The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York on July 17, 1996 · 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York · 6

Publication:
Location:
Port Chester, New York
Issue Date:
Wednesday, July 17, 1996
Page:
6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

iy V :s? Laura R Cofone! homemaker former Port Chester resident y & i Laura R Cofone a former Port Chester resident died yesterday at Greenwich (Conn) Hospital She was 84 She was born May 10 1912 to 'Joseph and Mary Pia Buzzeo in New York City Mrs Cofone was a homemaker She lived in Greenwich for the past 61 years She had lived in Port Chester for 10 years Edna Chappells retired Edna Chappell of Port ' Chester a retired domestic worker and former Greenburgh resident died Friday at Port Chester Nursing Home She was 84 Mrs Chappell was born Sept 8 1911 in South Boston Va to John and Hattie McCraw She attended South Boston public schools She and Oscar Chappell were married in 1935 in South Boston POLICE WATCH Harrison Mischief charge Ilder Full 18 no known ad-: dress was charged at 2:37 am yesterday with third-degree criminal mischief a felony Full is accused of breaking a window at- rFood Emporium 355 Halstead V Ave police said An employee of the store called police after a 4-foot-long pipe was used to smash the window Full who was arraigned in Town Court yesterday was being held in the West- Chester County Jail in Valhalla without bail He is due back in Town Court on Friday License charge Roberto Parra 31 of 208 Rich-bell Road Mamaroneck was charged about 10:30 am yesterday with second-degree aggravat-ed unlicensed operation of a mo-- tor vehicle a misdemeanor The car Parra was driving ' was stopped on Calvert Street after being seen driving past a stop sign police said Parra's 1982 Datsun was impounded He was -charged with driving past a stop sign Parra was released on $75 bail He is due in Town Court on Friday Accident injury A 70-year-old Purchase man ' suffered cuts to his head in a two-car collision about 4 pm Monday on Webb Avenue police said Melvin J Nelson of 4 Westview Drive was treated at United Hospital Medical Center in Port Chester and released A 1991 Acura driven by 21- year-old Christopher LaRocco of Silver Spring Md exited Interstate 287 at Exit 10 and was traveling north on Webb Avenue police said Nelson was driving south on Webb Avenue and attempted to make a left to Bowman Avenue when his 1994 Acura collided with LaKncco's police-said Nelson's war was damaged on the ' front and right sides and LaRoc-- co's onthe front and left sides police si " ' laKomi'twas not injured Both cars were towed Worker bitten A 37-year-old town employee was listed in good condition yesterday aller being bitten by a dog police said The victim a sanitation worker was collecting garlxige about noon Monday on Sterling Road when he was bitten by a iMxidle police said The dog must tie confined to its home for It) days Mi1iee Said and ofH-ccrs will follow up on its condition The victim did not need medical treatment Accident injury A 27-year old South Salem woman was treated for neck pain at St Agncs Hospital in White Plains alter a Monday 1 evening accident on t'nderhill Avenue and Main Street police said Michele Fyke driving a 1994 I'ord1 was involved in an accident with 75 year old Allred Della Kocco of White Plains who was driving a 1997 Huirk police said There were no wilm-sses to the accident Both jars were damaged on Security tip Urge crime prevention 1 Senior citizens should persuade their seniors rlulistogel involved in crime prevention activities such as (Mil ice home security checks or neighliorhnod watches the CS Depart men I of Justice suggests i L In 1935 she and Frank S Cofone were married He died in Mrs Cofone is survived by four daughters Joan York of Port Chester and Carol Hardesty Sharon Curcuruto and Elaine Crawford all of Greenwich two brothers Joseph Buzzeo and Richard Busceo both of' Port Chester two sisters Catherine Johnson of Greenwich and An domestic worker hospital employee They moved to Greenburgh in the early 1950s Her husband' died ia 1985 Mrs Chappell was a domestic worker retiring in the 1970s Before that she was a laundry worker 'at White Plains Hospital Center She was a member of the ' Union Baptist Church in Greenburgh - She moved to Port Chester the left front side police said DellaRocco was not injured i Car recovered A West Harrison man told police that his 1988 Chrysler Le Baron was stolen about 2:15 pm Monday and was recovered yesterday morning in Hastings-on- Hudson The car was parked across from the Underhill Mini- Mart on Underhill Avenue with its engine running when it was stolen police were told Larchmont : License Charges Lionel Amaker Jr 36 of 266 S Fulton SL Mount Vernon was charged at 11:10 am Monday with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle a misdemeanor Amaker war arrested on Boston Post Road police said Amaker was released on $100 bail He is due in Village Court on July 25 George Ford 28 6f 593 Moonachie Road Woodridge NJ was charged at 8:58 pm Monday with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle a misdemeanor Ford was arrested on Boston Post Road police srfid He was released into the custody of New York City police who had an outstanding warrant for his ar-rest ' Rohan L Johnson 22 of 191 Park Aye West Hantaan was charged at 4:56 pm Monday with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle a misdemeanor Johnson was arrested on Boston Post Road police said He also was charged with criminal impersonation a misdemeanor He was accused of initially falsely identifying himself as Oltis M Shannon police said Johnson was released on $50 bail He is due in Village Court on Tuesday David M Zuckcr 25 of Pelham was charged at -8:52 pm Monday with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle a misdemeanor and speeding a violation Zucker was arrested on Boston Post Road police said Zucker was released on $50 bail He is due in Village Court on Tuesday DWAi charge ' A 25-year-old New Rochelle ' man was charged at 2:05 am yesterday' with driving while ability impaired by alcohol and driving past a red light both violations at Chatsworth and Palmer avenues police said The man was released without bail He is due in Village Court on July 30 Mamaroneck town Bicycles stolen - 1 A Byron Lane homeowner told police at 3:04 am Monday that a 10-speed bicycle was sto- len out of her garage The woman told police that she had been awakened by the sound of her garage door being opened and saw -a gray or silver car pulling out of her driveway with its trunk open Her son’s bicycle appeared to be in the trunk she told police Washington Square man told police at 6:03 pm Sunday that a black mountain bicycle that had been left on the ground level patio of his apartment building had been stolen between 1 pm Sunday and the time of the report Mamaroneck village Care vandalized Three car parked in the virin-ity of Halstead and Wagner avenues were found defaced with red nail polish at 10:29 Am Monday police said The cars were a due 1988 Chevrolet Nova a blue 1993 Ford Escort and a gray ' 1988 Chevrolet Camaro ‘ nette Tudisco of Norwalk Conn nine grandchildren and thrfee great-grandchildren Three brothers Philip Buzzeo Gerry Bnaseo and Louis Buzzeo died earlier Castiglione Funeral Home in Greenwich is handling the arrangements ' ' Donations may be made to St Roch’s Church 10 SL Roch's Ave Greenwich Conn 06830 three years ago Mrs' Chappell is survived by two sons Mack Ritts Chappell and James Chappell both of Pleasantville N J a brother James McCraw of South Boston a sister Sarah Thompson of Bloomfield Conn eight grand- children and 10 great-grandchildren Andre F Baker Funeral Home in White Plains Is handling the arrangements ' Car equipment stolen A Harrison man told police at 3:29 pm Monday that his 1985 Chevrolet Cavalier was stolen from the parking lot of the CVS store at 1100 E Boston Post Road Also reported stolen were golf clubs worth $1600 two pairs of golf shoes worth $225 several golf bags a jacket umbrella golf balls a credit card and driver's license Bicycle stolen ’ A $500 mountain bicycle was reported stolen from outside a home on Orienta Avenue at 4:25 pm Monday Port Chester Burglary charge - Angel Montero 36 of 236 Battle Ave White Plains was charged about 4 pm Monday with second-degree burglary a felony Montero arrested on a warrant at his job in Mamaroneck was accused of breaking into the Midland Avenue home of his former wife through a bedroom window police said Montero was accused of attempting to hit her with two bottles before leaving the house police said Montero was arraigned in Village Court yesterday and was being held in the Westchester County Jail In Valhalla Bail and court information were unavailable Village man beaten A 36-year-old Village man told police he was beaten by three men about 1:40 am yesterday The victim who ’ lives at the YMCA on Grove Street told police one of the men punched him above his left eye When the victim fell to the ground and his glasses fell under a nearby car the two othqr men began punching and kicking him police were told The victim was treated for various injuries at United Hospital Medical Center in Port Chester and released The descrip- lions of the attackers were sketchy Anyone with information may call police at 939-2444 Conduct charges A 25-year-old Oak Street woman was charged about 11:20 pm Monday with disorderly conduct a violation She was arrested on Irving Avenue after officers carried out a warrant police said She was being held in the village lockup pending arraignment yesterday An 18-year-old Smith Street man was charged about 1:10 pm Monday with disorderly conduct a violation The man who was arrested on a warrant at police headquarters was being held in the village lockup pending arraignment yesterday Trespass charge A 62-year-oid woman of no known address - was charged about 12:50 pm yesterday with trespass a violation The woman was arrested on Poningo Street after officers carried out a warrant police said She was being held in the village lockup pending arraignment yesterday Rye Windows broken An employee at Rye Town Park told police that two windows in a park building were smashed about 8:50 am yesterday The second-floor windows were possibly broken with a pellet gun police said This is the third report of criminal mischief at the Forest Avenue park since Saturday On Sunday1 a lifeguard chair was reported removed from the lifeguard area and smashed The previous night several windows were reported broken Compiled from police reports by itaff writer tDermot Connolly and Lit Consavage Thomas M Healy: retired labor lawyer Thomas M Healy a longtime Rye and Rye Brook resident and retired labor lawyer for Western Union Corp died Monday at home in Rye Brook He was 74 He was bom June 14 1922 in Washington DC to Thomas P and Elizabeth Moore Healy Mr Healy was a graduate of Phillips Academy in Andover Mass Yale University in New Haven Conn and Georgetown University Law School in Wash- ington During World War II he was an infentry lieutenant in the 5th Division of Gen George Patton’s Third Army - Mr Healy saw - action in France and Luxembourg and was : wounded twice He was awarded the : Silver ' Star the Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster the Combat Infantry Badge and the European' Theater Ribbon with four battle stars' On SepL 15 1956 Mr Healy married Edith GPM Corten at the Church of the Resurrection iPBtfllh wittmaiRmii Qmcmi9 MATH NOTKH - To rtacaa paid Death Nolic Card of Thanks In Msmariam St Juda ar Lodaa NoHca ptoeie cal 44-1147 prior to Via day of PuMcanon Hours: Mcndav-f rtday I ajn to fcX pjtl Saturday I am to 4 pm Sunday I pun to 4 aim News oalfuAMn - To wak wsh a jmii i Hi mi uhirimiit nmi number Mad on tha Our Town i Handel a B B MBnmfnVWPi rfiBW DHora 9 pjvia On Saturday and Sunday maaia cad 44-1004 batons pm UST OF DEATHS KATONAH MCCurm — an pjiwig CUUbC ASSOCIATES ftMHUL HOMS nsAsunvui BEECHER FUNERAL HOMS FORT CHESTER iMbwIA THE JOSEPH TUTEdA FUNERAL HOME PC CRAFT MEMORIAL HOME INC HYt NULYTtoMH WILLIAM H GRAHAM FUNERAL HOMS BENNETT FUNERAL HOME WALTER Jams WHITE PLAINS ANDMEf! BAKER PH MC MAHON LYON A HARTNETT FX BOATSWARL I ALOERSON PALM COAST COMMUNITY FH ElANNICto nssasdl (MS OaRBl CUCOA MINERAL HOME ssassrt iwnmi pm iiswsaisri THE WHALEN A BALL FUNERAL HOME IC NOVAK SaB (as PraaBO DUCHVNMO-CHERKOFH OTHER ARBAS USSR COFONE Laws R THE CASTIGLIONE FUNERAL-HOME NBWJBBSBY FACTOR Hswy CUTTERMAN MUSICANTFH BOATSWAIN BuHta an July 14 IM Viewing Wed July 17 M ALOERSON PALM COAST COMMUNITY FUNERAL HOME no Palm Com! Parkway Palm Coast FL Funeral sarvtaai Thurs July II at Shephard of the Coast Lutheran Churdi PM Lake Parksmv west Palm Coast FL 11137 CHAPPELL Edna on Friday July 12 Iff Funeral aervtoe today 11 Noon Unton Baptist Church MtonhaHan Ava Graenburah Arrangement by Ih ANDRE F BAKER Fit COFONE Laura B On July 14 IfN Mate ol Christian Burial Thursday frJOAM St Rock Church Greenwich CT Entombment wW tadow In Putnam Camatory In Greenwich Friends may cad at THE CASTIGLIONE FUNERAL HOME IM Hamilton Ava Greenwich Cl Wednesday MPM COOPER Robert U an July 11 IfN at MWwood NY Husband of Jay R Cooper Father of Patricia J Rowan and Lawrancr M Cooper Grandtathar of 2 M mortal sarvlc Saturday July 27 IfN EM at arttrem anaraaaltonal Church DonaHona In hi memory to BriardM - Congregational ' Church Memorial Fund PO box 10 (Saudi Stole Rd) BriardM Manor NY 10S10 would PWMINOUEZ Mtoual A on July IS - IfN Funeral Mas Holy Rosary Church Thurs fdOam Interment Grmnwood Untan Omalary Rye NY VtoMng al THE JOSEPH TUTERA FUNERAL HOME INC Wad 7-fpm DEINRT Gerard H Formally at Scandals NY on July M Iff Husband of die tola Mari Aim Dakiet Father el Maryann Pope Thomas G and Gerard H Oabwt Jr Bradiar al CadMrin Poa-nak and Vara Stork Grandfather of Clayton A and Atoxto A Pop and Barbara Dakiet Also uncto el Susan Howard Friends may cad al dia BENNETT FUNERAL HOME Ui Scandal Ava Sc an data Thun 2-4 A 7-f pm Funeral Mass to be held al Our Lady of Fahma Church Scandal Friday 10 am FACTOR Henry al Sudani Beloved husband of tha tale Ruth Devoted to-dwr el Wdma and Tarry Sataky and Jeanne and Leonard Bordonara Laving grandtathar at 7 grandchddran and 12 real sramkMMran Services Thundev MO AM al GUTTER MAN-MUS1CANT 4U Park SI- Hackensack NJ GIANNICO EBabadl (na Gaa of Yonkars NY on Tubs July IS IfN Batevad writ of Ih tel Angstoi Laving of Antantef dears si molhar-ln-al Maryann (naa Fandnel Dear at Mary Comnena Am Random Madadna Markina Tharasa La- Obituary policy Gannett Newspo- ' perpuWjdhn§lhdqbltuariddo( peopld fmo have kvd or wortiad in Westchester or Putnam counties Obituaridd may b submitted through hmersl homes or directly through the family onhdfto—— ceased Dus to the largovoluma of obKuartes siUnjpmistionmut bs submitted tor publication wtth-in ttirse days ol a poison's death Obituaries submitted to Gannett Suburban Newspapers by 4 pm appear in the next day's editions Additional information can bo obtained from our newsroom For list of newsroom numbers plsasa sss tie “Call us" list on Page 4A in Rye The couple lived in Rye and moved to Rye Brook in 1988 A member of the New York Bar Mr Healy specialised in labor law and was labor counsel for Western Union in New York City for more than 25 years He retired in the early 1990s 1 ' In addition to bis wife ! Mr Healy is survived by two daughters' Suzanne Healy of Soquel Calif and Renee Healy of New York City a son David of Burlington Vt and a sister Elizabeth Healy of Rye A son Thomas P 19 died in a automobile accident in December 1979 William H Graham Funeral Home in Rye is handling the arrangements Friends and family are making memorial contributions to Mothers Against Drunk Driving 125 E Prospect Ave Mamaroneck NY 10543 or the Arthritis Foundation ' 67 Irving Place New York NY 10003 Barbari A' tha toto Satvatora GrRo Chtritfed trendmolhsr of 1 randcNI- Amb to r - - — — m orw m pNpgviBCMovn punra from CUCOA FUNERAL HOME 1 1 Lockwood Av Yonkars Mai el Christian Burial In St Barthetemaw't Church on Thurs at - IS am tntormant SI Joseph's amatory VMSna hr Wad 1-4 E 7-t pm In Sou of Sowars conlribu- Sana may be mad In har memory to Cabrinl Nursfeia Home Dobba Fry NY MALY Thame ML On July IA lfM at Ry NY Botovod wilt of EdSh (No Carton) Adored toHiar at Swann Oa-vld and Renee and Ida tola son Tommy PQnD DfnOT w rsNnf Friends may caS Wednesday 1-4 A 7-fpm at WILLIAM H GRAHAM FUNERAL HOME 10J4 Boston Foal Rd Rv Mas of Christian Burial Thursday 11AM at the Church Of ReeumocHon hdarmanl private In-dau a I nowars donations to The jNaw York Chaptor Of Arihrilli FqundHkxv 47 kvtoa Place NY NY MOtor MASSCY HanrtaNa (aa Humphrey) Of Danbury CT tormartv at Yonkars an Mon July IS -1N Beloved wda af die Me Jama F- Massey Devoted mother ol RSa M Lana and Jaan A Jackson Sister at Edward J Humphrey Dorothy ' A Lorrabia Bardaa Chartahad arand-molhar of Zachary A Courtney Jackson Reposing al THE WHALEN A BALL FUNERAL HOME INC 14d Park Ava (corner of Gtenwood) Mas of Christian Burial In Sacrsd Heart Church on Frt July If at fM am Intermaid SI Joseph's CamaterY VtaMna hours Thurs 1-4 A 7-f pm Danadons to die Kina Sfraat Voluntoar Flra Dspt Enolna 14 Kina SI Danbury CT Mil -MC CAdTW Bamant PBmadan) of Somars NY Hudiand d Jaanalto Fa-diar al Claire Duridn Shade Andrasvs Edan Poppa Joanna Richard and Bri- an Me Carlin Brother of Bamaitoito O'Brtsn Son at Asnes and die lal Patrick Me Cartel Atoe survtvid by three Grandchddran Rapodna al CLARK ASSOCIATES FUNERAL HOME Ka-tanatULY WadL 1-4 A 7-fPJW The Funeral LJfurgy wM ba at SMMary RCChurch Katonah on Thuri al IldOAM hdarmanl Gal of Heaven Camatory In lau at flowers contributions may be made to Tha Hospice of Northern Wadchaster and Fhjtnam 4J Kanrice Drive MMUacoJLY I0SM -MULLIN Eleanor (na Thomas) 'on' ’ Tuesday July 14 IfN Beloved wtto ol dw lal WHdam Mudln and batovsd mother of Joan Cwmama Arlan dp- pola Elaanar Cox WUIlam Chari Mudbv Jr- Richard and Thomas Mul-' dn Also survlvad by IS grandddldraa Funeral Sarvtaai al OUCHYNSKI-CHERKO FUNERAL HOME INC 111 Yonkars Ava on Thurs July 1A at 11JI AM Internment Oakland Omalary VtolHno hri Wednesday 2-4 A 7-f PJIA NOVAK lady (naa FraadhQ ' an Monday July IS IfN Beloved wtte at AJgbd Novak and devoted mdhar of Richard and Raymond Novak Bavarty Llbara- tart and Bamaddla Ratoia Dear stater at Stanley Prandd ' Frances - Mtoiura and Evelyn Pudk Also survlvad by Id grandchildren Reposing at DU-CHYNSKI-CHERKO FUNERAL HOME INC HI Yonkars Ava Mass of Christian Burial In St Caskidra Church an Thurs July 1A MO AM Intermanf SL Joseph's Camtorv VtoMng hours Wsd - 1-4 and 7-f PM QUtNE Jaaapb F (Jady) on July ia IfN of Somars NY Husband of Wan- ' dy Falhar at Adson' Bradiar at Sarah Quina Son at Mary and the lal Jaaaph P Qukw Raposkig at CLARK ASSOCIATES FUNERAL HOME Katonah NY on Thurs from 1-4 7-fPJM Services at Clark Assoc FJLFrt at fAJM The Funeral LHurav wM b at St Mary's RCChurch Katonah FrLItAM Inter- ababM ssijANa tesSMto nwiWi 8wm rmmw unnivy SOROL Nlcato Of Fart Chester NY On July IA IfN Visitation al CRAFT MEMORIAL-HOME INC Tue and Wad W PM Funeral Thursday 30 AM at Corpus Chrisd Church Entombmsnl St Mary's Camatery Rv Brook NY WALTER JdM R at Scarsdate NY on July IA IfN Husband ol Audrey Falhar el Jaan Mancusa Jean Young Jama and John Wader Jr Also survlvad by afght GranddiHdran Friends may cad al BENNETT FUNERAL HOME tM Scarsdate Ava Scarsdate NY an Thurs 1-4 A 7-fPJW Sarvtoas nival In dau al Itewars uadidiulluiia to SLRandt HeapdaL Rosahm NY IN MEMORIAM Convenient Central location SpaclouA Comfortable Facility New On-site Parking Offeis Additional Convenience Handicap Accessible Vincent Crazlano 3rd Generation Funeral Director 698-5968 767 East Boston Post Road 835-2727 Miguel A Dominguezs ex-maintenance worker Miguel A Dominguez of Port Chester a retired maintenance worker died Monday at United Hospital Medical Center In Port Chester He was 74 J Mr Dominguez was born May 31 1922 in Havana Cuba to Jose and Edelmira Armas Do-minguez He was raised and educated in Cuba He had lived in Port Chester since he came to the United States 24 years ago Mr Dominguez was a maintenance worker at the Rye Town Hilton in Rye Brook until he retired several years ago Survivors include seven brothers Armando Victorino Antolin JoseE Frank and Remberto all of Havana and Justo of Miami and two sisters Felicia Rodas of Miami and Mercedes D’Avanzo of Port Chester - The Joseph : Tutera Funeral Home Inc in Port Chester is handling the arrangements BOATSWAIN Lot- Har Hm an Earth sms cut mart But har bvlna memories add M toravar In our haarta ' -' From hr extended lamdv A frtandb ‘ POTL Ocada 1ST ANNIVERSARY IN HEAVEN Whan evening diadas are toldng And wa sit In qutol atone Ta our hearts Piero comoi a tontine Is ah only could com homai Friends may ll wa have kraoHan to Mmu pm im paptow WTMfl V nmM mSy NV w Bui lhay BHo know too heartache - OunmdtshktaaddwwNle Leva Hwband Daughters Sen laws and GramfcMIdren 1STH ANNIVERSARY m HEAVEN You art not toraodan medlar nor aver add you ba at tong at dto and memory last I wdl ramambar dia -Your Daughter Mauraan LacryTara GBtTILE Skairi 1 ' Wi Armlvinary 1 I mha you more dwn words can say You are always In my thoughts My prayers and wM always remain In my heart Your friend Anna GENTBE Shwrie 4lli Year In Heaven Mom Ihalr are so many things I want to tod you' Wa mta you and love you vary much Thtlr to not 1 day dial goes by diet we don't d at you You are always In our thoughts and prayers for always and toravar Wa love and miss you Chddrsn Michel ta Dana and Marc On Yaar hi Heaven mto you vary much I'd love you tor- NOFROOATl Vincent (Jkainyl Happy Sdi AiadvofHfY Wa cannol clasp your hand Grandpa Your taco we cannol sat Bui tot dito Mil token Tad dial am slid ramambar Ihao Lava your arandchddran ' NOFROGATB Vlacaid (Jbnmv) Happy Sdi Annlvarsarv Though your smite ha gong tarovar And your hand sva cannol touch We have so many memories Ol you Dad we laved so much Love Dtona A Joa POUDORDuka (INI - 1N7) W wasp tor you our beloved grandson Kldy and Herb poddor POUOOR Bake ' (INI - 1N7) I miss dioM pradous momanls aw-spgnl logglhir Tha ikaams we aharad dw ptans sw made Tha mombigs waking up basid you and dig comiort d knowing you wart Mart I mto your ganlte arms dial would-hold me aa vary “-1 pratocNng m tram harm and m warm d iKghl Jud a -Jo your eyes ad my worries would malt away Ldw a Winter snow dial covers tha ground on bright sunny dev I mis the Hodday teal wdh Joy and Peace never raadzlne God’s greatest wasn't mint to Imp I prttond al dmes dial everything is alright and Inskto I miss you every minute more than I can say and wdl always trsasure lha memories wg had of yesterday Lava always Madadna P0UDORDufca ONI - 1N7) Na Crowed words war spoken no lime to lay goodbye you war gone before wg knew tt wM always wondar why IT broke our hearts to las you although you did not go along lor part of us wart wdh you tha day that Gbd called you home Friends may -think we have tor- aoNan whan at times they see a smite but dlltodo they knew the tears and “T-acfw our smites hide ad die' whd Wt leva you Mother and Dad POUOOR Duka ' (1N1-1N7) You dkl make avaryonei dto Brighter and greener -Love David and Carolyn VtSCUSL Mddrad d ANNIVERSARY Its bean years and wt miss you mere than ever Love and Prayers ’ Fred Laurie A Stephen SPECIAL NOTICES BLESSED MOTHER Thank you tor dstenlno to my prayers

Clipped articles people have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 22,700+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Daily Item
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free