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co a a uj ai a: 1 .Death Notices ADAMSON MARY C, Mav 14, 1988. Widow ot James T. Adamson. Memorial services Saturday, June 4, 11 am, at I he Christ United Methodist Church, Detroit, 15932 E. Warren, (blwn. Alter & Whittled Arrangements bv the A.J, Desmond & Sons Funeral Home, 362-2500. Q ALLEN HARRY A., May 30. Dear hus-, . band of Clara M.; survived by a L) niece, Mrs. William Fanl. Fu-CN neral Thursday 11 a m. from the r- Lesnev & Son Funeral Home, 13201 W. Warren, Dearborn. Burial, Parkview Cemetery. Member of Shrine AAONMS, Moslem Temple of Detroit; Dearborn Moose Lodge No. 1620, Free and Accepted Masons, City of Straits, Ldg. 452; Scottish Rite of Free Masonry. ARMSTRONG LeROY J. May 29, 1988 of Berk-lev. Husband of the late Dorothy Jane Armstrong; father of Robert L. Armstrong; grandfather of Curtis and Kristin; brother of Mrs. Thomas Willis and Mrs. Donald Partington. Funeral service at Bell Chapel of the Wm. R. Hamilton Co., bvu t .nB A.,An..A Dlrmnnhm ll.Ol"C rTCMUC, Ull imhiumuiii, Wednesday It a.m. Interment Acacia Park Cemetery. BACCARO MARY. 69. Mav 29, 1988. Dear wife of Alfonso Baccaro; dear mother of Mrs. Walter (Patricia) Jamleson of Saline, Mich, and Mrs. Steven (Bernadlne) Renner of San Antonio. TX; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Cremation has taken Dlace. No visita tion. A memorial service will be heldonFrldav, June 3, 1988af 10 a m from the KODison-Bann miller Funeral Home, Saline, BAKER ROBERT R., age 53. Beloved husband of Margaret; dear father of Craig, Beth, Douglas and of Patricia Martin, Joan Brosnan, Mary Spohr. Joyce Hunt, Linda Baker and Carol Campbell, Norman and the late Philip. Funeral Friday 9:15 am, Lambert-Ver-meulen Funeral Home, 46401 Ann Arbor ko nymoutn, u Ml. w. Of Sheldon) and 10 a.m. Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church, Plymouth. Visitation Wednesday 6-9 p.m. & Thursday 1-9 p.m. Scripture ser vice mursoay :ju p.m. mermen! Holy Sepulchre Cemetery BENNETT NATHAN. Beloved husband of Sally; dear father of Dr. Ronald (Shirley) and Larry Bennett and Mrs. aneuy (Kaipn woinmai, hrother of Iziv Bennett; grand father of Denlse, Miriam, Sharon, Ruth, Marc and Jennifer; great-grandfather of Daniel. Services Wednesday 2 30 p.m, at Hebrew Memorial Lnapei. interment wacnpeian Cemetery. BRINGARDNER LEO S. Beloved husband of the late Bertha Murphy; dear step- lilknr nt r.anrna AAtirnhV (Ruth), Mrs. Donald (Lucille) Mitchell and Mrs. Dorothy Lindsay; also live granocnii-dren; brother of Rose. Funeral Thursday 11 a m. at the A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 20705 Mack Avenue at Vernier Road, Grosse Polnle Woods. Visitation Tuesday 7-9 p.m., Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. BROWN ROBERT W., age 75, Mav 30. Beloved husband of Elizabeth; dear father of Robert Jr., Sandra Dell and Carol Brown: grandfather of five. Services I p m Thursday, Dlener Funeral Home, 48271 Van Dyke, Utlca. Visitation 6-9 p.m. Wednesday. Masonic Memorial service 8 p.m. Wednesday. BURKE JAMES D age 66. Beloved husband of Virginia; dear father of Gary and Karen Murphy; grandfather of Jaclyn; brother of Harvey, Edward, Mildred Burns and Dorothy Atterd. Funeral services Friday morning at Charles R. Step Funeral Home, 18425 Beech Daly (btw. 6-7 Mile), 531-1888. Interment, Glen Eden. SELEWSKI MARY B. Beloved wife of the late Julius; dear moinerot i no mas, trivia, ,ii.iic3ici , r i onui. Catherine, David, Margaret n LI lkM Ik(a Cana. dear sister of Leo LaskowsVI, 22" grandchildren and four greaf- f' ranocnuaren aiso survive, rlonrls mav visit Wednesday 4-9 p m. and Thursday 2-9 p.m. Kaul Funeral Home, 27830 Gra tiot, Kosevine and trom y a.m until time of Mass 10 a.m Sacred Heart Catholic Church Prayers Thursday 7 p.m. CHANTLER ARTHUR D., May 31, 1988, of Birmingham end Naples Fla. Husband of Winifred, father of John and Arthur Jr.; brother of Flora Colllnson; father-in-law of Anne Dunn; grandfather of Paul, David and Tom Dunn, Karen, Nancy and Julie Chanller; great-grandfather of Micnaei c.rawiora uunn. nne-morlal service at St. James Ep- Birmingham, Saturday, June 4 at 2 p.m. Tributes may be sent to it. Anne s weao Bunging i-uno, 16106 W. 12 Mile Rd., Soulhfield, Ml 48076. Arrangements by wm. k. Mammon co., ou-suuu. CHOLETTE ROSE M., Mav 27, 1988 Beloved wife of the late Henry; dearest mother of 13 children: 12 sons and one daughter; seven sons and daughter are living, survived by 41 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. Funeral from the R.C. Alek s A Son Funeral Home, 1324 Soulhfield, Lincoln Park, Thursday at 9 a.m. St. Henrv Catholic Church at 9:30 a.m. Scripture services Wednesday at p.m. COLLINS WILLIAM T., May 30. Dear father of Mrs. Elizabeth Van-rlpruvalker: dear Grandfather of Yvonne Chrislensen and Diane Garrell; also survived by two great-granddaughters. Services Friday 11 a.m. at the Ross B. Northrop & Son Funeral Home, 4imrano Kiver mea fr,rrll Masnnlr service Thurs- riv 7 30 d m under the auspices of Signet Star Lodge No. 555 F8.AM. Motor Cifv Eagles service Thursday 7 p.m. Visitation Wednesday 5-9 and Thursday 12-4 and 6-v p.m. rr.iifim.iN HUBERT J., 63 of Northvllle Township, May 30, 1988. Beloved husband of Marlon I.; dear nt lr,., D rnnnhlin Funeral services Thursday 10 a.m at St. Kenneth Catholic Lnurcn, nisv naggeny no Wednesday 5-8 p.m. at the Schrader Funeral Home, 280 S. Main, Plymouth. Memorial contributions to Ihe American Heart Association of Michigan are appreciated. DAVIS CE LI A B., of Dallas, formerly of Detroit. Beloved mother of Dor othy (Irving) KOder; grand- mutntr, ui jcimcy auu nuipci i, sister of Irene Brownstein and Sophie Sonn. Services 11:30 Thursday morning at the tra Kaufman Chapel. Interment Machpelah Cemelery. DAVIS M A R Y L. Mav 3 1 , 1 988. Beloved wife of James R.; dearest mother of Karen and Jim; dear daughter of Mrs. Anna Ardner and the late Franklin; sister of John, Paul, Margaret, Jane, and Kathv Ardner. Funeral at Ihe Vasu. Rodgers & Connell Funeral Home, 4J5 n. wooo' WOfUlWCIT, IJ IHIVHIC, IMUI day 9:15 a.m. fo Mass at St. Ives Church, Lahser & 12 Mile, Soulhfield at 10 a.m. Rosary Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Burial Holy Sepulchre. Memorials to American Lancer, appreciated. visiting weonesoav i-v p.m. DeCHALK SARAH, age 83, May 28, 1988 an,.nrf,u,nnuilila Antral,. oear mother of Audrey (Danleli Benedis, Jean (AnthonyJRing-waid, Carol (Robert) Fabian and Nick (Nancy) DeChalk and the late Elizabeth and Frederick Anderson; grandmother of 16 grandchildren ana 16 greai-ot andc hlldren; sister of William (Cmma) Hosack and Charles (Jeanelle) Hosack. Funeral services from Harry J. Will Funeral Home, 25450 Plymoulhi u 4miw.ot leiegrapnj inurs-day 9:30 a.m. and St. Robert Bellarmlne Church at 10 a.m. icripture M'vice Wednesday at 7 0 m Interment Parkview Memorial Cemetary. DREF.R 'CARL F. Beloved husband ot darbara: dear father of Gerald and Sandra Reaume; five grandcnuoren; ororner oi jonn. Funeral Thursday 10a.m. at the A H. Peters Funeral Home, 32000 Schoenhcrr at Masonic 13','j Mile), In warren, and 0:30 a.m. Sf. Edmund Catholic Church. Rosary 6 p.m. Wednes day. DUKES JOSEPH ALLEN. Mav 29 Be loved son of Donald L. Dukes and Ihe late Ruth LaGrandeur Dukes; cherished stepson ot FWharn Dollar Dukes: dear brother of Richard, Jon, Michael and Julie; step-brother of Linda Draper, Beverly Martin and Donnie Jones. Services TOO1 Thursday afternoon at the R.G. a b.K. Harris hunerai Home, 31551 Ford Rd, Garden City. FERRARI nrwrni w a aim Aai.11 lOflfi DCVcnLI Hliri, nnay j i, i of Birmingham. Beloved wife of Samuel J.; dear mother of San- muel c James P. and caroiyn A.; daughter of Florence and the late Carl Scholten; sister of Jerry Scholten. Funeral at the vasu. Rodgers & connel r-u neral Home. 4375 N. Wood ward, loetw. u-iantiiieii-riaayi 10 a m to mass at Our Ladv Queen of Martyrs Church, Bir-i mingham 10:30 a.m. Friends: may visit Wednesday i-i p.m and Thursday 2-9 p.m. Burial Holy Sepulchre. Memorials, Michigan cancer rounoanon. FITZPATRICK JAMES H. Mav 31. 1988 Beloved husband of Zita M.; dear father of Kevin C, Sean M., and Eric J.; son of Clara Fitz-patrlck. Funeral Friday I p.m. at Ihe L.J. Griffin Funeral Home, 7707 Middlebelt at Ann Arbor Trail. Scripture service I nursday :ju p.m. FRIEDNAM ci rtanurc Dainuul u,ifn the late Aaron t-neoman; uem mother of Abba (Linda) Fried man; granomotner oi Miny. Jennifer, Dana and .David IrTCIUMiaM, Ul UVUi, , I lie) and George (Anne) Parzen. services U'.JU weonesaav ai- tnmnnn at Ira lanlman Chano! Informant flnver Hill Park Cemetery. HAPPNER CHARLES W. Sr. Loval and be 'loved husband of the late Rose Happner; devoted father of Charles Jr., Carl, Curtis and Corey Happner; he was a loving grandfather of nine grandchildren; dear brother of Royce Rench; he was a decorated veteran of the U.S. Navy for 6 years in WW II serving his country bravely. An avid bowler Deiong-Ing to numerous bowling lea-aues. He was not only a loval husband and devoted father but a real and dear friend to many He will be missed more than words can express. Funeral services Thursday 11 a.m. from the Livonia Chapel of the Rlsko-Ciomelc Funeral Home, 8809 Wayne Kd. at Joy. Burial Park Iview Memorial Cemetary. HARRIS DANIEL J. Sr. of Germfask, Mich, formerly of Detroit area. Husband of Mary Elizabeth; tatner of Joan Lote, Mrs. uon- IW (AAaria) Antlrann flan Ir (bebra) and Mrs. Carf (Cindy) Goerke; nine grandcnuoren. VI silation Wm. Sullivan A Son Fu neral Home, 705 W. 11 Mile (4 blks E. of Woodward), Royal oak, I uesdav 4-y p.m. Wednesday 12-9p,m. Funeral Thursday 11 a.m. at Episcopal Church of the Advent, 3325 Middlebelt Rd., Orchard Lake. HIGGINS ELLA 5., May 31. Dear mother of Clarence E .. Bertrand R. . Ro bert t., Howard P., Theodore R, Barbara Ann Kennedy, Betty Lou O'Herllhy and Joan Mursi; sister ot Helen uressier and Lillian Thompson; 21 grandchildren and several greaf-grandchlldren survive. Funeral services Thursday at 1 n m from Calriwetl-Haroer- Mulllgan Funeral Home, 29611 t-oro ko., uaroen cny. HORKEY GEORGE S. Sr. age 82 of Dun dee, ueioveo nusoana ot tiia, Hear father of Mrs Jim (Mar ietta) waiden, Mrs. Herman (Donna Kruse, Mrs. can uo-spnhinpt Anrlprsnn Gpnrap Ir and Carl; 17 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; predeceased by one brother and 'one sister. Visitation Wednesday 12-9 al Ihe Buhl-Cover Funeral Home, 297 Tecumseh. Dundee. Funeral Thursday 1 pm. at St. John Lutheran inunn, uunuee. memui iai iu Rev. Cesler Fund. Horkev, George. Funeral thur 1 p.m. al SI. John Lutheran Church, Dundee. Arrange ment ov ne Bun -(.over i-u neral Home. JANKOVIC TODOR. Beloved father of Con stanline and Alexander; dear stepfather ot Helen leoiarz, JO' seph Roth and Erica Koralew ski also survived by 12 grand chi dren and eioht areat-orand children. Family will see visitors al John J. Skupnv Funeral Home, 11405 Conanl, after 3 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral Friday 10 a.m. al SI. Lazarus Serbian Orthodox Church. Prayer service I nursday 6;J0 p.m. JENDRZEJEWSKI MARCELI A A. Acip 71 of St Liair Shores. Beloved wite ot Adolph; dear mother ot Mrs. Walter (Rita) Barczyk and Mrs. Joel (Patricia) Kesier; grand mother of seven; oreat-grand mother of three; sister of Anna S?vchulskl and Mrs. Marlon Ju lia Szlag. Funeral Friday 9:30 a.m Kaul Funeral Home, 28433 Jefferson, St. Clair Shores. 10 a.m. at. ieriruae cainouc Lnurcn. visitation 4-y pm Wednesday, 2-9 p.m. Thursday Prayers I nursday :ju p m. JOLIAT JOHN F. (Jack). Mav 29, 1988 Beloved husband of Rosemary; dear father of J. Mark, M.D, Jeffrey P., Mrs. Hart (Julie) Hollman, Jav F. and Thomas L., M.Dj II grandchildren; brother ot I nomas Jonat and Mrs lamps ( luliannpl Dirhtlna Fu neral from Lynch & Sons (Lvncn-Howeeinapeu, ijoora. Crooks Rd between 14-15 Mile. Friday 9:15 a.m. followed by mass al St. Hugo of Ihe Hills Church 10 a.m. Visitation Thursday l-y p.m. prayer ser vice Thursdav 7:30 p.m. Me' morials mav be made to Association tor Ketaroed liii- -nn AOA AAnla DA Hirmlnn- ham', Ml 48011 or Community Living center, inc. do Mary Wagner, 33229 Grand River, t-armington, mi kjui. KALTE ri IDA A . Mav 9fl 1988 Be loveo wite Of Annur; loving mother ot Laivin w., Mrs. snir- law Ann I a,ac AArc InurA AA F pent and L vie A arandmother of Steven, Susan, Ann, Kevin and Pamela; great-grano-mofher of Wayne and Kevin, sister of Wilber Gateman. Ser vices from Manns-Ferguson Funeral Home, 17000 Middle-belt, S. ot 6 Mile Rd., Thursday 11 a m. Visitation Tuesday 6-9 and Wednesday 2-5and l-t p.m. KIFFNER KATHERINE. aoe 98 of Pru denville, Mich. Leaves one brother, 11 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and five great great-grandchildren, services Wllkle Funeral Home, W Outer Dr. al Lahser Rnari Thursday 1 p.m. Interment Holy aepuicnre. KLEISS BETTY J. (McKee) May 30 1988. Beloved wife of Harold Sr., Hear mnlhpr nf Harold Jr (Pam), Mrs. James (Cheryl) Losnkren. Mrs. Kusseii i Linoa Ramps. Ppaov. Leslie (Celeste and Mrs. Garv IDora) Murrav leaves 16 grandchildren; sister of Dorothy Daubresse and thel late Marlon McKee. services thursdav at iujo a m. tne a- l.u.l,l Cm,.I Unma 10111 A1 Warren. Interment Oakland Hills Memorial Gardens. KNKIIKFR LOLA M., Mav 30, 1988. Beloved wife of the late George; rinirn,! malhar nt Allan anH Jane Webb, also survived bv six: granocniiaren, sisier oi uawsun Lane and ElsleLane. Memorial service 1 p.m. Thursday at First Presbyterian Church of Dear- Dorn, ow m. Drouv. nneniuiiaij to Michigan Cancer Foundation or Michigan Heart Association ui eiet i cu. i i ariucTiicii'a ut imc Dearborn Chapel of the Howe- Peterson runerai nome, zid nnitniuflii Mve. LOBDELL RICH ARO W.. of Northvllle Be' loved husband of Doris; dear tamer ot Vickie, Lynn ano Barbara J. Garretl, also survived bv his mother Rose, two sisters land two grandchildren. Funeral 54 vice 1 1 a.m. Thursday at the ikAiici iinw ruimoi nwiii mv.i 1122 W. Dunlap, Northvllle. Death Notices LEHMANN ARTHUR R., May 30, 74 years. Beloved husband of Zenla S.; dear father of Michael (Pamela) and Tony (Donna) Leh-mann and Mrs. Robert (Tina) Emenheiser; dear brother of Mrs. Gertrude Thorn; also three grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday 3 p.m. at Sawyer- runvr ruiivroi nvinv, iij vv, Twelve Mile Rd. (2 blks W. of Woodward). Entombment Ko-seland Park. Memorials to Michigan Cancer Foundation appreciated. Visitation Wednesday 9 a.m. to time of service. Mr. Lehmann was a distinguished fine artist and wonoeriui humanitarian. LESPERANCE NORA J., age 65 (nee O'Leary). mother of Michael R. encf Thomas J.; grandmother of Melissa, Michell, Megan and Andrew. Funeral from the Eppens-VanDeweghe Funeral Home, 6150 Cadleux Road (at Harper), Thursday 9:00 a.m. and to Our Lady Queen of Peace Church 9:30 a.m. Prayers Wednesday 7 p.m. LINNEY IRENE J. Mav 30. Dear mother of William J. Llnney (Nancv), Joseph R. Llnnev (Barbara), Elizabeth Roberts (Bill) and Mary L. Ducatte (Ross); dear sister of Florence McClellan; also survived by 15 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral from Ihe A.J. Desmond & Sons Funeral Home, 2600 Crooks Rd. (betw MapleS, Big Beaver), Thursday 9:30 a.m. and St. Thomas More Church (4580 Adams Rd.) at 10. Family will receive friends Wednesday 7 to 9 p.m. Scripture service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. LITTLE CATHERINE V. Wife of fhe late Robert S.; mother of Victoria A. Little, Mrs. Gerald Janet L.) Osloin, Mrs. Stephen (Laura F.) Ericson; grandmother of Mega Osloin, Robert Ericson and Stephanie Ericson. Funeral Thursday 11 a.m. from Christ Episcopal Church. Arrangements by the Dearborn Chapel of fhe Howe-Peterson Funeral Home, 22546 Michigan Ave. . LOWRY REV. ARTHUR A.,Mav 29. Re tired Associated pastor ot St. Albert Ihe Great Catholic Church, Dearborn Heights, and St, Theodore Catholic Church, Westland. Dear son of the late Arthur and Agnes Lowry. Arrangements bv Ihe Leonard A. Turowski & Son Funeral Home, 427-3400. Visitation 2-9 p.m. Wednesday at St. Albert the Great Catholic Church, 4672 Parker, Dearborn Heights. Scripture reading Wednesday 6 p.m. Concelebrated Funeral Mass Thursdav at 11 a.m. Interment Ml. Olivet Cemetery, Detroit. Memorial contributions may be made to Guest House, P O Box 36 I akp Orion Mlrh 48035 and to St. Albert the Great Scholarship Fund, 4671 Parker, Dearborn Heights, Mich 48125. LUTZ FREDRICK B. Jr.(Frltz), age 48 of West Lake. Ohio, formerly of Rochester and Detroit, died suddenly May zv, ivho. Mr. luiz was comptroller of Braden Sul- phin Ink Inc. He was a member of Ihe Alpha Gama Rho fraternity and A.I.C.P.A. Beloved husband of Nancy: dear father of Fredrick III andVid, son of Lle-setta Lutz; brother of Mrs. C. Edward (Judy) Hendershott. Visitation 7-9p.m.alPlxlev Memorial Chapel, 322 W. University Dr., Rochester. Funeral services 11a.m. Thursday at St. John Lutheran Church, 1011 W. University Dr.. Rochester. Me morial contributions may be made to Sf. John Lutheran Church. MacDONALD nnklAI n I 11 IOOO Ana 67 of Grosse He. Beloved husband of Lee. Memorial services at Grosse lie Presbyterian Church. 7925 Horsemifl Rd., Grosse lie, Thursday, June 2, af p.m. r-amiiy requests memorials be aiven to the American Cancer Society. MADLO LISABETH K. May 30, 1988. plnupd wlfp of the ate Fred: dear mother of Fred Jr. (Hilda) and Wayne (Lorraine); leaves six grandchildren and seven greaf-grandchlldren. Services Saturday at 9:30 a.m. from Ihe satewski Funeral Home, mil W. Warren to St. Peter and Paul Church at 10 a.m. Interment SI. Hedwig Cemetery. Rosary Friday at 8 p.m MANIACI JAMES (Vincenzo), May 31. Beloved husband of Jennie (nee Tocco); dear father of Stephen (Ann) and Mrs. Concelta (Patrick) Roots; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; brother of Grace Delia; also one brother and one sister In Italy. Funeral Friday 10 a.m. at Ihe Wuiek-Calcaterra Funeral Home, Inc., 36900 Schoenherr at Metro Parkway. Interment Ml. Olivet. Rosary Thursday 8 p.m. MARLEY JAMES R., May 29, 1988. Beloved husband of Ihe late Hazel; dear father of James, Shirley Stevens, Donald, Lorv and Ruth Ann Holmstrom; grandfather of 19; greal-grandfather ot 30; brother of Edward and Henry Marlev and Lillian Tomb. Visitation Wednesday 12-8 p.m. Services Wednesday 8 p.m. at John N. Santelu A Son Funeral Home, 1139 Inksler Rd. (bet. Ford Rd. & Cherry Hill). Burial at Howe Twp., Pennsylvania. Mcdonald PHYLLIS F., age 50, May 30, 1988 Dear wife of Dr. Robert; beloved mother of Peter and Thomas McDonald and Mrs. Martin (Elizabeth) Slack; sister otPrank Kademacher.Memor ial service Wednesday 7 p.m. at Vasu. Rodaers a Connell Fu neral Home. 4375 No. Wood ward (betw. 13-14 Ml) Contributions suggested fo donors choice. MCGUIGAN JANET GRAHAM, 87, of Ann Arbor. May 31, 1988. Beloved mother of Donald (Betsy) McGuigan, of Ann Arbor and Patricia J. Moore, of Northvllle; loving grandmother of James Bradlev Moore, Susan K. Bailey, Barry J. Moore. Donald McGuigan II, David McGuigan ano Latnerine nncuuiuan Knechtges and Sarah McGul- oan. dearest oreat-grand mother of five Funeral services at the schrader Funeral Home, 280 S. Main, Plymouth, 1 hurs-day 3 p.m. MURPHY See Brlngardner notice. NICHOLS frHIC Ann D1 IMn AAa.. in URHI.C, C Dl, h,ICU rilOT ... 1988, at Metropolitan General Hospital, Windsor, Ontario. Late of Aravle Rd.. Windsor, Beloved wife of the late Robert James Nichols ( 1969); dear sister ol Mrs. Hazel Campbell of Windsor, the late Mrs. Margaret Girardln (1980) and Llovd Morrow of Pompano Beach, Florida; dear aunt of Mrs. Nancy Nutlall of Thunder Bay, untario. Mrs. Nicnois was a retiree of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Visiting In the Walter D. Kelly Funeral Home, 1969 Wyandotte St. East, Windsor, after 2 p.m. wednes riav Funeral Service In the Cha pel on Thursday, June 2, 1988, al 1:30 p.m. Rev. Tony Pafon officiating. Interment Greenlawn Memorial cemetery, winasor. O'GRADY REV. GERALD B. JR.. 68, of Rockport, Mass., May 27. Husband of Ann G. (Nichols) O'-Grady; father of Gerald B. Ill of Winchester, Mass., Stephen G. of Mountain Lakes, N.J., Louise fc. Young ot wenesiey, Mass. and Margaret A. Young o Rockport, brother of David O'- Gradvot Wavnp. N J : also sur vived by seven grandchildren ano many nieces ano nepnews. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, June 1 at 1 1 a.m. in SI. Mary's Episcopal Church, 24 Broadway, Rockport. Memorial gifls may be made to any of the following: Addison Gilbert Hospital, 298 Washington, Gloucester, MA 01930; St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 24 Broadway, Rockport, MA 01966; Christ Church Cranbrook, Bloomfield Hills. Ml 48013 or fhe Episcopal Divinity School, 99 Brattle, Cambridge, MA 02174. OPAL GEORGE D Mav 30. Beloved hnthanH nt Mavbpllp: dear father of George and Rlchard; brother of Ruth Kozma and Marian Fenlon; also survived bv three grandchildren. Funeral service from McCabe Funeral Home, 31950 W. 12 Mile Rd., Farmlnutnn Hills Fr day 11 a.m. Visitation Wednesday and non weanesuov anu 2-9 p.m. Memorials to Hope Luveran 1200 W. 12 M l Rd., n Hills, 48331.J,- Thursday 2-9 p.m. Memorials preferred n Church, 3921 t-armmgion OSTROWSKI JOSEPH F. Beloved husband of the late Camllle; dear father of Theresa Ann Nathan ano ko berl Longstreth; nine grandchildren anrl 12 oreat-arand- chlldren. Funeral Thursdav 9:15 a m. at a.m. peters i-unerai Home, 32000 Schoenherr al Ma-snnlr lis1? mile) In Warren and 10 a.m. St. Leonard Catholic Church. Rosary Wednesday :ju p.m. visitation atier 4 p.m Tuesday OTTO FREDERICK T. "Rick," age 27, May 30, 1988 Beloved husband ot Cath; father of Terra and Scott; loving son of Phyllis 8tlo; orotner ot uonaio, Marx, K., Karla, Barbara, Brenda and Marion; uncie of zu; grandson nf Florence Ebbnahaus. Funeral service Frldav 1 p.m. at tneHarry J, win i-unerat Home, juuusixMiieKO., Livonia, visitation Wednesday after 6 p.m. PAFFEL lAAACCn AAau OA nt CI, ichlnn formerly of Westland. Beloved husband of Peggy; loving father ot James, jacx, ana jooy koo-erts; brother of Robert, David, an4 Inur. Di illlat la civ nrann- chlldren. Funeral Frldav 9:45 a m. at the Lents Funeral Home, 34567 Michigan Ave., vvavne ano mass iu a.m. at oi Mary's Church. PERRY SYLVIA P., May 30, 1988. Dear sister ot Liia carison ana jame: PevnnlHs Sprvlrps Thursday ! p.m. at Ihe Ross B. Northrop & Son Funeral Home, 22401 Grand River (Redford). Visitation Thursday noon until time of service. PERSIANI IRENE J. Beloved wife of Ihe late Aldo; dear mother of Dr. Richard (Penny) Perslanl and Mrs, Micnaei luonnai vernier; daughter of Virginia Norl; sister of Ornell Norl. Marian Franchi. Bernlce Franchi and Dr. John Norl; grandmother of Michelle, Bradley and Courtney. Services Thursday 9:30 a.m. from the voran punerai Home tuear-born Chapel). 23701 Ford Road. Dearborn. Donations may be made to tne American Lung Association. PINDZIA ANTHONY S. Mav 31, 1988. Beloved husband of V rglnla; loving father of Roberta (Henry) Cornell, of Ontario, Ca., Nadlne (Tim) Bllner, ol Houston, Tx., Bruce (Carlene) and Andrea; leaves three grandchildren. Member of P.L.A. V. ff 166, Livonia. Services Friday 9:15 a m. from the Salewskl Funeral Home, tyiit w. warren to si. John Bosco Church 10 a.m. Interment St. Hedwig Cemetery. Scriptures Thursday 7 p.m. RICHTER CATHERINE E. Age 66 of Ferndale. Wife of the late George; dear mother of Mrs, Mark (Mary Lou) LaBoda and Ruin A.; sister ot Marguerne Bor, Eugene, Carl, Walter, Ravmond and Joseph Bllot; also two Grandchildren. Visitation 6- 9 p.m. Tuesday and 2-9 p.m. Wednesday. Scripture service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral 9:30 a.m. Thursday from Ihe spautding ft Lunin runerai Home, 500 W. Nine Mile Road, Ferndale, to St. James Church, Fernrialeat If) a m Burial White Chapel. Memorials to the American Lancer society. ROBERTSON AMY V., age 80. Mav 30, 1988. Dear mother of John; grandmother of Yvonne and Sean; step-grandmother of Amy and Rick; also survived by three sisters, Kale, Edith and Eileen and the late Alfred. Services Thurs day 1:30 P.m. from Vermeulen Memorial Funeral Home, 980 N. NewDurgn, wesnano toiw. Ford Rd and Cherry Hill). Inter ment Grandiawn Cemetery. RUPPEL CHARLES. Beloved husband of the late Doris; dear father of Loralne; also survived by cousins and friends. Al fhe A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 20705 Mack Avenue at Vernier Road, Grosse Polnle Woods, until 9 p.m. Wednesday, in state at Charity Lutheran Church 10 a.m. Thursday until time of ser vice 1 1 a.m. Memorials to Lnar-Ity Lutheran Church will be appreciated. Visitation 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. Tuesday, 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. unlll 9 p.m. Wednesday. ' SEEGER ROSE MARIE, May 23, 1988 of Wayne. Age 60. Dear wife of Kicnara; motner ot mcnara, sister of Euoene (Mildred) Domanke; aunt of Slephan and Leonard Domanke. Arrangements by Ihe Lents Funeral Home, 721-5600, Burial In Pine Hill Cemelery, Cheboygan, SHERIDAN HILDA, aoe 86 Beloved mother ot Joseph Jr., Donald and Yvonne Goetz: also survived bv four grandchildren, five greatgrandchildren and one greal- reat-grangcniid. runerai hursdav 9:30 am. at Lambert- Vflrmeulen Funeral Home, 46401 Ann Aroor ko., piymoutn (1 mile W. of Sheldon), and 10 a.m. at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, Canton. Scripture service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Visitation Wednesday z-y p.m. SHEROSKY See Jendnelewskl notice. SILVERMAN FLORENCE. Beloved wife of the late Sidney Silverman; dear motner ot Kicnara Silverman sister nf Mrs. Georae (Jean Draokln. Services were held Tuesday al Ihe Ira Kaufman Chapel, aty-WKu. SNIDER ALBERT B. Beloved husband of Irene; dear father of Nancy Kizuka and Saundra Mcllhen-npv: dear hrnlher of Fvfilvn Ri ley and William Snider; also survived dv tour granocniiaren. Funeral Thursday II a.m Voran Funeral Home, (Allen park Lnapei), syuu Alien ko. SUROWITZ SOPHIE S. Beloved mother of Marvin and Arnold; grandmother of Molly. Graveside services Thursdav 1:15 p.m. at Hebrew Memorial Park. Arrangements by Hebrew Me morial Chapel. TAEPKE RICHARD W., Suddenly, Mav 30. Beloved nusoano ot veima, dear father of Mrs, Carol Cola, Richard O. and Gregory A.; Grandfather of Melissa. Jlmmv. Jason, Ryan and Tara; brother of Wlllard. Funeral service from McCabe Funeral Home, 31950 W. 12 Mile Rd., Farmington Hills, Thursday 11 a.m. Interment Oakland Hills. Visitation Wednesday i-i and 1-1 p.m. TALBOT WESLEY E. Beloved husband of Phyllis; dear father ol Mrs. Harry (Phyllis) Smith, Mrs. Russell (Jerelvn) Osborn and Dawn. Funeral Friday al 11 a m al the Dparhnrn Chanel of the Howe-Peterson Funeral Home, ZZ146 Micnigan Ave. Masonic service Thursday 8 6m. under Ihe ausces of earborn Lodge No. 172 F8.AM TRUPINO I no I A. Mav 29 Aae 18 of Ro mulus. Beloved daughter of Joe and saran; oear sister oi Bar npv U Inda) and Stacev: arand daughter ot Gertrude Peters; also survived bv two nephews. Michael and Matthew, and one niece, Crystal. Funeral services from the Martenson Funeral Home, my ii Alien Koaa corner of Goddard. Friday 10 m. Visi tation Wednesday 3-9 p.m. and Thursday 12 noon until 9 p. VINIC ELVIRA SOPHIA. Dearest wife of Frank. Donations to Cancer Foundation appreciated. WILLIAMS MARIAN W. Mav 24 of Birmingham. Wife of Ihe late JosephE .; mother of Charles E . of Birmingham and Mrs. Arnold (snerrnit weiss ot i-t. wayne Inri sister of Ruth Hawlev Roo and Dorothy Ballantine; also survived bv nine grandchildren. Memorial service Friday, June j, i p.m. ai 31. johio tuuiufm Church, 355 W. Maple, Bir-mlnaham. Tributes lo St. James Church urgan f-una. WIIMANS GLEN D 92 years. May 28, In Peloskev. Husband of the late Sylvia; tamer ot Mrs. Jean croie and Mrs, Lillian Hahn; one granddaughter. Mr. Wlnons was employed with Detroit ZZAUnn ac an anninopr fnr 1 years, retiring In 1961. Services I hurs. p.m Bnercice-1 ornan Funeral Home, Rogers Cilv. WIOSKOWSKI CORA, age 61. Beloved wife of the late Kenneth; also survived by seven sons; three daughters; 28 grandchildren; three greatgrandchildren; one brother and one sister. Funeral 9:30 Thursday morning from the R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Home, 15251 Harper and 10 o'clock al Assumption Grotto Catholic Church. Rosary 8 p.m. Wednesday. WOLNEZ REUBEN. Beloved husband of Pearl; dear father of Mrs. Linda (Dr. Dan) Howard and Mrs. Giffel (Dr. Dovld) Lazerson, brother of George Wolnez and Mrs. Frances Tessler; seven grandchildren. Services Wednesday 10 a m. at Hebrew Memorial Chapel. YORKE MAX of F lorida formerly of Detroit. Beloved husband of the late Marion Yorke; dear father of Hanley (Susan) and Douglas (Sally) Yorke; grandfather of Kevin, Lisa, Jenifer and Melissa. Services 3:30 Thursdav afternoon at the Ira Kaufman Chapel. Interment Clover Hill. ZACHARIAS WALTER J., May 29 ot West-land. Beloved husband of the late Irene; loving father of Don, Kern Hill, Bill, ano carol oinnsni. 14 grandchildren; brother of Frances Jankowskl and Helen Ralaiczak. Funeral service Thursday 10:15a.m. al Ihe Lents Funeral Home, 34567 Michigan Aup Wavnp and mass 11 a.m. at St'.Theodore's Church, West- land. Rosary weonesoav a p.m. ZOLNOSKI JOSEPH Pj. Mav 31. Beloved husband of Eleanor; dear father of Joan (Michael) Terranova, TedlCarolvn) Zolnoski and the late Paul Zolnoski; also survived bv eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; brother of Pauline Dziecio-lowski and Emily Wolff. Funeral Services Friday 9:30 a.m. from Ihe S.K. 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