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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York • 24

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Port Chester, New York
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I 1 Jr Obltuartos 4B Tuesday December 14 1993 PC MK Gannett Suburban Newspapers Nathaniel 'Duka Hawthorne Droadnan custodian PhBp Ebetftnoc golf enthusiast veteran Geneva Weeks retired restaurant owner For 10 years he was a custodian for the Board of Cooperative Educational Services in White Plains He retired In 1973 In addition to his wife of New Rochelle Mr Broadnax is survived by three sisters Edna Johnson Louise Watson and Thelma Hobson all of Akron Ohio Two brothers Joseph Broadnax and Thomas Broadnax died earlier Arrangements are by Barney McClanahan Funeral Home Inc of New Rochelle the Rye Tercentenary Golf Tournament in I960 according to his son Jack Ebetino of Chevy Chase Md He was also an original member of the Rye Golf Club serving for many years on its golf committee Previously he assisted in golf activities at Apawamis Club fbr many years In addition to his son Mr Ebetino is survived by a daughter Ann McCabe of Bethel Conn three granddaughters Lisa Karen and Alison McCabe all of Bethel Conn and two brothers Fred Ebetino of Day-ton Ohio and Michael Ebetino of Clearwater Fla William Graham Funeral Home in Rye is handling the arrangements treasurer of the chapter for 15 years She was also treasurer and first vice president of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women in New Rochelle She was a longtime nember of The Clan Social Club in New Rochelle She was also assistant treasurer chairwoman of the auditing committee and chairwoman of the annual citi-xens awards luncheon for the Mount Vernon branch of Key Women of America Inc Mrs Weeks was a member of the Macedonia Baptist Church in Mount Vernon Among other nieces nephews and cousins survivors include niece Lois Fountain of Mount Vernon nephew Eric Blunt of Hempstead Long Island andcou-slns Gladys Humphrey and Sylvester Edwards both of Mount Vernon Her husband died in 1977 Arrangements are being handled by the Lee 0 Wood Funeral Home in Mount Vernon Geneva Weeks a retired businesswoman and longtime Mount Vernon resident died Friday at Mount Vernon Hospital Mrs Weeks and her husband owned and operated Courtney's Lounge a club and restaurant in New Rochelle for 32 years until the mid-1970s Mrs Weeks was born in Henderson NC to Harry and Alberta Jones She came to Mount Vernon as a child and was educated in Mount Vernon public schools She graduated from Mount Vernon High School and went on to train as a beautician She married Courtney Weeks in the late 1920s in Mount Vernon Mrs Weeks was a charter member the Aaron A Lewis Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary 6396 in Mount Vernon a member of the Mount Vernon branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and a past matron of the Progressive Chapter 42 of the Order of the Eastern Star in Mount Vernon She served as ex-Mamaroneck businessman Philip Ebetino a lifelong Rye resident and golf enthusiast died Sunday of heart follure at Westchester County Medical Center in Valhalla Mr Ebetino was 81 He was born April 8 1912 to Salvatore and Angelina Vallarel-li Ebetino in Rye where he attended public schools He served in the Army during World War II In 1939 Mr Ebetino married Lucille Mainiero at the Church of the Resurrection in Rye She died last year For 37 years Mr Ebetino worked at the Rye post office retiring as foreman of the mails in 1973 Mr Ebetino was an avid and skilled golfer winning numerous local golf tournaments including ex Josephine Santoro Ciraco a former Mamaroneck resident died Friday at Conway (SC) Hospital She was 68 She was born July 31 1925 in Mamaroneck to Anthony and Anna Funicelio Santoro In Mamaroneck she was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Mamaroneck Fire Department GI Civics Association and of the Centuriettes Club and was a member of the Columbiettes Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus In South Carolina she was a parishioner of St James Church in Conway Mrs Ciraco is survived by her husband Michael Ciraco of Conway two sons Michael A of Paid listings HMa Cisco: former Rye Brook resident Hilda Cisco a former Rye Brook resident died of cardiac arrest Sunday at Nyack Hospital She was 72 She was born Jan 24 1921 to Dr Harry and Frieda Rave Berglind in the Bronx where she was educated She graduated from Evander Childs High School On Aug 10 1941 she married Anthony Cisco at St Clare of Assisi Church in Bronx A homemaker Mrs Cisco had lived in what is now Rye Brook for 33 years before moving to Congers two years ago New Rochelle resident Sow Rmeritov Bom ftb a H0H INS Now York Oly Wlto of too Into ttonrv a GSck Levina moBMr of ASan A Marilyn GSck Michael Gfck Barbara A Marvin Bamatoto Adored vvxknotav of Madrtrino Charlie Chandra Ephraim ttonrv and Noah GBch Stovon Bomtatn Robin A Jonesian Cohan Charlohad oktor of Louis A Jay BranoBvar and Sw tots David A It Wod Brana Mamaroneck resident Murrells Inlet SC and Richard of Mamaroneck three brothers John Santoro of Yorktown Heights Louis A Santoro of Mamaroneck and Anthony Santoro of Hillsdale NY a sister Carmella Santoro of Mamaroneck and two grandchildren Donations in Mrs draco's memory are being made to the St James Expansion Fund 1101 Academy Drive Conway SC 29526 or to the Mercy Hospital Hospice Program of Horry County PO Box 1409 Myrtle Beach SC 29577 Goldfinch Funeral Home in Conway is handling arrangements aae of Dunks NY ratmaraty of Ybnhan on Sumtoy Doc INI at home No prior caNna hours vfimni Mrvmi wh ran ipm Dac 11 at Woodtawn Comatary Arranaamanto by lhar BAIRO FUNERAL HOME DundOS NY aaa- moirar ono hmt or rfviioinDMviri iomsr and Etonor Warner larvlcss today 1am at RIVERSIOE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 21 wad Broad Street Mount VSmotLNY VALOBZ CariSA ITunifcM BARNEY MC CLANAHAN FUNERAL HOME Tuesday S-S A 7-fpm Ararat service Tuesday 731pm at Of Mount Varaon on Dscvnbv IA INI Survived by Eric Bkjnf Lota Fountain Svtvestar Md LAwhJhu ra- InB IMBErB LEE WOOD FUNERAL HOME Monday S-S PM FamPy wfll receive Mends Tuatitov 4-f PM at Macedonia Churth Funoral II 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bDb DDa MR8Q M0RR 01 toe Son of God bnmaculato Vbgln aa-dd ma In my mcaadly a Star af to Saa Hdp ma and riww hardn Yw ara my Motov a Holy Mont Motov of Gad Oman of Haavan and Earth I huntoty boissch You bam (ha bdtom of my heart to auccv ma In my nscas-dly (make' raquaat) Than ara new tod can wdhdand Your Powv Mary concatvad adtoaut ikv Pm tor us atoo hove racauraa to Ttwe (3 Hmas) Hriy Mary I etaco Ihla cwio In Your hands (1 Hmas) Say too praw tor 1 eonsecuHve days You mud puhBdi andlwtHbaarvdsdtovou DW Nathaniel Hawthorne Broadnax a retired schools custodian from New Rochelle died Saturday at New Rochelle Hospital Medical Center He was 83 He was born April 3 1910 to Social and Louise Broadnax in Montgomery Ala where' he was educated Mr Broadnax came to New Rochelle 36 years ago and has lived in the city ever since Before moving to New Rochelle he also lived in White Plains On Nov 14 1966 he married Leah Johnson in Harrison Depew Brewer a former Mamaroneck businessman died Saturday at his home in Dunedin Fla He was 87 He was born Oct 1 1906 to Reuben and Frances Depew Brewer in Mamaroneck where he grew up and graduated from Rye Neck public schools Mr Brewer earned a bachelor's degree in business from Boston University After college he returned to Mamaroneck to work in his family's bank the Mamaroneck National Bank which foiled in 1933 That year he started Brewer Insurance Agency which is now based in Harrison and run by his only son Du bar Brewer of Harrison In 1937 he married Adrienne Mungar in Mamaroneck His wife died in 1985 While living in Mamaroneck Mr Brewer was secretary and president of the Mamaroneck Le Elton Hill: ex-Westchester resident LeElton Hill formerly of Westchester County died Friday at his home in Spring Valley He was 38 He died of pneumonia said his sister Vercell Hill of Maryland Mr Hill was born March 30 1955 in Fairmont NC to Norma Newkirk At age 13 he moved with his fomily to the White Plains and Greenburgh area He received two bachelor's degrees one in business administration from the Detroit Institute of Technology in 1990 and the other in communications arts from Ramapo College of New Jersey in Mahwah in 1992 While attending Ramapo College he served an internship with the news department of WWOR-TV in Secaucus NJ Most recently he worked as an emergency coordinator for the American Red Cross In addition to his mother of Middletown NY and his sister Vercell Mr Hill is survived by another sister Zay Cobb of White Plains an aunt Claudeen Paige and uncle Jake Hill both of Fairmont and several cousins and nephews Alphonso Brown Funeral Home in Spring Valley is handling arrangements Donations in his name may be sent to the Muscular Dystrophy Association 220 White Plains Road Tarrytown NY 10591 head sacristan Thomas Culhane Jr the head sacristan at Immaculate Conception Church in Tuckahoe died at Sunday at Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville He was 78 He was born Jan 26 1915 in Manhattan to Thomas and Anne Marie Lennon Culhane He attended St Ambrose High School in' Manhattan On July 10 1941 he married Mildred Myskow at SL Bridget's Church in Manhattan Mr Culhane lived in Tuckahoe fbr 52 years He was the head sacristan and custodian for Immaculate Conception Church in Tuckahoe fbr 51 years He was1 also a member of the church where he was a Eucharistic minister Mr Culhane was a past captain of the Waverly Engine Company 1 part of the Eastchester Volunteer Fire Department He was a third- and fourth-degree member of John Keogh Council Knights of Columbus in Tuckahoe In addition to his wife Mr Culhane is survived by a daughter Bernadette Culhane of Tuckahoe two sons Thomas of Poughkeepsie and Robert of Daytona Beach Fla and a sister Sister Mary Culhane of Sau-gerties NY six grandchildren and one great-grandchild A son William died earlier Family and friends are making contributions to Jansen Memorial Hospice 99 Main St Tuckahoe NY 10707 Westchester Funeral Home in Eastchester is' handling the arrangements- Association now the Mamaroneck Chamber of Commerce He was a member of the Elks Club and the Apawamis Masonic Lodge both in Mamaroneck Mr Brewer was a former member of First United Methodist Church About 15 years ago Mr Brewer retired and moVed to Dunedin In addition to his son Mr Brewer is survived by a daughter Sondra Brewer Pfeffer of Highland Park 111 a sister Edith Thomas of Hartford Conn and (bur grandchildren His younger brother Harrison resident John Brewer who owned Brewer Hardware died in 1992 That business is now run by John son The Curlew Hills Funeral Home of Palm Harbor Fla is handling the arrangements Death Notices' MATH Tot Daato NoHca Card of Thank in Mvnoriam It Judo or Lodaa Notice phase call 4S4-S147prtor to toa dw of PUaMCBnOfl rVOUssa am to I plru Satontov am to Lpm Sunday 2 pm to fcM pm PLSASB NOT For Yonhvs and Mount Vomon pubBcafloa dMdSna to 8GQ PJVn MOImBv Wm8n osOBIFb SatardnM am to Sam Sunday 1 pm tot pm ToipaakwMi i ctol Hit CommunSv Now numbor Noted on 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toa BURR-OAVIS SHARPE FUNERAL HOME Tue and WW 2-4 and 7-fPM Batovad hwhand af dwatod totov af Jadi of Lka Kama Aflmn McCabe Dav kgaiAaa bed ajeo ve udH raniw niB 81 NIQMli rRiRfr WM ea 1 DKMW WlMlDDi 'IVWnHBIf f9 PHI toa WILLIAM GRAHAM FUNERAL HOME MM Barian Pod Rd Rye Man of Chriritan Burial Thuradav Mwn at Church tntonmnt Graafi-lUnton Cvnatary Of Eaifchidar Wv On Dk IX 1N2L Wlto of toa toll Joawh Motov al Patrtde Ota EXsabata Ja-Grandmrihv af Attend She had been a parishioner of Corpus Christi Church in Port Chester Mrs Cisco is survived by two sons William Cisco of Thiel is and John Cisco of Port Chester a daughter Marlene Rossi of Congers a brother Harry of Great Neck Long Island two sisters Frieda Gates of Philadelphia and Gail Berglind of Queens and seven grand- children Her husband died in 1991 The James Gunipero Funeral Home in Port Chester is handling the arrangements Mr Valdex is survived by five daughters Ana Rivera and Thelma Balcarcel both of New Rochelle Norma Roman of Costa Mesa Calif Brenda Scully of Danbury Conn and Zulma Castile of Fort Worth Texas two sons George of Costa Mesa and Amulfo of Guatemala City Guatemala two sisters Olga Valdez of New Rochelle and Blanca Si-cajau of Guatemala City one brother Enrique Lopes of Guatemala City 37 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren A son Abner Valdes died last year Barney McClanahan Funeral Home Inc in New Rochelle is handling the arrangements ex-Port Chester resident dearly" said her mother Ann Kestlinger Mrs Lesko is survived by her husband Robert of Glen Rock two sons Brian Lesko and Randy Lesko of Glen Rock a daughter Tracy Lesko of Encino Calif her parents Robert and Ann Kestlinger of Port Chester and a brother Gary Kestlinger of Stamford Conn A daughter Jamie died in 1990 Donations in Mrs Lesko's memory are being made to the American Lung Association of Hudson Valley 900 Ellison Ave Westbury NY 11590-5100 teacher librarian trict including Graham Elementary School She retired about a year ago Miss Morehead was active in the Eternal Light Church in Mount Vernon She was president of the church's missionary society and also organised programs for women and youth She is survived by live sisters Betty Brown of Carmel Violet Moe of Dophan Ala Sylvia Murphy of Pelham and Teresa Miller and Rebecca Plummer both of Mount Vernon and five brothers Anderson Morehead Jr Dennis Morehead Sr Delbert Morehead Sr John Morehead and James Morehead Sr and nieces and nephews Arrangements are being handled by the Primm Funeral Home in Mount Vernon Scarsdale Rochelle member of Man Roman Scarsdale daughter sister both of died earlier Home handling Carlos I Valdes a resident of New Rochelle died Sunday at New Rochelle Hospital Medical Center Mr Valdes was 71 He was born Nov 27 1922 to Amulfo and Jovita Terecero Valdes in Santa Crus del Quiche Guatemala where he was educated In 1930 Mr Valdez married Olympia Lopes She died in 1985 He came to the United States 13 years and settled in New Rochelle where he has lived ever since Mr Valdes was a clerk with the immigration department in Guatemala While in Guatemala he was also a singer and compos- er Lynne Kestlinger Lesko 44 a former Port Chester resident died Sunday after suddenly contracting viral pneumonia She died at Hackensack Medical Center in New Jersey 1 Mrs Lesko was born June 8 1949 in Port Chester She graduated from Port Chester High School and attended Harcum College in Bryn Mawr Pa She also attended the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan In 1971 she married Robert Lesko in Bryn Mawr and they settled in Glen Rock NJ Mrs Lesko was a homemaker loved her children retired Zelda More head a retired Mount Vernon teacher who was active in church work died Thursday at her home in New Rochelle She was born to Bishop Anderson Sr and Betty Sue Garrison Morehead in Canton Ohio where she grew up She moved to New York City then settled in Mount Vernon in 1967 Miss Morehead lived there until last year when she moved to New Rochelle Miss Morehead worked as a head librarian at the Donell Library in Manhattan She studied at Hunter College and earned a bachelor's degree from Iona College and a master's degree from Fordham University She taught at several schools in the Mount Vernon school dis 12131 at Wo In oto In Memorial Chaeot MSS Central Park Ave Yonkars NY 14-7S-MI (aae Bapdrio) of tocambv 1A INI aide of George Kopplar Levina aunt of Mary Pal Dodds Margaret Schumacher Adrtonna Brawn Judy Gootonan Hobart A James Chabol Rank Doddo and Lament Bardoto Ro- aoslna THE WHALEN A BALL FU NERAL HOME B4C Itt Park Ave (corner of Gtonwaod) Mass at Christian Burial In Christ The Kina Church an IX at lldSAM SI Mary's Camstory hours Turn 1-4 A 14PM at the lato 1130AM al WEINSTEIN CHAPEL 1401 Canbal Park Ave (lNk no of Tuckahoe Rd) Yonkars LYNCH Margard at Scarsdato MY on Ok 1A 1NX Wlto oflha lato Edward Lynch Coudn of Francis McCtoskay Cdlhto hours at the Fmd MoGrdh A Son Amral Home BronavBto batwoon Ihe hours 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retiring in 1970 Before moving to Mrs Stilo lived in New and Bronxville Mrs Stilo was a Immaculate Heart of Catholic Church in She is survived by a Teresa Stilo and a twin Marguerite Immediate Scarsdale A son Ronald Stilo Westchester Funeral Inc of Eastchester is the arrangements WILLIAM GRAHAM 7xe a SMVIHC WCSICHCSKR COUNIY Al 1036 POST ROAD RYE NEW YORK PHONE: (914) WO 7-0129 BULFAMANTE FINANCIAL SERVICES Srb fluljiimnnir ft Bank CD Rates Too Low? 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