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NEWS-PRESS, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1990 DEATHS, FUNERALS DEATHS Information in the Deaths and Funerals column is paid advertising. To place an obituary call 335-0324. Information in the Deaths column is printed free of charge. To place a listing call 335-0324. Coral, service Saturday, arrangements by Cape Coral Funeral Home.
Collier County BAIN, JAY 83, of Naples, no services, arrangements by David K. Johnson Funeral Home. CALCATERRA, VONETTA 71, of Marco Island, services Thursday, arrangements by Josberger Funeral Home. HEAVEY, FRANK, 93, of Naples, services March 26, arrangements by Pittman Funeral Home. MARTINO, RAYMOND, 78, of Naples, services Thursday, arrangements by David K.
Johnson Funeral Home. REYNOLDS, THEODORE, 67, of Naples, services Thursday, arrangements by Pittman Funeral Home. Charlotte County SINCLAIR, TALBOT, 73, of Port Charlotte, died Wednesday at Faw-cett Memorial Hospital in Port Charlotte. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Anglican Church of St.
Paul, 436 Barrett Murdock. Internment will be held at a later date in Virginia. Paul Schelm Funeral Home, 3044 Caring Way, Port Charlotte is in charge of arrangements. hardt Funeral Home, Colonial Chapel. FRAYNE, J.
KENNETH, 78, of Tahiti Village, memorial service Friday, arrangements by Walter Shikany's Bonita Funeral Home. HOFMANN, JACK 59, of San Carlos Park, Christian Funeral Mass Friday, arrangements by Phil Kiser Funeral Home, Inc. HUGHES, LOUISE, 80, of Fort Myers, service in Berkley, local arrangements by Stuckert-Mc-Farland-Schmidt Funeral Home. HUMNISKI, JEAN, 63, of Fort Myers, private arrangements by Direct Cremation Society. KESSLER, NADINE FRANCES, 72, of Lehigh Acres and North Carolina, arrangements by National Cremation Society.
MORRIS, G. CAROLINE, 75, of North Fort Myers, arrangements by National Cremation Society. ODOM, NICHOLAS 86, of south Fort Myers, private arrangements by Harvey-Engelhardt Funeral Home and Crematory, Colonial Chapel. WOLFE, GEORGE 88, of Cape Coral, arrangements by National Cremation Society. ZMUNT, VERNON 81, of Cape Lee County BAGSHAW, WALTER, 84, of North Fort Myers, services Saturday, arrangements by North Fort Myers Funeral Home.
BRAATEN, ALV1N JOHN, 76, of Fort Myers, arrangements by National Cremation Society. CARTER, JAMES 92, of Olga, service Friday, arrangements by Memorial Gardens Funeral Home. CHERRY, LENA ALLEN, 81, of Fort Myers, memorial service in Fort Myers, arrangements by Harvey-Engelhardt Funeral Home and Crematory. DeHAYS, HARRIETT 73, of Fort Myers Beach, service Saturday, arrangements by Harvey-Engelhardt Funeral Home, Beach Chapel. DUBRIDGE, ROBERT En 73, of Belmont, arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home.
ELAM, MICHAEL DAVID, 30, of Fort Myers, memorial service Sunday, arrangements by Harvey-Engelhardt Funeral Home, Colonial Chapel. FITZGERALD, MARJORIE 69, of Fort Myers, private services, arrangements by Harvey-Engel Park, died Tuesday, March 13, 1990. He had been a resident here for the past, three years, formerly of Birmingham, Mich. Mr. Hofmann was a member of the Church of the Resurrection of Our Lord Catholic Church and a Retired Lt.
Col. in the Air Force Reserves. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Jeanne Hofmann of San Carlos Park; three sons, Steven Hofmann of Park City, Utah, Mark Alan Hofmann of Fort Worth, Texas, and Gary Douglas Hofmann of Dearborn, two sisters, Joy Neuber of Erie, Colo, and Janice Tesene of Manhattan, and five grandchildren. Christian Funeral Mass will be conducted Friday at 10:30 a.m.
at the Church of the Resurrection of Our Lord CatholicChurch. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. The family prefers that In lieu of flowers, memorials be made to the American Heart Association. Arrangements by the Phil Klser Funeral Home, 9231 Cypress Lake Drive. EUGENE H.YEOMANS JR.
Mass of Christian Burial for Eugene H. Yeomans 33, of Fort Myers will be conducted Friday at 10 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. Local interment will follow.
Friends may call 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. today at the Harvey-Engelhardt Funeral Home, 1600 Colonial Blvd. with a Scripture Service at 7:30 p.m. VERNON J.ZMUNT Vernon J. Zmunt, 81, of Cape Coral, died Wednesday, March 14, at his residence.
A retired civil engineer for the state of Ohio, he was a U.S. Army Veteran having served in Europe from 1943 to 1945 as a staff sergeant 3rd Army 27th field artillery battalion, and was a member of Halycon Masonic Lodge No. 398 of Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Zmunt is survived by his wife, Celia; step-daughter, Norma Lee Schwab of LaJofle, sister, Al-thea Winet of Vero Beach; one step-grandchild and two step great-grandchildren.
Services will be conducted Saturday, March 17, at 11 a.m. at the Messiah Lutheran Church (ELCA), 804 Pine Island Road, with Pastor Harold Popp and Pastor George Serbe officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to service time at the church. The family prefers memorial contributions to the Messiah Lutheran Church of Hope Hospice. Arrangements by Cape Coral Funeral Home, 3740 Del Prado Blvd.
tired after 25 years. She was a faithful member of First Alliance Church. Virginia is survived by Ansel E. Cherry, her husband of 59 years; Ray-ma and Paul Page (daughter and son-in-law. Fort Myers); Thomas and Eleanor Cherry (son and daughter-in-law.
Fort Myers) and Virginia and Fred Morton (daughter and son-in-law, Churchville, N.Y.). She leaves seven grandchildren: Douglas and Gregory Page of Fort Myers, Glen Cherry of Litchfield, Timothy Cherry of Rochester, N.Y., Lori Morton Cott of Columbus, Sheri Morton of Spring Arbor, and Kari Morton of Churchville, N.Y. Also surviving are five great-grandchildren, Merdith, Jason and Chad Page of Fort Myers and Sharla and Thomas Cherry of Litchfield, III. A memorial service will be held at First Alliance Church, 4050 Colonial Fort Myers at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 17.
The family request that memorial contributions be made to the Lena "Virginia" Cherry memorial fund at First Alliance Churh. Arrangements by Harvey-Engel-hardt Funeral Home, Colonial Chapel. J. KENNETH FRAYNE ESTERO J. Kenneth Frayne, 78, of Tahiti Village and Oakville, Canada, died March 13, 1990, at Southwest Florida Regional Medical Center.
Mr. Frayne had wintered here for the past 21 years and was well know as a harmonica soloist in local churches, moblie home parks and nursing homes. He was a member of Fort Myers Senior Citizens Harmonica Band, Mariners Cove Music Group and Tahiti Village Troubadors. Mr. Frayne issurvived by hiswife, Donalda of Estero and Canada; three daughters, Eleanor Stark of Niagara Falls, Canada, Ruth McKinlay of Oakville, Canada, and Sharon St.
John of London, Canada; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Myers of Allen Park, Mrs. Jessie Sanner of Detroit, Mich, and Mrs. Jean Diehl of Dearborn, and four grandchildren, Kim and Lisa Stark and Scott and Lara St. John all of Canada.
Memorial services will be Friday, March 16, 1990, at 1 p.m. at Estero Unied Methodist Church, with Rev John arham, Pastor, officiating. Burialwill be in Canada. The family request memorial contributions may be made to Estero United Methodist Church Building Fund in memory of Mr. Frayne.
Walter Shikany's Bonita Funeral Home, 1000 Bonita Parkway, (New U.S. 41) is in charge of arrangements. JACK D. HOFMANN Jack D. Hofmann, 59, of San Carlos 5 Lee County WALTER BAGSHAW Walter Bagshaw, 84, of North Fort Myers, died Monday, March 13, 1990.
He was born in Sheffield, England, and moved from Warminster, to North Fort Myers six years ago. He was a 41-year fellowship member of Hhe Moose Lodge No. 1105, Willow Grove, Pa. J- Walter is survived by his wife, lnna; daughters, Alice Parker of North Fort Myers, Anna Camp of Puma, Dorothy Kelley of Warminster, son, Walter Frank Bagshaw of North Fort Myers; brothers, Albert Bagshaw of Norristown, and Roland Bagshaw of Port many grandchildren, Jgreat-grandchildren and great-great--grandchildren. Visitation will be 6-9 p.m.
Friday, services 11 a.m. Saturday at the North Fort Myers Funeral Home, with Rev. Sharpe officiating. Burial will at Coral Ridge Cemetery, Cape JCoral. Arrangements by North Fort My-ers Funeral Home, 820Pondella Road, North Fort Myers.
JAMES L. CARTER SR. James L. Carter Srr, 92, of Olga, March 14, 1990 at Lee Memorial fi He was born in Echols County, Ga. fKn March 6, 1898, and moved to Lee in 1935.
He is survived by his beloved wife, iJLois G. Carter; two sons, James L. Carter Jr. and Tally G. Carter, both of 'Olga; brother, Allie Carter of Staten-Vville, eight grandchildren and 14 Services will be held Friday at 3 in the Chapel of Memorial Gardens Funeral Home.
Private internment will follow at Memorial Gardens Cemetery. The family will receive friends to-day from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral f. Arrangements by Memorial Gar-dens Funeral Home, 1589 Colonial Blvd. LENA ALLEN "VIRGINIA" CHERRY Lena Allen "Virginia" Cherry, 81, of Fort Myers, passed away Tuesday, i- March 13, 1990, at Lee Memorial Hos- pital after a short illness.
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