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Dr. Arthur H. Levere, 75, of Naples, Fla., died Wednesday, March 1, 2000. Born May 29, 1924 in Brooklyn, N.Y., he was the son of the late Samuel and Mae Levere. A veteran of the United States Army 20th Armored Division during World War II, Dr. Levere served in the European Theater in combat. Dr. Levere received his BS from Long Island University in Brooklyn, N.Y. and his MD from Boston University School of Medicine. He trained for four years in Internal Medicine including Chief Residency at NYU-Bellevue Medical Center. He had also been an instructor in medicine at NYU-Bellevue. Dr. Levere was a prominent physician practicing for over 30 years in Spring Valley, N.Y. and associated with Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern, N.Y. Before moving to Naples, Fla. permanently in 1998, he resided in Suffern, N.Y. He was a member of the Rockland County Medical Association, Alpha Omega Alpha, the Jewish War Veterans, the Naples Retired Physicians' Association, the Harvey Society, the American College of Physicians, and Temple Shalom. He was an avid golfer and a member of the Vineyards Country Club. Survivors include his wife of 47 years, Bunny; his daughters, Andrea and Debra; his son, Steven; his son-in-law, Michael Mazerov; his daughter-in-law, Patti Sue Plumer; and four grandchildren, Alex and Julia Mazerov and Jacqueline and Jennifer Levere; and his three brothers, Herbert, Julius, and Richard Levere. Funeral services will be held Friday, March 3, 2000 at 10:30 a.m. at Temple Shalom. Interment will follow at Naples Memorial Gardens. Shiva will be observed in the Social Room, 1st floor, of St. Marissa, 6573 Marissa Loop (Pelican Bay Blvd.) Saturday evening, Sunday and Monday afternoons and evenings and Tuesday until noon. Contributions in memory of Arthur H. Levere may be made to Temple Shalom, Brandeis University Women's Committee, the American Heart Association, or to the charity of your choice.
Ad first appeared: MAR 03,2000

Dr. C.L. Ogden Glass, 87, died peacefully on June 9, 2001 in Chagrin Falls, OH. Oggie was a true Renaissance man, athlete, Rhodes Scholar, Royal Canadian Navy Veteran, Journalist, Educator, Businessman, Headmaster (Ashbury College and Bishop's College School), University Principal and Vice Chancellor (Bishop's University), world traveller, loving husband, father and friend. He lived life hugely, gave of himself unstintingly and enormously influenced all of those who were fortunate enough to cross his path. He is survived by his wife, Janet; children, Nancy (Philip), Diana Gordon (Heather) and Richard (Lisa); 11 grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter; as well as countless friends. A private ceremony will be held in Chagrin Falls on Tuesday, June 12th. A memorial is being planned for September at Bishop's University in Lennoxville, Quebec. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Alzheimer's Association, 12200 Fairhill Road, Cleveland, OH 44120.
Ad first appeared: JUN 12,2001

Dr. Chester H. Tiberii, a resident of Naples since 1988, formerly of Waterford, Conn., passed away at his home on March 15, 2000. He was born and raised in Charlton, Mass. Dr. Tiberii graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 1940 and received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Tufts University in 1950. Dr. Tiberii served as a U.S. Naval Aviator in WW II. After receiving his degree from Tufts he served in the Naval Dental Corps for three years. He retired from the Naval Reserves with the rank of Commander. He practiced dentistry in New London, Conn. from 1953 until 1987. Dr. Tiberii served as the President of the New London County Dental Society. An avid golfer, he served as president of the New London Country Club and was an active member of the Moorings Country Club in Naples. He was a devoted husband and father and he is survived by his wife of 57 years, Olga (DiFederico) Tiberii; two sons, Dr. Michael Tiberii of Mystic, Conn. and Thomas Tiberii of Portland, Maine; three daughters, Marilyn Hibbard of Burke, Va., Dr. Dorothy Tiberii of Sarasota, Fla. and Dr. Lisa Tiberii of Palmetto, Fla.; two grandchildren, Meredith Tiberii of Mystic, Conn. and Jason Roberts of Lake Ridge, Va.; and a sister, Adeline (Tiberii) Lenti of Lighthouse Point, Fla. A memorial Mass will be celebrated on Friday, March 17, 2000, at 2:00 p.m. at St. Ann Catholic Church, 439 Ninth Avenue South, Naples, Fla. Donations in lieu of flowers, may be made to Hospice of Naples, 1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, Fla. 34105 and/or St. Ann's School Capital Campaign. Hodges Funeral Chapel 261-1237
Ad first appeared: MAR 16,2000

Dr. Dale B. Parshall, 80, of Naples, died January 16, 2001. Dr. Parshall and his wife, Margaret had lived in Naples since 1987 coming from Elkhart, Ind. He was a WW II veteran. He is survived by his loving wife, Margaret Parshall of Naples; two daughters, Patricia Bucklen of Indiana, Katheryn Weaver of Wisconsin; two brothers, Dr. William Parshall of Oregon, Byron Parshall of Indiana; three grandchildren. There will be a memorial service held at Moorings Presbyterian Church, 791 Harbour Drive, Naples, Fla. today, Friday, January 19, 2001 at 2:30 p.m. Contributions can be made to Moorings Presbyterian Church, Naples, Fla. The Family has entrusted care and services to Hodges Funeral Chapel 261-1237
Ad first appeared: JAN 19,2001

Dr. David J. Hoyer, 57, of Bonita Springs, died January 6, 2001. Arrangements pending. Walter Shikany's Bonita Funeral Home 992-4982 Family Owned Since 1978
Ad first appeared: JAN 08,2001

Dr. David Mendelsohn Jr. 1921-2000 Pioneer in Cardiac Anesthesia Dr. David Mendelsohn Jr. of Naples, Fla. and Nantucket, Mass. and formerly of Cleveland, Ohio, died June 3, 2000 peacefully at his home in Naples. Dr. Mendelsohn, who was 79, had been fighting cancer. Her was the son of the late David and Della Mendelsohn of Nantucket. Dr. Mendelsohn was born in Buffalo, N.Y. and raised in Steubenville, Ohio. Dr. Mendelsohn graduated from Cornell University and the University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine. He served as an officer in the U.S. Navy from 1943 to 1949, completing his internship at St. Albans Naval Hospital in New York. Dr. Mendelsohn finished his residency in Anesthesia at Hahnemann Hospital and subsequently joined their staff before going to Albert Einstein Medical Center, both in Philadelphia. In 1955, Dr. Mendelsohn joined the ground breaking heart team at St. Vincent Charity Hospital working with the renowned cardiac surgeon, Dr. Earle B. Kay. Just one year later in 1956, Dr. Mendelsohn and Dr. Kay were the first to develop and use a heart-lung machine on a human patient. Now considered routine, this development has allowed physicians to repair heart defects and damage that were previously untreatable and almost always fatal. This breakthrough in cardiac surgery took the team around the world as honored guests, performing surgeries, lecturing and teaching other doctors in their technique. In 1959, the team successfully installed the first artificial heart valves in patients. As the Chief of Anesthesia for 30 years at St. Vincent Charity Hospital in Cleveland, Dr. Mendelsohn was a pioneer in the field of Cardiac Anesthesia. Dr. Mendelsohn authored numerous scholarly papers, and contributed to the writing of texts on the subject of Cardiac Anesthesia. He trained anesthesiologists from around the world during a career that spanned four decades. He was an officer or member of numerous professional societies. Most notably as a Diplomate of the American Board of Anesthesiology, a fellow of the American College of Anesthesiologist, Assistant Clinical Professor at Case Western Reserve University, a member of the Cleveland Aesculapian Society and The Academy of Anesthesiology. After retiring from St. Vincent Charity Hospital in 1986, he was called into service again to join the Spine Center at Lutheran Medical Center. Throughout his life and into his retirement, he enjoyed tennis, cycling and skiing. He had memberships in the Cleveland Raquet Club, Hillbrook Club, the Cleveland Playhouse Club and Quail Creek Country Club. He was a great lover of animals and nature, nd enjoyed the Arts, both as a patron and as a gifted photographer. Dr. Mendelsohn is survived by his wife, Carole; sons, James of Scarborough, N.Y., David of Weston, Mass.; daughters, Deborah Behrakis of Palo Alto, Calif., Jane Mendelsohn of Brooksville, Fla. and Anne Mendelsohn of Nantucket, Mass.; and grand- children, James, Erica, Taylor and Max; as well as sister, Anne Bradt of Nantucket, Mass. A memorial service will be held in Naples at the Quail Creek Country Club, on Friday, June 9th at 12:00 (noon) and in Nantucket at a time to be announced. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, Collier Unit, 990 First Avenue South, Suite 200, Naples, Fla. 34102 or Hospice of Naples, 1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, Fla. 34105.
Ad first appeared: JUN 07,2000

Dr. George Richard "Dick" Hamilton, 82, who came to Naples in 1991 from Cleveland, Ohio died Wednesday November 15, 2000 at Naples Community Hospital. He was born November 30, 1917 in New Castle, Pa., a son of the late George W. and Roberta (Martin) Hamilton. Dr. Hamilton began a career of service when he was chosed in 1033 as one of two hundred Eagle Scouts who served in an inaugural honor guard for President Roosevelt. He was a graduate of Westminster College and Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia and then served as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Nacy from 1943 to 1946. He was a medical officer with the Third Marine Division in the South Pacific and saw duty at both Guam and Iwo Jima. In 1951 he joined the staff of Euclid-Glenville Hospital in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio. He established the anesthesia department there and served as Chief of Anethesia and eventually Chief of Staff, retiring in 1991. He was a member of many national and local medical organizations and of Mentor Harbor Yachting Club, in Mentor, Ohio and the Sons of the American revolution and also enjoyed many years of competitive sailing on Lake Erie with his family. Surviving are his beloved wife of 54 years, Jean (White) Hamilton; sons, Brent Hamilton, of Naples, Rick (Mary) Hamilton of Cleveland, Ohio, Blair (ulie) Hamilton of Mentor-on-the lake, Ohio; and three grandsons, Geordie, Rob and Drew. Friends and relatives are invited to Memorial services at 4:00 p.m. Saturday, November 25, 2000 at the Johnson-Pittman Funeral Home, 4424 East Tamiami Trail, Naples, retired Naval Chaplain, the Rev. Dr. Bob N. Wallace, officiating. Memorial contributions may be made in his memory to The Humane Society of Collier County, 370 Airport Pulling Road North, Naples, Fla. 34104-3508. Johnson-Pittman Funeral Home 774-3444
Ad first appeared: NOV 20,2000

Dr. Harry Meyer, D.P.M., 79, passed away Sunday, April 1, 2001. He was a resident of Naples, FL and formerly of Cincinnati. Harry was a third generation podiatrist who practiced over 40 years in Cincinnati, OH. He was president of the Ohio Podiatric Medical Association and was the the first board certified podiatrist in Cincinnati. He was loved by his patients and respected by his peers. Harry was an avid golfer and enjoyed his 13 years of retirement in Naples but also worked diligently for St. Vincent De Paul Society in Cincinnati and Naples. He was a WW II Veteran serving with the 25th General Hospital and a more recent member of the Knights of Columbus. Harry will be greatly missed by his family and friends who treasured him and who are so grateful for his constant love and life examples. Harry is survived by his loving wife, M. Helen Meyer (nee Glenn); devoted father of Dr. Glenn (Shirlaine), Jody, Peggy and Dr. Mark (Dr. Sue) Meyer; loving grandfather of Rob, Chris, Mary Ann, Zachary and Katie Meyer; and great- grandfather of Makenzie Meyer; dear brother of Dick Meyer, Jean Terry and the late Tom and Jack Meyer. A memorial service will be held at St. Elizabeth Seton Church at 10:00 a. m. on Tuesday, April 3, 2001.
Ad first appeared: APR 03,2001

Dr. James Dominic Battaglia, 85, of Marco Island, Fla., died Friday, May 19, 2000. Formerly of Westfield, N.J., he retired and moved to Marco Island in 1992. He was born May 18, 1915 in Paterson, N.J. to Domenico and Josephine (nee Machrone) Battaglia. Dr. Battaglia was a U.S. Army veteran of W.W.II, having attained the rank of Major. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh Dental School where he was class president in 1941. He practiced in the field of dentistry and oral and maxillofacial surgery in Westfield for over 50 years. He was a member of the American Society of Oral Surgeons, Past President of the Union County Dental Society, also a member of the New Jersey Dental Society, the Society of Dental Anesthesiologists and a Fellow in the American Society of Dentists. He was also a member of the Marco Island Sail and Power Squadron. Dr. Battaglia is survived by his wife, Andrea (nee Hughes) Battaglia; his sons, James D. (Luan) Battaglia II of Jackson, Ga. and the Rev. Peter T. (Renee) Battaglia of Plant City, Fla.; his daughters, Barbara Ann (Lawrence ''Larry'') Newton of Marietta, Ga. and Mary Lynn Osolin of Chagrin Falls, Ohio; step-sons, Major Karl (Debbie) Trenker of Cardiff by the Sea, Calif. and Gary Carl (Tricia) Trenker of West Chester, Ohio; step-daughter, Nancy (Philip) eesco of West Palm Beach, Fla.; six grandchildren; five step-grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; his sisters, Ellen (Edward) Kubacki of Kingston, N.J. and Josephine ''Babe'' Hopkins of West Long Branch, N.J.; sister-in-law, Margaret Battaglia of Port St. Lucie, Fla.; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; his brothers, Joseph and Richard; and his sisters, Nancy, Dorothea and Margie. Funeral services will be held Monday, May 22, 2000 at 1:00 p.m. at the Fuller Funeral Home, 4735 Tamiami Trail East, Naples. Dr. Battaglia's son, Peter will officiate. The family will receive visitors at the funeral home from 11:00 a.m. until the time of the service. Burial will follow at Marco Island Cemetery. Fuller Funeral Home East Naples 417-5000
Ad first appeared: MAY 20,2000

Dr. James Patrick Aikins, 79, of Stonegates, Greenville, Del. and Marco Island, Fla., son of the late Elva Bedard and Harry Aikins of Canada, passed away on February 21, 2001 after a long illness. Dr. Aikins was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and received his medical education at McGill University in Montreal. He came to the U.S. in 1948 at the request of Dr. Douglas Sanders to join a small group of anesthesiologists at the old Delaware Hospital. He remained with this practice for over 40 years and was the first elected Director of Anesthesia at the medical center. Dr. Aikins was an avid golfer and a member of the Wilmington Country Club as well as the Lely Country Club in Florida. Since his retirement, Dr. Aikins and his wife have devoted one day a week to building homes for migrant workers in a rural area of Immokalee Fla. as part of a group of parishioners from San Marco Parish and the United Church of Marco, working with Habitat for Humanity. He and his wife have just completed their 14th year of service with Habitat. He is survived by his beloved wife of 54 years, Kathleen; three daughters, Patricia, Joanne and Kathryn; a son, James; and 13 grandchildren. He is also survived by a sister Peggy; and two brothers, George and Dr. Joseph, all of Canada. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Mass of Christian burial on Monday, February 26, 2001 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Ann's Church, 2013 Gilpin Avenue, Wilmington, Del. Burial will be private. Friends may call at the Chandler Funeral Home, 2506 Concord Pike, Wilmington, Del. on Sunday from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the Building Fund for the St. Finbarr Church, (care of San Marco Catholic Church) or the charity of your choice.
Ad first appeared: FEB 23,2001

Dr. Janis Lauva, 79, died Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at Duke University Medical Center. Dr. Lauva was born in Gulbene, Latvia, the son of the late Karl and Berta Lauva. He immigrated to the United States in 1950 and devoted his life to the care and welfare of the communities of Wellsville and East Liverpool, Ohio. Dr. Lauva is survived by a daughter, Ines of Chicago, Ill.; son, John W. Lauva of Bahama, N.C.; a sister, Mirdza Bermane of Riga, Latvia; a brother, Mirvaldis Lauva of Riga, Latvia; and two grandsons, Devin "Lucky" and Jordan Lauva, both of Bahama. Dr. Lauva was preceded in death by his wife, Hilja Lenk Lauva; and a son, Marcus Lauva. A memorial service will be held Friday, 3:00 p.m. at the Durham Regent Retirement Center Chapel with Rev. Virgil Nolen, officiating. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to the Lauva Family Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o Central Federal Savings & Loan, 601 Main Street, Wellsville, Ohio 43968.
Ad first appeared: JUL 20,2000

Dr. John B. "Jack" McCabe, 76, of Naples, died Saturday, December 16, 2000. Dr. McCabe was a graduate of Fordham University and Georgetown University with a Doctorate in Dental Medicine. He was a veteran of World War II serving with the U.S. Army. He had been living in Naples since 1960, where he had been practicing Dentistry until his retirement. He was a member of St. Ann Catholic Church. Husband of the late Annie (Riker) McCabe, he is survived by his cousin, Mrs. Peter McKenna of Calgary, Alberta, Canada; and friends, Carol Rogers, and her family of Naples, Marilyn Ginos of Naples, and June Yannaco of Naples. Relatives and friends may call at the Fuller Funeral Home, 1625 Pine Ridge Road, Naples, on Monday (today), December 18, 2000 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. A funeral Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, December 19th at 10:00 a.m. in St. Ann Cathlc Church, 407 Ninth Avenue South, Naples. Interment will be in Naples Memorial Gardens. Donations in his memory may be made to Hospice of Naples, 1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, Fla. 34105, or to the charity of one's choice. Fuller Funeral Home Pine Ridge Road 592-1611
Ad first appeared: DEC 18,2000

Dr. John Eleftherio, 69, of Harvard, Mass. and Naples, Fla., died peacefully in his home after a 14 month battle with brain cancer. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He was the beloved son of Cleopatra Eleftherio of Fitchburg; husband of Mary V. (Fisher) Eleftherio of Harvard; father of Melissa Yahia of Harvard, Pamela Eleftherio of Brookline, Mass. and Peter Eleftherio of Winchester, Mass.; step-father of John Quimby of Alexandria, Va.; and was the former husband of Zoe (Comninos) Eleftherio of Groton; brother of Arthur Eleftherio of Falls Church, Va., Bella and Constance Eleftherio of Fitchburg, Mass.; also nephew of Bessie Labovitis of Fitchburg, Mass. Also survived by seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be Saturday, July 15th at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, 1319 Main Street, Fitchburg at 10:00 a.m. Visiting hours will be Friday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Badger Funeral Home, 45 School Street, Groton, Mass. Burial in Forest Hill Cemetery. Donations in his memory may be made to Loaves and Fishes, Box 1, Ayer, Mass. 01432.
Ad first appeared: JUL 13,2000

Dr. Joseph A. Mullin, 95, of Naples, died Wednesday, February 16, 2000. He had been a resident here since 1979. Dr. Mullin was a retired optometrist from Pittsburgh, where he had practiced for over 50 years. He is survived by his wife, Doris; three daughters, Margot, Betty and Roberta; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be private. Johnson-Pittman Funeral Home 774-3444
Ad first appeared: FEB 18,2000

Dr. Joseph Michael McNamara, a career surgeon and family practitioner, passed away Saturday, October 30, 1999 at his home on Marco Island. Funeral services are being scheduled. Fuller Funeral Home East Naples 417-5000
Ad first appeared: NOV 01,1999

Dr. Julius S. Bodnar, 73, passed away February 20, 2001 at his residence in Westlake, Ohio surrounded by his loving family. Dr. Bodnar attended John Carroll University and Loyola University School of Dentistry graduating with honors in 1954. He was a Periodontist in private practice for 37 years before retiring in 1991. He had a great rapport with his patients which was reflected in his gentleness and concern for his patient's comfort. Presently, two of his sons continue practicing in the same field. Dr. Bodnar was a member of the American Academy of Periodontology, American Dental Association, Pierre Fouchard Academy, International College of Dentists, Omicron Kappa Upsilon honorary dental society and on the Board of Directors for the Greater Cleveland Dental Society. An exceptional student and athlete, Dr. Bodnar's interests included golf, cross-country skiing, music, and gardening. He enjoyed playing the violin and he was an avid traveler vacationing frequently at his homes in Vail, Colo. and Naples, Fla. Dr. Bodnar was a charter member of Quail Creek Country Club. However, his greatest love and achievement was his family and the cherished time he spent with them. Dr. Bodnar volunteered his periodontal services at Metro General Hospital and served on theBoard of Directors at Parmadale, the Jesuit Retreat House and Providence House. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and a St. Angela Merici parishioner for 40 years. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Fran; and his children, David, Dr. Kenneth, Gregory, Brian, Gail Thomas, Mark, Dr. Thomas; and nine grandchildren. Memorial gifts may be made to Parmadale and the Westside Catholic Center in Cleveland, Ohio.
Ad first appeared: MAR 11,2001

Dr. Kenneth E. Clark died June 21, 2000 at the age of 85 in his home in Naples, Fla. He was the Smith Richardson Senior Scientist at the Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, N.C., having been its president from 1981 to 1985 and its board chairman from 1974 to 1981. After earning his Ph.D. degree at Ohio State University, he joined the faculty in psychology at the University of Minnesota in 1940. He served as chairman of that department from 1957 to 1960. He was Dean of the College of Arts and Science at the University of Colorado from 1961 to 1963 and at the University of Rochester from 1963 to 1980. Dr. Clark was president of the American Board in Professional Psychology and the American Psychological Foundation, was appointed by President Kennedy to the National Medal of Science Committee, was chairman of the Association for the Advancement of Psychology and the American Conference of Academic Deans. He wrote €America's Psychologists", €The Vocational Interests of Nonprofessional Men", co-authored €The Graduate Student as Teacher", €Psychology", €Measures of Leadership", €Impact of Leadership", €Choosing to Lead" and edited for ten years the €Journal of Applied Psychology". He was consultant to the White House, the Office of Science and Technology, the Central Intelligence Agency, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the Veteran's Administration, the Army, and the Navy. He was awarded Ohio State University's Centennial Achievement Award, the American Personnel and Guidance Association's award for research excellence, and the E.K. Strong, Jr. Gold Medal for contribution to interest measurement. He received the Gold Medal Award of the American Psychological Foundation in 1986 for a lifetime of exceptional contributions to professional psychology. He was a founding fellow of the American Psychological Society, a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Psychological Association, and an honorary life fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association. Dr. Clark is survived by his wife, Miriam B. Clark; his daughter, Patricia Hill and son-in-law, Richard Hill of Anoka, Minn.; his daughter, Dr. Virginia Clark; and daughter, Joyce Marie Luke and son-in-law, Bernard Luke of Rochester, N.Y. His wife's family also survives him, including step-daughters, Martha R. Birnbaum of Rochester, N.Y. and Judith R. Allen of Greensboro, N.C. their husbands, child- ren and grandchildren. Donations in his memory may be made to Seacrest Country Day School, 7100 Davis Blvd., Naples, Fla. 34104 or Hospice of Naples, Inc., 1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, Fla. 34105.
Ad first appeared: JUN 23,2000

Dr. L. Richard Warner, 72, died at his North Naples home on Wednesday, June 14, 2000. He was born June 29, 1927 in Atlantic City, N.J., son of Jean Cook and Leon C. Warner. Dr. Warner was a graduate of Rowan College, Rutgers University and Temple University. He was named Professor Emeritus of the College of New Jersey. Dr. Warner lived in Ewing, N.J. until he retired to Marco Island, Fla. in 1989 and moved to North Naples in 1998. During his long career in education, Dr. Warner served as Principal of Absecon Elementary and Riverton Public Schools, Principal of the Laboratory School, Chairman of the Department of Media, Communication and Science, and a member of the Department of Elementary Education at The College of New Jersey. In his volunteer work with People to People International, Dr. Warner served as President of the Greater Trenton Chapter, Chairman of the East Coast Council, Chairman of the Board of Directors and is the immediate Past International President. Dr. Warner was a member of the First Presbyterian Church where he served as an elder. He is survived by his wife, Dr. Eleanore Burtes Warner; five children, Gayle (Russell), Leon R. Jr. (Keiko), Melissa Buchta (John), James D. (Katherine) and Lt. Commander USCG Robert Styron (Rebecca). Surviving also are 14 grandchildren, Dr. Kimberly (Kimmi), Jennifer (Warren), Daniel (Farrah), Nathaniel, Bryan, Shina, Katie, Emily, Rob, Meghan, Kienan, Cameron, Hunter and Hannah. His great-grandson, Chip, was born February 15, 2000. He was preceded in death in 1996 by his daughter, Jean Ellen (Phil) Acquaviva. A memorial service will be held at The First Presbyterian Church, Naples on Tuesday, June 20th at 7:00 p.m. Inurnment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery, Newfield, N.J. at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to The American Diabetes Association, 7272 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75231-4596.
Ad first appeared: JUN 19,2000

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