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8A Saturday, May 18, 1996 MV NR PC YK MK Obituaries Gannett Suburban Newspapers William McNallys retired schcwl official Michael Tomasetti: retired educator Veronica Woisin: homemaker Veronica Woisin of Yonkers died Thursday at Calvary Hospital, in the Bronx. She was 80. chester Community College in Valhalla. On April 13, 1952, he married Betty McKnight at the First Methodist Church in Peekskill In addition the before Retired Association of Michael L. Tomasetti, an educator and longtime Ardsley red-dent, died Thursday at Community Hospital in Dobbs Ferry.

He was 62.. Mr. Tomasetti was principal of to his wife of Harry S. Truman High School in Buchanan. CfcOp City in the Bronx until his survivors in- retirement in 1991.

va on June 27, 1964. Mr. Tomasetti lived in Bronx Manhattan moving to Ardsley in 1964. He was a member of the Secondary Supervisors and the Federation Mr. Tomasetti also In addition to her husBand, Mrs.

Woisin is survived by four daughters, Barbara Robbins -of Riverdale, Ronnie Walsh add lerie Mangan, both, of Bronxville, and Colleen Cummings of-Yonkers; a brother, Peter Rowan! of. Bronxville; a sister, Anne Jtipr-dan of 'RiveMale, eight grandchildren; and two great-grand-' children. ZZS: A sister. Rita Dean, and a brother, Patrick Rowaiv-tfed AApligM McGrath and Son Funeral Home Inc. in Bronxville iaSand-ling the arrangements.

Manorial donations may -be made to Calvary Hospital, 1740 Eastchester Bronx, N.Y. 10461. Mrs. Woisin was born May 2,. 1916, in New York City to Patrick.

and Helena Barry Rowan. She' attended St Catherine's School in New York City. In August 1935, qhe and Robert Woisin weye married in New York City, where she lived until moving to Yonkers in 1972.V In Yonkers, Mrs, Woisin was a member of St Pauls Church and a member of the Knights of Columbus Columbiaettes from 1970 to 1985. Mrs. Woisin was a homemaker.

She loved music and dancing, her family said. .1, elude two George Buchanan and Bruce of Flshkill; a daughter, Audrey. McNally of Rochester, N.Y.; a brother, John of a sister, of Washington, William L. McNally, ah active member of com- munity and a retired school building and grounds died Thursday at the. Cornell Medical Center at New York Hospital in Manhattan.

He was 64 and had lived in Buchanan since 1955. Mr. McNally worked as super-. intendent of buildings and grounds for Hendrick Hudson High1 School in Montrose for than-2ft years before re-. tiring in 1988.

He was a member. and past director of the Superintendent of Buildings' and Grounds Association of New York State. Mr McNally served as a Buchanan village trustee in the early 1970s. He was a life member, and past president of the Buchanan Fire Department, and was a member of the Elk Chap-. ter 744 in Peekskill.

He was born Aug. 30, 1931, to John and Elizabeth Leonard McNally in Lake Peekskill. He graduated from Hendrick Hudson High School and. received an associates degree from West His career began 32 years ear-. lier, as an English teacher at Olinville Junior High School in Bronx.

He-later taught English at Christopher Columbus High School inhe Mr. Tomasetti also taught in summer programs and at after- school centers. He worked as a guidance counselor at Alfred E. Smith High School and Harry S. 1 Truman High School before becoming principal.

He was born Sept. 22, 1933, in was a volunteer at the old and rare book room at the Botanical Gardens in the Bronx. He Collected antique books, manuscripts and artwork. In addition to his wife of Ardsley and his mother of Dobbs Ferry, he is survived by three daughters, Elissa Tomasetti of Manhattan, Francesca Manzi of' Bronxville and Michaela Toma--setti -of Ardsley; and a brother, John of Pleasant Valley, N.Y. A brother, Salvatore, died ear-, lier.

rEdwards-Dowdle- Funeral; Home in Dobbs Ferry is hand-' ling the arrangements. Family and friends are making memorial contributions to the Community Hospital at Dobbs Ferry; 128 Ashford Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. 10522, or Calvary Hospital, 1740 Eastchester Road, Bronx, N.Y-10461-9955. Santa Barbara, Lillian McNally D.C.; and a granddaughter. Edward' F.

Carter Funeral Homes Inc. in Montrose is hand; Manhattan arxLViola. LaMOglia Tomasetti. ling the arrangements. Jack E.

Wortman: counselor, pastor TE Family and friends are making donations to the Leukemia Society of America, 35 Orchard St, White Plains, N.Y. 10603, and to the Cortlandt Volunteer Ambulance P.O. Box 75, -Montrose, N.Y. 105481 Jack E. Wortman, a psycho- Graduate Division for PdstoraT therapist and pastor, died Thurs- Counseling at' Iona College in day at Phelps Memorial Hospital New Rochelle; a master's degree Center in.

North Tarrytown. He in divinity from The Theological was 56. School, Drew University, Madi- Mr. Wortman lived in Ossining on, N.J.; and his bachelor's de-for the past five years. Before, pee from Marshall University in that he had lived in Croton-on- Huntington, W.Va.

He received ii bachelor's degree from St Josephs Seminary in Yonkers and later received a master's degree from Hunter Col- lege. Mr. Tomasetti served in the U.S. Air Force National Guard. He married Annette DellaCa- Rosemary Pace Escobedo: ex-social worker His hobbies were gardening, playing racquetball and reading, femily members said.

In addition to his wife ofOssin- Hudson, Tarrytown and Pleasant Valley, N.Y.-From 1971 to 1978, he was pastor of the United Methodist John Vincent Fastiggi: painting contractor Church of the Tarrytowns in Tar- ing, he is survived by hit" ton, rytown. He had his own counsel- Craig Keenan Wortman of New listen without judgment. She was a kind, loving, generous woman who was always ready to help her family and friends," said Yolanda Leo, a lpn gt i John Vincent. Fastiggi of Larchmont died Monday at New Rochelle Hospital Medical Center. He was 73.

his daughter, Wortman-SheeflSfc of ing practice in Ossining and was director, of the adult unit at Stony Lodge Hospital in Ossining. He was born Oct. 9, 1939, in daughter, port News, Holly Ann Bowling Green, and himtep-r, Catherine Scott James Huntington, to Eldon A. of Ossining. and Mae Brothers Wortman.

On Oct 23, 1993, he married Vaughan James in Ossining. He received his doctorate in social work at the Graduate School of Social Service at Ford-ham University in' New York City. He received his masters degree in education from the Waterbury and Kelly Fjmeral Home of Ossining is handling arrangements. Contributions are being-made in his memory to the Jiift 'E. Wortman Counseling Assgtgnce Fund co Scarborough Presbyterian Church, Route 9, Scarborough, N.Y.

10510. Mr. Fastiggi was born May 23, 1922, in Rye to John L. ami Elizabeth Giomo Fastiggi. He' frnml ghe is graduated from Resurrection survived bv Grammar School and Rye High School.

He attended New York University, the New York School of Fine Arts and Parsons School of Mr. Fastiggi served as a sergeant in the Marine Corps during World War II in Okinawa and I wo Jityia aboard the USS New York. He was wounded in action twice and received the Purple Heart, Bronze Star for Valor and Navy Citation. He was a member of toe Marine Corps League of Westchester. Rosemary Pace Escobedo, a retired.

New Rochelle social Worker, died Tuesday in Ocala, Fla. She was 65. 1 She was born July' 19, Anthony and Mary Pace in New Rochelle, where she attended local schools. She married Robert Escobedo on Oct 29, 1950. After raising her family, she returned to school.

She received a bachelors degree from the College of New Rochelle in 1978 and -4 masters degree in social work from Fordham University', in 1979. After graduating, she worked at the Office for the Aging in New Rochelle. She then worked as a social worker at St Agnes Hospital in White Plains for 11 years until her retirement in September 1993. Escobedo lived in New Rochelle until three years ago, when she moved to Ocala. In Mew Rochelle, she was a member of the Catholic Women's Club and past' president of The Renaissance Program.

She loved to sew quilt and she was an avid square dancer and camper. She is mostly Remembered by'family and for her loving devotion to femily and her ability to as. a youth sports coach. He coached football at Green Acres Elementary School from 1951 to 1955. Fop the next nine years, he coached baseball, football and basketball at Quaker Ridge Elementary School.

He was known as Mr. Quaker Ridge:" He was a member of the Scarsdale Dads Club and served as a Scoutmaster. He was a member of the Scarsdale Police Auxiliary, rising to lieutenant. He and his wife were divorced in 1975, and Mr. Fastiggi moved to Larchmont where he coached in the Babe Ruth League! He was a member of the New York Fencers Club and trained for the U.S.

Olympics. Mr. Fastiggi is survived by another son, David H. Fastiggi of Larchmont two daughters, Wen-. dy Cacamo and Necia D.

Fastiggi, both of Peekskilj; two stepdaughters, Mary Lee Sapone and Carol Ann 1 McFadden, both of New a sister, Mabel. Fiscella of Pompano Beach, and three grandchildren. Mr. Fastiggi remained, very close to his former who lives in New Rochelle. Maxwell Tayton retired liquor salesman Mr.

Taylor was a liquor sales-' man with Peerless Importers in Brooklyn before retiring ii4982. Maxwell Taylor of North White1 Plains died Thursday at White Plains Hospital Center. He was 77. 4 Mr. Taylor ywas born Sept.

29, 1918, in New York City to Isidore and Debi Goldwater He was very proud to be a Marine. It was a big part of his life, said a son, Brian Fastiggi of Larchmont 1 He is survived by pons, Michael. A. Taylor of Brewster and Scott I. Taylor of Worth White.

Plains; a sister, Friedman of New Jersey; and two grandchildren, Christine Taylor and David Taylor, of Brewster. both of New Rochelle; a brother, Joseph Pace of Richfield, and 11 grandchildren. A daughter, Joyce a son, Robert two sisters, Louise Pisano and Anna Ricci; and a brother, Anthony Pace, died earlier. Belleview Funeral Home -in Belleview, is handling the arrangements. Family and friends are making donations to the Children's Cancer Research Fund of NYMC Munger Pavilion Room 110, New York Medical College, Valhalla, N.Y.

10595. A veteran of World War IX, he served as a staff sergeant in the U.S. Army'with the Persian Gulf command. Ballard-Durand FuneraLHome in White Plains is handling -the arrangements. Mr.

Fastiggi owned Fastiggi Painting, a contracting and design firm in Larchmont from 1946 to 1992. The company now is called Third Generation. He married Carol Horton Wil-. liams on March 3, 1949, in White Plains. They settled in Scarsdale, where Mr.

Fastiggi volunteered Mr. Taylor married Freida Horowitz on Jan. 6, 1946, in New h. 1 He moved to North White Plains '37 years ago. Craft Memorial Home Inc.

of Port Chester is handling the Family and friends are making memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society, 2 Lyon Place, White Plains, N.Y. 10601. Joseph B. Gkrffre: liquor store owner 's- -st mv z-X '-1 HiAlttiiiiiAlWUMUitiilik muk all in Port Chester. He also was active in sports.

He was a founder and manager of the P.C. Stars and was elected to the West- INMEMORIAM I MATH Nonces To place a paid Depth Noftcr Card of Thanks, in Memortam, S. Juda or Lotto NoBca, atom cad 4f4-5147 prior to ItM (toy of PuMcatton Hours: Ntondtay-FHdav. I tin. to 4ri pjiu Saturday, I wn.

to MS pm; Sunday, I ptn to MS pm. Joseph B. Gioffre, a liquor store1 owner from Rye Brook and last member of a generation of femily members active in politics and civic affairs, died yesterday at his home in Rye Brook. He was 84. He was born Dec.

10, 1911,. to Bruno and Anna Messina Gioffre in Port Chester, where he grew up and attended schools. He graduated from Port. Chester 3Iigh School and attended Ford-jfiam University: nlng. Sat 7-fpm, Sun 2-4 A 7-fpm.

Funeral Maas, Monday tltom SI. Au-gudlng Church, totormant SI. Augua- Bn Camatory. Family A ftlandi an making donation! to Dominican Slitor FamBy Service. 2WN0k Highland Ave, OaaMna, NY.

TAYLOR, Mamtofl of North WhN Plains, NY. Husband of Fried Taylor. FMhar of Mkhad A. and ScoH Taylor. Gravaikto Service Sunday llSOim af Sharon Gardani Camatory.

Memorial coMribuBana to The Amarican Cancer Chester Coun-ty Hall of Fame. He was also a. village recreation commissioner. BRUCR, 2Mh Annlvariary, INI A lffi In our haarts, wa hold Bi ipirtt of Leva ears tout by God to reveal Hlrraad to those mo knew har Maas oftond by FaBiar Surama. Mam, Dad, Amalia A family.

DILLMANN. CaRwriaa (KaBo) Happy 2nd Birthday In Heaven Always In our thoughts. Lova and miss you. NEWS OeiTUAmcs To wak wflh an adHor about an oMuarv naw story, Ptoaaa can Ilia Local Naws adSor Hstod on tha Our Town pao Monday through Friday baton 4 pm. On Saturday and Sunday, plaaM caM M4-SOOS baton 4 pm.

Sodaly would awmclatod. Arranga-by BALLARD-DURAND Lova, Hwbgnd Nkk, chBdranandarandchBdran Mr. Gioffre, known as Babe, 'had LIST OF DEATHS BRONX PLEAAMQ, Rabart Jr. vUtoig horn wW ba on Sunday -4 PM Ito MICHAEL TORSONE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME H4C, to NY. 12SBS.

Sarvtoi lino AM at 1 by a maw of OvMlan burial at SI. AuausHna Church In Highland, NY at IMA Burial wsr taka ptooa In lha Kanaka Camatory, Valhalla. OtOFFRR, Jaaaah B. On May 17, 1IN. VdRatton at tha JAMES J.

GUMPERO FUNERAL HOME. INC Sunday A 5-Ppm. Mass Our Lady Ol Church, Tuasdnr 10AM En-St Mary Camatory, Rya BmL MW rn MM I I kM grcoK, nt. uongnons nc noapioi urat-d HospSal, Fort Chastar NawYorfc. LINCOLN, angary T.

On May 1L ISM, of Samara, NY. formally of NY. Davotad hMband of tha bath Patovad tolhar of Gragory T. Jr. Loving bndhar of Frank.

Dear arandto nwr oi ciTwno. uvwomr focnBrOL family wt. racalv Standi on Sunday May 1, S-7pm at tha WILLIAM H. GRAHAM FUNBIAL HOME, 10H Boston Post Rd, Rya, NY. A mamortal ba iNld on Monday Warn at Church af St Gngory Tha Gnat, NTs RIRnlOT rsDIY RQOQ Old WaNbury, NY.

In lau af oonlribuSens to Ih ipttal Cantor, Can Nuraino Education, 400 Sf, Mt KJsco. NY, 10S4MN2 WOuU ba Mill LONZISERO, Aaaa on May 14, lfM of Fla (formerly of Pelham Manor, N.Y.L WHe of Ih Me Angato Lonziiaro, molhar of Maurice A. and Ignailo T. Londam, Carolina DaotomM and FTancai DaMaria. Imposing PELHAM FUNERAL HOME, 44 UnooM Avg, Pelham.

Mast Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Pelham Manor, N.Y. on Monday 10 am. Entombment MONMMli Marti (mt Cawrikm) WVEftPALE-ONHUOtONRJNERALHOMg OB I MANN, Catoartna (KaBal Harpy 2nd Birthday In Heaven Always si our Bioufhfs. Love aod.mks you. Lava, Hudiand Nick, chkdran and granddddran GATALBTTO, Rvlk S.

lov A mis you vary muck; Gone but not forgotten. Hudiand AChBdran GUIDO, Frank AA BELOVED UNCLE 10TH ANNIVERSARY Always mlssad A ntvar torgorigrv Lov ArrmndA Jr. AMIchad NERAL HOME, Maple Ava, PlakiLNY. TOMASam Mkhaal L. of Ardday on May IA 1WL Batovad husband Annan (DoBaCaw) TomaaaBL Loving an of Vloia.

Devotod fattier of EBssa Tomaeaht, Francasca Aland A Mi-chaala TemaiaBI. Caring brdhar of John and Bit lato Salvatore. Mass of lha RawrracBon Monday ISAM Church of Ih Sacred Heart, Dobbs Ferry. VbMna Sd A Sun A 7-fPM, EOWARDS-DOWDLE FUNERAL HOME, 44 Adl-fcrd Aw. Dobbs Farry, NY.

TRUITT, Madrid ai May 14 IIN batovad MoRmt af Bob A Linda, dear iMv. of Rabart Foukd, davdsd arand-mdhar of Alac, Blak A Lariaaa. Fam-. By wiN receive Stand Sunday 1J0PM at Bn JOHN J. FOX FUNERAL HOME, SOSO Boston Pod Rd, Fu-nard Sarvfce af 2PM Sunday af Bn Fu- MONXVLLI wnsr SON FUNERAL W0HM.VI FRESH.

IAcGRATH HOME Mr. Gioffre is survived by three sons, Bruno Gioffre of Chester, a Rye town justice, Joseph D. Gioffre of Vermont and Fred J. Gioffre of Rye Brook; a daughter, Concetti na Gioffre- Thalheimer of Port Ches-. ter; nine grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

A brother, former state Sen. Anthony B. Gioffre; and three sisters, Concettina Summa, Josephine Bellantoni and Francis Bellantoni, died earlier. James J. Gunipero Funeral Home in Port Chester is handling the arrangements.

Memorial. contributions in his name may be made to United TOMASETTI MkfcMlL. EDWMIDS-OOWDLE FUNERAL NOME been the owner of the ftxioffre Liquor Store for 55 years. Mr. Gioffre married Rqse Cat-Sfuiese in 1935 in New Jersey.

His wife died in 1988. He was a member of a number 5bf fraternal and civic organizations. He was a fourth-degree 'grand knight of the Knights of SColumbus, a lifetime member of he a representative of the Metropolitan Package Stole Association of New York, a member Jpf the Port Chester Old Timers 'and a founding member of the Chester Chapter of the Association for Retarded Children. Mr. Gioffre also was the president of the Corpus Chris ti Holy Name Society in Port Chester.

MONTROSE MC HALLY, Mn L. EDWARD F. CARTER FUNERAL HOME MT.VKRNON YANNANTUONO FUNERAL HOME My Batovad BraBiar. Sadly TidnedL Lovingly ramambarad A In my 'heart. Lova your brother, Armando OLMSTED; WRtotn, Ckgua Borff Rva 2172A Dtod 122ATS ouddMdy at homa Eoaax, a.

Sarwad WWII In PadB an Astoria. Survtod bv wHto Mariorie-Lam, ton David C. 1 daughlwW Nlm, Laurt. Jana. 1 Grandchlldran.

MamorW Sarvtaa Rlvarviaw amatory 11AM Sal S2S. Eaarn Ct, kfandtwelcbma. TRUITT. MEM H. JOHN J.

FOX FUNERAL HOME flmnmo EHFFEVLJMrF DORSEY FUNERAL HOME INC WORTMAN. Jack I. WATERBURY fc KELLY LODGE NOTICES Mausoleum. VWHna Sapukhi hours an Sun 2-4 and HOME. PC 7-f PELHAM FUNERALHOME Qfrj-Gioffre-was- parishioner of Hospital Hospice, 406 Boston- y01 CHESTIE jOur Lady of Mercy, Corpus Post Road, Fort Chester, "N.Y.

rChristi Church and Holy Rosary 10573. SteberlCXricniing correction officer CRAFT MEMORIAL HOMC, Inc. 10FFRR, Jim JAMES LGUaPCROFWBML WOKIN, varaalca (aaa Rswan) of Yenkan, NY on May IA lfffc Wlto ef Robert Mollwr of noftwn Robbins Ronnl wabti, CoBsan CUmmlneA Valari Manaan. Stator of Ann Rtardm, Fator Rowan and Bn'toto Rita Darn, THomei Rowan. Daughter of Ih tola Patrick and Helena Rowan.

Grand- maBiaraf A-Graat grand moBiar-of 1' CaIRna hour af FRED H. MoGRATH A SON FUNERAL HOME, BranxvBto ba-Iwaan hours of 7-f pm SM 2-4 A 7-f pm Sun. Maos of Ovtriton burial Immacutoto. ConcapHon Church, Tuck-ahoa an Mon May 10 af 10AM. WORTMAN, Jack R.

On May IA lff4 of OnWnp. Survfvad by wH Vauehan. Ont ion Crala, am dauahtor HoBy A itordaughtor CaBiarins. FamBv wW ra-calv ktondi at BtaV raiktonca, 1 Man-cute Drive, Otalnine on Sunday from s-4pm. 1 Manorial aarvtais Scarborouah Praobytorian Church, Rf Scarborough an Monday at 11 am.

to Bn Jade E. Wortman Counaal-toa Aulatanca Fund, ce Scarborouah Church wmdd ba BARTCaairalymR, Pari Grand iMatSwi The afltaars A member! i Maybrito Chaptor I A PKA. win MssmbtoRT Tpi tar Eariam Star aarvtaM I our batovad mambar a -BaBwada Bapltri Church, Lincoln Ava, Naw RocftoHa Paarl C. Quarto -Wortf Matron, Jarrv Moora, Worthy Pakv A Franca R. Ctomaili Sac LEE'S FUNERAL HOME TATUM, allard-ourand funeral home 1 YONKERS PRMML Rdd ton Pbmadd FLYNN MEMORIAL NOME OTHER AREAS PLaMMOtRaMCJr.

MtptAEL TORSONE FUNBIM. HOME MC NALLY, WBBam L. of Buchanaa NY on May 1L IftA HMband of Batly (ns McKntoht) McNally. FaBiar af George, Bruca A Audrey of John McNally A Abo aurvtvad by 1 Funeral Santas wBI be bald an Monday Mam af af THE EDWARD F. CARTER FUNERAL HOME, 170 Klnaa Farry Rd, Monfreia, NY.

hour Sunday 2-4 A 7-fpm. MONAHAN, Mart Una May IA IfW af Ifw aa of fl NaBva of Shram, RaBanora, Ca Kerry, Inland. Lovtne WBe of flip tola Atoxandar Brad Uautonanf NYCFD). ef Mary Gora, Sr. nephews and cousins.

Michael Torsone Memorial Funeral Home Inc. in Highland is handling the arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the Childrens Blood Foundation, Suite 830, 333 East 38th New York, N.Y. 10016, Robert C. Fleming a pmer Valhalla resident, died Thursday at Vassar Brothers Hospital in' Poughkeepsie.

1 He fraa37. w. Mr. Fleming was bom Jan. 15, 1959, in Mount to Robert wand Lillian Viebrock Fleming.

3le attended Valhalla schools. SPECIAL NOTICES' THANK YOU jmua Mary, Sis. Ttaarna, Anthony, Jude, ParaaiTna A John Neuman Pima conlinua. to- an- -twar my Prayars. RA.

Watorbury A KaBy Funeral Or May 19M of AAf. Vamon. Batovad vrif of Alfred, loving mottior of Cardtoo and bra GBbart OCHO. Sis tor of Angelo Adonbta, Anoato AquaNna, AAarion Bau, Anita Tawana, PhBemana Paranzlno, 1 Mary Buftotoca and Lucy Adonfedp. ChaiNhad arandmoRiw af Gina CanNtoi Prodo-by a (War Rosa Mahon and a Ptorick Adontdo.

Rfandi may caB af lh YANNANTUONO PUNERAL HOME, Mf. Vtmon an Sunday 2-4 A 7-f PM. Maos af ChriNton burial Monday fM AM af Our Lady ef Victory Cburch, ML VOmon. Obituary policy He moved to Poughkeepsie ia 3976.. Mr.

Fleming worked for -14 jours as a correction officer for County Depart-it of Correction in Valhalla. 1 Spiel nent FUNERALHOME NtwjyiwieBOfiteJflc expanded frdlkia on McCabe, aaral IA and araat-arancknoltiar of 11 Ing StaMr of Nora MoynBnn and Bn tola John nd Mldnal CaimBnn Ro-poaino Sal. A Sun. 2-5 A 7-f PM at RIV-ERDALE-ON-HUDSON FUNERAL HOME, 4110 Rlvardate Ava. Man of Chrtritan burial Mon IS AM at Church of Sf.

Anthony, 1405 Narparhan Ava A -M TorMTi. rarmenr um or Camatory. in lau of Bower to Madtaal Mtarion Stators, 1400 pirn Road. PhBadriphta, PA mil would ba gmlty flppTBCMid. COTT.

Rail "Biaiia" on May IA lffA Family wHI racriwa ktondo A a Sarvtaa ef Raltadlan wW ha hold Mon 7-fpm af Slam lajUL aj I ill wv ww mnunsnw Church, 10-8 CanTral Aval Tarrytown Funeral llMim Tuas al Ih Church. Kanrico CamatorV, Valuta, by LEE9 FUNER-NY. Of OuMng an May IA IffA survlwed bv hta wlto Mary, I daughtor Pnrida Marchtona, Mary Am SnNton A Calfnrim Watcomo, 5 sons MkhaaL Jama John MaHhow A 1 brdhar Gaorga, 11 arand- Raopoilno DORSEY FUNER-HOME INC 14 EmwBlon PL Oni- NY. Arrangamenl ALHOME, WhNaP SNtFTEN, Jrin Two qiadout 06 Kieei pafking lou accommudaiing over -100 caf widi wkt ukiiy. Gannett Suburban Newspa- -perspublishastheobituarteBOf paopla who have lived or woriiad In Waatchoater or Putnam ooun- tiaa.

Obituaries may ba aubmlttad through funeral homes or directly through tha family of (hade- ceased. Duato the large volume of obituaries, ell information must beaubmittedtorpubfication with-. in three day of a person's death. Obituaries submitted to Gannett Suburban Newspapers by 4 p.m. appear in the next day'seditiont.

Additional information can be obtained from our newsroom. Fort list of newsroom numbers, please see the "Call ue" IM on Page 4A. r. On June 13, 1991, he and Mary Leslie were married in Poughkeepsie. The couple moved to yighUnd, N.X-.

three years ago. 5 Mr. Fleming was a member of Augustine Church in High-Zland. K- in addition to his mother and wife, Mr. Fleming is survived by two sons, Michael and Mark, and a daughter, Lauren Fleming, of Highland; a sister, Sharon Tedesco Carmel; and several 14, iff! Memorial Mail Saturday, May 25, fJO am Holy Family Church, May-TochaSo.

Gaflnrina ef at Petar and Gfeiny Etcobado'A 8 Brookilda PL Naw Ro-chalto an Friday, May 24 from 4-4 pm FASTWOA Jake V. of Larchmont NY on Stl.lffA VtritaBon af CRAFT-MEMORIAL HOME, Inc. earn 5-fPM on Rmaral Man at Church of radian Rya, NY at lttam on IM-I-- WW. vtw wiM nmp nun wniVBfy FKXtfSL Earn One Ftorarattol Of Yonkers, on May 17, Iff! Levina mother of PeuL David, KanmRi A Oral Florid A Francn Tracy. Raaoaine at FLYNN.

MEMORIAL HOME, 85 South Broadway, Yonkers NY, Sun 1-4 A 7- Will N1WTITWV rfmQNT wWTWWV lha Raws- Tins lntoi ry Robert G. Baiber Emesr J. Caipcncieri Doilai A. Dinicli Licensed Dincton 949-0566 2 Maple Ave. at S.

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