The Burlington Free Press from Burlington, Vermont on March 24, 1993 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Burlington Free Press from Burlington, Vermont · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Burlington, Vermont
Issue Date:
Wednesday, March 24, 1993
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

2B f r THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1993 . VERMONT i J" o a o s c BAEH: Comments tipped off police Continued from Page IB had returned to his apartment shortly after the homicide, police said. The informant said that Hatcher a short time later "began talking to himself, mumbling how he could not believe he had killed 'her.' " Wark's affida- Kelll Baer vit said. The informant said Hatcher contended that he had been drinking with Baer and that she pulled out a knife as she began to talk about suicide, Wark said. Death Notices and FREDERICK W. FALBY I Frederick W. Falby, 53, of 355 St. Paul St., Burlington, died Monday, March 22, 1993, in the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont following a short illness. He was born in Burlington, Oct. 29, 1939, the son of the late Sidney N. and Eleanor (Weston) Falby. On Aug. 26, 1967, he married Beatrice (Duell) Bacon in St. An thony Church in Burlington. Fred had been employed for many years by Brigham Dairy and H.P. Hood as a route salesman. More recently he had worked for O'Brien Brothers as a grounds-keeper. He is survived by his devoted wife of 25 years, Beatrice; five daughters, Gail Bacon of Colchester, Bonnie Ascenzi of Highland, N.Y., Lou Ann Hayes of South Burlington, Betsy Martelle of Colchester, and Jill Black of Sanford, Maine; his sister, Marilyn Stetson of Bristol; his brother, Richard Falby of Anaheim, Calif.; 1 1 grandchildren; one . great-grandchild; and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, and his twin brother, Frank Falby, in 1966. Funeral services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. in Corbin and Palmer Funeral Home, 71 S. Union St., Burlington. Interment will be in Lake View Cemetery at a later date. There are no public visiting hours. MAUDE CROKER Maude Croker, 99, formerly of Lakeside Avenue, Burlington, died Tuesday, March 23, 1993, in Birchwood Terrace Healthcare Center in Burlington. She was born in Burlington, Sept. 15, 1893, and attended Burlington schools. She was married in Burlington in 1925 to Robert A. Croker, who predeceased her in 1938. She was a member of Christ the King parish and a member of the Daughters of Isabella. She is survived by a son, James E. Croker of South Burlington; two daughters, Mrs. William (Geraldine) Larrimer of Baytown, Texas, and Mrs. Mary Blankemey-er of Burlington; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at a later date. There will be no visiting hours. Those who wish may make contributions in her memory to St. Anne's Shrine, Isle La Motte, Vt. 05463. Arrangements are by Ready Funeral Home, South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Road, Burlington. MICHAEL GREGORY ROCK SHELBURNE Michael Gregory Rock, 5-month-old infant son of Rodney and Kristen (Corliss) Rock, died Monday, March 22, 1993, in the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont. "A baby so soft, And yet so happy, Gentle as can be, A whimpering cry, for attention, Just wanting to be comforted By his mom and dad. Or even just to be read 'One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.' A baby so soft, but a baby so sick, He has fought, for his life for five months, But now the time has come, when to say Good-bye, Because my baby boy, Is the perfect angel up in the sky." Besides his parents, he is survived by his maternal grandmother, Marthe Root and her husband, Ronald, of Colchester; maternal grandfather, Gene Corliss and his wife. Donna, of St. Albans; paternal grandparents, Roger and Joan Rock of South Burlington. Michael was the fifth generation and is also survived by several great-grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins; and his godparents, Jeff Rogers of Richmond and Chris-tiAne Mason of Bow, N.H. A memorial service will be held Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in St. Catherine of Siena Roman Catholic Church. There will be no visiting hours. For those who wish, memorial contributions may be made to Make A Wish Foundation, 1500 Shelburne Road, South Burlington, Vt. 05403. Arrangements are by Ready Funeral Home, Mountain View Chapel, 68 Pinecrest Drive, Essex Junction. "Hatcher advised he grabbed the knife and was cut, and during a struggle, moved behind her and stabbed her in the chest," Wark said. He said the informant explained how Hatcher bandaged his hand and washed blood from his pants later that morning. The informant said there was a discussion about the death and the ongoing police probe, and Hatcher opted to flee Vermont to avoid detection. "The informant said Hatcher cut his hair shortly after the death as the composite produced by police greatly resembled his appearance," Wark said. The composite was based on the description that Ballard had provided the police, Wark said. Funerals Held J. ADOLPHUS DEWING FRANKLIN J. Adolphus Dewing, 90, died Monday evening in Holiday House Nursing Home in St. Albans following a long illness. Mr. Dewing was born in Franklin on Sept. 4, 1902, on the farm that had been in the family since 1812, the son of Charles and Pris-cilla (Chaffee) Dewing. "Dolph" was the fourth generation Dewing to operate the farm, from which he retired at 64 in 1966. Mr. Dewing was a 1921 graduate of Richford High School, and a member and former trustee of the East Franklin Union Church. He was an active member of the Vermont Farm Bureau, committeeman for the Franklin County Soil Conservation Service, and a member of the Founders Group of Kerbs Memorial Hospital. He also helped in the drainage research project conducted on his farm by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the University of Vermont. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Kathryn (Gilbert) Dewing of Franklin; two children and their spouses, Priscilla and Charles Gates, and Gilbert and Elizabeth Dewing, both of Franklin; 10 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and one sister, Marjorie Chaffee Dewing, also of Franklin. Burial will be this spring in the East Franklin Cemetery. Visiting hours will be Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 4 only, in Spears Funeral Home on Dickinson Avenue in Enosburg Falls. For those who wish, contributions in his memory may be made to the East Franklin Union Church, in care of Rev. Frederick Eschen-burg, Main Street, Franklin, Vt. 05457, or to the Enosburg Community Health Center, in care of Mrs. Beverly Robtoy, Main Street, Enosburg Falls, Vt. 05450. RUTH E. BLACKLOCK WEST ADDISON Ruth E. Blacklock, 92, passed away March 22, 1993, in Helen Porter Nursing Home in Middlebury following a long illness. She was born Feb. 22, 1901, in Bridport, the daughter of Horace D. and Flora Lamos Payne. She married Leon J. Blacklock, June 23, 1923. He passed away July 30, 1984. Ruth is survived by a daughter, Eleanor B. Huestis of Bridport; a son, William C. Blacklock of West Addison; two brothers, Wallace L. Payne of Bridport and John A. Payne of Weybridge; 1 1 grandchildren; and 28 great-grandchildren. A son, Stuart, predeceased her in September 1990. She was a member of the West Addison United Methodist Church and for many years was president of the United Methodist Women and remained active until her eyesight failed. She always enjoyed doing helpful things for others in spite of her handicaps. At her request, there will be no calling hours. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be sent to West Addison United Methodist Church, in care of Anita Burnham, RD 3, Vergennes, Vt. 05491. Arrangements are by Sanderson Funeral Service in Middlebury. ELEANOR M. (PLOOF) BARNES WATERBURYBURLINGTON Eleanor M. (Ploof) Barnes died peacefully in the Waterbury State Nursing Home Unit, of complica tions trom Alzheimer s Disease. The daily, loving care Eleanor received from the entire staff of Dale II, along with the kind, compassionate rendering of services from Dr. Kathleen DePierro, allowed Eleanor to live a comfortable, dignified life for the past three years. Eleanor was born in Burlington, Sept. 11, 1905. She was predeceased by her husband, Mose Barnes. Survivors include her son, Robert D. of Essex Junction; daughter-in-law, Joaquina of Colchester; grandchildren, Gary and his wife, Terry, and Randy, all of Essex Junction, Joel of Winooski, and Rob of Colchester; five greatgrandchildren, Matt of Fletcher, Danny, Gary II, and Erik of Essex Junction, and Cody of Colchester; sisters-in-law, Margaret and her daughter, Susan, and Mary, and her children, all of Burlington, Gert FLAGS, BANNERS POLES Tm Mom. Rd.n R.i'OiOuS Soo.l M'!i'y S't Ntfioo f ogn Mirn. Custom Mud. Accessories The Flag Shop of VT Fswt Towne Marhptpiarfl 879-4542 i r Homicides The arrest Tuesday in the killing of Kelli Baer in Burlington means only one homicide reported to Vermont police in 1992 remains unresolved. Cheryl Jesso Lunna, 42, of Rochester was killed when her car was intentionally run off a road in Bethel the night of April 26-27. Her overturned car was found in 2 to 3 feet of water off Camp Brook Road. "There is no new information to report on the case," state police Detective Sgt. Jeff Cable said Tuesday. The Vermont Crime Information Center in Waterbury has said 20 homicides were reported during 1992. Ploof and her children, of South Burlington; close cousins, Aileen Ploof of Burlington and Doris Pari-zo of Williston; and many nieces and nephews. At her request, Eleanor's remains will be cremated, and private services will be held in the spring at the convenience of the family. Those who wish may make contributions to the Alzheimer's Association, Green Mountain chapter, P.O. Box 1139, Montpelier, Vt. 05601, or the charity of one's choice. Arrangements are by Ready Funeral Home, South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Road, Burlington. IRMA H. BUTLER EAST MONTPELIER Irma H. Butler, 80, of Center Road died Monday, March 22, 1993, at her home after a long illness. She was born in Boston, Mass., Feb. 25, 1913, the daughter of William and Hertha (Prussman) Black. She graduated from Dean Academy in Waltham, Mass., and received her R.N. from Boston Children's Hospital in Boston, Mass. She had been a pediatrics nurse at Central Vermont Hospital, retiring in 1980. Prior to moving to East Montpelier, she had lived in Charlotte and had been the treasurer for the Charlotte Pony Club. Survivors are three daughters, Katchen Moore of Alexandria, Va., Jane Butler of San Francisco, Calif., and Lisa Jon Butler of Charlotte; one brother, Herbert Black of Winchester, Mass.; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by a daughter, Nancy. Funeral services will be heldF-riday at 2 p.m. in Barber and Lanier Funeral Home, 139 Main St., Montpelier. Burial will be in Grandview Cemetery in Charlotte. There are no calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice Home Health, RR 3, Box 6694, Barre, Vt. 05641. MARY U. MORAN WORCESTER, Mass. Mary U. Moran, 90, of Worcester, and formerly of Burlington, Vt., died March 22, 1993. She was the sister of Henry E. Moran of Worcester and also leaves nieces and nephews. She had been a registered nurse in Burlington and Worcester for 60 years. Funeral services will be Thursday at 10 a.m. in St. Joan of Arc Church, 570 Lincoln St., Route 70, Worcester, Mass. There are no calling hours. Athy Memorial Home in Worcester, Mass. in charge of arrangements. HAZEL HAYLETT TITTEMORE NEW MILFORD, Conn.SWAN-TON Hazel Haylett Tittemore, 88, a retired home economics teacher and cook book editor, died Friday in New Milford. A 1923 graduate of Swanton High School and a 1927 graduate of the University of Vermont with a bachelor's in home economics, she earned her master's from Columbia University in 1932. She is survived by her son, Lawrence Tittemore of Weymouth, Mass., and two grandchildren. A memorial service will be held Friday at 10 a.m. in the First Congregational Church, New Milford. LAURETTA G. PICHE MILFORD, Conn. Lauretta G. Piche, 83, of Break Neck Lane f Mr 7th Annual Greater Pittsburgh BOAT SHOW March 27th Praia Oiwirt rr r Exit 39 off 1-87, Plattsburgh, NY y V If SHOW DEALS: Admission: $2.00 Adults $5.00 Family FOOD L Sponsored by The Marine Dealers of JUIrMdteh Cyett I Mirtut Off m ttt Ik. A4rft4ftck Fish FlntfM (hHtt trf tacW HUM MartM RMMrttoiMiig CkMWiMt trMft MtriM MtM Clww WaUftftrti Imh' Am im Harry ALLEN, Margaret B.. 89, South Glens Falls. N.Y., Monday; bom in Montpelier Vt. BARNES, Eleanor M. (Roof), 87, Wa-terburyBurlington. BLACKLOCK, Ruth E., 92, West Addison, Monday. BUTLER, Irma H., 80, East Montpelier, Monday; a pediatric nurse at Central Vermont Hospital, retiring in 1980. CROKER, Maude, 99, Burlington. DEWING, J. Adolphus, 90, Franklin, Feb. 10 . Michael B. Deloreto, 38, Burlington charged with disorderly conduct in Burlington on Dec. 7; pleaded no contest; fined $40. March 3 Michelle Trayah, 23, Burlington charged with false pretense in Essex on Aug. 31; pleaded no contest to amended charge of passing a bad check; fined $65; charged with false pretense in Essex on Sept. 17; pleaded no contest and Harkness Drive, Milford, died Monday, March 22, 1993, in St. Vincent's Medical Center after a long illness. Mrs. Piche was born in Montreal, Quebec, on May 10, 1909, to the late Alfred and Alice (Gauthier) Perras. She was the wife of the late (Joseph) Ernest Piche. Mrs. Piche was a Milford resident for 37 years. She was a retired cafeteria cashier at Sikorsky Aircraft where she was employed for 15 years. Survivors include a daughter and her husband, Claudette and Douglas Sheppard of Milford; three sisters, Lorraine Loch of Milford, Georgette Bonner of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Cecile Nielsen of Alta Monte Springs, Fla.; three grandchildren, Craig Sheppard of Orange, Conn., Cynthia Stewart of Milford, and Celeste McGorty of West Haven, Conn.; six great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Piche was pre-deceased, in addition to her husband, by a brother, Gerard Perras, and a sister, Fer-nande Millette. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Thursday at 9:15 a.m. from the Gregory F. Doyle Funeral Home, 291 Bridgeport Ave., Milford, and at 10 a.m. in St. Mary Church with a Mass of Christian Burial. Interment will be private. Friends may call Wednesday from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. MARGARET B. ALLEN SOUTH GLENS FALLS, N.Y. MONTPELIER Margaret B. Allen, 89, a resident of Wilson Avenue, South Glens Falls, died Monday, March 22, 1993, at her home. Born July 16, 1903, in Montpelier, she was the daughter of Carlos and Harriet (Huse) Bancroft. Mrs. Allen was a homemak-er. She was predeceased by her husband, Kenneth Allen, in February 1992, and by her brother, Carlos Bancroft. She is survived by her son, Carlos Allen of South Glens Falls; a sister, Rachel England of Montpelier; a grandson, Patrick Allen of Sayville, N.Y.; and three nephews and nieces. Services will be private and at the convenience of the family. There will be no calling hours. Memorials may be made to the Moreau Emergency Squad, 5 West Marion Ave., South Glens Falls, N.Y. 12803. Arrangements are under the direction of Regan and Denny Funeral Home, Quaker Road, Queensbury, N.Y. PAUL W. TUTTLE NEW YORK CITY Paul William James Turtle, 45, died in New York City on March 8, 1993, of Hodgkins Disease. He was the son of Alice Brown Slater and the late William Tuttle and the stepson of Glenn L. Slater. He served in the U.S. Army from 1969 to 1975 and in subsequent years made his career as a professional golfer. He had been a well-known teaching professional in New York City for more than 15 years. For many years, he had been a valued associate at The World of Golf in Manhattan, working as a golf instructor and sales and marketing specialist. Since 1990, he also had consulted on golf club design. "The Tuttle" putter he designed for Callaway Golf was introduced at the 1993 PGA Golf Show in Orlando, Fla., and is now in production. Besides his mother and step- & 28th Ds Cl MM-flt Sat. 27th from 10 A.M.-8:30 P.M. Sun. 28th from 10 A.M.-6 P.M. & BEVERAGE the Western Shore NrtMM. iMttlMf , IM. rttntkvrfti R.tcry Ctw lUtort't lf1 Collar tT MrtM SH. toe Wtttpwl DUrtu, hK. A Rmw tuts, Im. 4 IP' A Unt lUrtor MartM W ' .7iIJ 7 W DEATHS Monday; was the fourth generation Dewing to operate the family farm from which he retired at 64 in 1966. FALBY, Frederick W., 53, Burlington, Monday; worked for Brigham Dairy, H.P. Hood, and as a groundskeeper for O'Brien Brothers. MORAN, Mary U., 90. Worcester, Mass., Monday; formerly of Burlington, Vt. PICHE, Lauretta G-. 83, Milford, Conn., Monday. DAY IN COURT to amended charge of passing a bad check; fined $65. March 11 Russell A. Adams, 18, South Burlington charged with burglary in Burlington on Jan. 12; pleaded guilty to amended charge of unlawful trespass; fined $250, sentenced to three to six months, suspended, placed on probation. Joseph W. Edwards, 18, Burlington charged with petty larceny in Burlington on Aug. 29; pleaded guilty; sentenced to father, he is survived by a brother, Mark Tuttle, and sisters, Glenna Alici, Cynthia Salter-Mix and Victoria Cafarelli. Private memorial services are planned in New York and Massachusetts. Graveside funeral services will be held later this spring near the home of his sister, Cynthia, in Waterville, Vt. Contributions in his memory would be appreciated to the Chi Chi Rodriguez Youth Foundation, 3030 Mc-Mullen Booth Road, Clearwater, Fla. 34621. Services Arranged ST. ALBANS LANGLAIS, Francis J. "Pat" A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Thursday at 10 a.m. in Holy Angels Church. Friends may call today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Brady and Levesque Funeral Home, 86 S. Main St., St. Albans. Interment will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Arrangements are by Brady and Levesque Funeral Home. Funerals Held BURLINGTON BESSETTE, Donald R. Sr. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Tuesday, March 23, 1993, at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph Church by Rev. Bernard Messier, former pastor of St. Joseph Church. Soloist was Celeste Hahn. Interment was in Lake View Cemetery with Father Messier reading committal prayers. Bearers were Tom and Tim Riley, Scott Godbout, Gary Nicholas, and David and Robert Barber. In attendance were communicants of St. Joseph Church, employees of General Electric, DAV, South End neighbors and members of Christ the King parish. Arrangements were by Corbin and Palmer Funeral Home, 71 S. Union St., Burlington. ST. ALBANS AUCOIN, Mark A. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated for Mark A. Aucoin on Tuesday at 10 a.m. in Holy Angels Church by Father Maurice Roy. Altar servers were James Brouillette and Arnold Hope. Lessons were read by Carol St. Peter. Clair Chevalier-Hungerford was soloist and Mary-Jo Gillilan was organist. Ushers were Maynard Pelkey and Bernard Turnbull. In the church filled to capacity were many students and faculty of James P. Callahan Memorial School, St. Albans Little League and Soccer teams and coaches, St. Albans Recreation Department, IBM, UVM, Franklin County Home Health Agency, and the U.S. Immigration Service. Bearers were GWm&D PARTS ANNOUNCIN Bond Auto Parts NEWEST Location! 683 Pine Street perfect circle' Burlington VICTOR- 660-3390 Store Hours: Mon-Fri 7:00-5:00, Sat. 8:00-3:00. Sun. Closed Tested RATH CITTEDKwutTOBiiNHB Vnill I 1 1 I Lit t IATHWM1 SYSTEMS ROCK, Michael Gregory, 5-month-old infant son of Rodney and Kristen (Corliss) Rock of Shelburne, Monday. TITTEMORE, Hazel Haylett, 88, New Milford, Conn.Swanton, Vt., Friday; was a retired home economics teacher and cookbook editor. TUTTLE, Paul William James, 45, New York City, March 8; worked as a golf instructor and sales and marketing specialist in New York and leaves family in Vermont. five months to a year, suspended, placed on probation; charged with unlawful trespass in Burlington on Nov. 8; pleaded innocent; dismissed by state; charged with false pretense felony in Burlington on Oct. 10; pleaded guilty to amended charge of misdemeanor false pretense; sentenced to two to six months, suspended, placed on probation; charged with unlawful mischief in South Burlington on Nov. 27; pleaded guilty; sentenced to five to six months, suspended, placed on probation. PAID NOTICES Ronald Bolan, Maurice Cyr, John Pepe, Michael Pyer, James Sund-guist, and Ralph St. Peter. Following prayers of committal by Father Roy, Carlton Frazier, a representative of the veterans organizations, presented the American flag from the Air Force veteran's casket to his wife, Sally Aucoin. Interment was in the Aucoin family lot in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Monday afternoon Father Roy held a Christian wake service with the family and Monday evening the St. Albans Minor League Twins presented a picture of the team and each member carried a carnation floral tribute to the family in Brady and Levesque Funeral Home. HIGHGATE CENTER DESA-NY, Mary Anne A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Tuesday, March 23, 1993, at 11 a.m. in St. Louis Church by Mrs. Desany's nephew, Father Marcel Rainville, S.S.E. stationed with the Society of St. Edmund at Fairholt Residence in Burlington. Concele-brating and delivering the homily was longtime family friend Father Jean Paul Laplante of St. Albans. Other concelebrants were Very Rev. Joseph Hart, Superior General of the Society of St. Edmund, Father Raymond Doherty, S.S.E., director of the Fairholt Residence in Burlington, Father Maurice Boucher, S.S.E., Mrs. Desany's cousin and director of St. Anne's Shrine in Isle La Motte, and Father Charles Ranges, S.S.E., pastor of St. Louis parish in Highgate Center and the Church of the Nativity in Swanton, assisted by Mrs. Desany's brother, Rev. Mr. Jean Louis Rainville, deacon of St. Louis parish. Music was provided by soloist Carrie Lewellen, accompanied by organist Mrs. Jeanne Chevalier. Readings from scripture were proclaimed by grandchildren Nicholas, Christopher and Sara Desany. Offertory gifts were presented by her son and daughter-in-law, Anthony and Jean Desany. Among the delegations in attendance were representatives from Trademark Realty, Peat Marwick, 158th CAM SQ Vermont Air Guard, Franklin Lamoille Bank, Chittenden Bank, Daughters of the Holy Spirit, Christ the King parish in Burlington, and St. Louis parish Ladies of St. Anne. Entombment followed to await spring interment in Mount Calvary Cemetery Annex in Burlington. Bearers were Mrs. Desany's six sons, Anthony J., Rene J., Joseph L., Gerard J., Peter L., and Edmond H. Desany. FAHT noun Warehouse Inventory! Have BATHFITTER install a beautiful new acrylic bathtub right over your old one. Completely installed In Just 2 hours or less Easy to clean and will not stain Custom formed seamless acrylic bath & shower wall also available & proven In 1000 s of 1 commercial & residential installations J an across North America. 2H

Clipped articles people have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 21,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Burlington Free Press
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free