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10A A The Journal News OBITUARIES DEATHS Williams, John F. 89, died on Brewster, NY Stancari, Joseph M. 76, died on arrangements by Clark Associates Funeral Home Buchanan Burress, Helen 86, died on arrangements by Edward F. Carter Funeral Home Carmel, NY Supper, William 75, died on arrangements by Balsamo Cordovano Funeral Home Coral Springs, Florida Goldman, Dr. Jack 94, died on Eastchester Love, Lily Cate 7, died on arrangements by Ballard-Durand Funeral Cremation Services Mamaroneck Ballantone, Natalie E.

74, died on arrangements by Coxe Graziano Funeral Home Greenwich Mt. Kisco, NY and Boynton Beach, Fla. Stancari, Joseph M. died on arrangements by Clark Associates Funeral Home Mt. Vernon Francese, Assunta 75, died on arrangements by Yannantuono Burr Davis Sharpe Funeral Home Mt.

Vernon Moliterno, Daniel 90, died on arrangements by Yannantuono Burr Davis Sharpe Funeral Home Mt. Vernon Palmiere, Paul F. 54, died on arrangements by Westchester Funeral Norwalk, CT (formerly of Yorktown) Goldenberg, Delia M. 95, died on arrangements by Joseph F. Nardone Funeral Home Orangeburg Perrone, Simone died on arrangements by Moritz Funeral Home Rye Schindo, Leonard F.

92, died on Rye Brook Wells, Eugene A. 92, died on arrangements by Joseph Tutera Funeral Home Tuckahoe Carlone Alaimo, Maria Antonia 89, died on arrangements by Edwin L. Bennett Funeral Homes White Plains Mercer, Elizabeth 81, died on arrangements by Ballard-Durand Funeral Cremation Services (White Plains Chapel Yonkers Daniels, Julia 95, died on arrangements by Whalen Ball Funeral Home Yonkers Nigro, Mary Jane 68, died on arrangements by Sinatra Memorial Home Yonkers Presta, Rose 79, died on arrangements by F. Ruggiero Sons, Inc. Yonkers Santiago DeRuvo, Caroline died on arrangements by Sinatra memorial Home Yonkers Sawyer (nee Tebrosky), Carol A.

68, died on arrangements by Whalen Ball Funeral Home Freeman, Theron "Ken" 80, died on arrangements by Cargain Funeral Homes Inc. Natalie E. Ballantone, of Stamford, formerly Mamaroneck, passed away April 22, 2016, at age 74. She was born July 10, 1941 to Mickey Millie (Lanza) Ballantone. For many years Natalie worked as a manager for She is remembered as an avid golfer and tennis player and she also spent her time volunteering at Greenwich Hospital.

Natalie is survived by he beloved husband, Ken Crispens. She also leaves behind a brother, A nthony Ballantone, and many loving cousins. To honor her life family and friends will gather on Monday 3-7pm at COXE GRAZIANO FUNERAL HOME 134 Hamilton A ve Greenwich, 203-869-5968. A funeral service will commence at For more information or to place a condolence, www.coxean BALLANTONE NATALIEE. Helen Burress of Buchanan, NY, passed away on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at the age of 86.

Daughter of the late Mary and Joseph Uninsky and wife of the late Oscar Burress. Born in Newark, NJ in 1929. She was a longtime resident of Buchanan and parishione of St. Church. Helen is survived by her sister, Josephine Papula; her children, John, Thomas, Oscar, Patricia and Stephen.

Visitation will be held from 2-4 pm 7-9 pm on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at the EDWARD F. CARTER FUNERAL HOME, 170 Kings Ferry Montrose, NY. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 am on Wednesday, April 27th at St. Church in Buchanan, follow by burial at A ssumption Cemetery in Cortlandt Manor. For further information or to express your condolences online please visit: HELEN BURRESS AGE: 86 Dr.

Jack Goldman (Commissioner of Ai Force Colonel Retired), 94, of Coral Springs, Florida died peacefully April 21, 2016. He entered the military in 1944 and remained active in the Air National Guard retiring at the rank of Colonel. He was Commissioner of Health fo Westchester County serving until 1978. Jack was married to Marcia Goldberg who predeceased him in 1994. He is survived by his loving daughters Cheryl and Alayne, Grandchildren Bryan, Melissa and A ndrew and his companion Yvonne Hertzog.

GOLDMAN DR. JACK Lily Cate Love, of Eastchester, NY, died April 23, 2016 in Valhalla, NY. She was 7 years old. Lily was born on August 15, 2008 in Greenwich Hospital, cherished daughter of Albert and Donna Love and loving sister Olivia Grace. Lily attended the second grade at Greenvale Elementary School in Eastchester and loved drawing and art, soccer, swimming, golf and tennis.

Along with her parents Lily is survived by her big siste Olivia Grace Love, maternal grandparents Walter H. and Stella Tylicki, paternal grandparents Albert G. Love, and Janice K. Love. Two uncles Jeff and his wife Rachelle Love and Edward Tylicki and two cousins Aiden and Jacob Love also survive her.

Lily touched all those she encountered with her ever present smile and laugh. She was joy itself and taught us all to be kinder, better, and more loving people. Funeral service will be held at the Hitchcock Presbyterian Church, on Wednesday April 27, 2016 at 9:30 am. Friends will be received at the Hitchcock Presbyterian Church, 6 Greenacres Ave, Scarsdale, on Tuesday, from 4:00 pm 7:00 pm. Memorial contributions in memory may be made to the Hitchcock Presbyterian Church for the benefit of rebuilding a playground in memory.

To sign the online guest book for the family, visit LILY CATE LOVE AGE: 7 Elizabeth Mercer passed away Saturday April 23, 2016 at the Greenwich Woods Nursing home in Greenwich, CT. She was born in White Plains on July 14, 1934, the daughter of William C. And Emma S. Von Rein.

She was educated in the White Plains School system, later attending Centenary College in Hackettstown, NJ. Upon returning to White Plains, she accepted a position with General Motors A cceptance Corp. as secretary to the Branch Manager. She married Harold Mercer, Jr. on May 18, 1957 and togethe they raised two children, Ellen and William, parents of her five granddaughters, Elizabeth (Santa Monica, CA), Katherine (San Francisco, CA), Meredith Papera (Wyckoff, NJ) and Caroline and Margaret Mercer (Phoenixville, PA).

She was a member of The Club of White Plains and enjoyed being a volunteer at Burke Rehab Hospital working in the Gift Shop, making many new friends there. Visitation will be held Tuesday, A pril 26th from 2-4pm and 7-9pm at the Ballard-Durand Funeral Home, 2 Maple Avenue in White Plains. The funeral service will be celebrated at St. Matthews Lutheran Church, 3 Carhart Ave, in White Plains, on Wednesday, April 27th at 10am. Interment will follow at White Plains Rural Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to St. Matthews Lutheran Church, 3 Carhart Ave, White Plains, NY, 10605. ELIZABETHMERCER AGE: 81 very sad to say that on April 23, 2016, the world became even more less perfect with the passing of Mary Jane Nigro. A 68 years young angel who was a devoted wife, a beloved sister, a selfless mother and a woman who defied all the negativities of human nature. She will be missed beyond words by all that knew and loved her.

Her likeness can be viewed on at Sinatra Memorial Home, 601 Yonkers Yonkers, N.Y., between 4 and 8 p.m. NIGRO MARYJANE twodaughtersinlawBernadette Shewasblessedwith7beauti- her2sistersMariaDiCristofaro thelatePasquale.Donationsin MassTuesday11AMatSt.John EntombmenttofollowatFerncliff ilywillbepresentonSundayfrom PMatF.Ruggiero&Sons,Inc., com PRESTA ROSE Stancari, Joseph M. of Mt. Kisco, NY and Boynton Beach, Fla. died peacefully on Saturday, April 23, 2016.

He was born on April 27, 1939 and was raised in the Silver Lake Section of White Plains, New York. He graduated from the White Plains Public Schools. His early career was in automotive mechanics, and his strong interest in performance and fine automobiles continued throughout his years. In the early Joe oined the Westchester County Department of Correction, where he quickly advanced through every supervisory position. He was a strong leader and visionary, and was appointed as Commissioner of the Department of Correction by County Executive Andrew P.

in 1995, where he oversaw a staff of 1,200 correction officers and managed an $80 Million dollar budget. As Commissioner, he guided the construction of a new generation, direct-supervision county jail that included programs that helped individuals in custody achieve their academic goals and address their treatment and program needs. He valued services that helped individuals rehabilitate themselves, particularly services directed to youths in custody. He oversaw the first national accreditation by the American Correctional Association, and the licensing of a Special Forensic Unit at the Department by the New Yor State Office of Mental Health fo individuals in custody with mental illness. He also worked to establish a cooperative agreement with the US Office in securing individuals in federal custody.

He retired from the Department in 1997. In later years, he and Susan worked together to manage and grow the Law Firm of Susan Caplin, Esq. PC in Mt. Kisco. He and Susan shared their time between homes in New York and Florida, where both enjoyed golfing, fine dining, and following the NY Yankees and Giants.

Joe is survived by his beloved wife, Susan, relatives and friends. Joe was a loving, loyal and devoted husband and friend. The family will receive friends on Tuesday and Wednesday from 2-4 7-9 pm at Clark Associates Funeral Home, 4 Woods Bridge Rd, Katonah, NY. The Graveside service will be on Thursday at at Rose Hills Memorial Park, Mill St, Putnam Valley, NY. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that contributions be made to a charity of your own choice.

STANCARI JOSEPH M. Leonard F. Schindo a lifelong resident of Rye, NY entered eternal life in New Port Richey Florida on April 22, 2016 while visiting his daughter. Len was born on June 1, 1923 to the late Frank and Clara Schindo. He graduated from the Rye school system and excelled in sports.

He was an avid golfe and managed to score fourteen holes-in-one during his lifetime. He especially enjoyed his days of golf at the Rye Golf Club, long morning walks on the Playland boardwal and Tuesday night pizza with his brother Ed and friends. He served in the Pacific theater with the US Coast Guard during WWII. Afte the war Len served for 32 years as the Court Clerk for the city of Rye. He is survived by his wife of 65 years Kathleen, two daughters, Kathie Bender and Carol Schindo, granddaughter Danielle, and grandson Louis Bender son-in- law Louis Bender, brothers Fran Schindo and Ed Schindo, cousins Mary Savage and Jack Schindo and many nieces, nephews and friends.

Len was the eldest of five children and was predeceased by his sister Marie Bisignano and William Schindo. A memorial mass to celebrate life will be held on May 6, 2016 at 11:00 am at the Church of the Resurrection 910 Boston Post Rd, Rye, NY. Donations can be made to St. Jude Research Hospital. SCHINDO LEONARD F.

John F. Williams, Jack, passed away on April 22 at the age of 89. He is survived by his 6 children Amy Kurz, David Williams, Sally Eaton, Susie Gedney, Bob Williams, Andrew Williams, thei spouses, Kim Eaton, 18 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren and 5 nieces and nephews and thei children. Services will be held at Larchmont Avenue Church on April 29 at 11 am. WILLIAMS JOHN F.

Happy 61st Birthday, Jackie Our Sister and Best Friend We miss you so much. Although we have awesome memories of our times together, the April birthdays are still not the same without you. We know in heaven smiling down and watching over all of us, especially your Joey. We all love you, miss you and think about you every single day. Vi and Nee xoxoxoxoxoxo JACQUELINE NOVIELLI April 25, 1955 FuneralHomeResource nameordate.ObituariesandphotographssubmittedtoTheJournalNewsmaybepublished Obituaries Obituaries

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First responders were building a perimeter around the blaze that on Sunday was moving south within the mountainous Point na- ure preserve near Ell enville in Ulster Count y. contain the wildfire that started Saturday, two state police helicopters are dropping water on the hottest parts of the blaze. And bulldozers are being used for the perimeter operation. Cuomo orders more workers to brush fire ASSOCIATED PRESS AP GROLL Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

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