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V Obituaries Gannett Suburban Newspapers i 4D Saturday November 28 1992 r RDMTRPCMK rrrr ( p K r t & i t f - f i a i 1 l I: Jk f- ' f V i I I I s f f i 'i w KScheBnaTmburelM homemaker Ulchellna Tamburtllo a Queens bomemaker died from complications of Alzheimer! disease Wednesday at her daughter's White Plains home She war 83 She lived in Whltestone Queens and frequently visited her daughter in White Plains ' She was born July 2 1909 to Francesco and Luigia Ciulla Lo-Grande In Bisacquino Italy She grew up in Italy where she attended schools — On Oct 31 1931 she married Michael Tamburello in Bisacqui-no In 1947 she came to the United States and settled in the Bronx She moved to Whitestone Satenig Makwdian a 43-year Larchmont resident died yesterday at her home in Larchmont She was 81 She was bom to Krikor and Azniv Churoian Annigian in Constantinople Turkey In 1921 her family immigrated to the United States They spent several years in St Joseph Mo and Detroit before moving to New York City - After graduating from James Monroe High School in New York she worked as a bookkeeper In 1936 she married Edward Maksud ian The couple moved to Larchmont in 1949 He died in 1989 ' While her children attended school Mrsi Maksudian was active in the local Parent Teachers ' Association and the Twins Mothers' Club She later worked as a financial assistant but still found time to participate in the Larch-mont Community Chorus and to volunteer for the county Board of Elections and the Internal Revenue Service “She would go to the IRS and help people out” ssdd her son William Maksudn ''People Anthony retired 1 Anthony OrlandSXa retired ! plasterer from White Plains died Friday in the Port Chester Nursing Home of heart failure: He was84 He was born June 13 1908 in White Plains to Donato and Ma- rta Orlando He waa educated in the city’s public schools On July 8 1934 he married Concetta Ielk) in White Plains Mr Orlando was a member of the White Plains local of the Bricklayers Mesons and Plasterers Union of America After retiring at the age of 54 he worked as a maintenance man for the Westchester County Medical Cen USan B Krippel: former Lillian B KrippeL a former Scarsdale and BronxVille resident died Sunday at Lake Forest (HL) Hospital She wu 87 Mrs Krippel was born May 7 1905 in Atlanta to Adrian and Annke Barr She was educated in Atlanta public schools She also attended Agnes Scott College In Georgia On March 6 1930 she married Frank W Krippel in Atlanta -She lived in Scarsdale from 1942 to 1970 From 1970 to 1988 she lived In Rye and Bronxville In 1988 she moved to Illinois homemaker Lucy DeEsso of Carmel a for-Mount Vernon resident and homemaker died of cancer Thursday at Danbury (Conn) Hospital She was 84 Mrs DeEsso lived in Mount Vernon from the early 1920s until 1987 when she moved to Carmel to live with her aon Carmine DeEsso She was born Sept 24 1906 to Carmine and Josephine Balaado Constantinople in Jersey City NJ The family moved to Mount Vernon about 1921 : On Sept 27 1925 she married Frank DeEsso in Mount Vernon Mary A Kantrowitz a retired bookkeeper from Hartsdsle died at her home Thursday id multiple sclerosis She was 77 She was bom March 24 1915 In Susquehanns Pa to Andrew and Theresa Mqrzillo In 1928 she moved to White Plains and attended the city’s In 1936 she married Louis Kantrowitz in Mount Carmel Church In White Plains “She was the nicest lady in the Herman L Bloom: author - Herman I Bloom of Longmea-dow Mass the father of a Harrison woman who wrote mystery and romance novels died Thursday at Bay State Medical Center in Springfield Mass He was 84 lit Bloom was born Oct 14 1908 to Meyer and Anne Hur-witz Bloom-in Springfield He attended schools in Spring- field and graduated from the choolof C High School of Commerce there He also studied accounting at the Springfield campus of Northeastern University In 1942 he married Julia Pro-sansky She died in 1954 Three yean later he merifod Nellie Levme in Longmeadow She died in 1900 ’ Mrs Tamburello was a home maker who raised five daughters She was a parishioner of St1 in Whlteston Luke's Church in Whltestone Mrs Tamburello is survived by her husband - live daughters Frances - Ciulla of Newburgh NY Louise Griziafll of the Bronx Anna Calapa of White Plains Mary Di Marino of West Harrison and Josephine Cestra of Whltestone a sister Feleda LoGrande - of - Bisacquino -11 grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren Arrangements are being handled by the McMahon Lyon A Hartnett Funeral Home in White Plains longtime Larchmont resident don't know how to do the returns and she would be there” He described his mother as someone who liked to work with her hands whether it was sewing cooking or arranging flowers She was also a very giving person he said “If somebody needed help she was always there to help them” her son said "She was that kind of person" She is survived by her mother Azniv Annigian of Arleta Calif a daughter Loretta Brandstadter of Larchmont two sons William Maksudian of Larchmont and Robert Maksudian of New York City two brothers Thomas Anni-gfan of Arleta Calif and Victor Annigian of Glendale Calif a sister Marjorie Foster of Van Nuys Calif three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren A daughter Lillian Tuturjian ! died in 1978 Donations are being made to the United Hospital Medical Center Hospice in Port Chester Arrangements are being ban-' died by Fox Funeral Home in Larchmont plasterer ter in Valhalla for 12 years He was a member of Mount Carmel Church in White Plains Mr Orlando was also a member1 of the Knights of Columbus a Catholic fraternal organization In addition to his wifo of White Plains he is survived by a son Don Orlando of Port Chester two grandchildren and two great grandchildren A daughter Marie Orlando died In 1946 Two sisters Mary Orlando and Fanny Sami also died earlier Arrangements are being made by McMahon Lyon A Hartnett Funeral Home or White : Scarsdale resident For the past four years she lived in Lake Bluff 111 While living in Scarsdale she was involved with the Scarsdale Women’s Club - Mrs Krippel is survived by two sons Frank of Lake Bluff and John of Eastchester nine grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren Her husband died Jan 3 1971 A sister Dorothy Lanier died ' earlier Arrangements are being handled by Lloyd Maxcy A Sons Beauchamp Chapel in New Rochelle ' While living in Carmel Mrs DeEsso attended St James the Apostle Church In addition to her son Carmine she is survived by another son Anthony DeEsso t ff Larch- mont a brother Carmine Con- -stantinople of Mount Vernon a sister Katherine Bach of Larch-' mont five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren ' Her : husband ' died Jam 18 1976 A brother Louis Constant!-1 nople and a sister Constance Tortorella also died earlier Adams-Cordovano Funeral Home In Carmel is handling the -arrangements retired bookkeeper world” her husband said "She was my partner and I was hers” ' From 1946 to 1957 Mrs Kantrowitz worked as a bookkeeper for the family business Ranter's Carpet Service In White Plains The family moved to Hartsdale In 1957 In addition to her huzband of Hartsdale she is survived by a son Kenneth Kantrowitz of Valhalla and two grandchildred- Arrangements are being made the McMahon Lyon sod Hfrtnett Funeral Home in White Plains I In 1981' Mary Shatx became his wifo in 1982 The couple married in Bloomfield Conn They shared and Coco- homes in Longmeadow nut Creek Fla Mr Bloom was also a noted author who wrote under the pseudonyms of Hannon Bellamy and Gordon CaldwalL He Is survived by his wife two daughters Muriel Bruskin of Harrison and Miriam Chaiklin iff Bloomfield two brothers Jack of Springfield and Paul of Longmeadow four grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren The Harold R Aacher A Son Memorial Chapel In Springfield handled Amend arrangements V H Helen M Hendrix: retired Helen JL Hendrix a retired financial officer and longtime Yonkers (resident died of heart thllure - Thursday at Lawrence Hospital hi Bronx ville She was 87 Mrs Hendrix was born May 8 1908 In Memphis Tenn to Clifford and Margaret Garrett Lans- delL She grew up in Memphis and attended schools there On Jan 4 1925 she married George Hendrix In Memphis Mrs! Hendrix worked as a financial officer for the Bronxville Printery Corp for 27 years She retired in 1979 Frances A Broadfbot Dedrick a social 'worker and former Yonkers resident died Thursday at the Bennington (Vt) Conva-lescent Home She wu 81 Mrs Dedrick worked u a social worker for Westchester County in Yonkers and White Plains She had been Involved In community activities focusing on youth and families She wu born In New York City on July 12 1911 to Robert and Frances Linke Broadfbot and she wu raised and educated in Yonkerfc She received a two-year degree from Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers and completed her college studies at Simmons College in Boston She married Edgar Dedrick on Aug 11-1934 in Pound Ridge In 1972 she and her husband retired and moved to Old Chatham White Plains resident Sarah “Coot" Williams who lived in White Plain for almost 50 years died Tuesday at White Plain Hospital Center She wu 78 She wu born oh March 12 1914 in Orangeburg SC to Lawrence and Connie Postell Williams Miss Williams grew up in South Carolina and wu educated there She moved to White Plain in 1943 Miu Williams wu a member of Calvary Baptist Church In White Plains and a former member of St John’s Church of God and Christ in White Plains She is survived by four sisters Gladys Bryant Ann Rogers Es-“ telle Holt and Rose Robinson all of White Plains and three brothers the Rev Lawrence Wil- liams Jr of Greenburgh James ms of White Plains Williams of White Plains and ' John Williams iff Champaign I1L Arrangements are being handled by Lee’s Funeral Hone In White Plaint veteran Bernard Kavanaugh a lifelong Port Chester resident a veteran of World War II died Thursday at United Hospital Medical Center In Port Chester He was 68 He was born Oct 16 1924 in Port Chester to Benjamin and Sarah McNamara Kavanaugh He attended schools in Rye and graduated from Rye High SchooL During World War II served in the US Army Later Mr Kavanaugh worked as a private chauffeur for families in Greenwich He was member of Our Lady of Mercy Church in Port Chester Mr Kavanaugh is survived by a nephew Thomas Kavanaugh Jr or Port Chester and a niece Nancy Bellantoni of Brewster' and four grandnephews A j brother Thomas Kavanaugh Sr and a nephew James -Kavanaugh died earlier Arrangements are being ban-' died by Craft Memorial Funeral sui I Home in Port Chester retired florist Albert E Rumball a retired florist and 53-year Valhalla resident died Wednesday at St Agnes Hospital in White Plains He was 76 Mr Rumball was born April 27 1916 in Southey Saskatchewan to Edward and Ella Al-lendorf Rumball He moved to Valhalla from Canada when he was 2& He wasa florist at Lizzie Cat-erpm Florist in Valhalla for 42 years retiring In 1981 Mr Rumball served in the US Army’s 58th Medical Battalion in North Africa and Europe during World War II In 1957 he married Helen Klarer in Pleasantvllle She died in 1965 He was a member of St John’s Episcopal Church in Pleasant-ville Mr Rumball Is survived by a sister Elisabeth M Rumball of Valhalla! Contributions in his memory are being made to St John’s Episcopal Church 8 Sunn Ave Pleasantvllle NY 1051 Arrangements are being han dled by Ballard- DuranckFuneral Hope in' r financial officer She lived in Mount Vernon before moving to Yonkers about 37 fairs ago I Mrs' Hendrix Is survived by a sod George E Hendrix Jr of Bronxville one daughter Sara FitzGerald of Bonita Swings Fla two sisters Ruth-Elus and Ruby Williams both of Orange' Callr a brother Alfred Lansdell of Orange seven grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren Her husband died in September 1990 Fred H McGrath A Son Fif neral Home Inc In Bronxville Is1 handing the arrangements social worker NY Later they moved to Green Valley Aris4lrB Dedrick moved to the Albany area after her husband’s death in 1983 In Yonkers she had been a member of the Asbury Methodist Church in the Crestwood section She is survived by one daughter Clarissa Carabateu ot Nassau NY two sons Dr Robert Dedrick ot Meriden Conn and Alan Dedrick of Erin NY and eight grandchildren - Family and friends are making contributions in Mrs Dedrick's memory to the charity of choice care iff the Hanson-Walbridge Funeral Home PO Box 957 Bennington VL 05201 Arrangements are being handled by the Hanson-Walbridge Funeral Home In Bennington Vt (Death Notices1? 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Alexander married Vermille Romie at Shiloh Baptist Church In New Rochelle on June 21979 - -v He enjoyed fishlng at Hudson Park his wife said Mr Alexander is survived by his wife of New-Rochelle two brothers James of New Rochelle and Howard of South Hill: and five sisters Betty Morse Arnile L Sklpwith and Josephine Lewis all of South HiU Ruth Carrington iff Boston and Adeline Alexander of New York City and a cousin Lottie Barksdale - of New Rochelle " Arrangements are by Barney T McClanahan Funeral Home Inc in New Rochelle maker and a parishioner of the Church of the Resurrection in Rye She enjoyed gardening and designing dresses She is survived by a daughter Lucy Cordani of Rye three sons Rinaldo and George of Rye and Louis of Towaco NJ a sister Nina Losso of Paris France 12 grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren Funeral arrangements are being bandied by the William H Graham Funeral Home in Rye Ins Sun S-4SJ-pm Maa a of ChrMton burn Mon MBam Mt Carmal Church - bdarmant Mt Catoarv Cimo- on Nov V im ef Naw Bochaba tawad wile of bw tola LuM tnsbtor af Ardonto Ptopat Tranaucct and bw toto Repoahw 1 THE NCANCRO INC FUNERAL HOME M4 4bi Urast Naw Ro-chabs NY Maaa ef ChrMton burtol Man Mam: It Jespaph Church Matw mart Holy iapulchta Cnnatary Vtob-bw hour Sun a Man S 4S7 fpm STANLaY WaBar A On Nov zx lffl 1 ooo If Survtood by J douahtora Lym PmcMock al Laho fwori blnob E Momto Hock of Powtoyi htond South Carodno a oon WMtom Stontoy of Pino ' PtotoR NY and I arandchddron Ha to atoa fundvad by atotor Frtada Oman a Atox Stontoy of England MamorW Barries an Dac 1 11am SI Augustine Church Ef f Oialnbw In lau af Hewara lha tomby imuaato donabena ha mada to Atohabnars Aaaoc af Waatoheiler TAMdURSLLq MktabM an Nav s& Wfl Rapaabi al MC MAHON LYON 1 HARTNETT FUNERAL HOME 471 Mamaronack A va UMto FMna an IN I bin I to 4 t 7 to I pm Maaa ef ChrMton Burtol Man N am Sacrad Heart Churrii Entombment It Ray-mand’t Como torn brann 7IY WbXJAMS iamb (Cast) Nav M l'ffl ’ Vtonring 1-4 pm Man at UEES FUNERAL HOME 1M FMiar Avi “““ FMna theraattor at CMvary Church wham tomly wl htond 7-7 pm Man and PUnarri wl ba haM J pm Tumdpy Burtol WMto 11 ngs Rural uvnMiyi INMEMORIAM IE Sr Rh Year Amtoanary - 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