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B6C Obituaries Service for Richard Walton set for June 2 By Herb Drill ! INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF ! A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. June 2 for Richard M. Walton, 85, a retired professional engineer whose Middletown Township home was of historic significance. He died Jan. 10 at Attleboro Nursing Home in Langhorne, where he had lived for a short time. The service will be held in the meeting house of George School, Langhorne-Newtown Road (Route 413, south of Route 332), Middle-town, Bucks County. Mr. Walton worked for Merck & Co., the former Publicker Industries Co., and Gulf Oil Corp. before joining the medical research division of Squibb Corp. in 1963. At Squibb, he was on the team responsible for development of the veneer coating of tablets, the Sweeta sugar substitute, Sugarcane 99, and several other product lines. He cowrote many articles on pharmaceutical research and design, and held several patents. Mr. Walton, a Quaker whose ancestors settled in the area before Middletown Township was chartered, resided in historic Jenks Hall since 1946. He deeded the property to the Heritage Conservancy. The stone house, built in 1734, originally belonged to Thomas Jenks, whose son, Thomas Jr., was the first state senator from Bucks County. A native of Moylan, Delaware County, Mr. Walton graduated from the former Media High School at age 16. He earned an engineering degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1936 and became a professional engineer in 1955. He was active with the Walton By-berry Genealogy group, tracing his ancestors to a ship of William Penn's fleet. He had provided information to the Bucks County Conservancy on an ancestor, Thomas Walmsley, who owned the site now known as Playwic-ki or the Snodgrass Farm. Among the organizations of which he was a member were the Middle-town Township Historic Preservation Commission; the Newtown Historic Association, which he had served as president; Elfreth's Alley Association in Philadelphia; the Welcome Society of Pennsylvania; and the Langhorne Men's Club. He had designed the heating and air-conditioning system to maintain documents and records of the Newtown group at the Court Inn in Newtown Borough. His wife of many years, Donnell DeHaas Dickey Walton, preceded him in death. He is survived by daughters, Kathleen Jimenez and Carolyn Martin; a brother; a sister; and three granddaughters. Burial was private. The family suggests contributions to the Newtown Historic Association, Court Inn, Court Street and Center Avenue, Newtown, Pa. 18940. Herb Drill's e-mall address Is hdrillphillynews.com In the Region FVankJ. Levonchuck Retired welder, 67 Frank J. Levonchuck, 67, a retired welder, died Sunday of complications following heart surgery at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs, Colo. Before moving to Colorado Springs in 1998, Mr. Levonchuck had been a resident of South Philadelphia, where he was born and raised. He worked as a welder for the old United Steel Barrel Co. of Philadelphia for many years. He retired about five years ago. Mr. Levonchuck was an Army veteran. He is survived by sons Michael, Frank and Albert; a daughter, Beverly Stock; and six grandchildren. His former wife, Rose, from whom he had been divorced for many years, also survives. Services will be held today in Colorado Springs. Burial will be in Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver. No local services are planned. Death Notices AMON PETER J, on Jan. 22, 2001, of Ambler, formerly of PMIaj brother ol Anna Marie Adelsberger and Gertrude Hatch, also survived by nunwoui nieces and nephews. Funeral Ma Saturday 10 AM St. John Of Tha Crou Church, Woodland and Thornton Road, Roslvn Relatives and friends ire Invited to tht Church, Saturday after 9:15 AM Interment Georoe Washington Memorial Parte. WILLIAM R. MAY FUNERAL HOME, Gfensldt ANDREWS On Jan. 21, 2001, ARLENE RAE (nee HoeteO, age 55, beloved wife of Robert W. Andrewi, Jr., of Medtord, N.J., loving daughter of Marian Hoetaf and dear lister of Marian Hoefel, both of Bensalem, Pa. Relatival and friend! are Invited to meet wrrh the family on Friday eve. 7 to I PM in, THE SCHETTER FUNERAL HOME, 304 W. Rt. 70, Cherry Hill N.J. Memorial Service I PM Interment private. Tha family requeiti In Heu of flowers that contributions In her memory be made to the Fo Chose Cancer Center, 7701 Burholma Ave, Phila, PA Hill. Death Notices ANGULO Jan. 22, 2001, MARIA LUISA "LaLa", age 9S, beloved mother of Albert W. and the late Elena A. Santora, beloved aunt of Maria R. Restrepo, beloved grandmother of Suzanne Robinson, Victoria Hlbbs, Anthony. WHbam and James Santora, Marisa Feign, Geoff Anguio, 10 great grandchildren, 5 grandnieces and nephews and It great grandnteces and nephews. Her Mass of Christian Burial w be Thurs, 1 PM, St. Bemedette R.C Church, Drexel Hil. Relatives and friends may cal from 7:30 to I PM In the Church, hit. private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Aliheirners Foundation 32S Chestnut St., Ste. 1120, Phla, Pa. 19106. BAILL Jan. 23, 2001, SAMUEL, beloved husband of Mary (nee Kandel), devoted father of Sheila (Bemie) Herskovitz and Jack (Pat) Bail, beloved brother of Shirley Schuenan, adoring grandfather of Tim (Emitv) and Nicole (Tony), cherished great R'andfather of Spencer. Relatives and friends are vited to Funeral Services Thurs. 12:30 PM precisely at GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Mt. Jacob Cam. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Arthritis Foundation, 117 S. 17th St., Suite IMS, Phila., PA 19103. Masonic Services w be held by the Mac Sanders Rising Star Lodge 126 F&AM at 12 Noon precisely. BAUER Of Phila., Jaa 21, 2001, JEAN, wife of the late WWam Bauer, sister of Catherine Sloan and Edward Herritt, aunt of Linda SloanEcker, Ken Herritt and Gavte Stout. Services Sat., 10 AM at THE FLETCHER FUNERAL HOME, 9529 Buslteton Ave. where friends may call after 9 AM hit. Sunset Memorial Park. BAUMKRATZ Jan. 22, 2001, DOLORES, of WMow Grove, Pa., wife of Michael Baumkratz, mother of Philip Baumkratz and Starr Notich; also survived by one brother, one sister and 3 grandchildren. Relatives and friends Invited to Our Lady Help of Christians Church, I5O0 Marian Rd, Abingtoo, Pa., Sat., 9 AM Funeral Mass, 10 AM Int. Holy Cross Cera In lieu of flowers, donations to Fox Chase Cancer Center, 7701 Burhokm Ave, Phila., Pa. 19111 would be appreciated. Arr. by FfTZPATRICK FUNERAL HOME, Ablngtoa Pa. BENSON On Jan. 17, 3001 PAUL; husband of ttw latt Leonort (net Braude), father of Andrew (Jema) Benson; also survived bv one grandchild. Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services Thursday 10 AJVL Roosevelt Memorial Park (Sec D-8), Trevose, PA. In Heu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to the charm of the donor's choice, (JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON, wwwJevinefuneraLcom) BLACKBURN On Jan. 21, 2001, JOHN R. BLACKBURN, JR., of Willistown, Pa., beloved husband of PoHv (nee Patton) Blackbum, loving father of J. Stephen Blackburn, John R. Blackburn, III and Catharine B. Wahn, brother of Robert H. Blackburn and Dorothy B. Lipka; also survived bv 5 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Funeral Service Fri., Jan. 26, 2001 at II AM at Paol Presbyterian Church, 225 S. Valley Rd., Pool, Pa., where friends may call at the Church Fit from 10 to II AM, with a Masonic Service 10:45 AM Int. Good Samaritan Cemetery. Memorials may be made In his name to the Shriner's Hospital for Children, 3SS1 N. Broad St, Phila., PA 19140. Family Service bv MAUGERGIVNISH OF MALVERN610-644-2240 BRADY Jaa 22, 2001, ANTHONY A., beloved husband of the late Leonida (nee Siebels) Brady of Havertown, Pa., father of Marti Brady, Anne Missimo (Edward) and Edward Brady (Carolyn); also survived by S grandchildren, Tanya, Edward Jr., Walter, Sean and Kelly and brother of Virginia HaHigan. Relatives and friends are Invited to the THE FUNERAL HOME OF JOHN STRETCH, E. Eagle and St. Denis Rds., Havertown Thurs. after 8:30 AJW and to Mass of Christian Burial in the Annunciation B.VJVL Church, (401 Brookline Blvd.), Thurs. 10 A.M. Interment Calvary Cemetery. There wiN also be viewing noun in the Funeral Home Wed. (TODAY) 7 to 9 PJVL BRAITHWAITE Jan. 20, 2001, BARBARA E. (nee Blssey), age 52 years, beloved mother of Karen and Brian, daughter of Helen Franks, former wife of Gerald Bralthwaite, companion of Pater Hellwig, Sr., sister of Charles F. Bissey, Jr., grandmother of Connor Joseph. Relatives and friends are invited to Funeral Thurs. 9 AM, HOLLEN FUNERAL HOME, 3160 Grant Ave. (west of Academy Rd.). Religious Service 10 AM Int. Forest Hills Cem Friends may call Wed. eve. 7 to 9. Family prefers donations to Epiphany Lutheran Church, 520 Livezev St, Phila., Pa. 19128. BRANDT Jan. 21, 2001 HELEN (SMITH); beloved wife of the late Harry, devoted mother of Richard (Theresa) and Harry (Joy), loving grandmother of Richard, Kenneth, Tracy Carlo, Jason and Eric and 6 great grand. Relatives and friends invited to FUNERAL THURSDAY 1:30 A.M. CARTO FUNERAL HOME, INC., 221214 S. Broad St. Funeral Service 10 AM at Funeral Home. Int. Fernwood Cem. VIEWING WEDNESDAY 7 to 9 PM BREUNINGER Of Erdenhelm, suddenly on Jan. 23, 2001, JOHN W. JR. "JACK", survived by his cousin Nancy Carver and her husband Ed and their children Steve and Mark. Relatives and friends are Invited to Funeral Services Frl. 10:30 A.M. at, CRAFT OF EROENHEIM, 814 Bethlehem Pike. Int. Private. Friends may call at the Funeral Home Fri. from 10 AM. Parking on Premises. In lieu of flowers memorials in his name may be sent to the Montgomery County S.P.C.A., 19 E, Ridge Piko, Conshohocken, Pa. 19428. CONEY JOHN f, suddenly on Jan. 21, 2001, age 57, formerly of Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish; beloved husband of Margaret (nee Burns), loving father of Colleen Raiauskf, John P., Peggy McCaffrey and Kathy Cerebe, devoted Poppy of 9 grandchildren; sadly missed by his sisters Margaret Utile, Virginia Daniero, Cecilia Bright and brothers Bernard J Patrick M. and Michael P. He was Regional Coordinator of IPPCH, a member of Black Jack Kehoe Div. of AOH and K. of C Council 4279, Bensalem. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Life Celebration Fri. Jan. 26 from 7 to 9 PJA and Sat. 8 to 9:30 AM at JOHN F. GIVNISH, 10975 Academy Rd. Funeral Mass 10 AJVL Our Lady of Calvary Church. Int. St. John Neumann Cem. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made In his name to the IPPCH, 253 Roberta Ave., Collingdate, PA 19023. COSTANTINO On Jan. 23, 2001, NICHOLAS C, formerly of Fairview, age 79 years, beloved husband of the late Yolanda (nee Brighetla), devoted father of George, Basil, Mary Beden, Angela Flllari and Susan Drummond, dear brother of Carmen, loving grandfather of Gina, Denise, Nicole, Alexandra, Nicholas, Emily, Mark, Jennifer, Jill, Stephanie, Nick, Jeremy, Dominic and Julia. Prior to retiring Mr. Costantino was emptoved at RCA and was also an Army Veteran of WWII. Relatives and friends are invited to the Funeral Fri. :45 AM at, FALCOCARUSO LEONARD PENNSAUKEN FUNERAL HOME, 6600 N. Browning Road. Funeral Services 10 AM at Lutheran Home at Moorestown hit. Calvary Cem, Cherry Hil Visitation at Funeral Home Thurs. 7 to 9 PM In lieu of flowers famHv requests contributions to Lutheran Home at Moorestown, 2SS E. Main St, Mooretown, NJ. 08057. CUTLER Jan. 22, 2001, ROSE (nee Rappaport), wife of the late Joseph, mother of Michael Cutler, Esq. and Dr. Alan Culler; also survived bv 4 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are Invited to Graveside Services Wed. 11:30 AM precisely, Montefiore Cem (Sect. 4). Shiva WIN be observed at the borne of Dr. Alan Cutler Wed. Eve. GOLDSTEINS ROSENBERGS RAPHAEL SACKS DALY CATHERINE A. (nee Berry), on Jaa 21, 2001, age 88, formerly of Mavfair; wife of the late Joseph Sr, loving mother of Pat Owens (John) and Elizabeth Purul (Wayne), predeceased bv her son John Jr, sadly missed bv her 16 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Life Celebration, Friday Jan. 26 from 10:30 to 11:30 AM at JOHN F. GIVNISH OF ACADEMY RD., I097S Academy Rd, Phila. Funeral Mass 12 Noon St. Anselm Church. Interment Our Lady of Grace Cemetery. DEAL Jan. 20, 2001, MARY JANE (nee Herbert); beloved wife of William J, dear mother of William ileal (Ramona), Kevin Deal (Genevieve), MarvJano Linker (Joseph), David Deal (Dolores), and Nancy Tursl (Michael); also 10 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Thursday 9:30 AM RUFFENACH FUNERAL HOME, 21st St. and Snyder Ave. Funeral Mass Stela Maris Church 11:15 AM kit. SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. Friends may cal Wednesday 7 to 9 PM In lieu of flowers, contributions In her memory may be made to The Poor Clares, Langhorne PA 19047; or the City of St. Juda, 2041 W. Fairview Ave, Montgomery AL 36108. DEININGER MARTHA S. (nee Stover) of Ivyland, on Jan. 22, 2001, beloved wife of Dr. John T. Deininger, M.D, loving mother of Nancy D. Cosentino and her husband Cos, grandmoiher of Tracy, Suzanne and Melissa, great grandmother of Lauren, Amanda and Melanie. FamHv and friends are Invited to her Life Celebration and Viewing Fri, 10 AM Mowed bv her Funeral Service of Christian Burial 11 AM from CRAFTGIVNISH OF ABINGTON, 1801 Old York at Old Welsh Rds. Int. West Laurel Hil Cem. DiCHRISTOFARO Jan. 18, 2001, AMERICO 'RICK', 68, of Holland PA; beloved husband of Annette (nee Bruno), dearest lather and father-in-law of Michael and Cathy DlChristofaro and Annette and Pete Oakes; brother of Oominick and Michael DlChristofaro and Jennie Jurgens; grandfather of Shane, Rick and Robert. Relatives and friends are Invited to cal on Saturday Jan. 27, 2001 from 10:30 AM until his Memorial Mass 11 AM at St. Bade the Venerable Church, 1054 Holland Rd, Holland PA. Interment was private, ki lieu of flowers, contributions ki his memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, Bux Mont Chapter, 527 W. Butter Ave, ChaHont PA 18914. (Arr. JOSEPH A. FLUEHR III FUNERAL HOME, Richboro) THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER Death Notices DURMALA Jan. 21, 2001, JOHN S. 'CUPSY'. Memorial Service, Friday Jaa 26, 2 PM from EUGENE A. GNIEWEK FUNERAL HOME, 2711-13 E. Ateghenv Ave. (cor. of THton St.-l9S Allegheny exit). Relatives and friends may cal Fri. 1 JO PM DURSO Jan. 23, 2001, ANNE R (nee Swarti), wife of Edward of S.W. Phita mother of Dale L Lonsdale, grartdrnother of Michael, Marilyn, Melissa and Monica; slster-in-lw of Sarah Swartz, aunt of Joanne M. PeHegrino, Irene Flood, Sarah MiUs and Robert Swartz; also survived by many grand nieces and nephews. Relatives, friends may cal Thurs., after 10 AJVL at KISH FUNERAL HOME, 650 Ekmvood Ave., Phila. Prayer Service, 12 Noon. Int. private. In fteu of flowers, family prefers contributions to the American Cancer Society. FARRELL Jaa 21, 2001, EDWARD J. of Ardmore, PA. Friends are invited to his Viewing Fri. 9 AM In St. Cotman Church (Lancaster Ave. and Argvfe Rd, Ardmore, PA) and to his Mass of Christian Burial at 10 AM kit. St. Denis Cam. ki leu of lowers, donations ki Ed's name to Main Line Meals on Wheels, 255 Lancaster Ave, Paol, PA 19301. STRETCH OF HAVERTOWN FERRO On Jan. 17, 2001, DOROTHY "DOTT.E" (net Wiza), age 7, of Pinellas Park, FL, forrntrty of Phila., wife of the late Eugene Ferro, devoted mother of 2 sons Eugene (Peggy) and Daniel (Sandra), loving grandmother of grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to her Memorial Mass Fri. 10 AM at Saint Ephrem Catholic Church, 5400 Huknevite Rdv Bensalem. Int. Resurrection Cem. Arr. by THE TOMLINSON FUNERAL HOME. A modest contribution in her memory may be made to the Legion of Mary, co the Sacred Heart Church, 8001 4tth St Pineias Park, FL 33781. GARSTKIEWICZ-PRESTON On Jan. 23, 2001, JULIA (nee Dragon), age 91, wife of the late Ralph Preston, of West Berlin, NJ, formerly of Upper Darby, mother of Edmund F. (Nancy) Garstkiewicz, of West Berlin, grandmother of Gary (Pam) Garstkiewicz, of Haddonfield, great grandmother of Jason, sister of Marie Ziemianski, of Phila. Relatives and friends invited to her viewing and funeral Fri, 9-10:30 AM, at THE GIOSA FUNERAL HOME, 171 H addon Ave, West Berlin. Funeral Mass, 11 AM at Our Ladv of Mt. Carmel Church, Franklin Ave. at Whitehorse Pike, Berlin. Int. Gate of Heaven Cem, Bertia Family requests ki leu of flowers, contributions in her memory to the Our Ladv of Mt. Carmel Church Bldg. Fund, 178 W. Whitehorse Pike, Berlin, N J. 08009. GIBAT SHIRLEY B. (nee Birk) of Sun City West AZ, formerly of FeastervHIe, PA, on Jaa 23, 2001, beloved wife of Albert K., dear mother of Craig (Julanne), loving grandmother of Katetvn and Kelv, sister of Ruth Huntzfnger, Alice Enderwick and Edward Birk. Relatives and friends are invited to her Viewing Fri. 7 to 9 PJVL at JAMES J. McGHEE FUNERAL HOME, 2nd St. Pike and Belmont Ave., Southampton, PA. Funeral Service Sat. 10 AM at Memorial Baptist Church, 2680 Huntingdon Pk., Huntingdon Valley, PA. Int. Whitemarsh Mem. Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to Kidney Foundation, 325 Chestnut St., Suite 725, Phila. PA 19104. GLASER LESSIE J. (nee Mendenko), of Cinnaminson N.J., on Jan. 22, 2001, affectionately known as 'ELSIE'; beioviid wife of Frank J. Glaser, devoted mother of June M. Highland, Frank J. Glaser Jr., Donna M. Lusher, Lois A. Petho, and Lessie A. Molzj loving grandmother (Mom-Mom) of Frank J. 3rd, Jacqueline, Brittany, Michael, Brian, Allison, Megan, Timothy and John. Lessie wiN be deeply missed by family and remembered as a loving and devoted wife and mother. Relatives and friends are invited to call Thursday from 7-9 PM at THE WEBER FUNERAL HOME, 112 Broad St. (River Road), Rherton N.J. (856-829-2700); and to attend the Liturgy of Christian Burial Friday 10 AM at Sacred Heart Church, 4th St. and Linden Ave., Rivertoa Interment N.J. Veterans Memorial Cemetery. Remembrances may be made in her name to The Alzheimer's Assoc of So. Jersey, 1 1000 Lincoln Drive W, Martton NJ 08053. GREEN Tragically on Jaa 20, 2001, ROBERT D. "JOKER", age 18, of Southampton, beloved son of Cvnthia Lynch, and John F. Koch, grandson of Dennis J. and tha late Constance Lynch of Southampton. He Is also survived bv a loving family of grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Relatives and friends are invited to his Funeral Sat. 9 AM. at THE WW. ROW EN GRANT FUNERAL HOME, Street Rd. and 2nd Street Pike, Southamptoa Funeral Liturgy will be 10:30 AM at Our Ladv of Good Counsel Church. Int. Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may call Fri. eve from 7 to 9 at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations in his name may be made to tha Sunshine Foundation, 1041 Mil Creek Dr, Feaslerville, PA 19053. GRIFFITH MARIE A. (nee Marsllio), on Jaa 22, 2001, of Gloucester, NJ, formerly of Drexel HiH, PA, dear wife of the late William B. Griffith, dear mother of Bill T. (Terri), Mike B. (Linda), Garry L. and Gall L. Griffith and the late Joyce Paffett, sister of Charles Marsllio; also survived by 16 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to her Funeral Service Fri. 11 AM THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 8401 WEST CHESTER PIKE (cor. LYNN BLVD.), UPPER DARBY, PA where friends may call after 9 AM Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cera GRZESNIKOWSKI Jaa 21, 2001, CHESTER W. SR.; beloved husband of the late Stella (nee Danielczyk), devoted father of Lorraine Brambilla and Louis, Stella Fahy and Edward, Celeste Flego and Lind, Susan Fahv and James, and the late Chester W. Jr.; dear brother of Laura BaU, Josephine McKenna, and Florence Potena; sadly missed bv 8 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren, and a great great granddaughter. Relatives and friends are invited to the viewing and funeral Friday 8 AM from EUGENE A. GNIEWEK FUNERAL HOME, 2711-13 E. Ateghenv Ave. (cor. of Tilton St. -195 Allegheny exit). Funeral Mass 10 AM St. Anne's R.C Church. Interment Oakland Cemetery. HALEY Jaa 22, 2001, EDWARD L, of Manavunk, age 79, veteran ot arrack on fean Harbor, ,ciiicu i.ia.ici jvi, nu.uaiiu m lire late Adeline (nee Freitas), father of Joanne Obrimski and John Haley, grandfather of Jeffrey and Sterjhen Obrimski, great grandfather of Jeffrey Obrimski; also survived bv numerous nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to viewing Thurs. eve. 7-9 PM and Fri, 9 AM at THE KOLLER FUNERAL HOME, 6835 Ridge Ave. (cor. of Livezev). Funeral Mass Fri, 10 AM, Holy Family Church. Int. Westminster Cem. In leu of flowers, Mass Cards preferred. HEATON SWAIN, on Jaa 23, 2001, of Phila., Pa, survived bv many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to his Graveside Services and burial Frl, Jaa 26 at 11 AM, Mt. Peace Cem, 3111 W. Lehigh Ave. HANCOCK FUNERAL HOME LTD. KELFFRICH On Jaa 22, 2001, ISABEL (nee Johnson), age 94, formerly a 75 year resident of Highland Park, beloved wife of the late Randolph G, devoted mother of Megan H. Steinmetz of Drexel Hil and Isobel H. Easton of Holmes; also survived bv 6 grandchildren and S great grandchildren. Memorial Service Fri. 10:30 AM ki the Calvary Presbvterian Church, 7766 Wayne Ave, Upper Darby, Pa. 19082, where friends may cal after 9-J0 AM hi lieu of flowers memorial gifts may be sent to the above named church. Interment private. FRANK C VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Broomal HELLER NORMA V. (nee Morton), on Jaa 21, 2001, age 72, of N.E. Phila, beloved wife of Charles Heter, loving mother of Charles Heller Jr, and his wife Mary Jane, of Lock Port, N.Y. and the late Norma Guriev, loving grandmother of Denise Guriev, of Phila, and Doreen Bluhm and her husband Charles w. Bluhm Jr, of Riverside, N.J., loving sister of Joseph, John, George, Mary Furr, Deiores Flanagan and the late Thefma SemeL Norma is also loving great grandmother of Charles David Bluhm, also many nieces and nephews. She passed away at Fox Subacute Center, In Warrington, PA. She was a resident for 4Vi years. Relatives and friends are Invited to her Funeral Thurs. 9:30 AM from JOHN F. GIVNISH OF ACADEMY RD, 10975 Academy Rd, Phila. followed bv Mass of Christian Burial, St. Anselm's Church. Interment Resurrection Cem Viewing Wed eve 7 to 9 PM In Heu of lowers memorial contributions to St. Anselm's Church, 12669 Dunks Ferry Rd, Phla, PA 19154, or The Christopher Reeves Foundation, CO: CRPF, 500 Morris Ave, Springfield, N J. 07081. HORN Jaa 22, 2001, GEORGE Hj beloved husband of Joan (nee Burke), undo of Teresa Konrath (William), Thomas Kennev (Helen), and Robert Kemev (Mary); also survived bv many great nieces and nephews. Relatives, friends and members of CTK Men's Club are Invited to his viewing and funeral Friday 10 AM Christ The King Church, Chesterfield Road and MorreC Ave, followed bv his Funeral Mass 11 AM Int. private. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Christ The King Church, 3252 Chesterfield Road, Phila. PA 19114; or Langhorne Gardens Nursing Home, 350 Manor Ave, Langhorne PA 19047, in his memory would be appreciated. (BURNS FUNERAL HOME) HORN On Jaa 22, 2001, WALTER S, beloved husband of Betty Lou (nee Yengkng), loving father of Katharine Speier, Walter L. and David R. Horn, and Kristine Owens; also survived by 8 grandchildren: James, Timothy and David Speier Dawn, Kknberty and Jennifer Horn, Tara and Chloe Owens and one great granddaughter Jordan Speier. Relatives and friends are invited to attend HIS FUNERAL SERVICE Thurs. Jaa 25, 2001 10:30 AM at ROWLAND-MYERS FUNERAL HOME, INC., 7013-15 Torresdafa Ave. (at Tyson), kit. private. In Heu of Bowers, contributions made kt Ms memory to American Cancer Society, 1626 Locust St, Phila, PA 19103 would be appreciated. Death Notices IACDBUCCI ANTHONY, Jaa 17, 2001, age M, of Fit, orig. from Cinckiatb, Ohio and Phla, Pa, beloved husband of the late Helen (nee Kuskl) lacoocci; predeceased bv 3 brothers and one sister; survived bv 2 aunts, 4 nieces, 5 nephews, 14 great nieces and nephews. Co-ower of Friends Cleaners, S.W. Phla. Memorial Service wet be nek) March 17, 2001 at Noon, at Christ Lutheran Church, 7240 Walnut St, Uiw Darby, Pa. ki leu of flowers, donations to the American Cancer Society or Memorial Fund of Christ Lutheran Church. KAHN Jaa 23, 2001, JANICE (nee Weiss), of Perm Vaeev, PA, wife of Kenneth M Kahn mother ol Walter B. Kahn, Andrew S. Kahn (Bruce H. Cehan) and WiWam (Buy) Kahn, sister of Howard (Buddy) Weiss, Stanley A. Weiss and Flora Webber; also survived by one grandchild Avery. Relatives and friends are invited to Services Frl. 12 Noon, JOSEPH LEVINE and SON, North Broad Street above 71st Ave. Entombment Philadelphia Memorial Park. (www.Mvmehjnerai.com) KAVANAGH Jaa 22, 2001, LAUREN REBECCA of Seattle, WA, daughter of Wittiam and Karen (nee Fischer) Kavanagh, sister of Kristin Rachel Kavanagh, granddaughter of Rose and Ed Fischer. Relatives and friends are invited to her Funeral Service Thurs. 1 P.M. precisely GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS SUBURBAN NORTH, 310 Second St. Pike, Southampton 'bet. County Line and Street Rds.). Interment Roosevelt Memorial Park. Fa miry wil return to the residence of Dale and Bruce Blum Contributions may be made to New Beginnings Women's Shelter, P.O. Box 7S12S Seattle, WA 98125. KEENAN Jaa 23, 2001, of Esslngtoa ISABELLA (DOLLY) (nee Cunningham), formerly of S.W. Philadelphia, daughter of the lata John and Kathrvn Cunningham, mother of Kathleen Zadroga, Thomas A. Keenan, Jr., John M. Keenaa Brian P. Keenan, Sr. and WiMam J. Keenaa Sr; also survived bv 12 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren, and 2 brothers, Richard and Vincent Cunningham. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral service Fri, 1:30 PM at MARVIL FUNERAL HOME LTD, 1110 Main St, Darby, PA where friends may cal after 12 noon Fri. Int. private. Contributions to Amer. Diabetes Assoc, 1 Plymouth Meeting, Suite 520, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 or Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 711 Arch St, Phila. Pa 19106 would be appreciated KELLY (see WOLF notice) KERN Of Mavfair, Jaa 22, 2001, ROBERT, husband of Emma (nee Plank), father of Margaret Lincoln and Jerome Kern, brother of Raymond Kern. Services were held at ttw convenience of the family. BISHOP KERR Suddenly, Jaa 22, 2001, THOMAS J.; beloved husband of EMzabeth M (nee Breen), loving father of Aim Marie, Deborah (Ed) Gora, Elizabeth (John) DiSciuHo, and Thomas J. Jr. (Lisa); dear grandfather of Brian, Kimberiy, Michael, Melissa, Matthew, TJ. Ill, Samuel and Marah; also survived bv numerous nieces and nephews. Relatives, friends and employees of PGW are invited to his funeral Friday 8:30 AM from SHEA FUNERAL HOME, INC, 29th and Dickinson Sts. Mass of Christian Burial Church of St. Gabriel 9:30 AM Interment SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. Friends may cal Thursday eve 7 to 9. Donations in his memory to Our Ladv of Angels School Development Office, 30th and Dickinson Sts, Phila. PA 19146, would be appreciated. KILNER In loving memory of BRENDA F. KILNER, passed away Jan. 15, 2001 at the age of 54. She is survived bv her mother Juantta, her brother FarreN, her son James, his wife April and her grandchildren Pierce and Arielie. A kinder, more generous person will not be found. She was truly loved and wiH be missed forever. LANDY Jan. 20, 2001, JOSEPH, J. of Doylestown, PA. f-fr beloved husband of Mildred B. (nee omh aearesr tamer ot James e. Landy and Joseph R. Landy and his wife Linda Brandt-Landy, dear brother of Eleanor Larson, lovina Srandfamer of Alexander Justin, and Rachel Jillian andv- Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Funeral on Wed. at 8:15 AJV1. from the JOSEPH A. FLUEHR III FUNERAL HOME, 241 E. Butter Ave. (Route 202 and Sandy Ridge Rd.), New Britain PA. and to his Funeral Mass, 10 AJVL at Our Ladv of Mt. Carmel Church, Doylestown. Int. St. John Neumann Cem., Chalfont, PA. Friends may cad on Tues. eve from a to 8 PJVL at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers Mass Cards would be appreciated or donations in his memory to National Kidney Foundation, 325 Chestnut St., Phila., PA. 19106 LEFTON ESTHER, Jan. 22, 2001; beloved wife of the lata Irving M, devoted mother of Michele Lefton-Komito of King of Prussia PA and Dr. William Lefton of Signal Mount TN, loving grandmother of Melissa, Rachel, Jeremy and Lauren, dear sister of May (Bob) Hershev of Cleveland OH. Services wil be held in Cleveland, Ohio Thursday, Jaa 25. Int. Emanu El Memorial Park. Contributions are suggested to the Alzheimer's Assn. Arrangements by BERKOWITZ-KUMIN-BOOKATZ MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 216-932-7900 LUNDY CHARLES SR, ESQ., suddenly on Wednesday Jaa 17, 2001, leaves to mount their loss: his wife The Hoa Inez G. Lundy, son Charles Jr, one daughter Enez, 3 sisters, 2 grandchildren, and many other loving relatives and friends. A Memorial Service in his honor wiK be held Friday Jan. 26 at 7 PM at The Grace Epiphany Episcopal Church, Gowen Ave. and Ardlelgh St. Prof. Services BRUCE R. HAWKINS FUNERAL HOME, 6828 Old York Rd. MAKADON Jaa 22, 2001, DR. WILLIAM EDWARD; husband of the late Frances (nee Rudnlck), father of Arthur Makadon Esq. and Dr. Harvey Makadoa father-In-law of Marcy Moore Makadon, grandfather of Claudia. Graveside Services and Interment will be private. Contributions in his memory may be made to Phila. Zoological Society, 34th and Girard Ave, Phila. PA 19104. GOLDSTEINS ROSENBERGS RAPHAEL SACKS MANG RAYMOND SR, on Jaa 22, 2001, beloved husband ot Deny m. Mang inee lempieton). loving father of Carole J. (Bill) Furlong, Bette Raa (Bill) Mawhinney, Raymond (Donna) Mang, Jr, dear grandfather of Christine. Laurie. kauivii. jeima aiiu ciuauvin. raiiuiy ana menus are invited to his Memorial Service Thurs. 11 AM from Cheltenham UM Church, Central and Myrtle Aves, Cheltenham, Pa. 19012. Contributions in his memory preferred to Cheltenham UM Church at the above address. Family Service bv DEANGEITNERGIVNISH OF FOX CHASE21S-74S-1006 MARGHIANO CONSTANTINO R, SR. on Jaa 22, 2001; beloved ksw husband of Nancy (nee LoGuirato); nving Tamer ot lonsiannra, jr. (Dotty), Cynthia (John) Benigno and Chervte Ann Marchiano; grandfather I ot iia, tara, rocco, Jessica, Jonathan, John Michael and Julian; brother of Angefo; also survived bv many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are Invited to his Funeral on Fri. aft. 8:15 AM at PENNA. BURIAL CO, INC, 1327-29 S. Broad St. Funeral Mass, 9:30 AM at St. Paul's Church, 10th and Christian Sts. Interment SS. Peter and Paul Cem, Springfield. Viewing, Thurs. eve, 7 to 9 (Ample Free Parking). In Heu of flowers, family requests donations be made to Taylor hospice, P.O. Box 147, Ridley Park, PA 19078-2284 MASSING GERT (AKA ALICE G.) (nee Brannbn) entered Into eternal rest peacefully at her residence Jaa 21, 2001, age 92; loving mother of Mary Jean and Toni (Peter) Milovcich, loving grandmother of Dana and Peter, dear aunt of James Murphv. Relatives and friends are invited to cal at the St. Peter the Apostle Church (cor. 5th t, Girard Ave.) on Sat. from 8:30 AM for the Reposing. Funeral Mass 10:30 AM precisely. Interment Holy Redeemer Cemetery. All memorial gifts requested forwarded to the above Church hi her memory. RONALD REX PISELLI FUNERAL CHPL, INC Mclean Jan 21, 2001, CHARLES S, age 92, of Lawndato, formerly of Kensington, a 50 year member of Lodge No. 9 F.&AM, beloved husband of the late Kathrvn McLean and the Late Mary MarceM-McLeaa Relatives and friends are invited to his Viewing Fri. 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM and to his Masonic Service 11:45 AM and to his Funeral Service 12:30 PM at the THE JAMES M CAMPBELL FUNERAL HOME, 500 E. Bemer St. (at 6100 N. Rising Sun Ave.) with Interment to follow In Forrest Hils Cemetery. McSKANE HARRY L, entered Into eternal rest Jan. 22, 2001, most suddenly and unexpectedly at his residence, age 72, beloved husband of Elizabeth (nee Penkauskas), loving fattier of Mark (Diane), Nek (Elisabeth), Amy (Kenneth) Boothe, grandpop of Daniel, Luis, Jacob, and Matthew. Relatives and friends are invited to cal at The St. Veronica's Church, 8329 Hotman Ave, Delair, NJ. Frl. from 8:30 AM for the Reposing. Funeral Mass, 10 AM Sreciseiv. ki leu of floral tributes al memorial girts i his memory are requestd forwarded to the donors own choosing. RONALD REX PISELLI FUNERAL CHPL, INC MENEI Jaa 20, 2001, ROSE M (nee Coveno), age 88; wife of the late Frederick J. Menel, beloved mother of Rev. Francis T. and Gerald F. Menel; also survived bv her 4 grandchlkJrea 6 great grandchildren; her sisters Rachael T. Crescents and Jenny Slant Relatives and friends Invited to her viewing and funeral Fri. 9 to 11 AM Sf. Thomas Aquinas Church, 17th and Morris Sts, Funeral Mass II AM hit. SS. Peter and Paul Cem Family request donations to Holy Spirit Hospital, 503 N. 21st St, Camp Hil PA 17011. RUFFENACH F.H. MYERS Jaa 22, 2001, AGNES M (nee MuMenback), loving wife of Edward F, of S.W. Phila, dear mother of Edward F. Jr.; also survived bv one grand and one great grandchild. Relatives and friends may cal Sat, after 1:30 AM KISH FUNERAL HOME, 6506 Eknwood Ave, Phila. Funeral Mass, 10:30 AM, Church of St. Clement. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Death Notices NOTARO FRANK C on Jaa 22, 2001, beloved husband of Marie (nee DefTito), loving father of Joseph, brother of Nancy, Mary, Santa, Antra, Ginger, Steve, Joe, Maura and Jerry; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Fri. after 9 A. M. at Stela Maris Church, loth and Bigler Sts. Funeral Mass to foaow viewing at 10 AM kit. New St. Mary's Cam, Bekmawr, NJ. ki leu of flowers, famkv requests donations be made to Stela Maris Church, 2901 S. 10th St, Phla, PA. 19148. Arr. bv PENNSYLVANIA BURIAL CO. INC 215-334-1717. PERRUCCI Of N.E. Phla on Jan 21. 2001, PAUL; beloved nusoano ot Angela tnee Dorreet;; father of Anna Marie Ruhno (Cesare) and Paul M. (Kav); oromer ot me late Marie Hippie; grandfather of Amedeo 1 (Michele). Araeia. Michael and Gina: uncle of Jama Perrucd; fie was kt his 95th vr. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Viewing and Funeral, Fri, 9:30 AM at St. Dominic's Church, 8504 Frankford Ave, followed bv his Funeral Mass at 10:30 AM Rite of Committal, Holv Sepulchre Cem. No Viewing, Thurs. eve. (ARR. BY: JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS INC 215-624-5150) FIERNIKOSKI Jaa 71 2001, VIOLET (nee Pasternak), age 92, of Huntingdon VaUev, Pa, wife of the late Joseph, beloved mother of Josephine Stoddard and her husband Richard, loving grandmother of Robert, Thomas, Joseph, Frances Demon, Susan Dunkki and Janice Moon, sister of Josephine Pasternak; also survived bv 11 great grandchildren Services and Interment private. Arr. bv FITZPATRICK FUNERAL HOME, Abington, Pa. REIN On Jaa 20, 2001, ELIZABETH M. (nee Byrne) REIN, of So.W. Phila., age Wf wife of the late William J. Rein, tovg mother of Rita M. MMer, Elixabeth Ltffertv a--d Ann Burke; also survived bv 12 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Funeral Mass, Thursday 10 AJVL from Good Shepherd Church, 67th and Chester Ave., where friends may cal from 9 AJVL Interment Holy Crou Cemetery. (Arr. WM. H. LOGAN) RICCA JOSEPHINE (nee Metlino), Jan. 21, 2001, wife of the late Emmanuet dear sister of Michetina Barbaro; also survived bv nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends invited to her Viewing and Funeral Fri rnorrang 10 AJA at Sacred Heart Manor, 6445 Germantown Ave. Funeral Mass to begin 11 AJVL hit. Hoty Sepulchre Cem. Arr. VINCENT GANG EMI FUNERAL HOME, INC RIVERA RAUL, on Jaa 22, 2001. HANCOCK F.H. LTD. SCHAUB Jaa 22, 2001, ROSALIE E. (net Heffernan), beloved wife of the late Charles M. Schaub, devoted mother of Richard Schaub and his wife Carol, dear sister of Mary Mischler and Katherine Dare, grandmother of Brian C Schaub and his wife Nicole Nicholson Schaub, great grandmother of Brian C Schaub, Jr. Relatives and friends art Invited to her Viewing Sat. 9:30 AM, St. Cecilia Church, 535 Rhawn St, followed bv her Funeral Mass 10:30 AM Int. Resurrection Cemetery. WACKERMAN FUNERAL HOME SEIDEN Jaa 22, 2001, LOUIS B, husband of the latt Lilvan, father of Dr. Kerwln (Francine) Sekfen, grandfather of Stacy, Tammy and Ray Marshall, Jennifer Seiden, great grandfather of Kirstie, Zacharv, Colin and Tristan Relatives and friends are Invited to funeral services Thurs, 1:30 p.m. precisely GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family will return to the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Kerwin Seiden Contributions In his memory may be made to your favorite charity. SEMENIUK On Jaa 15, 2001, FRANK, age 75 of S.W. Phila, son of the late Dmvtrl and Pearl (nee Stefaniuk), brother of the late Stephen Relatives and friends are Invited to his Funeral Mass Fri. 10 AM, Protection B.VM Church, 6222 Dicks Ave, when friends may cal after 9 AM Int. St. Mary's Cem, Fox Chast. In leu of flowers contributions to tha Memorial and Honor Program, St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38103 would be appreciated. KING. SHARPNACK Suddenly, on Jaa 18, 2001, EDWIN VERNON Jr., age 74 years, of Franklinville, NJ, and Sebring, FL, survived bv his wife Charlotte F. (nee Hazfett) Sharpnack, his son Richard D. (Martha) Sharpnack Sr. and his daughter Cheryl L. Sharpnack, also survived bv his grandchildren Stacey Klrwln, Richard D. Sharpnack Jr., and Robert D. Sharpnack, his sister Berry Samlak and . his brother William Sharpnack. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend his Viewing Frl. eve, Jan. 26, 2001 from 6-9 PM in THE HAINES FUNERAL HOME, 30 West Holly Ave, Pitman, NJ. Int. private. Memorial contributions art requested jo The American Heart Assn., 2550 U.S. Highway 1, North Brunswick, NJ 08902. SIMS RAYMOND T, on Jan. 21, 2001, beloved husband of Ruth Sims (nee Rifting), father of Tina Holland, Dana Sims, Lori Lewis and Lisa McGee; also survived bv his 11 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are Invited to his Memorial Service Sat. 10:30 AM at the New Life Presbyterian Church, 467 N. Easton Rd., Glenslde, where friends may call after 10 AM In leu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to the Fox Chase Cancer Center, 7701 Burholme Ave, Phila, Pa. 19111. Arr. WETZEL & SON (www.wetzelandson.com) SITKO Jaa 22, 2001, ANNA A. (nee Nvclo), beloved wife of Joseph L, devoted mother of Joseph L. Jr. (Patricia), Michele Mann (Kenneth) and the latt Lorraine McDonnell, loving grandmother of 5; one great granddaughter, nephews and nieces. Relatives and friends art invited to her viewing and funeral Frl, 9 AM, St. Josaphat Church, cor. Silverwood and Cotton Sts, Myk. followed by a Funeral Mass at 10 AM Int. Westminster Cem In leu of flowers contributions in Anna's memory to St. Josaphafs Church would be appreciated. KARCSH FUNERAL HOME SKUPSKI Jaa 22, 2001, MARY A, dear sister of Clara Skupski, dear aunt of Mary Marek, Agnes Zetnosky, Elise Campbell, Lvrm Schramn and Bil Stum; also survived bv great nieces and great nephews. Relatives and friends art invited to her viewing Thurs, 9 AM at the St. John Neuman Nursing Home Chapel, 10400 Roosevelt Blvd. Funeral Mass to follow al 10 AM Int. Our Ladv of Grace Cera In leu of flowers, donations ki Mary's memory to the St. John Neuman N.H. would be appreciated by her family. For mora info: visit www.AniericanMemorials.com (Arr. by SLABINSKI FUNERAL HOME) SMALL Jaa 23, 2001, JANET, sister of the latt Roy Small, sister-in-law of Linda Small, aunt of Tammy Brenner, Joel Smal and Brent Smal Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services Thurs. 10 AM precisely, Shalom Memorial Park (Sect. Elijah). The family wM return to the residence of Linda Smal. Contributions in her memory may be made to the American Cancer Society. GOLDSTEINS ROSENBERGS RAPHAEL SACKS SMITH On Jaa 21, 2001, MARIE G. (net Gogtia), age 84, of Norristown, formerly of Exton, wife or tht latt Robert L. Smith, Sr, loving mother of Arnie Marit McMonegie of King of Prussia, Robert L. Smith, Jr. of Chestnut Hil, Barbara Ferry of PnoenixviHe, Richard M. Smith of Exton and Dektra Holland of Chester Springs; also survived bv 10 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren, sister of Michael C Gogtia, Jr. of Parkvile, Md, Patricia Hemsley of Wvncote, Anne (Dee) H viand of Scottsdale, AZ and Bemadettt Kirman of Cape Mav, N J. and tht late John P. Gogtia, Edna Seltzer and Katherine Scholes. Relatives and friends art invited to attend the Funeral Mass on Fri, Jaa 26 at 10:30 AM at SS. Philip and James Church, Exton Visitation Fri. morning 9:30 to 10:30 hi the Church. Interment private, hi lieu of flowers memorial contributions mav be made to Regina Nursing Center, 550 E. Fomanct St, Norristown, Pa. 19401. Arr. ALLEVA FUNERAL HOME, INC, Paol SNADER Jaa 22, 2201, ESTELLE L (nee Orensteki), beloved mother of Marc (Ronnie) Snader, cherished grandmother of Jeffrey and a loving relative and friend to many. Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services Wed. 1 1:30 AM, Roosevelt Memorial Park, Trevose, Bucks Co., Pa. The family kindly asks that contributions ki her memory be made to charity of the donor's choice. JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON (wwwJevinefuneraLcom) Notice to Our Funeral Directors CHANGE OF HOURS for Death Notice Publications Beginning Monday, January 22, 2001, the Death Notice phones will be open Monday thai Friday from 9 A.M. to 6:30 PM. Faxes must be received by 6:00 P.M. to be scheduled for the next day's paper. The deadline for Saturday and Sunday will remain the same. Wednesday. January 24, 2001 Death Notices SNYDER m East Norrfton Twsp, Pa, on Jaa 22, 2001, THELMA (nee Hoser), of Meadowwood at Worcester, wife of the late Vincent Drake Snyder, mother of Phylrs E. Ingram, grandmother of Elizabeth Lee and Edward L. Ingram, Jr, sister of R. Kenneth Hoser and Emma Louisa Herming, several nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends art invited to attend a Life Celebration on Sat, Jaa 27, at 10 AM kt tht Ofcvtt Schwenkfelder UnHed Church of Christ, 619 Township Lint Rd, East Norrfton, Pa. followed bv services at II AM kit. ki George Washington Memorial Park Cem, Plymouth Meeting, Pa. ki leu of flowers, contributions ki Mrs. Snyder's memory can be sent to tht International Institute for Pigeons and Doves, P.O. Box 18476, Oklahoma City, OK. 73154-0476. Funeral Arr. bv BOYD HORROX FUNERAL HOME, East Norriton 610-277-7000 SOKXERMAN Jaa 20, 2001, FRANCES (net Elerman), of So.W. Philaj beloved wife of the late Ludwig, survived bv her sister Loom Fortuna and many nieces and nephews of the. Jones, Mulen, Huhman, Fortune and Law families. Relatives and friends mav cal Friday 9:30 AM KISH FUNERAL HOME, 6506 Eknwood Ave, Phila, Funeral Service II AM Interment Hoty Crou Cemetery. SUNDERLAND Jaa 21, 2001, FRANCIS Ej beloved husband of k- Mildred M. (net Wagner): father ot Robert J. and James F. Sunderland; also survived bv S grandchildren, Tianna, Alexis, Mary, Joseph and Michael Sunderland; brother of Doris Kopczvnski, Anna Canning, Ruth Ziegter, Carl Sunderland and Rev. William Sunderland. Relatives and friends and K. of C. Rev. John P. McHugh Coundf No. 4935 and employees of the U.S. Postal Service are invited to his Funeral Mass, Fri, 10 AM, St. Martin of Tours Church, 5450 Roosevelt Btvd, Phila, PA 19124 where friends mav cal aft. 9 AM Rite of Cornmittal, Holv Sepulchre Cem ki leu of flowers, contributions in his memory to St. Martin of Tours Church at tht kabovt address or to The Parkinson's Disease ftAssn, 6700 Eastwood St, Phila, PA 19149 would be appreciated. JOSEPH A. QUINN, INC (www.AmericanMemoriab.com) SWIFT DAVID A. SR, agt 69, Jaa 23, 2001, husband of Janet (nee Hudson), beloved father of David A. Jr. and Debra S. Maffara, brother of Robert D. and Stephen S. Swift; also 3 grandchildren Funeral Service Thurs. Jaa 25, at WiWstown United Methodist Church, I Hiicrest Rd, Newtown Square, PA 19073 at 10:30 AM Masonic Service 9:30 AM Friends mav cal 9:30 to lOJu. kit. Birmingham-Lafayette Cam., W. Chtsttr. Memorials to the above Church or Safe Harbor, 20 N. Mattack St, W. Chester, PA 19382. TO MAY, on Jaa 20, 2001. HANCOCK F.H. LTD. TRACY Jaa 22, 2001, HELENE (net Wofcltchowski); beloved mother of Elizabeth Tracy, also survived bv her mother Stella Woiciechowskl (net Kanarski), her sister Elzabeth O'Riordan, her brothers Joseph Jacobs and John Woiciechowski, nieces and one nephew. Relatives and friends are Invited to her Funeral, Friday 10 AM at THE SLABINSKI FUNERAL HOME, 2614 Orthodox St. Funeral Mass 11:30 AM St. Martin of Tours Church. Interment Private. Viewing Thurs. eve 7 to 9 PM In leu of flowers, donations ki Helene's memory to the Fox Chase Cancer Center, 7701 Burholme Ave, Phila. PA 19111, would be appreciated bv her family. For mora Info visit: www.AmtricanMemorials.com TRINKLE Dec 22, 2000, LOUIS F. SRj beloved husbond of Veronica; peacefully entered his final reward with his family at his bedside; he is also survived bv his son Louis Jr. and daughter-in-law Patricia, son William and daughttr-in-law Ardent; grandchildren Laurie and her husband Ralph Atspach, Christine, Wlliam Jr, Alison, Nicholas and his wife Jane Petronella, Shawnah and her husband Kenneth Tatie; great grandchildren Tyler, Trevor, and Preston; sister Dorothy (Sis) Gregg, and his sister-in-law Helen Trinkle. Ht wil be grtatlv misstd and lovingly rtmtmbered. Relatives and friends are invited to gather on Sat. 11 AM at THE SLABINSKI FUNERAL HOME, 2614 Orthodox St. Funeral procession wil leave for Hoty Redeemer Cemetery 11:15 AM precisely. Contributions in memory of Louis mav be made to National Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Assoc. Inc., 919 North Michigan Ave.-' Suite 1100, Chicago Illinois 60611-1676, and would be greatly appreciated bv his family. (For more info please visit. www.AmericanMemorials.com) TURNER SHIRLEY, on Jaa 21, 2001, DOROTHY (net Chism), age 92, of N. Cape Mav NJ, formerly ol Phila.; retired Keypunch Operator for Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co. in Phila.; mother of Jay Turner of Phila, D. Jane Balr ot Carlisle PA; also survived bv grandsons Christopher B. Turner, Glen D. Reilly, and Jonathan C. Bair, and 2 great grandchildren. Funeral Services will be Fri. 10 AM at Cold Spring Presbyterian Church, Cape Mav NJ 08204, where friends may call after 9:30 AM, Rev. Craig Kerewich will officiate. Donations to Cold Spring Presbyterian Church Memorial Music Fund. Int. Sunset Memorial Park, Somerton PA. EVOY FUNERAL HOME, N. Cape Mav NJ VILANOVA ALBERT S, Jan 22, 2001, husband of tha latt Marie (nee Colella), beloved father of Sandra (Albert) Frattali and Alberta (Angela' Palmieri, grandfather of Dina Robert) Sheehan, Lisa and Joseph, great grandfather al Samantha and Robert. Viewina Fri. mnmina utter 8 AM from, THE STOLFO FUNERAL HOME, 2536-38 S. Broad St. Funeral Mass 10:30 AM, St. Nicholas Church, 9th and Watkins Sts. Interment SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. WEBER Of Mavfair, on Jaa 22, 2001, KEVIN PATRICK, beloved son of Edward D. and Kathleen D. (nee Johnston), brother of Brian E, Sean M. and David and Beth Weber and famHv, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnston and Helene M Weber; also survived bv Marie and Joe Sweeney and family, Tom Johnston and family, Bil and Cathy Johnston and family, Gregory and Maria Johnston and sons. Charter Ives and family, great aunt Theresa and many loving friends, he was 19 years of age. Relatives, friends and class mates of Arch Bishop Rvan High School are invited to attend his Funeral Fri. I AM at, JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS INC, 3301-15 Cottman Ave. Funeral Mass St. Matthew Church 10 AM Rite of Committal, Resurrection Cem. Friends mav cal Thurs. 7 to 9 PM at the Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, donations In his memory mav be made to Hit Arch Bishop Rvan Bonaventure Program, 11201 Academy Rd, Phila, Pa. 19154-3397. WILSON JUDITH ANN (nee Cain), on Jaa 21, 2001, agt 60 of Maple Shade, NJ, daughter of Marie Cain, sister of Jim, Jack, Joe and Jeff Cain, beloved companion of Graham Harris. Memorial Mass Sat. 10 AM at Sacred Heart R.C. Church, 4th and Linden Sts, Riverton, NJ, Friends mav cal Sat. 9-10 AM at the Church. Interment Private. Please no flowers. Memorial contributions to tht American Cancer Society, 400 Birchfteld Dr, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054. Arr. bv LEWIS FUNERAL HOME, Moorestown N J. WOLF Jan 7, 2001, ki Charles town S.C, formerly of East Fans, KATHLEEN (net Kettv); beloved wife of Robert C. WoH, daughter of Mildred T. Petrone Kelv and the late James B. Keay, sister of Mickey Kely Ward of Tampa FL and Karen Kelv Kfopp of New York City N.Y, also survived by 4 nephews and one niece. Relatives and friends are invited to Committal Service, Saturday Jan. 27, 2001, at 11 AM precisely, in Hoty Sepulchre Cemetery, Cheltenham Ave. 8. Easton Road, Cheltenham PA. MclLVAINE FUNERAL HOME, 215-844-021 1 In Memotiams KENNEDY JR., REV. DR. WILLIAM T. ki loving remembrance of my fattier who passed away 1 year ago, Jan 24, 2000. Those whom we love go out of sight. But never out of my mind. They are cherished in the hearts Of those thev leave behind. Loving and kind in all his ways. Upright and lust to the end of his days; Sincere and true hi heart and mind. Beautiful memories he left behind. Sadly missed by your loving daughter, family and a host of friends. VAN ZANDT, JUNE Five lonely years. We miss you so much. Lovt Tom and L.P.G.

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