|DIANE M. DíALESSANDRO
Diane M. DíAlessandro, 56, Scranton, died August 14 in the Hospice
Unit of the Mid-Valley Hospital, Peckville.
Born Aug. 15, 1943, daughter of the late Charles D. and Ethel J. Wigley
Gaylets, she was raised in Old Forge before settling in Scranton 23 years
ago. She was educated in Old Forge schools and received nursing certification
at the Vo-Tech. She was a private duty practical nurse. She was a member
of the Lackawanna County Kennel Club and a breeder of Sheltie dogs.
She was a beloved mother and grandmother and a lover of animals. She
was devoted to her patients and will be missed by her family and friends.
Surviving are a son, Jeff, Scranton; a daughter, Beth Ann, Mount Cobb;
a sister, Sandra Jensen, Scranton; seven grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by a brother, Lee; and a grandson.
Cremation took place at Maple Hill Cematory, Wilkes-Barre. Graveside
services were held in Fairview Memorial Park, Elmhurst, by the Rev. Kerry
A. Bingaman, pastor, Moosic Assembly of God Church.
Arrangements, Thomas P. Kearney Funeral Home, 517 N. Main St., Old
FLORENCE YEDNASTY GUDIATUS
Florence Yednasty Gudiatus, formerly of Dickson City, died August 15
at the hospice unit of Mercy Hospital. She was the widow of William Gudiatus
Sr., who died in 1996.
Born in Dickson City, daughter of the late Stanley and Rose Zelazinski
Yednasty, she was a 1941 graduate of Dickson City High School. She was
employed in the area garment industry and by Hills Department Store before
retirement. She was a member of St. Josephís Church, North Scranton.
Surviving are a son, William Jr., Scranton; a daughter, Mariann Norvilas,
Mount Cobb; eight grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; nieces and
She was preceded in death by four brothers, John, Edward, William and
Stanley Jr.; three sisters, Sophie, Helen and Frances and a great-grandson.
Private funeral services and interment were conducted. Memorial contributions
may be made to Mercy Hospice, 746 Jefferson Ave., 18510.
Arrangements by the Joseph C. Noreika Funeral Home, 1740 N. Main Ave.
ANTHONY W. WIKTOR
Anthony W. Wiktor, Carbondale, died August 14 at the Marian Community
Hospital, Carbondale. His wife is the former Adellaide Zaccagino. The couple
celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary April 19.
Born in Dickson City, son of the late Anthony and Catherine Stepkovitch
Wiktor, he was a member of St. Rose Church, Carbondale. He was a graduate
of Dickson City High School, and he served with the United States Army
in World War II. Prior to retirement, he was employed by the Irvington
School District, N.J.
He was a good husband, father and grandfather.
Surviving are a son, Anthony, Lake Ariel, a daughter, Lisa Walsh, East
Windsor, N.J., a brother, John, Dickson City, a grandson; nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by brothers and sisters.
The funeral Mass was at St. Rose Church, Carbondale. Interment, Mount
Carmel Cemetery, Dunmore.
Arrangements by the Frank T. Mazur Funeral Home, 519 Dundaff St., Dickson
HELEN MAKSIMOWICZ DALLAO
Helen Maksimowicz Dallao, formerly of Throop, died August 15 at the
Allied Long Term Care Center. She was the widow of Anthony B. Dallao, who;
died Jan. 14, 1987.
Born in Scranton, daughter of the late Frank and Bertha Szymanski Maksimowicz,
she resided in Throop most of her life. Before retirement she was employed
at Marywood College. She was a graduate of Throop High School and a member
of St. Anthonyís Church, Throop, and its Altar and Rosary Society. She
was a lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary.
She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and sister
who will be missed by all who loved her.
Surviving are a daughter, Andrea Swenski, Moscow; two sisters, Sophie
Pociask, Rochester, N.Y., and Eleanor Kaminsky, Rockport, Mass.; two brothers,
Edward, South Fork, Colo., and John, Stanford, Conn.; two grandchildren;
a great-grandchild; nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by two brothers, Joseph and Stanley.
The funeral was from the John J. Turko and Sons Funeral Home, 402 Boulevard
Ave., Dickson City, with Mass in St. Anthonyís Church, celebrated by the
Rev. August Ricciardi, pastor. Interment, parish cemetery.
SALVATORE J. SABATELLE
Salvatore J. Sabatelle, Moscow, died August 14 at Mercy Hospital after
being stricken ill at home. His widow is the former Virginia Notz. They
celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary on July 12.
Born in Dunmore, son of the late Angelo and Giovanina Pace Sabatelle,
he was a graduate of Dunmore High School and was a member of St. Catherine
of Siena Church, Moscow. He was a certified executive chef of the American
Culinary Association and attended the Culinary Institute of America, New
Haven, Conn. He served as an apprentice at the Hotel Casey and had retired
from the Keystone City Residence in 1995. He also owned Sabatelle Catering
and was a part-owner of Billyís Seafood and Steakhouse, Dunmore. He founded
the Professional Chefs Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania in 1973
and was honored as Chef of the Year in 1974. He also served as the ethics
chairman of the American Culinary Federation for 15 years.
Also surviving are a brother, Michael, Dunmore; nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by two brothers, William and Daniel; and three
sisters, Angeline Sabatelle, Catherine Sabatelle and Lena Possanza.
The funeral was from the Carlucci-Golden-DeSantis Funeral Home, 318
E. Drinker St., Dunmore, with Mass in St. Anthony of Padua Church, Dunmore.
Interment, Cathedral Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Dialysis Patient Fund, c/o
Moses Taylor Hospital, 700 Quincy Ave., 18510; and Mercy Home Health and
Hospice, 746 Jefferson Ave., 18510.
LOUIS H. CAPERELLI
Louis H. Caperelli, 90, Jessup, died August 15 at Mid-Valley Hospital.
His wife is the former Anne Yatchisin, formerly of Hyde Park. The couple
celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary Aug. 5.
Born in Arezzo, Italy, son of the late Lorenzo and Ida Chianucci Caparelli,
he moved to the United States with his family and settled in Jessup when
he was 3 years old. He was a graduate of Jessup High School, class of 1927,
a graduate of Penn State University, where he was a member of the Alpha
Delta fraternity, and he was a graduate of New York University. He also
earned credits at Bucknell University.
An army veteran of World War II, he served on the staff of the Army
Air Force Air Intelligence School, where he obtained the rank of technical
sergeant. He began his educational career as a high school teacher and
supervising principal of Jessup High School, where he also served as athletic
director. He was a prominent PIAA football official, who served on the
committee that formulated the annual Lions Club Football Dream Game.
When the Valley View School District was formed, he was appointed the
first superintendent of the jointure. He was a member of the American Association
of School administrators, the PSEA, as well as other educational associations.
For two years, he held the positions of president of Pennsylvania Association
of School Retirees. He was a member of St. Maryís Assumption Church, Jessup,
American Legion Michael Steiner Post 411 of Jessup, AARP, and the Country
Club of Scranton.
Surviving are three daughters, Carol Caperelli, Ph.D., Cincinnati,
Ohio; Nancy Spackman, Clarks Summit, and Louise White, Byfield, Mass.;
three sisters, Frieda Pacini, Fairfield, Conn., Erma Blascak, Moscow, and
Lillian Cherry, Jessup; two grandsons; several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by a sister, Esther Scagliotti.
The funeral was from the Arthur A. Albini Funeral Home, 1003 Church
St., Route 247, Jessup, with Mass in St. Maryís Assumption Church, Third
Avenue, Jessup. Interment, St. Johnís Cemetery, Jessup.
Memorial contributions may be made to Mercy Home Health and Hospice,
746 Jefferson Ave., 18501, or to the donorís favorite charity.
MARY JANE WHARTON
Mary Jane Wharton, 68, Moscow and Hardyton, N.J., died August 16 in
the VNA Hospice Impatient Unit at Community Medical Center.
Born in Dover, De., daughter of the late Nowell and Grace Hall Wharton,
she was a 1950 graduate of Dover High School.
She worked many years as a registered nurse after graduating from Keuka
College in 1956. She then turned toward medical education, and earned a
masterís degree in human development from Farleigh Dickinson University.
When her family opened a restaurant in Cedar Grove, N.J., in 1989, she
retired from nursing and became pastry chef bringing recognition from the
New York Times for some of the best pastries in Northern New Jersey, especially
her apple crumb pies.
Her warm, caring and motherly personality led many to call her mom.
She was an extremely devoted mother and grandmother who loved the outdoors,
backpacking, writing and her freedom. She will be deeply missed by her
Surviving are a sister, Patricia Preisen; a brother, Jack; three daughters,
Jane Eileen Shu, Susan Murdock and Ellen Gentle; a son, Jon Steven Shu;
and four grandchildren.
The funeral was private at the convenience of the family. Memorial
contributions may be made to the VNA Hospice Unit of Lackawanna County,
Olyphant, or Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, 120 Wall St., 19th Floor, New
York, NY 10005-4001. Arrangements by the Thomas J. Hughes Funeral Home
Inc., 1240 St. Ann St.
JOSEPH W. BABCOCK
Joseph W. Babcock, 42, Scranton, died August 17 at Wilkes-Barre General
Born in Newton, N.J., son of the late Joseph and Janet Rose Babcock,
he attended Franklin High School, Franklin, N.J. Prior to his illness ,
he was employed by Sanitation Inc., New Jersey.
He was a loving brother.
Surviving are four brothers, Jerry, Arizona; Kenneth, Gouldsboro; Raymond
and Charles, both of Scranton; two sisters, Dorothy, Gouldsboro; and Ruth
Ann Grace, Pittston; aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
The funeral and blessing service was from the McGoff-Hughes Funeral
Home Inc., 1401 Capouse Ave., by Monsignor Paul J. Purcell, pastor, St.
Virginia Velicka, 58, Gouldsboro, Clifton Township, died August 18
in Mercy Hospital. She was the widow of John Velicka, who died Dec., 28,
Born Dec. 6, 1941, in Elizabeth, N.J., daughter of Alice Papalis, Chicago.,
Ill., and the late Vincent Gaudiesius, she was employed as a sergeant security
guard for the Big Bass Lake Association, Gouldsboro. As a beloved wife,
mother, mother-in-law and grandmother. She will be remembered for her kindness,
generosity and understanding which she instilled in her family and everyone
Surviving are two daughters, Charlene Byrne and Linda Esposito, both
of Elizabeth; two sisters, Dorothy Marshall, Chicago; and Vivianne Troiano,
Lyons, N.J.; five grandchildren.
A blessing service was held in the Snowdon Funeral Home Inc., 401 Church
St., Moscow, by the Rev. Michael Finn, pastor, St. Catherineís of Siena
Church. Interment, private in St. Gertrudeís Cemetery, Rahway N.J.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society of
the Gouldsboro Volunteer Fire Co.
ANNE MURPHY BALDONI
Anne Murphy Baldoni, 55, Scranton, died August 18 in Wilkes-Barre General
Born in Dunmore, daughter of the late James T. and Lillian Conway Murphy,
she was a former member of St. Mary of Mount Carmel Church, Dunmore. She
attended Dunmore public schools and was a homemaker.
She was a loving mother, grandmother, sister and friend, who loved
to read and spend time with her family. She will be sadly missed by all
who knew her.
Surviving are a son, Joseph, Scranton; four daughters, Donna Baldoni,
Madisonville; Diana Schmidt, Scranton; Krystine Baldoni, Dickson City;
and Angeline Orlowski, Madisonville; a brother, James A. Murphy, Dunmore;
two sisters, Catherine Perry, Dunmore; and Mary Martin, Rockville, Md.;
11 grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
The funeral was from the Thomas J. Golden Funeral Home, 2004 Delaware
St., Dunmore, with Mass in St. Mary of Mount Carmel Church, Chestnut St.,
Dunmore. Interment, parish cemetery.
JAMES W. WILLIAMS
James W. Williams, 71, Lake Ariel, died August 24 in the VNA Hospice
Unit at Community Medical Center after a brief illness. His widow is the
former Frances Czubowicz.
Born March 12, 1929, in Arlington, son of the late James W. and Helena
Hanlon Williams, he was a graduate of Hawley High School and was a member
of St. Mary's Church, Ledgedale. Before retirement, he had been employed
by Ford Motor Co., Mahway, N.J.
Also surviving are a brother, Donald F., Lake Ariel, nieces and nephews.
The funeral was from the James Wilson Funeral Home Inc., 296, Lake
Ariel, with Mass in St. Mary's Church, Ledgedale, celebrated by the Rev.
Edward Scott. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery, Ledgedale.
Memorial contributions may be made to the VNA Hospice of Lackawanna
County, 301 Delaware Ave., Olyphant 18447.
MARY V. CORCORAN
Mary V. Corcoran, 87, a lifelong South Scranton resident, died August
26 after a lengthy illness at the Hospice Preferred Choice Inpatient Unit
at Mid-Valley Hospital, Peckville. She was the widow of James Corcoran,
who died in October 1974.
Born in Scranton, daughter of the late John and Kathryn Kennedy Sheerin,
she was a member of Nativity of Our Lord Church, and its combined society.
She was a graduate of Scranton Technical High School, class of 1931.
She was a wonderful mother and grandmother, and was respected by her
family and friends.
Surviving are two daughters, Marie Hopkins and Kathryn Duffy, both
of Scranton; three sons, James, Woodbridge, N.J., Joseph, Moscow, and Gerard,
Justice; a sister, Kathryn Forrester, Scranton; 20 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren;
nieces, nephews and cousins.
She was preceded in death by a son, John, and a brother, John.
The funeral was from the August J. Haas Funeral Home, Inc., 202 Pittston
Ave., with Mass in Nativity of Our Lord Church. Interment, St. Catherine's
Memorial contributions may be made to the Nativity Memorial Fund, 633
Orchard St., 18505.
RICHARD J. NASH
Richard J. Nash, Lake Ariel, died August 25 in the Hospice Unit of
Mercy Hospital after an illness. His widow is the former Phyllis P. Chumard.
Born in Scranton, son of the late Harry Levi and Elizabeth Mae Phillips
Nash, he attended Lake Vocational School, East Stroudsburg University,
Pennsylvania State University, Ursinus College and the University of Pennsylvania.
Prior to retirement, he had been employed for 37 years as a production
engineer by Superior Tube Company, Norristown. He was a member of the Lake
Ariel Fire Company, the Wayne County Fire Police, and the Pennsylvania
Fire Police Associations.
He was a member of the American Society of Non-Destructive Testing,
a charter member of the American Society of Quality Control, Salem Lodge
330 Free and Accepted Masons, Keystone Consistory, and Tall Cedars of Lebanon.
He also served for 18 years on the Wayne County Planning Commission, and
he was a former Lake Township auditor for many years.
Surviving are a son, Richard, Norristown; two daughters, Barbara Griffin,
Westminster, Md., and Mary Lou Gross, Norristown; a sister, Francis Roberts,
Santa Rosa, Calif.; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; several
nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by a brother, Harry and a sister, Anna Meome.
The funeral was from the James Wilson Funeral Home., Inc., Route 296
Lake Ariel, with services by the Rev. William Henwood, Jericho Independant
Church. Interment, Fairview Memorial Park, Elmhurst.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Lake Ariel Fire Company,
P.O. Box 31, Lake Ariel, 18436.
MARY ANN ARCURIE MALLOY
Mary Ann Arcurie Malloy, West Scranton, died August 17 at Mercy Hospital
after being stricken ill at home. She was the wife of Joseph Malloy.
Born in Scranton, daughter of Eugene and Helen Castellano Arcurie,
she was a graduate of West Scranton High School and Empire Beauty School.
She was employed as a hairdresser by the 222 Salon, Scranton, and owned
her own dance studio in Pittston. She was also a cheerleading coach at
St. Patrick's School, West Scranton, and a member of St. Patrick's Church.
Also surviving are a daughter, Delaney, at home; two brothers, Eugene
and William, both of Lake Ariel; nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by a son, Brendan.
The funeral was from the Patrick F. Guido Funeral Home, 120 S. Main
Ave., with Mass in St. Patrick's Church. Interment, Cathedral Cemetery.
ANGELINE CANCELLERI MASSENZ
Angeline Cancelleri Massenz, 87, of Dunmore, died August 17 at Mercy
Hospital after an illness. She was the widow of Ricardo Massenz.
Born in Dunmore, daughter of the late Calogero and Maria Amorebello
Cancelleri, she attended Dunmore schools and was employed in the garment
industry, working at the Grove Silk Mill, Dunmore for several years. She
was a former resident of Union City, N.J., and Walnut, Calif., before returning
to Dunmore in 1995. She was a member of St. Anthony of Padua Church, Dunmore.
She was a loving sister and a wonderful aunt who will be missed by
all who knew her. Surviving are two brothers, Santo, Dunmore; and John,
Gouldsboro RD 1; a sister, Josephine Mancuso, Walnut Calif.; nieces, nephews
She was preceded in death by four brothers, Michael, James, Charles
and Salvador; and two sisters, Louise Garguilo and Nancy Guidice.
The funeral was from the John J. Chipak Funeral Home, 623 E. Drinker
St., Dunmore, with Mass in St. Anthony of Padua Church, Dunmore. Interment,
Mount Carmel Cemetery, Dunmore.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. Anthony of Padua School Endowment
Fund, 208 Smith St., Dunmore, 18512.
Nicholas Pawlick, 85, Little Falls, N.J., died August 20. His wife,
the former Anna Mae Dutko, preceded him in death. Born in Detroit, Mich.,
he lived in Little Falls most of his life. Before retirement, he worked
in the maintenance department at Mack Molding Inc., Wayne, N.J., for 26
years. He was a member of the Thunderview Rod and Gun Club, Grahamsville,
N.Y. He was a member of St. John's Russian Orthodox Church, Little Falls.
Surviving are two daughters, Gail Leonard, Easton; and Theodora Czarnecki,
Lake Ariel; four grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren. Arrangements by
the Gaita Memorial Home, 154 Pompton Turnpike, Little Falls.
MARGURITE OAKLEY WASHINE
Margurite Oakley Washine, 89, a resident of Dunmore, died unexpectedly
August 19 in Mercy Hospital. She was the wife of Blair Washine. They celebrated
their 27th wedding anniversary on Aug.11.
Born in Dunmore, daughter of the late Ray and Martha Oakley, she graduated
from Dunmore High School. She was a buyer for the former Globe Store, Scranton,
and Santarian's, Hatboro.
Also surviving are a stepson, William, Lake Ariel; two step-grandsons
and a step-granddaughter.
The funeral was from the DeGraw Roever Strauch Funeral Home, 2031 Green
Ridge St., Dunmore, with services by the Rev. Cathy Mansfield, pastor,
Tripp Avenue Christian Church. Interment, Salem Cemetery, Hamlin.
JOHN J. RUSIN
John J. Rusin, 68, Binghamton, N.Y., died August 20 in Barnes Kasson
Born May 15, 1931, in Carbondale, son of the late Jacob and Joanna
Harenza Rusin, he attended grade school at Carbondale Township, graduated
from Fell Township High School and was a graduate of Mount St. Mary's College,
Emmitsburg, Md., with religious post graduate work.
Surviving are three brothers, the Rev. Joseph, St. Mary's Church, Dickson
City; Edmund, Rochester, N.Y.; and Frank, Carbondale; two sisters, Antoinette
Milesko, Waxhaw, N.C.; and Amy Libby, Gouldsboro.
He was also preceded in death by two brothers, James and Ben; and two
sisters, Ann Rusin and Mary Unis.
The funeral Mass was in St. Michael's Church, Simpson, celebrated by
Rev. Joseph Rusin, Interment, St. Michael's Cemetery, Simpson. Arrangements
by the McGranaghan-Lesjack Funeral Home, 513 Main St., Forest City.
JAMES G. KANE
James G. Kane, 72, Jessup, died August 22 at home after an illness.
His wife is the former Mable Johnson. The couple celebrated 42 years of
marriage in June.
Born in Jessup, son of the late James G. Sr. and Alice Loftus Kane,
he attended Jessup schools and was a member of St. Thomas Aquinas Church,
Archbald. He served in the Navy during World War II, and the Marine Corps
during the Korean War, in which he was awarded a Purple Heart. He was a
security guard at Marywood University. Prior to retirement, he worked at
the Trane Co., Dunmore.
Surviving are three daughters, Dianne Andrews and Alice Houlihan, both
of Archbald, and Susan Andrews, Jessup; two sisters, Anna Rotell and Marie
Murphy, both of Archbald; five brothers, Jack, Lake Ariel; Joseph and Robert,
both of Jessup; Gerard, Clarks Summit; and Marty, Archbald; five grandsons;
two granddaughters; nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by a brother, Frank in June.
The funeral was from the Robert E. Decker Funeral Home, 702 River St.,
Peckville, with Mass in St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Archbald. Interment,
Memorial contributions may be made to Mercy Hospice, 746 Jefferson
JOHN A. PETRONE
John A. Petrone Jr., 56, Childs, died August 23 at home after an illness.
His wife is the former Cecile Cianflone.
Born in Archbald, son of the late John Sr. and Julia Fielh Petrone,
he resided in Childs for the past 28 years. A member of Sacred Heart of
Mary Church, Jermyn. Before his illness, he was employed by the Hillier
Engineering and Technologies in Montage. He held memberships in the Meredith
Hose Company and the Carbondale Township Planning Commission.
He was and avid bowler, hunter, motorcyclist, musician and handyman.
He enjoyed life to the fullest with his family and friends, was loved by
all, and will be sadly missed by those who shared his wonderful life.
Surviving are two daughters, Lisa Bandru, Carbondale, and Lori Childs,
Ambler; two brothers, Anthony, Woodstock, N.Y., and James, Hyde Park, N.Y.;
four sisters, Anna Mae Marchelitis, Archbald; Delores Casper, South Canaan;
Shirley Monie, Winton; and Marie Lapkoski, Bridgewater, N.J.; two grandchildren;
several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by two sisters, Elizabeth Sansenbach and Joan
The funeral was from the Lawrence A. Gabriel Funeral Home, 2 Hospital
St., Carbondale, with Mass in Sacred Heart of Mary Church, Jermyn, by the
Rev. William J. Flynn, pastor of Corpus Christi Church, Montdale. Interment,
St. Thomas Cemetery, Archbald.
ROBERT C. FUEGLEIN
Robert C. Fueglein, 80, Cayuga Village, N.Y., died August 21 at home
after a three year illness. His wife, the former Eva Moon, died in 1976.
Born Aug. 26, 1919 in Hollisterville, son of the late Charles and Frances
Chedster Fueglein, he was a graduate of Moscow High School, where he received
many oratory awards.
Before moving to Niagara Falls in 1955, he owned and operated a farm
in Pennsylvania. Prior to retirement, he had been employed as a band roll
operator for the Continental Can Co., Tonawanda, N.Y. He also had been
employed by the International Paper Co.
He was a deputy grand master of the Odd Fellows Southern District of
Wayne County in 1953. During the 1970s, he served as Scoutmaster of Boy
Scout Troop 884, St. James United Methodist Church.
He loved to sing, especially Eddie Arnold songs. He also loved yodeling,
square dance calling, and growing plants. His specialty in the latter was
African violets, for which he won a number of awards.
He was an avid trout fisherman and hunter. He enjoyed his grandchildren
and great-grandchildren, for whom he was a storyteller.
Surviving are two daughters, Sandra Rutkowski and Nona D'Agostino,
both of Niagara Falls, N.Y.; three sisters, Nettie Ridgeway, Hollisterville;
Margaret Brooks, Conklin, N.Y.; and Millecent Weed, Moscow; 11 grandchildren;
19 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by a daughter, Nancy Hake, and a sister, Ida
Savitz. The funeral was in the James Wilson Funeral Home Inc., Route 296,
Lake Ariel, with services by the Rev. Patricia Lee, Sterling United Methodist
Church. Interment, Hornbaker Cemetery, Madisonville.
Memorial contributions may be made to Niagara Hospice, 4675 Sunset
Drive, Lockport, N.Y. 14094, or St. James United Methodist Church, 4661
Porter Road, Niagara Falls, N.Y. 14305.