The Daily Times from Mamaroneck, New York on April 2, 1996 · 6
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The Daily Times from Mamaroneck, New York · 6

Mamaroneck, New York
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Tuesday, April 2, 1996
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v r . '4 - n . C HA Tuesday, April 2, 199Q Gannett Suburban Newspapers MK ,i' .1-: j i" p , ' .N . - :h ' i V , V I 6 li I ! Cresson Pugh: violinist, ,1 former advertising executive t .. Cresson Pugh, - a . violinist, World War n Navy officer, com-i inunity activist and former ad-j - vertising executive,, died Friday at United Hospital Medical Cen-i ter in Port Chester. Me was 80 and had lived ift.Mamaro-neck for 49 years. Mr. Pugh was born Aug. 15,' 1915,. to the Rev, Dr. Walter Crea-son and Evali-na Day Heritage Pugh in Sudbury, , Pan . . where Ids fa-Episcopal parish He was raised in Upper Darby, : -.Po, and graduated from The Episcopal Academy in Philadel- . ! phia in 1934. At the time, he was an accomplisbed violinist per-formingwith the Young Peoples Saturday Afternoon Concert of the Philadelphia Orchestra. ' He earned a bachelors degree in economics from Trinity Col-- lege in Hartford, Conn., in 1938. -. On Sept 21, 1940, he married Grace La. Vallee Lake Huntleyat the Church of the Ascension in Rockville Center, N.Y. - Mr. Pugh was a Navy officer ' during World War II and served in submarine intelligence. At-the mid of the war, he was part of the Summary Court . Martial in Japan, . ' . . "At the time of his marriage, Mr; Pugh was territorial manag-w fbr . the Wesson . Oil Co. in western Pennsylvania. After the war, he worked as an advertising executive at Batton, Barton, Durstine and Osborn Advertising Joseph Leonard Pouillawl: carpenter-lather . Joseph Leonard ' Douillard, a carpenter-lather - and. longtime West Harrison, resident died Sunday at St Agnes Hospital in White Plains. He was 85. .. -He was born Sept 21, 1930, to Joseph and Antoinette Douillwd -in Stamford, Conn. Asa child, he moved , with his family to West Harrison, where he attended v Harrison schools. Mr. Douillard served in the . UJ5, AriQy hi 1948 and 49. . On April 13, 1952, he married Gloria Verano at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in White Plains. ' Mr. Douillard was a parishio-. ner at St Anthonys Church at Silver Lake in West Harrison, -. He was a member of the Dis Elizabeth A. Terziam special-education teacher Elizabeth A Tertian, a special-education teacher, died Sun-. -. day at her Croton-on-Hudson . home. She was 30. She was born Aug. 18, 1965, in New York City to Beij and Anto-. nia Bayer Tertian. Her family . moved to BriarcifT Manor when she was a child, and she lived in the Ossining, Briardiff and Croton area all herfife. She was a 1983 graduate of Briardiff High School and a 1987 graduate of Providence College . in Rhode Island. She held a masters degree in education from Ford ham University in Tarry-, town. Miss Tertian taught at South-era Westchester Board of Coop-, erative Educational Services in' Rye Brook for the past year. - Previously, she taught special ; education in the Croton-Harmon . school district, at Ossining High School and Pleasantville High School. She also taught Spanish at St Theresas School in Briar-cliff and at the Orchard School in Yonkers. Also, for several years. MUficent Espositos Rye Brook resident - Millicent Esposito, a longtime Bye Brook resident died yesterday at her home. She was 51 Mrs. Esposito had lived 25 years in Rye Brook and 28 years in Port Chester. She was vice president of West-, diester Auto Body in Port Chester.. , . Mrs, Esposito was bora July 21 1941 to James and Josephine Vac-caro Palmer in Port Chester. She graduated from Port Chester High School. . ; -On March 1 1961 she married Frances Bom: homemaker Frances Borrs, a homemaker and former Hastings-on-Hudson resident, died Sunday at Danbury (Conn.) Hospital. She was 61 Mrs. Borrs was bora June 11. 1931 in the Bronx to Abraham and Julia Levine Rubenstein. She was a resident of Wingdale, N.Y, for about a year, having previously lived in Hastings 13 years and Peekskill for 13 years before that She married John C. Born on Aug. 27, 1951 iJ Queens. . In addition to her husband of Agency in New York City. In 1955, he moved to the Compton Advertising Agency, where be worked until ms retirement and where he was involved with the. development of television advertising. ' ' : The Pughs moved to the Rye-Neck section of Mamaroneck on' Guibn Creek in 1948. He rebuilt a red carriage house in the back yard into a studio where his wife, an , artist, painted and . where sketching and painting classes were held. By 1953, the group had raised, enough money as the Mamaroneck Artists Guild to renovate an old barn on Prospect Avenue . into an art gallery and workshops. - Mr. Pugh directed! the negotiations and led the reconstruction of What became known as The Art Barn. During the 1950s and 1960s, he became involved with community development, founding the Stuart Avenue Association and the Coordinating Committee of Neighborhood Associations '.. of Mamaroneck. - Mr. Pjigh was on the vestry of St Thomas Church and was active in the. restoration of the cjuirehs edifice . . He collected old maps of Mamaroneck and Westchester County and antique prints, specializing in the 1Mb century works of Thomas Nasi. He caned chairs, restored antiques, gardened and loved to fish and saiL He had a boat in Mamaroneck Harbor until he could no longer manage it, according to his family. . .. Mr. Pugh is survived by his wife; and bis daughter, Gigi Pugh Sundstrom of Rye. . -Coxe . A Graziano . Funeral Home in Mamaroneck is handling the arrangements. abled American Veterans' Chap-, ter 137 in Peekskill and a member of the Rifle Range Club in ; Central Bridge, N.Y. In addition to his mother of New Rochelle and his wife of West Harrison, he is survived by a son, Michael of . Danbury, , Conn.; five daughters, Roxanne. Pagniello of Danbury, Kathy Sa-ftito of Fresh Meadows, 'Queens, Lorijean Douillard of West Harrison, Janet Giomo of East Fish-kill, N.Y,; and Doreen Macri of Harrison; a brother, Roger of North Carolina; a sister, Joanne Hall of Pelham; and eight grandchildren.. McMahon Lyon A Hartnett Funeral Home ui White Plains is handling the arrangements. she worked as a private tutor in a variety of subjects. : She was an accomplished musician, playing the piano, violin and guitar, her family kiid. Miss Terzian played in The Kings. College Orchestra in Briardiff; She was a member of the Friars Club of Providence College and a parishioner of St Theresas Church in Briarclilt In her younger years, she was . a Girl Scout She danced with the Westchester Ballet Company from the ages of 8 through 15. . Besides her parents, who live in Croton, Miss Terzian is survived by three brothers, Christo-. pher. of Stamford, Conn., and Lincoln and Michael, both of' White Plains. Family and friends are making donations to UNICEF, 3 United Nations Plaza, New York, N.Y. 10017, or other, childrens chair-ities. Waterbury A Kelly Fufieral Home in Briardiff is handling the arrangements. Robert Esposito at Holy Rosary Church in Port Chester. Mrs. Esposito was a parishioner at Corpus Christi Church in Port Chester. In addition to her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Mich-elle Doran oLQueens and Bobbi Ann Pace of Rye Brook; a sister, Dana Gioffre of Rye Brook; a brother, John Palmer of Delhi, N.Y and two grandchildren. ' James J. Gunipero ' Funeral Home in Port Chester, is handling the arrangements. Wingdale, Mrs. Borrs is suiYived by a son, Andrew of Wingdale; a daughter, Judith Borrs of Queens; and a sister, Marion Hartley of Queens. A sister, Bernice Hinkley, died earlier. Horn A Thornes Funeral Home Inc. in Pawling handled the arrangements. Donations in the memory of Mrs. Borrs may be made to the American Whippet Club, co American Whippet Rescue, Sally DeBuque Smith, 250 WCR No. 1 Erie, Cola 80511 Angelina Guido: secretary to four Yonkers police commissioners Angelina Guido, a lifelong Yonkers resident who worket) as a secretary for four Yonkers police commissioners, died Sunday at Westchester County Med-! leal Center in Valhalla She wu 61. During the past 10 years, Mrs. . uldo worked for . Joseph ! Guido worked for Joseph Fernandes, Robert Olson, Albert McEvoy and most recently Donald Christopher. Besides being a good worker. Angie was. a real nice person, Christopher said yesterday.'. She took ill about two years ago, and she-has really-struggled. But as sick as she was and how troublesome her illness was to her, she continued to come to work and worked until the last week.- - ' She was dedicated,, and; were really going to miss her, he sail Not Just for her dedication. She was a genuinely nice person. l - Mrs. Guido was bora Feb. 27, 1935, in Yonkers to Vitantonio and Raffaela Sdangelepore Lo-guidice. She . attended city schools and graduated from the former High School of Commerce,' . She was a . member of the citys Service Employees International Union. She also was a parishioner of St Paul, the Apostle Church in Yonkers. ';. Mrs. Guido enjoyed traveling and playing golf, her family said. In October 1955, she married Harry Nasce, at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Yon-ken. He died in 1984.. - On Nov, 18, 1989, she married Michael Guido at St Marks Church in Yonkers, Mrs. Guido is survived by her husband; two daughters, Jeanne Rapa of North White Plains and Nancy ' Medina .. of. Hopewell Junction, N.Y.; two - brothers, Kenneth Fa Kedney: retired police officer Kenneth F. Kedney, a retired Rye police officer, died yesterday st his home in Rye. He wss 89. . Mr. Kedney wss bora Aug: 17, 1926, in Port Chester to John T. and Eleanor Brennan Kedney. He wss raised and educated in Rye and graduated from Rye High School. . .. Mr. Kedney served in the U.S. Army as a master sergeant in the Military Police during the Korean War. He was a personal body-' guard to Gen. Leslie Groves, who headed the' Manhattan Project that developed the atomic bomb. Mr. Kedney was a member of the Rye Police Department fbr 25 years. He was a member of the American Legion Post 93 in Port Chester and a volunteer with the Rye Fire Department He belonged to the ushers society at Resurrection Church in Rye. .' - Mr. Kedney is survived by a sister, Agnes Arndt of Rye. Four brothers, John, Charles, Ray and Donald Kedney, and a sister, Winifred Farrell, died earlier. William H. Graham Funeral Home in Rye is handling the arrangements. John A. Harmon: retired railroad worker John A. Harmon, a retired rail-road employee and Hfekxig White Plains resident, died Sunday at White Plain Hospital Center. He wae 74. Mr. Harmon worked as a freight-train farakeman for Oonrail for 42 yean, retiring in 1982. He was bora Nov. 23, 1921, in White Plain to John and Mary Farrell Harmon. He was educated in White Plain and . graduated . from White Plain High School in 19401 . Mr.-Hannon served in foe UK. Army during World War Hr On Nov. ft 1948; he married Marilyn Ballard in Armonk. In addition to his wife of White Plain; Mr, Hannon is survived fay a daughter, Ellen of White Plain; a son, John C of Wooddiff Lake;; N J; and one granddaughter. McMahon Lyon 4c Hartnett Funeral Home in White Plain is handling the arrangements. . . Obituary policy GannattSuburfaanNawapB- perspiAliBhaatfigobftuariaaaf peopla wtw hava Hvad or workad in WsaLhaalai or Putnam cour- 6da ObHuarias may ba submfflad through Amaral homaa or dlracdy of obitiiariaa, all information must ObKuariaaaubmiDadtoQannatt Suburban Nawapaparsby4pm. appear in foanastdaaadHiona Additional fnfonnitioncin ba ob-tainad from our newsroom. Fora IU of nawiroom numbara, piaese m tha CaSua"ltofon Page 4A. Thomas Loguidiee ' of Yonkers and Dominick Loguidiee of Harrison; a lister, Eugenia D'Eletto of Mount Vernon; and three grandchildren. Sinatra Funeral Home Inc; in Yonkers is handling - the arrangements. ' Family members are making contributions to the Leukemia . Society, 35 Orchard St, White Plains, N.Y.10601. DEATH NOTiaH To piMt a mM ' Death Notice, Card of Thanks, tn , Mameriam, It. Juda er Lads Notice, Siam cal prior to tha day cf PubScMsa Hours; Montov-RMay.S am to 45 am; Saluntov, S urn. to 45 am; Sunday, 1 pun. to 4$ pm. . News oimiARies - To i an ocBtor towut an oMusry nowt toory, ptoM as Leal Nawa adior Satod on lha Our Tmm papa Monday Ihrouoh Friday baton 4 pin. On Saturday and ' Sunday, ptosis ctoltN MMbstorad . . ' LIST OF DEATHS , WATEMUly S KSLLY FUNBUl. HOME unNaMfc ' Romano RjNEnALHOMa, prc. IWUn t rwaMSMu usssmss v . W ATEMURY SKBU.Y FUNERAL HOME Lwtckwj. - DOMEVFUNBIALNOMnPK FUASANTVOLB amSSSiALHOMa FORT CHESTER NNEPAL HOMS. INC WILLIAM H GMHNH PUNBUL HOME LmniAn. J mopmail imygmSfy? MCnWllfe LVRI NinMlt HHffil MMH ITJOHIiltolWMtii McMahan lyan S HatoahaadNaid ,aa.a.r PonBLBmai WHALEN! I A BALL RJNEEAL HOME INC. FMCHMML FUWBIFUNBIAL HOME ELEMLLMM MOOKS MEMORIAL HOME LOCATmJJLMfcaar ICBMCfcr) FyroMlMBIAL HOME mBomSoTiona arc. wamuLAm PUOiYFEIU . OTHES AREAS i Kumta I Ml PH, aMM ML OH HSHUIJtlOACAttMOHHIHEIIALHOMa rmminii.Tf J!ffY IBMSIIIRMAM BtoiCto AJ UAua Iia&ai , , Leonard On Mar 31. IFN Rapodna McMAHON, LYON A HARTNETT' FUNERAL HOME, 4F1 Mamaranoch Am. WNto Plains. VMf-kta Tim A Wad, 5-f pm. Sarrict Thur IQ am ai a. ANhony's Church. Intor-manTAAL Calvary Camatory. on Apr I, IfN VldMlon at tha JAMES X GUNIPERO FUNERAL HOME, INC Tins 44PM. Mm Corpus Chrirtl Church Wadnoa-day FOBAM. tototmort . Graanwood Union Cdiwtary; Rm NY a of Otilrtnn on April 1. IFN Surriwd by twrhusband a ASm; 1 dMishtor Dorma Rarnkwc A randchlkhM fiobart, - Chrtdlna A Susan Ramfevo. ' RMOdnq DORSEY FU-. NERAL HOME INC M EmwNtan PL Oaalnlna, Tuaaday 2-4 A 7-FPM. Funaral Mm Wadnasctoy ISAM ST Au-suottna Church. y Intormart Gala of HMMnCwnotory r X M March 31, IFN of Scarborough m A Stows VT. Surriwd by wtto MuriaL 3 sons Oman Jr. A Marie. 3 daughters Vbalrta Sirmbie-Iwm, Kdhtoon Found A Nancy Ubbey, It srandchlldran, 1 dip sons. I dsushtor A S iton srandchStosn. podns WATERBURY A KBXY FUNERAL HOME, 4S X Htohtond Aw, OMMna, M Tuaa 2-4 A 7-FPM Furwral Mm . ST. Thomas's Church Briardiff Manor m Wadnsaday rt ISAM Interment (Mo of Haawn Comotory. Cortri-brttona to a Charity of anas Chaleo wauUbai ' a (naa VHrihky) of Yonkara on Saluntoy, March 30, IfN Batowd wtto of Robort Ford. Lorina mottwr of Robort, DariX Data and Brian . For DMorah Graaory and Chrtattna OTML Daar tttor of Diana CapotSanca and ttia toto Anatoto W- ritoky. Atoe ourvlvad by 13 arandcM-draa Roportna rt THE WHALEN A; BALL FUNERAL HOME INC IIS Park Aw, (canwr af Gtonwoort. Mm of ChrMtan Burial In Sacrad Haart Church M Wo April 3 rt 1X3t am totormart Oakland Camatory. Vtoklna hours Mon and Tuaa 2-4 and 7-f am PRBCHMAN, RkSwrd Of Yonlwrs on 131 N Batowd ion of Anna, dm brottwr af - Patricia Mahoney, adored . uncto af Kattiy Fowai A Joaaph Mahoney, arart uncto of (town PowaS. ReportW FLOWER FUNERAL HOME, 714 Yonkara Aw. Furwral Mm Wad Ham 1C Barihotamaws Church. Intor-nwrt SI Mary's, VtattaSon Tuaa yt A 7-fpm f Of Yonkara on Sander, mm Mardi si, IFN Furwral Sarrioa Thun, April 4lh rt BROOKS MEMORIAL HOME, 275 warburton Aw Yon-hara, NY, bdormort Oakland Cama-tory. Yonkara. Ratwakia Wad April X 7 fpm arty. Al Brooks Manorial Ham - HAYBX Prtw K. , see 52. of SkTMbury, CT, tormoriy of Rye, NY. dtod Sunday, March 31, IFN Batowd hurtand of CWra Darts ttoyao. Davotod tdhar of F ator, TflStom and (tonrta . Haws. . Brettwr af Mary ttorrioan and Sharon . Kay, both of Rw, NY, JwvUtor Cartore of Maryland and Efaabath Murray of ttobradia. Catena hours are today bam 2-4 and 4-F PM at tha HAYES-HUUNG A CARMON FUNERAL HOME. 344 Salmon Break It. Grartoy, CT. Fxwrrt Mm Wortwoday, II noon, SL Caltwr-hw af'Siaiw Church, Shrabunr, CT. Mato Dr. Danrts tosav Hodttkkw and Non llodpkkw Lvm-cto Modkwl On-cotoy. Room fir WWW, SI Coda r SL, NwaHewaCTSfOX KEDNRY, KoonoBl F On AprS I, IfN af Rw. NY. Botowd brottwr of Agnoo Amdl of Rw -A ttw toto John, Owriot, Ray A Donald Kartwy A WMbad Far-ra Larina uncto cf many ntocn A nartwwi. Daar compHan of aw toto Mary Saymour. The torrtty wttl racatw btonda Two, 1-4 A 7-fpm at WILLIAM ti GRAHAM FUNERAL HOME, ISM Borton FnI R Rm. Maaa of Christian Burial rt The Churdt aft Tha RMunac-SL Mary's Frances Rubeo: lifelong Harrisdh resident Frances Rubeo, a lifelong Harrison resident died yesterday at White Plains.. Hospital Center. , She was 74. .. v - - . She was bora Aiijg. 19, 1921, in . Harrison to James and Mary. Briotte Spizzaro. She attended local schools and graduated from Harrison High ScbooL . . . , ; On July 1, 1939, she married ' Vincent Rubea He died Nov, 11, 1968. i . LANZANa. CM Sr. Bstovsd husband of fioaa (naa OtannlnD. Dauatod towr Ol Carl Jr Dotoraa Rpimo and Chrtrto-phar. LMns srandtottidr if Ml Ripod-. Inn ROMANO FUNERAL HOME, INC 1254 WNto Ptolna Rd, Tuas -S and 7-. MS-PA Mnas Wtoctiiaday, was-. mi . II. Banwbaa Church, UNEIIAN, Jahs Jaaaph on April 1, . IfPL StoBMd Mher of John J. Jr. A Marto F. Lonohon, Fond brolhor of J-. . aoph Lannana A Agnoo CoSSian. Atoo bAwto . RjfmN uf J ormoenmn. Hwin , may ca Iho -- BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, W Sanddi Am, Scondpto, . N.Y, an Tuodtoy 2-5 A 7-fPM. MPM of - ChriNton Burial Wadnowtov 1045AM al ST. Cahrtnl Nurrtnn - Home Chapal Dchba Fany, NY. Danaltona may ba ' mada to ST. Csbrinl Nuraton Hama Fatooral CaraDapt. LOCATBJJ, Anlhany .- "x (SuckvKX Yonhara, on 41 M, batoMd huNmnd of Arm M, dapr tolhar of Mrs WWtom (Linda) Pratt A Annato LocataHL Brattv-ot of .Jatnsa LocatoM, Jnry Sokaricn, Onto. Sally Catena and too toto Vator Zarsaralto. Grandtolhor of Konnolh and Marioa NNich, tapootoa FLOWER FUNERAL HOME, 714 Vankor AM. Fli-mral Mrvkaa priMto. VMtoWon Tun 7-f, A Wad 2-4 A 7-f, contribution pmTd to Rooary- HIS Home, 400 Undo Am, Hawthorne, NY 10512. LYNCH, JtoM Jl Of Onlnlna on. Apr 1, . IFN. Survhwd by hto wtto EOubottt, 1 ' tone .Mrk P. A Brian M. 4 grandchS-dran. . Rapodna DORSEY FUNERAL uAAje A j bs rwMc vfcf ' 94 cvTwmn h winni Tum 2-4 A 7-FPM. Fdnaral Mm Wodnndoy 1J0PM. ST Tharaaa'a - Church, kttermard Private On Mar SI, IfN .Daar husband of lha toto Tlwrara (naa TaMna). BatoMd tottiar of Edwant Al-phonoa, Lucy . Ann FWtan-OonnaHy, . and Taman Criacp-CraAlr. Atoe aur- , wlWWQ Dy W IffifinB BTWwIKVin WQ hk alitor, Vito MoStomoL FUnaml aar-rica Thun is am al SL FYancaa of Roma Church ' (Brom). Intotmonf af Gate of HoaMn Comotory. Tha . tomSy wM bo mam Tun WHA .74 pm al F. RUGGIERO A SONS, INC, 732 - Ydnkan Ay, Yonkara, NY. Conn, March 11, IFN Husband af Ctou-da M urn M cERtoo Now FakltokL FB-. Swr of DmSm A Janies New Rocholto, ion of John A Francos DDnobto McEn-toa, - Vonlcs' FN hrattwr of Jwdb Old Bridpo NJ. Dannis A Francnca McEn- Nw liau, B Am Mi IRw PffiOMr ' ft Btfuin LRiNr MarVton CT. Rasttna BEECHER FUNERAL HOME, - PtoatanrvSto, NY. hLb Sawalkj .4 L wnftvw WMw WM fVOMVV rWhI TUM S-FPAL Mm of . Chrkltan Burial Wad . TflcMAM Holy binocanto 1 Church. Hr NORMAN. Hanry (Waatov) Jr. on Mar - IF, IFN of Ropor, NC, tormoriy of TUdcahoe, NY: Rapodna af INtoh Bap-flat Church,' 15 Marble PL Tuckahoa, Wad, Apr X fOS-ll AM. Funaral sar-rica 11 AM. Under cSradlon of CAME-LOT FUNERAL HOME, ML Vbmon. . NORRS, Anna U. , on 'March 11, IFN BrtMd wfHi of Hobart Nortfia Dovulod mottiar af Robort and Lawranca Roo-qua. Grandmottwr of Jolhvy and Holly Rocqua and Robort LotohL Rapodna, Tuatdpy and Wadnaoitoy, 1-4 anc) 7-f PAL GEORGE. T. DAVIS, 14 La Court i XmosNu A toSl LXAi oMm AL, WVWBffiri 4 rttfo -rMV Mffil UWswia ft-avar Sarrioa, Thuractoy, . N AM. rt . lha hawral homo. SISTO A FAINO DIRECTORS . RAMNOWTR, Nanatta On Apr 1, IFN' Nhm art Lkgkakw tolW )P - irar rwciasrw or HVnflMft ht, dnt ; ty batotwd wtto of Monrh. Davotod mottiar af Judtth Swbnmar (Brad) and Joan Caiman (Karin). Loving arand-mottwr af 1 Burial Swvfcaa wars hatd In Ctowtond, Ohta. Contributions ara wooadid to .Hndmah. JudNh Swfm-mor, 2711 Shakarcntd Dr, Baachwood. OH 44122. - M April 1, IFN Ba-towd wtto of Sta toto Vlncaf, Davotod mottwr to Vbvart X RUbao JrM Rosam a Kina and Mary Braalto. Atoo surriwd by IX lorina arandchSdran and 1 arart arandttauahtar, Sarah Ann. - Ra- -aostna af llw HARRISON FUNERAL HOME, 32F Hrtdsad Av. Harriaon, NY, Tua and Wad bom 5-F pm. Funaral Thurortoy IS ara. al Funaral Homo, SL Graaory lha Grail Church 11 am b- Holy Sapukhra Camatory, Now , N.Y. OnariSo Of Mina HSL NX on lrt. Mar IX IFN Batowd hwhand af MHdrad Trtknon (two Hatt-man); dnrtad tothar of Robart A. Shar-wso of Mina HHL and lha toto Dorattiy Laarady, who pra-dacaasad him In Juna of IFN Grandtottwr of Atokanitor Lssrady A Mchotas Lsorady of Putnam VMtoy, NY, and Anthony A Sara Maa Slwrwoo af Mhw HSL Frthor-ln-taw ' of Jomsi Laarady, of Putnam Vaitoy, and Tony Sharwao of Mhw HSL Funeral nrvtcM wto bo hold Tua. Apr X IFN af 1 pm rt Saddte Rtwr Ratormad Church, 500 a Saddte Rlwr R Uppar 1 rt too churdt comotory. Arranaomorts by BERMINGHAM FUNERAL HOME, r 347 X Main If, Wharton, NX ST JOHN, Margaret N on March ft, IFN Surriwd by oowral ntorao and iwptwwo; Paul (YMatla, Bronx; Mark Nournam, Rockland Cw Adrtama It. .. John, N-YjC; and Randolph IL Johrw ,Jr- Camp HSL Fa Rwortw, rt Me Qta03LFune. Convenient Centrsl Location Spadoux Comfortable Facility New un-site Parking OffsAilditionalConveniencc :ap, Vincent Crsziano - 3rd Ceneratioii Funeral Director Handicap Accessible 698-5968 761 East Boston - Mrs. Rubeo was a homemaker. .. She is survived by a son, Yin-cent Jr. of Harrison; two daughters, Roseann R. King of Rye and Mary Breglia of Harrison; a sister,-. Eleanor Cappetta of Harrison; 10 grandchildren; and one . great-granddaughter. ; . ; -Another -'sister, Theresa Simons of Harrison, died earlier. . : The Harrison , Funeral Home In Harrison is handling arrangements. J MAHON, - LYON A , HARTNETT,. FU- -NERAL HOME, 4PI Msmamnacfc Am, White Ptolna. VhStaat Mon 2-4 A M PM A whom ooMooi wMI bo hold Tun 10 AM. Intotmonf toandott Cemetery. Somoni NY. STAMP, Anna on Mar 11. 1ML Lorina wtto of lha tola Gsoraa Andraw. BatoMd mottisr of Robort & Doar itator of Hit . toto Chortos Horton. Ropocing AAondPy 7-0 pun. and Tunitoy 2-5 and 7-f pm. -at RIVERUALE ON HUDSON FUNERAL HOME, SIM RlMntoto Am. Mm of ChrWtan Burial . wmmddv M am. at SL Mamraf of Cortona Church. Intorw mord St. Mary Camatory. TRZlAa ESahaSi a an Match . n, IFN Of Croton On Hutkon tormoriy of Manor. Survhwd by A Bart, 1 Lkicokv A Michaol A -1 Ina WATERBURY A KELLY FUNERAL HOME, 1300 PtooianMNa Rd, BriorcMl Manor on . Tuowtey -S-4 A 7-fPM. Fy. noral Mm . ST Thorata'i Churdt, Srtar-dttf Manor, an Wadnoadoy - at - l2noon. WWWTmnl ZNffir nBNw UITmiy UIV httuttona to UNICEF WEOSMA, Ardto an Sun Mar. It, IFN . Daar ton of tha toto John A Anna (Nm Part) Wtgora. Roaoilna at lha DU-CHYNSKI-CHERKO FUNERAL . NOME, INC, 111 Yonkors Am, on Tusa 2-4 A 7-FPM. Rraral Sorriest In ST MkhatTs Ukrainian Cathode Church . on Wad. Aar, A al fdOAM. Intonnanl Holy Spirit Camatory, . Hamptonburoh, NY. Eva-. nlna Sorricas Tua ol TMPtA. WIOONa, R poi' a 30, IFN Vtowtoa wM toko ptoce at Ml. OSMf Baptist Church, 11 Southard Ava, PotouldS. FLY. on Thun, April A. IFN bom 11 am M 4 pm Waka rik ba hold on Thun tottowtog lha vtewlna Sam 4-f pm Funoral Swvlon wW ba hold al Ml. OSmI Baptist Church on Fri, April A :1FN af 11 am Donations may ha mad to tha Rov. Or. GAarkNn Win- awfaam SSAMMutwl Kmu4 sl. on mmvanm aoninrap runs o mz Mf. OfMt Baptist Churth, 11 Southard Am, PtokakSI,. N.Y. 1054L Funaral ar-ranamanls ara bclna Itandtod by LEES FUNERAL HOME, .140. Ffehar Am. WNto Ptalno. Bdombmanl I Momortal Gantons In Ctayton, NC INA4EM0R1AM . ALBANESaAtoWtA Sacondanwhwnary Rwnamband In our pratwn . Your ntoce A nophew ' . ' Laurto A Stephan Vhcud ALBANiiaPc.Ato0rt.POS FamSy rimomborad. .. 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