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THE NEWS-PRESS, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 2000 5B Obituaries Arthur Dennis Pepin, 78, big Tampa area booster TAMPA - Beer distributor Arthur Dennis Pepin, a philanthropist, civic leader and longtime sports booster, has died at age 78. The former head of Pepin Distributing Co., he died at home Wednesday night, surrounded by his family, said his son, Tom Pepin. Polly, his wife of 50 years, was holding his hand. "It was very quick. He breathed a little sigh and laid his head back," said Tom Pepin. Art Pepin ran the family company for more than 20 years before turning it over to Tom Pepin. He was known for his generosity, making large contributions to universities and hospitals after receiving a heart transplant 14 years ago. He was born in Newport, Vt., and served as a lieutenant in the Marine Corps during World War II. He moved to Tampa, in 1967. His motto was "making friends is our business," said Tom McEwen, The Tampa Tribune sports columnist who knew him well and wrote Pepin's biography: "Pep: the Fun, Full Life of a Man with a Heart." Besides his widow and son Tom, he is survived by daughters Pam Pepin of Tampa and Jill Pepin of Stillwater, Okla., and son J. Paul, also of Stillwater. Jack Kroll, 74, award-winning Newsweek drama critic NEW YORK - Jack Kroll, the award-winning Newsweek drama mtim Lee County ANDREWS, WILLIAM A., 74, Fort Myers Beach, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Moore Funeral Home, Hattisburg, MS. BLAKE, MALLORY ANN, 5, Lehigh Acres, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Akin-Davis Funeral Home, Riverdale Chapel. CINQUINI, JEAN, Cape Coral, died Thursday. Scripture service Saturday 3:30 p.m. Arrangements by Cape Coral Memorial Funeral Home. DECHAMBEAU, DENNIS A., 57, Cape Coral, died Tuesday. Arrangements by The Beachwood Society. HENSLEY, WALTER L, 89, Fort Myers, died Wednesday. Funeral services 2 p.m. Saturday. Arrangements by Fort Myers Memorial Gardens Funeral Home. N1EZGODA, ANGELICA S., 36, nmm, fomemls AGNES LOIS ALLISON JUNE 6, 2000 Agnes Lois Allison, 67, of Cape Coral, passed away June 6, 2000. Agnes is survived by her husband, Gary; daughters, Joan Willis, Beveiyn Furlong, Donna Rafert; son, Perry Cahours; sister, Mary Dampier. She also leaves seven grandchildren. ' A Service of Remembrance will be held on Saturday, June 10, at 11 :00 a.m. at Lee Memorial Park Funeral Home, 12777 SR 82. Lee Memorial Park 334-4880 JOAN MARY CINQUE JUNE 6, 2000 Joan Mary Cinque, 64, Fort Myers, died Tuesday, June 6, 2000 in Fort Myers. Miss Cinque was born August 13, 1935 in New York City, NY, the daughter of Amalia Eremus and John Cinque. She had been a resident of this area for the past 33 years, where she has worked as a cosmetologist. She is survived by a brother, Frank A. Cinque, Fort Myers; a sister, Mariann V. Lechle of PA; nephew, John Sorge of Lehigh Acres; niece, Victoria Miller of PA and two grand-nieces, Alanna Miller and Briana Sorge. Funeral service will be Saturday, June 10, 2000 at 2:00 p.m. at Harvey-Engelhardt-Metz Funeral Homes, 1600 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers. Family will receive friends one hour prior to service time at the funeral home. JEAN CINQUINI JUNE 8, 2000 Jean Cinquini, Cape Coral, died Thursday, June 8, 2000. Born in Manhattan formerly of Bergenfield, NJ, she had resided here since 1973. Mrs. Cinquini was a member of St. Andrew Catholic Church, the Italian-American Club, and a Lady of the Moose on Pine Island Rd. She is survived by her husband of 52 years, Aldo, and several nieces and nephews from Staten Island and New York State. The family will receive friends Saturday from 2-4 p.m. and 6 - 8 p.m. with a Scripture Service at 3:30 p.m. at Cape Coral Memorial Funeral Home, 3740 Del Prado Blvd. A Memorial Mass at St. Andrew Catholic Church will be announced at a later date. Arrangements by Cape Coral Memorial Funeral Home. CAPE CORAL MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME 3740 DEL PRADO BLVD. 542-3161 DONALD LAVON DEAN JUNE 3, 2000 Donald Lavon Dean was born Nov. 11, 1 944, in Fort Myers to the late Christopher and Ella Dean. He passed away June 3, 2000, in a local hospital. Mia hmthnr Christopher Dean, Jr., preceded him , in death. He leaves to cherish his memories two loving brothers, an identical twin, Ronald A. Dean, sister-in-law, Loraine Wallace, and Thomas Dean; two loving sisters, Joyce A riAn nnA trtnirm I Newmark; one son, Victor Roberts; six daughters, Alfredo Dean, Delbra Dean, Keasha Dean, lawanda Walker, Ashayla Dean and Aja Dean; ten grandchildren; seven nephews, Bryon Dean, Ronnie Jr., Terrance Dean, Gregory Dean, Shedrick Dean, Thomas Jr., and Christopher Newmark; three DEATHS ELSEWHERE critic whose career covered more than half the magazine's existence, died Thursday of colon cancer at a Manhattan hospital. He was 74. Kroll, who won awards for a piece on the 1980 death of John Lennon and for a 1982 cover story on comedian Richard Pryor, died at the New York University Medical Center, the weekly news magazine announced. Kroll, a New York native, joined Newsweek in 1963 as an associate editor in charge of the arts section and and never left the magazine. He was responsible for 19 cover stories and more than 1,200 articles in his 37-year Newsweek career. "Jack Kroll possessed one of the liveliest, sharpest, most passionate minds in American journalism," said Newsweek chairman and editor-in-chief Richard M. Smith. "We will miss him, and our readers will miss him." Kroll graduated from the City College of New York in 1954 after spending two years in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He received a master's degree in English and comparative literature before taking a job as a copywriter. In 1960, he joined the staff of the magazine Art News, doing some freelancing in his spare time. But it was after joining Newsweek that Kroll's work began to attract attention. He was promoted to the weekly's senior editor in charge of all cultural sections in 1964, became drama critic in 1967, and was named critic-at-large in 1975. A Newsweek special edition on "The Arts in America," directed by Cape Coral, died Tuesday. Services and interment Monday. Arrangements by Cape Coral Memorial Funeral Home. REED, VIRGINIA M., 77, Cape Coral, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Cape Coral Memorial Funeral Home. VINIT, ROBERT C, 55, Cape Coral, died Tuesday. Services 11 a.m. today at Coral Ridge Funeral Home. WILSON, MINNIE JEWELL, 80, Cape Coral, died Tuesday. Services 2 p.m. today at Coral Ridge Funeral Home. Charlotte County ARCHER, SAMUEL MORRIS, 82, Port Charlotte, died Thursday. Mass of Christian Burial Monday. Arrangements by Roberson Funeral Home & Crematory. nieces, Phaladya Dean, Sabrina Matthews and Keena Newmark; special cousins, Joe Smith, Jr. and Angela Marshall; a host of cousins, other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be conducted at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church on Saturday, June 10, at 1 1 :00 a.m. The family will receive friends between the hours of 6:00 and 8:00 p.m. at Hickson Funeral Home, 3696 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. SUSIE HARRISON JUNE 3, 2000 Susie Harrison was born to the union of Charles and Essie Erby December 12, 1911 in Stevens, GA. Mrs. Harrison heard the voice of the Lord on June 3, 2000, saying 'Come unto Me and I shall give the rest'. She married her husband who preceded her in death John W. Harrison Sr. (Slick) July 7, 1928 in Quincy, FL. Born to their union was 6 children; one daughter, who preceded her in death, Willie L. Brown. Mrs. Harrison is survived by her 5 children all of Fort Myers, FL Lillie (Arthur) Brown, John W. (Rose) Harrison, Jr., Willie B. (Annie) Harrison, Janie B. (James) Gaymon, Maxie (Ann) Harrison and son-in-law, Johnny Brown; 1 2 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; 8 great-great-grandcnildren and several nieces and nephews. She was loved and adored by all whom she came in contact with. Mrs. Harrison will be truely missed. Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 10, 2000, at 11:00 a.m. at Hickson Funeral Home, 3696 Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. Blvd., Fort Myers, FL 33916. Public visitation will be Friday, June 9, at 5:00 p.m. WALTER L. HENSLEY JR Waller L. Hensley, Jr., 89, of Fort Myers, died June 7, 2000. He was born in St. Louis, MO and lived in Lee County since 1 945. He served in the U.S Navy in WWII; farmed in Lee County for 10 years and retired from McCullough Farm Supply after 26 years. He was a member of the Covenant Presbyterian Church in Fort Myers. Walter is survived by his wife of 33 years, Helen Hensley; sons, Walter L. Hertsley, III of San Francisco, CA, Richard Hensley (Linda), Naples, FL; daughter, Susan Bowman Lewis, Winchester, MA; grandchildren, Karey Hensley Neely, Ashley Hensley and Walter Hensley, IV. Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 10, at 2:00 p.m. Friends may call or visit at 12:30 until the time or the service. Service to be held at Fort Myers Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 1589 Colonial Blvd., 936-0555. He was preceded in death by brothers, Robert Hensley and Jack Hensley and sister, Emily Schartel. JOHN C. KOLB SR. JUNE 6, 2000 John C. Kolb, Sr., 62, of Cape Coral, died Tuesday, June 6, 2000 at the Bay Pines Medical Center, St. Petersburg, FL. Formerly of Philadelphia, he moved to Cape Coral in 1969. John owned and operated Sunshine Pest Control on the Cape for 25 years. He was a former member of the Rotary Club of Cape Coral and a U.S. Navy Veteran. He is survived by his son, John C. (wife Chris) Kolb, Jr., Jupiter, FL; a granddaughter, Angela Kolb and two nieces Vicki Galloway and Jacki Aiken. Funeral services will be conducted 1:00 p.m. Saturday, June 10, at the Kroll, won a 1974 National Magazine Award and a Page One Award from the Newspaper Guild of New York. Kroll, a passionate fan of the New York Knicks, also won a George Jean Nathan Award for dramatic criticism in 1980, an ASCAPDeems Taylor Award in 1981 for his Lennon piece, and a Page One Award for his 1982 story on Pryor. His last cover story was a Dec. 14, 1998, piece on Nicole Kidman's Broadway debut in "The Blue Room." A memorial service was being planned, according to a statement from Newsweek. Kroll is survived by his wife, Joan Engels, a senior photo editor at Newsweek; twin children from a previous marriage, Lawrence Kroll of Irvine, Calif., and Sue Kroll of Los Angeles; and a granddaughter, Laura. Frederic Dard, 78, French writer of detective fiction BONNEFONTAINE, Switzerland Popular French writer Frederic Dard, the author of more than 300 novels including the "San Antonio" detective fiction series, has died. He was 78. Dard died of a heart attack Tuesday at Bonnefontaine in western Switzerland, where he had lived for more than 25 years, authorities in the village said Thursday. Born in 1921, Dard worked as a journalist in Lyon from 1942 to 1950 before dedicating himself to novels, theater and film. The Associated Press Information in the Deaths column is printed tree of charge. To place a listing call 335-0324. BIGGS, TAYLOR ROBERT AND RYAN CHRISTOPHER, (TWINS), Port Charlotte, died Tuesday. Arrangements by Paul Schelm Funeral Home. LEONE, ANGELA M., 80, Port Charlotte, died Thursday. Funeral services Saturday. Arrangements by Roberson Funeral Home & Crematory. NEUBAUER, ELSIE M., 95, Port, Charlotte, died Thursday. Arrangements by Paul Schelm Funeral Home. Collier County RHODES, ELIZABETH (BETH), 85, Marco Island, died Wednesday. Arrangements by Hodges-Josberger Funeral Home. SIBLEY JR., JAMES W., 96, Naples, died Monday. Arrangements by Hodges Funeral Chapel. Information in the Deaths and Funerals column is paid advertising. To place an obituary call 335-0324. For obituaries online, see www.news-press.com. Metz Funeral Chape. The family will receive friends for viewing Friday evening between the hours of 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Arrangements by the Metz Chapel of Harvey-Engelhardt-Metz Funeral Homes, 1306 Lafayette St., Cape Coral. JACK RAY MORRIS JUNE 7, 2000 Jack Ray Morris, 66, of Cape Coral, died June 7, 2000. He was born in Detroit, Ml. A son of Ray and Ida Morris, he was a veteran of the Korean War serving in the Army, he received th Korean Service Medal with two Bronze Stars, U.N. Service Medal, National Defense Medal. Jack worked for Chrysler as a machine repairman for 28 years retiring in 1993. He devoted much time to the Boy Scouts and Teenagers in Warren, Ml. Upon his retirement he moved to Cape Coral and was active in the Gulf Coast Church of Christ particularly The McGregor Singers of Outreach Ministry. Jack enjoyed family and life. Mr. Morris is survived by his father Ray of Cape Coral; his loving wife of 45 years Dorothy M.; his children, Barry and Laura Morris of Cape Coral, Steve and Patti Morris of GA, William and Elaine Morris of Fort Myers; his brother and sister-in-law Jerry and Elaine Morris of Ml; his sister and brother-in-law, Gail and Kim Shuherk of Cape Coral; his grandchildren, Mike, Rick, Heather, Deann, Lindsay, Shannon, Ashley, Blake, Michael and two great-grandchildren Ethan and Kin slay. A funeral service will be conducted at Gulf Coast Church of Christ on Saturday, June 10 at 10:00 a.m. with Ministers Randy Simmon and Rev. Steve Caldwell officiating. The family will receive friends at Cape Coral Memorial Funeral Home on Friday 4-9 p.m. Interment will be in Fort Myers Memorial Gardens Cemetery with Military Honors by American Legion Post 38. CAPE CORAL MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME 3740 DEL PRADO BLVD. 542-3161 RUTH ELLEN ROBERTS JUNE 2, 2000 Ruth Ellen Roberts, 73, a resident of Fort Myers and Bonita Springs for the past 1 3 years and formerly of Madeira, OH, passed away in the care of Hope Hospice and Family June 2, 2000. Surviving are her husband of 21 years, Harry Cleveland Roberts, Sr. of Fort Myers; son, Robert Owen Bertram and granddaughter, Monica Rae Bertram of Summerland Key, FL; stepchildren, Suzanne Jump (Robert), Warren Roberts and Harry Roberts, Jr. all of Cincinnati, OH and Darlene Murphy (James) of Venice, FL; 9 step-grandchildren and 12 step-greatgrandchildren. A memorial service will be held at Cypress Lake Presbyterian Church Sunday, June 11, 3:00 p.m. with Dr.' Bruce N. Merton, Pastor officiating. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in memory of Ruth to Hope Hospice House, 9470 HealthPark Cir., Fort Myers, FL 33908. In Loving Memory DON R. NIELSEN 6999 Still miss you 'Mr. Soft Hair, Blue Eyes.' Love Rusty P.S. You missed the first class cruiz , I won for two!!! Jeff MacNelly, cartoonist, dies The Associated Press CHICAGO Chicago Tribune cartoonist Jeff MacNelly, three-time Pulitzer Prize winner and creator of the daily comic strip "Shoe," died early Thursday. He was 52. He died at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore after battling lymphoma since late last year. "Jeff was simply the most brilliant political cartoonist of the time," Tribune editor Howard A. Tyner said. "No one had an eye and a sense of humor like his. And he was as funny personally as he was in print." MacNelly, who lived in Rappahannock County, Va., won the Pulitzer Prize for his editorial cartoons in 1972, 1978 and 1985. He won his first when he was only 24, after working at the Richmond News Leader in Virginia for just 16 months. After more than 10 years at the News Leader, he joined the Tribune in 1982. But editorial cartoons weren't his only outlet. In 1977, MacNelly began the daily comic strip "Shoe," about a newspaper's cranky editor and its two-bit hacks, all of whom just happen to be birds. The cigar-chomping boss of the Treetops Tattler was P. Martin Shoemaker, inspired by MacNelly's former boss Jim Shumaker, now a University of North Carolina professor. He also illustrated humorist Dave Barry's syndicated column. In an interview with AP Network News in 1987, MacNelly said he originally drew humans, "but it was terribly boring." "But a bird smoking a cigar is an interesting sort of bird. You really want to listen to him," MacNelly said. "And you've got flying stuff and things in trees. It's kind of zany on its face to have a bunch of birds walking around with clothes on." Horizon Funeral Home & (Vernation renter Is one of the few family-owned funeral homes In Lee County. Harvey, F.nnelhardt, Metz Phil Kker all the "Memorial" funeral homes and every funeral home located at a remetery are owned hy large national totnoralionsi Because our overhead Is lower and we do not pay sales commissions, our prices are dramatically less than the corporate-owned funeral homes, and our level of service Is fur superior. GUARANTEED! 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