The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York on July 19, 1989 · 4
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Port Chester, New York
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Wednesday, July 19, 1989
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v ri ! r tv v rr'vr r ir p1 i r f'fc' -- - a PC Gannett Westebesttr NtwepoparsWsdnesday July 19 1989 A Section lWW F I 1 I - 4- 1 - ) ) ) ) former IBMexecutive secretary Teresa DeCiccoin executive ecretsry for IBM in Armonk died of cancer Monday at Northern Westcfaeater ' Hospital Center In Mount Klaca She was 58 Forth past 11 yean Mra DeCieeo lived In Yorktown Heights She worked at IBM headquarters In Armonk for 11 yean and left the company several yean ago Before moving to Yorktown Heights she had lived In White Plains for 43 years She was bora July 28 1930 In Mamaroneck to Roland and Mary Falllace Castaldo ' She married Gary DeCtoco in April 1950 at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church ln White Plains - In addition to her husband and her mother who lives In White Plains she is survived by two sons Steven of Knoxville Tenn and Brian of Pawling NY a brother Vincent Castaldo of White Plains and three grandchildren Funeral arrangements are being handled by McMahon Lyon k Hartnett Funeral Home In White Plains ‘OBITUARIES PAINTINGS WANTED IMMEDIA TE HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR 19 & EARLY 20 CENTURY AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PAINTINGS 39 Deepwood Rd 203-655-1 06820 IlsraSd E Akcm textile company worker Cannon Mills Textile firm In Manhattan - for 35 years Hq was a former member of the Apawamls Club In Rye He was a member of the Rye Presbyterian Church - He was a member of the Ocean Club of Ocean Ridge Fla where be regularly vacationed In addition to his wife Mr Aken is survived by a son Harold E Jr of Rye two daughters Jeanne Kelly and Mary Lou McNally both of Cape CodMsm 10 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren Arrangements were being handled by William H Graham Funeral Home In Rye Ralynn Newmarit SfaderiWCC trustee dies in Mamaroneck Harold E Aken a Rye reddest and former textile company employee died after suffering a stroke Monday at United Hospital Medical Center In Port Chester He was 88 : 1 He was tern Aug 14 1900 to ' Charles and Elisabeth Skank Aken In Philmont NY where he attended schooL -- He graduated in 1921 from the US Naval Academy In Annapolis lid He was a member of the US Naval Academy Association - -(hi Nov 30 1923 he married Ruth Bowen In Utica Mr Aken was associated with Leonard ‘Street Ibwdonoi longtime softball player Why Suffer From HEMORRHOIDS? Now There Is a gentlo tool LASER -that can safely A quickly rtmova Hemorrhokte Warte Ftesuiws or Moles this procedure is performed In our modem offices There Is no hoifepftallzatlon i Your Insurance la accepted as Full Payment Call for a FREE CONSULTATION with a BOARDCERTIFEO SURGEON wlft 20 YRS EXPERIENCE (914)654-0500 Laser Card Leonard "Street" Nardoxxo a devotee of organised softball who took to the playing fields of Rye summer sfter summer until the age of 82 died of heart bilure at United Hospital Medical Center in Port Chester on Monday He was 84 Mr Nardoxao was born Feb 2 1905 In Port Chester to Vito and Mary Vaccaro Nardoxao He attended Port Chester schools and was a plumber with the Thomas Harvey Co in Rye for more than 30 years retiring In 1987 - On April 27 1930 he married Mary LaRussell at Church of the Resurrection in Rye where he later' became a parishioner and served as an usher Alter their marriage the couple settled in Rye where he lived for 50 years He was a very active member of the Port Chester Old Timers Athletic Association the Senior Ctti-sens Center of Rye and the Rye Softball League John Frederick Ifloraoi former Rye fire chief John Frederick "Fred" Henne a former Rye fire chief died at his home' in Rye on Sunday He was 78 The cause of death was not Because of his habit of always wearing white clothes — like street cleaners in years past — he earned the nickname "Street" with his friends He was a member of many ! Ralynn Newmark Stadler - a trustee of Westchester Community College since 1977 died of cancer Monday at her Mamaroneek home She was 64 : :-!A poet writer and lecturer on literary topics Mrs Stadler was a former resident of New York City and a rest- dent- of West-:-chaster County for 36 years She lived In New Rochelle from 1953 to 1976 and moved to Mamaroneck In 1977 From 1977 to 1980 she was a contributing writer to the weekly Westchester section of The New York Times She was also active In community cultural affelrs In the late 1960s she was creative producer of “Perspectives" for the New teams in the area and pitched for Rochelle Board of Education a the Thunderbolts ‘He also was a regular spectator at the Rye bal-IflekL cheering on younger players He was one of the original members of the Don Bosco Crater in Port Chester Survivors include his wife two daughters Mary N Rich of Rye Brook and Catherine LamMasl of Rye two sisters Jennie Calo of Rye and Mildred Gerbaisi of Stamford Cowl and two grandchildren Arrangements were made by Craft Memorial Home Inc in Port Chester program that brought well-known artists and authors to New Rochelle to perform and lecture More recently she created and led the Writer’s Circle at the Mamaro-nedc Free Library Mrs Stadler and her husband Jack published a literary review "Prism" In the mid-1980’s with Mrs Stadler as associate editor It published the early work of Pulit-sev Prim-winning poet Louis Simpson and Nobel Prize winning author Isaac Bashevis Singer In 1965 Mrs Stadler’s play “The Fire and the Rom" an exploration Into the meaning of TJL Eliot’s poetry was produced by Equity Library Theatre In Manhattan She and her husband also founded the Stadler Center for Poetry at BuckneU University In PemuytvAnia In addition to her literary and cultural activities Mrs- Stadler held a number of posts In Demo- : cratk politics first In Adlal Stevenson’s presidential campaign and later as the Westchester co-chairman in the presidential campaign of Hubert Humphrey She was bora In Battle Creek' MidL In 1924 Mrs' Stadler attended the University of Miami where she was elected to Theta Alpha Phi the national honorary drama society She also attended UCLA then left to take a Job as a copy girl on the New York Daily Mirror during World War H Subsequently she became a feature editor on Mayfkir magazine Mrs Stadler Is survived by her husband of 41 years as well ad a daughter Anne Stadler Klass of Washington PC a son John of New Hampshire two sisters Elisabeth Rosrafeld of Larchmont and Bernice Newmark of West Palm Beach FUl and a grandson Contributions are being made in her memory to the Foundation for Westchester Community College Ralynn Stadler Fund 75 Grasslands Road Valhalla NY 10565 Arrangements are being handled by the Frank Campbell Funeral Home in Manhattan IDeMifNbtices £ aidjisting MATH NOTKBS— To piaca mm Omni NoBta Cwd of Thank In IUwnQrtwHit Judtar IM-Si47prtartoBwtoyaf pubScMlon Hours eunJavfrtmy7uHlB MO wnw Saturday S am la MS am Sunday I am u MS am - 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