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The Daily Times from Mamaroneck, New York · 6

Mamaroneck, New York
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Saturday, August 10, 1996
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6 A Saturday, August 10, 1996 MVYKNRPCMK Gannett Suburban Newspapers v.. Robert H. Blattner: retired Readers Digest art director .'.Robert H. Blattner of .Rye Brook, an illustrator who spent ; 34 years as an art 'director at Readers Digest, died Wednesday at his home. He was 89. H e w a s born Dec. 8, 1906, in Lynn, Mass. He earned a bachelors degree in education (Tom the Massachusetts College of Art Mr. Blattn-er did free-. lance work as an illustrator ; . . and taught at Boston University and the College of New Rochelle. He was art director at an advertising agency before joining Readers Digest in 1945. During his 34 years at Readers Digest he painted 25 covers for the magazine. He received awards from the Society of Illustrators and the American . Watercolor Society. His work is represented in the Museum of American Illustra MarfeE. Colbert: insurance office supervisor " 1 1 1 Marie E. ' Colbert, a 40-year Mount Vernon resident who worked as an office supervisor in Tarrytown, died yesterday of cancer at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx. She was 63. Mrs. Colbert worked for 11 years at Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. in Tarrytown, rising from - service representative to senior, service representative, then last year to office manager. ' She was bora March 12, 1933, in Brooklyn to John and Virgili-na Ramsey Grimm. She grew up in the Bronx and graduated from Walton High School, where she was an. honor student and a judge in the student court. ; On Nov. 15, 1952, she married Carl Colbert at St. John's Roman Catholic Church in the Bronx. The couple lived in the Bronx before moving to Mount Vernon. Mary Terry Jones: retired IBM employee Mary Terry Jones of Suffem died Thursday at Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffem. She was 00. . She was born March 12, 1927, in Mount Vernon to Frank and Mary V. Licursi CapparelU. She had lived in Suffem fix- 27 years. Ste' was a telecommunications specialist with IBM in Franklin Lakes, NJ., for 15 years. She retired ' in 1988i She married Edward IL Jones on Oct 8, 1949 and was a member of the Sacred Heart Church choir. She is survived by her husband; five daughters, Deborah Grasso of Julius Zapotoczky: retired owner of construction company Julius Zapotoczky of Yonkers, retired owner of a construction company, died Thursday of cancer at New York University Medical Center in Manhattan. He was 76 He owned ZAP Brothers Construction from 1939 to 1982, when he retired. He was bom Nov. 29, 1919, in - New York City to Hugo and Helen Kitz Zapotoczky and educated there. During World War II, he was a staff sergeant in the U.S. Army and served in Normandy, Sicily, North Africa- and Belgium. He was awarded the Air Medal Four Oak Leaf Cluster, District Unit Rarig . European-African-Middle East Service Medal and Good Conduct Medal Timothy A. Sheehan Timothy A. Sheehan Sr. of Pelham, a retired bus driver, died of lymphoma yesterday at New Rochelle Hospital Medical Center. He was 72. Mr. Sheehan was born Sept. 12, 1923, in Boston to Timothy Andrew and Molly Fitzgerald Sheehan. He was raised in County Kerry, Ireland, and attended schools in Ireland. He returned to Boston in 1949 and moved to New York City in 1951. Mr. Sheehan married Sheila Quirk on Jan. 16. 1954, at Our Lady of the Scapular Church in Manhattan. They moved to New Rochelle in 1966. and to Pelham in 1976. Mr. Sheehan was a retired bus driver for Manhattan and Bronx Margaret S. Dietmein Margaret S. Dietmeir of Kossmoor, NJ a former Eastchester resident of 30 years, died Thursday at the Applegarth Care Center in Monroe Township, N J. She was 83. . . . She was born Dee. 12, 1912, In Hungary to Alexander and Julia Sqyky. . Her fomiy immigrated to Connecticut after passing through Ellis Island in 1921 She went to high school in Bridgeport, Conn. ' On Nov. 20, 1940, she married Otto E. Dietmeir in Richmond, Va. The couple moved to Eastchester in 1954 after living in Yonkers for four yean. Ify Dicttmeirs. husband owned Goldens Bridge Hardware tion. . y-. .' . . - On Juye 20, 1936, he and Gladys Ritchie were married in Massachusetts. The couple moved to Rye Brook,- then the unincorporated area of Rye town, in 1945. In New York, he was a past director of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, president of the. Art Directors Club, and a member of the Society, of Illustrators Club and the Dutch Treat Club. Mr. Blattner was . a former member of the school board in Rye town that was the precursor of the Blind Brook Board of Education and a former trustee of the Port Chester Library. . In addition to his wife, he is survived .by a son, Robert of Norwalk, Conn.; and a grandchild. Craft Memorial Home in Port Chester is handling the arrangements. Family and friends are making . memorial donations to United Hospital Medical Center Hospice Program, 406 Boston Post Road, Port Chester, N.Y. 10573. Mrs. Colbert was a parishioner of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Pelham. Manor. She also was a member of the American Legion Womens Auxiliary in Armonk. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Colbert is survived by three daughters, Karen Abowitz of Yonkers, Laura Carboiiaro of Putnam Valley and Lynn Colbert of Manhattan; a brother, John Grimm of St Peters, Mo.; two sisters, Linda Rodriquez of Humble, Texas, and Virgilena Lee Hamann of Rohnert Park, Calif.; and four grandchildren. Pelham Funeral Home is handling the arrangements. Memorial donations are being made to the Calvary Fund, Attention Ruth Marietta, Tree Of Life, 1740 Eastchester Road, Bronx, N.Y. 10461-9955. Sloatsbuig, N.Y, Judy Adamson of Monroe, N.Y, Dorothy Atkinson of Suffem, Ronnie Jones of Tuxedo, N.Y, and Jennifer Jones Mnenwwri of Suffem; a sot, Robert of Pomona, N.Y.; two sisters, Fran Goaseboom and Gloria Sansone, both of New City; a brother, James CappareOi of Lake Worth, Fla; and 11 grandchildren. Scarr Funeral Home in Suffem is handling the arrangements. Family and friends are making memorial to the Intensive Care Unit at Good Samaritan Hospital, Route SS, Suffem, N.Y. 10901. In November I960; he. married Marion Kelleher at St Bridget's Church in Arlington, Mml He always considered her his best friend, his family said. He moved to Yonkers in 1962 and was a parishioner of St Anns Church in Yonkers. He loved to garden and traveL His wife survives along with four nephews. " His brother, Edward, died in 1976 Flower Funeral Home in Yonkers is handling the arrangements. Family and friends are making memorial donations to NYU Medical Center, 560 First Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016 Sr j retired bus driver Surface Transit Operating Authority in the Bronx. He was a member of St. Catharine's Church in Pelham. He played Gaelic football for teams in Kerry and in New York City. In addition to his wife, Mr. Sheehan is survived by three daughters, Mary Ann Kuschman of Glastonbury, Conn., and Margaret Lee and Kathleen Ricciar-di, both of Yonkers; two sons, Timothy. A. Jr. of Yonkers and Dennis Patrick Sheehan of Pelham; three brothers, Andrew of Milton, Mass., and John and Richard, both of County Kerry; and seven grandchildren. Pelham Funeral Home is handling the arrangements. former county resident Store in Lewisboro. She was a member of Scarsdafe Baptist Church. In 1984, Mrs. Dietmeir moved to Dayton, NJ. Ten years later, she moved to a retirement community in Rossmoqr. In addition to her husband, Mrs Dietmeir is survived by two daughters, Sandra. Delio Russo of Cran-bury, NJ, and Julianne Faria of Gaithersburg, Md; a brother, Alexander Sayky. of Monroe Township; and seven grandchildren. A brother, Steven Sayky, died in 1966 A.S. Cole Son anrL Col of Cran-bury is handling the arrangements. I Robert O. Vlasaty Sr j beer distributor owner - Robert O. Vlasaty Sr., the owner and operator of 4 Star Beer Distributors, of Yonkers for more than 30 years, died Thursday at his home in the city. He was 72. 1 ' Mr. Vlasaty ran his beer distribution company on Main Street from 1955 Until his retirement in 1987. Earlier, he worked as a dispatch manager for L- Fatato Inc. in Brooklyn, a beer distribution company. Mr. Vlasaty was born OcL 30, 1923, to Otto and Anna Palinscar Vlasaty in Cleveland, where he attended schools. Arnold Manning: retired A & P manager Arnold Manning, a Harrison -resident and retired supermarket manager, died Thursday at Yale-New Haven (Conn.) Hospital. He was 76. He was born March 12, 1920, in Port Chester to Raymond and Edna Park Manning. When . he was a child, his family moved to Rye, where . he attended school. He had lived in Harrison for the past 43 years. the past 43 years. He married Mary G. Travers on Aug.. 10, 1940, in Haines Falls, N.Y. Mr. Manning worked as a manager for the A&P supermarkets around the Fairiield-Westchester area, retiring from the store in Greenwich, Conn., 20 years ago. More recently, he worked part time for Kennedy Security, also in Greenwich. Besides his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Priscilla Weber of Milford, Conn., and Lynda Langsam of Greenwich; a son, Edward Manning of Stamford, Conn.; three sisters, Arlene Reilly of Rye, Julie Henne of Daytona Beach Shores, Fla., and Evelyn O'Brien of Spring Hill, Fla.; a brother, Raymond Manning of Palm City, Fla..; eight grandchildren; and Qve great-grandchildren. Family and friends are making contributions to Mount Sinai Genetic Disease Alliance, Department of Human Genetics, Box 1498, Fifth Avenue at 100th Street, New York, N.Y. 10029. William H. Graham Funeral Home in Rye is handling the arrangements. Evelyn M. Raftery: Greenwich resident Evelyn M. Raftery of Greenwich, Conn., formerly of Elms-ford, died Thursday at Greenwich Woods Nursing Home in Greenwich. She was 95. Mrs. Raftery lived in Elmsford from 1922 until 1975, when she moved to Greenburgh to live with her daughter. In 1991, she moved to Connecticut - Mrs. Raftery was born Sept 30, 1900, in Alfred, Maine, to John and Martha Carpenter. Her parents were formers in Sanford, Maine, where she was raised and educated. As. a teen-ager, Mrs. Raftery worked at a veterans hospital in Augusta, Maine, where she met her husband, William J. Raftery. He was a veteran of the Philippine insurrection that began in 1899, following the Spanish-American War. They were married Oct 5, 1920, in a civil court in Augusta. Later they had a religious Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Elmsford, where they were parishioners for many years. Her husband died in 1960. She is survived by a daughter, Eileen M. Imondo of Elmsford; six grandchildren; , and three great-grandchildren.' A brother, Ross Carpenter, died earlier. . McElroy-Flynn Funeral Home in Elmsford is handling the ar-' rangements. I BALLARD FUNERAL Ncwfy redecomed fic -' expanded facilities Two ipadousoff itrect parking Iocs accommodating over 100 cara with valet parking. . Robert G, Barber - Ernest J. Carpcnticri - Douglas A Daniels - j Licensed Diiectots 949-0566 During World War II, he ; served as a seaman in the U.S. Coast Guard at Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn. 1 . On Feb 17, 1946, he and Rita Fatato - were married . at ' Our Lady of Peace Church in Brooklyn. The couple moved to Yonkers in 1959. ' . Mr. Vlasaty was a parishioner of Annunciation Church in Yonkers.. He was an avid bowler and a fen of the Cleveland Browns. Mr. Vlasaty enjoyed spending time with hik family and friends. He is survived by four sons, Robert Jr. of Yonkers, Louis of St Louis, and Alan and Arthur of Leonia, N.J.; two daughters, Carol Vlasaty of Yonkers and Rita Vlasaty of West Hempstead, Long Island; 11 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. His wife died in 1993. Two sisters, Barbara Spisak and Rosemary Baius, and a brother, Richard, also died earlier. : The Flynn Memorial Home in Yonkers is handling the arrangements. (fulfill mmm a DEATH NOTICES To place I paid Omni NeHca, Card of Thanks, m AAamortem, SI. Jud or Lode Nolle. . rteasa ol AM-5147 prior to to (toy of PuMcallon. Hours: AAonday-Frfctay , I am to 430 pm; Saturday, I am to 430 pm; Sunday, 2 pun. to 430 pm MiWI OBITUARIES To (PMk wNh an pdnor about an obituary ntwi dory, ptoaia can too Community Now number Ibtod on Ita Our Town page ' Monday through Friday baton 4 pm On Safuntoy and Sunday, ptoaia caH 4M-S004 baton 4 pm LIST OF DEATHS EDWARDS-OOWDUE FUNERAL HOME LYONS, FraPartc EDWARDS-OOWDLE FUNERAL HOME RAFTERY, Ewtro Nk McELROY-FLYNN RMERAL HOME, INC HASTINGS MURRAY, NNm T HASTINGS FUNERAL NOME KAT0NAH CLARK ASSOCIATES FUNERAL HOME MT. VERNON RIVERSHE MEMORIAL CHAFEL WATERBURY A KELLY FUNERAL HOME - PELHAM COLBERT, Marti I. PELHAM FUNERAL HOME MIEEIuut TSmOij iiomr Sr. . PELHAM FUNERAL I CAMPBELL LaaMi EA CURRY FUNERAL HOME PLEASANTVRXE MUIMB,MaanUBN BEECHER FUNERAL HOME PORT CHESTER BLATTNER. RWartli CRAFT MEMORIAL HOME, BlC. WHITE PLAINS CATERSON. RaRl BL BALLAWVOURANO FUNERAL HOME "RIVERSK MEMORIAL CHAPEL" YTTfinitl naraara MC MAHON, LYON i HARTNETT FX YONKERS WHALBI BAU. FUNERAL HOME INC ZAPOTOCZKY. Msa FLOWER FUNERAL HOME Mb Botavod wlto at Nw tala Kalman. Devotod mother at Barbara Friedman A Jayne Sonshbw. Dear stator of Emanuel A. Nathan KalL Grandmother of precious 1A Adored ora to grandmother of 7. Sarvtcea "RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL" 21 West Broad St, AAount Vernon, NY an Sun, . Auo 11 at 1230pm totorment Cwtor Park Cometary, Paramus, NJ. BERNOOHN. Edward of Ardsety, NY. Beloved Hutfwnd of Peart Devoted to-thar of Arthur, Randall and Giant Adored Grandfather of AAatthaw, Katharine, Noah, Emma and Chariolto. Dear brother of Joseph. Funeral ISAM Sun-. day August 11, Iff EDWARDS-OOWDLE FUNERAL HOME, 44 Ashford Ave (Ex 17 Saw ANN parkway) Dobbs Ferry, NY. Memorial to UJJL onproctatad. BLATTNER, Rotalt H. . Of Rya Brook NY, Farmer Art Dtractor at Roodars 01-mt dtod August 7, Iff Hwband of Gtadys - Btoltnor, tothor of Robert. GrandtaNwr of Amanda. Momorial Sar-vlca Augurt 17, Iff at 2PM at Christ's Church, Ractory St, Rya, NY. Recaption to SoHaw at Church, Arrangamants CRAFT MEMORIAL HOME, Inc. Part ChaotorNY.. on Aug f, ITT at PMkskNL Husband ef WINe Loa. Father of Leodta CBmpbof Jr A Bessie John-aon. Also survived by 3 grandchOdran A 3 areal orandcMIdraa Funeral Saryice 1Z noon Tues at The Mount Lebanon BamM Church. Friends may cad at Nw EXX CURRY FUNERAL HOME, 313 North James St, FooiuklN on Sunctoy Nam 2-4 A 7-fptn and at Nw church Moretoy 3-4 A7-fpm CATERSON, Ruto NL , formerly of Valhalla, NY. WHe of Nw tato Edward Ca-torsan. Batovad mettwr of Marilyn Zkn-jnamwn and Bath Bum. Dear slstor ef Margaret Smith. GramtawNwr of six. - Great grandmother of aavan. Funeral sarvlca, Monday, 1030AM m Nw BAL-LARO-OURANO FUNERAL HOME, 2 Mart Ave, While Plains. Marmanl, . Kansico Cwnatary. Friando may cal at Nw hnaral home, Sunday eventaa, 7 unto f PM. OOLNRNT, SAari R. On August f, ION el Mt. VBmoa NY, Batovad wlto at Cart Cotoart, devotod mother of Karan hbowtiz, Laurg Carbotwra and Lvm Cotoart sistor at Vktftana (Lea) Ha-mam, John Grimm and Unto Rodrt- auex, grandmother of Stama and PhN- - DURAND HOME 2 Maple Ave. at S. Bdwy White Plains, NY Santa Fasone: retired Santa Fasone of Mount " Vernon, a retired seamstress, died yesterday at Mount Vernon Hos- ErftaL She was 90 and had lived n Mount Vernon for 13 years, ", Miss Fasone worked for many -years for various companies in New York City. She was bom Nov. 14, 1905, to Nicola , and Carmela Sorad Fasone in Reggio Calabria, Italy. She attended school in Italy. . Miss Fasone moved to the United States in 1927, - then moved back to Italy in 1932 to care for her mother. She moved to Astoria, Queens, in 1963 and lived there until moving to Mount Vernon in 1983. A devout Catholic, she was a parishioner of St. Ursulas Church In Mount Vernon. Miss Fasone loved crocheting blankets. She was a very loving aunt, said her niece Millie Viga-da of Mount Vernon. In addition to her niece, she is survived by a sister, Millie Cotroneo of Mount Vernon; and many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grand-nephews. limiting to AbowNi and Luka and Catbonam ntace of WNttom Ramsay. Reposine PELHAM FUNERAL HOME, M Lincoln Annua,' Pelham, N.Y. Mass Our Lady Of Perpetual ttoto Church Mham Manor, on Tuesday at 11 AJM. totorment WtSto Plains Rural Cama-tory. Visiting hours on Sunday 7-f PJM. Monday 2-4 and 7-f PAL In Sau of Nowon donaltons to . her momory to Calvary Fund, Attn Ruth. MartoNa T.Oi 1740 Eastchastor Road, Bronx, NY. 10441-tog opmetotod. DOSES, Mary v (nee WNto) SS yean of Hotmdri (tormorly of NYC) - on August V, Iff! Batovad wlto of the lata WHNam Devoted mortar - of David, Mauraan Bnhany I, the late WHNam Dear sbtar of DM an Matthews. GramfenoHiar of 4. Furaral JNuny Mond oy at 11AM to the Holy Spirit RC Church, FeakskM, NY. . VtsNtno Saturday 7-4PM In the JOHN F. PFLEGER FUNERAL HOME, TIE Tindall Rd, MkHbtown, NJ Sunctoy 7-fPM at NW CLINTON FUNERAL HOME, 721 N. OtvMJan St, PookMUN. NY. RSFERfltL Ortondo 1 On Aug L Itti at Tampa, Ft, formorty of Owtotoa, NY. Survfvod by two brothers, Victor A Anthony Espartos two sbtars,. Susan Tmftwn A May RudonsHna; A sovoral nlocts A nophows. Repostoo WATERBURY A KELLY FUNERAL HOME, 45 A Highland Ave, Osstatag, on Monday 2-4 A 7-f pm Funeral AAaso St. Ann's Church, Osstnbw, on Tuesday, 10 am totorment St. Augustine Csmatory. FUCHS, Inna , Beloved WHS of Joseph. toaaapSari AAjMup 4 I aaam mwvb movnw or Lym wmr era Anne Rjchs-Owmey. Dear Brother of Joel Wiener. Loving Grandmother of Maine. David and Jontana. Sarvfoas, on Sun. at 10MAM. at Tin Tampto h-raaf Cantor, 200 Old Manwmnack Rd, WhBa Ptotaa, N.Y. HABIN Marta August f. Iff or Salem NY. WHO of lha tot Hans, mother of RoowNta Anderson and Crtuiolo Gizzo. GrandmoNwr of A Gnat arand-mrttar of 1 Rapodng m CLARK ASSOCIATES FUNERAL HOME, Katarwh, NY. Sun 2-4 A 7-f. Maas ef ChrishMi - Burial Mon 10 AM St. Joseph's R.C Church, Croton FBHs. totorment Raymond HW Cwntoray, CamwL to leu of floavors, contributions may tn made to I W iVVIm m Nuralini WNKnHIVf 4 Kanaka Dr, Mount Kisco, NY. KEARNEY, Prtrick of Yonkars on Fri. Auo f lfM, Beloved Husband of Mary (no Tremor). Devotod Father of Bernard (Brian) Kearney, Thomas Kaw-nay, Margaret Catoralto, Patricia Just. Am Kaamay and Barbara Ataxandv. Also survtvad by Ms aight GrandchN-drm Rapostoa, THE WHALEN A BALL FUNERAL HOME INC 11 Park Ave, (comar of GWnwood). Mas, of Chris-tan Burial to Sacred Heart Church on Mon. Aug. 12 at 030AJM. totomwnt, Goto at Haavan Camsfary. visHtoa hrs. on Sun. Only from 3-4 A 7-fPJSL In leu of flowers donoNons may bo made to The Sacred Heart Church, 110 Shonwrd Place, Yonkars, NY. 10701 LYONS, Fndwlc of Dobbs . Firry, ' Formerly of Croton. Loving ' husband of Laurie (RacoOn). Davrtad toNwr at Hayden Malta, of Forts, Croiby Lyons of Sartlto, Wa. KlmbaN Gall, of Manhattan, Brandi Monianile of Puorto Rks, and David Lyons of Dobbs Forty. Beloved ton of EOzNwNi Hunt of Brookline Ma. CtarWwd orandtoNwr of f. Sarvlca Mm 1 pm at Nw Kansico Camatary Chapal In Vatoalla. MANNING, ArmM J on August i iff of Harrison, NY A Spring HW, FL. Husband Mary G. Father of PriocWa, Lynda A Edward. Brother of Arlene Rally, JuN Hama, Evelyn O' Brian A Raymond Mamina. GrandtaNwr ef I orandchlktan A S great grmdchltdrm. The tomHy wM receive Iriondi Sunday 3-4 A 7-fPM at Nw WILLIAM K GRAHAM FUNERAL HOME. IBM Barton Port Rd, Rye Mass of Christian Burial at St. Gregory the Grwt Church Mon-dev lBAAL taomwnl SI. Mary Coma-tary. to Nau of flowars contributions to ML Start Gonolic Otaaoa Altonco. Deal of Humm Gonellcs, BOX 14W. STHAyo rt lOOTH SI, NY, NY 1003f. IMUJAM H GrtAHAM RWERAL HOME RAFTERY, Rvtlva NL Of Etotsford. Be-tovod wlto of Iho tato WlWam JL Devotod moNwr of EUoon tmondo, ntg itocmad by a brottwr Rots Carptntor. Chsristad mortwr In-law of Frank knonda Also turvtvad by GrandchUdren A 3 Graat CrandcMktaa VkHalion 7-fpm Sat. A . 2-4 A 7-f Sun, at Nil McELROY-FLYNN FUNERAL HOME, .INC IJ2- ONE DAY AND MULTI-DAY ESCORTED TOURS Bwas all Apart from Roy Rogan m (100 South) CbrM An Yonkars Spaelal Plek-ips - Dutchess NattFlsliklll wtA ENJOY have FUN and RELAX OaaMaailrmrtNtaartbta-tamihhutotawrtwrtdiatoavk. 1 rtanfwtortkaL 0M IhylPn ini counxYAuaHiESTivu. tKM BB NM n n m nt NS wu ESA HE PUCE (A) KNABSANCE FESTIVAL (A) IIVERKMTi STEAM TIAH(UM) HEtSHETPAIK(A) ' AMISH, PENN DUTCH (L) ' ' IEAWN0 A VANITY BUt APPLE A PUMPXM PICKING (lj . POCONOSDeLJCHTaji . I BUI POUAGE CtUBE(U ' iimum maewmauuitoiw. Caf tar drtaltoaa rtl tow paeUsMPtoa 652 CentS ftpyySniera New York 10704 ItabrawCtoxMtorlrtenmuwaBmdmaraftpwtacwtaAamdwwww ,R Tan main iowt u wm job (nupi Htoividnl neik. ) I L By Chariton .CwnptHg Bm anLy4 Aranaawaato J seamstress . Burr Davis-Sharpe Funeral Home in Mount Vernon is handling the arrangements. . r Family and friends are making donations to the Parkinsons Di- ease Foundation-Columbia University Medical Center, 710 W. 168th St;New York, N.Y. 10032. V Obituary poltey Gannett Suburban Newspa-pers publishes the obHuartoa of people who have lived or worked in Weefchester or Putnam coun-: . ties. Obituaries may be submitted through fcjneral homes or directly through the family of the de- ceased. DuetotheJargsvokime otobituaries, all information muat . n be submitted for publication within three days otaperaon's death. Obituaries submitted fo Gannett Suburban Newspapers bydprn. appear in the nextdayseditfone. Additional information can be obtained from our newsroom. Fora lietof newsroom numbers, please seethe Call us list on Page 4A 4300). Etowtord, NY. Man M30AM; moil at Our Lady Of Ml Cwmai Church SHEEHAN, Timothy Andrew Sr. On August I, 1TN of FtNwm N.Y.. Eotovad husband of Sheila Qulrtw Shaitan, da-, voted father of Mary Ann Kusdvnari, Margant Lag, Kathlam RtoctonS, Timothy A. Jr. and Daih Patrick Staotan, Brother of Mary . O'Connor, Androw, John and Richard Sheehan, erandtoNwr of Rally Ann and John . Kuschman, Carttto, Chrtstophtr, Shannon and Dominick Loo and Brittany RicctardL Rapoatog PELHAM FUNERr' AL HOME, M Lincoln Avo, pwtam PLY, AAaso of Our Lady at Perpetual Help Church, ' Pelham Manor, NY on Tuesdoy at 10 AAA. totomwnt Cato at Heavtn Cemetery. Visiting hours on Sunday and AAomtay 2-4 and 7-PPM VICARta Ftorenee an Augurt 7. lfM. RapoaJno at MC MAHON, LYON A HARTNETT FUNERAL HOME, 4fl Tuas 3-4 A 7-fpm. Mass of Christian Burial Wad 11:00am rt Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Mount Vwnon. ElMnVnNlW LwnlCiOT wOTifomnrr WMJJAMS, Howard, X (BOO o A Iff of Ototon Comers, NY. of Mario (Preach) WNOanw. Janice Vital. Brim A KaNh BroNwr of CocWa Carmody, Dams, and Nw tola Jociph, DbsmmmhI IttJUItmawM mM KiyiiMw imm mw GrandtaNwr of orw. Rasflno FUNERAL HOME, PtoasmtvWe day 2-4 A 7-f PM. Mass ef Burial Monday fAM, Holy Church, PWasantyfll. totorment Isco Comotary, Vrttalla. In Flowars donaltons may b Flands of Karan, PO Box 110, NYMS71 .. ZAPOTOCZKY. JhBus Of Yonkars SSH. Batovad husband of Marion. Dear brottwr of Ita lato Edward. Alto survlvod by 4 nephews. Ropoobw FLOWER FUNERAL HOME. 714 Yonkers Ava. Funeral Mass Montoy 10wn Church Of Sf Am. Intarmsnl Calvary MA. Vkltollon Sat. A Sun 2-4 A 7-f . IN MEMORIAM ARMALautsaW. . HAPPY 17TH YEAR IN HEAVEN I miss you oadi (toy, you gave ma rtranoiti A detormkwlton. I wW always lovs you tarn my tasrt. Teddy CLARK, ftomwi Robtatrti N two boon a mar ago kxtay stoca our taarti wore saddwiad wNh your' paoa-too. Our Ives wM novor b Nw same. You're eon but not torgollan. Your famUy. Ban Kamalti, Addla A Usa Rsbkwon SAONTESANaMary Gram, Lrth thkws I rtwutd tav said and dona, but navar took Nw tbna. You wara always on my mind. You wort always on my mind. CtooBoNa. Sandra and Family. MONTESANO, AAary 2nd Amlvtrsary to Heaven Mom, 2 mars ago God saw mu wara ortttae Arad A caltod mu to atamal rart. Although w tomd you dearly, wg could not mrtw mu slay, tor God know what was bart. Wa tom A mb mu vary much. TV we mart again-. Always in our hearts, Barbara A FamN QUIRK, Rata "DeMarce" AUGUST 1A INS . To ham and to held, to part b Nw daap-art sorrow tam a mothers heart. Your Lovtoa Mom a SPECIAL NOTICES : "ft.! probtoms,. NgM ak roods, Nwt I cm attain my goal. - . You who gam ma Ita dMna alfl to Iop-Ntm and target aN avk aartnrt me, to aN Instances ef my Nto, You wg with , me. I want to Hd rtwrt pramr, to thank' You tor rtl the tangs tort I confirm, met- again. That I namr want to be ssporatoj tam You. 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