Freebersyser (nee Schneider), loving father of George M. (Violet) Freebersyser and the late Nancy Lee Freebersyser, dear grandfather of Marianne (Tim) Peters, Clifford F. Freebersyser, Geor-gianne (Russell) Rohne, Dianne (Mark) Cooke, Kurt Freebersyser, George M. (Dana) Freebersyser, Gerard A. Freebersyser and William Freebersyser, our dear great grandfather, uncle, great uncle, great great uncle and friend. Funeral March 23, 9 a.m. from BUCHHOLZ SPANISH LAKE MORTUARY. 1645 Redman to St. Aloysius Church (Spanish Lake) for 9:30 a.m. mass. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Freebersyser was a retired member of Carpenters Union Local 417. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to the St. Louis Heart Associaton, pre- ferred. VISITATION TUES. 3:30 9 P.M. FROEHLY, MICHAEL IJV Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resur- rection on March 19, 1994, beloved brother of Virginia F. Simmons, Katherine F. McCune and the late Joseph A. Froehly, dear brother-in-law of Virginia Froehly, our dear uncle, great uncle, great great uncle, cousin and dear friend of Hilda (Patsy) Weintraub. Funeral from the AMBRUSTER-DONNELLY Funeral Home, 6633 Clayton on Mar. 22 at 9:30 a.m. to Church of the Immacolata, 8900 Clayton for mass celebrated at 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Masses preferred. Friends may call at AM BRUSTER-DONNELLY on from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. HANEKLAU See Sommers HILL-SCHLUTOW, EDNA, (98), Fri Mar. 18, 1994, beloved wife of the late Robert Hill, dear mother of the late Melvin Hill and the late Delores 0. Schlutow, dear sister of the late Lonnie Hill and the late William Caulfield and the late Amos Caulfield. Dear grandmothor of the late C. Raymond Caulfield. Dear grandmother of Robert H. (Kathleen) Schlutow, great-grandmother of Stephen T. Schlutow and Tracy A. Schlutow. Our dear aunt and friend. Mrs. Hill-Schlutow will be laid to rest Mar. 22, 1 1 a.m. at The Walnut Hill Cemetery, Belleville, IL. Donations may be made to St. Pauls Home, 1021 West E. Belleville. IL 62220. Arrangements by GEORGE RENNER SONS FUNERAL HOME, Belleville, IL. KAMMIEN, HARRY March 19, 1994, beloved husband of Lorene Kammien (nee Bales), dear father of Guy and Robert Kammien, Shirley Blood-worth, Larry Kammien, and Pam McEntee, our dear father-in-law, grandfather, great-grandfather, uncle, great uncle and friend. Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON Chapel, 10151 Gravois, March 22, 9 A.M. Interment Lakewood Park Cemetery. Contributions to the American Cancer Society appreciat- ed. IN PARLOR MONDAY L. 4 9 P.M. TO KEMPF, MILTON tered into Rest, 13 March 19, 1994, beloved husband of Mary P. Kempf, loving father of Lynn Smith, Kim Kempf, Terry (Dennis) Anton, Virginia Grassmuck, dearest grandfather of Corey, Jared, Matthew, Jessica, Daniel, Nathan, Kellie, John and Michelle, dear brother of Ruth Reeves, Norman, Raymond, Oliver and Orvllle Kempt, dear son-in-law of June Felden, our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great uncle, cousin and friend to many. Mr. Kempf was a member of V.F.W. Post4105 and Independent Order of Foresters 1281. Funeral March 23, 11 A.M. at BUCHHOLZ VALLEY OF FLOWERS MORTUARY, 619 St. Francois St. (Florissant). Interment Valhalla Ceme- tery. VISITATION TUES. 2 WL. -9 P.M. TO KLAAS, SANDRA March 19, 1994, dearest daughter of William and the late Lurlean Klaas, dear sister of Charlene (Jim) Kenkel, William (Ima) and Judith (Charles) Rivers, our dear aunt, niece ana cousin. Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON Chapel, 10151 Gravois, March 22, 11:30 A.M. Interment St. Trinity Ceme- tery. IN PARLOR MON- IjL. DAY 3 P.M. TO KNEZNEKOFF, SUSAN, March 19, 1994. Dear mother of Michael and Sherl Kneznekoff, dear daughter of Philip and Pauline Wolff, dear sister of Jacqui Hicks and Peter (Kathy) Wolff. Our dear aunt, cousin, niece and friend. Memorial contributions to R.P. Foundation Fighting Blindness. BERGER MEMORIAL SERVICE. KRIFKA, ELIZABETH, (nee Messmer), Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, March 19, 1994, beloved wife of the late Pete Krifka, dear mother of Mary Pipitone, dear mother-in-law of Nicholas Pipitone, dear grandmother of Joseph, John, and James Pipitone, dear great-grandmother of Christopher, Jay, Kaitlin Chelsea, Courtney, Elise, Erin, Danielle and Nicholas Pipitone, our dear aunt, great aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON Chapel, 10151 Gravois, March 22, 2 P.M. Interment Sunset Memorial Park. Mrs. Krifka would like to say a special "Thank You" to all her friends and family for the love extended to her during her lifetime. IN PARLOR TUESDAY 9 A.M. TO ana jerry Laverty, our aear sister-in-law, aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral from THE NEW KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY CHAPEL, 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. at Butler Hill, March 23, 9:30 A.M. to St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church for 10 A.M. Mass. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Contributions to St. John's Hospice, 615 S. New Ballas St. Louis, 63141-8277, appreciated. IN PARLOR MON- DAY 5-9 P.M. and TUES- DAY 11 A.M. -9 P.M. TO ROZGOWSKI, ROBERT March 19, 1994, beloved son of Elvera (nee Osterloh) and the late Frank Rozgowski, dear brother of Richard, Donald, Eugene, the late Frank, Francis and Audrey, our dear uncle, brother-in-law and friend. Services at HOFFMEISTER BROADWAY FITZGERALD CHAPEL, 7814 So. Broadway, 9 A.M. Interment Mount Hope Cemetery. VISITATION MON. AFTER 2 P.M. SCHROLL, CAROLYN R. (nee Holley), Asleep in Jesus, March 14, 1994, beloved wife of Carl R. Schroll, dear mother of Christopher Jennifer L. and the late Brian S. Schroll, dear daughter of Thomas and Bonnie Holley, dear sister of Michael, Thomas Jr. and Anthony Holley, dear sister-in-law of Helen M. Picker and David C. Schroll, dear daughter-in-law of Esther M. Jacob, our dear aunt. Funeral services will be held at Christ Memorial Lutheran Church, March 23 at 2 p.m. Interment Our Re- deemer Cemetery. KUTIS AFFTON Service. TO SCULLIN, CARROLL on Mar. 19, 1994, wife of the late Richards Salorgne Scullin, mother of Thomas S. III. Hugh, John C. and Peter G. McPheeters. Walk in her memory at The Missouri Botanical Gardens Arboretum, at Gray Summit on Mar. 22 at 10:30 a.m. Memorial contributions may be made to The Missouri Bo- tanical Gardens. A LUP- L. TON CHAPEL SERVICE. TO SOMMERS, ROBERT Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection, March 20, 1994, beloved husband of Rose Marie Sommers (nee Haneklau), dear son of Margaret Sommers and the late John C. Sommers, dear father of Bob. Dan, Steve and Jennifer Sommers, dear grandfather of Josh, Joel, Kate, Max and Danny Sommers, dear brother of Jack, Mary, Tom and Sue Sommers, our dear father-in-law, brother-in-law, uncle and friend of many. Funeral service from HOFFMEISTER COLONIAL MORTUARY, 6464 Chippewa at Watson, 9: 1 5 a.m., with mass celebrated at Seven Holy Founders at 10 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. VISITATION TUES. 3-9 P.M. Cassity Heritage Funeral Homes Pfitzhger Ambaister-Donnelly Lang-Fendler HeiSgtag Cassity 965-8228 863-1300 296-5102 296-5272 938-3000 S3 Quality ABERNATHY, ROBERT fcfV March 19, 1994. E3 beloved husband of Martha Abernathy (nee Hammer), dear father of Michael Abernathy, Robert J. (Susan) Abernathy, John (Debbie) Abernathy and Jody Abernathy, dear brother of Earl, Richard (June). Charles (Lara) Abernathy and the late Thelma Shinall, dear son of the late Edward and Sadie Abernathy, our dear grandfather of 1 2, great-grandfather of 1 uncle, great-uncle, nephew, cousin and friend. Funeral service at HOFFMEIS-TER COLONIAL Mortuary, 6464 Chippewa at Watson, 1:30 p.m. Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. VISITATION MONDAY 3 9 P.M. AMBLER, MARY ELIZABETH of Kirkwood, March 16, 1994, beloved daughter of the late Edwin P. Ambler and Etta Paul Ambler, dear cousin of Mary Paul McClelland (Charles) and Shirley Taylor (Harold) of St. Louis, Owen Atwood Ambler and F. Presley Paul of Texas, Helen Ambler Young (John) and Nancy Ambler Tice of California. Memorial service March 22, 1 p.m. at Second Baptist Church, 9030 Clayton Rd. 63117. Memorial contributions to St. Marys Hospice Program or cnarny or your cnotce. arrangements by GERBER CHAPEL, 96B-ZUU0. ARROW See Liptia "1 JTl it. DANIELEY See Vickery DECKER, GARY (KEITH), Funeral Service March 21, 1994 at 1 p.m. LANG- FENDLER Service. DERRYBERRY, AMUEL March 19, 1994, beloved husband of Frances E. Derryberry, dear father of Michael E. (Linda) Derryberry and Brenda S. (Tim) Helsing, grandfather of Jennifer, Jason, Sarah and Melissa, brother of Wayne (Delma) Derryberry and the late Ralph Derryberry, special friend of Brenda Come, dear uncle, great uncle, cousin and friend. Funeral Service at SCHRADER FUNERAL HOME, 14960 Manchester Road at Holloway, Ballwin, 11:30 A.M. Interment St. John United Church of Christ Ceme- tery. Manchester. VISITA- jL TION 3-9 P.M. ELLISON See Hartz EMERY See McAllister iui uuc uiicai, services for $1000's less If They Just went above Cremations from Caskets from as I 4Vv SerVlCeSfrOITI and beyond as. far am concerned

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