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2B THE DETROIT NEWS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1996 Obituaries Murders scare prostitutes into different walk of life William McDonald, 70, former Roseville official Beverly Wisman; three sons, William, Daniel and John; nine grandchildren; a sister; and two brothers. Visitation will start at 1 p.m. today in the A.H. Peters Funeral Home, 32000 Schoenherr in Warren. Services will be at 1 p.m.

Monday in the funeral home, with burial in St. Lawrence Cemetery in Utica. Mr. McDonald, 70, of Shelby Township, died Wednesday, Oct. 30, 1996, in Detroit Receiving Hospital of an illness that followed several strokes.

An autopsy was to be performed. He served in the Army during World War II and then operated a consulting firm, McDonald Associates. A Detroit native, he was a for mer resident of Roseville, where he was a council member from 1964-1966 and mayor from 1966-1974. Mr. McDonald went into semi-retirement in 1974, but served as city manager of Almont from 1977-1979.

He was a member of the Rose-clair Fraternal Order of Eagles and Warren Elks lodge. Survivors include a daughter, By Gary Heinlein The Deirvit In 15 years of public service before and after he operated a business, William McDonald was a city council member, mayor and city manager. He was among those who proposed the Interstate 696 freeway in Metro Detroit and helped plan the route. n't a serial killer," Dalecke said. "It's too much to be a coincidence." The sin strip in Grand Rapids, population 191,000, is a gritty north-south artery called Division Avenue.

The area of prostitution is just blocks from downtown landmarks: a new arena, the Gerald R. Ford Museum, the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel. Since 1991, Rose Haven Ministry has been a sanctuary for prostitutes. It offers a residential program and drop-in services for women who want to change their lives. Last year, 286 women at least took the first step by filling out a questionnaire, Dalecke said.

Not all returned. "Seventy percent have been sexually abused at some point," she said. "To escape a horrible home situation, they do drugs to dull the pain. Pretty soon they're hooked and resorting to prostitution to buy more drugs. "They have no self-esteem, no self-worth," Dalecke said.

"We try to change that." At least five of the 11 slain women had contacts with Rose Haven. In August, the latest victim, Moore, "was scared for her life" because she had been summoned to testify in a murder trial, Dalecke said. She disappeared after describing how three young men beat a woman to death over a drug debt. By Ed White Associated Press GRAND RAPIDS The phone calls, sometimes collect, are more frequent these days at Rose Haven Ministry, which helps women kick a life of prostitution. The callers don't want to join the list of 11 women killed mysteriously in west Michigan, where authorities say at least nine of them had links to prostitution.

"When this started, the reaction we heard was rather casual, like the women who had been killed were too careless," said Rose Haven director Brenda Dalecke. "But then more and more bodies were found. Someone has a hook out there that is drawing just about anyone in. "I'm sick to my stomach and it won't go away," she said. "My blood freezes." A 14-member task force of officers from around the region meets daily in the basement of the Grand Rapids Police Department to try to solve the murders.

The series of crimes began in March 1994 when Lesa Otberg, 25, of Grand Rapids was discovered in Muskegon. The latest victim was Victoria Moore, 29, whose body was spotted by a squirrel hunter last weekend 20 miles north of Grand Rapids. "I'd be really surprised if it was children. Services will be Monday in St. Anne Catholic Church in Grants Pass.

Hazel Florence Ludwig Spent many years at Michigan Bell Hazel Florence Ludwig, a former Michigan Bell Telephone employee, died Monday, Oct. 25, 1996, in Birmingham, Ala. She was 88. Mrs. Ludwig was born Nov.

19, 1907, in Hamilton, Ontario. She worked for many years at the telephone company and supported her family during the Depression. "She was a wonderful giving mother," said her daughter, Bonnie Ludwig Dellinger. "She loved taking care of her home and family." Her husband, Clarence Ludwig, worked in the composing room for The Detroit News for 45 years, retiring in 1971. He died in 1977.

Survivors three daughters, Bonnie Dellinger, Karen Kielwasser and Candace Harden; a brother, MacLaren Peace; 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. A memorial service was in Birmingham, Ala. Burial is in Roseland Park Cemetery, Berkley. Chapter No. 220, 357 N.

Woodward in Bloom Held Hills. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in the First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham, 1660 W. Maple. Memorial tributes may be sent to the First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham, 1669 W.

Maple, Birmingham, Mich. 48009 or to the Order of the Eastern Star Birmingham Chapter No. 220, 357 N. Woodward, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 48304.

Cecilia G. Brunett Mother of 14 lived in Detroit, suburbs Cecilia G. Brunett, a mother of 14 children, died of congestive heart failure on Thursday, Oct. 31, 1996, in her home in Southgate. She was 86.

Mrs. Brunett was a Detroit native and a member of St. Ambrose Catholic Church and more recently St. Aidan Catholic Church in Livonia. Her husband of 63 years, Raymond, died in 1993.

She is survived by daughters Sister Rita Brunett, O.P.; Rose Bezzi; Jean Dawsori; E. Mary Jennings; Ruth A. Brunett; Grace A. Kassa and Margaret M. Duffie; as well as sons Raymond Bishop Alex J.

Brunett; John Michael William and Paul G. A daughter, Dr. Anne Brunett, died. Visitation will be at 1 p.m. today at the Fred Wood Funeral Home, 36100 Five Mile in Livonia.

Services are 10:30 a.m. Monday, with burial to follow at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Southfield. Memorials may be made to the Angela Hospice, 14100 Newburgh, Livonia, Mich. 48154. Walter Michael King Retired Highland Park dispatcher Walter Michael King, a retired Highland Park fire and police dispatcher, died Wednesday, Oct.

30, 1996, in his home in Grants Pass, Ore, He was 92. Mr. King was born Aug. 15, 1904, in Lowell, Mass. He married Elsie Wood in Monroe on Jan.

25, 1931. He retired from Highland Park in 1968. He also worked part time as a salesman for Eifel Pilerwrench Corp. After retiring, he moved to Memphis and later to Oakland, Calif. He moved to Grants Pass in 1989.

Survivors include his wife, Elsie; five sons, Walter, Edwin, John, Francis and Paul; four daughters, Elizabeth Robert, Therese Schneider, Mary Tihasek and Philomena King; a brother, Frank; 38 grandchildren and seven great-grand Blanche M. Brooks Worked 30 years for Detroit Edison Blanche M. Brooks, a former employee of Detroit Mison, died Thursday, Oct. 31, 1996, of respiratory failure in the Woodward Hills Nursing Home.She was 91. Mrs.

Brooks, a lifelong Birmingham resident, worked as a service representative at the Birmingham office of Detroit Edison for 30 years. She retired in 1975. She also worked on the national, state and local elections in Birmingham until 1995. Mrs. Brooks grew up on a farm on the Rouge River, near Telegraph and 12 Mile.

Her brother, Harry, was a test pilot for Henry Ford and helped develop the Ford tri-motor, the first successful passenger transport airplane. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham, the Franklin Cemetery Association and the Order of Eastern Star Chapter No. 220 of Birmingham. Mrs. Brooks is survived by her niece, Roberta C.

Parker; and her nephew, James A. Kreger. Visitation will be at 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. today at the Wm.

R. Hamilton Co. Funeral Home, 820 E. Maple in Birmingham. Eastern Star Service will be at 7 p.m.

today under auspices of Birmingham Death Notices Vessel Passages Upbound Thursday P.M. Gordon C. Leitch, Arthur M. Anderson, Federal St. Laurent (cl), 5:00.

Downbound Thursday P.M. Erikousa Wave, 3:00 Upbound Friday P.M. Federal Fuji, 11:10 Downbound Friday P.M. barge McAsphalt 401 (cl), tug Anglian Lady (cl), 11:15. Upbound Saturday A.M.

Montrealais, 1 Canadian Provider, Algoville, Algos- teel (ar), Columbia Star, tug Barbara Andrie (cl), barge P.M. Stephen B. Roman (ar), 4:40. Downbound Saturday A.M. Cason J.

Callaway, barge A-397 (cl), tug Karen Andrie (cl), Charles E. Wilson (ar), Herbert C. Jackson (ar), Pavel Valvilov, Ziemia Krakowska, 1 1 :50. P.M. Charles E.

Wilson (cl), Atlantic Erie, Arrrico, 3:00. (ar) arrived; (cl) cleared. WARD RADFORD Death Notice BLOOM FOLDS SEABERT EDWIN A. Of West Branch for Today's Alphabetical Listing DORIS Aoe 79 of Sherman Oaks, CAROLINE N. November 2, 1996.

merly of Dearborn; age 88. Died CA, formerly of Eastpointe, Oct. 29, 1996. Beloved wife of the late Orval Ward. Dear mother of Rex MARY GANCI A November 1, 1996.

Age 80 of Madison Heights. Beloved wife of Donald D. Bloom; and the late Paul Gancle. Dear mother of Paulette A. Width OGLESBY EDITH Age 86, November 1, 1996.

Beloved wife of the late Edward. Loving mother of the late Ruby N. Martin. Dear grandmother of Mary (Douglas) uanielak, Susan (Robert) Fischer, and Barbara Ann (Kenneth) Jarosz. Great grandmother of Gwendolyn Fl- LILLIAN Ago 75, November 2.

1996. Wife of John S. Mother of Barbara, John and James. Grandmother of Laurie Lynn and John Andrew. Friends may visit at Lynch Sons Funeral Homo 1368 Crooks (bet.

14-15 Mi. Rd.) Monday 12 noon until services at 3 (Margie), Dick (Jane), stepmotn- Husband, Glenn H. Primmer, Leslie R. Jeziorski, Mary Racz, Robert W. Kaltenbach, Ann C.

(Helzer) Radford, Caroline N. (Doug). Linda J. Galleran (Vin ot boraon. Loving granamotn-of Jeff.

Erik. Denlse. Jim. neiovea wire ot Ricnara u. ueor mother of Richard M.

(Jane), Robin (Steven) Hayes, James (Vicfcl) and Jill (James) Balgrle. Grandmother of four. Sister of Ruth May. Visitation Monday 2-9pm. Services Tuesday at John N.

Santelu A Son Funeral Heme 1139 Inkster Rd. (betn. Ford Rd. Cherrv Hill). Memori HELPFUL HINT To report a death ot a Social Security or SSI beneficiary or to Inquire about iurvivor benefits, Call-.

1 W72-1213 7:00 a.m. to Monday through Friday, novemoer im. ceiovea nus-band of Alberta Seabert of West Branch; dear brother of Georglna Fair of South Bend. Indiana; Barbara Seabert of California and Kenneth Seabert of Ypsllantl. Dear uncle of many nieces and nephews.

A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 P.M. on Saturday, Jerry, Lorl and Brian. Great cent Schlechter) and Csndlct V. Gancia (John Howe). Also five grandchildren and three great Kovach, Ann M.

Ramsey, Sylvia ironamoiner ot ten. runerai rom Sobeclnsk Funeral Heme. scner. visitation aunaay jri p.m. Service time at Heeney-Sundqulst Funeral Home 23720 Farmlngton FOOTE als io mercy noipice ranucniiQren.

aisier ot Oprisiu (Virginia). Funeral service Tuesday 11 a.m. at Vasu. Rodgers and Conned Chap. A.J.

Desmond and Sons 4375 N. Woodward (btw. 13-U mi.) Fami mlnoton H10-474-52MI Memorial Washtenaw. Novemoer ivw at tne trinity Methodist Church In Rose City, Michigan. THELMA I.

November 1, age 96 22121 Kelly Eastpointe. Visitation Saturday 5-9, Sunday 12-9. Funeral service Monday 10 a.m. Interment will follow at Cadillac Memorial Gardens East. Officiating Rev.

Merrill of St. John Lutheran, Fraser. tributes to Farmlngton Public ADAMS ROBERT Oct. 31, 199. Age 76.

Beloved husband of Lucille. Dear uear moiner Bern ca nn. ana READ Virginia M. Foote: sister-in-law ot Liorary or American Lung Assoc appreciated. SKRZECZKOWSKI ly win receive mentis rvtonaoy era k.

Hartea. Ret ree ot -8 a.m. Interment Oak and i STANLEY Age SI. Beloved hus- C.W. Babcock Sons after 45 Memorial Gardens.

OLSON years of serv ce. Fam bana ot srena. ueerest ta- ther of Stanley. James and DALE L. Nov.

1, 1996. Age 64. Beloved husband of Helen; loving father of Debbie Ruby; Dale Rick, Jane Johnson and Joy Mendes; dearest son of Gene receive friends at A.J. Desmond WEINMAN father of Elaine (Jim) Davis and Mark (Lisa). Grandfather of four.

Services at St Pauls Presbyterian Church, 27475 Five Mile, Monday 11 a.m. Visitation at Manns-Ftr-ouion Funeral Horn, 17000 Middled it, S. of Six Mile, Sunday 14 and 6-9. A Sons 2600 Crooks Rd (betw. Robert Kress, Lorraine I Jamesl Jasinskland Diane RACHEL Beloved wite ot me tare BROOKS DAVID N.

Age 42 of Rochester Hills; October 31, 1996. Loving husband of Nancy Olson. Dear vieve and the late Lloyd Read: dear brother of Joyce (Robert) Meple Big Beaver) Sunday 2-8 p.m. Vigil for the Deceased Sunday 4 p.m. In state at St.

Rene father of Sarah (Br an) Mu ns. Jack. Dearest mother ot Ruth (Marshall) Welti and Shirley (Irving) Wine-men Dearest orandmoth- Birmingham. Daughter of the late Joseoh and Mae Brooks. Aunt of Gotts.

Survived by 11 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. Deerest brother ot Jane Gorskl and Helen Jendia. Also survived bv manv nieces and neDhews. Meagan and Matthew Olson. Son of Eleanor (John) Law, and Neils rioewrii a i au ut inn uj ft grandchildren.

Funeral services at the R.G. A G.R. Harris Funeral uoupn inurcn, J3V33 Kyan ko. Monday It a.m. until time er of Mark Dr.

Holli Welt, Lynn Adams, Robert Anderson, Leland (Lee) Avey, Anna T. Bankey, Helen L. Blanck, Mary M. Bloom, Mary Gancia Borhi, Antun (Tony) Boyagian, John Brandt, Ernest G. Brooks, Blanche M.

Brunett, Cecilia G. Bryant, Donald N. Canavan, Sister Ann Edward, I.H DeBattista, Joseph Drumm, Willis, Jr. Falcon, Joseph R. Follis, Lillian Foote, Thelma I.

Gancia, (See Bloom) Garlo, Lois G. Georgiadis, Vana Gesla, Eleanor A. Gloger, Theodore F. Goldsworthy, Richard J. Hubbard, Susan J.

Roberta C. Parker and James A. Kreger. Funeral service at First Presbyterian Church of Blrmln- Nancy) Olson. Brotner ot snaron Dr.

Paul) Altsheler and Janet Funeral service Wednesday 8 45 Home 15451 Farmlngton Livonia. Mondav at 1 o.m. Visita funeral Mass at 11:30. Rite of Committal Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Memorial tributes charity of a a.

Grandfather of cno as. Gerald) Kirscnner, Mattnew (Lorna) Welti, Lynda (Marty) Steinberg. Michael, Alan and Bruce (Julie) Wlneman and nine gnam, ww w. nnapie, monaay ii Read, Dale L. Richmire, Violet E.

Robson, Anne Russako, Boris Russcher, Theresa N. Savage, Michael A. Seabert, Edwin A. Sikorski, Donald Simmonds, James H. Skrzeczkowski, Stanley Sousa, Josephine Pat Spencer, Frederick Martin Sprague, Marie M.

Tomkowiak, Stanley Ulekian, Margaret Vasileff, Peter Ward, Doris Weinman, Rachel Williams, Grace Wisniewski, Mary Zsiga, Rudolph D. a m. rrom me cnapei ot me m.j Mandxluk A Sen Funeral Direc tion Saturday 5-9 p.m. and Sunday Uncle of Brett Zlglla. Funeral service Monday 1 PM at the Leffler, Ida Mae Lisowski, Leonard E.

Lupro, William J. Luukkonen, Winifred L. Mackenzie, Grant C. Marnich, Katherine Mass, Annette Maziasz, Ted McVeigh, Eleanor B. Miles, Peter J.

Miller, Grace T. Mitchell, William Leslie Montgomery, Ola Dean Neubecker, Stephen Nevins, William J. Oglesby, Edith Olson, David N. Otis, Winifred B. Ozbun, Charles Ozzie Peruski, Ethel Mae Phillips, AlfiaC.

Poma, Sebastiano donor's choice or St. Labre Indian isf-v p.m. a.m. visnaTion ai inej nm. w.

Hamilton 820 E. Maple, Bir-mlnoham, Sunday 2-4 and 64 o.m, School, Ashland, MT 59004. Potere-Modeti Funeral Home irear-granocnnoren. services undav 1 o.m. at Hebrew Memori tors, 22M2 Ryan (I blk.

S. of 9 Mile), Warren. Mass of the Christian Burial 9:30 a.m. at St. Bartho ANDERSON LELAND (Lee) Ago 43.

Oct. 21, 1996. Very sudden in Englewood, NJ. Beloved son of Jean and the late Bob Anderson. Brother of Cameron.

Alice Butt and Joy Toed en. Memorial luncheon Saturday. Nov. 9, 1996 at 2 p.m., Farmfngton Hills Beef House, 29975 Grand River (btw. Inkster Rd.

Middlebelt) Farmlngton Hills. Info. 313-937-3411 RICHMIRE al Park, Radomer Section. Ar. rangements by Hebrew Memorial Chapel, 10-543-1622.

339 Walnut Rochester. The family will receive friends at the tunerai home Sunday 2-S, 7-9 PM. The family suggest memorials to the W.S.U. Brain Tumor Research lomew Catholic Church, visitation Mon. S-9 p.m., Tues.

1-9 p.m. VIOLET I. Oct. 29, 1996. Beloved sister of Jean Locke of North GANCIA see BLOOM with a Eastern Star Service under auspices ot Birmingham Chapter 220, Sunday 7 p.m.

Memorial tributes may be made to the First Presbyterian Church of Birmingham or Order of Eastern Star Kosary luesoay p.m. interment Resurrection Cemetery Carolina. No services, Arrangements by McCabe Funeral Home Fund. Envelopes available at the Tunerai nome. ot Farmlngton hiiis.

Chapter 220 of Birmingham. WISNIEWSKI MARY Age S3 of Rochester Hills. November 2, 199a. Loving wife of the late Henry. Dear mother of GARLO LOIS O.

Suddenly November ROBSON OTIS WINIFRED B. October 31, 1996. SOUSA JOSEPHINE PAT Age 65, Of El Jobean, FL. on Oct. 30.

Loving mother of David Sousa, Jr. and Sallv Tlernev. Beloved grand BRUNETT 1996. Beloved wife of Robert. Dear ANNE November 1, 1996.

Beloved wife of the late Cecil. Dear mother CECILIA G. October 31, 1996. mother of Dobra (Michael leln. uiane noKiia, ana unua iwan lei, ft Lit ut.

Sitter of Helen Fur- Age 89 of Farmlngton. Funeral Beloved wife of the ate Ray uawn (A am iu es, ana Rooen ot Charles (Pat cod and. Gr ana- D. (Geri). Dear sister of David AVEY ANNA T.

October 31, 1996 age 92. Beloved wife of the late Nelson. Lovi ng mother of Shirley Padden, Dolores Friti and Marilyn (Nick). Also survived by nine grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren. Sister of Wesley fllmm, Erna Feaver and Vera Snow.

mother of six. Great grandmother taw and Rose a toes. Grandmother of Donna Hosclle, Jeffrey and Matthew Butkus. t-wnera1 mother ot eight and beloved great-grandmother of 14. Funeral Mass Tuesday.

1:30 o.m. at St. mond. Dear mother of Raymond Jr. (Beverly), Bishop Alex J.

Brunett, Sister ita Brunett services monoay a.m. ar me Heenev-Sundqulst Funeral Heme 23720 Farmlngton Rd. (Btw. 9-10 Ml. Rd.) Farmlngton 810-474-S200 Visitation Sun.

2-8 p.m. Interment and Oscar Vogelpohl and the late Gilbert. Also survived bv three ot six. visiToiion aunaay i-t b.ttt. Services Monday 10 a.m.

from John N. Santelu A Son Funeral iranaennoren. visiTanon toosv 2-9 om. at Faulmann A Walsh John (Patricia), Micnaei I (Juanlta), the late Dr. Anno Brunett.

Rose Bezl (Robert). Wll Thomas Catholic Church, Ann Arbor. Visitation Monday at Muehllg Funeral Chapel 403 S. 4th Ann Arbor from 2-9 p.m. worm farmlngton cemetery.

Home, 1139 inkster Rd. (betw Ford Rd. Cherry Hill) to St Richard Church at 10:30 a.m. Ham D. (Joan), Jean C.

Dawson Visitation at R.G. and G.R. Harris Funeral Home 15451 Farmlngton Livonia. Monday from 1 p.m. liturgy Monday, Novemoer 4, 199e, 10 a.m.

at St. trenaeus Catholic Church, 771 Old Perch. Rochester Hills. The family will receive friends at Potere-Modeti Funeral Home, 339 Walnut Rochester. Sunday 3-5 7-9 p.m.

Mrs. Wisniewski will He Instate at church on Monday at 9:30 a.m. Golden Rute Funeral Home 32814 Utica Fraser. In state Monday 12 Noon until time of service at 1:00 pm. from St.

John Luthern Church. Fraser. Burial Cadillac MAZIASZ HUSBAND OZBUN CHARLES "Ozzie October 31 (Ricnaraj, t. Mary Jennings i to-mon). Paul G.

(Anne). Ruth A Rosary being prayeo at p.m. Preceded In death by her husband David W. Sousa. Sr.

and one TED Aoe 67 Nov. 1. 1996 Beloved until nme ot tunerai ar 4 p.m. RUSSAKO Brunett. Grace A.

Kassa (Jala) 1996 Suddenly. Beloved husband husband of Edna. Loving father daughter and one grandson. and Margaret M. Duffie.

Also BORIS resident of Macomb GLENN H. Age 41. October 31, 1996. Beloved husband of JoMarle (Nee D'Angelo); dearest father of Steven, Justin, Noelle and Nicole; dear son ot Gloria Husband; BANKEY Memorial East. Memorials to Detroit Metropolitan Singers or St.

John Luthern Church. enntjo oraugn survived oy 43 granaennaren ana 52 great grandchildren. Sister tot Edna Peters. Visitation Fred ot tiien Jim; iweiton ana laroi (Steve) Fletcher. Dear grandfather of Laura, Jeffrey, Olivia and Tommy.

Brother of Sophie John) SPENCER died November 2, age 75. Dear father ot Stanley (Phyllis) Kowal-ski, Anthony (Katherine) Russako and Jacqueline (Keith) Jan-usch. Five grandchildren and two brother of Betty Berry, Linton of Glsela. Dear father of Charles Sonja, Pamela Ozbun, and Rebecca (Sam) Buffa. Dear son of Clyde and Lillian.

Dear brother of Emily Voss and two half-sisters. Also survived by six grandchildren. Visitation today pm until time of service at 6:00 pm at the ZSIGA RUDOLPH O. October 30. Well Wood Funeral Homo (Rico Cha- FREDERICK MARTIN Beloved Husband, Autumn Gibson and Mll 3610O Five MHO Rd.

(W. ot ttracnuns ana Jennie renKaie. Brother-in-law of Ted Walewski LUPRO WILLIAM J. Age 73. Nov.

1, 1996. Beloved father of Shirley Morln, Anno Guzman, Karen (James) Tye, William Lupro, Sandra (Jack) King and the late Bruce. Brother of Harold, Anna Schwebs and the late Don, Fred, Maryellen and Bud. Survived by 17 grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren and 5 great great grandchildren. Also surived ov many nieces and nephews.

Visitation Monday 2 9pm at the Duzak Funeral Home 16600 W. Warren (E. of the South-field X-Way). Services Monday at tno tunerai homo. For son of Frederick S.

and Rose. Farmlngton Rd.) Saturday 2-9 spring Lawrence. Member ot Amines Exolorina Down Syn and Eleanor Maziasz. Visitation Brother of Ian Samuel Spencer. rear granaennaren.

r-unerai known Detroit area Hungarian violinist. Survived by one brother and nieces and nephews. Funeral Mon uesday. November 5. a.m.

St. drome. Visitation Saturday 2-9 p.m. ana sunaay ana m. Aidan Catholic Church, 17500 Far mlnaton Rd.

(N. of 6 Mile). Ii.ilnra rinli rhiiri-n Uai. Fauimann a waisn ooiatn ruio Funeral Home 32814 Utica p.m., Sunday p.m. at wuor- wife of the late Theodore.

Dear father of Kenneth (Judith), Dennis (Linda) and Lynda (Joseph) Bozin. Sister of Mary Swlrti. Also survived by seven grandchildren. Funeral Tuesday from the 5. Temrowskl Funeral Home 30009 Hoover Rd.

at Common (12V St. Oorothy Church Mass. Visitation Sunday 5-9 and Monday 1-9. Rosary Monday 7 m. Donations appreciated comb.

Burial Resurrection Ceme Sunday 2-9 p.m. Funeral Monday 10 a.m. at tVuek-Calcaterra Funeral Heme 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Parkway (16 Mile). Rosary Sunday 7 p.m. Interment runerai noma inc.

Monday 10 a.m. until time of Mass tery. Visitation Sunday 3-9 p. Fraser. Burial service Monday 9:00 am.

at Cadillac Memorial Survived by four uncles and six aunts, also 45 cousins. Loyal member of Society for Creative Anachronisms as Knight (Lord Forgan). Capt. of 24otti Armor Unit, Michigan National Guard. Member of Twlstln' Tarantulas 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Pkwy.

(16 Mile). Instate Monday 10:30 i GEORGIADIS VANA Beloved wite of the late I John L. Dear mother of Helen i Biet, Donna Georgiadis, Vickie; Vernon and James (Lynn) Georgiadis. Lovi no grandmother of Erik Vernon, Grerchen Georgiadis and Heidi Georgiadis. Services Monday, 10:30 AM at St.

Paul Orthodox Church. Visitation Sun-: day 1-9 PM at Voran Funeral Mondav 12-9 m. murpny day 9:30 a.m. from the Lesney San Funeral Home, 13201 W. Warren.

Dearborn, to St. Berbara Catholic Church at 10. Visitation Sunday 1-9. Parish rosary Sunday. m.

Memorials to vomen-Ican Lite Center, Adrian, Ml 49221 East Chapel. 47477 Hauss Funeral Directors a.m. St Kieran, 53600 Mound, Resurrection. Romeo Plank, Macomb. or Angela Hospice, )4ioo Newburgh Livonia, Ml 48154.

Shelby Twp. Time of mass 11 am. I nter ment esu recti 0 further info, call 1-800-331-5051. Rock Band. Funeral 9 a.m.

Tues PERUSKI ETHEL MAC October 30 Aae 71 scripture service no ay p.m. to Aizneimer assoc. day, from the A.H. Peters Funeral MILLER GRACE T. Aoe 77 of Roseville.

RUSSCHER JEZIORSKI Cannterlet-Monumenti THERESA N. age 90. Died Thurs LUUKKONEN WINIFRED L. November 1. 1996 BRYANT Homo 20705 Mack Grosse Pte.

Woods end 9:30 at St. Joan of Arc Church. Rosary Monday 7 BLANCK MARY Oct 31. Age 72 In Las Home (Dearoorn cnapei, 2301 Ford Road. Prayer Service Sunday 7PM.

Beloved wife of Raymond. Dear mother of Kenneth (Kathleen), Gloria (Edward) Davis, David Dear mother of Lucy (Robert) Bott, Steve (Kathy) and Jerry (Laurie) Peruski. Leaves nine grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. Arrange day. Oct.

31, 1996 in Holland, Michigan. She had been a long DONALD N. Nov. 1, 1996. Beloved Beloved wife of Carl.

Dear mother MARY Age 89. Beloved wife of the late Albert. Dear mother ot p.m. vfiiTaiion unaoy iu p.m, and Monday 12-10 p.m. (Maryiee), Gregory (Angelina), term resiaent or rvtusitegon, nnicn-laan where she tauaht elementa CADILLAC Memorial Gardens-' 1 lawn.

(1400. Collect 602-8404160 Vegas, formerly of Detroit. Former proprietor of Marysia'i Catering of Harper Woods. Survived by husband Leonard, four children; Ronald (Sandra), Kenneth, of carl (Christine, Denlse (Alan) Mlkesell, Lynda (Ed) Schmltz and Lorraine (Matt) Rozanek. Grand husband of Ida.

Dear father of Newton, Eleanor, Denlse, Renee, Julie and Sherry. Also surlved by 11 Grandchildren. Funeral Tues Joseph (bioria), Aioen (Leroi), Maureen (Gerald) Tralnor and ment oy nacKen-meicaii runerai Home, (313) 274-4000. Mark (Marlsa). Jeffrey (Vlcki Lynn) and Kevin.

Sister of Ed- SPRAGUE GESLA ELEANOR A. Age 77. Died Nov, 2, CHRISTIAN MEMORIAL Roch wara iwar oni ana John and Joseph (Debbie). Seven grandchildren; and one great PHILLIPS mother of Joshua and Sara. Sister of Peter and Carl Perala.

Visitation Sunday 1-6 p.m. at John N. Santelu A Son Funeral Home, 1139 Inkster Rd. (betw. Ford Rd.

day at the Taylor Chapel of the Howe-Peterson Funeral Heme 9800 S. Telegraph. Visitation Sundav S-9om and Monday Bernadlne (John) Bailey. 17 MARIE M. 1996.

Beloved wife of the late Donald. Dearest mother of Donald. Dear grandmother of Jason. Dearest Irlend itto, Dciovea wit ot me late John. Dearest mother ester, 2 Heritage Memorial Systems (cremation), value S4M0, asking S3000.

110-650-9556 ronacmia. runerai monaay ALFIA C. November 2, 1996. Be grandchildren and one great lov. in Las vegas.

loved wife of Clifford. Dear moth ii anaanuaruer biso lurvive. vm ry school for many years. She was an active member of the Wes-twood Reformed Church ot Muskegon. For the past few years she and nor husband George had resided in a retirement home In Douglas, Michigan until his death in 1994.

She leaves her family of three sons and one daughter. Her family Includes Dr. and Mrs. Allan Russcher of Glen, Michigan, Dr. and Mrs.

Glenn Russcher I vi rcmt iwinidi ruivi and John. Survived bv ill l-9pm. Memorials suggested to Cherry Hill). etion Monday 3-9pm and Tues- of Jackie (Joe) ancar Richard (Barbara). Dear sister of Catherine Bloink.

Eighteen grandchildren and six great grandchildren also survive. Prayers Monday 10a Vermeo lon Trust IN Funeral Home 46401 W. Ann Arbor Plymouth. (3 12 mi. W.

of 1-275) Mass 10:30 a.m. St. John Neumann Catholic Church, 44800 Warren Canton. Scripture service Sun 3 p.m. Visitation Sun.

2-9 p.m. Interment i ne American i-ung Association. KALTENBACH GRAND Lawn Detroit 6 graves, sec. 1 at Lake Sinclair. OlO-fcfiui ot Lima Mason.

Lifelong neign-bor of Juanlta Flanders. Also survived by several nieces, nephews, cousins and manv friends MACKENZIE Grandmother of Christopher and Scott. Sister of VI Chris pen, Esther Kaszowskl, Josephine Zales- oay 2-ypm nam i-unerai nome 27830 Gratiot, Roseville. Funeral Services Wednesday AM at Sacred Heart Church. CANAVAN grandchildren and three great Grandchildren.

Funeral services uesday 8:45 a.m. at the Chapel of the E.J. Mandxluk A Son Funeral Directors. 22642 Ryan (1 blk. S.

of 9 Mile), Warren. Mass of the ANN C. (HELZER Age 81 Loving wife of the late Thomas Henry Kaltenbach Beloved mother of Thomas (Pamela) Kaltenbach SISTER ANN EDWARD. I.H.M Funeral 11 a Monday at the ki ana Bruno rwanni. Aunt ot GRANT C.

Suddenly October 31, 1996 In Bayonet Point, Florida. Aae 76 of Farminaton Hills. Hut- InMemofiim manv. Visitation Sundav 7-9 o.m. Aoe ea Nov.

z. w. of Kennewick, Washington, Ms. Mccabe Funeral Home, 31950 12 Mile Farmington Hills Visitation Sunday 1-5 and 7-9. and Monday 1-9 p.m.

Prayers band of the late Ethel MacKenzle MITCHELL Elizabeth (David) Donna, Judith (Gerrit) Schamhart. Pau Donna Roblnette of Plymouth, Beloved sister of Sr. Leo Therese Canavan, I.H.M. of Monroe. Ml.

Also survived Christian Burial 9:30 a.m. at St. Holy iepuicnreemeery. rwonaav am services luesas- and the late Betty Schaerges, Bartholomew Catholic Church. Michigan, and Dr.

ana Mrs. 9:30 a.m. from John N. Santelu i line (Anthony) Selbert and Terrl uear tamer ot anara ice (Don Russcner of Kalamazoo, Mlchi WILLIAM LESLIE Age November 1, 1996. Beloved husband of the late Eleanor.

Dear father of bv several nieces, newohewsand In Loving memory of -i RICHARD CZWERKOJR Lovlna son and brother. So TOMKOWIAK it a wa rat i-term no uear sistbt ot ald) and the late Scott Macken Visitation Sunday 5-9 p.m. and Monday 1-9 p.m. Interment Mt. Son Funeral Home 1139 inkster (bet.

Ford I Cherry Hill) to St. BORHI ANTUN (TONY) October 31. 1996 cousins. Visitation 2-spm Monday gan. She is also survived by IB arandchildren, 18 great or and- zie.

Grandfather of Mick Grant, STANLEY age 72. October 29, snena a. (Glen) Miinaan and uhvot lemeTery. uunstan Church at loa.m. greatly loved so sadly missed.

Esther Maeder, Emma Hocken-berry and the late Bertha, Peggy, Elizabeth and Henry. EiaM m. veieran tor wwii. LomDor children and several nieces and William P. (Susan) Mitchell.

Dear and ice and Nicole Ide. Brother ot Marianne Waiciuk (Otto), Malcolm MacKenzle (Marie) and the Leva mom, iu, L.arry a uvo in the i.m.m. Momernouse or Monroe, with prayers at and Funeral Services Tuesday. Memorials to the I.H.M. lon to Aanes Hale.

Dear father of aranatatner ot en t. i man. POMA are Gordon uacKenz and Don Cheryl McCracken, Kimberly Demeter, Tracey Demeter, Bon SEBASTIANO October 31, 1996 Retirement Fund. Arrangements ald MacKenzle. Brother in law of Stanley (Sharon), Henry (Connie), George and Ronald.

Brother of Barbara, lori an, Mary Rose and Agnes. Grandfather of Henry, Cindy, Tammy and Danny. Aiso Age 87 years. Beloved husband of GLOGER THEODORE P. November 2, 1996.

Aae 77. Dearest husband of Mar- nephews. A memorial service was held Saturday, Nov. 2 In Forest Grove, Michigan, with the Rev. Steven Smallegan off iclating.

Her ashes will be Interred at Forest Grove Cemetery. Arrangements by Ynfoma Funeral Home, Beloved brother of Julia Lujzor and Gene Taian. Dear uncle of Mary Hammer (Adolf), Anne Taian, Mike Talan (Irene) and Steve Talan. Great uncle of Diane Po-wrozek (Paul), Robert Hammer (Betty) and Paul Hammer. Great, great uncle ot Allison Hammer, Stephanie and Nicholas Talan.

Visitation after 2 o.m. Sundav at bv Rupp Funeral Heme 3I3-241-9M0. grandchildren, ten step grandchildren and five great grandchildren also survive, Preceded by a step grandson, Donald Donna. Funeral services Tuesday 9 a.m. in the Harold W.

Vick Funeral Home, 140 S. Main, Mt. Clemens, and 9:30 a.m. St. Peter Dorothy MacKenzle and Evelyn MacKenzle.

Also survived bv sev nie uunneoacK, Kooin soyer, David Milligan, and the iate Mark Mllliaan. Also survived bv 11 IF YOU WISH TO PLACE remembrance for a loved one, please contact (810) 977-7655 or (810) 977-7500 for assistance. me loie Anna (nee vuiToggioj; dearest father of Rosarla (Sam! eral nieces and nephews. Funeral rati iAA Ussr tt fn Onmm a rest arand father of tnree. A ireat-grandchildren.

visitation Paolina '(GluseoDe) Anile and DeBATTISTA memorial Mass will take place 7 service i nun. iuo.m. oi ine vatu. Rodgers and Connell Chapel of lunoav noon-T d.tti. bt ine ngr- E.iu-ail Uji JOSEPH Aoe at.

November 2. Catholic Church. Mt. Clemens. p.m.

Monday, Nov. 4tn. at Cvrll A Methodius Catholic cia. Loving father of Richard (Janice) and Craig. Dear brother of Mildred (Edward) Mathiak, Ron (Barbara), Clarence (Virgin-la).

Dear grandfather of Lauren and Terrl. private family service. Services arranged by The Losney and Son Funeral Homo (313 A.J. Desmond and Sons 4375 Woodward Ihtw 13-14 Faml 1909 Northv Rd. at 7 Mile SAVAGE MICHAEL A.

Age 82. October 30, Buna St. peter catholic ceme Church, 41233 Ryan Road (at 18 iwo, OT aoutngare. Loving nus-band ot the lata Mary. Dear father of Lawrence J.

and Rosa Cards at Thinkt -Prayer wnuej aiening neigmv tery, Clinton Twp. Visitation In the funeral home Sunday 1-9 p.m. and Monday 1-9 p.m. with a Holy irro. oeioveu nusoano ot ins icna Joseohlne, Dearest father of Mi ly will receive friends Wed.

3-9 p.m. Interment White Chapel. Memorial tributes Beverly Hills United Methodist Church, 20000 LAmharril Funeral services from A H. Peters Funeral Home 32000 Schoenherr at Masonic (13 12 Mi Warren. Instate Monday 10 a.m.

at St. Lucy Catholic Church. 200 E. Wattles, Troy until time of Mass at 10:30 a.m. Rosary Sunday 7 m.

Memorials requested to Michigan Cancer or Hospice of chael R. (Elaine). Grandfather of Martensen Funeral Hem 10915 ULEKIAN rcosory ar tosory at 7:30 p.m. Family sug-l tests contributioni to St. MarvY North ville.

Masonic services Sunday 7 P.M. under the auspices of Metropolitan Craft Lodge 9519 Services Monday 1:30 at the funeral home. Memorial contributions to the Moslem Temple Transportation Fund or Gift of Life at University of Michigan Nelson Poma; loving grandfather of Ignazio Poma and Jerome Catalano; brother of Giovanni and the late Anna Catanese. Visitation Saturday 2-9 p.m., Sunday 1-9 p.m. Funeral Monday 9 a.m.

from Wuek-Calcaterra Funeral Home Inc. 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Pkwy. (16 Mile) to San Francesco Church for 10 a.m. mass. Rosary Sunday 7 p.m.

Entombment Cadillac Memorial. Member of Buseto Palazzolo Club 9' w. 13 Mile Beverly hiiis 4B0Z5. Allen corner ot Goddard), Tuesday 9:30 a.m. to St.

Hugh Catholic Church. Southaate at 10 lOTnoiix acngoi, wi, uemen, MARGARET Age 90. Beloved wife of the late George. Deer sister of Arpene Boghosslan of Kitchener THANK YOU ST. JUDE FOR PRAYERS ANSWERED P.M.

Macey umj ivaraasnen. Brotner of Edwin Savage and Ann Pearson. Beloved friend of the late Ida Mae Staelens. Visitation Saturday 5-9 p.m. Sunday 1-9 p.m.

Funeral Mondav 10:30 a.m. at Wulek-Cal MARNICH a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre GOLDSWORTHY KOVACH Hagop Barakianand the late Mary Manooglan. Also many nospnai wouia do apprecioiea. cemetery, visitation monaay 1UU Mnu 1 lOOi nlUluilaiiil RICHARD J.

Nov. 1. Beloved father of Julio Leigeber and BOYAGIAN JOHN A veteran of World War II. caterra Funeral Home Inc. 36900 Beloved wife of the late Milan and KATHERINE 95, former Detroit resident, died Friday Nov.

1. Survived by daughter Alberta Johnson, grandson Tony Wysockl and great-grandson Shannon. Vis MONTGOMERY DRUMM the ate Albert Polich. Dear moth Schoenherr at Metro Parkway (16 unay (Kevin; mmtei. Lovini nranrffkthunl Imm t.h Anrl nieces, nephews, relatives ana friends.

Visiting Sunday 6-9 pm. Dan Gark Prayers m. Fred Wood Funeral Home. 161110 W. er of Donald J.

(Barbara) Polich tvuiet. interment Resurrection. OLA DEAN of Plymouth. Nov. WILLIS, J.

A Certified Life FUNERAL he received a Purple Heart, Bronze Star and a Presidential Citation for itation 2-4 Tues. Rvan Funeral IW6. Beloved mother ot ueooran underwriter, age or at. neien, formerly of Detroit, died October (Jamesl Forbes of Plymouth. servina with the 5th Ar- SIKORSKI DIRECTORS and Timothy.

Dear son ot Ronald S. and the late Vera. Loving brother of Mary Ann (Bill) Mas-sey. Visiting Sunday 6-9 p.m., Mondav 2-9 o.m. Rosarv 6 o.m.

157th Infantry Division in Lynn (Michael) Tetreault oi Grosse Polnte and Randall (Pat DONALD Age 76 November 1 of Mile Rd. (at Levan). Funeral Monday II a.m. St. Sarkls Armenian church, Dearborn.

Interment Woodlewn. Memorial tributes to St. Sarkls Church. Arrangements by Simon Javitlan Caring for your Africa and Italy. He was taken prisoner of war and held tor 14 ana AiDen J.

(Linaa) poitcn. aiso survived by six grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Funeral Tuesday from the Chapel of the Griffin Funeral Home 7707 Middlebelt Rd. (at Ann Arbor Trail). Scripture Service Monday Family will receive visitors Sunday 7-9pm, 31, 1996.

Beloved husband of Elly Drumm of St. Helen, dear father of Corinn end John Schmelier of Woodeiwllle, Washington, Roy and Margaret Drumm of Grosse MASS ANNETTE Wife of the late Elmer. Dear mother of Laura Dortett. sy) Godfrey of Florida. Loving randmother of six.

Memorial mmon i wp, formerly ot ueiroif. Beloved husband of Lorraine. Deer father of Donna (Allen) neeas. Monday. Prayers Tuesday 9:10 a.m.

at Charles R. Step Funeral Homo. 18425 Beech Daly (betw. 6-7 mown in uermany, aiaiaq t-a He waf a member of the DAV PRIMMER LESLIE R. Husband of Mary.

Father of Margaret (David) McCollum and the late John L. Primmer. Grandfather of Tracy Primmer, Julie Primmer and Kimberly McCollum. Also survived by two brothers and two sisters. Funeral services will be rlvate.

Memorials may be made Cottage Hospice, 159 Kercheval, Grosse Pt. Farms, Ml 4a23o Arrangements by Kaul Funeral Home St. Clair Shores. Service Saturday Nov. 9, 1996 at the Spirit of Christ Lutheran runerai nvme, ui JIJ-WV-4IW Mite), moss iu a.m.

m. Agatna Memorial contributions to church, 4O7V0 to mi. novi Points Woods, and Brian Drumm of Clawson. Dear grandfather of Gerald and Angela. Dear brother Kenneth and Douglas Mass.

Four grandchildren. Sister of Edith seals. Funeral from Rudy Funeral Homo ,25650 Von Dyke, Monday Beloved husband of Catherine; dear father ot Suzanne Muccl, Dennis, Jack and Brian Boyagian; dear brother of Rosemary Wll- anq nnunuay n-Tpm. Arranaements by Schrader-Hosf Marshell. Dear brother of George Sikorski.

Mr Sikorski retired In 1980 after 35 years with Michigan Bell. He was a veteren of WWII U.S. Army. Funeral services 10:30 a m. Monday at Wm.

Sullivan Son Funeral Heme 8459 Hall Rd. (3 Mich. Hospice or American Can VASILEFF ell Funeral Home 380 S. Main or won uiumm ot nanfi. inj cer rounaanon apprectoiea.

ai i.wp.m. LEFFLER Plymouth, 3IW5M3M. Furhvtl Dlrectort PETER Beloved husband of Mellnda. Dear father of Michelle Janet Betteley of stemm Heights. A Memorial Service wll be held et 1:00 P.M.

on Saturda November 9. 1996 at the Messlal Krysuk David), Craig (cynai) MCVEIGH ELEANOR B. October M. 1996 NEUBECKER blks. e.

ot van Dyke) utica. Interment Resurrection Ceme Mark (Janetl end Pamela Scier- HUBBARD lingham, Virginia Shuman, the late Annabel le Tarry, Armen Boyagian and Kay Boyagian; also loved by many nieces, nephews and friends, Visitation Monday 1-9 p.m. at the Querfeld Funeral Home 1200 Oak wood Dearborn. 313-561-0002. Pravers Mon Lutheran Church in Roscommon, Mlchiaan.

Memorial Contribu tery. Visitation 3-9 p.m. Saturday Daughter of the late James and Frances McVeigh. Services will SUSAN i. of Nashville, TN.

Nov. 1, 1996. Beloved wife of Thomas N. ounoay tions may be made to the Messiah rotta (Joe). Brother of Christ Vasileff and James Vaslloff and the late Sophie.

Grandfather of Ashley. Zachary and Antonio. Visitation at the Dearborn Chapel of the Howe-Peterson Funeral oe neia et Mt. unvet lemeren Thursday, November 7th at I Lurneran inurcn urgan rung 1996. Wife of Edward.

Mother ot Barbara Moore and Daniel (Gloria) Leffler. Grandmother ot Terry Dumas, Lori Osborne, Lisa Leffler and Karl Mano. Also seven great-grandchildren. Funeral from Lynch A Sons Funeral Home, 340 Pontlac Trail, Walled Lake (3 blks. S.

of Maple Monday 1 p.m. Interment Acacia Park Cemetery. Friends may visit Hubbard Also survived by her daughter, Linda Colo of Forest SIMMONDS STEPHEN C. Son of Edith. Father ot Kelly (Devid) Jarvls, Carrie, Stephen and Virginia.

Brother ol James, Fred, Raymond and Ann Marie. Also survived by two grandchildren Ellen and Molly. Funeral Sunday 2 p.m. at the Dearbvarn Chapel of the Howe-Peterson Funeral Home, 22546 RACZ ROBERT W. Beloved husband of the late Marianne.

Dear son of Aladar and Jane Racz. Dear brother of Judith A. Hawes. Services Monday, 10AM at Voran Funeral Home (Dearborn Chapel), 23701 Ford Road. Visitation Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 PM.

a.m. Memorial tributes may be day 7:30 p.m. Funeral service Tuesday 11 a m. at St. Sarkls FALCON Home 21546 Mich aan Ave 1-9 o.m sent to tno cnariry ot vour cnoice.

Arrangements by the Wm. Hamilton Co. girHM-6000. JAMES H. Nov.

1, 199e. Age 77 of Westland. Retired from fr United Airlines and WWII ex POW. Beloved husband 1 9 of Jean. Dear father of JOSEPH R.

October 31. Beloved Sunday. Funeral Tl a.m. Monday at St. clement Eastern Orthodox Church, 19600 Ford Rd.

Prayer Armenian tnurcn, Dearborn, interment Woodmere Cemetery. Family requests memorial gifts fo St SarVis Armenian Church. Arrangements by Edward Korkolan husband ot Katharine. Dear rather of Jovco Stooos (Dennis), Michigan Ave. mil, mu; sons, reivr j.

nuDDoro of Birmingham, Ml and John A. Hubbard of Farmlngton Hills, Ml; eight grandchildren; one sister, Mary J. Stefnor of Grosse Polnte, Ml; two brothers, Robert B. Johnstone of Christ Church, New Zealand and William G. Johnstone of Detroit.

The family will receive MILES aunaayi-o p.m. Martha (Tom) McNeal, Robert1 Janet Falcon (Fred Klein), Joe service i p.m. aunoay. PETER J. Beloved husband of runerai noma.

LISOWSKI NEVINS RAMSEY SYLVIA Age 92. Beloved mother of Charles (Connie) Kirk, Evelyn ana Katharine (ai Corp) Simmonds. Grandfather of Michael and David Simmondes. SIMPLE CREMATION Complete No Hidden Service Fee 800-331-5051 uuFonFmuwcwra Duzak Funeral Nome, Inc. 10600 W.

WarafSiwtMlaldRi.) Falcon (Anne), Joan tocnor (Jim) and Jeff Falcon, Survived by 11 grandchildren. Brother of WILLIAMS Irene. Dear father of Thomas (Judith), Donald (Carol), Elaine, Alice (Ed Scrltchtleld) and Ger WILLIAM Age 65. November 3, (Burleigh) Fowler, Bill Rhodes, GRACE Oca 11. Wife of the late 1996.

Be oved husband of Nancy BRANDT CDMCCT A in. 79 nf Trnv LEONARD E. Age 75. Passed away on Oct. ft, 1996 at his home In Jacksonville, FL.

He was the beloved husband of Stella; father Dearest brother of Helen Pawlek Elizabeth, Robert, Evelyn, James Jason, Tera, and Carl McNeal. At the Uht Funeral Home dear mother of Ronaia rrienas rrom z-o p.m. wonoay, Nov. 4, 1996 at Marshall-Donnelly Combs Funeral Homo, 201 25fh Ave. Nashville, TN, where a bod (inns; Knoaes, tigm arena children and six great grandchild lampoeu ana t-ainenne wniiKen.

Family will receive friends at A and Jacqueline Donahue. Also October 31, 1996. Beloved husband surv ved bv 17 eces and neoh- ot Leonard l. (Kathleen), peui inomas irameiat eno Noy a (Nancy); grandmother of Nicola, Ryan, Thomas and Julia; sister oi the late Mike Ouadraccia. Funer Chris Martin (Lois Joseph, vtMnvnu nm runrai nviitm, 2600 Crooks Rd.

(betw. Maple 4 Big Beaver), Sunday 2-4 pm. Scrloture service 7:30 o.m. Instate ald Brother of Jessie Kropp, Edward, Donald, and Frank Mysikowskl, Jennie Ranket and Joseph Miles. Grandfather of Timothy (Lisa), Sally, Jeffrey, Daniel, Rebecca, Alison and Emily.

Funeral 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Dearborn Chapel of the Howe-Peterson Funeral Heme 22S66 of Marie. Miner or james m. ana Krlitln Marie (Steven) Aniten-dig Grandfather of Gall and Amy. Visitation Sunday p.m.

and p.m. Scripture Angela Hrunlak (Scoff), Julie Henslev (Terry); grandfather of ews Visitation Monday 2-9 p.m at Wulek-Calcaterra Funeral Heme Inc. 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Parkway (16 Instate Tuesday a at St. Hubert 35400 Glenwood Westland until Tuesday AM. Instate et St.

John's Episcopal Church, 55S S. Wayne Westland from 9-10'OOem time ot Funeral. Masonic Memorial Service under Auspices of Wayne Masonic Lodge 1)2 Monday Family will receive visitors Sunday 2-9 and ar ne or me i r- ower memorial service win do conducted at 10 a.m. Nov. 5, 1996.

The Rev, Don Johnson will of ticfate. The family requests thai memorials be made to the charity of your choice, or the Meadows Nursing Home, 8044 Coley-Davls oa uhuiii tw nvt ran. Mrs. Ramsey was preceded In death by her son, George Rhodes. Funeral services to do held at the S.K.

Schulti, Trust 100 Funeral Home, 21705 Gratiot at SVt Mile Rd. Visitation Sunday 5-9 Monday noon-9 p.m. Funeral service Tuesday 10 30 a.m. at the funeral home, Interment Resurrection Cemetery. and n4ary Anne Kapala.

A memo al at A J. Desmond ft Sens 2600 Crooks Rd. betw. Maole-BIg Beaver), Monday et 1:30 P.M. Family will receive friends Saturday and Sunday 3-t P.M.

Memorial trib service a p.m. wrimir riww Church, 3(775 Prentiss, Herrlson (Woodward at 12 Mile), Monday 9:30 a.m. until Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. Memorial tributes to Nation rial mass will be celebrated tor him on Sat Nov. 9.

1996, 10a m. at Twp. until Mass 10 a.m. scripture service Mondav 7 o.m. Interment Michigan Ave.

and 10 a.m. at Sacred Heart Church. Rosary 7:30 Heme ros n. wain tiawson. Funeral Mast 10 a m.

Monday Guardian Angel Church. Clawion. Memorials to Focus Hope St. Cuneaunda Church. 3900 St.

utes Kose cencer center or Hospice ot SE Michigan. al Ataxia Foundation, Wayzata, MN; or Shrine High School. Lawrence Detroit. Gone But Not Forgotten. irvnite unapei.

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