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Oil THE BOSTON GLOBE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1990 21 Death notices By city or town ALLSTON Dagle, Russell J. ANDOVER Massoud, Rita J. BELMONT Factor, Bernice 'Bunny' McElroy, Harold A. BOSTON Pontes, Deborah Y. Allen BRAINTREE Umbro, Gina Marie BRIGHTON Needham, Daniel L. CAMBRIDGE Faria, John D. O'Rourke, Helen V. Sudbey, William K. CONCORD Martin, William R. DENNIS Heinrich, Kurt A. DORCHESTER Flood, Doris T. McHugh, James Francis EVERETT Marino, James FRAMINGHAM Healy, Francis J. Jr. HYDE PARK Bailey, Richard D. . LEXINGTON Baylies, Wallace B. LINCOLN Smith, Edward W. LYNN Botelho, Ermellnda MALDEN Barton, Bert Doonan, William C. Rock, John J. MARLBORO Cotter, Catherine MIDDLETON Merrifield, Frances MILTON Langelier, Veronica NAHANT Donahue, Paul F. NEEDHAM McGaw, David E. NEWTON FALLS Mandile, John E. NORWOOD Duffy, Josephine C. QUINCY Deary, Jeannette M. Seron, Evelyn RANDOLPH McPhee, Mary R. DEATHS BAILEY-Of Hyde Park, September 12, Richard D., age 56. suddenly, beloved husband of Marilyn J. (Morris), son of Helen M. (Donnelly) and the late Joseph C, loving fa- " fher of Richard D.. Jr. and Susan of Sandwich, formerly of Hyde Park, and Paul J., of Hyde Park, brother of Nancy Lewis, of West Boxbury, Mary Murphy, of Rockland, and the late Joseph C, Jr. and Virginia (Bailey) Hearn. Also survived by 3 grandchildren. Stephanie. Kaitlyn, and Stephen. Funeral from the Carroll-Thomas Funeral Home, 22 Oak St., HYDE PARK. Monday morning at 8. Funeral Mass in Most Precious Blood Church, Hyde Park, at 9. Relatives and friends Invited. Visiting hours Sat. eve 7-9 and Sunday 2-4 and 7-9. Late Boston Edison Employee, Local 369; Past Commander of the Cecil W. Fogg Post A.L. 73. Hyde Park, late member DAv and Korean War Vet. BARTON-in Maiden, Sept. 13. Bert Barton, husband of Dorothy L. (Farrell) and brother of Barker and Victor Barton of Stoneham. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral from the A. J. Breslin & Son Funeral Home, 610 Pleasant St., MALDEN, at Med-ford line, Monday at 11:15. Funeral Mass at the Immaculate Conception Church at 12. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Sunday, 2-4 and 7-9. Donations may be made to Immaculate Conception Building ' Fund, 10 Fellsway East, Maiden, MA 01248; BAYLIES-Of Lexington, formerly of Fairha-ven. Wallace B. Suddenly in his sleep, age 72. Sept. 13th. Wally leaves his wife Alice (Stoney), 3 children. Brad of Alfred ME, Bet-syjo Onlweiler of Seattle Washington, Ben of Littleton CO. S 3 grandchildren Bethany, Rebecca & Sarah. A memorial Service will be conducted at a later date at the Follen Community Unitarian Universalist Church, 755 Mass Ave, Lexington. All friends & relatives will be invited to attend. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to UNICEF or the Follen Church. BOERI Of Wilmington. September 13, John L. Beloved husband of Jeanne L. (LeClerc). Beloved father of Jay of Hartland. VT. David of Sharon, Judith Lyons of Lexington, and Karen of Wilmington. Beloved brother of Frances Durante of Arlington, Victor Boen of Medford, Eleanor Dunne of Somerville. Eileen Martino of Hanover, and Louis Boeri of Burlington. Brother of the late Mary Bonac-corso of Medford. Beloved grandfather of Jenifer. Jesse, 8 Andrew Boen, Eric & Corey Lyons: Jamie, Alexandra, and the late Nicholas Boeri. Funeral from the W.S. Cavan-augh & Son Funeral Home, 374 Main Street, (Rte. 38)). WILMINGTON on Monday morning at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass at St. Dorothy's Church at 10 a.m. Friends may call Saturday 7-9 & Sunday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Memorials in his name may be made to the Jesuit Missions; El Salvador, 761 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA 02118. BOTELHO-Of Lynn In Portugal, Sept. 9. by accident, Ermelinda (Reis). wife of the late Jeremias. Mother of Joaquim & Leonel Botelho, Octavio Reis, Gil, Jorge Joao, Jeremias and Alberto Botelho, Natalia Pereira and Esmeralda Pontes. Sister of Maria da Luz Faria. Cecelia Reis, Mariana Miranda, Ben-vrnda Medeiros, Antonio and Manuel Reis. Also survived by 20 grandchildren. Funeral from the Rogers Funeral Home, 380 Cambridge St.. CAMBRIDGE. Monday at 10. Funeral Mass at St. Anthony's Church, Cambridge at 1 1 . Visiting hours Sunday 2-4 & 7-9 CAPU A-Of Woburn, Sept. 13. Rosa (Petron-gilli). Wife of the late Peter. Mother of Fernando, Angelo, Peter, and Rosario Capua. Sister of Angela Coie and Thomas Petron- ?illi, also survived by 10 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Funeral from the Marashio Funeral Home, 62 Mount Pleasant St.. WOBURN, Monday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Charles Church at 1 0 a.m. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment at Woodbrook Cemetery, Wobum. COTTER-Of Marlboro formerly of Wellesley Hills & Arlington, Sept. 14. Catherine (Kir-main) (Keating). Beloved wife of the late Joseph Keating S John R. Cotter. Sister of William H. Kilmain of North Andover. Also survived by 2 nieces 6 2 nephews. Funeral from the Henry J. Burke & Sons Funeral Home, 56 Washington St., (Rte. 16) WELLESLEY HILLS Monday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. John the Evangelist Church, Wellesley Hills at 10 o'clock. Relatives & friends respectfully invited. Visiting hours Saturday evening 7-9 & Sunday 2-4 & 7-9. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Needham. COTTER-Catherine (Kilmain) (Keating). See Cotter, Marlboro. DAGLE-ln Allston, September 13, Russell J., beloved husband of the late Annie (Stewart). Uncle of Francis Dagle of Wahham. Brother-in-law of Mrs. Geneva Carpenter of Allston. Brother of Frank, Gordon, Niel and Elizabeth, all of Canada. Funeral from the Gerald W. Lehman Funeral Home. 569 Cambridge St., ALLSTON Monday morning at 9 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Anthony Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Interment Vine Lake Cemetery, Medfield. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. DEARYJeannette M. of Quincy, September 13, 1990, daughter of the late Edward and Catherine (Mannix) Deary. Sister of Mary Deary of Quincy & the late Henry and Edward Deary. Also survived by several cousins. Relatives & friends are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral from the Keo-hane Funeral Home, 785 Hancock St.. WOLLASTON, Monday at 9:15. Funeral Mass in Sacred Heart Church at 10 a.m. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4 & 7-9. Burial In St. Paul's Cemetery, Hingham. Donations may be made to Hospice of the South Shore. 400 Franklin St., Braintree, MA. 02184 DONAHUE-Of Nahant. Sept. 13, suddenly, Paul Francis, beloved husband of M. Frances (Fogarty). Father of Mrs. Neil (Ellen R ) Foley oTNanant. Mrs. John (Kathleen) White of Arlington, VA and Mrs. Stephen (Paula) Sharfman of Oakton. VA. Alsp survived by 8 grandchildren. Brother of Mrs. Katherine Kelly of Boca Raton, FL and the late James E. 'Donahue. D.M.D. and Margaret Mulkern. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Monday at 11:00 A.M. in the Church of St. Thomas Aquinas, 248 Nahant Rd Nahant. Visitation will be held at the Joseph A. MacDonald Funeral Home (Cor. No. Beacon & Riverside Sts.) WATERTOWN SQUARE on Sunday 2-4 & 7-9 P.M. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Interment Greenlawn Cemetery. Nahant. Contributions made in his memory to the Nahant Public Library. Nahant Ra.. Nahant, MA 01908 would be ap-preciaterj. Naval Veteran WW2 & Former owner Conti & Donahue, Inc. DOONAN-Of Maiden, September 13, William C. (W1AMO). Husband of Mane C. (Curtin) Doonan. Father of William C. Doonan, Jr. of San Francisco, Diane Pillone of Bnelle. NJ, Loma McCracken of Tipton Falls. NJ, Gerald S. Doonan of Bellinqnam, Paul M Doonan and John J. Doonan of Maiden and Dr. Joyce M. Doonan of Wythevi e, VA. Brother of Robert Doonan of Branchville. NJ and Joseph Doonan of Lake Elsinore. CA and the late Lenora Connor, Jean Holden. Owen P. Richard N. and Carroll Doonan. Also survived by 14 grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Funeral from Owen P. Doonan Sons Funeral Home, 7 Wicklow St. at Fellsway (Rte. 28 one light south of Rte. 60) MALDEN, on Monday at 9:15. Funeral Mass in the Immaculate Conception Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invrted. Visiting hrs Saturday 7-9 Sunday 2-4 & 7-9. MONUMENTS DAVIS MONUMENTS 3859 Washington St. fteekndale Since 1862 MA Leading Monument Specialist CALL FOR INFORMATION 524-4300 SANDS MOiSiUMEisTS 28 Traoeto a . Betmoot 484-7728 OR 522-1001 CANNIFF 531 Cummins Hwy.. Ftosnnoaie 617-323-3690 583 Mt. Auburn St. tomondge 617-876-91 10 $7 Spmgvaie Av, Lym. 617-581-5595 84 Perm St, Quincy. 617-472-7405 THOS. CARRIGG & SON 323-2454 772 LaGrange St Mr St Joseph's Cemetery, W Box 41 N. Cary St. Brockton. 586-6588 FpR MORE IftFO. ON PLSDIN'G AN AD N THE CTORY CALL CATHY 929-225 READING Hammer, Robert E. SAUGUS Kardoose, Louis SOMERVILLE Pelton, Carolyn M, Varallo, Assunta SOUTH BOSTON Perry, Joseph WAQUOIT Lindberg, Clifford P. Jr WELLESLEY HILLS Cotter, Catherine McAvoy, James Francis Jr. WEST ROXBURY Pike, David Anthony WESTON Ryerson, Susan WILLI AMSTOWN Peck, Dr. Jane Cary WILMINGTON Boeri, John L. WINCHESTER Keating, Alice WOBURN Capua, Rosa OUT OF STATE NEW HAMPSHIRE Garfunkel. Eva Kimball, Robert P. UPPER DEATHS DUFFY-Of Norwood, formerly of West Rox-bury, Sept. 14. Josephine C. (McGlone). Beloved wife of the late Harold J. Loving mother of Marjorie J. Eagan of Norwood, the late William F. and the late Lt. Col. Paul F. Duffy. Also survived by 14 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren. Funeral from the Gilloo-y Funeral Home, 126 Walpole St., (Rt. 1A) NORWOOD, on Mon., Sept. 17 at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Catherine's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives & friends invited. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4, 7-9. In lieu of flowers donations maybe made to the American Heart Assoc., 33 Fourth Av, Needham, MA 021 94 FACTO R-On Friday, September 14, Bemlce 'Bunny' of Belmont, age 82, aftej a prolonged Illness. Beloved wife of Dr. Joseph Factor. Dear mother of Sol A. Factor of Beachwood, Ohio and the late Rachel I. Gait. Devoted sister of Irma L. Jackson of N.Y.C. and the late Carolyn R. Lewis. Loving grandmother of Lisa and Scott Factor and Jane Gait. Dear aunt of Tony, Randy, Kim-berly & David Lewis. Services at the Levine Chapel, 470 Harvard St., BROOKLINE on Sunday, September 16 at 11:00 A.M. There will be no Memorial Week. Please omit flowers. In her memory, contributions may be made to the charity of one's choice. FARIA Of Cambridge, in Portugal, Sept. 10, John D. Husband of Laura (Garcia). Father of Antonio and the late Carlos Faria. Grandfather of Patricia Faria, Father in law of Berta Faria. Funeral from the Rogers Funeral Home, 380 Cambridge St., CAMBRIDGE. Monday at 8. Funeral Mass at St. Anthony's Church, Cambridge at 9. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4. 7-9. Late member Portugese American Civic League & Manuel Rogers Assoc. FLOOD-ln Dorchester, September 12, Doris T. Deioveo daughter or me late josepn ano Mary (Poitras) Flood, survived by several cousins. FuneraJ from the Stanton Funeral Home. 786 Mt. Auburn St., WATERTOWN, on Monday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in SL Gregorys Church, 2215 Dorchester Avenue. Dorchester at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend, visiting hours Sunday 2-5 p.m. Interment New Calvary Cemetery. FONTES-fn Boston, Sept. 13, Deborah Y. Allen. Devoted mother of India Fontes. Beloved daughter of Locie Allen of Cleveland, Ohio. She is survived by 4 sisters, 1 brother and many other relatives and friends. Funeral service Monday at 7 p.m. at the Davis Funeral Home. 89 Walnut Ave.. ROXBURY. Visiting with the family 5-7 p.m. Donations may be made in her memory to the India Fontes Trust Fund, co South Shore Savings Bank, 25 Bryant St., Dedham, MA 02036. GARFUNKEL-Eva, 88 years of age, of 33 Christian Ave., Concord, N.H., died Sept. 13 at Havenwood Nursing Home, after a long illness. She was born in New York City, spent most of her life In New Jersey arid Mount Vernon, N.Y. before moving to Concord in 1984. She is survived by 1 son, Frank Garfunkel of Winthrop. Mass., 1 daughter, Charlotte G. Snyder of Concord, N.H., 1 brother. Jack D. Garfunkel of Bronx-ville, N.Y., 2 sisters, Freda Bachrach of Bronxville and Kay Nassau of New Rochelle, N.Y., 7 grandchildren. 2 great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and cousins. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. The Bennett Funeral Home, CONCORD, N.H. is in-charge of arrangements. HAMMER-Of Reading, September 12, 1990, Robert E. Husband of Florence (Hart). Son of the late Oleaf and Mildred (Reagan) Hammer. Brother of Edward of Haverhill and Dorothy Swap of CT. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews and grand nieces and grand nephews. A Memorial Service will be held on Monday, Sept. 1 7 at The Old South Methodist Church, 6 Salem St., Reading, at 1 1 a.m. Followed by burial at Puritan Lawn Cemetery, Peabody. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in his memory to the Old South Methodist Church. Funeral arrangements under the direction of the Douglass Funeral Home, READING. HEALY-Of Framingham. Sept. 13. Francis J. Jr. Beloved husband of Dorothy M. (Tyman) Healy and devoted father of Michael Healy of Framingham, Linda Healy of Framingham, Mrs. Thomas (Donna) Romano oiHamilton, N.J. Beloved grandfather of Anthony and Amanda Romano both of Hamilton, N.J. Also survived by a brother Paul Healy of Hyannis, step-mother Mary Healy of Arlington, 2 step-brothers, 1 stepsister and several nieces and nephews. FuneraJ from the Eugene J. McCarthy & Sons Funeral Home, 11 Lincoln St., FRAMINGHAM, Mon. morning at 9:15 followed by a Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. in St. Jeremiah's Church, 41 Brook St., Framingham. Calling hours at the Funeral Home Sun. 2-4 and 7-9 f).m. In lieu of flowers expressions of sympa-hy in his memory may be made to the American Heart Assoc., Mass. Affiliate, 33 Fourth Ave., Needham, MA 02194. HEINRICH-Kurt A. 70 of Dennis. Sept. 13. Brother of the late Erwin, Eugene & William Heinrich. Funeral arrangements by Doane, Beal 4 Ames Funeral Home, SOUTH DENNIS, MA will be private. Memorial donations in lieu of flowers may be sent to the American Cancer Society, 572 Main St., West Yarmouth, MA 02673 or Cape Cod Hospital, 27 Park St., Hyannis, MA 02601, KARDOOSE-Of Saugus, suddenly September 1 1 , Louis, loving husband of Camille-(DiMauro), loving father of Anthony, Louis and Camilla Kardoose, all of Saugus. Devoted brother of Nicholas Kardoose of Whitman. Funeral from the Bisbee-Porcella Funeral Home, 549 Lincoln Ave., SAUGUS, Monday at 9 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass at Our Lady of the Assumption Church, Lynnfield, at 10:00 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Saturday 7-9 and Sunday 2-4 and 7-9. p.m. Interment Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford. Late employee of Sears Roebuck & Co., Saugus. Donations in his memory may be made to the Franciscan Mission Assoc. P.O. Box 598 Mt. Vernon, NY 10551-0598. KEATING-ln Winchester, Sept. 13. Alice (Brine). Beloved wife of the Late Richard Keating, cousin of Edward and Elaine Gar-vey, also survived by many other cousins. Funeral will be held from the Lane Funeral Home, 760 Main St. (Rt. 38), WINCHESTER, on Monday, Sept. 17, at 9 00 A.M. Followed by a Funeral Mass In St. Mary's Church at 10 00 A.M. Visiting hours at the FuneraJ Home on Sunday 5-7 pm only. Relatives and friends invited. Interment in Wildwood Cemetery, Winchester. KIMBALL-Of Epsom, NH. formerly of Wal-tham, MA, Robert P., Kimball, on Thursday. Sept. 13, beloved companion of Frances Smith of Epsom. Father of Robert P. Kimball. Jr. and Michael Kimball, both of Wal-tham. Butty and Jeffrey Kimball of Pittsfield, NH. Cathy Kimball of Waltham. Son of Jean- , ette (Blanchette) Kimball of Waltham. Brother of George Kimball. Jr. and Jean France, both of Waltham. Also survived by 3 grandchildren. Funeral Services Monday 2 p.m. in hi hnme on Black Hall Rd.. Eosom. NH. Friends may call Saturday night from 7-9 pm, notr 71, ounoay wmn a r-9 yj.m. au 1119 me. LANGELIER-m Milton, Sept. 13. Veronica L. (Flaherty) Langelier. Beloved wife of the late Daniel H. Langelier. Devoted mother of Henry J. Langelier of Milton. Also survived by 7 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Tfuneral from the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals. 1 Independence Ave.. QUINCY Monday Sept. 17 at 9:15 a m. Funeral Mass in St Agatha's Church, East Milton at 10. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment Milton Cemetery. LINDBERG-Of Waquoit. Sept. 11. 1990. Clifford P. Lindberg, jr. Husband of Thelma (Petersen) Lindberg. Son of Katherine Murphy of Framingham. Father of Thomas E. of Carver S Scoff Lindberg of Plymouth. Stepfather of Dr. Karen Kennetle of Averitl Park. NY. Kirsten Kennette of Watertown. Peter Kennetle of Sandwich Dana Kennette of San Diego, Ca. & Theodore Kennette of Waltham. Brother of Fred Lindberg of Westford, Phyllis Jackson of Dover & Constance Mcln-tyre of Wayland. also survived by 1 5 grandchildren. A Memorial service will be held on Wed.. Sept. 19 at Waquoit Congregational Church, Rt 28. Waquoit at 1 p.m. Visiting hours are omitted. Donations in his memory may be made to The American Heart Assoc , 175 W. Main St.. Hyannis, Ma.. 02601 or The Clifford P Lindberg, Jr Scholarship Fund, co Waquoit Bay Yacht Club p o. box 434, Waquoit. Ma.. 02536. Arrangements by Chapman, Cole & Gleason of Falmouth. MA R I NO-Of Everett, on Sept 14. James. Beloved husband of the late Claire M. (Walters) Marino. Dear brother in law of Jennie Walters of Chelsea. Josephine McLaughlin of Belmont Mary Steiiati of Lexinoton. Eleanor Walters of Chelsea, and the laTe Thomas and Frank Walters, also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. Funeral from the Paul Buonfgiio Funeral Home. 128 Revere St., REVERE, on Monday. Sept 17. a: 8 a m. Funeral Mass in St. Anthony s Church, Revere, at 9a m. Relatives and fnenos kindly invrted. Visiting hours Sunday evening only 6-9. Interment wUI be in Woodtawn Cemetery. Everett Ill S. L. DEATHS MANDILE-Of Newton Upper Falls, suddenly, September 14th, John E., beloved son of Genevieve V. (Dawda) Mandile and the late Joseph A. Mandile. Brother of Joseph A. Mandile of Upton, Genevieve V. Gardner of Seattle, WA, Virginia G. Harmon of Lakewood, CA, Patricia A. Stewart of Whi-tlnsville, and Mary L. Santoes of Waltham. Also survived by 3 nephews & 2 nieces. Funeral from the George F. Doherty & Sons Funeral Home, 1305 Highland Avenue, NEEDHAM, Monday at 8: ft. Funeral Mass In Mary Immaculate of Lourdes Church, Newton Upper Falls at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment private. Expressions of sympathy may be made in John's memory to the American Heart Assn. 33 Fourth Ave., Needham, MA 02194. Late employee of Parker-Hannifin Corp. of Waltham. MARTI N-Formerly of Concord In Wllmot, N.H., September 12, 1990, William R. Husband of Eileen Martin. Father of Carol A. Martin of Framingham and Weare, N.H., Rae Martin Emmett of Santa Monica, Calif., William R. Martin Jr. of Westford and the late Judith Martin Douglass. Brother of Elsie Gilbert of Spring Hill, Fla., and Earle Martin of Upton. Also survived by 1 5 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren, his niece and nephew, ervices in the MacRae-Tunniclitfe Funeral Home, Thoreau & Belknap Sts.. CONCORD, Monday. September 17 at 11 a.m. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4 p.m. only. Gifts-in his memory may oe sent to the Winslow J. Damon Scholarship Fund, co Corinthian Lodge P.O. Box 75, Concord, Ma. 01742. MASSOUD-Rlta J. (Bolin), 41, of 11 Abbot St., Andover, Died Sept. 14, In Beth Israel Hospital. Wife of Tony Massoud, She Is survived by a son Jacob Anthony, her mother Cecelia Bolln of Green Bay, Vrt, 2 sisters Ruth Bolin of Nyack, NY, and Mary Cichocki of Marshfield, Wl, several nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass will be offered on Monday at 10 a.m. St. Augustine's Church, Andover, Burial will be private. Friends may call Sunday 2-4, 7-9, at the Dewhlrst & Conte Funeral Home, 17 Third St, North Andover, MA. Memorial contributions may be made to the Joslin Clinic and Deaconess Hospital Kidney Research, 1 Joslin PI., Boston, MA 02215. McAVOY-of Wellesley Hills. Sept. 14 James Francis, Jr., beloved husband of Marcia (Gilles) loving father of James G. of Sherborn, MA, John G. of Lynn MA and Peter R. of Beverly, MA. Brother of Robert of Glastonbury, CT. and Donald of Huntington, CT. Also survived by three grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held Wednesday, Sept. 19, at 1p.m. at the Wellesley Hills Congregational Church. 207 Washington St., Wellesley Hills, Ma. Memorial contributions may be sent to the Hospice of the Good Shepherd, 2042 Beacon St.. Newton, MA 02168. Arrangements by J.S. Waterman & Sons, WELLESLEY. McELROY-ln Belmont, Sept. 14, Harold A., beloved husband of the late Geraldine (O'Brien) McElroy, father of Harold A. Jr. of North Andover, Eugene J. and Ellen L. McElroy of Belmont & Peter E. of Needham, Brother of Kathryn Reilly of Weymouth. Also survived by 10 grandchildren. Funeral from the Stanton Funeral Home, 786 Mt. Auburn ; St., WATERTOWN on Tuesday at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Josephs Church, Common Street, Belmont at 9'oclock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attond. Visitina hours Mondav 2-4 & 7-9 O.m. Interment HoTyhood Cemetery, Brookline. Late alumnus of Boston Latin Class of 1 921 & Harvard College class of 1 925. Member of St. Josephs Holy Name Society, St. Vincent de Paul Society, Belmont Town Club & Past President of the Belmont Boosters Club. In lieu of flowers contributions in Harolds memory to the St. Joseph's Church Building Fund, 124 Common Street, Belmont 02178, would be appreciated. McGAW-David E. lot Needham September 12, suddenly. Husband of Elizabeth (Tucker). Father of Douglas B. of Emporia, KS, Eric M. of Hyderabad, India, Philip A. of Milton, Andrew K. of Manila and 7 grandchildren. Arrangements being made. McHUGH-ln London England, September 13, formerly of Ballinaglera, Co. Leiirim, Ireland, James Francis, eeloved husband or Evelyn (McLoughlin). Devoted father of Anne Creighton, Maureen and Roseleen McHugh all of London. Brother of Eugene McHugh and Mary C. Maguire both ofBallinag-lera and Mrs. Cornelius (Peggy) Collins of Dorchester. Funeral and interement will be held in London, England. McPHEE-Of Randolph, formerly of South Boston, September 14, Mary R. (Strousky), beloved wife of Joseph F. McPhee, Sr. Loving mother of Carol A. Sarklsian of Santa Fe, New Mexico and Joseph F. McPhee, Jr. of Northboro. Devoted sister of Joseph Strousky of FL and Anne Thompson of South Boston. Also survived by 4 grandchildren. Reposing at the Cartwrigrit Funeral Home, 4f9 No Main St., RANDOLPH until 10:15 a.m. on Monday followed by a Funeral Mass at 1 1 a.m. in S(. Bernadette's Church, Randolph. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend visiting hours Saturday 7-9 and Sunday 2-4 and 7-9. Burial in Blue Hills Cemetery, Braintree. MERRIFIELD-Of Middleton. Sept. 13. Frances S. (Morrell) Merrifield. 87 of 179 Boston St., Middleton. Wife of the former Middleton Town Selectman, Leslie E. Merrifield and brother of Stanley A. Morrell of Middleton. A private Funeral Service was held in the Peterson-O'Donnell Funeral Home, Danvers. Donations in her memory to the First Baptist Church Memorial Fund, 159 Lowell St., Peabody, MA. 01960. NEEDHAM-ln Brighton, September 12th, Daniel L., beloved brother of Mrs. Ruth Abi-ziod of Brockton, William and the late Anne C. Burke. Uncle of John F. Burke. Patricia A. ! Burke) Coffin, both of Ashland. Marie A. Burke-Bradley) McNamara of Holbrook, lacqueline C. Burke of Hotliston. Ronald Burke of S C. and George Burke of Wilmington. Funeral from the Gerald W. Lehman Funeral Home. 569 Cambridge St., BRIGHTON, Monday morning at 8 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Columbkille Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Visiting hours Sunday 7-9 p.m. O'ROURKE-ln Cambridge, of Billerlca. September 14. Helen V. (Damon). Beloved wife of the late Lawrence. Mother of Helen P. Herman. Frances T. Riley. Louise S. Doran, James T. O'Rourke and the late Charles J. and Lawrence E. O'Rourke. Survived by 18 Prandchlldren and 24 great grandchildren, uneral from the Keefe Funeral Home, 2175 Mass Avenue, NO. CAMBRIDGE, on Monday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass St. John's Church. Cambridge at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited, visiting hours Sunday 2-4 and 7-9. Parking at 2225 Mass. Ave. PECK-Of Williamstown, Sept. 10. Dr. Jane Cary (Chapman). Associate Professor of Religion and Society at Andover Newton Theological School. Beloved daughter of Ruth M. Chapman of Forsyth, GA., and the late Paul R. Chapman, and sister of Ruth W. Hassler of Steinhatchee, Fla. Loving wife of Robert R. Mother and mother in law of Robert C. of Seattle; James W. and Nancy Peck-Gray of Wellesley; and Cary L. and Jonathan T.D. of Williamstown. Calling hours from 7-9 P.M. Saturday, Sept. 15, and Funeral at 4 P.M. Sunday. Sept. 16 at First United Methodist Church in Williamstown. Memorial Service at noon Thursday, sept, zu, stoaoara nan. andover Newton Campus. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The Jane Cary Chapman Peck Minority Scholarship Fund at Andover Newton, 210 Herrick Rd, Newton Centre, MA 02159. PELTON-Of Somerville, Formerly of Margaret's Bay, Nova Scotia. Sept. 14, 1990, Carolyn M. (Boutilier). in her 91st year. Beloved wife of Donald H. Pelton, Loving mother of Muriel Thompson of Somerville, Gladys Be-noit of N.H. Robert J. of Somerville. Loretta Crecca of Wilmington, and the late Kenneth of New Mextxo, also survived by 18 grandchildren, 37 great grandchildren, and 3 great great grandchildren. Funeral Service Monday at 1 8 from the G.F. McKenna & Son Funeral Home. 390 Medford St.. SOMERVILLE, Relatives end friends kindly invited. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4, 7-9 p.m. PERRY-Of South Boston In Quincy. Sept. 14. Joseph 'Joker". Beloved husband of Man E. (Carter). Beloved father of Joanie Flynn. Barbara Perry. Cathy Empey. Donna Qapienca, Jimmy f-ony, an ui uuuiy, uoir bie Curry of Weymouth, Joseph Perry of Scituate, Peggy Jones and Betty Toland, both of South Boston. Also survived bv twenty grandchildren and seven great PrandchMdren. Funeral from the O'Brien uneral Home, 146 Dorchester St. SOUTH BOSTON, Monday at 8. Funeral Mass at St. Augustine Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Saturday 7-9, Sunday 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Late member of the Chippewa Club and Elks Club 10. PI KE-David Anthony of West Roxbury Sept. 1 3 after a brief illness age 22. Beloved son of Elaine Pike & the laterlarvey Pike. Loving grandnephew of Marie Shack of West Roxbury & tne late Francis Shack. Dear grandson of Anna Pike & Thomas B. Kenney. Complete notice to follow. ROCK-Of Maiden, September 13, John J. Husband of Catherine R. (Collins) Rock. Father of John J. Rock 111 of Tewksbury, Grandfather of Michael and Janine Rock. Father-in-law of Mary (Montenero). Brother of Janet Ferguson of Winchester and the late Ethel McCarthy. Uncle of John, Leonard and Gerald McCarthy of Maiden and Cheryl McLain of Winchester, also survived by several grand nieces and grand nephews. Funeral from Owen P. Doonan Sons Funeral Home. 7 Wicklow St. at Fellsway (Rte. 28 one light south of Rte. 60). MALDEN on Monday at 10:15. FuneraJ Mass in the Immaculate Conception Church at 1 1 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4 and 7-9. Retiree of Exxon Corp. ol Everett RYERSON-Of Weston. Sept. 14, Susan (Souther). Beloved wife of Wendell E. Loving mother of Richard Alan of Boston and Judith Ann of Moultonboro. N H. Sister of Shirley Pate of Miami. Fla.. and EstTer Bearse of Chatham, MA, A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Mass, 83 Boston Post Rd.. Sudbury. MA 01776. Arrangements by J.S. Waterman & Sons, WELLESLEY. SE RON -Evelyn Thresa (Coyle) of Ouincy. September 13, 1990 Wife of the late Stanley J. Mother of Richard J. of Boston and Steven J of Arlington. Mother in law of Marguente Seron. Sister of Helen Coyle Maschmo of Marshfield and Eugene Coyle of Milton. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Keohane Funeral Home. 785 Hancock St.. WoNaston, Tuesday at 9:15 FuneraJ Mass in St. Aoatha s Church, Milton, at 10 am. Visiting hours Sunday evening 7-9 and Monday evening 7-9 Burial in Pine Hilt Cemetery. West Quincy. IN MEM0RIAM 19S2JAKES (Russ) PERRY 1930 Deep in our harts your memory is keot to love and to chensh and never forget Love always. Wife a Family Obituaries Gregory Witcher, 32; was reporter for the Globe, Wall Street Journal By Jerry Thomas GLOBE STAFF Gregory Witcher, a former urban affairs writer for The Boston Globe who reported on the progress and failures of the poor and underclass, died Wednesday of AIDS in his Detroit home. He was 32 years old. Mr. Witcher, who friends said waged a long and courageous fight against acquired immune deficiency syndrome, joined the Globe staff in 1984 as a general assignment reporter after working at the Washington Post and the Atlanta Journal and Constitution. At the Globe, he also was a member of the paper's urban team, covered social services and wrote articles about violence against Asian immigrants in Greater Boston communities. In 1987, he joined the Wall Street Journal's bureau in Detroit, where he covered the automotive industry. "Greg was a sensitive, caring reporter who was deeply interested in urban affairs," said John S. Driscoll, editor of the Globe. "We are all saddened by his loss." Added Greg Moore, the newspaper's metropolitan editor, "Our prayers were with Greg. He was a sensitive person and reporter who cared about the underprivileged and persecuted. He was smart, funny, loyal and generous with his time to people and causes. He was a good and popular reporter here who will be deeply missed by his many friends at the newspaper and in the community." friend and colleague Juan Williams of the Washington Post said Mr. Witcher was never a newspaperman. "He was a fiction writer," Williams said. "Better yet, a travel writer, who was so talented people in the news business took to him. They took him and tried to make it happen. He was never a deadline, beat reporter type of guy The tragedy of his death at a young age is that he did not have the time to develop himself as an essayist, as a travel writer or as a fiction writer." Mr. Witcher was born in Washington. He attended Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N.H., and received a liberal arts degree at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass. "He was full of energy, I would say a go-getter," said his mother, Rita Witcher of Washington. "He wanted to be very good at his job and was constantly thriving to be the . best He was a conscientious son, and we all loved him very dearly and thought very highly of him. In our minds, we said he would be our dream. He was going to be the DEATHS SMITH-ln Lincoln, formerly of Concord, September 13, 1990, Edward W. III. Husband of Anne fTaliaferro). Father of Catesby T. Gross of Roanoke. VA and Austin W. Smith" of Sudbury. Brother of Marion S. Har-wood of Baltimore, MD. Also survived by 3 nephews. Memorial Services in Trinity Episcopal Church, Monday, September 17 at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers gifts in his memory may be sent to Trinity Episcopal Church, 81 Elm St., Concord, 01742 or the Vineyard Conservation Society, Vineyard Haven, MA 02568. Arrangements by MacRae-Tunnicliffe. CONCORD, MA. SUDBEY-Formerly of Cambridge and Rockland, in So. Yarmouth Sept. 13,lrVilliam " K. Sudbey. Husband of the late Norma A. (Johnson) Sudbey. Father of John G. of Framingham and Lawrence A. of Norwood. Also survived by 3 grandchildren. Funeral from the Daniel F. O'Brien Funeral Home, 907 Mass Avenue, CAMBRIDGE Monday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Paul's Church, 8ambridge at 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross emetery. WW II Veteran. Visiting hours Sunday 2-4, 7-9 p.m. UMBRO Of South Braintree, unexpectedly. Sept. 12, 1990. Gina Marie Umbro. Beloved 4Vs yr old daughter of Vito Anthony Umbro and Cathy Ann (DiBernardini) Umbro. Beloved grandaughter of Vito and Maria (Sam-marco) Umbro of Dorchester and Joseph E. and Joan M. (Lynch) DiBernardini of South Braintree. Beloved greatgrandaughter of Theresa Sammarco of Dorchester, the late Bruno Sammarco. the late Natalie and Elizabeth Umbro, the late Robert and Catherine (Salvi) DiBernardini and the late Samuel P. and Hazel E. Lynch. Gina Marie is survived by uncles, aunts and cousins. Funeral from the Mortimer N. Peck FuneraJ Home, 516 Washington St. BRAINTREE, on Monday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Francis of Assisi Church, South Braintree Square at 10 a.m. Interment at Blue Hill Cemetery, Braintree. Relatives and fhends invited. Visiting hours Saturday evening from 7-9 and Sunday afternoon from 2-4 only. (Please note the times of visiting hours). Memorial donations may be sent to St. Francis of Asssisi Parish, 854 Washington St., South Braintree, MA 02184 or to The New England Home for Little Wanderers. 850 Boylston SL, Suite 201, Chestnut Hill. MA 02167. VARALLO-Of SomerviHe Sept. 14, Assunta (Novieilo). Betoved wife of the late Humbert Mother of Florence Cunningham of Somerville. Alfred J. Varallo of Somerville & the late Humbert Varallo, Jr. Also survived by 3 grandchildren & 4 great-grandchildren. Funeral from the DeVito Funeral Home, 761 Mt. Auburn St. WATERTOWN Monday morning at 9. FuneraJ Mass at 10 in St John's Church. North Cambridge. Visiting Sunday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Burial Holy Cross Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Assunta s memory to the Greater Boston Diabetes Society. 1 330 Beacon St. Suite 345. Brookline, MA 02146. ANNOUNCEMENTS LOCAL 369, U.W.DJL We regret to announce the death of Brother Richard D. Bailey, employed as a Central Control Operator at L Street Station on the properties of The Boston Edison Co. Vrstting hours at the Carroll Thomas Funeral Home in Hyde Park on Sat 7-9 and Sun 2-4 7-9. Funeral Mass in Most Precious Blood Church. 25 Ma-pie St Hvde Park on Monday at 9 a.m D E. Wightman. Pres. J F. Holland. Secy. Treas. Di MEM0R1AM 1930 MARGARET M. (WALSH) SORRELL 1390 Beloved wie of F. Kyte and mother of Kyle T. of Daytona Beach Fla. Months Mmd Mass Sunday Sept 16. 1990 at 9am at St Catherine s Church. Charlestown. 2iL GREGORY WITCHER dream, and he achieved much of that." In August 1989, Mr. Witcher left the Journal on disability leave, company officials said. At that time, friends said he became committed to fighting AIDS head-on. "Greg was really an incredible person; he maintained his dignity and his character and his wit of humor up until his end," said Judge Roy Roulhac of Detroit, a friend who cared for Witcher during his illness. "He was a person who knew how to organize things. He planned his memorial service and put everything in order. "He had a prognosis on July 10, and doctors said he would live only two weeks," Roulhac added. "And it was like he meant to defy them when he lived two months. The fact he had AIDS did not deter him, like many who chose to go undercover. He never did. He attempted to take advantage of every opportunity." Mr. Witcher also leaves five brothers and sisters who live in the Washington area. His mother said a memorial service will be held in Washington in October. In lieu of flowers, donations in the name of Mr. Witcher to the scholarship fund at Phillips Exeter Academy would be appreciated. Edward W. Smith, 72 Was business executive Edward W. Smith 3d, a retired senior vice president of Arthur D. Little Inc. of Cambridge, died of cancer Thursday at his home in Lincoln. He was 72 and a former resident of Concord. Mr. Smith joined ADL in 1961 after serving as New York sales manager for the Celanese Corp. and then for the Bradley Container Corp. He retired in 1988. A native of Baltimore, he graduated from Loyola College there and served as an ensign in the Coast Guard during World War II. Mr. Smith, a summer resident of Vineyard Haven for 35 years, was a member of the Trustees of Reservations, Vineyard Conservation Society and the Concord Country Club. He leaves his wife, Anne (Taliaferro); a daughter, Catesby T. Gross of Roanoke, Va.; a son, Austin W. of Sudbury; and a sister, Marion S. Harwood of Baltimore. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in Trinity Episcopal Church, Concord. MiamR. Martin, 77 Former developer and builder William R. Martin, a former developer and builder of custom homes in Concord, died of a heart attack Wednesday at his summer home in Wilmot, N.H. He was 77 and had a winter home in Bradenton, Fla. Born in Brighton, Mr. Martin graduated from the Norfolk County Agricultural School in Walpole and attended Wentworth Institute. He served as an Army private in Italy during World War II. Mr. Martin, a resident of Concord from 1941 to 1966, developed property there on Martin Road, Park Lane and Whippoorwnll Lane. He leaves his wife, Eileen (McCarty); two daughters, Carol A. of Framingham and Rae Emmett of Santa Monica, Calif.; a son, William R. Jr. of Westford; -a sister, Elsie Gilbert of Spring HilL Fla.; a brother, Earle, of Upton; 15 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday in the MacRae-Tunnicliffe Funeral Homen Concord. Burial will be in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord. Denise S. Carty-Bennia Northeastern law professor, atbS ! Denise S. Carty-Bennia, a professor at Northeastern University Law School, died Tuesday in Detroit She was 43. Ms. Carty-Bennia, a specialist in constitutional law and civil procedure, was beginning her second year on leave from Northeastern as visiting professor at the City University of New York Law School, in Queens, N.Y. She was the coauthor of a brief submitted to the US Supreme Court in the landmark 1989 abortion rights case, Webster v. Reproductive Health Services, On behalf of 900 law professors nationwide. Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun cited the brief in his dissent to the court's Webster decision. In 1985, Ms. Carty-Bennia helped found the Cambridge-based National Center for Fair and Open Testing and served as its first chairwoman. The center opposes the Scholastic Aptitude Test and other standardized, multiple-choice tests used for college placements, seeing them as invalid measures of student performance and potential. A 1969 graduate of Barnard College, Ms. Carty-Bennia received a law degree from Columbia University in 1973. She joined Northeastern in 1977 after teaching at Wayne State University Law School in Detroit and working for a New York-law firm. From 1979 to 1981, she was co-chairwoman of the National Conference of Black Lawyers. A memorial service will be held Oct 11 at 3 p.m. in the Ell Building on the Northeastern campus. Ml . ..Tir .r ft-. 'A '"iS. . rr-.TA v-xv- I . A i ' IA ' , ' ,s -,,A " ( " ' , i V .. . '. ma 1 &5frr I J ; . 5 PAUL F. DONAHUE Paul F.Donahue, 83 Founded Nahant building firm Paul F. Donahue, founder of Conti & Donahue Inc., a former general contracting company in Nahant, died Thursday at his home in Nahant He was 83. Mr. Donahue, a registered professional engineer in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, opened the business in 1933. After a merger -it became R.C. Griffin Inc., also based in Nahant He was a consultant for the company at the time of his death. Born in Boston, Mr. Donahue graduated from Boston Latin School ' in 1925 and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1929. He served as a Navy lieutenant junior grade during World War II. He was a past president of the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts and a past commander of the Mortimer Robbins American Legion Post in Nahant Mr. Donahue leaves his wife, M. Frances (Fogarty); three daughters, Ellen Foley of Nahant Kathleen White of Arlington, Va., and Paula Sharfman of Oakton, Va.; a sister, Katherine Kelly of Boca Raton, Fla.; and eight grandchildren. A funeral Mass will be said at 11 a.m. Monday in St Thomas Aquinas Church, Nahant Robert P. Kimball, 51 Was self-employed welder Robert P. Kimball of Epsom, N.H, a self-employed welder, died Thursday at Concord (N.H.) Hospital. He was 51 and moved to New Hampshire from Waltham in 1975. Mr. KimbalL a native of Somerville, leaves his companion, Frances Smith of Epsom; four sons, Robert P. Jr. and Michael of Waltham and , Buffy and Jeffrey of Pittsfield, N.H.; a daughter, Cathy of Waltham; his mother, Jeannette (Blanchette) Kimball of Waltham; a brother, George Jr. of Waltham; a sister, Jean France of Waltham; and three grandchildren. Services will lSe held Monday at 2 pan. in Mr. Kimball's home on BlacW Hall Road. ! 03 0 '.'J- t -i.'A A.' ":A il rSvsi ,. :rn( MA Hi. " (A tr.r.J. ill A 'rp , !. '-iuiA l-ViA 1 tj,"'lM I i.'f'iA .. -L.)A !'..) .. ?:,") M0 '.''jA ... 5r VIA !. 6i;.ev''A ,-. rij.A r.ii: I' -t J II. V; IA : r ( i; . ' . V1 . "'.IA

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