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A12 -THE HARTFORD COURANTs Tuesday, May 24, 1983 OOiTUAHiOS A.M. Christensen, Fireman, Dies Arleigh Milo Christensen of 757 Forbes St., East Hartford, a cap- tain in the East Hartford Fire De-, partment, died Monday at Hartford Hospital. He was 55. ! A firefighter since 1955, Chris- tensen was a lifelong resident of East Hartford. He was a Navy veteran of the Korean War and World War II. , He leaves his wife, Muriel 4 (Vuille) Christensen; two sons, John Krukar of Goshen and Police Identify Man Hit, Killed by Train A man struck and killed by an Amtrak train in Hartford Saturday was identified Monday as Jose Gonzalez, 81, of 29 Bedford St. Gonzalez was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after he walked in front of a westbound train near the Laurel Street overpass at 2:42 p.m. Saturday, police said. Trucker Charged Associated Press NORWALK A Brewster, N.Y., truck driver was. charged with misconduct with a motor vehicle Monday after a fatal traffic accident. Police said Michael Bruen, 29, was backing up his car-carrier truck on Route 1 when he struck a car, killing its 65-year-old driver. DEATH NOTICES i AUPRY. Ernest V. Aupry, 83, of 339 ; Tolland St., East Hartford, died t Monday, (May 23) at St. Francis ; Hospital and Medical Center.' i Born in Hartford, he lived in the j Hartford area all his life. Prior to I his retirement, he was employed by Whitney Chain of Hartford for 23 years. He was a World War II ) United States Army veteran. He i leaves his son, Ernest R. Aupry of East Hartford. Funeral service i will be Thursday at 8:15 a.m. at Callahan Funeral Home, 1602 r Main St., East Hartford, followed by a mass of Christian burial at 9 a.m. in St. Mary's Church. Burial will be in Mount St. Benedict I Cemetery. Calling hours will be . ' Wednesday evening, 7-9 p.m. ' BEAUCHEMIN. Bryan R. Beauche- min, 8, son of Robert L. and Karin (Pa rente) Beauchemin, of 129 Bid-well Road, Glastonbury, died Monday, (May 23) at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center. Born in Hartford, he lived most of his life in Glastonbury. He was a student in the Emerson Williams Elementary School, Wethersfield. He also was a camper In the Camp Sunrise Program of Glastonbury. Besides his parents, he leaves his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Helen A. Beauchemin of Manchester; his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Parente of Tor-rington; a brother, Jeremy Beauchemin of Glastonbury. Funeral service will be Wednesday 'at 10 a.m. in St. Paul's Church, Main Street, Glastonbury. Private burial will be at the convenience of the family in Green Cemetery, Glastonbury. There will be no calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to the Bryan R. Beauchemin Scholarship Fund, co Glastonbury Board of Educa-. tion, 232 Williams St., Glastonbury, or the Camp Sunrise Fund, co Parks and Recreation Department, 2155 Main St., Glastonbury. Glastonbury Funeral Home, has charge of arrangements. 'BOOCHEVER. S. Paul Boochever, 74, of 52 Cromwell Place, Old Say-brook, died Sunday, (May 22) at his home. He was chairman of the Board of Jeanne Bouchever Inc. of Essex, and a resident of Old Say-brook for four years. He was born in New York City, March 7, 1909, son of the late George B. and Blanche (Kaufman) Boochever, and a graduate with an LLB from St. John's University, class of 1932, and did graduate studies in International Law at several European universities including the Academy of International Law at the World Court in Hague, the Netherlands. He was formerly with the Department of Correction for the city of New York as deputy com-,'misstoner of correction appointed mi an Mayor Fiorrello LaGuardia, and was a veteran of World War II in the U.S. Naval Reserve with the rank of lieutenant commander. After the war, he established his own firm in 1958, Interstate-Booch-ever of Fairlawn, N. J., until retiring in 1964, and chairman of the Board of llikon Corp. Natick, Mass. In 1975, he ioined with his wife, with the firm of Jeanne Bouchever of Essex, manufacturer and distributor of ladies accessories. He established the Boochever Art Scholarship, and the contribution of the Boochever Art Collection to Patterson State University, Patterson, N.J., and was awarded an honorary doctor of letters by Patterson University in 1966, and was founding member of the College Development Board. He is survived by his wife, Jeanne (Golden) Boochever of Old Say-brook; a son, T. Sloane Boochever of New York City; two daughters, Mrs. Brooks H. (Allison) Sawyer of Westwood, Mass., and Mrs. Richard W. (Leslie) York of Larchmont, N.Y.; two sisters, Mrs. Margery Perlo of Sugar Hill, N.H., and Miss Joan Boochever of New York City; three grandchildren. Funeral and burial will be private. No calling hours. Contributions in his memory may be madto the American Cancer So-ciefj?Jt. 66, Middletown. Robin-sonVitfTignt & Weymer Funeral Home, 34 Main St., Centerbrook, Thomas P. Christensen II, serving with the Navjr in Jacksonville, Fla.; four daughters, Cora L. Pier- E)nt of South Windsor, Paula E. ossignol of Hebron, Ethel M. Green of Coventry, and Lori E. Christensen of .East Hartford; his father, Thomas P. Christensen of East Hartford; two brothers, Gail S. Christensen and Ronald C. Christensen, both of East Hartford; a sister, Janice M. Christensen of East Hartford; five grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. , Funeral services will be Thursday at 11 a.m., from the Newkirk 6 Whitney Funeral Home, 318 Burnside Ave., East Hartford, with the Rev. William E.. Flynn officiating. . Burial with full military honors will be in Veteran's Section, Hillside Cemetery, East Hartford. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday, 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. DEATH NOTICES BURKE. William A. Burke, 82, of Jones Hollow Road, Marlborough, husband of Florence (Strickland) .Burke, died Monday (May 23) at home. He was born in the Bronx, N.Y., Dec. 12, 1900, son of the late William and Laura (Ferdon) Burke, and was a resident of Marlborough 70 years. Prior to his retirement, he was employed at the former Gong Bell Manufacturing Co., East Hampton. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, William H. Burke and Charles F. Burke, both of Marlborough; a sister, Mrs. Walter Squier of Marlborough; and a grandson. Funeral services will be Wednesday, 11 a.m., at the Spencer Funeral Home, 112 Main St., East Hampton, with the Rev. Roscoe Metzger, interim minister of the Marlborough Congregational Church, officiating. Burial will be in Marlborough Cemetery. There are no calling hours. Friends who wish may make memorial donations to the Roy B. Pettengill Ambulance Association, P.O. Box 308, Marlborough. BUSKER. Edwin Busker, 60, of 6 Cricket Lane, Newington, husband of Evelyn (Luria) Busker, died Monday, (May 23) at New Britain General Hospital. Born in .Austria, he lived In the Hartford area most of his life. He was a self-employed photographer, and a member of the Connecticut Professional Photographers Association. Funeral service will be today at 12 noon in the chapel of Weinstein Mortuary, 640 Farming-ton Ave. Burial will be in Jonathan Welfare Society Cemetery, Garden Street. Memorial week will be observed at his home. The family suggest memorial contributions to a charity of the donor's choice. CHRISTENSEN. Capt. Arleigh Milo Christensen, 55, of 757 Forbes St., East Hartford, husband of Muriel (Vuille) Christensen, died Monday (May 23, 1983) at Hartford Hospital. Born in East Hartford, he was a lifelong resident. He was captain of the East Hartford Fire Department since 1981, and he was appointed a regular fireman in 1955. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and the Korean Conflict. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, John Krukar of Goshen and Thomas P. Christensen II, serving with the Navy In Jacksonville, Fla.; four daughters, Cora L. Pierpont of South Windsor, Paula E. Rossignol of Hebron, Ethel M. Green of Coventry, and Lorf E. Christensen' of East Hartford; his father, Thomas P. Christensen of East Hartford; two brothers, Gail S. Christensen and Ronald C. Christensen, both of East Hartford; a sister, Janice M. Christensen of East Hartford; five grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Thursday, 11 a.m., from the Newkirk 8. Whitney Funeral Home, 318 Burnside Ave., East Hartford, with the Rev. William E. Flynn officiating. Burial with full military honors will be in Veteran's Section, Hillside Cemetery, East Hartford. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. , DICKERT. Frances C. Dickert, 64, died May 18, 1983 in Klamath Falls, Ore. Frances was born June' 28, 1918 In Jamestown, N.Y. She was a long time resident of Canton from 1953 to 1974, and also an employee of Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., before moving to Klamath Falls, Ore., in 1974. She is survived by her husband, Robert E. Dickert of Klamath Falls, Ore.; sons, Michael B. Dickert, U.S. Navy, Italy, Thomas C. Dickert of Klamath Falls, Ore., and Patrick J. Dickert of Bainbridge Island, Washington; brother, Ervin Cor-stange of Frewsburg, N.Y.; grandsons, Patrick and Thomas Dickert of Bainbridge Island, Washington; also several nieces and nephews. Memorial services were held in Klamath Falls, Ore. Memorial;, contributions may be made to the First Congregational Church, P.O. Box 133, Canton Center 06020. EMOND. Enola C. Emond, 78, of 8916 El Presidente, Fountain Valley, Calif., died May 18, 1983 at Fountain Valley Hospital. She was born in Massachusetts, July 13, 1904. She leaves her husband, Romeo Joseph Emond; three sons, Ar-mand Emond of Fountain Valley, Calif., Roland Emond of Hebron, and Ernest Emond of Valencia, Calif.; nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren; two sisters, Aurura Rocheleau, and Edna Chabot, both of Fall River, Mass. Funeral services were held Way 20 in California. Saddleback Chapel, Tustin, Calif., has charge of ar- -rangemenrs. 1 DEATH NOTICES DABROWSKI. Jan Dabrowskl, 78, of Hartford, husband of Cazimiera (Poplawski) Dabrowskl, died Sunday (May 22) at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center. He was born in Blalystok, Poland, and lived in Hartford 31 years. He was a Polish veteran of World War II, and was also a prisoner of war in Russia. After the Polish Army Sec- ond Corps was organized under Commander General Anders, he Ioined the Army and served until 1945 as a sergeant. After the war he lived in England, moving to America In 1942. He organized the Polish Army Veterans of World War II Post 10, Hartford, and he was Its first president. Besides his wife, he leaves a son, Juliusz Da-browski of West Hartford; two grandchildren, Witol Dabrowskl and .Miss Margaret Dabrowskl, both of West Hartford. Funeral services will be Wednesday, 8:15 a.m., from the South Green Me-' mortal Home, 43 Wethersfield . Ave., Hartford., with a mass of Christian burial, 9 a.m., In Ss Cyril and Methodius Church. Burial will be in Mount St. Benedict Cemetery. Calling hours: today, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Memorial donations may be made to the Polish Studies Fund, CCSU Foundation Inc., , CCSU, New Britain 06050. FIGUEIREDO. Manuel Flgueiredo, 90, of Santa Maria Azores, Portugal, died Monday, (May 23). He leaves three sons, Antonio Flgueiredo, Manuel Flgueiredo, and Anthony Flgueiredo, all In Portugal; two daughters, Maria Fi-gueiredo, and Maria Lewis, both , In Canada; two sons, Joao Figueir-edo, and Bernardinho Flgueiredo, both of East Hartford; 38 grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren. GAGNON. Roland E. Gagnon, 77, of West Hartford, died Sunday (May 22, 1983) at Hartford Hospital. He was born in Berlin, N.H., and lived in the Hartford area most his life. Prior to his retirement, he was employed at the West Hartford Stair Building Co., West Hartford. He leaves two sons, Claude and Guy Gagnon, both of Windsor; a daughter, Mrs. Diane Nunziato of Brooklyn, N.Y.; a brother, George Gagnon of Quebec, Canada; a sis-: ter, Mrs. Bernadette Brousseau of Quebec, Canada; 10 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Fu-; neral will be Wednesday, 9:15 a.m., from the Fisette-Batzner Funeral Home, 20 Sisson Ave., Hartford, with a mass of Christian burial, 10 a.m., in the Church of St. Anne. Interment will be in Mount St. Benedict Cemetery, Bloom-, field. Friends may call at the funeral home today, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. GONZALEZ. In Hartford. Jose Gonzalez, 81, of 29 Bedford St., Hartford, died Saturday, (May 21) as a result of a train accident. Born In Carolinas, Puerto Rico, he lived in Hartford for eight months. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Cleofe Ortiz 1 Gonzalez at home; five sons, Angel of Homestead, Fla., Jose A., Raul, , Elias, and Avelino, all, in Puerto Rico; five daughters, Herminia Gonzalez, Amparo Gonzalez, and Sixta Figueroa, alt of Hartford, Georgina Ruiz, and Bienvenida Tollo, both in Puerto Rico; a sister, Maria Gonzalez in Puerto Rico; 39 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and many other relatives. Funeral and burial services will be Friday in Puerto Rico. Calling hours: today, 5-8 p.m. at James Funeral Home, 2016 Main St., Hartford. HILLIARD. Robert Joseph Hilliard, 86, of St. Mary's Home, West Hartford, formerly of Cheshire Street, Hartford, died Monday (May 23) at St. Mary's Home. Born in Hartford, son of the late Joseph and Nora (Kearney) Hilliard, he was a lifelong resident. Prior to his re- , tirement, he was employed by the Hartford Times. He was a member " of the Knights of Columbus Hartford Council No. 11. He, leaves a sister-in-law, Mrs. William J. Hit- Hard of Hartford; and several nieces and nephews. The funeral ' will be Wednesday, 9:15 a.m., from the Farley-Sullivan Funeral Home, 96 Webster St., Hartford, followed by a mass of Christian' burial, 10 a.m., In St. Lawrence O'Toole Church. Burial will be in Mount St. Benedict Cemetery, Bloomfield. Friends may call at the funeral home today, 7-9 p.m.. JOSEPH. Mrs. Freda Joseph of Miami Beach, Fla., formerly of West Hartford, widow of Samuel Joseph, died Sunday, (May 22, 1983). She leaves two sons Marvin Joseph, and Jack S. Joseph, both of West Hartford; a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Baiter of Miami, Fla.; nine grandchildren, and a great-grandson. Funeral services and burial will be held In Miami Beach, Fla. A memorial period ' will be observed at the home of Marvin Joseph, 33 Hilldale Road, West Hartford, Thursday evening, Saturday evening, and Sunday. LARSON. Harold W. Larson, 69, of Pepperidge Road, Portland, husband of the late Lenore (Johnson) Laron, died at Middlesex Memorial Hospital, Sunday, (May 22) after a brief Illness. Born in Middletown, Aug: 1, 1913, son of the late Axel and Hilma (Johnson) Larson, he lived in Portland the last 22 years. He was retired from Wesleyan University, where he had been curator of the chemistry Laboratory. He is survived by a son, Robert W. Larson of Chester; a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Beverly) Warshaw of Portland; four sisters, Mrs. Harold (Ella) Gannon, Mrs. Mildred Wells, Miss Alice Larson, and Miss Signe Larson, all of Middletown; five grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Coughlin Funeral Home, 491 High St., Middletown. The Rev. John P. Miller, rector of the Church of the Holy Trinity, will officiate. Burial will be in Swedish Cemetery, Portland. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening, 7-9 p.m. DEATH NOTICES KLICK. John J. Klick, 72, of Town Street, Moodus, husband of Mrs. Sophie (Dykas) Klick, died Sunday (May 22) at Middlesex Memorial Hospital. He was born in Middletown, son of the late Joseph and Emelia (Batys) Klick. He was formerly employed at Wilcox Crittenden Co., and was a member of the East Haddam Volunteer Fire Department. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Rudolph of South Glens Falls, N.Y.; a daughter, Janet Martel of Moodus; a brother, Frank of Portland; and six grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday, 8 a.m., from the Biega Funeral Home, 3 Silver St., Middletown, followed by a mass of Christian burial, 9 a.m., in St. Bridget's Church, Moodus. Burial will be in St. Bridget's Cemetery. Calling hours: today, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. MacNEELY. Frances (Dixon) Mac-Neely, 79, of 22 Montclair Drive, Manchester, formerly of Hyannis, Mass., died Monday, (May 23) at ; Manchester Memorial Hospital. Born in Barnstable, Mass., March 30, 1904, she lived most of her life in Hyannis, Mass., before moving . to Manchester two months ago. Prior to retiring In 1981, she owned' and operated Frances's Beauty Salon, Hyannis, Mass., for 35 years. She Is survived by a son, Harold W. MacNeely of Manchester, with whom she made her home; three daughters, Mrs. Ar-lene Gronski of Manchester, Mrs. Doris Rivosa of South Windsor, and Mrs. Barbara Blanco of St. Petersburg, Fla.; 15 grandchildren. Funeral service will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. with a mass of resurrection at St. Francis Xa-vier Church, Hyannis, Mass. Burial will be in Cummaquid Cemetery, Barnstable, Mass. There are no calling hours. Holmes Funeral Home, 400 Main St., Manchester, has charge of arrangements. . MacDOWELL. Marjorie Katherine (Bray) MacDowell, 63, of 8 Hillside Lane, Southington, entered into rest Sunday (May 22) at UConn Medical Center, Farmington. She was the wife of Elmore J. MacDowell. She was born in Milford, and resided in Southington for ' many years. She was a member of the Grace United Methodist Church, and was active in S.A.R.C., Southington. Besides her husband, she leaves seven sons, John C. of West Palm Beach, Fla., Alan R., Paul L and Phillip S., all of Southington, Gene E. of Plainville, David W. of Enfield, and Thomas K. of Modesto, Califs-four foster children, Carl Strong, Dierdra Boyle, Diane Rose, and Leslie McDonough; four brothers, Berkley Bray of Milford, Henry, Russell, and Stanley Bray, all in Florida; three sisters, Ada Carlson of Walpole, N.H., Mable Smith of Milford, and Dorothy Boreiko In New Jersey; and 16 grandchildren. She was predeceased by a son, Raymond E. MacDowell, in 1980. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, 11 a.m., at the Grace United Methodist Church, Southington, with the Rev. Rolland French, pastor officiating. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Call-. ing hours: today, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m., at the DellaVecchia Funeral Home, 211 N. Main St., Southington. Memorial contributions may be made in her memory to S.A.I.L., Summer Street, Plants-ville, CT 06479. MORRISON. Perry J. Morrison Sr., 79, of 49 Haverford St., Hamden, died Sunday (May 22) at home. He was born in Cranston, R.I., on June 15, 1903, son of the late Oscar . and Mary Ellen (Perry) Morrison. He was a retired employee of the ; U.I. Co., West Haven, as a manager; He spent 50 years in the music business as a band manager and producer, and was manager for the Ink Spots for 17 years, and he was also involved with the Grand Ole Opry. He was chairman of the American Red Cross, Hamden. He was a member of the Order of Moose Lodge 877, Hamden, and he was also a five time district . governor of the Hamden Moose Lodge. He was an active member of the Evangelic Covenant Church of New Haven, and he served as a deacon at the church. He was a member of the New Haven County Sheriffs Association, the Police Association of Connecticut, and a member of the Connecticut State Police Association. He was a member of the West Haven Irish American Club, and an honorary member of the Knights of Columbus, West Haven. He was a resident of Hamden the last 40 years. He is survived by his wife. Rose (Doolit-tle) Morrison; two daughters, Mrs. Patricia Rodiques of San Diego, Calif., and Mrs. Carol Currie Qf Linden Center, Vt.; a son, Perry J. Morrison Jr. of .Torrington; 16 grandchildren; and several greatgrandchildren. He was predeceased by a son, Ralph Morrison. Funeral service will be Thursday, 11 a.m., at the Beecher 8. Bennett Funeral Home, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden. Friends may call Wednesday, 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. PATTAVINA. Sebastian Pattavlna, 83, of 16 Waverly Ave., Portland, husband of Mrs. Josephine (De-Pro to) Pattavina, died Sunday, (May 22) at Portland Convalescent Center after a long illness. Born in Melilli, Sicily, son of the late Giovani and Sebastiana (Marino) Pattavina, he lived in the Middletown-Portland area for 63 -' years. He was a member of St. Sebastian's Church, the Sons of Italy Society, and the Garibaldi Mutual Aid Society. Besides his wife, Mrs. Pattavina is survived by six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by a daughter, Mrs. Anna Griswold. Funeral will be Wednesday at 8 a.m. from D'An-gelo Funeral Home, 22 S. Main St., Middletown, to St. Sebastian's Church at 9 a.m., where a mass of Christian burial will be celebrated. Burial will be in the family plot , in St. Sebastian's Cemetery, Middlefleld. Friends may call at the funeral home today, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. DEATH NOTICES MELLEN. Alice (Kasche) Mellen, 70, of 1148 Sullivan Ave., South Windsor, wife of George A. Mellen, died Sunday, (May 22) at the home of her daughter.. Born In East Hartford, she was a resident of South Windsor the last 45 years. Besides her husband, she leaves two sons, George R. Mellen, and Richard B. Mellen, both of South Windsor; a daughter, Naanne M. Hill of South Windsor; three sis-' ters, Mana Cervinl, and Eleanor Stewart, both of East Hartford, " and Margaret Bristol of Newington; three brothers, Edward Kasche, of Ellington, Richard Kasche, and William Kasche, both of East Hartford;seven grandchildren. Funeral service will be - Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in Newkirk & Whitney Funeral Home, 318 Burnside Ave., East Hartford, ... with the Rev. Henry J. Scherer Jr. officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill Memorial Park, Rocky Hill. Friends may call at the funeral home today, 7-9 p.m. Memorial contributions in her memory may be made to South Windsor Ambulance Corp, or the Hartford Hospital Memorial Fund. MUGGLESTON.. Ronald Bruce Muggleston Jr., 17, of 12 Ruth Drive, Old Saybrook, died in April as a result of a boating accident in Long Island Sound. Born in New Haven, Sept. 10, 1965, son of Ronald B. Muggleston Sr. of Old Say-brook, and Joan (Pekrul) Muggleston of Essex, he lived in Old Saybrook the last year, formerly of Essex. He was a junior at Old Saybrook Senior High Schoot, and also attended Vinyl Technical School, Essex. Besides his parents, he leaves a brother, Eric Muggleston 'of Old Saybrook; two sisters, Denise Muggleston of Old Saybrook, and Debra Muggleston in New Jersey; his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ju- . lius Pekrul of Torrington; his paternal grandparents, -Mr. and Mrs. W. Harold Muggleston of Deep River. Funeral service will be Thursday at 11 a.m. in St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, Old Saybrook. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Friends may call at Swan Funeral Home, 1224 Boston Post Road, Old Saybrook, Wednesday, 7-9 p.m. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Ronald P. Mugg- . leston Jr. Scholarship Fund, co ' Old Saybrook Senior High School. SMITH. Jane (Lyman) Smith, 58, of 32 Arrowhead Drive, Glastonbury, wife of F. Wainwright Smith, died Monday, (May 23) at Hartford Hospital. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., , she moved to Glastonbury 30 years ago. She was a graduate of Connecticut College, New London. Besides her husband, she is survived by three daughters, Janice Elizabeth Smith of Seattle, Wash., Sara-Jane Smith Barrett, and a son-in-law, David A. Barrett Sr. of. Meriden, and Joanne LeMay Smith of Boston, Mass.; three grandchildren, Susan LeMay Barrett, David Allen Barrett Jr., and Elisabeth Lyman Barrett, all of Meriden. Memorial service will be Thursday at 4 p.m. in the Unitarian Church, Bloomfield Avenue', Hartford. Burial will be held at the . convenience of the family. There will be no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Glastonbury Visiting Nurses Association, 647 New London Tpke., Glastonbury. Glastonbury Funeral Home, has charge of ' arrangements. SCHIAVO. Steno Schiavo, 22, of Las Vegas, Nev., died Sunday (May 22, 1983) following a car accident. He was born In Las Vegas March 31, 1961, the son of Steno and Philo-mena (lavecchia) Schiavo. Besides his parents, he leaves his grandmother, Mrs. Josephine lavecchia of Wethersfield; and several aunts, uncles, and cousins. SHEPPARD. William Sheppard, 48, . of 52 Brook St., Hartford, died Sat-, urday (May 21) at Mount Sinai Hospital. Mr. Sheppard was born ' August 3, 1934, in Richmond, Ga., and lived in Hartford the last 47 years. He is survived by his wife, . Elene Sheppard of Hartford; five sons, William Jr., Allen, Kenny, Michael, and Terrance Sheppard, all of Hartford; two daughters, Cyanthia and Iris Sheppard, both of Hartford; two brothers, O.C. and Leonard Sheppard, both of Hartford; a sister, Lucille White of Hartford; eight grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be - Thursday, 1 p.m., at Clark, Bell & ' Perkins Funeral Home, 319 Barbour St., Hartford. Burial will be in Northwood Cemetery, Wilson. - Calling hours: Wednesday, 7-8 p.m., at the funeral home. SWANSON. Hjalmar S. Swanson, 88, a native of New Britain, died Sunday (May 22, 1983) in Orlando, Fla. He is survived by two step-sons, Raymond A. Briere of Orlando, Fla., and Donald E. Briere of New Britain; two sisters, Mrs. Alma Johnson of Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Edith Carlson of Martha's Vineyard Haven, Mass. The Pine Castle Memorial Chapel Funeral Home, Orlando, Fla., has charge of arrangements. Burial will be In New Britain at the convenience of the family. ". THOMPSON. Steven W. Thompson, 22, of 49 Longview Drive, Windsor, died Sunday, (May 22) in Windsor. Born in Hartford, he lived in Windsor all his life. He attended Windsor High School, and had been a painting contractor in the Windsor area for several years. He leaves his mother and stepfather, Pauline and Richard Miller of Windsor; his father, Carl Thompson Jr. of Bridgeport; five brothers, Carl III, Michael, Vaughn, Robert, and Bruce; four sisters, Brenda, Linda, Kathleen, and Kelly, and 10 nieces and nephews. Funeral will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Carmon Funeral Home, 6 Poquonock Ave., Windsor. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery, Windsor. His family will receive . friends today, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. . DEATH NOTICES WESCOTT. Clarence E. Wescott, 67, of 1700 King St., East Windsor, died Monday (May 23) at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center. Born in Gorham, Maine, he lived - In East Windsor many years. He ' retired In 1979 from United Technologies Corp., after 27 years of employment. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He leaves his wife, Ida (Harmon) Wescott; a son, Richard Wescott of West-brook, Maine; a daughter, Ruth Larsen of Lewlston, Maine; a brother, Elmer W. Westcott of Old Orchard, Maine; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; four step-sons; a step- daughter, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Wednesday, 1 p.m., at the J.M. Bassinger Funeral Home, 37 Gardner St., East Windsor. Burial will be In Sprlngdale Cemetery. Calling hours: today, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. CARD OF THANKS - We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for all their acts of kindness and thoughtfulness shown my family and myself during our time of sorrow over the loss of our . Husband and Dad. God bless you all. Mary Marshall and Family Simsbury, Conn. The family of the late Bud Leahey, wishes to thank the many friends and neighbors that sent him cards, flowers and prayers during his long illness. IN MEMORIAM In memory of Antonio Maselli, who passed away May 231965. Remembering a dear and wonderful father who is missed so much. The memories never faded and never will. Sons' and Daughters . i ANGELINE VOZZO In loving memory of Mom, who passed away May 24, 1948. Our thoughts are always with you ' Mil, Mary, Frank In loving memory of Catherine A. Steding, who passed away May 24, 1982. Although it's been a year for one we held so dear. Our thoughts are with you still no one can ever fill the love we have for you. Loving Husband and Children In loving memory of John P. Good, who passed away five years ago. May 24, 1978. '-, Wife, Mary Children, Tina and Eddie BURLINGTON Ann E. Peplau, 418 Milford St. EAST HARTFORD Ernest V. Aupry, 339 Tolland St. i Capt. Arleigh M. Christensen, 1 757 Forbes St. EAST WINDSOR Judith R. Janes, 90 Phelps Road Clarence E. Wescott, 1700 King St. GLASTONBURY Bryan R. Beauchemin, 129 Bidweli Road ' Jane L. Smith, 32 Arrowhead Drive HAMDEN Perry J. Morrison Sr., ' ' 49 Haverford St. HARTFORD Jan Dabrowskl , " Jose Gonzalez, ! 29 Bedford St. Robert J. Hilliard, Cheshire Street ) . William Sheppard, 52 Brook St. : j . MANCHESTER Frances D. MacNeely, 22 Montclair Drive MARLBOROUGH William A. Burke, Jones Hollow Road MIDDLETOWN Katherine A. Rasche ' MOODUS John J. Klick, Town Street NEW BRITAIN Hjalmar S. Swanson NEWINGTON Edwin Busker, -6 Cricket Lane OLD SAYBROOK S. Paul Boochever, ; 52 Cromwell Place Ronald B. Muggleston Jr., 12 Ruth Drive PORTLAND Harold W. Larson, Pepperidge Road Sebastian Pattavina, 16 Waverly Ave. SOUTHINGTON Marjorie K. MacDowell,1 8 Hillside Lane SOUTH WINDSOR Alice K. Mellen, 1148 Sullivan Ave. -WEST HARTFORD Roland E. Gagnon -Robert J. Hilliard, St. Mary's Home WINDSOR Steven W. Thompson, 49 Longview Drive OUT-OF-STATE Frances C. Dickert, ' j Klamath Falls, Ore. - Enola C. Emond, , Fountain Valley, Calif. Freda Joseph, - Miami Beach, Fla. Steno Schiavo, Las Vegas, Nev. OUT-OF-COUNTRY Manuel Flgueiredo, Santa Maria Azores, Portugat I

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