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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York • 16

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Port Chester, New York
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Obituaries 4KS Tuesday March 22 1994 PC Gannett Suburban Newspapers Ralph JCabuttb former Port Chester resident self-employed plumber plumber Mr Santoro was a parishioner -of Corpus Christ! Church in Port Chester He was a past member of the Port Chester Elks the Knights of Columbus and the Don Bosco Center and was president of the Port Chester Old Timers He is survived by two daughters Marie Pace of Palm Beach -Gardens and Lena Santoro of' North Palm Beach Fla a brothr er Rocco Santoro of Montank NY a sister Sarah Donato of' Rye Brook and 1 two grandchildren His brothers Vincent Anthony Charles Joseph and Philip and a sister Katherine Santoro died earlier Craft Memorial Home Inc in Port Chester is handling the Rita UL DaSalwoi retired secretary ftitaM DeSalvo of Mahopac a daughter in Mahopac former Shrub Oak resident died Sunday at Putnam Hospital Center in CarmeL She was 67 Mrs DeSalvo was the secretary to the principal of Lakeland's Thomas Jefferson Elementary School She retired in 1981 after working at the school 23 years She was born Sept 20 1928 in White Plains to Antonio and Elvira Ortando DiYeso 1 On Sept 12 '1948 she married Joseph DeSalvo at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in White Plains The couple lived in North White Plains until moving to Shrub Oak in 1957 Mrs DeSalvo lived ip Shrub Oak until her husband retired in 1981 and they moved to Spring Hill Fla She returned to New York last year to live with her She was a parishioner John the Evangelist Mahopac -While in Florida volunteered as aide in the local school served as a volunteer nursing home Mrs DeSalvo is three sons John City Mo Joseph and James or Croton daughter Janet twobrother DiYeso of Hyannis Sal DiYeso of and nine grandchildren Her husband died brother Cas DiYeso 1979 Arrangements are Funeral Hone in Frank Santoro a Port Chester resident died Saturday at Palm Beach Gardens (Fla) Medical Center He was 91 He was bom Jan 4 1903 to Dominick and Marla1 LaBate Santoro in Italy He moved to Port Chester as a small child and attended local schools He lived in Miami from 1935 to 1957 when he returned to Port Chester He moved to Palm Beach Gardens in 1992 In 1926 he married Torlna Briganti at Our Lady of Mercy in Port Chester She died in 1988 Mr Santoro was a master plumber He was a member of the Mount Vernon Local 88 of the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of Plumbers and Pipe-fitters during his early years in Port Chester He worked in hotel construction former of St Church in Mrs DeSalvo a teachers and also at a load survived by of Kansas of Mahopac Bates of lit-hopar Anthony Mass and Leesburg 1 FMi in 19913k died Jn by Cargslh Mahopac Joseph Calautti a for-mer Port Chester resident who moved to Edgewater Fla six years ago died Saturday at Halifax Hospital Medical Center in Daytona Beach Fla He was 72 He was born May 20 1921 to Salvatore' Calautti in Norwich Conn He attended Rye Neck schools and lived in Port Chester for 45 years On June 22 1947 he married Catherine LaBella in Port Ches- ter Mr Calautti was a retired employee-of Burlington Industries in New Jersey He was a World War II Army veteran and earned a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star From1 1939 to 1948 he was a boxer in the Miami area and won a welterweight championship his with said Mr Calautti was a member of the New Smyrna Beach (Fla) Anthony Calbfe former -Anthony Calbi a longtime White Plains resident and former bartender died Sunday at White Plains Hospital Center He -was 58 Mr Calbi was born Nov 11 1935 to Anthony and Antoinette For-nabio Calbi in New York City where he attended schools He moved to White Plains in 1958 In 1991 he was employed as a mail clerk for General Foods dorp in White Plains Before that he was a bartender for many years at Foley's Sam's of Gedney Way FYan-besco's Patrick's Rub and Dunne's Pub all in White Plains Barbara Blazier Gaflhey a self-employed attorney who specialized in estate died of cancer March 15 at her home in Astoria Queens She was 41 1 1 She was born Nov 11 1952 to John F- Thelma Sussman Blazier in Manhattan She grew up in Larchmont and graduated from Mamaroneck High School Fordhan) University and Brooklyn Law School In 1986 she married Harry Joseph Gafthey in her mother's home in Hartsdale After1 she had worked for a number of law: firms' Mrs Gaflhey set up her own law business In Queens 1 In addition to her husband of Paid listinqs March tl TVM1 Vtowtna Mom Thurwtoy LSI FUNERAL HOME US Ftohw AW Whaa Plato Ttiwaaltor at ASon AME Churdb Ftohw Am Whwa tonoral a ba hold 7pm Thumtoy burtW In croton my at Joan Oovto and Ed-of two HUB Church March tl 1IH Huoband nononodk mv ot nqdvt at In at ttoawon Oomatont ins at Manda Wadnaatoy 7-1 PM and Ian at WMa PWm at Dm toto AJbart at Pator A Kln-at Daria Md Daar at JUritog Annaka A Karina Klndtor FUnaral aandot Thuraday pm at ma EALLARD-OURAND FUNERAL HOME INC Maato Avm cat at hama Thun toit lads am har mamary 1 oadHadtona la The NY Mar MM Sunriuad -hr -wHa AScar bo 4 r-bHaw ttotonc Ur-In baw I aunt many oautbto Sarricn Church Wad at' Camatot Funeral Ml Haunt Auo ML Vomoa 7-V amJntonmnt ML Hope Coma- Tbanaa an March it 1M at TDdnheai Batouad wNa at lha tola 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grandchildren Dudley Funeral Homes Edge- water Chapel in Edgewater handling the arrangements bartender He married Claudette Levesque on Nov 23 1958 at St John's Evangelist Church in White Plains His wife died in 1988 Mr Calbi is survived by a daugh- ter Antoinette Calbi Alley and soi- in-law Timothy both of Chariottea- ville Va two sisters Nancy GaU and Mary Ferrt both ofthe Bronx and several nieces and nephews Three brothers Nicholas Dominick and' Leonard and two si ten CarmeUa and Anna Rose died earlier McMahon Lyon Hartnett Fu- -neral Home in White Plains is handling the arrangement self-employed attorney Queens and her mother of Hartsdale Mrs Gaflhey is survived by a 22-month-old son Brendan Blazier Gaflhey of Queens and two brothers1 John Blazier of Naugatuck Conn and Dr Ken-' neth Blazier of Portland Maine Contributions can be made in Mrs Gaflhey's name to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of St Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Coster Attn Dr Farrokh Shahri-var 1000 10th 1 Avenue NY NY 10019 or to the People Against Cancer Route One PO Box 10 Otho Iowa 50589 The Peter Angerame Funeral Home in Queens handled the arrangements Usher Board and the Young AuxQiaiy in White Plains She is survived by a daughter Vallestya' Baker of Greenbuigh three cousins Frank and1 Hawkins of Lexington Ky and Mary Walker of Philadelphia and several nieces and nephew Lee's Funeral Home in White' Plains is handling the arrangement Survivors include a son Peter A Kindler of White Plains a sitter Doris Feigl of Whiting and three grandchildren Kirsten Kindler Karina Kindler and Anneka Kindler all of White Plains Donations aiJseing made to White Plains Hospital Center1 Davis Avenue and East Post Road White Plains NY 10601 Ballard-Durand Funeral Home in 'White is handling the arrangements1 homemaker Mrs Valenti was a homemaker She is survived by her son Charles and John- both of New Rochelle her mother Grace of Mount Vernon and three grandchildren Funeral arrangement are being handled by Graziano Funeral Home at the George Davis chapel in New Rochelle worker Plains for 18 year Mr Griffin is survived by her husband Alphonpo of White Plains two1 son Alvin James of Miami and George Blair of Jamaica and her mother Stella Blair of Jamaica Funeral Home in White Plains is handling the 1 1 Greenburgh resident died Saturday at Goidwater Memorial Hospital on Rqpsevelt Island NY She was 82 Mrs Baker was bom Sept 2ft 1911 in Lexington Ky to John and Minnie Buckner She worked as a maid and a cook for families in Kentucky and Westchester 1 She married Reynold Baker in 194ft He died in 1978 Mr Baker was a member of the VALBm of Chariot BhabaRu Dowtad too-toto Fm dllto- Tun a Wod a 7-fam ot too GCO DAVH FUNERAL NOME 14 LaCount Ftoco Now RocMto AmorM Man Thuro-tf am at bnmaaitoto Con-R Church Tucfcohoo M-by totomwnt BoOchwood Cwno- bv On March SI 1IH FamSy al ractlua fttondi Taaa -7-f Wad HIM alCOXE a GRA-ZUWO SUNERAL HOME 77 Booton PoN Mamk Funeral am Thun Mam al Holy Triraty rxl Owrch 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Wert Nyack NY a aster Zita Vatgae of Mamaroneck 12 grandchildren and 10 greatgrandchildren Family and friends are making memorial contributions to United Hoqpital Hospice 406 Boston Ftat Road Port Chester NY 10571 Arrangements are by Cokb and Graziano Funeral Home in Mamaroneck Walter Panas graduate Raul DS Mizroch a 1993 graduate of Walter Panaa High School died Sunday at his home in Cortlandt Manor He was 18 Mr Mizroch was born Slept 17 1975 in New York City to A Daniel and Alicia Mendez Mizroch He spent his early childhood in White Plains moving with his family to Cortlandt when he was 8 He was a 1993 graduate of Walter Panas High School He was a member of the Panas Player a computer enthusiast and he also enjoyed auto mechanics and rock music He was bar niitzvahed at Tern-1 pie Beth Am in Yorktown where he was a member in 1988 Mr Mizroch is survived by his parents and a sister Allison Mizroch all of Cortlandt his pater-' nal grandparent Dr SB and Murid Mizroch of Norfolk Va his maternal grandparent Julia Mendez and Felix Tavares ofthe Dominican Republic and his maternal greatgrandmother Ramona Mende also ofthe Dominican Republic Family and friends are making donations in his memory to Temple Beth Am 203 Church Place Yorktown Height NY 1059ft Arrangements are by Clinton Funeral Home in FeekskilL Rockoffi child-care provider Maigaret Sill Weatherly Rockoft died Wednesday at the Wibon Health CSwa Center in GaHhenbug Md She was 8ft She was bam July ft 190ft to Hemy end Alfteda Payson Sill in -Ithac NY Mi Rockoff had lived in Mamaroneck rince 1939 until moving to Maryland last year She was a home childrare provider in Mamaroneck and at agaflft earned a bachelor's degree in emfy education from Columbia Uhivenity Mr Rockoff Is MRvtved by two daurtiter Margaret Weatherfy of Gahhentaug and Florence Bishop of Eagle Point Ora one stepson Alan Rockoff of White Plain one sister Alfteda Galt of Southport Oano eight grandchildren and nine grertgrandchikken Her lint husband James Weatherly died in 1982 Her second husband Garson Rockoff died in 1961 Donation are being made to LiiWyim Foundation (a social psychiatry research foundation) Box 314 1771 Port Road East Westport Conn 0688ft or Habitat for Humanity International 121 Habitat SL Americu Ga Barber Funeral Home of Laytonsville Md is handling the arrangement 1 Death Notices MATH N0TICB 1 TV Met MM Doom MbWcs Card at Thanfco In Momorianu It Judo or Lottos NdNcw otoaooca4-Sl47artwtotoodavol AJLmILhi A RwKMQA HNral am to iuiu Saturday am to Mmu Sunday 1 pan to IdW pjtu mount vommi tM pan Mandpy Srouph Friday SakirdnMajiulDtAitu Sunday 1 -OJiutoSaun' TPl about an obBuary news Wory' Cm rw wummumy iwwi nuntoor Stood on Ppm 1A Monday -totaughmdny On Saturday and Sunitoy i LIST OF DEATHS VHuantMt GCO MV IMtoVdlOwtoo WESTOIEnBtFUaSmLHOOIGRK MAMOFAC Faaaiwa nmij 4 JlMMTH FUNERAL HOMB MTVMN0N O' gjUMB MVMMUMRri NEOTOtotTetnivanoa NBWItOCHE oneomaMm aAmiCYTtoCCLAilAHANFUWKIIALHOtoK LLOYD MAXCY mczhocili QJNTQN 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YM-town I toiahli NY al VRtoaS NY a brother al Marta toar at 1 Funaral aacvlca WML am al ChurriL bn Jj Cwnotwy todnam vasty GRANT II WM-Botowd motow hoE Pal Gram al Oatod Canto and GaS Sorakeff vlca Saturday Ham Oiurdb Hadtaai an Nudptou Ruth Kindten hospital volunteer 1 Ruth Ann Kindler a longtime resident of White Plains died yesterday at her home She was 0 1 She was bom April 15 1913 to Dorris and Louise Reichardt Whipple in Bayonne She earned si bachelor's degree from Columbia University In 1936 she married Albert Kindler in New York City He died in 1990 She was a former board member at White Plains Public Library and frequently volunteered at WhitePlains Hospital Center JudKh Rosenfekfc teacher softball coach years moving from Yonkers' in 1967 In 1957 she married Alan Rosenfeld who died in 1989 Mrs Rosenfeld is survived by a daughter Jane Emerick of Ossining a son John Rosenfeld of Hartsdale two brothers Alan Stolberg of the Bronx and Michael Stolberg of Freeport 111 and two grandchildren Funeral arrangement! are being handled by Riverside Memorial Chapel in Mount Vernon Judith I Rosenfeld a longtime Hartsdale resident died Sunday at Beth Israel Hospital in Manhattan Mrs Rosenfeld was born to William and Edith Stolberg She was a teacher in several school districts in Westchester County most recently at the alien School in Mamaroneck: For many years she managed and coached a girls' softball team in Ardsley She lived in Hartsdale for 27 Madeline Rossi Valenti: Madeline Rossi Valenti a Bronxville resident for more than 35 years died yesterday at Mount Vernon hospital in Mount Vernon She was 67 1 Mrs Valenti was bom in Elizabeth NJ on Mar 27 1926 to Frank and Grace Cannone Rossi She married Jerome Valenti on Oct 10 1947 in Mount Vernon He died in 1985 EShlyn Griffin: child care Ethlyn Edwin! Murdock Griffin' a White Plains resident died yesterday at White Plains Hospital Center She was 67 1 She was bom April 8 1925 to knd Stella Todd Murdock in San toy Hanover Jamaica She was a child-care worker for Cardinal McClosky in White The difference is liHhejfei quality of care gnren to the one 4 it vi r-v Cxinvcnicnt CcntnJ On'piemise PaHcmg i.

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