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43 Press & Sun-Bulletin Saturday, October 13, 1990 Narrow win will quash speculation of presidential run, Cuomo predicts ALBANY (AP) - Gov. Mario M. Cuomo said Friday that if he doesn't have a big win in this year's bid for reelection to a third term, speculation about him as a potential 1 992 presidential contender may cease. Cuomo, heavily favored to win reelection, also said the governor's race is closer than polls indicate. "If you don't win by enough, it could be irrelevant," Cuomo said at the Executive Mansion. Cuomo said losing the election would likely end all talk of a possible presidential run. Either way, Cuomo said he wasn't concerned because his position on a possible run for the White House hadn't changed. "I don't have to worry about that because I don't have any plans," he said. "I don't have to deal with those H.Y. BRIEFS Kinge refused to sign statement, officer says ITHACA A state police investigator who interrogated Shirley Kinge testified at her trial that she refused to sign a statement after he accused her of setting a fire at the home were the Harris family was killed. H. Karl Chandler, a senior investigator with the State Police, said Thursday that Kinge was cooperative during questioning after her arrest. But her attitude changed when Chandler accused her of setting a fire at the Harrises' Dryden home, Chandler said. "I asked her how it could possibly be her fingerprints got on that can," Chandler said, referring to a gas can found in the Harrises' living room, allegedly bearing Kinge's fingerprints. "I was accusing her of being m the house, of participating in the burning of the bodies. She refused to sign it," Chandler said. Kinge's 33-year-old son, Michael, was kilied in a Feb. 7 police raid. Police say he shot the Harrises Warren, 39; Dolores, 40; Shelby, 1 5; and Marc, 1 1 the night of Dec. 22. Kinge, 55, is accused of setting a fire in the house the next morning and of using Dolores Harris' credit card. Imperial Wizard applauds Sharpton's anti-Klan rally ALBANY The head of the nation's largest Ku Klux Klan group Friday praised the Rev. Al Sharpton's planned anti-KKK rally Saturday in Schuylerville as a "walking recruitment poster for the Klan." "I do say God bless Sharpton," chortled J.W. Farrands, the North Carolina-based Imperial Wizard of the Invisible Empire. "With his help, the resurgence of the Klan in New York is under way." Sharpton said the afternoon rally in Schuylerville, 35 miles north of Albany, will go on as planned. From wire service reports 11 Legals Legals LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a public hearing will be held before the Zoning Board of the Town of Chenango, at 1 137 Front Street, Binghamton. New York at 7:QO p.m. on October 23. 1990. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard on the application of SHIRLEY J. & ROBERT A. AMACHER. Owner of Record of parcel bearing Tax Map 7-12-A-1 15 for a Special Permit, pursuant to 73-12 of the Zoning Ordinance to establish a Home Occupation, i.e. Specialty Bake Shop. Al! those interested may appear and be heard at the above time and place. By Order of James Sturges. Chairman ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS TO THE VOTERS In the CITY OF places only will NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE The Binghamton District NYS Employees Federal Credit Union wiH accept bids on the following Repossessed Auto stored at Action Recovery Service. 109 Robinson St.. Binghamton. starting OCTOBER 8. 1990; 19B5 Chevy Celebrity Wagon. Sena) 1G1AW35X2FG120921 . 97.206 miles. Call 722-2660 or 772-1871. Binghamton District NYS Employees Federal Credit Union reserves the right to accept or reject any or alt bids. WARD 1 WARDS 2 WARD 4 WARD 5 WARD 6 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS TOWN OF KIRKWOOD PLEASE TAKE NOTICE. WARDS 7, 10, WARD 12 WARD 13 & 11 that the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Kirkwood. New York . will hold a public hearing on the 22nd day of October. 1990 at the Kirkwood Town Hall begin ning at 7:30 o'clock P.M. on the request of Michael and Debra Brand for a special permit pursuant to 2B0-A of the Town Law to allow the construction of o one family residence on a portion of the parcel of land designated as Tax Map No. 10-4-1. located approximately 1000 feet south of intersection of Grange Hall Road and U S. Route 1 1 in a Res idential (R) District in the Town of Kirkwood and the said parcel of land is not adiacent to a public road and the access to the said parcel of land is over a right of TOWN OF CHENANGO TOWN OF C0LESVILLE TOWN OF CONKLIN way approximately htteen paj feet wide. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, that the environmental significance of the proposed iBO- A application will be reviewed by said Board incident to and as a TOWN OF DICKINSON TOWN OF FENTON TOWN OF KIRKWOOD part of said public hearing. The application for this 280-. A application is open to inspection at the office of the lown oi mi- wood BinWmg Inspector. Kirkwood Town H8H, cfuuu urescem unve Kirkwood. New York Persons TOWN OF LISLE TOWN OF MAINE wishing to appear at such hearing ' may do eo in person or by attorney or other representative. Communications in writing in relation thereto may be filed with the Board, or at such hearing. LEWIS GRUBHAM Chairman NEW YORK exquisite questions. My focus is clear running for governor." Recent surveys, of potential voters nationwide and of Democratic Party leaders, have identified Cuomo as the early favorite for his party's presidential nomination. He hasn't ruled out such a run. While Cuomo didn't outline what he considered a big win in the governor's race, he set a record for modern New York gubernatorial elections in winning re-election in 1986 with 65 percent of the vote. Campaign volunteers have said Cuomo political operatives are pressing for an even stronger showing this year. Rome police say TV viewers may help solve 1 976 murder ROME (AP) Police say they may be close to unraveling a 14-year-old murder publicized nationally this week on the television show Unsolved Mysteries. On Wednesday night, the show featured a re-enactment of the murder of Stanley Gryziec. Gryziec was 59 when he was shot and killed Nov. 6, 1976, in his home in south Rome. His wife, Esther, was tied up in the kitchen while two men ransacked the house. She died of natural causes in 1978. Rome Deputy Police Chief David Combs confirmed Friday that investigators had a strong suspect. "We think we know who did it, but we're not at liberty to talk about his whereabouts," Police Chief Edward Cretaro said Thursday. "That was the whole purpose of the show, to get more information, to button it up." The program generated about 150 calls from people offering information on the crime, Cretaro said. Fryer quits $96,660-a-year post as governor's press secretary ALBANY (AP) Gov. Mario M. Cuomo's press secretary and counselor, Gary Fryer, said Friday that he was resigning his $96,660-a-year state post to become a vice president with an insurance company. Fryer, 39, has held the state job since July 1987 and has worked in the governor's press office since 1983. The Cuomo aide, the governor's third press secretary, said he would be joining The Lawrence Group, a Sche-nectady-based company with 900 employees and operations in 40 states and three countries. Fryer said he would leave state government after the Nov. 6 election and before the end of the year. He said the decision to leave was his own. "He has given much more than I had a right to ask him for," Cuomo said of Fryer. The governor said that 11 Legals 11 Legals LEGAL NOTICE TOWN OF THE COUNTY OF BROOME: TOWN Legals PURSUANT TO SECTION 4-119 AND 5-202 OF THE NEW YORK STATE ELECTION LAWS, notice is hereby given that the date and hours of registration at the local polling places or Town Offices in Broome County, State of New York are as follows: Saturday, October 13, 1990 HOURS from 1:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. 200 ENDICOTT ENDICOTT BINGHAMTON the following polling be open for Registration: Valley Street Park Club House & 3 Tabernacle United Methodist Church, 83 Main Street (Main Street Entrance) West Middle School, Highland Avenue MacArthur School 1123 Vestal Avenue Conklin Avenue First Baptist Church, 91 Baldwin St TOWN (Baldwin Street Entrance) TOWN City Fire Station, West State Street Fire Station, 176 Robinson Street Theodore Roosevelt School, 9 Ogden Street In the TOWNS in BROOME COUNTY the following polling places or town offices only will be open for Registration: TOWN OF BARKER Town of Barker Highway Garage, Route 79, itaska TOWN OF BINGHAMTON Town Hall, 1950 Upper Park Avenue Town Hall, Front Street Town Hall, Harpursville Town Hall, (Old Castle), 1271 Conklin Road Town Hall, Upper Front Street (842 Front St.) Town Hall, Port Crane Town Hall, 2000 Crescent Drive Town Offices, Route 79, Lisle Town Hall, Lewis Street (in the Hamlet of Maine) TOWN OF NANTICOKE New Town Hall Cherry Valley Hill Road TOWN OF SANF0RD Town Hall, Town of A statewide independent poll, conducted last month by the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, said 60 percent of those surveyed favored Cuomo while less than 15 percent opted for Republican challenger Pierre Rinfret. More than 18 percent of those polled said they were undecided. Cuomo, in dismissing such poll results, noted that on the eve of his 1982 Democratic gubernatorial victory over then-New York City Mayor Edward I. Koch, polls indicated the future governor was 1 0 points down. Cuomo said this year's race is closer than polls indicate. He wasn't certain how much closer, but that "you've got to work like crazy. I believe a lot of Republicans will vote Republican." In New York, Democrats outnumber Republicans by a 3-2 margin. However, Cretaro said his department did not have enough evidence to convict that suspect of a crime. "We have enough to indict, but probably not enough to convict," Cretaro said. "We don't want to indict without a conviction." Composite sketches of the two suspects were shown on the show, which revealed several pieces of information that had not been made public before. The program also suggested that police botched the investigation and hinted at a possible coverup, saying that some "crucial evidence" in the case is missing. Cretaro said he was not aware that any physical evidence was missing, but said "anything's possible." A picture of Charles Bucrzinski, who may hold clues to the murder, was shown on the broadcast. It was the first time it has been revealed police were searching for him. He is believed to be living near Phoenix, Ariz. while he often felt guilty about the demands he placed on his staff, he was gratified that many, including Fryer, were eventually able to leave for jobs that were "more lucrative and easier on their families." Cuomo, seeking re-election to a third term this year, had said recently that New Yorkers could expect to see many new faces in the administration if he was re-elected. Fryer is the first of Cuomo's current small inner circle of advisers to announce his resignation as the governor's second term draws to a close. "It's a good way to keep the system energized and to bring in new points of view," Fryer said of having a turnover in the administration. "It's very demanding, very time consuming ... but a very rewarding thing," said Fryer of his job. 11 Legals 11 Sanford, Front St., Deposit OF TRIANGLE New Town Office Building, 2665 Main Street, Whitney Point OF UNION: JOHNSON CITY JOHNSON CITY JOHNSON CITY ENDICOTT Johnson City Senior Citizens Center, 30 Brocton Avenue Primitive Methodist Church, 4 Ackley Avenue Johnson City High School, 666 Reynolds Road Union Presbyterian Church, Main Street Educational Building St. Ambrose School, 202 Garfield Avenue SL Anthony's School, 906 Jenkins Street WEST CORNERS West Comers Fire Station, 500 Day Hollow Road ENDWELL Endwell Fire Station, Country Club Road ENDWELL Northminster Presbyterian Church, Farm-To-Market Road OF VESTAL Board Room, Town Hall, 605 Vestal Parkway West, Foyer, Town Hall, 605 Vestal Parkway West OF WINDSOR Town Hall, Main Street, Windsor The Broome County Board of Elections will be open for telephone inquiries only on October 13, 1990 between the hours of 1:00 P.M. and 8:00 P.M. If you have any questions concerning registration, please call 778-2172 dunng that time period. Gregory A. Gates, Commissioner of Elections Ferris D. Lebous, Commissioner of Elections DATED: October 1, 1990 Want Ads Work 798-1141 f niTI in n ICff The Obituaries, In Memortams. ana Cards af Thanks that appear below ara paid tn-I I HI I II Al K I fc 3 "unceinents. Tha bit af deaths that appears elsewhere in this section is provided free of Anthony P. Balunas of Hernando FL Anthony P. Balunas, 79, died October 10, 1990 at Seven Rivers Community Hospital, Crystal River, Ft He is survived by his wife, Esther Mae, Hernando FL; two sons. Dale J., of Smithville Flats, N.Y. and Anthony M. of Sidney, N.Y.; one brother, Andrew Markunas of Springvalley Pa.; and a sister-in-law, Janet Simmons; seven grandchildren; eight great grandchildren; several nices and nephews. He was a retired electrician for Lykes Memorial Hospital, Brooksville,'FL, a member of the Episcopal Faith and the Brooksville Elks Lodge 2582. A Memorial service will be held Wednesday, October 17th 1990 at 10am at Zion Episcopal Church, Greene, N.Y. with Father Robert Lawther, officiating. Reception will follow at the church hall. Family requests there be no flowers. Memorials may be made to the Greene Fire Dept. and Emergency Squad. Ruth Braman Barnhart of Johnson City A Memorial services for Ruth Bra-man Barnhart will be held at Barber Memorial Home, 428 Main St., Johnson City, on Saturday, October 13th at 2pm. In lieu of flowers anyone so wishing may make contributions to the Memorial Fund of All Saints Episcopal Church or the Charity of their choice. Burial will be at Sylvan Lawn Cemetery, Greene, N.Y. at the convenience of the family. Cora Ida Beach of Greene, N.Y. Funeral services for Cora Ida Beach will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Root huneral Home, 23 North Chenango St., Greene. The Rev. Emile Jac-quet. pastor of the United Church of Christ First Congregational, will officiate. Burial will be in Sylvan Lawn Cemetery. Those wishing may make memorial contributions to the Greene Emergency Squad. Catherine A. Beardsley of Binghamton Catherine A. Beardsley, 55, of Bing hamton, died Friday, October 12, 1990 at her home. She was predeceased by her father, Bruce A. Beardsley in 1955. She is survived by her mother, Mildred Beardsley Dixson, Morris; a sister and brother-in-law, Jeanne and Kenneth Cooke; their children, Dan, Aimee, and Nathan, Gillett, PA; one cousin, Robert Dyckman, Morns; and many dear friends. She retired from SUNY Binghamton after 32 years where she served as a receptionist in the Registrar's Office. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. She sang in the Chansel Choir, and served as primary sunday school teacher for manv vears. A memorial service will be held Monday at 7 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church, 466 Chenango St., Binghamton with Rev. Charles Kilosky and Rev. Glenn Gevert officiating. Burial will be in Hillington Cemetery, Morris, NY at the convenience of the family. Friends may call at the Wm. R. Chase 6 Son Inc. Funeral Home, 737 Chenango St., Port Dickinson Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. Those wishing may make memorial contributions to the Catherine Beardsley Memorial Fund, Foundation Office, SUNY Binghamton. Verna M. Bolster of Afton The funeral for Verna M. Bolster will be held Monday, October 15, 1990, at 1 1 a.m., at the Dorothy Memorial Home, 121 Main St., Afton, NY, with the Rev. Fred Albrecht officiating. Burial will be in the Hambletville Cemetery, Hambletville, NY. The family will receive friends Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the Dorothy Memorial Home. Memorial gifts may be made the Afton Emergency Squad or the North Afton United Methodist Church. Gara Saunders Caswell of Binghamton Funeral services for Clara Saunders Caswell will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. from the Fairview United Methodist Church, 254 Robinson St., with Rev. John Goodell, Pastor officiating. Burial will be at Chenango Valley Cemetery. Those wishing may make memorial contributions to the Fairview United Methodist Church Memorial Fund or the Hospice Unit of Lourdes Hospital. Bernice I. Cower formerly of Nineveh Bernice I. Cower, 89, formerly of East Windsor Rd., went to be with her Lord, Wednesday, October 10. 1990, at Taylor Brown Hospital, Waterloo, NY. She was predeceased by her husband, Alvah B. Cower Sr., in 1989; she is survived by a daughter, Evelyn Thomas, Waterloo; two sons, Alvah B. Cower Jr., Binghamton, Jack Cower, Center Village; two sisters, Esther Ana-bele, Poughkeepsie, Helen Bouren, Lan-esboro, Pa.; a foster daughter, Hazel Halaburka, Binghamton; several grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Mrs. Cower was a member of the Windsor Pilgrim Holiness Church. Funeral services will be held Monday, 1 p.m., from the William R. Chase & Son Inc. Funeral Home, 2 Chapel St., Windsor, with Rev. Stephen J. Fuller officiating. Burial will be in Riv-erview Cemetery, Harpursville. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday from 7 to 9. Kindly consider memorial contributions to the Pilgrim Holiness Church. Star Route Box 16, Windsor, NY 13865. WHEN IT'S TIME TO REMEMBER FLOWERS BELONG MacLENNAN'S Flowers Inc. 499 Court St. 722-6484 charge. Howard A. Foster of Gonzales, LA Howard John Foster, 70, of Gonzales, LA, died Monday afternoon, after a brief stay at the Veteran's Hospital in New Orleans. He was a native of County Monaghan, Ireland, and lived until 1972 in Bainbridge. A memorial service will be held at 3PM on Tuesday, October 16, at the Landers Funeral Home in Sidney, NY.. Howard retired as a salesman from Gordon C. Palmer Chevrolet, in Union Springs, where he was a member and former Commander of American Legion Post 1 107. He was a certified horologist (watch maker), and formerly operated a jewelry store in Bainbridge, where he graduated from high school. He was a noted athlete and scholar at Bainbridge, where he won a full scholarship to Cornell University, to study physics. He elected, however, to volunteer for services in the armed forces early in World War II. He was disabled during the War, and later graduated from the Horology Program at the State University at Morrisville. Howard is survived by his wife. Mary Hovey Foster, Gonzales; a daughter, Mrs. David (Alicia) Palmer, Union Springs; sons David, Gonzales; Richard, Union Springs; and John, Auburn; a sister, Meta, Bainbridge; a brother, Victor, Bainbridge; and eleven grandchildren. He was preceded in death by parents Samuel and Tillie Sloane Foster, and a son, James. He was an active member of St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, in Gonzales, where a memorial service is scheduled for this Thursday. He was a Rotarian, a member of Disabled American Veterans, and belonged to the Masonic Lodge, F&AM. Poet, philosopher, and friend to the lonely, he is remembered as one of the area's brightest and most colorful personalities. Friends are requested in lieu of flowers to make donations to Alcoholic's Anonymous, for which Howard had become a faithful and vocal advocate, (co P.O. Box 251, Union Springs, NY 13160). Margaret I. Gillespie formerly of Endicott Margaret I. Gillespie, 92, formerly of Endicott, died Friday, October 12, at Hornell Nursing Home, Hornell N.Y. where she resided for the past 5 years. She is survived by one son, Brian Gillespie, of Alfred; several nieces and nephews. She was the Widow of Thomas L. Gillespie; and was a Organist for several Churches in Endicott and Seneca Falls. She was a member of St. Pauls Episcopal Church of Ithaca. No prior calling hrs. Graveside prayer service will be in Restvale Cemetery, Seneca Falls, Monday at 1 lam. Memorial contiributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Heart Association. Arrangements by Robertson Funeral Home, Inc., Hornell N.Y. Thomas D. Keegan of Endicott Thomas D. Keegan, Endicott, lost his courageous battle to multi myleoma at his home on Wednesday, October 10, 1990. He is survived by his wife, Frances; two sons, Thomas, Olympia, Wash., Edward, Owego; and one daughter, Frances Sheridan, Hamilton, N.Y.; three granddaughters; one brother, Edward, Deal, N.J.; two sisters, Marie Alley, Geneseo. N.Y., and Patricia Fer-ren, Ambler, Pa. He was a retired IBM Corp. employee and a Veteran of World War II. There will be no calling hours or flowers please. Those wishing to remember Tom may please do a kindness for someone less fortunate in his memory. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at Our Lady of Good Counsel, Endicott, on Saturday, October 20. 1990, at 12 Noon. Burial will be at the convenience of the family in Sts. Peter & Paul Cemetery, Lehighton, Pa. Arrangements by the Allen Memorial Home, 511-513 E. Main St., Endicott. Joseph A. Miller Formerly of Johnson City Joseph A. Miller of 701 Hooper Rd., Endwell, New York, passed away Friday morning, October 12, 1990 at Lourdes Hospital. He was predeceased by his wife, Mary Miller. He is survived by one daugher and son-in-law, Barbara and Richard Ford, Maine, NY; one son and daughter-in-law, Joseph and Arlette Miller, Vienna, Austria; a special and very loving fnend, Helen Story, Endwell; one granddaughter, Gina Ford; one grandson, Jason Ford, both of Maine, NY; several nieces and nephews. He was a member of St. James Church, Johnson City; a member of the Endicott Johnson Corp. 30 Year Club and a member of trie Johnson City Moose Club. Funeral services will be held at the J.F. Rice Funeral Home Inc., 1 50 Main St., Johnson City, Monday at 9 a.m. and at 9:30 a.m.'at St. James Church, where a Funeral Mass will be offered. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Sunday evening 7 to 9 p.m. m Angela Czupryna of Vestal Funeral service for Angela Czupry na will be held Saturday at 9am from the Laskowski Funeral Home. 367 Prospect St., Binghamton and at 9:30am at St. Stanislaus Kostka Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated by Rev. Matthew Wieczorek. Burial in St. Stanislaus Kostka Cemetery. Stella E. Doolittle of Kirkwood Funeral services for Stella E. Doolittle will be held Saturday at 1 1 a.m. from the Wm.R. Chase & Son, Inc. Funeral Home, 2 Chapel St., Windsor with the Rev. Jose Valencia, officiating. Burial will be in Kirkwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to the' American Cancer Society or Lourdes Hospice Unit or the Blind Work Association. Carl Andrew Larson of Binghamton Carl (Andy) Larson, 55, of Penna Ave., Binghamton died Tuesday, October 9, 1990. He is survived by his mother, Mitzie Larson, Binghamton; one sister, Nadine Ciolek, Saginaw, Mi.; two brothers, Jonathan Larson, Beacon, N.Y. and Brent Larson, Binghamton; two sons, Christopher Larson, Saginaw, Mi., Erik Larson, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.; one grandson, Clinton Drapeau, Saginaw, Mi. Private services will be held at a later date. Emily J. Lomax of Windsor The funeral service for Emily J. Lomax will be held on Saturday, October 13, 1990, at 2 p.m., at the Hennessey's Funeral Home, 208 Jackson Ave., Susquehanna, Pa., with the Rev. Daniel Gilbert officiating. Burial will be in the Lanesboro Cemetery, Lan-esboro. Pa. Friends may call at the funeral home on Saturday from 1 to 2 p.m. Ward S. Lyman of Candor Ward S. Lyman, 94, of 10 McCarty St., Candor, died Thursday, October 11, 1990 at Tioga Nursing Home, Waverly, NY. He was born December 5, 1895 in Binghamton. He was the son of Solomon S. and Carrie McCrack-en Lyman. Mr. Lyman was an avid horseman and worked as a trainer and harness racer. He served with the US Army in WWI, in the Military Police as a Stable Master. He was a member of the American Legion Post 907 in Candor. He is survived by one sister, Marion Keen, Binghamton; a niece and a nephew. Services will be conducted at the Candor Funeral Parlour Inc., 137 Main St., Candor, on Monday, October 1 5, at 11 a.m. with Rev. Philip Jordan officiating. Friends may call from 10 to 1 1 a.m. prior to the funeral. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Candor. Donations may be made to the Candor Emergency Squad. Matthew J. Skrzypek of Binghamton Matthew J. Skrzypek, of Binghamton, died at his home at 8:22am Thursday, October 11. 1990, after a long illness. He was predeceased by his parents, a brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skrzypek, Mr. Joseph Skrzypek, and Mrs. Stephie Vlasak. He is survived by his loving wife, Mrs. Helen Skrzypek of Binghamton; a beloved stepson and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward (Linda) Andrejko, Vestal; two sisters and a brother-in-law, Mrs. Sarah Crance of Nimmonsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Connie) Katunak of Binghamton; three grandchildren, Kim and Michael Strype, East Brunswick, N.J. and David Andrejko, Charlotte, N.C.; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Al (Stella) Virgilio of Vestal, Mr. and Mrs. Steve (Cassie) Baker of Binghamton, Mr. and Mrs. Gene (Wanda) Pearson of Endwell, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond (Maryjane) Serowik of Endicott, Mrs. Martha Bilsky of Del-tona, FL, Mrs. Sophie Serowik of Johnson City; three godchildren, Mary Alicia O'Neil, Liverpool, Mary Ann Zopff, Binghamton, Karen Serowik of West Minster. Ca.; several nephews and nieces. He was a member of St. Stanislaus Kostka Church, a veteran of World War II, U.S. Army, Chester J. Jaskiewics American Legion Post 1305, 1st Ward Senior Citizens, The Greenman Ctr. and the CSEA Union. Funeral service will be held Saturday at 12 noon from the Laskowski Funeral Home, 367 Prospect St. Binghamton and at 12:30pm at St. Stanislaus Kostka Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated by Rev. Matthew Wieczorek. Burial in St. Stanislaus Kostka Cemetery. At the wishes of the family, memorial contributions in Matthew's name may be made to local Hospice Cancer Society or St. Stanislaus Kostka Bldg. fund. In Memoriam In Memory of our Sister Patricia Hulett Hounslea 11-1-29 to 10-10-90 Mary, Margaret, Elizabeth, Gary, Richard, and Thomas (Bleil) IN LOVING MEMORY OF Rocco DeVincentis Who passed away 10 years ago today after 54 years of marriage. What would I give to clasp his hand His happy face to see To hear his voice and see his smile That meant so much to me You're not forgotten, Father, dear Nor ever shall you be As long as life and memory last I shall remember thee. Wife-Mary, Son-Joseph, Wife, Grandchildren, and Great Grandchildren James Michael, Steven Gregory

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