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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York · 9

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A Section “ T Gannett Weatcheatar NewapaperaThuraday January 17 1991 PC — 1 OBITUARIES More appear on page A10 Ruth Mm Tuckin teachers aide Ruth Diane Tucker a Green- Hawthorne Cedar burgh resident for 42 years and teachers akle with the Southern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services died Monday of a heart attack at the Westchester County Medical Center in Valhalla She was 42 She was born June 24 1948 in White Plains to Edward and -Ruth Alston Tucker She grew up in Greenburgh graduating from Woodlands High School In 1988 Miss Tucker earned associate degrees in education and sociology from Wilberforce (Ohio) University in 1967 She attended Dutchess Community College in Poughkeepsie and took courses in therapeutic support and special education at the New York State University at Albany For the part four years she worked as a teachers aide in therapeutic support with the special education division at southern Westchester BOCES in Port Chester Before that Miss Tucker worked as a paraprofessional at Woodlands High School and in special education at St Mary's in the Field School in Greenburgh Dr Stuart 'Stubs Fotitm physician Dr Stuart “Stubsy" Forster a former New Rochelle resident who - wag the bouse physician for the New York Shakespeare Festival and the Second Stoge Theater in Manhattan died of a heart attack Friday at his Manhattan medical office He was 44 Dr Forster was born in Manhattan on Aug f 1946 to Amok and May Kasner Forster He moved to New Rochelle in 1952 and attended the Roosevelt Ele-awntary School Albert Leonard Junior High School and New Rochelle High School He graduated from high school jn 1964 - a Dr Forster graduated from Brandeis University He attended Columbia University School of Law and graduated from Albert ' Einstein Medical School He had a private medical practice on Manhattan’s Upper West Side where he specialized in treating the aged and those with AIDS He had been a member of the - medical staff at St Luke's-Roose-velt Medical Crater for the last 12 5 years and was on the teaching staff of Columbia University - OoRlbn L ftowoombwi retired school headmaster Gordon L Newcombe a longtime Yonkers resident and retired - headmaster of the Horace Mann ‘ School in the Rlverdale section of the Bronx died of cancer Monday - at Lawrence Hospital in Rronx-‘ ville He whs 67 Mr Newcombe retired in June i after four years as headmaster of ' the Horace Mann School Previous-iy he served as provosthead of the d“nof 'feculty at the school He was also former headmaster of the Barnard ! School for Boys which merged with Horace Mann in 1973 I He was born March 15 1923 to Howard and Edith Hears New-'eombe In Cardiff Wales and came to the United States in 1932 settling in Yonkers Mr Newcombe was a graduate In addition to bis wife he is by twq sons the Rev David Newcombe of Cambridge iiiiiiviii England and Andrew Newcombe ref KrayreColfege 7n" Oh£ which °f thc Rivenlale aectfon of the former lab technician lin 1988 awarded him an honorary Bronx two daughters Sarah Sullo -- - of Fort Chester apd Martha New combe of Falls Chinch Va and aix grandchildren Arrangements are being handled by Fred H McGrath and Son Inc in Bronxville Dominick G D'Arminio a liib-long Yonkers resident died Tuesday at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx He was 75 ‘The cause of death was' not disclosed Mr D’Arminio was a part-time sales clerk at the John Wanamakor department stare in Yonkers for about 25 vraiw Previously he was public schools there He earned a laboratory technician at the Chemistry degree from the Univer- phelps Dodge Wire A Cable Corp sity of Rochester end later earned" fo Yonkers for About 30 yean another from Columbia University He was bora QcL 31 1915 to in Manhattan Anthony and Josephine Ftcheria On Frt 12 1943 he MlU DAmtelo B rotnJri Yonkm aairfMdinwrtf nf lb Gnrtnnl Hocfcberf in Htm York gLS?5dWII ywigvgttewi Kneses Tifereth Ism- City ' weL Ho was a member of the New for S3 years Mr Eim—fwiw Jersey Pharmaceutical Association jpad owned the Boro Hall Fhanue- in addition to his wife who " lives in Port Chester be is survived by two sons Alan Blumstcin of Mamareneek and Robert Ira G Blumstein a retired Ipharmacist living in Port Chester died at United Hospital Medieal Center en Saturday of eomplica-tioas following a stroke S- Since 1986 he lived in Fort For 33 years Mr Blumstein owned the Boro Hall Phsrme-teey la Middlesex NJ while living &n nearby Plainfield Beibre that Dm had owned and worked at several ether pharmacies including ene la White Plains and another in the aBroax He retired in 1974 J- He was born in Rochester NY ptoy 20 1912 to Morris and Mollie Friedman Bhimstein He grew up Do the upstate dtp and went to f OANNITTWESTCHEiTIRNIWSPAPlWS g IlHE DAILY ITEM Etm UaeteteReecWReribAvaNewRoeheitaNv btataedtaet0we9eneeaBiiieWiiaePteiweiNVMS04 MHR BALT IRM (U0F8 MAOSOA VW 0A Ns III y BS IMIllly MSveg 0rtMWbBeFteMANV - S eteOawneaSwleNneletanwaaawNelwwriibieSaeewdslwei date BE Bedy only SASA teterdwyMi iFertCkeeiwNV ' only Bide debuaiy PFOSTMASTin: Bawd dddmeetewnaes to Tba Otete Beau Own teumtel be tashar Ralea by wan: Mewaay dimusb SeMday Oneywr Sin ate DHNLWibenaiwaNVNaSA awjpsSmiWaaeewteNlseawSrenBiSil : " - " ’-i i 1' Knolls School and Cardinal McCloskey School k Home in Feekskill and White Plains Miss Tucker also worked as a volunteer at Wood He Id Cottage a detention center for juveniles in Valhalla She worked throughout her lifo to help children in crisis with special interest in crime and drugs according to her fondly She was a longtime member of Union Baptist Church in Greenburgh and of its Women's Chorus She was a former member of the church’s Wade Choral Revival Choir Youth Federation Junior Choir and Junior Usher Board ' In addition to her mother Ruth A Mitchell of Greenburgh and her fother of White Plains she is survived by a daughter Stacy Tucker of Greenburgh two brothers Tucker of Van Nuys Calif 15 Sheldon L Tucker of Mission Hills Calif and a half-brother Stephen Mitchell of White Plains Her grandmother Beatrice C Sanders died in December - - Arrangements are being 'handled by Lee’s Funeral Home in White Plains Dr Forster married Carole Rothman on -Nov 4 1978 at- his parents' New Rochelle home His wife is artistic director of the Second Stage Theater where Dr Forster had been house physician since the company’s inception in 1979 He had been associated with the New York Shakespeare Festival for about 10 years Dr Forster was a member of the New York City Medical Society and the American Medical Association He is survived by his wife and parents a son Charles Forster of Manhattan a daughter Molli Forster of Manhattan and a sister Janie Berman of Manhattan His fother a former New Rochelle Board of Education member is general counsel for the Anti-Defamation League Donations in Mr Forster’s name may be made to the Second Stage Theater Box 1807 Ansonia Station NY 10023 Riverside Memorial Chapels in Manhattan handled the flineral arrangements On July 10 1945 he married Vftaglnla McCartney at Christ Church in Bronxville Mr Newcombe served on the review committee of the New York state Board of Regents the Middle States Evaluation Committee and the evaluation committee of the New York State Association of Independent Schools He was also co-founder and chairman of the Independent School Admissions Association of Greater New York A trustee of Grace Church School in Manhattan Mr Newcombe was a vestryman and warden of Christ Church in Bronxville schools and served- in the US IdWai On Oct 25 1947 he married Adelaide Formato in Greenwich Conn Ho jwas a communicant of St Bartholoinew’i Church in Yonkers -In addition to his -wife Mr D’Arminio is survived by dough- fikeiattesi x MMSMetefifl kSraem e iWCTi vOMlWCw amOID Ol TQBUIei Carol Snurter or Norwood Jiaaa mrojchiidren Sarah Bio-a sister Gertrude Bernttfer of hiki both of Brooklyn and five grandchildren : Arrangements were handled by Arrangements are being han-the Psrkside Memorial Chapels of died by- the CUpda Funeral Home QueenL In Yonkers reieuiigWl ' former Pelham Manor resident' —Laura Rissoa homemaker Add-1 5-year resident of Feekskill died Tuesday at her home of a viral infection She was 75 She was born on July 27 l9l5 in New York City to Joseph and Mytiuu D' Amato Giannattasio Sr She was raised in New Yorl City where she attended public schools lit 1938 she married Cosmo “Gus” Riuo at Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church in the Bronx He' died in 1968 The couple moved from the Bronx to Pelham Manor in 1985 She moved to Feekskill in 1975 retired Marvin J Klaes a lifelong resi- in 1976 dent of Rye where he worked as a police officer died of a heart attack yesterday at United Hospital Medical Center in Port Chester He was'78 Mr Klaes was born Sept 4 1914 in Rye to Joseph and Aida Anderson Klaes He went to Rye public schools He married Helen Richardson on Christmas Day 1938 in Found Ridge His wife died in 1980 was) a Navy veteran War II serving with the Seabees in th$ Pacific Theater Hewara Rye police officer for more than 30 yean before retiring map maker Peter- L Rokos a chief draftsman for a map company in Pelham died Tuesday at his home in New BmchelM of heart foilure He He was born Sept 4 1918 in Hoboken NJ to Spiro and Helen' Manos Rokos He was raised and educated first in Hoboken and then in Brooklyn after his femily moved when he was 10 He attended public schools in Brooklyn and graduated from high school there In the late 1930s he moved to New Rochelle During Worjd War II Mr Rokos was a corporal in the US Marines seeing action in the Pacific Shortly after 'his discharge in 1946 he began working for the Sanborn Map Company in Pelham At the time of his death he was a chief draftsman at the company which produces an array of charts — including land-use maps for New York City Boston Chicago and other major cities A chief draftsman creates maps using raw data from field surveyors “You need a craftsman you need a special individual to do all handiwork nothing by machine” said Joe Cirillo president of Sanborn “He was one oT two people (at tlfe company) who could do that -It’s a big loss for us as a friend and as a worker” Mr Rokos was a member of the Greek Orthodox r Rochelle Rokos is sur-Louis Rokos of Ridgewood Queens three sisters Julie Anthony of Spokane Wash Katherine Milton of White Plains and Athena Bettalico of Howard Beach Queens and several nieces and nephews Arrangements are ' being handled by Sisto k Paino Funeral Home in New Rochelle Dominick C D’Anrinkx EdHor mi SQM Robari W Nemgy Aamrinresse- wid Itaggamb INOtt pgi FgSecsgn SS4 Itai: Chgrtgg im rginmen riep-i rnir-r “ — " — - list --- PYflVPWdey omntab Bun- - S1SA Sunday' —may) In Feekskill she was a parishioner Church of the She seph R Rizzo of New York City two brothers Joseph F Giannattasio Jr of Peekskiil and the Rev Nathaniel Giannattasio of North Carolina and a grandson Richard C Rizzo of New York City Two brothers Alfonso Giannattasio and Mario Giannattasio both of New York City died earlier Arrangements are by the J3 Dorsey Funeral Home of Feekskill Rye police officer Mr Klaes was a volunteer fireman with the Milton Point Engine and Hose Co in Rye He was a lifetime member of the company He was a parishioner of Christ’s Church In Rye Mr Klaes Is survived by a daughter Barbara Boyce of Rye a sister Vera Armstrong of Eau Gallic Fla and a granddaughter Amy Boyce of Rye A brother Harry Klaes and a sister Edith McGrath died before him William H Graham Funeral Home in Rye is handling the ftiner-al arrangements Death Notices! 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