The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York on July 11, 1995 · 6
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Port Chester, New York
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Tuesday, July 11, 1995
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MfJ - OA Tuesday July 11 199$ PC Gannett Suburban Newspapers Gai I V: Robert J Samler: retired utility manager Robert J Samler of De Land Fla a former Rye resident died Saturday at Memorial Hospital-West Volusia in De Land He was 75 - Mr Samler oraT born Jan 3 1920 in Newark NJ to tyorris and Mary Flynn Samler He fcrew up In Rye He graduated from Rye High School and attended nice Institute in New York On June 21 1941 he married Barbara Ross at Resurrection Church in Rye They moved to West Palm Beach in 1948 and to De Land in 1975 Mr Samler worked for the Florida Public Utilities Co for 35 years until his retirement in 1995 He served in the West Palm Beach office for 25 years rising to general sales manager Then he transferred to the De Land office where he was division manager Mr Samler was chairman of rifibd Zaccanina: Port -rrr 1 Mabel Zaccanina a Port Ches- ter resident died yesterday at United Hospital Medical Center in port Chester She was 79 ' She was born Dec 13 1915 to William and Gertrude Casford Hillier in-Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island in Canada Mrs Zaccanina moved to Port Chester in the early 1940s She was a homemaker liked to bowl and belonged to the North Baptist Church in Port Chester ' Mrs Zaccanina is survived by' two daughters Mary Tamucci of Rye Brook and Myrtle MacNeish of Orlando Fla a sister Elaine Babcock of Moncton in New Benedict P Cutrone: Benedict P Cutrone Harri- son’s former public works commissioner died Sunday at White Plains Hospital He was 67 A Harrison resident for 28 years Mr Cutrone had become a familiar face about town He serve as Public Works Commissioner for four years under former Town Supervisor Charles Balancia Mr Cutrone oversaw highway sanitation parks and maintenance efforts until Jan 5 1994 After being replaced by a new administration he took on a role of a regular board-watcher Sit-' ting in the front row at almost every Town Board meeting he continued speaking out on com- munity issues Town Board member Patrick Veterfe said Cutrone made a major contribution to the town and will be missed “He was an outstanding per- son a very knowledgeable person” Vetere said "He rendered the town good service with his management background" In the early 1980s Mr Cut- rone was a member of the Harrison Board of Education He was born Aug 15 1927 to Santos ' and Rose rCatania Cut rone of Pelham Bay He grew up in Pelham Bay He graduated from Columbia University in New York in 1948 and attended medical school at University’ of Pavia in Italy from 1951 to 1954 He served in the US Army Medical Corps during World War ii- After the war he worked for several years as a carpentry con-' tractor He then worked in man-ufocturing management for Standard Brands Inc of New York Ruth M Gersten former teacher Ruth M Center who was born in Port Chester died Friday at her home in Fort Pierce Fla She was 76 v Mrs' Center "Was ' born ' Sept” 14 1918 and went to schools in-Port Chester ’ ’ She lived in Greenwich Conn' ’ for decades before moving to Wappingere Falls NY and later to Florida She married John W Center 53 yean ago Mrs Center was a former English teacher and had taught in area schools She also worked for the town of Greenwich and as a library clerk for Wappingers Falls Central School District Mrs Gerster moved to Florida 10 years ago- She was a meiqber of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Vero Beach Fla In addition to her husband Mrs Center is survived by a son John Jr of Rocky Hill Conn a daughter Linda Adams oi Glen wood Md a brother Emil Lindquist of Fairfteld Conn and feMore obituaries 7A — ” H6A 120 N Main Street Fbrt Chester NY 1057 914-9390740 0Jtaw MOyai Maa Jrl OOTtoaMSpwSai the Riviera Beach Planning and Zoning Commission and secretary of the Hotel and Restaurant Foundation- at Palm Beach Junior College He was a member of this Ro- tary Club in Riviera Beach and in De Land He was a member of the West Volusia Audubon Society for 20 years In addition to his wifo Mr Samler is survived by a son Jack of Sanibel Fla a daughter Dale Mulholland of Tampa Fla a sister Mariellen Mulqueen of Union City Calif two grandchildren and a' great-granddaughter Allen-Summerhill Funeral Home in De Land is handling the-arrangements Family and friends are making donations to the Diabetes Foundation and to the West Volusia Audubon Society P0' Box 1268 De Land Fla 32721 Chester homemaker Brunswick Canada seven grandchildren 11 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews Her second husband James Zaccanina died in 1992 Two sons Mark Spencer and Leonard Spencer two brothers Preston and Lloyd Hillier and a sister Myrtle Mac Donald died earlier - Donations may be made in Mrs Zaccanina’s memory to the American Heart Association Wcstchester-Putnam Chapter InC 3020 Westchester Ave Purchase NY 10577 Craft Memorial Home in Port Chester is handling arrpge- ments former Harrison official for 20 years and for SAIRF Matarazzo in Sao Paulo Brazil from 1975-76 He served as presi- dent of Chock Full O’Nuts Inc in New York until 1980 Most recently he worked as a consultant in safety administration for the Monteflore Medical Center in the Bronx He wu a parishioner of St Gregory the Great Church in Harrison Mr Cutrone enjoyed bowling and was fluent in Italian ac- cording to his family He was a former member of the Academy of Science and president -of the John Cabot Club in Harrison During his college d&ys he1 was a member of the Phi Gamr ma Delta fraternity He is survived by two sons Philip Cutrone of Harrison and Louis Cutrone of Stamford Conn a daughter Pamela Shribbs - of Carmichael Calif and two grandchildren V A brother - Frank Cutrone died earlier ' Coxe & Graziano Funeral Home in Mamaroneck is handling the arrangements Memorial contributions may be made to the Harrison Volunteer Ambulance Corp 2 Pleasant Ridge Road Harrison NY 10528 or the Hospice at United Hospital Medical Center 406 Boston Post Port Chester NY 10573 five grandchildren Cox-Gi(Tord Funeral Home of Vero Beach is handling the ar-' rangements Family and friends are making memorial donations to the National Parkinson's Disease Center 1501 NW Ninth Ave Miami Fla 33136 or to Our Savior Lutheran Church 1850 - Sixth Ave Vero Beach Fla 32960 ObHuary policy - Gannett Suburban News- papers publishes the obitu-’ aries of people who have lived or worked in West- 1 Chester or Putnam counties Obituaries may be sub- mitted through foneral : homes or directly through the fomily of the deceased Due to the large volume of obituaries all information must be submitted for publication within three days of a person's death Additional information can be obtained from our newsroom at 637-2203 Garden Statuary for Classic filwigiassColIcctiM Colorflil Mossed HaiiHg Baskets Weathered Itoh and Verde (ton Planters 40 MgatCiUa Cam Charles P Blacks tree Charles P Black of Rye a tree surgeon and retired volunteer firefighter died Sunday of cancer He was 68 He was born June 8 1927 in Davenport Iowa to William T and Gertrude Zirkel Black The family moved to Rye in 1928 As a young boy he delivered newspapers on his bicycle He' was a Boy Scout and often camped in the -woods off Manursing Way His mother taught him to'play the piano without learning to read music and he could play a long after hearing it just once his fkmily said A student at Resurrection Grammar School through eighth grade he graduated from Rye High School in 1945 During World War II Mr Black served in the Marine Corps -and was stationed in China His brother Thomas Maynard was killed in action at I wo Jima After the war he formed Ged-ney and Black Tree Service with his lifelong friend and brother-in-law Leslie Ctedney When their partnership dissolved he formed Charles P Black Tree Robert E FoBre offset Robert E Folin an oftket printer died Sunday in New York Hospital id Manhattan He was 80 He was born Dec1 12 1914 to Horace and Jeanne Robertson Folin in Mamaroneck where he was raised Mr Folin later lived in Ryefor 41 years A graduate of Mamaroneck High School Mr Fqlin served in the Marine Corps in World War IlOn April 25 1947 he married Frederica Dow in Pelham Mr Folin was retired from his job as an oftket printer with Daniel PaceBos retired Daniel Pacello a former Port Chester resident died Saturday at the Norwalk (Conn) Care and Rehabilitation Center He was 90 Mr Pacello was bom April 16 1905 in Brooklyn to Marko and Maria Pacello He moved to Port Chester as a child and was educated there graduating from Port Chester High School in 1923 He received four sports letters at the school and was a member of the Port Chester basketball team that won the state champi- onship in 1923-After his graduation he played basketball with the Don Bosco Catholic Club League L- Mr ' Pacello worked for 48 years at Russell ' Burdsalf & Ward Bolt and Nut Works in Port DCATM NOTICSS — To place paid DmSi Notice Card of Thank In Momortam SI Judo or Lads Noltc ptooao caS 44-5147 prior to ttw (toy of PuMkaNon Hours: Mondoy-ffldav I im Is MO pjiu Solurdov I am to 4 pm Sunday lpm to 4 pm NEWS OBITUARIES-To I an odttor about an obituary iwwa story Ptoaia caN tha Local Nswa adNor Stood on too Our Town paao Monday through Friday baton S pm On Saturday ami Sunday ptoaia caS 84 SQM baton S pm UST OF DEATHS HARRISON curaoua omen COKE 0 OKAZIANO FUNERAL HOME KATOHAH c mSoqatss funehal home PWEIU FUNERAL HOME MTUSCO THE OHJUBI A COX FUNERAL HOME IWT VERNON aSelotTuneralhome ' NEW son IS 1 1 B k N CANCfKX ttC SACRAL HOME LLOYD MAXYS BEAUCHAMP CHAPEL PAULKRBR am A EXX CURRY FUNERAL HOME INC LQUMEURY P jMRkm E A CURRY FUNERAL HOME INC PLEASANTVILLE I FUNERAL HOME PORT CHESTER MMrt - CRAFT MEMORIAL HOME INC CRAFT MEMORIAL HOME INC CRAFT MEMORIAL HOME INC PUTNAM VALLEY HERiTAOe RJNBML HOME w£MmIlc£ JMliAMHCnAmMFUNEnALHOMa WLLIAM H GRAHAM FUNERAL HOME MATZMAML InatB COFFEVPUNERAL HOME MC imeer nwNNL m!!1 ruUN lin I aiwwwRinf boyfflotr TlMAra MEMOntALH0MBee mTHEWATRA 'mLwOWAL HOME KMLAILImaC FLVHH MEMOMAL HOME CmM Fk Av OTHER AltaAS IMMMbH W r vmSlevafpmfji Or On July im Of Now Bedlam NY toMband af Morgan! (not lanttiarto) Dear ion of FrancM Amori and Piwfi wnori Wot fir JfififiPH Jr and Mary of NMto Amort ra ttw N CANCRa INC FUNERAL HOME Ml 4Hl 8 Now R-ctwBe NY Mere af ChrlsNm Burial Thunday N am SL Joairfi Church toiamami UAi fiOTnlOTW MMfiOW gmlOTin'r HI au-ef llawara danaBona to Satoslan Vlattkia hours Tuesday and Wadnaaday AAA 7-f am surgeon 4- Surgery He married Rita D Abraham of Bedfordshire England at Resurrection Church In Rye inJ950 He was a retired member of the Rye Volunteer Fire Department He also was a member of the i local Veterans of Foreign Wars the American Legion and the China Marines In addition to his wifo of Rye' Mr Black is survived by two sons Gary and Charles D both of Rye four daughters Kathryn Hulbert of Harrison Marge Kiss of Hudson NY Dorothy Hunt of Norwalk Conn and Laura Dora-zio of Mahopac four brothers Travis of Maine Vincent of California James of Arkansas and John of Florida three sisters Marion Fredricks of Melbourne Fla Carol Maragnano of Hartford Conn and Barbara McConnville of Manchester' Conn and 11 grandchildren William H Graham Funeral Home in Rye is handling the arrangements I Friends and family are making donations to SL Jude Children's Cancer Research Center 501 St Jude Place Memphis Term 38105 printer Acme Manufacturing Co in Tuckahoe In addition to his wifo of Rye Mr Folin is survived - by a daughter Claire Newquist of Middletown NY a sister Dorothy Roos of South Yarmouth Mass and three grandchildren William ' H Graham Funeral Home in Rye is handling the arrangements Family and friends are making memorial donations to the American Cancer Society - 30 Glenn St White Plains NY 10603 shipping foreman Chester When he retired in 1971 he was foreman in the shipping department He married Lillian Casino Mr Pacello was a parishioner of Our Lady of Mercy Church in Port Chester and a member of the Port Chester Old Timers Association He moved to Norwalk 18 years ago Mr Pacello is survived by a son Mark of Norwalk and four grandchildren Another son- Daniel died in March 1995 His wife died in 1984 Two brothers Vincent and Nicholas - and - a sister Mamie Masi also died earlier Craft' Memorial Home Ini in Port Chester is handling the arrangements BARNES Rory Of NYC Formerly of Ml VOmon NY Memorial Sorvtco Sat July IS IMS 10 AM at CAMELOT FU- NERAL HOME 174 Stovani Aw Ml VamonNY P on July f IMS of Rya NY Davotod Huoband of Rita Bo- bvod Fatoor of Gary Kathryn Margo Dorothy Laurn and Chartoi D Loving BroSior of Travis Marlon Cant Vbv- of lawn GrandcMdQsn Also turtiuod by several Ntocss and Naplwws Family wM receivo Friends on Tues hum 1-4 A 7-fPJW gt WILLIAM H GRAHAM FUNERAL HOME 1014 Boston Post Rd Rya NY Mass of Christian Burial Tha Church of Tha Resurrection on Wed at ISAM Mermen! Greenwood Union Cemetery in leu of flowers Family requests contrt-buHon he made to the St Jude’s Children's Cancer Research - Cantor SOI SlJudr's Place Memphis Tn 8101 BROWN Nsrmm A on July f IMS In - Marietta GA Formerly of Yonkora Beloved husband - of Adalokto (VUIanl) Brawn Davotod tolhar of Norman A Brawn Jr Andraw Brawn Barbara A ' Lundgran A Mary Aim Cotanare Fond bralhor of Audrey KriMoff A Richard M Brawn Alio surWwd by 4 orondehP-dran Friandi may cal of THE SINATRA MEMORIAL HOME INC Ml Yonkart Ave Tim bom 1-4 A 7-fPM Funeral Mete af ST- ANN CHURCH on Wadnaadav at - 10AM Marmara Fair Uw famiu tri-i-u-t u a Wot LMimotYi MBBMnotIi lwJe (aao KaBv) of Greenwich CT on July A im VWtaftan a CRAFT MEMORIAL HOME INC Wed 7- PM and Thun 1-4 A 7-f PM Funeral Maw Fri M AM Sacred Heart of Jmuo Church Marmara FomcM Oa- CUTRONE Baaidkt on July f mi Family to racrivlne fetomk Tumtov 7-PM and Wadrwidav M A 74 PM d toe ' COXE A GRAZIANO FUNERAL HOME 747 fc Boston MR4 Mamk Funaral Man Thai 10 AM at SI Graa-- ory’i R£ Church - toltomd by Intor-nwnl af St Raymond's A of Momora-nock on July Ml im Mom of Chrto-tton Burtol 10am Wad July 11 af Holy Trinity Church Momaranock Hv-ment Graanwood UMon Comotoiy Rva RopoAw O'NEILL FUNERAL HOME OF MAMARONECK INC 48 E Bolton nm Kwfe MnmwRR WW MiMy wM racitoa frtonto Tundoy inly I-tom in Mu of ftowara cinlribuftoni to braofc Rd Etowtord NY 1081 would bo orootty oapractatod A an July A mi of Quean NY WHO of the toll Dwight H- mottwr of John H and Mary F Larv- OTg PWotiWot OT JKRf MotWvbo umpr n vmOT pvii BrnnwiH qpg finB OTr R MHnfinfil Sorylco wN ba hold Thunday 11 AM al tw Urttod Mofhodlof Church Pioki-kiL CoMribuNene may ba made to Bie v4o op Id Hid Gorilmdl Convnunlly 1 Vokjntoar ’ Ambutonca Carpi Arranga-nwnto by ttw EA CURRY FUNERAL HOME INC PoakakJl OTlba Rabarf A of Ryo NY on July f im Batovad towband of Fredarica (ns ' Dowk davotod tottwr of Oafre Aaa foa tom Mm lOTOTfilillfi IfiROT VI IOTI fil neri AOTWOTIfl k NMMutaft: dM r 1 bralhor of Dwolhv rwmwgMuvqa gpma mmvw qg amaaniy toiMMi Lujaa awwawilnMra eO fiQMtt DVRO pfiftfillnOT fir WOraOnOo Vktorto 1 and Hobart nmaral tarvlca Wtodnaaday 11 AAL 8 Thomaa copal Church 140 WM RdL Mamaronack Inf-town Cwntory Bronx NY Eileen KeDv Cassones Eileen Kelly Cassone a registered nurse and former Port Chester resident died Saturday of heart failure following compli- cations from surgery at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington DC She was 69 Mrs Cassone was a registered nurse who worked alongside her husband Dr Peter Cassone in his Pori Chester medical practice for many years She -also had worked at Misericordia Hospital -Medical Center in the Bronx now Our Lady of Mercy Hospital and at Union Hospital and Doctors Hospital in New York She was a member of the Westchester Country Club and of the Twigs a volunteer group at United Hospital Medical Center in Port Chester Mrs Cassone lived in Greenwich Conn for the past 26 years Prior to that she lived in Port Chester for 20 years Besides spending time with her children and grandchildren her interests included bowling and playing bridge and “Jeopardy” said her son Christopher P Cassone of Carmel Mrs Cassone was born Sept Gibson Milton Allen: Gibson Milton Allen a former Scarsdale resident who served on the village Board of Trustees died Sunday at his home in Williamsburg Va He was 88 Mr Allen lived in Scarsdale from 1949 to 1972 He moved to Williamsburg after retiring as vice president of Turner Construction Co He lived in Williamsburg for the last 23 years He worked for the company for 44 years Among the major projects he was responsible for were the construction of a new Madison Square Garden and moving New York City’s Penn Station underground He was born June 11 1967 in Seneca Falls NY to Rush Savory Allen and Nellie Wood Allen 1 He attended Mynderse Academy and then Cornell University' ‘civil engineering program He played lacrosse and was captain of the soccer team at Cornell He was a first-team All-American in soccer in 1927 and was invited to try out for the US Olympic soccer team in 1928 While at Cornell he was elected to several dubs and fraternities and was president of the honor fraternity Theta Chi Mr Allen married Dorothy Littlepage in 1938 in Norfolk Vai During World War II he was a lieutenant commander with the US Navy Seabees He spent two years In the South Pacific and his construction battalion sup On July f tormsrty of Whlto Plain NY wlto of tha tato WySy 1 Nowoob and Iho lato Mar-cm Harris Dear mother of Chariot F jMah T- Wrttoo L and Iho Rev Tho-- mason L Nowoomb fond ilstor of Rus- of 4 Gfivnkto Sorvtot Friday 11am af Pw Kamico Cimatorv Vadwlla NY Rapoalno af Iho BALLARO-OURAND FUNERAL HOME 1 Mania Avo Whlto Plalni NY Thun ova 7-fpm HATZMANN Inao B On July 0 1W1 Formerly of N Tarrytowit Bo loved mottwr of Barbara Grioraon Etoonor Honott Coral Cmomlo A Virginia Yohto Loving grandmolfwr of 11 A graol grondmottwr of 7 Ropoiing of COFFEY FUNERAL HOME INC fl N Broactowy Tarrytown ' Funeral Meu Wed 10S0 AM al 8 Taraoa of Avila Church N Tarrytown Marmara Skew wfiniMry PiOTiOi iniy chi Tun 1-4 A 7-f PM LA PUMA ' VtoCMwa on Juty f im - 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American Revolution and ' member emeritus of the Middle Plantation Club He attended Williamsburg Presbyterian Church In addition to his wife Mr Allen is survived by a daughter Eleanor Allen Knowles of Warren NJ and two granddaughters Bucktrout of Williamsburg Fu neral Service s handling the arrangements Memorial contributions may be made to either the Janies City County Rescue Squad 5077 John Tyler Highway Station 3 Williamsburg Va 23185 or the Williamsburg Community Hospital 301 Monticello Ave Williamsburg Va 23185 Dylan Vhlttna houre Tuntky and Wodnoaitoy 1-4 A 7-f pm al ttw HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME Morriaaoy Drive Puhiom Vdtoy A Mom of Chrta-lian Burtol wM bo oftorad on Thunday July 11 ra ttw Northern Amaricon Mor-lyra Church toMwad by Intormara al Aaaumpflon Camatory 1 Formally of PI gwator NY on July A im Vlaltotlan CRAFT MEMORIAL HOME INC WML 4-f PM Funaral Maas Thun 10 AM Ou Lodyol Marcv Churdv iWarmart Nr MaryfcnoH Mbatonor on July A lWi Botovad bralhor of Jooaph and Charm Qufrm WBko Sorvtco MarykiwO Owpti Wodnoadav 730PM Mm d Christian burial Thunday 1130AM SCANLAN hgaa C on Sun July f im Widow of WIHtom A Scanton Batovod Mottwr of WlWam M and John X Scan- -Ian Joan A Omndric Anna C Lynch Stotor Pafrida a Scanton CSA Garaldbw L O'Connor Abo survived by nkwtoon Grandchildren and thirty Graal GrandchDcfron Roooafrw al FLYNN MEMORIAL HQMeTuji Can-W Av?tlu' X"1 Mba - 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