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B2 Rutland Daily Herald Obituaries Monday, May 22, 2006 Mary A. Heath FAIR HAVEN Mary Ann (Wells) Heath, 50, formerly of Hartland, VT, died Friday evening, May 19, 2006, at her brothers' home in Fair Haven, after a courageous battle with cancer. Mary was bom January 15, 1956, in Rutland, VT, the daughter of Joseph C. and Margaret N. (Amery) Wells. She was a graduate of Fair flaven Union High School with the class of 1974, Mary was a veteran of the United States Air Force, serving during the Vietnam era. She was stationed at Pease Air Force Base in Portsmouth, NH, and served as a member of their drill team and honor guard for military funerals of deceased veterans. After being honorably discharged from the military, Maty continued her education at the University of Maryland, graduating in 1989 with a BA in psychology- Maiy was employed for over 1 5 years with the Veterans Administration, most recently as an assistant to the associate director of the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in White River Ji t., retiring from there in March of 20Q5. She was a very determined athlete and runner throughout her life. Mary was a lest runner for the New balance Shoe Co. and even during her illness, she continued to run every day that her health permitted her to. Throughout the course of her life, she had run over 30,000 miles. She was a certified aerobics instructor and body builder. In 1974, she was a contestant in the Miss Vermont Beauty Pageant and was later selected to be a judge for the 2001 pageant. She was a member of the VFW Post 2571 and the American Legion Post 26, both of White River Jet., VT. Mary is survived bv her mother, Margaret N. Wells of Fair Haven; her daughter, Tiffany Lee Heath pf Rudand; her brothers, Joseph Corby Wells of St. Albans, William J. Wells and Richard A. Wells, both of Fair Haven, Robert T. Wells of Middlebury; her stepmother, Carole J. Wells of Queensbury, NY; and also by several nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles. She was predeceased by her father, Joseph C. Wells in 2003; her brother, Christopher M. Wells in 1999; and her infant brother, John C. Wells. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday, May 23, 2006, at 1 1 :00 a.m. at Our Lady of Seven Dolors Catholic Church in Fair Haven. The Rev. James R. Lawrence will officiate. Burial will follow the Mass in Cedar Grove Cemetery in Fair Haven. Visiting hours for family and friends will be on Monday, May 22, 2006, front 6:00 to 9.00 p.m. at the Durfee Funeral Home, 119 North Main St., Fair Haven, VT. Memorial contributions in memory of Mary may be given to the Veterans Affairs Medical Center, in care of Mr. Gary DeGasta, Directors Office, North Hartland Road, White River junction, VT 05001 Lester Ward POULTNEY Lester Ward, 88, passed away Friday, May 19, 2006, at the Indian River Health Sc Rehabilitation Facility in Granville, New York, following a long illness. Born January 26, 1918, in Poultney, he was the son of Eva (Hughes) and Ernest Chase. He was very proud to have served in the U.S. Army during WWII. He was a farmer and loved the land and animals. Survivors include his wife of 52 years, Beverly (Gallison) Ward; his son, Charles W. Ward and his wife Wendy of West Rupert; three half-sisters, Sylvia Howard of Poultney, Esther Simton of Fort Edward, New York, and June West of Hampton, New York; three grandsons, Jason Ward, Timothy Ward and Tyler Brown. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday in Cedar Grove Cemetery in Fair Haven with the Rev. James Peterson officiating, with burial to follow. No calling hours will be scheduled. The family has suggested memorials be in the form of contributions to the Poultney Rescue Squad, Church Street, Poultney, VT 05764. Arrangements are under the direction of the Robert M. King Funeral Home, 23 Church St., Granville, New York. M. Lorraine Moscatello The graveside service for M. Lorraine Moscatello, 85, of Rutland, who died Feb. 11, 2006, is postponed to a later date to be announced. Arrangements are under the direction of the Aldous Funeral Home. Mary A. Wyman CHITTENDEN The graveside sendee for Mary Angela Surrell Wyman, 71 , who died Feb. 12, 2006, will be held at noon Wednesday, May 24, 2006, in Baird Cemetery. The Rev. Lawrence Jenney will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of the Aldous Funeral Home. Wayne D. Stevens POULTNEY The graveside service for Wayne Dadd Gramps" Stevens, who died Feb. 22, 2006, will be held at noon Wednesday, May 24, 2006, in Evergreen Cemetery in Pittsford. The Rev. Adam Krempa, pastor of St. Raphael's Catholic Church in Poultney, will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of the Barnard Funeral Home in Pittsford. Anne T. Lindewall Rites The memorial service for Anne T. (Ryan) Lindewall, 68, of Newburgh, N.Y., and formerly of Rutland, who died March 13, 2006, was held Saturday, May 20, 2006, at the Clifford Funeral Home. Officiating was the Rev. Thomas Mattison, assistant pastor of Christ the King Church. Ernest B. Reeves HARTFORD Ernest B. Reeves, 78, died Mav 2 1 , 2006, at Hanover Terrace Healthcare in Hanover, N.H. He was born Sept. 17, 1932, in Hartford, the son of George E. and Mary (Baxter) Reeves. He graduated from Hartford High School where he was an athlete. He held the school javelin record for over 25 years and represented Vermont at the New England track meet. Mr. Reeves served in the U.S. Army in Korea from 1952 to 1954. He was married to Nancy Hall on Aug. 19, 1985, in Albany, N.Y. He worked for the Boston Sc Maine Railroad for 14 years. He then went to work at the U.S. Postal Service as a clerk, retiring in 1990, after 27 years of service. Mr. Reeves was a life member of the B.P.O. Elks No. 1541 in Hartford and a member of Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2571 and American legion Post 26, all in White River Junction. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was an avid golfer and a memberof the John P. Larkin Countiy Club in Windsor where he made a double eagle. Survivors include bis wife of Hartford; a son, Randy Reeves of Thetford Center; four daughters, Jill Chase of Hartland, Cindy Fountain of Bradford, Julie Edwards of McDonough, Ga., and Cathy Carter of North Springfield; a stepdaughter, Brenda Cook of Vilas, N.C.; seven grandchildren and three step-grandchildren. He was predeceased by a brother, George Reeves Jr. in 2002. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 23, 2006, at the knight Funeral Home in White River Junction. The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 24, 2006, at the funeral home, with burial following in Hartford Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Upper Valley Humane Society, 300 Old Route 10, Enfield, NH 03748; or the VA Hospital, in care of Patient Services, 215 North Main St., White River Junction, VT 05009. Henry C. Hyde LANDGROVE Henry Cheves Hyde, age 85, died May 18, 2006. Mr. Hyde was bom May 29, 1920, in Charleston, South Carolina, the son of Simeon Hyde and Isabella Middleton Cheves. He spent his early childhood in Charleston and then was a resident of Rye, New York, for most of his young adult life. He attended Phillips Andover Academy and the Farragut Academy, and was a member of the famous World War II class of 1944 at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. During World War II, Mr. Hyde served as a naval aviator in the Pacific Theater. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medals for airsea rescue missions. He fiew from the light cruiser USS Miami during die Philippines and Okinawa campaigns, rescuing a number of downed carrier pilots in enemy controlled waters, In 1948, Mr. Hyde married Ellen Leigh Marlin of New Orleans, Louisiana, and Rye, New York. The couple recently celebrated their 58th anniversary. Mr. Hyde's early business career included an extensive national training program with the Vick Chemical Co., and he was later employed in the international department of the old Royal Typewriter Co. in New York City. Mr. Hydes pioneering spirit led him from the corporate world to rural Vermont as early as 1950, where he anil his wife raised three children in Chester. He was associated with the Bryant Grinder Corp. in Springfield for many years. He always enjoyed the outdoors and rural way of life. He especially loved the old days" of rope tow skiing, family outings at Okemo Mountain, and picnicking and camping on his Weston property. Mr. Hyde was very active in tne Chester community, leading the effort for a new elementary school and serving for years on the vestry as a senior warden at St. Lukes Episcopal Church. With several others in the community, he built the towns fust tennis court and helped inspire many young people to learn the game. In 1970, Mr. Hyde entered the real estate business as principal broker of Doane Associates in Londonderry. He and Mrs. Hyde designed and built their present home in Landgrove where they had spent many summers and vacations since the late 1940s. As much as he loved Vermont, he never lost his passion for saltwater sailing and spent many summers cruising with his brother off Marthas Vineyard and in Maine. Mr. Hyde is survived by his wife, Ellen Leigh Martin Hyde of Landgrove; a son, Henry Cheves Hyde Jr. of Falls Church, Virginia; two daughters, Leigh Hyde Adams (Mrs. Richard H. Adams) of Landgrove and Anne Hyde Degan (Mrs. Daniel J. Degan) of Norwich, Vermont; and grandchildren, Elisabeth, Lucy, Cameron and Mat. He is also survived by his brother, Simeon Hydejr. of Portland, Oregon, and his sister, Ann Hyde Long of Portsmouth, Virginia. A memorial service is planned for a later date. Memorial gifts may be made to the Londonderry Rescue Squad, Londonderry, VT 05148. Robert L. Short BRATTLEBORO Robert Lawrence Short, 74, died May 19, 2006, at Thompson House, following an extended illness. He was bom in Townshend on March 13,, 1932, the son of Lee and Mildred (Davis) Short Sr. He had attended I .eland Sc Gray Seminary. Mr. Short enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1950, served in combat in Korea and was honorably discharged in 1953. On June 25, 1982, in Putney, he was married to Elizabeth Lanine Schwartz. He worked for several area businesses including BDK Transportation where he logged over 1 ,000,000 accident-free miles. Previously he had been employed for Barrows Coal Co. anil Putney Paper. Mr. Short was a member of American Legion Brattleboro Post No. 5 and the V.F.W. Carl M. Dessaint Post No. 1034. He enjoyed traveling and country Sc western music. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Helen-Grace Bostock of Ludlow and Constance Connie Redford of Townshend; a brother, David Stub" Short of Putney; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by two brothers, Lee Short Jr. and William Bill" Short. It was Mr. Shorts wishes that no funeral services be conducted. Following cremation, burial will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Grace Cottage Hospital, Route 35, Townshend, VT 05353; or to Thompson House Nursing Home, 80 Maple St., Bratdeboro, VT 05301. Arrangements are under the direction of the Atamaniuk Funeral Home. Dorothy M. Bean PERKINSVILLE A celebration of life service for Dorothy M. Bean, 88, who died Dec. 17, 2005, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 27, 2006, at Perkinsville Community Church in Perkinsville. The Rev. Connie Moser, pastor of Ascutney Union Church, will officiate. A private burial will take place Friday, May 26, 2006, in Oakland Cemetery in Springfield. Arrangements are under the direction of the Davis Memorial Chapel in Springfield. Harold W. Waite SPRINGFIELD The graveside service for Harold W. Waite, 91, who died Dec. 11, 2005, will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 24, 2006, in Pleasantview Cemetery in Chester. The Rev. Thomas Charlton, pastor of Chester Baptist Church, will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of the Davis Memorial Chapel in Springfield. William H. Kroeger Rites CAVENDISH The graveside service for William H. Kroeger, 79, who died May 18, 2006, was held Sunday, Jay 21, 2006, in Hillcrest Cemetery in Proctorsville. Prayers were conducted by Mr. Kroegers family. Arrangements were under the direction of the Davis Memorial Chapel in Springfield. John Kinsman IV Rites NORTH SPRINGFIELD The graveside service for John Kinsman IV, KM), who died April 22, 2006, was held Saturday, May 20, 2006, in Pine Grove Cemetery in North Springfield. The Rev. Lois Pinton officiated. Arrangements were under the direction of the Davis Memorial Chapel in Springfield. Edward Knight Sr. Rites SPRINGFIELD The funeral service for Edward H. Knight Sr., 59, who died May 15, 2006, was held Friday, May 19, 2006, at the Davis Memorial Chapel in Springfield. The Rev. Harold Stanfil, pastor of Precision Valley Baptist Church, officiated. Burial followed in Oakland Cemetery. Bearers were James Butterfield, Daniel King, Thomas Knight, E.J. Knight, Justin Snyder and Troy Snyder. Arthur WMatulonis Rites SPRINGFIELD The graveside service for Arthur W. Matulonis, 76, who died Dec. 10, 2005, was held Friday, May 19, 2006, in Oakland Cemetery in Springfield. The Rev. William Scherwerts, pastor of United Methodist Church, officiated. Military honors were provided by Robert L. Johnson Post 771 VFW of Springfield. Taps was sounded by Ken Phillips and the flag was presented to the family by Elmer Kruse. Arrangements were under the direction of the Davis Memorial Chapel in Springfield. Edna M. Severance Rites SPRINGFIELD The memorial service for Edna M. Severance, 87, who died April 22, 2006, was held Saturday, May 20, 2006, at the Davis Memorial Chapel in Springfield. The Rev. William Scherwerts, pastor of United Methodist Church in Springfield, officiated. Burial followed in Rest Haven Cemetery in Londonderry. W. Perry Neff Rites WESTON A memorial service for W. Perry Neff, 78, who died May 11, 2006, was held Saturday, May 20, 2006, at The Old Parish Church in Weston. The Rev. Jon Bliss of Weston, the Rev. John Mitchell of Zion Church in Manchester and Chaplain Joan Hay Madeira of Dorset officiated. Burial followed in Maple Grove Cemetery in Weston. Ushers were Dick Ahlers, Ray Heberts, Craig Merrill, Monk Ogden, Pres Sloterbeck, Tom Tifft and Fritz Zeller. Speakers at the service were Terry Neff, Stewart Neff, Michael Neff, Laura Neff Reaper, his children; also Ron Prouty, Noel Fritzinger, Douglas Ober and Jon Wright. Bulletin Board EVENTS Open House Mountain View Center Genesis Healthcare at 9 Haywood Ave. is having an open house for its new short-stay unit on Monday, May 22, from 3 to 6 p.m. at the facility. Mayor John Cassarino will cut the ribbon, and several state legislators will attend. Project Graduation Rudand High School invites the Public to a fundraiser to benefit roject Graduation from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 24, at Mr. Twitters. Project Graduation is a drug and alcohol free celebration following the graduation ceremony on June 12. Community Breakfast POULTNEY Sponsored by the Slate Valley Regional Ministry, a Community Breakfast will be held from 8 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 27, at the parish hall of Trinity Episcopal Church in Poultney, 84 Church St. Cost is $1 per person. Senior Fitness CASTLETON The Casdeton Community Center will sponsor a day of activities to celebrate Nadonal Senior Health & Fitness Day, Wednesday, May 31. The day will begin at 9 a.m. with a (noderate level hike on the Ganson Hill Trail, led by Walter Lauf. From 10 a.m. to noon, there will be croquet, badminton and a Precision Walk on our trail. Lunch is available at the Center at noon. Cycling safety and a moderate bike ride led by Jane Pawling will take place after lunch. You must have a bicycle and helmet. , Acdvides are free and lunch is PUnteu.. Keadufa 218 Stratton Rd., 1 AT -TIM Open 7 Dy $3 for seniors. RSVP to the center at 468-3093 by Monday, May 29. Brunch The Godnick Adult Center is having a brunch catered by Fitz, Vogt Sc Associates at 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 31. The menu includes pancakes and maple syrup, scrambled eggs, sausage, home fries, fruit salad, juice and coffee. The fee of $3.50 ($4 for those under age 60) is payable at dme of registration by Tuesday, May 30, in the office. For more information, call 773-1853. Yard Sale Vermont Achievement Center is haring their annual Yard Sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and Friday, June 1 and 2, 88 Park St. Fdr more information, call 775-2395 ext. 103. Fight Cancer FAIR HAVEN The Fair Haven Eagles will hold a lawn and garden raffle fundraiser to support the fight against cancer on Saturday, June 3. For more information, call 265-7966. ANNOUNCEMENTS Silent Auction The College of St. Joseph Silent Auction is accepting bids online atwww.csj.eduauction.html until Wednesday, May 31. All proceeds benefit the CSJ student scholarship fund. The public is invited for a preview and to bid on items from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, June 1, at Tuttle Hall. Final bids and winners will be announced at 7 p.m. Friday, June 2, at the CSJ Night of Italian Opera. For more information, call 773-5900 ext. 3264. Italian Opera College of St. Joseph will host its 12th annual Night of Italian Opera concert starting at 8 p.m. Friday, June 2, at Tuttle Hall. Featuring four professional opera singers, tickets are $25; all seats are reserved. All proceeds benefit the CSJ student scholarship fund. For more information and reservations, call 773-5900 ext. 3264. Flag Disposal POULTNEY For proper disposal of the American flag, you may drop off your old flag from now until Thursday, June 1 , at the Poultney American Legion Post 39 on Granville Street, where they will be given the appropriate disposal ceremony. A container marked for deposit of the flags will be outside. For more information, call 287-5229. Comedy Workshop Vermont ComedyWorks, a three day festival of fun, is now forming classes for the 2nd Annual Humor University, a three day, intensive, stand-up comedy workshop. The In loving memory of MARILYN P. DEL BIANCO Dec. 23, 1931 - May 22, 2004 WE MISS YOU SO MUCH Your husband, Dick, Your children. Lynn, Rick, Rob, Gail & David. Your grandchildren, Evan, Danielle, Kayla, Justin, Jordan, Kyle & Luke classes will take place June 21-23. Participants will work with trained professionals to craft a routine fit for public performance. The classes culminate on Friday night with a performance by all workshop participants in New Faces of Comedy at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland. The workshop is open to budding comics as well as experienced performers who are looking to refine their skills or explore new material. Stand-up New York instructor, comedian and actress, Mary Dimino, will lead the workshop and host Future Stars of Comedy. The registration fee is $249 ($224 if received by May 26). The fee includes classes, one-on-one instruction, two tickets to each Vermont ComedyWorks show including Gilbert Gottfried, a video of the New Faces of Comedy show and an after-show reception. Registration is fully refundable for cancellation received in writing on or before June 12. Cancellations received after June 12, will not receive a refund. Hotel accommodations and meals are the responsibility of the participant. . For tickets or more information, visit www.VermontComedy Works.com, or e-mail laugh Vermon tComedyWorks.com, or call the Downtown Rutland Partnership at 773-9380. In Loving Memory Anthony (Tony) J. Traina 41228 - 52205 One year ago on the 22nd of May I held your hand as you passed away With a heavy heart and tearful eyes For the last time I kissed you goodbye Leaves may wither, flowers may die Friends may forget you, but never shall I Loving Wife ORGANIZATIONS Legion Auxiliary 31 Unit 31 will hold their meeting, with election of officers, Monday, May 22, at the Post, as follows: noon to 6 p.m. voting; 6 p.m. eating; 7 p.m. meeting. BIRTHS Jasmine R. Ashley-Selleck A daughter, Jasmine Rose, was born May 4, 2006, at Rutland Regional Medical Center, to Angela Curavoo and Jeffrey Selleck of Weybridge. Maternal grandparents are Cheryl and Wayne Curavoo. Paternal grandparents are Roy and Brenda Ashley; adoptive grandmother is Greta Selleck. Andrew T. Sabotka A son, Andrew Thomas, was born May 11, 2006, at Rutland Regional Medical Center, to Traci and T. J. Sabbtka of Rutland. Maternal grandparents are Tom and Helen Terenzini. Paternal DILBERT On the dally comics page and in Business Sunday. coupon 25 off ; any 1 clothing I item thru Sunday 52806 1 Sizes 6,8, 10, 12, 14. 16, 18,20,22,24, 26 Mon-Set 9:30, Evay Sun. 12-5 Martha Dwyer Shopkeeper Since 1978 . 45 No. Man Si, Rutlmd,VL 775-7256 2 doors North of CVS Fbarmacy Flooding could help some birds The Associated Press HAMPTON, N.H. Wildlife experts say the recent flooding shouldnt pose a grave danger to any of New Hampshires bird species, and could even end up helping some. Piping plovers the endangered seabirds that build nests on the ground in Hampton and Seabrook may have had their nests washed over. But officials say the birds likely will build new ones as the water subsides. Loon nesting doesnt hit its peak until June, so they also arent expected to be greatly affected. Kate Taylor of the Loon Protection Committee in Moultonborough says flooding may actually help preserve the loon population because the bad weather means fewer boaters out on lakes putting the birds in danger. Obituary Policy The Rutland Herald prints obituaries as a free public service to its readers. Copies of our guidelines are available on request. Please call 747-6121, ext. 2215 for more information. Free notices must come from the funeral home and be completed according to the newspapers guidelines. Because some families may desire to include additional information or specific wording, the Rutland Herald also offers the option of paid notices, which are billed to the funeral home. Paid notices are marked with the symbol at the end of the notice. The deadline for all obituaries is 6 p.m. For Sundays edition, the deadline for all obituaries is 1:30 p.m. on Saturday. Please address .all billing questions to our business office at extension 2270. I 1 J

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