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mmMmmtmfmafimtfumaftmmmmmtmmmmm nin n 1 1 fmym-f M-W"WfTw inn 1 11 m,, mpii itf mvtB mil -M-pJ-Myi 1 1 t) T K01TNEWS SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1993 Hie 'Slack Cannon' Bukes Jr., private detective 1:-) I ,'!.' "Black Cannon" Dukes Jr. a striking resemblance to Wil- I I Cimnid, the actor who popular-S t hs TV character Cannon in the . He was piven the name "Black .u-n'- oy Mr. Conrad after the ' r k'fjnse aware of Mr. Dukes' 'jninenoe as a real-life private in-i.;:tt..r in Detroit, said Mr. cV son. AJvin. . ':. Dul.es passed on his high ..cd and respect for systems and . jiizj'iioiiul structure to his chil-:. hi i) effort to get them through v.'i:.h the least hardship. .My father had great respect for two aspects in life and was ' .vt thnt we understood their importance," said his daughter, Del-trinee A. Moore. "That attribute stemmed from his many years in the military. He often took us to social gatherings and insisted that we visit his office so we could become familiar with the workplace culture." Mr. Dukes, a retired owner of Dukes' Service Systems, Inc. in Detroit, died of a heart attack Tuesday, July 6, 1993, in Arnold Convalescent Home, Detroit. He was 61. Mr. Dukes was born in Tuskegee, Ala., and moved to Detroit in 1949 while in his teens. He was a career soldier and retired from the Army with a medical disability in 1970 after 20 years of service. After his discharge, he established the security, investigations and insurance adjustment company. He was president and chief executive officer of the business when he retired in 1983. A son now operates the business. Mr. Dukes was a member of the Masons, the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum and was a vice-chairman of Wayne County Chapter of the Political Action for the National Black Republican Council. He was a member of the Michigan Private Detectives and Security Agencies and was appointed by Gov. Milliken to the Michigan Employment Agency Advisory Council and the Michigan State Licensing and Regulations Department. Surviving in addition to his son and daughter are his wife of 34 years, Annie Lampkin Dukes; a second daughter, Sharon J. Dukes; a second son, Michael L. Dukes; six grandchildren; and a brother. Services were Saturday. Burial was in Grand Lawn Cemetery, Detroit. Memorial tributes may be sent to the American Heart Association of Michigan, 16310 W. 12 Mile, South-field, Mich. 48076. Funeral arrangements were by Swanson Funeral Home, Northwest Chapel, 14751 W. McNichols, Detroit. . years schools siiii'i;.', respect, sensitivity and r ace worth that best describe A. Ames during his 37-year-wi'.h iiksier public schools. He ;;., approachable and known ..' hei !y manner that made him a :. if ii 1 to Daren ts and students. Mr. Ames, an Inkster resident and school administrator, died of cancer Monday, July 5, 1993, in Ford Hospital, Detroit. He was 65. Mr. Ames was born in Pine Bluff, Ark. He received a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Michigan, a master's in education from Wayne State University and his .doctorate in educational administration from the University of Michigan. His teaching career began in 1956 as band and orchestra director at Inkster High School. He became an administrator in 1974 and served as principal at ParkwoodMeek and BaylorWoodson elementary schools. An active supporter of the Black United Fund and the NAACP, Mr. Ames was a member of the NAACP. Surviving are two daughters, Chri-sell and Edwina Ames; four sisters; and a brother. His wife of 36 years, Mary Alice Mitchem Ames, died in 1987. A memorial service will be at 3 p.m. today in Baylor-Milton School, 28865 Carlysle, Inkster. The body was cremated. Inurnment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit. Memorial tributes may be sent to the Edwin A. Ames Scholarship Fund, 29115 Carlysle, Inkster, Mich. 48141. Shepich: Help with legal bills From page 1C by John Archocosky, who chairs the Iron County Road Commission, with donations to be mailed to Iron River accountant Andy Davis. Both are Democrats. The letter calls the charges against Shepich "strictly political," even though they were brought by Michigan Attorney Gen. Frank Kel-ley, a Democrat who did a radio ad for Shepich's 1992 campaign. The fund-raising letter describes Shepich's legal bills as "extremely high," but doesn't disclose the amount. Nor does it indicate the fees charged by his defense lawyer, Richard Zuckerman, a senior partner in Detroit's Honigman Miller Schwartz & Cohn, Michigan's fourth-largest law firm. A recent bid proposal from Honigman Miller to the state in an unrelated case proposed a $195-an-hour billing rate for the firm's lawyers. Shepich refused to reveal his legal costs. "It's important that I obtain good counsel," Shepich said. According to testimony at Friday's hearing, the lawmaker was in considerable financial trouble before his legal troubles began. Steven Polich, an Iron River lawyer and the president of Ski Brule, an Upper Peninsula resort, testified Friday that Shepich owed him $24,606 for a series of loans. The lawmaker has repaid very little of the loans, Polich said. I' Polich said one of the loans was $10,000 for stock Shepich purchased; others were for various expenses. Under the loose arrangement, Shepich is required to pay interest on some, but not all, of the loans. A conviction on the nine felony counts would not automatically cost Shepich his seat but the House could vote to expel him. i , Meanwhile, Shepich continues to serve. He said he has no plans to quit. Upbound Friday A.M. Algolake, 12:35; St. Clair, 2:15; tug Shannon (ar), 2:35; barge Marys-ville (ar), 2:35; Saturn (ar), 9:00; John J. Boland(ar), 11:05. P.M. Tadoussac, 1:10; tug WilfredM. Cohen (cl), 4:00; tug Shannon, 4:50; Coulant, 7:10; Paul H. Townsend (ar), 7:40; John B. Aird, 10:45; Peter Mi$e-ner, 11:30; Mesabi Miner, 11:35. ' ' . Downbound Friday A.M. Wolverine. 2:00; Lee A. Treguf-" tha, 2:30; John G. Munson, 4:25; ' '. Charles E. Wilson, 6:55; Joseph H, Frantz, 7:00; Aleksandr Starostenkq,, 10:55; Algorail, 11:55. P.M. Federal Ottawa, 1 2:00; Sam , Laud, 2:45; Sennevile (ar), 3:10; Fred R. White Jr., 3:15; Algowest, 4:00; John J. Boland (cl), 6:10; Armco, 1 0: 1 0; Arthur M . Anderson, 1 1 :30. ' ' (ar) arrived; (cl) cleared. CES i ::vmi rHT I .5 tTh of a Social S.' i. or SSI br?ftcsry or to ; Coil. 13! 3-772-1213 , thK 'ic-:)V through Friday. iu!v 9 of Wavne E.W. Local 17 for r-:o"'.'?i1 husband oi it fitter of Dsvid, .'fs, and Melissa, -'''! RciVfro. Also .vj.'-n. Funeral t .:?! war., 35 V, iii r,u.,':iv 4-v. M?h J. Lear :;rlc'.il-fn. Sisisr of ;,' Koerf low ., '.jcvf'ng and Harold iT-.ino K'Crr,r at Si?r- K ai IG-Jv a.m. at Roier jl t.or-ff;uniTy Cnurch of :?.; F-'onoa tonfribU' arify of donor choice. 87, .iuiy 9. 1993. Be-j? 3f fhfi (ate Arihiia, o'Hur q Andrew .-;rr';w an-i MMthe L-':tai services were ."rtV fit it. .Icon's jBrfttfl- re's, ;-.:mf;ifieid. Inter r.i voojia.vn Cemetery . t 'j r:t Julian ? Ju'yS. IW. Beloved r. -mrcic (Chrtsra), Ken u:ri. Thenne iNasrai) . i uor-i (Veivirt Hi cox. f .4'p pffiris srrt Ihe Infe -r..i jnioficr of 14, great ..i.-rr ii ;o S'Ster ot Seiie V ) aryc" Nichols. ViSita rGiy l('.v srvics More f ;-d : 4. 5nriu & 139 Inkster I' d Cfrry r.ls to First Baptist Li . July 10, 1993. Pje73 0f S fved husband of r 3t".er ?t Charles, ), rV.rs. ffonert ttr.n( Mrs. Jotoph ,:m:o, -rarites names, .'.i tGinyer ) CaHscn, ;'-.i.:;.iy 12 30-9. Rosary .w p. in. t-ravers i ues-h ict-n iVirhisr Futior- Y-v.j 'Jtie, South-i P.i-v.isy '.0 a.m. St. -'o'k. Church. Inter-..; '.-j o'Hope. t A :p ft? of Dearborn, . ' . L .iu'y 3 IWj. Dear : i -if , '-.' Daar tatlir ) V-i'i'jjrTi (Sindrai. ef er.-d Chrjs- . ..r. y. Rj'h Nor:ept . i l -r-.rrc-in-iaw ot Irene :'; lifK-a and Hatoid -i o .V-T-qan. Uncle of "K'.c'.-.y. A private ! -s fci-!d. OoMttons may to i'.c- cranty oi you1 ;--'?rrr-Ter ts ay tne Cr-Society of Michigan D?ar husband of -.-tcved Mth?r o tJ:ane lK ('', GCTQ ;- j sipiathcr of Mi- Uan), Kerry r.rothi-r cf Phyllis dlr, Certrud-3 (Bill) P Ar,o i-irvivfid bv 11 r.ren. r-Jfired from e i. j.--r(.i,r'5tor of ihe oi Spfjftwiflrtj, Ml. i -T '-by t)-9 (i m. scrip-? s:K,dv 7 P rsi. 'iimo-ice Monuisy l p.m. ri Htfii, 2iHl Caniff n?.mt"arr.ck. Private f annly CatHoiic Cerrt-wfling. '.:-0 . barest f?her of -' "..vrref-frt, Nor men, Cifl-'.::. h. Drains Siet'ig and ' ; IjO survived by on? .. r-;i-.j fc,-d 3 graod-. --r Vi'.i.'rion !0fl.ri-S o m. . r jurn Haie, Inc. Hnrjhvifte. Fur.er- :.? il a.n Word. at - i if-an Ch'jrrh, ; :-.c a:-d !t W;!e : .. . - ' .vemir'riii te tc :. i ' rvencir, Catcr . . r ;i o? corec!4ted. ; -'gp PC. 9. of :-irV Bf ;ovf;'-SDa!!J of r..-r 'ef-sr 5f Hich-Vd. t- of the late i Cc.i-ig. Atso leaves fjr.ncrMdrer' nd one : J it.yMer Sortce-, 10 d- a the .iaho K. run-ril Pw, S?'.- Fort, firW ViSi'a'it.n Sunday ; y p.rr.. interment Ojr Hope Cemetery. ..F.C.O J'jtv Bfioved hus-E . i '' fjtr.f no? Rcsato) Lovmg 1 - . . cf L ;C Si- ' fit.a-on), F-an- j-s aastiane'1! D?r I -;r .-,( Arnra'do f? ist lantih , . -1 j .- ; C ?' v: '? ' . V'Sit "it'OP f- s -'r p 1 Kifci C:ipl of if . ':'r cun'il . I m.v c it IS Vne at 3" $unJy inn lay DLAtSUS RUSSELL July 9, 1993. Husband of Setty; father of Christine and Kenneth; brother of Steven and Richard. Funeral from Lynch ft Sons Funeral Home. 1368 N. Crooks (betw. 1405 Ml.), Tuesday II a.m. Visitation Monday 2-9 p.m. Memorials may be made to the Michiyan Heart or Alzheimer's COYD RONALD WADE Born November 23, 1V57. died JulV 9, 1993. Aoe 35. Beloved husband of Kelly (nee Kudla); loving father of Christine (age 7); dearest son of uimoie Doyo tana ine tore vvn-iard-1936), dear brother of Dolores (Richard) Chaffin of Mur- treesboro, Tenn., Helen (David) Huddieston, Bitly (Linda), Jerry (Debbie), Terry (Brenda) and Harold (Susie); son-in-law of Norb (Lorraine) Kudla; brother-in-law of Kim (Bill) Tepel; also survived oy 17 nieces and nephews; tlx grest nieces and nephews, visitation Sunday S-9 p.m. and Monday 7 9 p.m. at the David J. Wysocki ?un?ral Home, 29440 Ryan Rd. (N. of 12 Mi.). Funeral services Tues- f,3y nam. interment Kesurrec Tien Cemetery. JOHM A. July 7. Age 43, beloved son of Ruth and the late Maj. John Boyle. Dear brother of Pamela dencm, susan uyncn ana wiicn-eile Piorkowski. Also survived by five nephews and one niece. John has managed several of Metro Detroit Finer Restaurants Inelud-ina The Fairlane Club, Scalloos and The Chambertafn In Dearborn. Memorial Mass 9 a.m. Monday at Sacred Heart Church, 7?4,i0 Michigan Ave., Dearborn, An anaemenis dv Mowe-reierson, Funeral Home541-1500 STATUS WALTER July 9, 1993. Age 67. to:, eeioveo nusoano ot Ann. Dear father ot Barbara ( John) Schmellngand K 1 ren (Martin) Fraschettl Grandfather of David and Kath rvn Schmelina and Martina. Lau ra and PaulaTraschettl. Brother ot Kathenne kozbk, sop hie rt- ran. ana Ann tvans. uroin- er-in-law of Michael Kozak and Sill and Ed Davis. Funeral ser vice Monday 9:30 at Harry J. Will Trust 106 Funeral Home 37000 Six Mi. (E. of 1-275) and 10 a.m. at St, Andrew bpiscopai Church Priver service Sunday ft D.m Visitation Saturdav 5-9; Sunday ?-9. Interment Glen Eden Ceme tery. Memorials may be made to i Anarew Lnurcn wiemonai und and American Diabetes Association DARNELL RUTH L. July 1, 1993. Beloved wife of the late Mark. Dear mother of Cheryl and the late Jill. Services Sunday 1 p.m. at John N. Sanfelu ft Son Funeral Home, 1139 Inkster Rd. (betn. Ford Rd. end Cherry hill). Memorials to Parkslde Church of Christ. DeFOUR ROBERT C. Age 59, July 9, of uenver, LOioraoo irormerry oi Sterling Hgts.). Dear brother of Emll DfiFour, Virginia Stopa, Phyllis Moskaltis. Ruth lacco. Joseph DeFour. Predeceased by oroiners wutreo, NorDerT, timer, and John. Foster father of Jo sephlne and Joseph. No funeral services will be held. Arranae- ments by Wm. Sullivan & Son Funeral Home, Utlca. DE MAYER MARY C. Aae 60 July 9. 1993 Beloved wife of Ted; dear mother ot K m (Keith) Mevers. Brian. Peg, Dan and Bob; grandmother ot Rebecca and Amy; sister of Lois Putman, Jerry Konchal and Grea Konchal. Services Fred Wood Funeral Home (Rice Cha- Peu, miuu hive mi. ho, (w. ot armfnaton Rd ). Monday 9:30 a.m. St. Colette Catholic Church 10a.m. Visitation Sunday 3-9 p.m. DeMERCURIO FRANK July 10. Beloved son of Antonia (Spa vale) and the late GiuseDDe. Dear brother of Victor tnancyj, vincem (Amoer, Angelina (Amino) Trovarelli, Joseph, Jr. (Judle), and Nephl, Sr. (Lorraine). Visitation at the Sterling Hats. Chanel of the Frank taicartrra puntrai Home, inc., 13650 E. 15 Mile Rd. at Schoenherr Sunday until 9 p.m. Memorial service 7:30 p.m. Burial private. Contributions to Hospice of SE rvwcnigan appreciates. CARR MARGARET J. Beloved wife of the late Forrest. Dear mother of Elizabeth (Bettv LeGrow, and Thomas and wife Carol. Also three grandchildren and one reai granaoaugmer. sister oj linn and h unhand Ben Davis, of Arlington, VA. Funeral Monday 11 a.m. at Cadillac Memorial Gardens East, Garfield at Clinton lver Rd. Memorials to the charily of your choice. Arrangements ay me a.m. refers f-unerai nome, at orosse roinie, t4-w CIARAMITARO WILLIAM A. Age 45. Of Warren eeioueo nusoana ot janei. uea UTipr of Doualas A.. Stacv M Matthew A., Rachel M. and Alex C. Dear arandfather of Nicole. Dear brother ot Char ene. oene and Sleven. Funeral Monday 8:45 n m. Kul Funeral Home, 27830 Gratict, Rosevflle; 9:30 a.m. As cension Church. Friends may .'i sit sunaav i-a o m. ana fr-y D.m prayers iunaay p.m. CLINGER VICTORIA P. (nee Obrecht) West Bioomfield. July 8, 1993. Age 93. Beioved wife of the late John Cunapr Dear mother of Mrs Lois D'Arcy, Wayne W. dinger, and Mrs. Janet Moore. Dear sister ot Mrs. Florence Liebia Also survived by 11 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral service from Godhardt-Tomlinjon Funeral Home, 2904 orchard l ane Ha., Keeao HarDor. Monday 9:30 a.m.; Mass at Prince of Peace Church, 4300 Walnut Lake Rd., W. Bioomfield at to a.m. Kosarv sundav :JU D.m. hrtenos may can aunaay j-y p.m. COLOMB MARCEL H. Age 88 Retired. Died July 6, 1993 at Merrltt Manor In Fionca. Born Feb. 5, 1905 in La Salle, Quebec. Member of the Kn-arts of Columbus Council Ed ward Mooney, Past Grand Com mander ot tne 1 Ordono Caravan No. 129. Survived by three daughters, Yvonne Hartford of Little ton, Colorado, Joanne Jennings of Garden City, Ml. and Catherine Lampoon ot Byron, iaiiT. ne is survived by eiaht arandchildren. ten great grandchildren. He will be sadly mtssed by his family and fnends. Donations can be made to the Heart Association. Memorial rnss at St. Gerards Church, 19900 Pembroke, Detroit at 11 a.m. July 12. interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery following Mass. Ver-ter : jb trc .tai :--tc A-.sc, Fra bo!d S7-sr, i g? 97 of ti-'aw of bo'di- Cyiihta v.icK!l Boi-Jisiar, Car J'.'.ft. Bj'd.siar and ?r.ti-ir. Alio iurvtvpd by Hdren. V'StTa COTTRILL SILL E. 70 of Harbor Springs, died July 8, 1993 at Northern Michigan Hospital. v.ais of the Resurrection will be held 11 a.m. Monday, July 12, at Holy Childhood Catholic Church n Harbor Sennas. He is survived by his wife, Muriel; ?wo sisters, Mrs. jerry woycej Simnson of Denver. Colo.: Mrs. William (Phvliss) Kendall of Golden, Colo.; a brother, Leslie Cottrti of Haroor spnnas; aunt, Mrs. Louise Grimes ot Alpena, nieces and nephews, in-eluding Craig Cottrill of Harbor ipnnijs; Cathy Jo Cottrill of Lansing and Sue Anne A'Bayya of Ann Arbor; other nieces are Judy Jennifer Simpson ot Denver, Colo . Kim Yeckey of Flinf, and ctenq and Jenifer Biddauiph, botn of Flint. The family suggest memorial contributions be made to the Harbor gs to be used for educational rests. Envelopes will be avai at'ie at Schiller Funeral Home in Wflrtor Springs where friends and frni'y mav call 6-9 D m. Sunday, iu';y U. A rosary will be recited $ p.m. Sunday at tne funeral home. j-is '' Cjy 1 K tuvants Foundation of Harbor -rr. Church j springs to be used for educational j a m at t' e D-ivid reral H"me, ?L40 n M;f), t jt ; ,c C"wcn for i;i DEATON ROBERT J. Age 69 Of Oakland, lornieriy o' 31. ciair snores. July 10, 1993. Husband of Eleanor, father of Mike (Maureen) and David; two grandchildren; brother of Margaret Ball. Funeral service Tuesday tl a.m at Pixtev Funeral Home, 372 W. University r Kocnesier visitation iunoay 7-9 p m and Monday 2-5 and 7-9 p m Masonic memorial service Monday evening. DENOMY DENIS A. Beloved husband of the late Irene; dear father of Mrs. Anthony (M. Denise) Treusch; grandfather of Charlsse Sfmonian and Christopher Treusch; brother of Isidore Denomv, Gerald ue nomme, Urban Denomme and the late Lucv Hartman, Emma Be dard, Omer Denomme, Lenore DuCnarme, Dora Papineau and tmery uenomme. visitation at the A.H. Peters Funeral Home, 20705 Mack at Vernier, Grosse Pte. Woods, Tuesday 1-10 p.m. In state Wednesday 9:30 a.m. until time of Mass at 10 a.m. at St. Lucy Church, St. Clair Shores. Rosary Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Memorials to the American Heart Association appreciated. DE RAM MATHILDE Beloved wife of the late Piorent. uear sister ot the late Marie van Rossen, Juno DeMol and irma Vroman. Sur vived by one niece and two neohews. Funera trom the Arthur J. VanLerberghe Funeral Home, 30600 Harper, St. Clair Shores (betw. 12-13 Mile Rd), Monday morning 9:30 a.m., and St. Gertrude Church 10 a.m. Rosa ry Sunday evening 7:30 p.m. visiTanon sunoay i-v. DERUSHA ANNETTE Dearest mother of William W. (Caryn) and Mrs. (Ray) Sharon Yancy. Also survived by five grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Dear sister ot Blanche Godfrey, Walter (Connie) Moreau. Funeral service Monday 11 a.m. at the Chapel of the E.J. Mandzfuk ft Son Funeral Directors 22642 Ryan, (l blk S. of 9 Mile) Warren. Rev. uorman Ray officiating. DOMBROWSKI STANLEY July 9, 1993. Age 75. Beloved husband of the late Shir ley. Loving father of Violet (Don) Bicsak, Sunnie (Wes) Pfelffer, Shirley (Chuck) Davidge and Valerie (Ernie) Hannah. Dear arandfather of 11; areat arandfa ther of ten. Also survived by his owners, jonn, waiter ana wn-llam. Funeral service Monday 10 a m. at the Leonard A. Turowskl ft son Funeral Home vjuu Middle-belt Road (S. of W. Chicago). Interment Parkview Cemetery Visitation Saturday 1-9 p.m. and sunaay u noon umit y p.m. DUROCHER, JOHN A. Of Weterford; July 9, 1993; age 67. Husband of Dee. Father of John N Mark R. (Lois). Grea M. and the late Paul J. Durocher. Also survived by three grandchildren and Six brothers and sisters. Mass of Christian Burial, Monday 11:00 a.m., St. Per pet ua Catholic Church, 134 Airport Rd., Water- ford. Family will receive friends Sunday 3-5 and 7-9 o m. at the Kiversio inapti, impson-nnoa-eti Funeral Home 5630 Pontiac Lk. Rd., Waterford. In state at cnurcn after iu a.m. Monday Interment Ottawa Park Ceme tery. Memorials to Michigan Heart Assoc. or Michigan Cancer r-ounoaiion. t DUSCHNAT DAVID Aae 34. Julv 8 Beloved son ot Kan. uear Drofner ot Diana. Barbara (Albert) Poma and Marvin. Uncle of Daniel Hebel. Grandson of Joseta steniei. visitation Sunday 1 2-9 p.m. at Buehlor Funeral Home. 26429 Gratiot, Roseville Funeral service Monday. In state iu to n a.m. rime ot service at uur Savior Lutheran Church, Eimdale at oicKerson, Detroit ENSINGER RAY July 9, 1993 Aoe 89, suddenly. Married 53 years to beloved wife Jane; also survived y his Drotner-in-iaw jack smith Mary), sisters-in-law Elizabeth (wife of the late Dudley Smith), Mary Mc Bnde (Bill), and Harriet twite ot the late Harold Enstn-oer), and many nieces, neohews. great-meces and great-nephews, Mr. Ensinger was with HoMey Carburetor for 39 years, retiring as Chief of Research ft Development Design in 1979. A lifetime member of the Society of Automotive Engineers, Mr. Ensinger started nis automotive career working directly under Henry Ford on the develODment of the first Ford VI engine in what is now Greenfield Village. There will be no visitation. Memorial service details are Dendma. For additional information please call the Hteeney-Sundqulst Funeral Home, Farming'on, at 474-5200. Memorial confribulirns are suggested to the cha.tty of one s choice. Todays Alphabetical Listing Acker, Gerald C. Alexander, Patricia M. Aljian, Anna Anderson, Doris M. Anderson, Joseph W. Arp, Robert W. Backus, John M. Balko, Howard F. Balogh, John J. Bastianelli, Alberico Blaisus, Russell Boldiszar, Joseph Boyd, Ronald Wade Boyle, John A. Bratus, Walter Carr, Margaret J. Ciaramitaro, William A. dinger, Victoria P. Colomb, Marcel H. Cottrill, Bill E. Darnell, Ruth L. Deaton, Robert J. DeFour, Robert C. DeMayer, Mary C. DeMercurio, Frank Denomy, Denis A. DeRam, Mathilde Derusha, Annette Dombrowski, Stanley Durocher, John A. Duschnat David Dymek, Walter A. Ensinger, Ray Finch, Rose M. Gadish, Julia E. Hamm, Raymond A. Harninq, Mona Curtis Gagnon, Lawrence A. Gates, Dorothy A. Gerwolls, Bernard W. Glowicki, Joseph J. Goldman, Maurice A. Hagadon, O. A, Harsh, Daniel R. Hartung, Heinz C. Hawley, Ruth V. Ignasiak, George R. Irons, Andrew Jankowski, Walter Jehl, Eugene Kashishian, Arsha P. King, Herbert H. Knoblock, Mae M. Larivee, Marvin E. Lincicome, Marjorie Littleton, Evelyn C. Matla, Barbara C. Mcgowan, Francis P. Mcindoe, Emily L. Merna, Helen Michels, James Miller, Harry J. Morrison, Roderick A. Mullins, Gilbert Nagele, Charles Neph, John C. Nonte, Ned Nowakowski, Kristina T. Odette, Mary Lena Ogden, Keith W. Olah, Mary Olson, Oscar L. O'Neill, Margaret Ann Overfield, Marie C. Petteys, Edward F. Pidd, Vivian A. Pietrzak, Rose Polkinghorn, Harry Prus, Thaddeus Psenka, Joseph A. Ranger, Justine L. Rehdorf, Marjorie M. Reilly, Lydia M. Richards, John W. Roberts, Minnie Rollings, Violet Cummings Rossi, Barbara J. Sangbush, Eleanor A. Scholfield, Lyman J. Secord, Ann Skuban, Cora S. Stamp, Donald J. Stolar, Elizabeth Strobel-Paddock, Meta E. Sulak, Joseph Swanston, Cynthia R. Taylor, William Jennings, Todd, Robert G. Tosolt, Dorothy F. Ungaro, Carmine Vandermeer, Millard M. Witkowski, Thelma Louise Wright, Bradley J. Young, William A. Zdn, Woynick John MATLA BARBARA C. Beloved dauohter of Raymond and Helen Matla; also aunts, uncles and cousins survive. Funeral Tuesday 9 a.m. W. Bozek Funeral Home, 4016 Martin (corner ot Edward St.), Detroit. Our Lady Queen of An- Sels Church 9:30 a.m. Interment t. Hedwlg Cemetery. Parish Rosary Monday evening 7 p.m. McGOWAN FRANCIS P. "MICKEY" July 9, 1993. Husband of Jovce M. (Molr). Father of Joyce Sullivan, Julie Plotrowskl. Thomas, Patrick, Robert, and Maryann. Brother of Winifred Jones, Gerald and Wilson Clement. Nine grandchildren. In state Wm. Sullivan ft Son Funeral Home 705 W. 11 Mile (4 blks. E. of Woodward) Royal Oak Sunday 12-4 end 6-9 and Monday 12-9. Service Tuesday St. Marv Church, Royal Oak 10:30 a.m. In state at Church from 9:30 a.m. Memorials to the American Heart Assn. appreciated. MclNDOE EMILY L. (BRANDES). Age 91. Of Corunna. Formerly of Wyandotte and Trenton. July 7, 1991 At her request, her body was donated to the University of Michigan Medical School. She was born In Wyandotte, May 11, 1902. She was married to David Mcindoe who predeceased her. Survivors in clude a daughter Betty (Bernard) Dahl of Howell, a son Paul (Dorothea) Tubb of Mesa, Arizona. Six arandchildren. Ten oreatarand- children. Sister of Alice Casper of Wyandotte. The family was served by Smith Funeral Homes, Krios mapei, corunna. ODETTE MARY LENA Aae 89. Beloved wire or ine iaie Kay mona; survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral from the Wm. J. Duross Funeral Home, 28499 Schoenherr (S, of 12 Ml.), Warren, Monday 9-15 a.m.. St. Isaac Jo- gues church 10 a.m. Prayers sunaay p.m. OGDEN KEITH W. Aae 31, of Westland Beloved son of Mary Ann and the late John; dear brother of Nancy Barrons, Donna LaMore and San dra Beasley; survived by one grandmother. Family will receive friends Saturday. July 17, from 9:30 until 10 a.m. time or Memorial Mass at St. Mary's Catholic Church In Wayne. Further information may be received from Uht r-unarai nome, i-bw. OLAH MARY Beloved wife of the late Alex. Dear mother of Alex, Carol roynter, Leroy ana rne iaie Aiian 11 arandchildren, 17 areat arand children. Dear sister of Minnie Guibord and Alberta Arko. Visitation Sunday 3-9 p.m. Services Monday 10 a.m. at the Charles R. Step Funeral Home 18425 Beech uaiy wo. tPeT. a- nnnet. DYMEK WALTER A. age 73 of Traverse City died Friday, July 9, 1993 at traverse uiy tommuniTy Hospital. He was the husband of Norine, stepfather of Bonnie Moore and Ronnie Houahtallna. Brother of Wanda (Peter) Skorupa and Heien uymen. ranatainer ot a, uncle of A. Cremation has taken place. A memorial mass will be held at a later date. Memorials to Christ the King Catholic Church tsunaing r-una, Acme, vt. wiu. PINCH ROSE M. Dearest mother of Caro vn (Gil) Wo c k, Larrv Na ti ), Peggy (Duncan). Dorothy (Len) Kraienke, Cliff Finch, and Cathy (Paul) Wasko. Also five granacniiaren; toaie, trie, kosb, Ray, and Samantha. One sister, Marv Frv. Funeral service Tues day 11 a.m. at the Chapel of the E.J. Mandiluk & Son Funeral Directors, 22642 Ryan Rd. 1 blk S. of 9 Mile) Warren. Visitation Sunday o-v p.m., Monday I2:3u-y. GADISH JULIA E. July 9, 1993. Dear mother of Susan (Richard) Kun- nam. sister ot tva crowiey, Betty LUKavsxy ana r-ranx K.anuncK. Also survived bv two arandchild ren. Linda and Steven (Deborah) and two great grandchildren, Steven Jr. and Melodv. Visitation Sunday 1-9 p.m. at D, 5. Ttmrows-kl Funeral Home, 30009 Hoover Road at Common (12Vi Mile). In state Monday 9 a.m. St. Sylvester Church until time of Mass at 9:30 m. Rosary Sunday 4 p.m. GAGNON LAWRENCE A. Age 72, July 10, 1993 of Allen Park. Beloved hus band of Marie. Loving father of jonei ana Dryan. ueorest grandfather of Danielle. Funeral services from the Martenson Funer al Home, 10915 Allen Rd. (corner of Goddard) Wednesday 8:45 a.m to St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church at 9:30 a.m. Entombment Michigan Memorial Park. Visitation Monday 5-9 and Tuesday 12-9. Wake service Tuesday 8 p.m. GATES DOROTHY A. June 29. 1993 Be loved wife of John E. Gates Jr.; dearest mother of John E. Gates in and wniiam m. Gates; also tour ieces and one neohew. Memorial service Tuesday 12 noon at the North Congregational Church, iti Mortnwesiern nwy., aoutn- eia. Mien, wemor a triDutes to: lewelvn HouseC B. Residential. 28000 Middlebelt, Farmington Hills 48334 or Birmingham Central Mwanist-oundation, J1G Arlington Dr., Birmingham, Mi. 4802$. Arrangements by Vasu, Rodger a ionnit .napei ot a. j. ues- mona sons, mv-uw GERWOLLS BERNARD W. Aae 76 of Lincoln Park. Retired from Ford Motor lo. ivb. veteran ot WWII. Beloved husband of Elizabeth Dear father of Dr. Marilyn K. Gerwolls ot ueiron, wi ana wirs. Mowara (Shirley) Paskie ot Wl. Also sur vived by one granddaughter, two ureal granoaaugmers ano a sister Mrs. Arlene Sroka of NV Visitation Sunday 12-9 pm. and Services Mondav 11 a m. at the J.L. Peters Funeral Home 3880 Fort, Lincoln Park. 928-6500 . Interment Michigan Memorial Mark, net rock. Ml GOLDMAN MAURICE A. Age 77 of Vanderbilf . lanes ana Bonus Springs. Fla. Died Julv 4. LJ 1993 In Naples. Fla. Born in Ann Arbor, Ml. he was co-Fovnaer ana owner of ioia man Manufacturing Co., inc., an industrial packaaina firm, head quartered in Detroit, prior to his retirement to Florida from Bir mingham, Ml. Mr. Goldman was a u.s. r rny veteran ot worig War II, decorated w-th Silver Star and Purple Heart. Surviving family members include: His Be- toveo wife ot w years, Betty M. Goldman of Bonita Springs, Flori da, two daughters and their husbands, Cherne and Dennis Mc braver ot Livonia. Penny and Howard Fe'dman of Bioomfield Hills a son and his wife, Scott and Sandv Goldman of Grand Raoids and his four grandchildren, Greg, jett, saran ana uamet. private family services were held in Bonita Springs. The family re- Suests contributions be made to idney Foundation of S W. Florida. 2924 Del Prsdo Blvd S , Cape Coral, Fla. 3W4 in memory of Maurice Alton Goldman. I GLOWICKI JOSEPH J. Sr. Julv 9. 1993 Beloved husband of Florence. Dearest father of Teresa (Wil llam) Lerch. Joanna (Jerrv) Muc ciante, and Joseph Jr. Grandfa ther ot four, tsrotner ot jonn ana Genevieve G owick . Funeral Monday 8:45 a.m. from the Kaul Funeral Home, 3520) Garfield, (N of 15 Mile) Clinton Twp., to St. Valerie Catholic Church 9:30 a.m. Rosarv Sunday 7:30 D.m. Visita tion Sunday 2-9 p.m. Memorial contributions to the Pulmonary KenaoiiiTBTion center, wi, Siemens General Hospital would be appreciated. HAGADON O. A. July 9, Age 83. Beloved husband of the ate Veda Irene. Dear father of Allen. Grandfather of Jennifer. Services at Manns- Ferguson Funeral Home, 17000 Middlebelt (5. ot6MHe), Tuesday 10 a.m. Visitation Sunday 12-4 and o-y; wongay i-v. HAMM RAYMOND A. Husband of the late Myrtle; father of Elinor Hamm, Raymond Hamm and Randall Hamm (Estelle); four grandchildren; brother of Eugene, Robert ana ine iaie Deny ueneau. runer-al Wednesday 11 a.m. at the A.H. Peters Funeral Home, 20705 Mack at Vernier, Grosse Pte. Woods. Visitation Monday and Tuesday 3-10 p.m. Memorials to the Alihei- mers Foundation appreciated, HARNING MONA CURTIS Age 60 of Allen Park. Beloved wife of Roy. Dearest mother of Carol Curtis and Cliff (Carolyn) Curtis. Dear stepmother of Michael (Ellen), Suzanne, Mark (Kathy), and Patricia ( James) Milotz. Dear daughter of Lloyd and Lillian Wicks. Also surviveo Dy tnree granacniiaren and six steD-arandchlldren. Fu neral nnonaay i p.m. oi voran r-unerai noma (Alien tarit ina- pel), 5900 Allen Rd. Visitation Sunday 4-9 p.m. Interment Wood-mere Cemetery. HARSH DANIEL R. Dexter, Ml. Age 42. Died suddenly. Thursday, July 8, iyyj. oeiovea nusoano ot uonna. Beloved father of Deborah, Dian-na. Danielle. Funeral services Tuesday, July 13, 1993, 10 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Dexter. Ml. Visitation Sunday 6-8 p m. at the Hosmer-Muehlig Fu- nvrai nemo, uexrer, nni, monaay 1-5:30 at the funeral home, and a 7 30 Vigil service at St. Joseph Latnonc unurcn. HARTUNG HEINZ C. Aae 86 Julv 9. 1993 Of Rochester Hills, formerly of Southgate. Beloved husband of wary; aear tamer ot uary nar-ol); dear orandfather of Kurt. Mark and the late Brad; dear brother-in-law of John and Joyce tsKra, uaie ana prances Kaiser, Katherine LeMothe and Jenny Rojas. For further info please call the Schrader Funeral Home at 453-3333. Memorials to the charity qt your cnoice appreciaieg. HAWLEY RUTH V. Born In Detroit, Ml, Died Julv 2, 1993 In Denver, Colorado. Wife of Milo Hawley; mother of Suzanne Marquez; randmother ot Jeff, Ruth and ilemon Marquez, all of Denver. IGNASIAK GEORGE R. Beloved husband of Marlon; father of Mrs. Paul Mary) Lathrop, Susan lanasiak, Mrs. Paul (Donna) Wormsbach- Mrs. Bruce Barbara) Danks. Mrs. Randy (Ann) Frederick, Mrs. Lvle (Nancv) Crlscuolo. Gary, Terry, George, David and Michael; also 21 arandchildren. Funeral services Monday 1030 a m. in the Chrisne-Olszewski Funeral Heme, 363)0 Main St., New Baltimore, and 11 a m. Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Anchorviile. Visitation Sunday 1-9 p.m. Memorials to immaculate loncepnon scnooi would be appreciated. IRONS ANDREW (Bud) July 8, 1993 Age 90. Beloved husband of Katherine. Dear father of Janet Shield, Rob ert, Thomas, Patricia Campbell, and James. Dear brother of Margaret Anderson. Grandfather of 15. Great-grandfather of two. Visitation Saturday 4-8, Sunday 2 4 and 6 8 at Harry J. wm Funeral Home. 37000 Six Mile Rd.. Livonia. Rosary Sunday 7 p.m. Mass Monday It a m. at St. Kenneth Church. Ir.4rment Parkview Memorial Cerf etery. Memorial tributes to chanty. JANKOWSKI WALTER Age 76. Dear brother of John (Julia). Former husband of Genevieve. Member ot vfw Post 4404, and Cardinal Mercfer Knights of Columbus. Rosary Sunday 5 p.m. Funeral Monday 9:30 a.m. Krot Funeral Home, 2687 Canlff (365-5240), to St. Ladlslaus (.nurcn. tsuriai mi. uiivet. JEHL EUGENE (BUD) Age 76. July 8, 1993. Beloved husband of the fate Irene. Dear father of Tom, Melan- e (Tom) Me ton and Jim (Marv). Grandfather of Ron, Robin, David, Joey, Brlanne, Michael and Emily. Great grandfather of Ron Jr. Brother of Maurice of California and Herb of Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Funeral service at the R.G. A G.R. Harris Funeral Home, 15451 Farmlnaton Road and 5 Mile, Livonia Monday 11:30 a.m. to St. Michael Catholic Church at 12:15 p.m. Rosary Sunday 2 p.m. Visitation Sunday 12 noon uniti p.m. loniriuurions id the American Cancer Society. KASHISHIAN ARSHA P. Wife of the late Avedls Dear mother of Mickev (Ellen), Mike (Lucv) and Georae (Don na). Also ten grandchildren and u great granacniiaren. visitation Sunday at St. John Armenian Church, 6-9 p.m. Prayers 8 p.m. Funeral Monday 10 a.m. Memorials may be made to the Church, Arrangements by Edward Korko- nan runerai nome MERNA HELEN Dear wife of John. Dear mother of Diana (John) Kerr and William (Kathy) Korbelak. Five grandchildren. Sister of Al Ran-ski, Norbert Melnik, and Pauline Norwick. in state at tne l. j, Griffin Funeral Home, 7707 Mid dlebelt until Mondav 9 P.m. St Michael's Orthodox Church, 26355 w. inicago luesaay v:ju a.m.; service 10 a.m. Interment Gran-dlawn Cemetery. Visitation Sunday 6-9 p.m., Monday 1-9 p.m, rrayers wongoy : w p.m. MICHELS JAMES Age 37. Beloved son of Dr. Robert Michels and the late Ma rie. Grandson of Mildred Michels and Geneva Tromb ev. Dear orotner ot Kooerr (Janet;, rat ILIWJ, LM . IIMIIOIH F 11111119 aitu Mrs. Larry (Amy) Dunn. Also three nieces and four nephews. Funeral Monday 11 a.m. from the Verheyden Funeral Heme, 16300 Mack at Outer Dr. Visitation Sunday 1-9 p.m. Contributions to Tne assoc. ot Keraraeo imzens, MILLER HARRY J. Died July 9. 84 years, Lovlno husband of the late Helen. Beloved father of Jerome Miller and Adrianne (Melvin) Blight. Three arandchildren, two areat arandchildren and three sisters. Visiting 4-9 p.m. Sunday Dlener Funeral Home, 48271 Van Dyke (betw. 21-22 Mile), Utlca. Chris tian Funeral Service from the Dlener Funeral Home at 10 a.m Monday. Julv 12; and 10:30 a.m St. John Vlanney Catholic Church, Utlca. Prayer service Sunday 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Family suggests memorials to American Cancer Society in nis memory. KING HERBERT H. July 1, 1993. In Bremerton, Washington, formerly of Birmingham. Dear husband of Lois; dear father of Michael (Bonnie) and Jeffery (Lisa) King; dear grandfather of Michelle Drach and Laura Bauman; also tnree greatgrandchildren Michael, Brittany and Brady. Mr. King was a retired General Plants Manager from Chrysler Corp. and a past president of Balrenco Industries In San Jose, Calif., a WWII Navy pilot, past president of Birmingham Country Club, and a member of the Presidents Club at Michigan state University. Pri vate memorial services win oe held Friday, July 16. Donations can be made to the Michigan State University Development r-una in Mr. King s name. KNOBLOCK MAE M. Age 90. July 8. Dear wife ot ine iaie Anarew. uear motner of Dorothy (Mark) Vender Evk, uear sister ot Mrs. Mamie bar ren. Mrs. Florence scotf. Mrs. Annabelle Parker. Charles and uamei oussure. Atso survivea oy tour aranacnnaren ana etant reat grandchildren. Prayers londay 10 a.m. at the Northrop Funeral Home, 22401 Grand River (Redford) and to St. Agatha Catholic Church for a 10:30 a.m. Mass. Rosary Sunday. Visitation Saturday 4-9 p.m. and Sunday 12 noon until y p.m. LARIVEE MARVIN E. Beloved husband of Lois. Father of Marvin 111 and James. Survived bv five arand children. Brother ot Robert. Visi tation at a.h. peters Funeral Home, 20705 Mack Avenue at Woods 1-8 p.m. Sunday. In state at First English Lutheran Church, 800 Vernier Road, Grosse Polnte Woods Monday 10 a.m. until time of services 10 30 a.m. Memorials to the Michigan cancer Foundation or Flrsl English Lutheran inurcn wouio oe appreciatea. LINCICOME MARJORIE July I, 1993. Age 85. Beloved mother of Pat, Tom and Audrey. Also survived by arandchildren and areat orana- chiidren. Funeral sevice Mondav 11 a.m. at McCabe Funeral Home jivmj w. 12 Mile Rd., Farmington Hins. visitation Sunday 1-9 D m. Memorials may be made to Ward I'resDytenan cnurcn. LITTLETON EVELYN C Age 82. July 9, 1993. Beloved wife of John. Sister of Lorraine Hall. Aunt of Kathleen Hall, Don Sielaff, and Elaine Lang. Former employee of Shedds-Barfush Foods. Visitation Sunday noon-9 p.m. at the Harry j. mil iruT iw runerai nome, 37000 Six Mile Rd., Livonia. Services Monday 11 a.m. Interment G'en Eden. Memorials to Christ, Our Saviour Lutheran Church,) Livonia. I MORRISON RODERICK A. Aoe 84 of Lexlno ton, July 9. Former employee of Detroit Edison Co. Predeceased oy or of hers Norman and Kenneth, sisters Isabella MacKenzie, Annie and Marv Morrison. Sur vived by two nieces, Catherine kuckot Farmington runs, Margaret Velkv of St. Paul, Minn: neohew. Anous MacKenzie of Livoma. masonic services i ues-dav evening Pomtrov Funeral noma, Lexington, ouriai services Acacia rant lemeiery mapei, Southfield 11 a.m. Wednesday. Visltlna 2-9 Tuesday. Memorial donations to the Masonic Lodge, co Tom Drake, 3805 Parker Rd., ron Huron, mi wuau. MULLINS GILBERT Beloved husband of Mime. Dearest father of Mrs. Marv Jane McGhee. Clarance. and Linda Whitaker. Also sur vived oy tour granacniiaren ana two great grandchildren. Visitation Sunday 1-9 at Don Graham Trust 100 Funeral Heme 1005 Junction at Fisher Frwv. Service rvujnaay l noon NAGELE CHARLES July 8. Beloved hus- toana ot rne iaie Beatrice. Loving father of Dorine, Barbe, Marilyn Jahoda and Evelvn Naaele. Survived bv four grandchildren and eight ireaT-granacniiaren, tsrotner ot .orralne Cootwav. Funeral ser vices Monday 10 a.m. at the i.vinv e son runerai name, uiui tt. riai i rii, icsi uui u. out i- al Grandlawn Cemetery. Scrip ture service sunaay p.m. visitation Sunday 1-9. NEPH lUU f I.. I.. IM . ot KouerT ana jane mee LarRinj, uear orotner ot tne ate Rooen l. and brother In law of Joy. Dear orotner ot ram ijim; teter, ana Kitty (Dan) Fauls. Uncle and Godfather of Christy Neph, also uncle of Michael and David Peter. and Daniel, Richard, David, and rvatie i-auis. visitation Minaav z-a P.m. Memorial service Mondav 10 a.m. ar jonn n. santeiu ft son Funeral Home, 1139 inkster Rd. toem. rora ko. ana merry mhu Memorials to Multiple Sclerosis! society tor Research. NONTE NED Beloved husband of the late Pauline. Dearest father of Beverly Nonte S.S. J., Paul (Joan) mome, ana tne late Mary Ann monte ana oereio tearoara) Brother of Ernest, Louise Lo-rentz. Sr. Virginia Clare Nonte and one great-granddaughter. oerviies ungnooy t: is a.m. from Ford Funeral Home, 26560 Van Dyke; 10 a.m. at Our Ladv Oueen ot neaven. interment mi. unvet Visitation Sunday 7-9 D.m.. with Rosary recited at 3 p.m. NOWAKOWSKI KRISTINA T. Age 12. July 9 Beloved dauohter of Kathv (Klr- chler) and Raymond. Dearest sister of Brian. Loving granddaughter of Theresa and Louis Kircnler and Virginia (Novak) Nowakowski and the lete Leon ard. Funeral from the Detroit Chapel of the Frank J. Calcaterra Funeral Home, Inc. 16090 East Seven Mile Road (Moross at KellyLMonday 9:45 a.m., St. Jude Churer at 10:30 a.m. Prayer service Sunday 7 p.m. I OLSON OSCAR L. (OZZIE) Beloved hus band of the late Jean K. Dear father of Ronald L. (Joan), Nets L. II (Susan). Lance K. (Judy), and Christopher S. Olson. Eight grandchildren. Funeral 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 13 at Grosse Polnte Memorial Church, 16 Lakeshore Rd., Grosse Po nte Farms. Contr - buttons to the church or charity of your choice. Arrangements by Verheyden Funeral Home of orosse rointe, aoi-tnuu, O'NEILL MARGARET ANN Beloved wife of William. Dear mother of Robert, Daniel, John', and E'fleen. li granacniiaren, tour great grano children. Sister ot Peter, Mary, George, Tommy, Richard, and Theresa McLauahlfn. Funeral from the Salowlch & Stevens rvntrai nwnii, jojj iiveinut Wednesday 9:15 a.m. Most Hoiy Trinity 10 a.m. Interment Mt. Olivet. Rosary Tuesday 8 p.m. In state Mon. e-y p.m., i ues, i-y p.m OVERFIELD MARIE C. July S, age 77. Wife of the late Byron (Ray). Memorial mass Saturday July 17, 4 p.m. at Kiver lowers, cw c. jenerson, Detroit. Interment Worcester, Mass. Arrangements by Wllhelm runerai nome, oa-iw. PETTEYS EDWARD F. Julv 9. 1993. Husband of Joan H. (Anderson). Father of Valerie (Gary) Gaeth, Jeffrey, Steven (Debbie), Douglas and the iate Aian. urotner ot uonaio ana Richard. Four aranddauahters. Services Wm. Sullivan & Son Funeral Home 705 W. 11 Mile (4 blks. E. of Woodward) Roval Oak Tuesday 11 a.m. visitation Sunday ana Monday 1-5 p.m. and 7-9 .m. ramny suggests memorials o Hospice of Southeastern Michi gan or the Michigan Cancer rounaation. PIDD VIVIAN A. East Tawas. Died July 9, 1993. Age 73. Beloved mother of Jeffrey McBride of Farmington runs, i wo granacniiaren. services Sunday 1 p.m. Zlon Luther an Church, Tawas. Jacques Kobs East Chapel, East Tawas. PIETRZAK ROSE July 7, 1993. Beloved wife of the late Joseph. Dear mother of Mrs. jonn iMicneiej routis, Mrs. Tom (Patricia) Pallarlto, Michael and Patrick (Sandra) Pietrzak. Grandmother of Robert, Brooke, Blake, Alex and Sarah. Memorial services Tuesday 11 a.m. at Holy Innocents Church, 16365 Frazho Road, Roseville. Services under the direction of The Sterling Heights Chapel of the Obarzanek Funeral Home 3J250 Ryan Road. POLKINGHORN HARRY Age 97, of Ferndale. Father of Dorothy Norman; two grandchildren and four areat ranaennaren. uear Tneng ot rtrs. wa v sn a er. Irene and Theresa Venadam and Shannan and Debbie Shidier, and daughters. Visitation Sunday 2-5 and 7-9 S.m. r-unerai ii a.m. Monaay at paulding A Curtln Funeral nome, aw w. y mi. ro Ferndaie. PRUS THADDEUS TED) July 7, 1993, eeiovea nuspana ot ne en. ue- arest father of Michael, Connie and Thaddeus C. Dear brother of the late Emit. Dear brother-ln-iaw of Marie Prus and Bern a and Henry Buryta. Loving uncle of Theresa and Stanley, veteran of Korean War, member of Catholic War Veterans and K of C Holy Cross Council Third Degree. Funeral Monday 8:45 a.m. from the Jarzembowskl Funeral Home 18957 W. Warren at Artesian to Church of the Divine Child 9:30 a.m. interment 5t. Heawig ceme tery. Rosary Sunday 7:30 p.m. PSENKA JOSEPH A. July 7, 1993 of Bloom- field Hills. Husband of Thelma. Father of Joseph Jr., Joanne Psenka and Carolyn Psenka Ry-bicki. Brother of Nicholas and William Psenka and Caroline Dornberoer. Grandfather of Jon athan, Lisa and Charles Psenka. Memorial service at Kirk In the Hills, 1340 w. Long Lake Rd. Bioomfield Hills Tuesday. Julv 13. 11 a.m. Memorial tributes may be made to Cranbrook Hosolce Care or o.m.i. tngmeering & Manage ment institute, runt. mi. Ar rangements bv the Wm. R. Hamil- Ton lo. ot pjrmmgnam. 644-owu REHDORF MARJORIE M. Of Lakevllle. July a, ivyj. Age s. Loving wife ot Louis M. Rehdorf. Dear mother of Barbara (Bud) Ohslek, Joan (Vlnce) Goeddeke, Marlene Lou-wers and Marianne Lupo. Also survived by two sisters. 15 arand children and six areat arandchild ren. Mass of the Resurrection Monday, July 12, 10 a.m. at Assumption Grotto Catholic Lnurcn, uu tiratiot, Detroit, in state at church after 9 a m. Monday. Family will receive friends Saturday and Sunday 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. at Potere-Modetz runerai nome. jjv wa nut. Kocn- ester. Rosary Sunday 7:30 p.m. Interment Assumption Grotto Cemetery. Memorials to Hospice S E. Michigan. ROLLINGS VIOLET CUMMINGS Wife Of the late John W. Rollings. Mother of Mrs. Robert (Joan) Sabo. Grandmother of Mrs. Susan Taylor and Mrs. Lisa Prlngle. Also three areat arandchildren. Arrange ments by the A.H. Peters wneral: Home of Grosse Polnte 884-5500 RANGER JUSTINE L. Age 77. 15yr. resident of Harsens Island. Dear mother of Sandra Boyer; grandmother of Lisa, Mike, David, Donna, Jon and Bill; seven great granacniiaren. Memorial service Saturday, July 17, 1993 at 9:30 a.m. at St. Lawrence Church. Utlca. Memo rials suggested to Capuchin Soup Kitchen, 1820 Mt. Elliott, Detroit REILLY LYOIA M. Julv 9. 1993, aoe 82. Beloved wife of Gerald. Dear mother of Roberta (Edward) Mills, Joan (John) Kolmetz, and Marlon (Ronald) Baker. Nine grandchildren, six great grand children. Sister of Linda Bond Private funeral services en trusted to Wm. Sullivan A Son Funeral Home, Royal oak. RICHARDS JOHN W. Age 68 of Waterford July 9, 1993. Dear husband of Gall Father of the late Linda Staples. Grandfather of Kfmberlv Staples. Stepfather of Rex Llles. Four grandcniidren: jonn. Amy, Rebecca and James. Mr. Richards was a retired Police Lieuten ant for the City of Detroit; and was a member of the Retired Police & Firefighters Association. and the Lieutenant & Sergeants Association. Funeral Monday 2 p.m. Rev. raui rwin officiating, at White Chanel Cemetery. Me moriais may De maoe to ine Michigan Cancer Foundation. Arrangements by Donelson-Johns runerai noma, ah-vm, ROBERTS MINNIE Beloved wife of Frank Dear mother of ene Rob erts Hafner and Linda Kratf. Loving grandmother of Neal, Lee, and Chloe. Graveside services today 12 noon at Adat Shalom Cemetery, Livo nia. Arrangements dv uortman runerai uirecnon mo-uu ROSSI BARBARA J. Age 66, July 7, 1993 of Allen Park. Beloved wife of Victor. Dear mother of Mary nnn, nose f reio, una, ainy, Anthony, and Victor J. Rossi. Also leaves five arandchildren: Katie. wniiam, cnrisTopner, neatner, and Kellv. The family will areel friends Sunday 3:30-9 p.m. at the Martenson Funeral Home, 10915 Allen Rd. (corner of Goddard). A prayer service will be held Sunday 5 p.m. at the funeral home. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated Monday 10:30 a.m. at St. Frances Cabrlnl Catholic Church, 9000 Laurence at wick. Alien KarK. An expression of sympathy may be made to Children's Leukemia Foundation. SANGBUSH ELEANOR A. Age 84, of Mt. Clemens. Sister of Phyllis (Robert) Collins. Aunt of Kenneth Collins, Robert Collins and David Horton. Funeral 11 a.m. Monday at Will & Schwarzkoff Funeral Home. 233 N. Gratiot. Mt. Clem- ens. Visitation z-9 Sunday. SCHOLFIELD LYMAN J. July 9, 1993. Beloved nusoana ot tne tare Miiareo. uear father of Jacqueline Moen. Grandfather of Scott Moen, Kim- per v i root ana oaa Moen. Great grandfather of Kristina Tropf and Rachel Moen. Funeral service Monaay iu a.m. at tne . K. Schultz, a Trust 100 Funeral Home. 21705 Gratiot at 8'A Mile Rd. interment white Chapel. SECORD ANN (nee Gldilewlch) Age 69, juiy v. yyj. in u aaw n. w en - an, uear wire or rne iaie Kaipn v. Sister of Elizabeth Trumble. Aunt of Paula and Robert. Private services in wademan, Michigan SKUBAN CORA S. (net Santckl) July 9, ivyj. oeiovea wits ot Andrew. Beloved aunt of Phi- I lomena, Conrad, Ernest, Rose. Norbert. Anna Mae. and Edward. Member of Roma-nowski Post 6896 Senior Citizens. D of I Tekakwitha Circle 0924, St. Hedwlg Church Rosary Society. Services Tuesday 9:15 e,m. from theSalewskl Funeral Home. 19111 W. Warren to St. Cunnegunda Church 10 a.m. Rosary Monday 7 p.m. visitation sunaay i-v, ana mona a v z-y. interment st. Hea wig Cemetery. STAMP DONALD J. July 9, 1993. Beloved husband of Gladys. Dearest fa ther of Kevin, the late Douglas and the late Karen Plngel. Also survived by five arandchildren, Christine, Shawn, Sony, Jon and reny ana one great granguaugn-ter, Llndsey. Dear brother of Loren. Louella Havnes and Bettv Shumway. In state at the Taylor Chapel of the Howe-Peterson Funeral Home 9800 S. Telegraph until 9 p.m. Sunday. Funeral 1 p.m. Monaay at mrist ine King Lutheran Church. 15600 Trenton woag, soutngate. STOLAR ELIZABETH Beloved wife of Stephen; dear mother of Sharon Belcher. Renee Burns and Patricia Stallworth; four arandchild ren, one great-grandson; dear sister of Raymond Kapral, Agnes Palus and Dorothy Carina. Visita tion Sunday 3-9 p.m. Services Monaay iu a.m. cnaries r. step runerai nom, oeecn uaiy ru. toeiw. o-t (vii., STROBEL-PADDOCK META E. Aoe 86. Died June 10 Beloved wife of the late Francis X. Dear mother of Eugene Carl Strobel (Germalne), Hans St robe I and Margaret Strobel-Donofrlo (Michael); grandmother of Laura Strobel-McDonald (Brett). Karla and Eugene J. Strobel; sister of Anna Yochem in California. Memorial service 3 p.m. Saturday, Julv 17 at Grosse Polnte Unitarian Lnurcn, i imj maumee at si Clair, Grosse Polnte. SULAK JOSEPH of Belleville. Age 67. Died July 9, 1993. Survived by his beloved Rita. Brother of Mary (tmiie) bego ot Milan; meresa Kiaukaof Mio; William (Janet) of Dearborn; Frank of Flat Rock; John (Lillian) of Ruldoso. NM; and Steve (Olaai of Ruldoso. NM. tn trustee to Tne care ot raw i us Roberts Funeral Home, Belle ville. Interment at Michigan Me morial ran, in riat rock. TODD ROBERT G. Dear father of Dennis (Jenny) and Bruce Todd, Sharon Ann and Gayle. Dear grandfather of Michael. Dear rot her of Joan (David) Worley, Betty Collins, and Donald Todd. Funeral Monday 11 a.m. at the Waslk Funeral Home, 11470 13 Mile Rd., (W. of Hoover). Inter-! ment National Memorial Gar dens. Rosary Sunday 7:30 p.m. Visitation Sunday 2-9 p.m. i SWANSTON . i CYNTHIA R. Beloved daughter of Rena and the late Donald. Funeral Monday 11 a.m. at Kaul Funeral Home, 28433 Jefferson, St. Clair Shores. Visitation Saturday 7-9, Sunday 2-4 and 7-9. Memorial contributions can be made to Trinity Episcopal Church. TAYLOR WILLIAM JENNINGS, Age 941 July 4, 1993 ot Howell, formerly of Detroit and former owner of Taylor Material Handling ,Co. Dear father of Robert I. and William N,; also four grandchild- ran ano seven Ereat-grandchlldren. Proceeded y son Thomas. Graveside service Mondav. 2 p.m. at Pioneer Cemetery, Roscommon, Ml. Arrangements by MacDonald's Funeral Home, Howell. TOSOLT DOROTHY F. 83 years, July , 1993. Beloved wife of the late Andrew J. Dear mother of Gene (Joan), Frank (Debora) and Ken neth (Jo-Ann). Eleven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Sister ot Margaret Theobod and the ate William Gowetsky. Funeral Monday 10 a.m. from the Verheyden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Dr, Visitation Saturday 6-9 and Sunday 2-9. Rosary Sunday 7:30 p.m. UNGARO CARMINE July 9, 1993. Age 84. oeiovea nusoana ot Mary; gear father of Arthur J. and Richard: dear grandfather of Kenneth, mrisTin, Angrea, tvevin, Lara Maria and Nikkf. President of Italian American Fraternal Club of Dear born for 19 years, Services at McFarland-Foss Funeral Home, 5401 Schaefer, Dearborn, Monday ma m, visitation sunaay s-v p.m. VANDERMEER MILLARD M. July 9, 1993, of Clinton Twp. Age 72. Beloved husband of Dolores; dear father of Terry (Nancy) Vandermeer and Thomas (Cherry) Vandermeer; grandfather of seven; brother of Marlorle Rose. Funeral Tuesday 9:30 a.m. at the Will A Schwarzkoff Funeral Home, 233 N. Gratiot. Mt. Clemens and 10 a.m. at St. Peter Catholic Church. Rosary Monday 7:30 p.m. Visitation Monday 2-9 p.m. WITKOWSKI THELMA LOUISE Beloved wife of Wayne. Dear mother of the late Chucky, Donny (Sandy) Behrln- er, iom (uarienej benrmger. Witkowski. Pastor R uss I Vera Witkowski, Lynn Manfngly, and Mary Kate (Doug) Bales. Sister of the late Wanda Thorpe and the i ate tan mcuuire. a granacniiaren and two areat-arandchlldren. Service Sunday 7 p.m. at the Hopcroft Funeral Home, 23919 John R. Visitation Sunday beginning at 3 p.m. WRIGHT BRAOLEY J. July 9, 1993. Age 26, suddenly. Loving son of Pamela Marino and Gary Wright. Dear grandson of Helen Peterson, Darren and Blanche Wright. Great grandson of Goldle Latchford and Godson of Dorothy Rice. Funeral services Wednesday 11 a.m. at Thayer-Rock Runerai Heme, 33603 Grand River Ave., Farming- ion w diock west ot rarmingron Rd.). Visitation Monday and Tuesday 2-9 p.m. YOUNG WILLIAM A. Age 65. July 7, 1993. oeiovea nuspang ot ieraigine. Dear father of Kevin H. (Ann) and Kathv A. Youna Brother of Bettv Carlson (of Sparta, Ml). Memorial service Tuesday 10:30 a.m. at Mariner's Church, downtown Detroit. Contributions may be made to the Michigan Cancer Foundation. For further Information, please contact the Verheyden Funeral Home, 881-8500 WOYNICK JOHN Beloved husband of Olga (Els(e). Dear father of Andrea id! ion; niiiiiici,ivin.nari anne), and John. Two grandchildren. Dear brother of Evelyn Stewart, Sonia MacLean, -and Theodora woynick. instate at the L.J. Griffin Funeral Home, 7707 Middlebelt, until Sunday 9 p.m. St. Michael's Orthodox Church, 26355 W. Chlcano. Mondav 9-30 a.m. Service NT a.m. Interment Grandlawn. Prayers Sudnav 7:30. FTT1 . L-emeiartet, Monumttnta GOOD Shepherd Cadillac Memo rial iaraens tast 4 Lots, Value $990 ea., S850 Ea. or best. (313) 765-8070 aft. 6. ROSFLANO PAP If n.rlrlaw 3 lots S900 each or 3 for 12550. Call 563-6963 WHITE CHAPEL 2 CEMETERY lots, reasonaoie. 1616 ) 325-3303 WHITE CHAPEL - 2 lots. Section e, at. rrancis Of Asslsl, 11500. graves, all or 2 together. Wl-4919 ARE YOU LOOKING ' FOR PEACE? "THE ROSARY TAPES." CALL 1-800-T-ROSARY CONSTANCY WAR MICK On your birthday July II, V992. You are gone from our lives; but not our hearts. Sadly missed everyday. Mom, Lorl and Family. IF YOU WISH TO PLACE a remembrance for a loved one. please contact Mrs. Wink at 977-7643 for more Information and assistance. m Card of Thanks and Prayers THANKS TO FATHER SOLANUS, St. Jude, St. Clare for past prayers granted. L.M.G. THANKS TO ST. JUDE FOR FAVOR RECEIVED N.T. M.W. THANK YOU ST. JUDE tor tavor received TO GIVE THANKS TO THE SA- newn i run a r AVUR OBTAINED. Prav: Wr.rt Urf of Jesus Christ, may Your name o nanea, aoorea and glorified throughout this world tor centuries and centuries. Say this prayer e times a dav for 9 dav and your wish will be granted even if It seems Impossible. 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