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W? i I 6 A Sunday June 28 1996 Gannett Newspapers' RDMPCMK f V Carl Marchione 79: Carl Marchione a World War II veteran died Friday June 26 1998 at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx He was 79 He was born June 8 1919 in Harrison to Antonio and Angelina Renna Marchione Mr Marchione attended Harrison schools On June 10 1945 he married Rose Roberto at Holy Name Church in New Rochelle Mr Marchione owned Carl Marchione Landscaping in Harri Lewis M Lux 99s retired ladies clothing manufacturer Lewis M Lux a former Rye Brook resident died Thursday June 25 1998 at his home in Pompano Beach Fla He was 99 Mr Lux was born Feb 19 1899 in New York City to Abraham and Dora Lux He graduated from DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx and earned a business degree from New Angela Teresa Tino Angela Teresa Tino an Ardsley resident died Friday June 26 1998 at her home She was 82 Mrs Tino was born March 5 1916 in New York City to Luigi and Rosalia Borgognona Guari-no She attended Brooklyn schools Until 1941 Mrs Tino was a seamstress embroiderer and presser in the New York City garment district In 1941 she married Sam Tino at St John the Baptist Church in BrooklynThe couple lived in Lillian Marie Saffko 59: former Yonkers retail Lillian Marie Saiko a lifelong Yonkers resident died Friday June 26 1998 at St John's Riverside Hospital in Yonkers She was 59 She was born March 19 1939 to Arthur and Lenice Wright Robinson She attended Yonkers public schools On May 17 1958 she married Roger Saiko Sr at St John's Episcopal Church in Getty Square Yonkers where she was a parishioner Mrs Saiko was a retail clerk at 565 Retail in Yonkers for 24 Pina Nath Bedi 59: owner of Data Link Computer Products Inc Dina Nath Bedi a Chappaqua businessman and former presidential commission member died Tuesday June 23 1998 at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla He was 59 Mr Bedi was born Jan 29 1939 in Sahranpur India to Premnath and Kushali Soni Bedi Remember Bonds? 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and an usher at St Gregory the Great Church in Harrison He York University Mr Lux married Sylvia Haies in 1927 in New York City where they lived She died in 1986 He was a partner at the Rosell Manufacturing Co a ladies’ apparel manufacturer in Manhattan He retired in 1989 and in 1992 moved to Rye Brook In 1993 he moved to Pompano Beach 82: real estate investor Yonkers until 1952 then moved to Ardsley Mrs Tino was a parishioner of Our Lady of Perpetual Help church in Ardsley Her fomily said she was a sue- cess (til real estate investor In addition to her husband she is survived by four daughters Joan Galligan of New Milford Conn Joyce Covino of Kent Conn Alice Tino of Ardsley and Kathleen De Keersmaeker of Paris a brother Anthony Guarino of Marlboro NY two sisters Jean Keller of years Her fomily said she loved to travel In addition to her husband Mrs Saiko is survived by a son Roger Jr of Wappinger Falls NY four daughters Eleanor Shubert of Peekskill Linda Tar-cinale of Wappinger Falls Lisa Saiko of Yonkers and Donna Curtin of Goose Creek SC three brothers Robert Robinson of Homosassa Fla Lawrence Robinson of Highland NY and William Robinson of White Plains five sisters Clara O’Brien He attended high school in India In 1957 he came to the United States to study at the University of Wisconsin and in 1961 received a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Syracuse University After Syracuse Mr Bedi i A -i Lynch k was a volunteer firelighter in Harrison tor 50 years He was a member of the Westchester Landscaping Association Mr Marchione is survived by a brother Antonio of Boca Raton Fla His wito died in 1996 Visitation will be tomorrow and Tuesday at the Harrison Funeral Home The Amend Mass will be at 10 am Wednesday at St Gregory the Great Church Burial will follow in St Mary’s Cemetery in Rye Brook Mr Lux is survived by a son Arthur of Rye Brook three grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren Plaza Funeral Home in New York City is handling arrangements The Amend service will be 11 am today at the Mount Hebron Cemetery in Flushing Interment will follow at the cemetery Marlboro and Rosemary Boyden of Los Altos Calif 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren Four sisters Antoinette Guarino Mary Guarino Vera Guarino and Josephine Foley and a brother Frank Guarino died earlier Visitation is this afternoon and evening at Edwards-Dowdle Funeral Home in Dobbs Ferry The Aineral service will be at 10 am tomorrow at Our Lady of Perpetual Help followed by burial in Mount Hope Cemetery in Has-tings-on-Hudson clerk of Central Islip NY Ruth Higgins of Brewster Alice Jaworski of Nazareth Pa and Jane Esposito and Patricia Galik both of Yonkers and six grandchildren A son William two brothers Arthur and Herman and a sister Florence Beatty died earlier Visitation will be this evening and tomorrow afternoon and evening at Whalen & Ball Funeral Home Inc in Yonkers The Ai-neral will be at 10 am Tuesday at the Aineral home followed by burial in Oakland Cemetery in Yonkers moved to London and earned his master’s degree in 1966 from the London School of Economics He married Chhaya Hindi in London in 1966 While in London he managed the computer department of British Airways In 1967 Mr Bedi moved to Montreal where he was vice president of Blue Cross in Canada He moved to Missouri in 1969 and earned his doctorate in computer science from the University of Missouri Columbia He moved to Chappaqua in 1972 Mr Bedi was a professor of computer science at Baruch College of the City University bf New York and director of the university's computer department from 1977 to 1984 He began the world’s first training program for blind programmers at CUNY in 1980 From 1977 to 1980 he was a member of President Carter’s Commission for the Visually Im- paired He developed talking calculators and Braille signs for elevators and national parks In 1981 Mr Bedi started Data Link Computer Products Inc in Mount Kisco one of the first IBM ' dealerships Data Link also was one of the first Apple computer dealers in this area In addition to his wife Mr Bedi is survived by a son Vick-ram of Chappaqua two brothers Keshav and Moham both of Mount Kisco and two' sisters Vimla Sureen of Mount Kisco and Darshana Loomba of London Services were held Wednesday at Maher Funeral Home in Pleasantville Burial was at Ferndiff Cemetery in Hartsdale Obituary policy GannettSuburban Newspapers publishes tfie obituaries of people who have lived or worked In Westchester or Putnemoouf ties Obituaries may be submitted through fcmeral homes or dfrediy through thefamily of thode-:'u ceased Duetothelarge volume -of obituaries all information muet be Submitted for publication with--in fores days ofaporson'sdeatti' ' ObituariessubmitlsdtoGannett Suburban Newspapers by 4 pm appearinfoenextday'seditione ' Additional Information can be ob-tained from our newsroom For a list of newsroom numbers please aee the "Cali uen list on Paga4A V : Jerome D ‘Jerry Towe 94s longtime AT&T A memorial service will be scheduled later for Jerome D “Jerry” Towe a longtime AT&T employee and a former Scarsdale resident who died Sunday June 21 1998 at his home in South Orleans Mass after a brief ill- ness He was 94 He was born Feb 12 1904 in Passaic NJ to Walter and Isabel Baker Towe Mr Towe attended Rutgers University and graduated from the New Jersey School of Law in 1927 While still in school he started his career with New York Tele Rose DeNicola 84a longtime Yonkers Mount Rose DeNicola of Yonkers died Friday June 26 1998 at her home She was 84 She was born Feb 3 1914 in Mount Vernon to Nicholas and Philomena Petrone Violino On Oct 21 1944 she married Anthony DeNicola at Our Lady of Victory Church in Mount Vernon Mrs DeNicola lived in Yonkers Aw 36 years in Mount Ver- rs ii bR Salvatore It Garofano Salvatore R Garofano a World War II veteran and a longtime North White 1 Plains resident died Friday June 26 1998 at White Plains Hospital Center He was 83 He was born Jan 12 1915 in White Plains to Thomas and Maria Palladora Garofono Mr Gar-ofono was educated in local schools and graduated from Greenburgh High School On Oct 24 1937 he married Marion Barca at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in White Plains She died June 9 1990 Mr Garofono served in the Richard Andrew Pulley 47: clothing salesman Richard Andrew Pulley a New Rochelle native and a Yonkers resident died Thursday June 25 1998 at his home in Yonkers He was 47 He was born Jan 29 1951 in New Rochelle to William Andrew and Rosa L Boyd Pulley and was educated in city schools He lived in New Rochelle until moving to Yonkers 10 years ago l!Mtn DCATM Nonces — TO rim a paid DmNi NsHco Card of Thanks In Mwnoriem SL Judt or Lode toMcu plsoia con 44-5147 prior to aw (toy of pubScpdon Hauti: Mondpy-FrMtay S am to 400 pjtv Saturday S am to 430 pm Sunday 2 pm to 430 pm wws oanuanm — To i n cdBor toout w obituary hows story ptoaio caS (to Community Nows numtor totod on Our Town paoa Monday tvouah Friday baton 4 pm On 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Brooklyn Mrs Towe died in 1993 Mr Towe a 40-year resident of Scarsdale moved to South-bury Conn in 1971 and lived there for 22 years before moving to South Orleans He was a lifelong student of history and the US economy his family said non for 39 years and in Florida for nine She was a parishioner of St Bartholomew’s Church in Yonkers In addition to her husband she is survived by a son Henry DeNicola of Petaluma Calif two daughters Toni DeNicola of Yonkers and Phyllis of Bridgewater NJ three brothers Mario Violino of New Rochelle Sam Violino of West Palm Beach Fla 83: retired construction foreman Army from 1939 to 1943 He was a member of the American Legion in Valhalla He lived in North White Plains for more than 40 years spending much time with his grandchildren Carol Pedone and Robert Fetzko both of North White Plains Mr Garofono worked as a construction foreman for the Turner Construction Co for more than 30 years He worked at job sites throughout New York City and in White Plains before retiring 20 years ago Mr Garofono is 1 survived by Mr Pulley sold women’s and men’s clothing for many years His fomily said he enjoyed reading and listening to jazz In addition to his mother of New Rochelle Mr Pulley is survived by two brothers William C of Mount Vernon and Ronald T of New Rochelle four sisters Victoria Lunsford of New Rochelle Lola Ayers of Durham UlEHIiliT Dl Pasta Jr and Dobra Matte Ado lord (Saw MM ax 17) Dobbs Parry survtoad by Sua Orandddldron and too Grant Grandddklnan Raoaafeia FLYNN TOMPKINS Brio (ana Criwnl to of-MEMORIAL HOME lSBCartml Park grimy g-elL FL tormortyof WWto Ava (I Mock No of TUckahoo Rd) Yon- 55 NY AScoftiitata AZ Briowod kart on Tuos t-ICtSOAJM Only Raw- (rito ofMax (Mad O Tornpfctos tor Of1 at Mom SLEuaww's Church on Tun yrV Jl8ltr Judga Harold rtllMULM Tompkins Mottor-tn-law of Franca Ctortshad arandmoltor of Lauranc Alan Fish Tompkins An avid ootor k luijkM iJhn mkmm u4H onoBv (RByiif aw wm bo miBiwiiW vrth admiration k aftodton by 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