Miscellaneous Westchester County, New York Obituaries

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Cecelia Coronel: Cortlandt resident

Cecelia M. Coronel, a resident of Cortlandt, died August 31.

She was 55.

She was born March 4, 1947 to Harry G. and Lillian J. Smith Quirk in the Town of Lewisboro.

She worked for many years as a monitor for Laidlaw and Royal Coach Bus Company in Peekskill.

She is survived by her husband, Jose P. Coronel; one son, Manual S. Moniz of Somers; and two daughters, Lenore Giovi of Bronxville and Christle Coronel of the home address.

She was predeceased by a brother and a sister.

Funeral arrangements and services were handled by E.O. Curry Funeral Home in Peekskill.
 

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Charles C. Grune Jr.: Peekskill resident

Charles C. Grune Jr. died August 31 at his home in Peekskill.

He was 82.

He was born May 31, 1920 in Peekskill to Charles C. and Jane Farley Grune Sr.

He was a 1938 graduate of Peekskill High School. During World War II, Mr. Grune served in the United States Marine Corps, stationed in the Pacific, in the Solomon Islands.

He married Leatrice "Pidge" Joy in Grove City, Pennsylvania on October 17, 1942. She predeceased him in 1987.

He was a longtime employee of IBM Corp. as a field engineer, retiring in 1985.

Mr. Grune was a communicant at Assumption Church in Peekskill. He enjoyed bowling, golfing, and horseshoe competition.

He is survived by three daughters, Joy Ann Grune, Jane Ekizian and Janet Gover; one son, Jeffrey Grune; and four grandchildren.

He is predeceased by two sisters, Eleanor and Katherine Grune.

Funeral arrangements and services were handled by Dorsey-Carlone Funeral Home in Peekskill.
 

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Estelle Ruth Bentley: Peekskill resident

Estelle Ruth Bentley, a resident of Peekskill, died August 23 at Hudson Valley Hospital Center.

She was 87.

She was born October 9, 1914 in Eastover, South Carolina to Fred and Lula Garner Fullenweider.

She was a nursing assistant at the FDR VA Hospital in Montrose for many years before her retirement. She was a member of the United Methodist Church of Peekskill.

She is survived by three sons, Alfred A. III, Kurt E. and Keith D. Bentley; three daughters, Barbara M. Gaffney, Carrie Weeks and Jo Ann Myers; one sister, Lula Mae Bridgewater; and a host of grandchildren and great grandchildren.

She was predeceased by her husband, Alfred A. Bentley II, and one daughter, Ruth Ann Baron.

Funeral arrangements and services were handled by E.O. Curry Funeral Home in Peekskill.
 

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Estelle Tuttle: Peekskill resident

Estelle Tuttle, a resident of Peekskill, died August 28.

She was 89.

She was born August 17, 1913 in Queens.

She was a hostess and manager for several restaurants in northern Westchester and worked at the Fran-Mar in Ossining for more than 15 years.

She was a member of Assumption Church in Peekskill and enjoyed playing bingo for many years.

She was predeceased by one son, Charles Edward Linehan, and two sisters.

Funeral arrangements and services were handled by E.O. Curry Funeral Home in Peekskill.
 

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Mary Lee Collins: Peekskill resident

Mary Lee Collins, a resident of Peekskill, died August 26.

She was 90.

She was born August 17, 1912 in Jackson, MS to Charles Henry and Phoebe Ward Collins.

She worked as a childcare worker for Dr. Mattes in New York City for many years.

She resided in New York City before moving to Peekskill in 1981.

She was a member of the Refuge Church of Christ in Peekskill.

She is survived by three daughters, Louise Madden, Betty Nadine Mason, and Mildred Ward; three sisters, Jewel Forte, E.J. Loftus and Esther Hodges; 16 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren.

She was predeceased by one son, Willie Dixon, two brothers, Charles and Clemmins Collins, and six sisters, Lorraine Hollis, Lenore Collins, Irene Hutchinson, Laura Bonner, Grace McLoed and Ruth Banks.

Funeral arrangements and services were handled by E.O. Curry Funeral Home in Peekskill.
 

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Walter MacAlpin: Montrose resident

Walter D. MacAlpin, a resident of Montrose, died August 30.

He was 70.

He was born May 5, 1932 in New York City to William and Ellen Marie (Walsh) MacAlpin.

Mr. MacAlpin was a 38- year veteran of the United States Navy, serving during the Korean War and attaining the rank of 1st Class Chief Petty Officer.

He is survived by his son Michael and his wife Cori of Stony Point; son Patrick of Montrose; brother Kenneth of Port Ritchie, Florida and his children, and a brother Donald of New Jersey and his children, one sister-in-law Maureen Blair of Homosassa, Florida and her children Kathy, Kenny and John Kollmeier.

He was predeceased by his wife Patricia and one brother William.

Funeral arrangements and services were handled by Edward F. Carter Funeral Home in Montrose.
 
 

Charles C. "Chuck" Turner: former Buchanan resident

Charles C. "Chuck" Turner, a former resident of Buchanan, died September 5 at the Westchester Medical Center.

He was born August 2, 1963 in Cold Spring to Richard A. and Dymphna "Debbie" Pauwels Turner.

He was an electrician with Local #3 in Queens for the past 17 years.

Mr. Turner was a member of St. Maryís Church in Wappingers Falls, a former member of St. Christopherís Church in Buchanan and a member of the Local Motorcycle Club in Queens.

He married Sharon M. Piucci at St. Christopherís Church on September 12, 1987.

He has resided in Poughkeepsie for the past seven years. Prior to that he lived in Buchanan.

He is survived by his wife, Sharon Turner; two daughters, Nichole A. and Jacqueline K. Turner, all of Poughkeepsie; one brother, Richard A. Turner Jr., and one sister, Lisa M. Turner, both of Wappingers Falls; and his maternal grandmother, Marie J. Pauwels of Peekskill.

He is also survived by aunts, uncles, cousins, three nephews and five nieces.

Funeral arrangements and services were handled by E.O. Curry Funeral Home in Peekskill.
 

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Helen Caputo: Peekskill and Cortlandt resident

Helen B. Caputo, a Peekskill native, died September 5 at the Westledge Healthcare Facility.

She was 84.

She was born July 25, 1918 in Peekskill to Johan Eddie and Helen Conklin Beisser.

She was a member of the Annsville Baptist Church.

She is survived by her husband, Patrick J. Caputo of Cortlandt and a granddaughter, Doreen Caputo of Parkersburg, PA.

She was predeceased by four brothers and one sister.

Funeral arrangements and services were handled by E.O. Curry Funeral Home in Peekskill.
 

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Nicholas T. Bobolia Sr.: ex-Peekskill business owner

Nicholas T. Bobolia Sr., a resident of Peekskill, died September 7 at the Cortlandt Healthcare Center.

He was 89.

He was born December 17, 1912 in Peekskill to Stephen and Mary Keic Bobolia.

He was a co-founder and owner of the Home Mason Supply Corporation in Peekskill.

He served in the Army during WWII, where he received the Bronze Medal and attained the rank of Captain, CE.

While he was stationed in Europe, he met his wife, the former Edna Stephens. They were married on January 23, 1947 at the Church of Assumption in Peekskill.

He was a member of St. Columbanus Church where he was a member of the Building Committee when the new church was built.

He was also an Honorary Life Member of the Knights of Columbus-Fr. John LaFarge Council No. 4012. He was a former member of the Kiwanis Club and the Holy Name Society of St. Columbanus Church.

Mr. Bobolia was very active and past president of the Walter Panas Parents Club, very active with the Cortlandt Little League and a merit badge counselor for the Boys Scouts.

His hobbies included golf, tennis and woodworking.

He lived in Peekskill until moving to Cortlandt in 1955.

He is survived by his wife, Edna S. Bobolia of Cortlandt Manor, seven sons, Kevin S. of Laconia, New Hampshire, Michael P. (Laura) of Strafford, Virginia, Stephen J. (Paula) of North Salem, Keith T. (Christine), Nicholas T. Jr. (Sylvia) both of Cortlandt Manor, Jonathan P. (Linda) and Timothy J. both of San Diego, California and a daughter, Stephanie A. (Eric) Orhelein of Peekskill, three brothers, Steve of Peekskill, George of Santa Barbara, and Paul of Chicago, Illinois, 30 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.

He was predeceased by a brother, John and four sisters, Rose Surak, Mary McCaffrey, Eva Berger and Helen Bobolia.

Funeral arrangements and services were handled by E.O. Curry Funeral Home in Peekskill.
 

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William Amory: former Peekskill resident

William C.M. Amory, a former Peekskill resident, died September 8 at his home in North Creek, New York.

He was born February 19, 1911 in Peekskill to William C. and Ella Mae Browne Armory and graduated from Peekskill High School.

He served in the U.S. Navy from 1942 to 1945 with the 80th NCB (Seabees), attaining the rank of 1st Class Petty Officer.

Mr. Amory was a postal clerk at the Peekskill Post Office for 32 years before retiring in 1966.

He was a longtime member of the VFW.

On July 8, 1933, he married Mildred B. White at St. Peterís Episcopal Church in Peekskill. They had moved to North Creek in 1967 from Peekskill. Mrs. Amory died December 29, 1997.

He was also a New York State employee working at Gore Mountain where he managed the ice skating facility for four years, before retiring in 1971.

He was a member of the Church of the Holy Cross in Warrensburg; a former member of St. Peterís Church in Peekskill; a member and officer of the North Creek Rotary Club; and he co-founded and was a member of the OssPeek Golf Club along with his wife, Mildred.

He received the 70 Plus & 90 Plus President Award for achievement in sports and was an avid ice skater, skier and golfer.

He is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Carol and Leroy Sullivan Jr. of Tampa, Florida; a daughter-in-law Elizabeth Amory of Louisville, Kentucky; three sisters, Kathleen Moshier of Urbanna, Virginia, Jessica Moshier of Peekskill, and Helen Jackson of Lexington, Kentucky; and three grandchildren, Tony Amory and Kent and Amory Sanders.

He was predeceased by his son, William C. Amory, one sister, Mary Bowman, and two brothers, Reginald and Louis Amory.

Funeral arrangements and services were handled by E.O. Curry Funeral Home in Peekskill.


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