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43 DETROIT FREE PRESS TUESDAY, JANUARY 19. 1993 ... i n Pin;v! Death notices WMU meningitis death sends 25 to treatment by Stephen Jones Free Press Staff Writer About 25 students at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo were being treated Monday to avert a meningitis outbreak after a fellow student died of the brain and spine infection. Susan McGrath, 18, of Troy, died Friday after complaining days earlier of flu-like symptoms. She had been taken Thursday to Bronson Methodist Hospital after her roommate found her unconscious in their dormitory room. On Monay, several hundred friends attended her funeral services, which her father called a tribute to her warm, engaging personality. "She did so much for other people," William McGrath said. "She just loved life." People came from across the state to St. Anastasia Catholic Church in Troy to pay their respects to the 1992 Troy Athens High School graduate, McGrath said. Some shared poems of tribute. "She brought people together and Businessman 'marched to his (nvn tune' t'l William Yates II By Jean Calmen Free Press Staff Writer William Yates' desire to be captain of his own fate came early. When he was about 9, he took his father's fishing boat and headed across Lake Erie with the idea of reaching the faraway land of Ohio. He only got as far as some islands, said Jack Davidson, a lifelong friend who joined the expedition. And the safe return to port was fin ished after dark, guided by lights on the shore. "He's always been a bit of a character .. . he marched to his own tune," Davidson said. - William H. Yates II of GrossePointe Park died of stomach cancer Thursday at his winter home in Pompano Beach, Fla. He was 55. Mr. Yates worked for a time in his father's company, Neptune Power Plus, which manufactured hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders. But his independent spirit led him in 1971 to start his own similar business, Yates Industries Inc. in St. Clair Shores. He was a keen businessman who started early to train his son, William Yates III, to take over, Davidson said. ; The business led him to become involved in efforts for a joint venture with a Soviet company. He traveled to Moscow, but the plan was put on hold because of political changes there. A Detroit native who moved to Grosse Pointe Park at age 5, he was a graduate of Grosse Pointe South High School. He was semiretired for the past several years, spending summers in Grosse Pointe Park and sometimes taking a boat down the East Coast to Florida for the winter. He also owned Harborside Inn, a small hotel in Harbor Springs. One of his hobbies was collecting and showing antique and classic cars, said his wife, Paula. His favorites included a 1936 Rolls Royce limousine and a 1949 Cadillac he was having restored. "He loved his American automobiles, the Cadillacs, but he also loved the Rolls Royce," she said. He was a member of the Detroit Yacht Club and the Grosse Pointe Yacht Club and had been a trustee of the Grosse Pointe Park Foundation. Other survivors include his mother, Pearl, a sister, and two brothers. The funeral will be at 1 1 a.m. today at Verheyden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack, Grosse Pointe Park. Burial will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit. Lois Eusebia Campbell, 90, died of heart disease and burns Jan. 12 at Detroit Receiving Hospital. She was burned when her flannel nightgown caught fire at home. The former Lois Williams was a Missouri native and a longtime Detroit resident. She was a former president of a chapter of Blue Star Mothers of America, a group of mothers of service personnel. She helped raise money for veterans hospitals and was a member of the Altar Guild at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Detroit. Mrs. Campbell sold menswear at J.L. Hudson in 1952-62. Survivors include her sons Joe David and James; a daughter, Lois Anne; seven grandchildren, and five greatgrandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at Redford Presbyterian Church, 22122 W. McNichols, Detroit. Burial will be in Webb City, Mo. Bernard Johnston, 55, a marketing manager for General Motors Corp., died of; cardiac arresttSaturday at H. I i rnt I L I , f i. I I 1 -f I I Hill just made everybody feel comfortable," he said. Doctors don't know how Susan McGrath contracted the bacterial infection, which affects fewer than 2,000 people in the United States annually. As a standard precaution, about 25 students who had recent contact with McGrath were put on rifampin, an antibiotic, to prevent infection, said Dr. Terry Baxter, director and chief of staff at the university's Sindecuse Health Center. The disease may start within two to 10 days of exposure, beginning with flu-like symptoms, including headaches, fever and vomiting. Within several days, the condition can escalate, with outward signs being a stiff neck and rash. The infection has a low likelihood of being contagious, Baxter said. It is spread through direct contact with the saliva of an infected person. Nearly 70 percent of all cases can be treated' effectively, he said. The Associated Press contributed to this report. Munson Medical Center in Traverse City. Mr. Johnston began to work for GM in New York City and, during his 30 years with the company, moved to Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Bloomfield Hills. He attended Adelphi College in New York City. Survivors include his wife, Elaine; sons Brian and Russell; his mother, Hortense Plotz; a sister, and two brothers. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. James Episcopal Church, 355 W. Maple, Birmingham. Burial will follow in Acacia Park Cemetery, Birmingham. MATILDA MORIARTY, 68, a registered nurse who worked with her physician husband at the Fisher Building, died of cancer Jan. 11 at Henry Ford Continuing Care center in Harper Woods. She spent her career helping her husband, Dr. George Moriarty, with his practice until his death three years ago. She also tended to members of touring casts at the Fisher Theatre. The former Matilda Pavan, known as Mitzie, was born in Detroit and lived in the city until moving to St. Clair Shores two years ago. Her stepson is actor Michael Moriarty. Survivors also include a stepdaughter, Jean Moriarty, and a sister. The funeral will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Birmingham Unitarian Church, 651 N. Woodward, Bloomfield Hills. ROSE SWANSON, 94, a former Port Huron resident, died of heart and lung failure Friday at St. Luke Medical Center in Pasadena, Calif. The former Rose Sturmer was born in Port Huron and graduated from the University of Michigan. She was a homemaker whose volunteer work included helping to start the Junior Goodwill Industries. She moved from Port Huron to Pasadena in 1989. Survivors include a daughter, Bette Swanson White; six grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Henry Bernard Cherry, 65, a former Detroit bus driver, died of a stroke Jan. 13 at his Detroit home. He retired in 1982 after 30 years with the Department of Transportation. A native De-troiter, Mr. Cherry was a graduate of Northwestern High and served in the Army Hnrincr Wnrlrl Henry Bernard yar u Cherry Survivors in clude his mother, Lillian; daughters Vanessa Broadnax and Natalie Turner; two sisters; a brother, and two grandchildren. A family hour will be at 10 a.m. today, followed by the funeral at 11 a.m. at James H. Cole Home for Funerals, 2624 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit. Burial will follow in Detroit Memorial Park West, Redford. deaths elsewhere John Stender, 76, appointed in 1973 by President Richard Nixon as the first director of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, died Saturday of bone cancer in Seattle, Wash. OSHA oversees workplace safety in the United States. John D. Paulus Jr., 83, an architect who worked on the Manhattan Project that developed the first atomic bomb, died Friday in Jefferson City, Mo. Paulus also worked on the design for what was to be the first radar tracking system. Milton Frank, 73, who served as U.S. ambassador to Nepal from 1987 to 1989, died of cancer Wednesday in Los Angeles. Alcohol-related traffic deaths fall EARBORN Traffic ) deaths involving 11 intoxicated drivers J dropped last year, and Michigan s tougher drunken-driving laws may have had an impact, according to AAA Michigan. Final figures won't be released until March, but early numbers show alcohol had a role in 34 percent of the 1,282 traffic deaths in 1992, compared with 47 percent of the 1,425 deaths in 1991, the agency said Monday. Also, preliminary figures show that between January and November 1992, arrests for operating under the influence of liquor dropped 13.1 percent, from 61,276 to 53,223. The laws, which took effect in 1992, allow a suspected drunken driver's license to be confiscated upon arrest and provide tougher prison sentences for causing serious injury or death. CITY Night Train Lane to be honored, roasted by PAL DETROIT Comedian Joe Piscopo, Detroit Lion Lomas Brown and former Lions Lem Barney and Mel Farr will honor former Lion Dick (Night Train) Lane at the 1993 Police Athletic League Leadership Award Night tonight. Lane, executive director of the Detroit Police Athletic League for 17 years until his retirement Dec. 31, will receive PAL's first Leadership Award. The festivities, which include a silent auction, autograph session and a roast of Lane, start at 5:30 p.m. at the Fox Theatre. A limited number of individual tickets are available at $110 each, or $1,500 for a row of 14. They can be purchased by calling 336-9655. OAKLAND Consilio takes over court lobbying group PONTIAC Oakland Probate Court Administrator Barbara Consilio has taken office as president of the Michigan Association of Juvenile Court Administrators. The nonpartisan group of approximately 70 state court officials lobbies state and local governments on budget and programming issues affecting probate and juvenile court matters. Macomb Search is continuing for released prisoner MT. CLEMENS Authorities continued searching Monday for a federal prisoner who was mistakenly released from the Macomb County Jail. A deputy faces discipline in the case. Rodolfo Moreno, 34, of Detroit, who had the same last name as another prisoner, was released Friday, the Sheriffs Department said. He is charged with conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute cocaine. Prisoner Alajandro Moreno was due to be released Friday after serving a drug sentence. WASHTENAW U-M's president denies interest in Yale post ANN ARBOR University of Michigan President James Duderstadt said Monday that he isn't interested in the presidency of his alma mater, Yale University, though his name has been mentioned as a candidate. Walter Harrison, U-M's executive director of human relations, said Duderstadt hasn't been contacted by Yale and "has said repeatedly that he's happy at Michigan." Duderstadt has been U-M president since July 1988. He received his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Yale in 1964 and one of his daughters is a Yale graduate. Yale's presidency has been vacant since May, when Benno Schmidt left to join Whittle Communications' Edison Project to create private schools. HE Death Notices HELPFUL HINT To report a death ot a Social Security or SSI beneficiary or to inquire about survivor benefits. Coll: 1 800-772 1213 7:00 a.m to 7:00 p m. Monday through Friday. ADAMS AGNES (AOAMKIEWICZ) Age 97, t January la Bttoved wife of the late Ben, dearest mother of Mrs. Verna Tobiczyk (and the late Ted); loving grandmother of Theresa, Vicky Bernard and Marie, also survived by three great grandchildren, Siacie, Justin and Jessica Funeral services Wednesday 10 a m. from the Lesney A Son Funeral Home , 13201 W Warren, Dearborn to St. Alphonsus Church 10 30. Interment St. Hedwig Cemetery. Scripture service Tuesday 7 p.m. Visitation Monday $-9 and Tuesday 1-9. ANDREWLAITIS ANTHONY O. Beloved brother of Anna Scarles, John Andrews, Elizabeth Raft, and Ernest Andrews. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Funeral If a.m. Wednesday at the A.H. Peters Funeral Home, 30705 Mack Ave. at Vernier Rd., Grosse Pie Woods. Visitation after 2 p.m. Monday. B ATT AN I ANN E. (nee Willman) January 16. Wife of the late Joseph. Dear sister ot Micnaei J wtiiman, ana the late Jacob, Joseph and Emit. Also survived bv many nieces and nephews. Visitation Monday t-9 p.m., Tuesday 1-9 p.m. Funeral service Wednesday 10 a m. at Wujek-Calcaterra Funeral Heme Inc., 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Parkway (16 Mile). Rosary Tues- gay p.m. imcrmcm nm, m.vei, BISHOP ROBERT E. January II, 1993. Age 65. Suddenly. Dear father of R. Steven of IN, Gall (Alex) Bishop-Meeker of CO, Cleve (An- ?ela) of IN and David of Shelby wp. Stepson of Howard 6. Duke, IN. Husband of Ruth. Also leaves It grandchildren. Masonic Service 7:30 p m. Thursday under auspices of Farmington Lodge 151 FS.AM at Thayer-Rock Fu neral Home, 33603 Grand River, Farmington (1 blk. w. of Far-minaton Rd.). Interment Foun tain City, IN. Visitation Tuesday 6-9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday ,-aanq o-yp.m. BOARDMAN EVELYN A. sue 89 of Warren. formerly of Detroit. Wife of the late Jerome Boardman. Mother of Gail (Larry) Goldman and Denny (Nancy) Boardman. Sister of the late Emilie M. Reid and Anne voss. Grandmother ot five, She was a caring Individual and school teacher of fifty years for Trenton and Detroif Public School. Kinsty-Girrttt Funeral noma Kpyai uan. mi-mw BOYAJIAN AGHAVNI AGNES Age 100. Wife ot Trie laie wiornn rviaruitus ouyo- lian. Dear mother of Mrs. Eliza beth Roberts. Mrs. Michael (Ve ronlca) Pisa. Oscar (Nancv) Boyaiian and the late Charles (Lillian ooyanan. aiso loveo oy eight grandchildren, seven great grandchildren and one great reat oranddauohter. Visitation Tuesday 3-9 p.m. at St. Johns m men mil vnui tn, juuiimiciu. Prayers Tuesday 7 p.m. Funeral service Wednesday 11 a.m. at St. Johns Armenian Church, inter ment Woodlawn Cemetery. Fami' ly requests memorial gifts to Food For Armenia fc Social Concern. Arrangements by Edward Kontoian runerai nome 34 i-ojo CIARAVINO VITO A. Age 61. Beloved son of laienna ana me iaie Amnony. Dear brother of Joseph (Betty) and Vera (Tony) Martinlco. Uncle of Joseph (Kathv) Martinico, Anthony (Cathy) Martinlco, Jo- sepn b. tKose;, ninony i (Clair) and Lisa (Bruce) Hatch Also survived by many great nieces and nephews. Funeral from Wm. J. Durosi Funeral Home 28499 Schoenherr (S. of 12 Mile) warren. 1 nursaay v: ju a.m and St. Dorothy Church 10 a.m Prayers Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Visitation Tuesday 3-9 p.m. and weanesoay up.m.-vp.m. CLANCEY THERESA K. January 17, 1993. Beloved wife of the late John A. Dear mother of Robert (Carol), William (Nonle), Roger, Theresa (John) Glragos and the late Sister iwary sneiio u.r. u uioiiuiiiiiu- ren: 18 oreat grandchildren. Me morial service will be held at a later date. For more Information call O'Brien cnapeiTeo. t. auiu-van Funeral Home, 348-1800. CORRIGAN HILDA Aae 83. January 16. 1993. t Beloved Sister of Gertrude Ferguson and Harold Hub-er. visitation Tuesday 6-9 PM and Wednesday 12-4 PM and 6-9 PM. Funeral Service Thursday 1 PM at the Buehlor r-unorai noma ibtt iiranoi, Rosevllle. DOMINICK VALENTINE A. (WALLY) Age 88 of St. Clair Shores. Beloved husband of Eleanore. Dearest father of Norbert V. (Gail). Funeral Wednesday 9:30 a m. Kaul Funeral Home. 28433 Jefferson. St. Clair Shores and 10 a.m. St. Gertrude Catholic Church. Visitation Tuesday 4-9 p.m. Rosary Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Former Packard Motor Car employee. Retired from Chrysler Corp. Feb. 29, 1972. Today's Alphabetical Listing Adams, Agnes Andrewlaitis, Anthony Battani, Ann E. Bishop, Robert E. Boardman, Evelyn A. Boyajian, Aghavni Ciaravino, Vito A. Clancey, Theresa K. Corrigan, Hilda Dominick, Valentine Ganton, Duressa C. Gee, Mary C. Geniusz, Thomas M. Hamilton,, Robert Hatcher, Geraldine M. Hintz, Walter H. Johnston, Bernard R. Joseph, Dr. Leslie D. Kreuger, Raymond F. MaisKi, Edward McNutt, Calvin B. Melville, Sidney A. Method, Frances Meyers, Genevieve Morrison, Gregory T. Murdoch, Andrew Nagel, Clarence E. Neu, Rosina Nosek, Leo Osada, Wanda E. Paul, Dorothy Mae Penzien, Rev. Leland Pisarski, Bernice Race, Gloria Marie Ptaszynski, Joseph C. Reardon, Cordelia A. Reed, Mary Robinson, Mildred Rudel, Elmer L. Scheller, Ruth C. Sniezyk, Joseph E. Steudle, Helga Stocking. Andrew F. Taylor, Cynthia D. Trout, Aiex A. Ulch, Ellis G. Wagoner, Virginia M. Weingartrter, Roy A. Winiecki, Emil Zack, Edward Zerry, Ethel STOCKING ANDREW F. Age 69 Jan 16 Formerly ot Soufngate and Wood Haven. Beloved husband ef Helen. Dear lather of Katrine (Ronald) Hande. U.S.A.F. Captain Mark (Theresa), Gregory (Naranej ano ine iaie imam Stephen. Also leaves three grand children. Brother of Miriam Rob- lee and Frederic. Memorial services at Our Ladv of The Woods Catholic Chuch, Wood Haven Tuesday Jan. 17 at 11 a.m. Funeral arrangements handles by the Martenson Funeral Horn 3200 West Road, Trenton. GEE MAR Y C Wife of the late Charles. Mother of Camilie Klarich, Charles B. (Sandra), Mexine Baier Robert and Dorothy Troutman. Also 13 grandchildren and IS great grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday 1:30 p.m. at the A.H. Peters Funeral Home, 20705 Mack Avenue at Vernier Road, Grosse Pointe Woods. Visitation Tuesday after 2 p.m. Memorials to the Michigan Parkinson Foundation appreciated. METHOD FRANCES Beloved wife of the late Eugene Method Sr. Beloved mother of Margaret (Arthur) Nelson, Audrey (Robert) Ralko and Eugene (Martha) Method of Calif. Grandchildren, 17 greatgrandchildren. Sister-in-law of Eileen Minns of Saginaw. Visitation Tuesday 6-9, Wednesday 12-9 at Stanley Turowski t Son Funeral Home 25509 Warren Rd., Dear-born Heights. Time later, 562-5120. GENIUSZ THOMAS M. January 17th. Beloved husband of Marianne. Dear father ot Tim. Brother of Arthur (Edith) Gennis. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Visitation Monday 3-9 p.m. and Tues day l-y p.m. i-unerai weonesoay 10:15 a.m. from Wujek-Calcaterra Funeral Home Inc., 36900 Schoenherr ot Metro Parkway ( 16 Mile), to St. Edmund Church for 11 a.m. Mass. Rosary Tuesday 7 p.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery HATCHER GERALDINE M., Age 71 of Howell. January II, 1993. Beloved Mother of Paul Hathcer, Art Hatcher, Mike (Judy) Hatcher and Chuck (Cindy) Hatcher. Ten Grandchildren. Eight Great uranotnuaren. oeiuvcu aisitri ui Pat Laethem. Also survived by many Nieces and Nephews. Fu- Church, Hartland, Thursday II A.M. f-r. juseun reaiisu umciai- ing. Interment Riddle Cemetery. Friends may visit at Lynah Sons iKiiniuv"-0" It viibkwi "- ford, on Tuesday, 5-9 P.M. and Wednesday i-vrw. rrayer Service Wednesday 7 P:M: MEYERS GENEVIEVE Beloved wife of the late Wayne. Dear mother ot Lorraine (Roger) Boilenberg, Joseph Alicej, Auarey tuenryj naeri. )avid (Marilvn). John (Carol) and Virginia (Ralph) Aimer. Nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Also survived by rour sisters and two brothers. Visitation Tuesday 2-9 p.m. Fu neral weonesoay v.n a.m. ai .n. Peters Funeral Home, 32000 Schoenherr at Masonic (13'2 Mile) in Warren and 9:30 a m. St. Basil Latnouc inurcn. Kosary Tuesday 7 p.m. HINTZ WALTER H. January 16, 1993. Beloved husband of Jean. Dear father of Walter P. (Kathleen), Beverly (Robert) Tekllnski, Kenneth (Anne) and Robert. Grandfather ot eight. Brother of Gertrude (Norman) Milz. Visitation Harry J. will Trust 100 Funeral Home 25450 Plymouth Road (M ml. W. of Telegraph), Tues. 4-9 p.m., Wed. 12-9 p.m. and at Guardian Lutheran Church, 24544 Cherry Hill. Dearborn, Thurs. 9 a.m. until time of service at lu. interment bien boen. Memorials suggested to the Church. JOHNSTON BERHARD R. Jan. 16, 1993 Of Bloomfield Hills. Husband of Elaine Johnston; also survived bv two sons Brian and his wife Janine and Russell Johnston; son of Mrs. Hortense Johnston; brother of Sherry Sanford, Chester and Donald Johnston. Funeral service at St. James Episcopal Church of Btrmingnam, 3 w. wapie, weo. Ham visitation at Bell Chaool of the Wm. R. Hamilton Co., 820 E. Maple, Birmingham, Tuesday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Memorial tributes may be made to Make-A-Wlsh Foundation, 913 W. Holmes, Suite in, Lansing, mi 4yiu JOSEPH DR. LESLIE D. of Deiray Beach, h or oa former v or ue troit. Beloved husband of Mina. Dearest father of Carta (Howard) Moss and Judee Shorr. Dear arandfather of Lisa (Dr. David) Cohen, Rhonda and brie moss, Kicnaro, nnargo, uana ano jonainan anorr. ser vices 11:30 Wednesday morning at Hebrew Memorial Chapel 543-1622 Interment uakview cemetery. KREUGER RAYMOND F. Jan. 17, 1993. Age 75 or l nco n r k. Be ovea nusoana or Grace. Dearest father ot Raymond and Linda. Visitation Tues day 1-9 p.m. Funeral Services Wednesday 11 a m. at the R.J. Nixon Funeral Homt 2544 Biddle Ave., Wyandotte. MALSKI EDWARD aae 67. Beloved hus band of Bernice; dearest father of Julie (Dean) Daniel; dear son the late Louis and Joseohine Malskl; dear brother of Jennie Hollatz, John, Lou and the late Benny Malskl; dearest grandfather of Julia. Funeral services Thursday 9:20 a.m. at Voran Funeral Home, (Allen Park Chapel), 5900 Allen Rd. and 10a.m. at Christ the Good Shepherd Church in Lincoln park Visitation Tuesday 4-9 o.m.. Wednesday 12-9 p.m. Edward was a prouo memoer or ine v.r.w. Romanowski Post. GANTON DURESSA C. (net Coffin) Jan. 18 of Clayton, Ml. formerly of Detroit. Beloved sister of Catherine Mc Clure of Royal Oak and Bernice and Charles Beeman of Wenatchee, Washington. Beloved aunt of six; great aunt of 12; great great aunt of two. Beloved friend of many. Services Thursday from Brawn Van Hemert Funeral Home Hudson, Ml. (517 ) 448-2941. Family prefers contributions to Clayton United Methodist Church, Clayton, Ml. 49235. HAMILTON, ROBERT Dear husband of the late Shirley. Beloved father of Robert, Michael, Timothy and Nancy. Nine grandchildren. Brother of John. Funeral Wednesday 11 a.m. Ouarfeld Funeral Homt, 1200 Oakwood, Dearborn. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 1-9 p.m. MC NUTT CALVIN B. Jan. 18. Husband of Nathalie c. Father ot Barbara, Sandra. Calvin R.. Rick and Kev in. Brother of Malcolm, Ervlna, Melborne and Gloria Jean. Also survived bv nine arandchildren and five great grandchildren. i-unersi o D.m. vveanesusv fli ine Dearborn Chapel ef the Howe-Peterson Funeral Home, 22546 Michigan, visitation alter 2 p.m. weonesoay. Memorials to ror-kinson Foundation preferred. MELVILLE SIDNEY A. Aae 81. January 17. 1993. Loving father of Frances (Harry) oayiora, Kooert, tawara (rou, ana jonn oanay; weiviiie. Dear arandfather of 13 and areat- grandfather of 16. Brother of Harold (Jean) Melville. Funeral Service Wednesday 11 a.m. at the Schrader Funeral Homt , 280 S. Main St., Plymouth. Visitation Tuesday z-9 p.m. Interment Knoll- wooo cemeTery, lomon PAUL DOROTHY MAE (HOLDER) Jan 16, 1993. Wife of Leonard C. Paul of Dearborn Heights. Mother of Leonard C. Paul Jr. and Dolly Lynn Paul. Daughter of the late John and Ether Mae (Carter) Holder. Sister of Arthur Holder of Switzer, Kentucky and John Holder of Frankfort, Kentucky. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Roo-ers Funeral Home Frankfort, Kentucky 40601. interment switzer Cemetery, Switzer, Kentucky PISARSKI rfrnice Aae 96. of Warren. formerly of Terndale. Beloved mother of Chester F. Pisarkl and Irene Neych. Dear Grandmother of four, Great Grandmother Sev en, visitation tuesoay l-it.u. Wednesday z-s ana i-i p.m. scrip- luie sci viLC euHuar .jv Spaulding Curtin Funeral Home, sou west Nine rvuie kobo, Ferndale. In-State Viewina Thursday 9 30 a m., St. James Catholic Church, Ferndale. Funeral Mass 10:30. Burial Mt. Olivet cemetery. MORRISON GREGORY T. Beloved father of Gregory Jr. Dearest son of Clare and Irene Morrison. Brother of Donald (Diane). Dearest betrothed Rainell Frasier. Uncle to two nephews and one niece. Visitation Tuesday 2-9 p.m. at Stanley Turowski k Son Funeral Homt 25509 Warren Rd., Dearborn Heights. Services Wednesday 11 a.m. at Christus Victor Lutheran Church, 25535 FordRd. MURDOCH ANDREW Jan. 12. Age 92 of Dearborn. Born In Glasgow Scot land. Lame in U.S. in ivvi. Ketireo from Ford Motor Co. Spent summers and winters at his cottaae in Florida. Beloved husband of the late Catherine. Dear father of Douglas and Richard. Grandfather of Scott, Andrew, Shari and Susan. Great grandfather of Elizabeth. Memorial Jan. 20, 1 p.m. at Mt. uiivet tnurcn, uearoorn. PTASZYNSKI JOSEPH C. January 17, 1993. Beloved husband of Gertrude; dear father of Beverly (Richard) Mirhnn and Sr. Marlene Ptaszvn- ski O. P.; grandfather of Karen, Michael, Kathleen and Maribeth; great arandfather of Elisa. Fu neral weonesoay iva.m. iium me u. 3. ivfiirgwsiM runviai nv,,, , 30009 Hoover Rd. at Common (12i 'ii Mile), our Lady uueen ot an Saints, 10:30. Rosary Tuesday 7 p.m. visitation wonoay a-v p.m. and Tuesday 2-9 p.m. NAGEL CLARENCE E. Age 96. Husband of Leona. Dear father of Paul, and Lois Orlando. Also seven grand children. Funeral from wm. i. Duross Funeral Homt, 284W Schoenherr. S of 12) Warren. Wednesday 9:30 a.m. St. Dorothy Church 10 a m. Prayers Tuesday 3 NEU ROSINA Age 90 of Safety Harbor, FL. January 9, 1993. She was born In Germany and moved to FL In 1981 from Michigan. Survivors inciuae a son ur. nans c. ot Marine Citv and a daughter oa- brielle Schanne. Safety Harbor, four arandchi dren and four great grandchildren. Services were neiu in saieiy notour, memorials may be sent to All Children's HosDital Foundation, P.O. Box 3142, St. Petersburg, FL .MJI-JI41 NOSEK LEO, January 16. Dearest father ot Ronald (Joanne), Delphine (Donald) Johnson, Jerome (Me- lame). Katn een Koaer ck, ana Lee (Carl) Croskey. Loving aranoTaTner or uona. Keoecca, Amy, Sarah, John 8., Ryan. Russet, and Carly. Great-grandfather of J.J. Dear brother of Estelle Rejak, Helen Hebda, Julia Pola-kowski, and Genevieve Crom-berg. Please note time change: Funeral Wednesday 9:30 a.m, from Falrlane Funeral Home, 13510 W, Warren at Schae-fer, Dearborn; to St. Barbara Church at 10:00, Rosary Tuesday 7 p.m. visitaTion mesaay i-yp.m, OSADA WANDA E. January 17. Beloved wife of the late Theodore. Dear mother of Theodore (Marlene), Mn. Frank Gera dine WiS' niewski, Robert (Carole). Eleven arandchildren. four oreat arand children. Sister of Emily, Jenny ana Niamey, i-imerai service Wednesday 9:15 a.m. from the Leonard A. Turowski ft son Fu nvim nuiiiv, rjw miuuieuen nu. (S. of W. Chicago) and to Our Lady of Grace Church at 10 a.m. Rosary Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Inter- ment m. neawig lemeiery. PENZIEN REV. LELAND E. Aae 61. Sunday, January 17. United Methodist minister currently serving the uexier unnea wernoaisi Lnurcn, Beloved husband of Joanne. Lov ing father ot Bethany Chalt, Mark Penzien, Clark Penzien and Craia Penzien, Nine grandchildren; his mother Berenice Penzien and two brothers Eugene and Marvin aiso survive. Funeral services Wednesday Dexter United Methodist Church, 3411 Central, Dexter. Visitation Tuesday 1-5 and 7-9 at Hosmer-Muehlig Funeral Chapel .Dexter. (313) 426-4661. Graveside services 12 Noon Thursday bim Lawn cemeiery, nay UTy. iriDUTes io Mnawmo camper-ships or the Dexter United Meth-odist Church Building Fund. PLACE GLORIA MARIE Dearest mother of Mark (Judy), Eric (Lynda) and iratg t AnioineiTe;. Loving grandmother of Christopher, Ni cole and Bradley, Services Thurs day 9:30 a.m. Clyne Funeral Home zzjzz (iratiot. bastpoime. lua.m, St Peter Catholic Church. Visitation 6-9 D m. Tuesday. 2-9 D.m. Wednesday. Scripture service 7 p.m. weanesaay REARDON CORDELIA A. (CORKY) Aae60ot Southgate. Beloved wife of William X Dear mother of Edward (Joyce), James (Anne), John Za-gunis, Carol (Thomas) Genevich and step mother of Sharon (David) Megyesi. Also leaves one Dromer james snea ana 1 1 grandchildren. Services from the Mar tenson Funeral Homt 109)5 Allen Rd. (corner ot Goddard) Wednesday 9:45 a.m. to St. Francis Cabrini Catholic Church 10:30 Vis itation Monaay w fuesaayz-v. TAYLOR CYNTHIA D. Beloved mother ef Ronald Southerland and Dana Taylor. Dear daughter of Ronald Southerland. Sister of Kenneth, Michael and Randy Southerland, Susan Rude and Lisa U stick. Granddaughter of Virginia Allan and Elsie Southerland. Funeral Wedneday 10 a.m. at Kaul Funeral Homt 27830 Gratiot, Roseviltt. Visitation Tutsday 3-9 p.m. TROUT ALEX A. January 17, 1993 of Bloomfield Hills. Beloved husband of Marcella A.; dear father of Marcella Linn (David) Shirrn-nek, AI A., John Tinder (Kris-tine), Caroline Catherine and Diane Marguerite; grandfather Michael Alexander-Trout Shima-nek and Travis David Shimanek; brother of David Linn (Jane). Friends may visit at the Vasu, Rodgers Connell Chapel ef A. i. Desmond Sons, 4375 N. Woodward (betw. 13-14 Mi.), Tuesday 6-9 p.m. Friends may visit at Central Woodward Christian Church, Adams-Big Beaver Rds., Troy, Wednesday 10 a.m. until funeral service at II. Memorial tributes to Oakland Livingslon Legal Aid, 35 W. Huron Park, ronnoc wm. i ULCH, ELLIS G. Age 77 of Shelby Twp. January 16. Beloved husband of the late Hope Tear Ulch. Loving father of Hope A. Brown of Oxford and dearest arandfather of Craig (Valerie), Mark, Sarah and Anthony Brown, all of Oxford. Dear brother ot Richard Ulch of Canada and Ruby Masson ot Ohio. Also survivea oy many nieces ana nephews. Services 9:30 a m. Wednesday Diener Funeral Home 48271 Van Dyke, Utica and 10:00 St. Kieran Catholic Church. Visitation 7-9 p.m. Monday and 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday. Rosary 7 p.m. Tuesday. Interment in White Chapel Memorial Park Cemetery, Troy. Contributions to American Lung Association, American Diabetes Foundation or American Cancer Society. WAGONER VIRGINIA M. January 15, 1993. Our Lady of Sorrows Church Member. Beloved wife of Verne; dear mother of Eric (Nan) and Linda Tuttle (Robert); also survived by one brother Sheldon McGraw and grandchildren, Rebecca. John and Colin. Memo rial services will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions to Hospice ot southeastern mi. . -Arrangements by the Heeney-Sundquist Funeral Horn , Farmington (474-5200) . REED MARY age 88, wife of the late Franklin. Dear sister of Bridget (James) Daly. Also leaves many nieces and nephews. Visiting Wednesday 2-7 p.m. Service Thursday 9:30 a.m. Charles R. Step Funeral Home 18425 Beech Daly (betwn. 6-7 Mile). Interment Holy Sepulchre ROBINSON MILDRED Beloved wife of Erwin. Dear mother of Judy (Richard) Kepes, E. Steven (Marilynn) Robinson, Warren (Davida) Robin son and Marcy (Jeffrey) Kush- ner. grandmother ot oaoi, Aubrey and Zach Kepes, Michael, Katnerine, Ruby, Ian and Avery Robinson and Megan Kushner. Sister of Ethel (Hyman) Disner, Pearl Leinoff and Donald (Rae Ann) Sharfman. Services 1 o'clock Tuesday aftenoon at the Ira Kaufman Chapel. Interment Clover Hill Park Cemetery. WEINGARTNER ROY A. Beloved husband of The late Marguerite. Dearest father ot Carol Bond and Saiiy Weingart-ner. Dear grandfather of Mrs. Merv (Tracey) Champlne. Great grandfather of Ryan. Dear brother of Virginia Weingartner and Mrs. Stanley (Vernefte) Pokoro. Services Wednesday 11 a.m. Kaul Funeral Home, 28433 Jefferson, St. Clair Shores. Visitation Tuesday 2-9 p.m. RUDEL ELMER L. Age 76. January 17. Beloved husband of Viola. Dear father of Judy Chunchick. Grandfather of Craig Chunchick. Brother of Margaret Kara, Evelyn Marks and Eleanor BerBerick. Also survived bv several nieces and nephews. Services 11 a.m. i nursaay uiener r-unerai nome 48271 Van Dvke. Utica. Interment White Chapel Cemetery, Troy. visitation 6-v p.m. luesaay ana 12-9 o.m. Wednesday. Contribu tions to American Cancer Society. WINIECKI, EMIL (DANNY) Jan. 17, 1993. Husband of Emily. Father of Thomas (Pat), Gerald (Sharon), Patricia (Wa ly) Kordella and Camilla (Charles) Van Ryekegh-em. 15 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren. Brother of Marie and Arthur. Visitation Tuesday 4-9 p.m. and Wednesday 12-9 p.m. witn a 7:30 pm. Rosary Lyle eiiiott runerai nome, jiju Mound, Warren. In state Thursday 11 a.m. until time of service 11:30 a.m. St. Anne Catholic Church, 32000 Mound, Warren. SCHELLER RUTH C. Jan. 17, 1993. Beloved wife of the late Ambrose. Dearest mother ot Dorothy (Joseph) Herbert. Grandmother of Patrick (Mary), David (Janet), John (Kathleen) and Marianne (Mi chael) Sweet. Great grandmother ui eiym. runeioi weuue.uoir r.jv .m. rrom rne isaui r-unerai nome 3520 Garf e d IN. of 5 Mile Clinton Twp. to St. Thecla Catholic Church at 10 a.m. Visitation Tuesday 3-9 p.m. Prayers Tuesday 7 p.m. SNIEZYK JOSEPH E. Beloved husband of Mariane. Dearest father of Gregory (Maria). Dear brother of Walter (Celia), Mrs. Lowell (Helen) Gill, Agnes Mackin and tne late wicnaei, Mary r rucnniK, Lott e Kesek and Harry l Je rome). Visitation at the Walter Scott Skupny Funeral Home 28605 Gratiot, Rosevllle Chapel, Tuesday 2-9 p.m. Funeral Wednesday at 8:30 to Sacred Heart Church at 9:00. Fr. Solanus Casey K of C Kosary luesaay ei a p.m., ine Senior Group Rosary Tues. 2:30. ouriai sacreo nean Lemerery, STEUDLE HELGA. Jan. 17, 1993. Wife Of Martin. Mother of Robert, Eric (Mary) and Ralph. Daughter of Oma wagner. Sister of Henriette Sauer. Richard Waoner and Han- nelore Thierauf. Visitation 2-9 p.m. Tuesday at Hopcroft-swan son Funeral Home. 31145 John R Madison Hgts. Mass of the Resur- recnon weonesoay iv:ju a.m. sr. Vincent Ferrer Church, Madison Hats. Rosarv Tuesday 7:30 o.m. Memorial tributes may be made to tne American uiaoetes assoc. ZACK EDWARD Jan. 16 In Ft. Lauderdale FL. Beloved husband of Danuta; dear father ot Mrs. Dale IBettv Ann) Anderson: Mrs. Stan ley (Beverly Ann) Bydlos; and Edward Jr. (Carol). Dear brother of Veronica Kocemba, Bill and Jake zack. six granacniidren, six great grandchildren. Funeral Thursday 8:45 a.m. Orlikowski Funeral Home , 2721 Holbrook, Hamtramck, Our Lady Queen of Apostles Church 9:30a.m. Prayers Wednesday 7 p.m. Instate Wednesday 1-9 p.m. . ZERRY ETHEL Beloved wife of George. uear morner ot Nancy Zerry, and Joan (Dr. Harvey) Golden. Grandmother of Andrea. Charvl. Helene and Laurence Golden. Sister of Dr. Leo schein. services 11:30 Wednesday morning at -the Ira Kaufman Chapel. Interment Beth Moses Cemetery. . v Cemeteries Monuments " OAKLAND HILLS MEMORIAL -Masonic Garden Section, 4 graves, value $4140. 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