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3 Che 13urtington.f ret Press c Tuesday, March 14, 1995 Have a question? Ask the Help desk. Call 865-0940 or (800) 427-3124 between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday to Friday. Fax: 660-1802; E-Mail: bfreepressaol.com PACE 2fl Mail: Burlington Free Press P.O. Box 10, Burlington, Vt. 05402 Fax: 660-1802. Deaths The Free Press announces the death of any Vermonter. The free announcements appear daily on Page 2B. Desautels, Mildred K., 82, Burlington; was a member of Christ the King parish and belonged to the Catholic Daughters of the Americas and St. Ann's Society. Garahan, Catherine A. "Kate," 78, Ithaca, N.Y., March 10; leaves family in Vermont. Gross, Jo-Ann Lynn, 39, Colchester, Sunday; had worked as a deputy prosecutor for Franklin County until 1994, and most recently had worked for the Vermont State Water Resource Department as an enforcement attorney. Hotte, Barbara Mary, 72, Bridport, Sunday. Kane, Genevieve V., 80, of Barre, Sunday; formerly of Burlington, she had been a mangle operator for a local laundry in Burlington for several years. Monty, Kathryn M. "Kay," 57, Alstead, N.H.; had been a caregiver for Floyd and Lillian Smith of Walpole, N.H., for many years, and leaves family in Vermont. Rozzi, Pasquale, 67, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, March 8; formerly of South Burlington, Vt. and Montreal, Canada. Shortsleeve, Russell H., 71, Death Notices and Funerals Held ' y ' 2 -': MILDRED K. DESAUTELS Mildred K. Desautels, 82, of 36 Howard St., Burlington, died Monday, March 13, 1995, at Fletcher Allen Health Care following a lingering Illness. She was born in Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada, Nov. 29, 1912, the daughter of the late Olio B. and Evanella (Matthews) Calder. She was married Sept. 1, 1930, in Rutland, to Conrad R. Desautels. She was an active member of Christ the King Parish and belonged to the Catholic Daughters of America and St. Ann's Society. She is survived by her husband, Conrad R. Sr. of Burlington; five daughters, Mrs. Marion Char-bonneau, Pauline Desautels, An-nemarie Leggett and her husband, Arnold, and Kathaleen Hayes and her husband, Daniel, all of Burlington, and Patricia Maynard and her husband, George, of Colchester; six sons, Conrad R. Jr. and his wife, Lois, of Burlington, Eugene J. of West Palm Beach, Fla., Wayne B. and his wife, Ronda, and John A. and his wife, Diane, all of Burlington, and Jerry and his wife, Sheri, and Kenneth and his wife, Melissa, all of Colchester; 28 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; one brother, Hilton F. Calder and his wife, Erla, of Alliston, Ontario, Canada; and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a brother; two sisters; a grandson, Alan Char-bonneau, in 1975; and a son-in-law, Robert Charbonneau, in 1992. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Thursday at 11 a.m. in Christ the King Roman Catholic Church with interment to follow in New Mount Calvary Cemetery. For those who wish, memorial donations may be made to the Visiting Nurse Association, 25 Prim Road, Colchester, Vt. 05446. Visiting hours will be held Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Ready Funeral Home, South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Road, Burlington. CATHERINE A. (KATE) OARAHAN ITHACA, N.Y. Catherine A. (Kate) Garahan, 78, of 111 Horizon Drive, died Friday, March 10, 1995, at her home. She was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., daughter of the late James and Amelia Heinrichs Slavin. She was the widow of Thomas Garahan, who died in 1988. They had been married for 46 years. Kate had received a B.S. from Brooklyn College and a M.S. from both New York University and Queens College. She taught at Queens College in the late 40' s and in the Franklin School District on Long Island for close to 20 years in the 60 s and 70's. Prior to moving to Ithaca In 1989, she had lived in New Hyde Park on Long Island from 1947 until 1974, when she and Tom moved to Warwick. She was a member of St. Catherine of Siena Parish and the Brooklyn College Alumni Association. She was a former active member of the American Associa Ferrisburgh, Saturday. Death announcements list the name, age, occupation and date of death. Announcements may be submitted in writ ng by family or funeral homes by calling Donna Coffrin at 865-0940 or (800) 427-3124 between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m.; and between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Saturdays. Births The Free Press prints birth announcements of any child born in Vermont or born to Vermont parents or grandparents. The announcements appear daily on Page 2B. BARRE Roy, Bobbi Jo and Bernard Suprenant, had a son, March 12, at CV. BURLINGTON Camper, Deborah (Thibodeau) and Eric, had a daughter, Mikayla Joy, March 6, at FAHC. Halley, Wendy (Kessler) and Adam, had a son, Ethan Kessler, Feb. 28, at home. Huss-Holtzapfel, Shashana and Heinz Holtzapfel, had a son, Felix Asher Joseph Anshel, Feb. 24, at home. COLCHESTER DUBUQUE, Cathleen (Humphrey) and Travis, had a daughter, Hailey Lena, at FAHC. Phelps, Tammi L. and Charles R. Tandy, had a son, Tyler James, March 8, at FAHC. tion of University Women. Kate is survived by her children, Kathleen Judge of Killington, Vt., Ann Lemley of Ithaca, Peter Garahan of Great Falls, Va., Patrick Garahan of Burlington, Vt., Terence Garahan of Ithaca, Edmund Garahan of Dallas, Texas, 'and Frank Garahan of Mission Viejo, Calif.; sons-in-law and daughters-in-law, James Judge, John Lemley, Maryann Garahan, Margaret Garahan, Bonnie Shelley, Barbara Garahan and Alison Garahan; her grandchildren, Alison, Bridget, Claire and Dierdre Garahan, Megan and Bethan Lemley, Maneli Khodai, Molly, P.J. and Anna Garahan; her siblings, Dolores Craven, Anna Grimes, Mary Brandoff, Grace Murphy, Joseph Slavin and James Slavin. She is also survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated by Rev. Laurence Barnett on Monday at 10 a.m. in St. Catherine of Siena Church. Burial will be in Pleasant Grove Cemetery in the spring. Friends may call Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. in Bangs Funeral Home, 209 W. Green St., Ithaca, N.Y. 14850. Donations in Kate's memory may be directed to Tompkins County Office for the Aging, 320 N. Tioga St., Ithaca, N.Y. 14850. JO-ANN LYNN GROSS COLCHESTER Jo-Ann Lynn Gross, 39, died Sunday following a tragic accident. She was surrounded by her loving family as God called her to his side. She was born In Newark, N.J., in 1955, the beloved daughter of Henry J. and June V. Gross. She graduated from Mount Saint Mary's Academy in North Plain-field, N.J., in 1973 and went on to receive her bachelor of science degree from St. Bonaventure University. She worked as a supervisor in the nuclear medicine department of St. Vincent's Hospital in Staten Island. She received a master of science in microbiology from Wagner College. She graduated from Vermont Law School in 1986 and worked as a Deputy Prosecutor for Franklin County until 1994. She was most recenlty employed by the Vermont State Water Resource Department as an Enforcement Attorney. She will be dearly missed by her many friends and colleagues. Jo-Ann was a member of Our Lady of Grace Church in Colchester, where she was a religious educator for the children of the parish. A special light in her life were her niece, nephews, Godchildren and all the children whose lives she touched. She is survived by her mother, June V. Gross of Essex; her brother, Henry J. Gross of Willis-ton and dear friend Elaine Egidio; her sister, Jane, and her husband, Thomas Lewandowski; her much loved nephews, James and Timothy, and niece, Meredith Lewandowski; her aunt and uncle, Betty and William J. Young of Layton, N.J.; her cousins, Marylou and Ed Shea and daughter Alexis PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF COLCHESTER THIRD INSTALLMENT OF TAXES DUE MARCH 15, 1995 Penalty, To avoid penalty and interest, lull payment must actually be received by the Treasurer's Office no later than 5:00 P.M. on March 15, 1995. We will be open on March 10, 13, 14 and 15th Irom 8: A.M. to 5:00 P.M. lor your convenience. We have a drop box in the Municipal Building. Pay at the Town Clerk's Office, Municipal Building, Blakely Road. Direct debit of bank accounts lor tax payments is available. Call the Town Clerk's Office for information. Joyce S. Sweeney Town ClerkTreasurer March 10, 13. 14 & 15 ESSEX JUNCTION Guay, Veronica (Finnegan) and Mario, had a son, Andrew Mario, March 8, at FAHC. MIDDLESEX Travers, Robert and Kimberly (Elia), had a son, Liam Oshana Elia Travers, March 8, at FAHC. ST. ALBANS Greene, Robbin and Jerome Wells, had a daughter, Rachel Kathleen Greene Wells, March 7, at FAHC. SHELBURNE Cleveland, Jennifer (Adams) and Albert, had a son, Silas Kacher, March 8, at FAHC. SOUTH BURLINGTON Jenot, Jodie (Whitehouse) and John, had a daughter, Jamie Lee, March 3, at FAHC. SOUTH HERO Fossl, Colleen (Morgan) and Herman, had a daughter, Sheila Antonietta, March 8, at FAHC. WILLIST0N Lavalette, Catherine (Akey) and Randy, had a daughter, Kari Anne, March 7, at FAHC. HOSPITALS: FAHC Fletcher Allen Health Care, Burlington; NWMC Northwestern Medical Center, St. Albans; PMC Porter Medical Center, Middlebury; COP Copley, Morris-ville; CV Central Vermont, Berlin; QM Gifford Medical Center, Randolph. Birth announcements may be submitted in writing by the hospital, parents or grandparents. For information, call Lisa Hedbor at 865-0940 or (800) 427-3124 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. of Princeton, N.J., Susan and Anthony Young-Schiavo and their sons, Erin and Lorin of West Long Branch, N.J. Her father, Henry J. Gross Jr., predeceased her in 1982. Grieve not.. .nor speak of me with tears. ..but laugh and talk of me. ..as though I were beside you. I loved you so. ..'twas Heaven here with you. Friends may call at Memorial Funeral Home in Fanwood, N.J., from 7 to 9 p.m. on March 15, 1995. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Mount Saint Mary's Chapel in North Plainfield, N.J., on Thursday, March 16, 1995. Interment will be at Hillside Cemetery in Plainfield, N.J. immediately following. A memorial service will be held In Our Lady of Grace Church in Colchester, on Saturday, March 18, 1995 at 11 a.m. by Father Brian Mead officiating. Those wishing to express sympathy are asked to make a contribution to their local Make-A-Wish Foundation. BARBARA MARY HOTTE BRIDPORT Mrs. Barbara Mary Hotte, 72, wife of Lucien Hotte Sr., died unexpectedly Sunday morning, March 12, 1995. A full obituary will be in Wednesday's Burlington Free Press. Sanderson Funeral Home in Middlebury in charge of arrangements. GENEVIEVE V. KANE BARRE Genevieve V. Kane, 80, of Rowan Court Nursing Home and formerly of North Champlain Street, Burlington, died Sunday at the Central Vermont Hospital in Berlin. She was born in Burlington on January 1, 1915, the daughter of the late Thomas and Cora (Provost) Kane. She was employed as a mangle operator for a local laundry in Burlington for several years. She was a member of the Cathedral Parish in Burlington. She is survived by several nieces and nephews. She was also predeceased by five brothers and two sisters. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception In Burlington with burial to follow in New Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Burlington. There will be no visiting hours. Arrangements are by Ready Funeral Home, South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Rd., Burlington. KATHRYN M. (KAY) MONTY ALSTEAD, N.H., Kathryn M. (Kay) Monty, 57, of Library Avenue, died Monday morning at her home following a long illness. She was born June 21, 1937, in Newport, N.H., the daughter of James E. Sr. and Arline M. (Hook) Allen. Mrs. Monty attended elementary school in Lempster, N.H., and MadLe Engraved in Brass Aluminum Plastic 800-2 Trophy Fax 655-4600 862-3000 ADA-signage available 97 Roosevelt Highway (top of Sunny Hollow) Colchester, VT Sis Man faces By Mike Donoghue Free Press Staff Writer WHITE RIVER JUNCTION A Rochester man who officials contend was responsible for his estranged wife's death three years ago is scheduled to be arraigned in Vermont District Court today on two charges related to her death. Douglas Lunna, 52, will face charges of leaving the scene of an accident with death resulting, and careless and negligent driving with death resulting, Windsor County State's Attorney M. Patricia Zimmerman said Monday. Casino developer: Dean plan falls short The Associated Press BENNINGTON The Las Vegas developer who wants to open a casino in Pownal said Gov. Howard Dean has failed the people of southwestern Vermont by not offering credible options to his development plan. Nelson added his criticism to those of Bennington County residents who felt that plans unveiled by the Dean administration last graduated from Villas High School, where she was the recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizenship Award. She worked as a care giver for Floyd & Lillian Smith of Walpole, N.H., for many years. Mrs. Monty lived in Alstead since 1956. She was a member of the Holy Spirit Church in Alstead, the Vilas Alumni and the Alstead Outing Club. She also was a member of the Silver Mt. Grange in Lempster, N.H. Her family and friends were the center of her life. On Nov. 19, 1955, in Walpole, N.H., she married Raymond E. Monty Sr., who survives. She is also survived by three sons, Raymond E. Monty Jr. of Rockingham, Vt., Mark J. Monty of Milton, Vt., and Shawn A. Monty of Manchester, N.H.; one daughter, Kelly M. Stamm of Essex Junction, Vt.; three brothers, James E. Allen Jr. of Charlestown, N.H., Stephen L. Allen of Alstead, N.H., and William C. Allen of Sunapee, N.H.; one sister, Susan C. Young of Lang-don, N.H.; and 13 grandchildren, Amber, Heidi, Jessica, Raymond E. Ill, Jed, Alicia and Cody Monty, all of Rockingham, Vt., Timothy, Bailey Kay, and Maddie Monty of Milton, Vt., Joshua and Jennifer Stamm of Essex Junction, Vt., and Michael Monty of Manchester, N.H. Mrs. Monty was predeceased by a son, Timothy, who died in infancy in 1960. A funeral Mass will be celebrated by Rev. Shawn Therrien on Thursday at 11 a.m. in Holy Spirit Church, (3rd Congregational Church), River Street, Alstead, N.H. Calling hours will be Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Fenton & Hennessey Funeral Home, Bellows Falls, Vt. Burial will follow the service in St. Peter's Cemetery in Drewsville, N.H. Memorial contributions in Mrs. Monty's memory may be made to the Kingsbury Center for Cancer Care, 580 Court St., Keene, N.H. 03431, or Hospice of the Monad-nock Region, 64 Main Street, Keene, N.H. 03431. PASQUALE ROZZI WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Canada Pasquale Rozzi, 67, formerly of South Burlington, Vt. and Montreal, Canada, died unexpectedly Wednesday, March 8, 1995. He was born in Portland, Maine, April 18, 1927, the son of Dominic and Santa (DeRice) Rozzi, who predeceased him. Surviving are two sons, Marc and David, and two daughters, Margaret and Stephanie, all of Winnipeg; three brothers, Frederick and his wife, Patricia, of Portland, Maine, Lawrence and his wife, Gloria, of BANKRUPTCY STOPS: YOU KEEP: Car House Repossessions , Qars ' Foreclosures 'Pension Creditor 'Clothing Harassment . Jewelry "Wage . IRA Garnishments Lawsuits ,Furnishin9s WIPES OUT 'Accounts CREDIT CARD AND MUCH DEBT MORE FREE CONSULTATION SEE OUR NYNEX YELLOW PAGE AD TAYLOR & MIKELL ATTORNEYS 658-3337 charges in wife's death Cheryl Jesso Lunna, 42, of Rochester was killed the night of April 2627, 1992, state police said. Lunna's death was considered the only unsolved case among the 20 homicides reported to police in 1992, officials said. Douglas Lunna shortly after the crash told The Burlington Free Press that he had no idea why somebody would strike his wife's car and send it over an embankment without stopping to offer help. The victim had separated from her husband shortly before the accident, officials said. ' The woman's body was found week were too vague. "Governor Dean breaks his promise to Bennington County by outlining no firm jobs in his much publicized proposals for Green Mountain Park, and now to take the spotlight off his failure he is trying to put the blame on me by inferring the jobs we have specified will not be fulfilled," Nelson said in a statement. Nelson has vowed to invest $30 million in the Pownal track South Burlington, and Robert Rozzi and his wife, Niana of Marco Island, Fla.; a sister-in-law, Jacqueline of South Burlington (wife of Dominic, who predeceased Pasquale in 1994); two sisters, Marie Plourde of Portland, Maine, and Carolyn Chaplin and her husband, William, of Foxboro, Mass.; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, on March 10, 1995. A memorial service will be held in Portland, Maine, at a later date. RUSSELL H. SHORTSLEEVE FERRISBURGH Russell H. Shortsleeve, 71, died Saturday in Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort Myers, Fla., from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. A complete obituary will appear later this week in the Free Press. Contributions may be made to the Vergennes Area Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 1 1 , Vergennes, 05491 or Bristol Rescue Squad, Bristol, Vt. 05443. Brown-McClay Funeral Home in Vergennes in charge of arrangements. Services Arranged ELIZABETH SALISBURY BRADFORD VAN NORDEN SHELBURNE Memorial services for Elizabeth Salisbury Bradford Van Norden, who died Friday, March 3, 1995, will be held Saturday, March 18, 1995 at 11 a.m. in Trinity Episcopal Church in Shelburne. A second memorial service will be held July 16, 1995 at 2 p.m. in St. John's Episcopal Church in Essex, N.Y. Funerals Held WINOOSKI . BROSSEAU, Jeanne M. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Monday at 11 a.m. in St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church by Rev. Richard Lavalley. Concelebrant was Rev. Peter Routhier. Music was provided by Mrs. Gertrude II he April 21-23 and April 27-30, 1995 Flynn Theatre, Burlington Tickets are $17, $14 and $7. Half-price seniors & students at April 23 matinee only. For tickets call the Flynn Theatre Box Office (863-5966), the UVM Campus Ticket Store (656-3085) or stop by Laser World in Essex orAbbs Place in Montpelier, Group discounts are available. Sponsored in about 7:30 a.m. April 27 after a passing motorist spotted her overturned car off Camp Brook Road in Bethel, police said. Her body was in the brook, they said. Zimmerman declined to say what led to the charges being filed, but did confirm the statute of limitations the time in which charges could be filed would expire this April. State Police Capt. Kerry Sleeper said in December that he expected charges could be filed in about half dozen unsolved homicides during the first six months of this year. and create 1,500 jobs if he wins state approval for a casino. The gambling resort would generate annual tax revenues of $16 million, Nelson said. The plan is fiercely opposed by Dean and other administration officials. In January, Dean promised to find other uses for the closed Green Mountain Race Track, and state officials unveiled three development options last week. PAID NOTICES Picher, organist, and Mr. Thomas Kane, soloist. Interment followed in St. Francis Xavier Cemetery with Father Lavalley offering committal prayers. Bearers were Jeff, Chris, and Mike Brosseau, Robert Gamelin, Roger, and John Mer-cure. Arrangements were by Lav-igne Funeral Home, Winooski. HUNTINGTON ELLIOTT, Leonard A. Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. In the Huntington United Baptist Church with Rev. Robert Martens officiating. Organist was Marilyn Martens. Pianist was Shirley Weaver and soloist was Meg Guilfoy. Remembrances were by David Cope-land. A delegation from United Parcel Service attended. Bearers were Larry Newton, Steve Simpson, Jim Boomhower and Moe Fitzgerald. Private interment will be at a later date in Nova Scotia. BURLINGTON GROSTIC, Patricia J. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Monday, March 13, 1995, at 11 a.m. in Christ the King Roman Catholic Church by Monsignor John Fradet. Readings were by Sister Helen Folinos. Interment followed In Resurrection Park Cemetery in South Burlington with Monsignor Fradet reading committal prayers. Bearers were David J. Grostic, Donald P. Grostic, Michael A. Massetti, Robert B. Steinberg, Sean P. Miller, and Eric A. Miller. Arrangements were by LaVigne Funeral Home in Winooski. SHELBURNE OAKLEY, Agnes I. "Peggy" Funeral Services were held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Shelburne United Methodist Church by Rev. Sidney J. Lambert, Pastor, officiating. Organist was Bonita Johnson Lambert. Attending were several residents from The Terraces. Burial will be in the Shelburne Village Cemetery later in the spring. Bearers were James Dowd, Donald Moore, Jeffrey Moore and Larry Young. Arrangements were by Ready Funeral Home, South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Rd., Burlington. part by IWPTZ-TV IKltf , IC, an y. in 1c At. an in in lor rs. ic, A. r. e

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