Miscellaneous Essex County, Massachusetts Obituaries


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Ignazio V. Boggiatto
Ignazio V. Boggiatto, 86, of Groveland died last Wednesday at Town Manor 
Nursing Home, Lawrence. He leaves Haverhill relatives.
He was the son of the late Antonio and Orselina (Billiano) Boggiatto and 
was educated in Groveland schools.
He was a World War II veteran of the U.S. Navy. He began his career as a 
truck driver for Wing's Express in Haverhill.
For over 40 years, Mr. Boggiatto owned and operated Joe's Haverhill 
Express until his retirement in 1984. After his retirement he was employed 
at Early & Sons General Contractors, Inc.
He was a member of St. Patrick's Parish in South Groveland, Sons of Italy 
Drum and Bugle Corps and Christ the King Council Knights of Columbus. He 
enjoyed gardening, bowling and playing billiards.
He was the husband of the late Lucy M. (Piccirillo) Boggiatto and father 
of the later Robert Boggiatto.
He is survived by daughters Lucy A. Boggiatto and Karen J. Boggiatto, both 
of Groveland, Patricia Keith and her husband Fred of West Roxbury and 
Diane Chesnutt, Ellenton, Fla.; sons Vincent A. Boggiatto of Salisbury and 
John J. Boggiatto and his wife Renee of Haverhill; daughter-in-law Mary 
Ellen Boggiatto of Groveland; brother Joseph Boggiatto of Haverhill; 
grandchildren; great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
A funeral Mass was Saturday in St. Patrick's Church. Burial was in St. 
Patrick's Cemetery.
Arrangements were by the C. Frank Linnehan & Son Funeral Home, Bradford. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

Charles D. Brown
Charles D. "Danny" Brown III, 49, a former resident of Plaistow, N.H., 
died last Thursday at Lakes Region General Hospital in Laconia, N.H. 
following a heart attack. He was born in Haverhill.
Raised in Plaistow, Mr. Brown attended Timberlane Regional High School. He 
served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War and worked for 
several years as a self-employed carpenter.
A resident of the Gilford/Laconia area for the past five years, he was a 
member of the Happy House Dart Club of Meredith, N.H. He enjoyed 
motorcycles and playing horseshoes.
He is survived by son, Charles D. Brown IV of Hudson, N.H.; four 
daughters, Nicole Brown of Groveland, Melissa Barnard of Portsmouth, N.H., 
Randi-Lee Sauders of Raymond, N.H. and Jessica Knight of Manchester, N.H.; 
parents Charles D. Jr. and Beatrice (Collins) Brown of Plaistow; four 
sisters, Linda Daggett of Newton, N.H., Sharon Turcotte of Kingston, N.H., 
Wanda Leone of Sebastian, Fla. and Laurie Leeman of Danville, N.H.; 
grandmother Albertine Sargent of Lansing, Tenn.; aunt Barbara Glover of 
St. Cloud, Fla.; special friend Janice Stewart of Gilford, N.H.; five 
grandchildren; aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
Burial was in Plaistow Cemetery.
Arrangements were by Brookside Chapel & Funeral Home, 116 Main St., Route 
121 A, Plaistow NH. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

Joseph J. Caradonna
Joseph J. Caradonna, 78, of Stuart, Fla. died Tuesday, July 18 at Martin 
Memorial Hospital South, Stuart. He was born in Haverhill.
He was a resident of Stuart for 16 years, moving from Salem, N.H.
During World War II, he served as a shipfitter, 1st class in the U.S. Navy.
Before his retirement, he was a mason for Ross Concrete Flooring in Salem, 
N.H. for 12 years. 
Mr. Caradonna was a member of the VFW in Salem, N.H. and a retired member 
of the Cement Finishers Union #534 in Boston.
He was the husband of the late Amelia Caradonna and father of the late 
Carol Caradonna.
He is survived by two sons, Joseph Caradonna Jr. of Salem, Timothy 
Caradonna of Haverhill; daughter Debra Laroche of Brentwood, N.H.; 
brothers Rocco Caradonna of Bristol, N.H. and Paul Caradonna of Atkinson, 
N.H.; three sisters, Beatrice Caradonna of Haverhill, Margaret Grabiec of 
Hampton, N.H. and Jean Miller of Kingston, N.H.; and four grandchildren.
A memorial service is Friday, Aug. 11 at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph Church, 33 
Main St., Salem, N.H.
Arrangements were by Aycock Funeral Home, Stuart Fla. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

Leo Christman
Leo L. Christman, 60, of Salisbury, formerly of Haverhill, died July 4 at 
his residence.
Born in Haverhill, he was the son of Leo L. Christman and Florence M. 
Doyle. He was educated in Haverhill Schools. 
He resided in Lake Wales, Fla. where he was a landscaper for Meditation 
Gardens and a groomer at the Hialeah Raceway. He was also employed as a 
Mr. Christman is survived by seven children including son Mark Coito of 
Haverhill; brother Robert Christman of Georgia; sisters Donna Marr of 
Maine, Nancy Christman and Judy Pike of New Hampshire; and nieces and 
A memorial Mass is Sunday, Aug. 13 in the Star of the Sea Church, 
Arrangements were by the H.L. Farmer & Sons Funeral Homes, 
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 66 Y Concord St., 
Wilmington MA 01887. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

Donald F. Cortes
Donald F. Cortes, 72, of Haverhill died Sunday at Massachusetts General 
Hospital, Boston after a brief illness. 
Born Plaistow, N.H., he was educated in Haverhill Schools before moving 
to Brooklyn, N.Y. where he attended high school. He also attended the 
Maritime Academy School in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. He served in the U.S. 
Merchant Marine during World War II and the Korean War.
Mr. Cortes worked as a truck driver and later as an engineer for Bixby 
International and the Gillette Co., and as a stationery engineer 
supervisor of the power plant at Merrimack College until his retirement in 
1990. Until recently, he worked as a security guard at Northern Essex 
Community College.
In 1972, Mr. Cortes joined the Haverhill Auxiliary Police Department and 
was named chief in 1990, a post he held for seven years. During his 
tenure, he was instrumental in updating the equipment available to the 
auxiliary police officers.
He enjoyed computers, radios and other electronic equipment and listening 
to country music. He was active in Native American and veterans' causes 
and belonged to a local Bible study group. 
A longtime member of the Massachusetts Constables' Association, he 
established Riversedge Consultants.
He leaves a wife, Jeanne M. (Sprague) Cortes; two daughters, Christine M. 
Perrin and her husband D. Richard of Hampstead, N.H. and Charlene J. 
Campbell of Irvine, Calif.
He was the father of the late Donald F. Cortes Jr.
Calling hours are Wednesday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at 
Berube-Comeau Funeral Home, 47 Broadway.
His funeral service is Thursday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home.
Burial will be private. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

Ruth C. Gilbert
Ruth C. (Gilmartin) Gilbert, 83, of Bradford died Friday at Hale Hospital.
Born in Haverhill, she was the daughter of the late Frederick C. and 
Florence M.G. (McGrath) Gilmartin and had been a Bradford resident all her 
life. She was educated in Haverhill Schools and Haverhill High School.
She was the wife of the late Paul F. Gilbert.
She leaves son James M. Gilbert of Bradford and nieces and nephews.
Burial was in Elmwood Cemetery.
Arrangements were by C. Frank Linnehan & Son Funeral Home, Bradford. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

Pauline L. Gogas
Pauline L. "Polly" (Dufour) Gogas, 73, of Plaistow died Monday at home 
following a long illness. Born and educated in Haverhill, she was a 
graduate of Haverhill High School.
She attended MacIntosh Business School and New Hampshire Technical 
Institute in Stratham, N.H. She worked at Western Electric Co. in North 
Andover and later at New England Telephone, retiring in 1978. She also 
worked as a medical assistant for several Merrimack Valley area doctors.
A resident of Plaistow for 37 years, Mrs. Gogas was a member of Holy 
Angels Church and was a charter member and past treasurer of the Plaistow 
Professional and Business Women's Club. She was also a member of the 
Telephone Pioneers of America and a former member of the parents 
association of the Pingree School in Hamilton. She enjoyed traveling.
She leaves her husband of 38 years, Joseph A. Gogas; son Joseph A. Gogas 
Jr. of Toronto, Ontario; brother Lionel "Duffy" Dufour of Panama City, 
Fla.; and nieces, nephews and cousins.
A funeral Mass is Thursday at 10:30 a.m. in Holy Angels Church, Plaistow. 
Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, Haverhill. 
Arrangements are by Brookside Chapel & Funeral Home, Plaistow.
Memorial donations may be made to Merrimack Valley Hospice. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

John T. Herook
John T. Herook, 75, of Bradford, formerly of Wakefield and Reading, died 
Thursday at Holy Family Hospital, Methuen. 
Born in Bangor, Maine, he was a 1943 graduate of Wakefield High School. He 
was a self-employed major appliance repairman and in 1993 received a U.S. 
patent for a plumbing tool.
Mr. Herook served as a sergeant during World War II, earning five battle 
stars, and was in the 3rd wave on D-day in Normandy, France. He was a 
member of the VFW in Wakefield.
He was the husband of Jacqueline (Ilsley) Eaton and leaves three sons, 
David J. and his wife Lorraine, Donald B. and his wife Sandra and Alan T. 
all of Haverhill; three brothers, Henry and his wife of Reading, Stephen 
and his wife of Plaistow, N.H. and Paul and his wife of San Diego, Calif.; 
one sister, Susan and her husband of Lincolnton, N.C.; three 
grandchildren, David J., Jason M. and Stacy R.; and nieces and nephews.
Burial was in Forest Glade Cemetery, Wakefield.
Arrangements were by McDonald Funeral Home, Wakefield. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

Concetta Iola
Concetta (Schena) Iola, 97, of Haverhill died Saturday at Baker-Katz 
Nursing Home.
Born in Haverhill, she was the daughter of the late Angelo and Francesca 
(Del Visco) Schena. She attended Haverhill Schools.
Mrs. Iola was the co-owner of Schena's Bakery on River St., retiring in 
She was the wife of the late Domenic Iola who died in 1966.
She is survived by son Louis Robert Iola of Haverhill; daughter Norma 
Grise of Chicopee; brothers Michael and Alfred Schena both of Haverhill; 
sister Antoinette Miller of Haverhill; seven grandchildren; 11 
great-grandchildren; five great-great grandchildren; and nieces and 
A funeral Mass was Tuesday in St. John the Baptist Church.
Burial was in St. Patrick's Cemetery.
Contributions in her memory may be made to Merrimack Valley Hospice, 360 
Merrimack St., Bldg. 9, Lawrence MA 01840
Arrangements were by H.L. Farmer & Sons Funeral Home, Bradford. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

Joseph Keraly
Joseph "Joe Joe Bananas" Keraly, 58, of Danville, N.H. died Monday at The 
Mr. Keraly worked for Metal Tronics in Haverhill for 10 years as a spot 
Born in Fort Meade, Md., he graduated from Ayer (Mass.) High School and 
lived in Shirley from 1951 to 1988. He served in the U.S. Army.
He leaves sisters Minerva Doar of Hudson, Fla. and Sheila Clifford of 
Shirley; and longtime companion Barbara Lapierre of Danville.
Arrangements are by Cremation Society of New Hampshire.
Contributions in his memory may be made to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, 
44 Binney St., Boston MA 02115. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

Alberta I. Machado
Alberta I. (Beauregard) Machado, 66, of North Andover, formerly of 
Salisbury, died Monday at the Prescott House. She leaves a daughter in 
Born in Tarrytown, N.Y., she lived in the Lawrence area until moving to 
Salisbury 12 years ago.
She was a retired employee of AT&T, North Andover.
She is survived by daughters Jean A. and her husband Scott Novick of 
Shrewsbury and Judy-Ann and Joseph Casey of Haverhill; sons James E. of 
Thornton, N.H., Richard J. and his wife Karen of Lawrence and Robert W. 
and his wife Maureen of Methuen; sister Shirley Courcy of Methuen; seven 
grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
A funeral Mass was Friday at St. Patrick's Church in Lawrence. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

Frances I. McGrahan
Frances I. (Hackett) McGrahan, 79, of Haverhill died Monday at Penacook 
A lifelong city resident, she was the daughter of the late John M. and 
Edith (Farrington) Hackett and attended Haverhill High School.
She worked in local shoe shops including Ornsteen Shoe, in addition to 
working several years at Western Electric.
Mrs. McGrahan was a member of the Haverhill Church of the Nazarene and a 
senior volunteer at the Citizen's Center.
She leaves a daughter, Faye V. Honor and her husband Donald of Haverhill; 
two granddaughters, Dawn M. Honor of East Hampstead, N.H. and Carolyn 
Bergeron of Haverhill; great-grandson Joshua J. Bergeron of Haverhill; 
sister Ruth Bernard of Sanford, Maine; and nieces, nephews and cousins.
Funeral services were Wednesday at Paul C. Rogers & Sons Funeral Home.
Burial was in Elmwood Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, 36 
Cameron Ave., Cambridge MA 02140-1102. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

Ernest M. Rose
Ernest M. Rose, 81, of Haverhill, formerly of Rockport, died Saturday at 
Baker-Katz Nursing Home.
Born and educated in Gloucester, he was the son of the late Frank and Mary 
(Prady) Rose. 
He had been a resident of Haverhill since 1998 and previously resided in 
Mr. Rose was a World War II U.S. Army veteran. Mr. Rose served with 
General Patton's Third Armored Division in the European, African and 
Middle Eastern Campaigns.
He was co-owner of Bill & Ernie's Market, Rockport. For 30 years he was 
the owner and operator of Ernie's Market in Rockport until his retirement 
in 1976. After his retirement he was a school bus driver for Rockport 
special needs students.
He was a member and Past Commander of the Rockport VFW Post; a member of 
the Gloucester Knights of Columbus; life member of the New Port Richey, 
Fla. VFW Post; a member of the New Port Richey Knights of Columbus and a 
former member of the Rockport Golf Club.
He was the husband of the late Bertha G. (Russell) Rose.
He is survived by daughter Linda J. (Mrs. Darrell J.) Parsons of 
Groveland; sons Ernest "Mike" Rose Jr., Gloucester and Jesse A. Rose, 
Rockport; three sisters, Mary Gamradt, Henrietta Costa and Sophie 
Balzarini all of Gloucester; brother Tommy Rose of Orlando, Fla.; six 
grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
Burial was in Beech Grove Cemetery, Rockport.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
Arrangements were by C. Frank Linnehan & Son Funeral Home. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

Mary K. Sargent
Mary K. Sargent, 99, of Center Sandwich, N.H. died July 27 at the Lakes 
Region General Hospital in Laconia, N.H.
Born in Haverhill, she was the daughter of John S. and Eliza P. (McVey) 
King. She graduated from Haverhill High.
Mrs. Sargent was the oldest graduate of LaSalle University in Newton. She 
resided in Winchester for over 50 years and was a summer and weekend 
resident of Center Sandwhich. She became a permanent resident of Center 
Sandwich in 1983.
She was an accomplished pianist and taught piano piano in the Winchester 
area. She studied at the New England Conservatory and played for local 
groups and organizations.
Mrs. Sargent was a member of the Federated Church of Sandwich, the En-Ka 
Society of Winchester, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Sandwich Historical 
Society, and a past member of the Squam Lakes Association.
She was the wife of the late Leon Frank Sargent.
She is survived by three children, David B. Sargent of New London, N.H., 
John K. Sargent of Hanover and Elizabeth S. Vazifdar of Meredith, N.H.; 
seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.
A memorial service in the Federated Church of Sandwich, Methodist Meeting 
House is Sunday, Aug. 27 at 2 p.m. Burial will be in the Rural Cemetery, 
Center Sandwich.
Memorials may be made to the Norris Cotton Cancer Center, 
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, N.H.
Arrangements are by the Mayhew Funeral Home, Meredith, N.H. 
 - Published August 17, 2000 

Rose Shilmon
Rose Marie Shilmon of Lowell died at birth last Tuesday at Brigham & 
Women's Hospital in Boston. She leaves grandparents in Haverhill.
She is survived by her parents, Christopher and Cheryl Shilmon of Lowell, 
sister Lillian Shilmon of Lowell; grandparents William and Susan Belkus of 
Haverhill and Charles and Carol Shilmon of Dracut; and aunts, uncles and 
Arrangements were by Berube-Comeau Funeral Home, 47 Broadway, Haverhill. 
 - Published August 17, 2000

Gale Anne Smith
Gale Anne Smith, 52, of Hampton, N.H., formerly of Chandler, Ariz., died 
Friday at Exeter Hospital in Exeter, N.H. after a long illness. She 
graduated from Haverhill High School in 1965.
Born in North Reading, she was the daughter of Nathaniel C. and Marjorie 
G. (Edgerly) Smith. 
She received her nursing degree from Maine Medical Center School of 
Nursing in Portland, Maine and was employed as a home health care provider 
for different agencies. She moved to Hampton in 1997.
Ms. Smith enjoyed traveling, walking on the beach and spending time with 
her grandsons. She also enjoyed taking care of elderly people.
She is survived by her mother of Hampton, N.H.; two daughters, Kari 
(Kramer) Wright of Kennebunk, Maine and Jodi (Kramer) Gugler of Peabody; 
two brothers, Nathaniel and Jeffrey Smith of Hampton; and two grandsons, 
Alexander and Samuel Wright of Kennebunk.
A funeral Mass was Tuesday in St. Martha's Church, Kennebunk.
Memorials may be made to the Children's Miracle Network, 22 Bramhall St., 
Portland, Maine 04102.
Arrangements were by Bibber Memorial Chapel, 67 Summer St., Kennebunk. 
 - Published August 17, 2000

Victoria R. Tassinari
Victoria R. (Nibaldo) Tassinari, 94, of Bradford died Saturday at Kenoza 
Born in Haverhill, she was the daughter of the late John and Mary Nibaldo. 
A lifelong resident, she attended St. James Grammar and High School. She 
was a member of Sacred Hearts Church.
Mrs. Tassinari enjoyed planting and gardening.
She was the wife of the late Vincent Joseph Tassinari and mother of the 
late Vincent Joseph Tassinari Jr.
She is survived by daughter Joan M. and her husband John J. Francis of 
Bradford; grandson John V. Francis of Haverhill; and nieces and nephews.
She was also the sister of the late Michael Nibaldo, Anne Palmeginao and 
Jane Paolino.
A funeral Mass was Wednesday in Sacred Hearts Church. Burial was in 
Elmwood Cemetery.
Arrangements were by H.L. Farmer & Sons Funeral Home, Bradford.
Memorials may be made to Sacred Hearts Church, 48 South Chestnut St., 
Bradford MA 01835. 
 - Published August 17, 2000

Monroe Whittier Jr.
Monroe Bradford "Brad" Whittier Jr., 57, formerly of Haverhill, died July 
30 in Denham Springs, La.
Born in New Britain, Conn., he came to Haverhill at an early age and 
attended Haverhill Schools. While in Haverhill, he attended Pilgrim 
Holiness Church and was a freelance photographer for the former Haverhill 
Journal newspaper.
Mr. Whittier served as a lance corporal in the Marines during the Vietnam 
War. Upon his return from Vietnam, he moved to Prairieville, La. where he 
had since lived. Mr. Whittier was also a certified welder and continued 
his freelance photography. He was a member of the Christian Freedom Center 
in Walker, La.
He is survived by son, Monroe Bradford Whittier III and his wife Valerie 
of Walker; daughters Ann Marie and her husband William Morris of 
Prairieville, La. and Rebecca and her husband David Blakley of Tacoma, 
Wash.; sisters Sandra L. Brown of Haverhill and Beverly Martel of Weare, 
N.H.; 14 grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.
A memorial service was at the Christian Freedom Center in Walker.
Burial was in Linwood Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the Giddeon's Memorial Bible Fund, c/o Christian 
Freedom Center, P.O. Box 999, Walker LA 70785.
Arrangements were by H.L. Farmer & Sons Funeral Homes. 
 - Published August 17, 2000

Hartley H. Winter
Hartley H. Winter, 91, of Pinellas Park, Fla. died Monday in Clearwater, 
Fla. He was born in Haverhill.
He was the son of the late Murray L. and Edith F. Winter. While in 
Haverhill, he was a member of the office staff of Haverhill Gas and Light 
Co. for 16 years and a member of the Grace United Methodist Church where 
he was a lay preacher. He was a past officer of Merrimac Lodge, F. & A.M.
Mr. Winter was the husband of the late Gladys M. Winter.
He is survived by daughter Susanne Bowles of Pinellas Park; three 
brothers, Floyd of Derry, N.H., Russell of Danville, N.H. and Ernest of 
Plaistow, N.H.; two sisters, Nellie Pollkister and Eileen Lajoi of 
Haverhill; four grandchildren, Karen Terrano and Susanne Bliven both of 
Portsmouth, R.I., Linda Hayes of Jacksonville, Fla. and Patrick Bowles of 
Great Falls, Mont.; 11 great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.
A funeral service will be held at a later date. 
Arrangements were by Osgood-Cloud Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 
 - Published August 17, 2000

Lerah Wightman, 105
Shortly before her death Sunday at The Oxford, Lerah P. (White) Wightman turned to her son with a big concern. Who would care for the tomato plants at her home at 81 South Webster St.? They were her gift to the neighborhood for the past 40 years and people were looking forward to the harvest. Except for the past two weeks, the city's oldest resident lived independently, surrounded by her garden, friends and daily activities. Most of the residents inside the elderly Haverhill Housing Authority complex were young enough to be her children and she called them all "kids." "Up until five years ago, she was driving a car," said her son, Phillip A., himself a spry 70. "Her license had expired and she never got it renewed. I told her she could get punished by the police for doing such a thing. She poked me in the ribs and laughed. Who's going to antagonize a 100-year-old?" Mrs. Wightman handled her own housecleaning and cooked her meals. She celebrated her centennial with a knee operation which resulted from pumping a stationary bike. In her 90s she coped with a massive heart attack and hysterectomy. An upstairs neighbor made it a point to check on her daily. Louise Ayers couldn't escape the woman's boundless energy and defiance. "I caught her more than once on her hands and knees shampooing the rug," said Ayers. "She did it before her son arrived so he wouldn't complain." Mrs. Wightman woke up each day to a full breakfast of bacon and eggs, then spent her day knitting afghans and sweaters around quiz shows on TV. With Phillip at her side, she would challenge him on the answers. She was tempted by lobster or veal cutlet with spaghetti whenever they went to a restaurant. Her home was neat, every knickknack in place, every keepsake and heirloom in place with a full complement of stuffed animals resting on her bed. Her telephone got a workout as she talked to seven grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. She was also the mother of the late Robert M. Wightman. In her earlier years, Mrs. Wightman organized a World War II Auxiliary on Emerson Street, next to the Boys' Club. The place served as a shelter for the needy. They were all "Wightman's boys." She also led a drill team and belonged to the Red Cross. She spent her working life inside the shoe shops, following a stretch in school where she received two double promotions. She never touched tobacco and the only alcohol she kept around the house was the kind you rubbed. "She had her funeral all planned out 25 years ago and paid for it, right down to the newspaper notices," said Phillip. "She was one step ahead of everybody else but her longevity even surprised her." Mrs. Wightman was born in Dover, N.H., and lived in Haverhill for 92 years. She was president of the former Bradford Terrace Social Club and belonged to the VFW Auxiliary and Golden Age Club. She also leaves a daughter-in-law, Maria, of Bradford and several nieces and nephews. Her funeral service will be Thursday morning at 11 at the H.L. Farmer and Sons Bradford Funeral Home, 210 South Main St., followed by burial in Elmwood Cemetery, Bradford. Calling hours at the funeral home were scheduled Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m.
 - Published August 17, 2000