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101 Acute pancreatitis. Cochrane, Laura Margaret (I03348)
 
102 Acute parenchymatous nephritis Warner, Lillian Evelyn (I25428)
 
103 Acute tracheobronchitis DeCourcy, Earl John (I1224)
 
104 Adams, Sophie Zigich, of Pembroke Pines, died Monday, June 2, 2003. Survived by her loving husband, Friend Adams; children, Matthew Scott: Laurie, Wendy, Josh Jeremy, and a large loving family of brothers and sisters. Funeral service 11:00 AM Friday at Palm Springs Ward, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 8201 NW 186 Street, Hialeah, FL, where friends may call Friday 10:00 AM to service time. Burial Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL. Arrangements by FRED HUNTER'S HOLLYWOOD MEMORIAL GARDENS HOME. Zigich, Sophie (I25063)
 
105 Adelbert L. Wardner, 79, of 5499 Comfort Hollow Road, passed away peacefully, Wednesday (September 7, 2016) at his home.
Born in Olean, September 27, 1936, the son of Vinton E. and Blanche (Coon)Wardner, he had attended the Bolivar School, and then joined the US Air Force and served from 1954-1956. He had worked for the Oil Field in Bolivar for many years, and most recently volunteered for the Office of the Aging.
He was predeceased by his parents and a brother Martin Wardner.
He is survived by Joanne Rose Wardner whom he married August 20, 2003, they spent 14 happy years together, he also survived by 2 children Dana Vinton Wardner, and Betsy Jean Ramsay, 4 step children, Burdett Crandall, Annetta Butler, James Crandall, and Elaine Stephens, his sister Roxanne Hewitt, step grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.
A Memorial Service will be held Sunday (September 11, 2016) at 1:00pm at the Brown & Powers Funeral Home 101 West Avenue in Angelica, with Rev. David Ford officiating. Burial will be in the Until the Day Dawn Cemetery. 
Wardner, Adelbert Lewis (I15842)
 
106 Adeline A. Phelps, 91, of Palatka, died Thursday, November 20, 2003 at Putnam Community Medical Center due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
She was a native of Massachusetts and had been a resident of Palatka for the past 27 years, coming from New London, Conn. Along with her sister, Ida, she owned and operated Addie's Package Store in New London, Conn., for 17 years, retiring in 1972.
Surviving are a son, Donald Phelps Jr., Palatka; a sister, Ida Dinoto, Palatka; a niece, JoAnn Mahn, Waterford, Conn.; and a nephew, Richard Vescovi, East Lyne, Conn.
Funeral Services will be Monday, Nov. 24 at Masters Funeral Home in Palatka with Rev. Ted Rodda, Jr. officiating. Interment will follow in Palatka Memorial Gardens. (Palatka Daily News Obituary dtd 22 Nov 2003.) 
Lachapelle, Adeline A. (I28487)
 
107 Admaston Township, Ontario Banning, Bella May (I04449)
 
108 Admaston Township, Ontario Briscoe, James A. (I17083)
 
109 Admaston Township, Ontario Byers, Ozias Banning (I00786)
 
110 Admaston Township, Ontario Fulton, Alma (I30752)
 
111 Admaston Township, Ontario Fulton, Alma (I30752)
 
112 Admaston Township, Ontario Patterson, Lillie Louse (I29523)
 
113 Admaston Township, Ontario Family (F6802)
 
114 Admitted to Soldiers Home Hospital on September 16, 1882 for tuberculosis and died here at the age of 39 on May 6, 1883.  Hubbard, James Edward (I26573)
 
115 Adopted by Helen Edwards Hoffman (Kincaid, Fred) and Richard Hoffman French, Phyllis Ann (I20385)
 
116 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I25941)
 
117 AERIEL TRAGEDY FIVE SAILORS KILLED AS PLANE CRASHES INTO SIDE OF MOUNTAIN
Salinas, Dec. 6. - Five sailors were dead today in the crash of a private plane into a fog-blanketed mountainside 18 miles east of here. The plane, a single-engined Stinson Reliant monoplane, rammed and apparently exploded against the Mountain last night at an altitude of about (100 feet. It was believed owned and piloted by Jack E. Langley, 31, of Alameda, Cal. Four joy-riding sailors were passengers, A Navy party lowered the bodies down the steep mountain with ropes but they were so badly burned and mangled that none could be identified. The Navy would not release the names of the seamen believed to be aboard the plane on its weekend flight from Oakland to Burbank. All were reported from the Naval base at Yerba Buena Island, in San Francisco bay. One of the dead was believed to be 18-year-old Dale McArthur, of Burbank. His stepfather, A. H. Wilson, said the youth and four other sailors took off from Burbank about 4 p. m. yesterday on the return flight to Oakland. The plane crashed at 7:10 p. m. The crash was witnessed by a motorist, J. W. Bolender, of Salinas, who heard the plane flying in the fog several miles from Highway 101. He heard the motor sputter and cut out. Heavy fog obscured the plane from his view, but he saw a brief flash and heard a terrific explosion. Rescuers said bodies and wreckage were strewn over the side of the mountain. For hours they were unable to account for all the bodies, but a flight log tentatively identified the victims. Two blue sleeves from sailors uniforms were recovered. one with three white stripes sewed on it and the other with a red hash mark. The crash occurred in a rugged section of the mountains known as The Rocks at the junction of old San Juan road and Monterey highway in San Benito county.
--Madera Tribune, Madera, California, 6 December 1948 
Langley, Jack Edmond (I211)
 
118 AFFLECK - In hospital, Ottawa, Ontario on Friday, February 9th, 1996. George Stead Affleck (of Clayton). In His 75th Year. Dear son of the late Ralph Affleck and the late Jennie Stead. Beloved husband of Margaret Evelyn Munro. Dear father of Gail (Mrs. Oliver Toop), Almonte; Wayne (Lorna), Arnprior and Brian, Clayton. Sadly missed by 4 grandchildren Brent and Kevin Toop; Chrystal and Darryl Affleck. Also survived by 3 brothers Robert (Marion), Middleville; Donald (Noreen), Kingston and Gary (Gloria), Middleville and 2 sisters, Helena (Mrs. Bob Leonard), Collins Bay and Marlene (Mrs. Graham Glen), Belleville. Dear brother-in-law to Arthur Munro, Clayton. Predeceased by one brother Albert. Friends called at the Kerry Funeral Home, 154 Elgin Street, Almonte. Funeral Service was in the Chapel on Tuesday. Rev. Eileen Hepplewhite officiated. Interment Clayton United Cemetery, Clayton. Affleck, George Stead (I08615)
 
119 AFFLECK, Margaret Evelyn (nee Munro)
Passed away at the Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospital on Monday morning, February 6th, 2012. Margaret Affleck of Clayton at the age of 87 years. Beloved wife of the late George Stead Affleck (February 9th, 1996). Dear daughter of the late Robert D. Munro and the late Margaret Yuill. Loved mother of Gail (Oliver) Toop of Almonte, Wayne (Lorna) Affleck and Brian (Kim) Affleck, both of Arnprior. Loved "Grandma" of Brent (Michelle) and Kevin (Jen) Toop; Chrystal Smith (Sybrand Russett) and Darryl (Danielle) Affleck. "Great-Grandma" of Harrison, Erika, Caitlyn and Addison Toop; Victoria and Elizabeth Smith; Kylie, Megan and Grayson Affleck. Predeceased by her brother, Arthur Munro and her sister, Adelaide (Matt) Somerville. Mom was quite content devoting her life nurturing family. It was always family before self. Even though there were times when it was very demanding and exhausting, she never complained. We are so proud to have been blessed with such a loving, caring and soft-hearted mother. Family and friends are invited to the Almonte Chapel of the Tubman Funeral Homes, 154 Elgin Street, Almonte for visitation on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and on Thursday from 10 a.m. until the time of funeral service in the Chapel at 11 o'clock. Spring interment Clayton United Cemetery. A reception will follow at the Almonte Civitan Club. In memory of Margaret, a donation to the Clayton United Cemetery or the Carleton Place Hospital would be appreciated by her family. In the care of the Pilon Family Funeral Home, 50 John Street North, Arnprior with the kind cooperation of the Tubman Funeral Homes.
 
Munro, Margaret Evelyn (I02635)
 
120 After a courageous battle with cancer, at the North Bay General Hospital ? Scollard Site, on Friday, October 3, 2003. Clifford Keith Swant, was the beloved husband of Muriel Elaine Piche, in his 74th year. Beloved son of Agnes (nee Buffet) and the late Herbert Swant. Loving father of Doug Swant and his wife Joan of Chatham and Debra Davidson and her husband Les of Australia. Lovingly remembered by his grandchildren Michael, Megan, Heidi-Lee, David, Brandon, Wesley, Sarah, Philip and great grandchildren Michael, Heidi-Marie and Tatum. His siblings Floyd Swant (wife Iris) of Sault Ste. Marie, Shirley MacHale (husband Rod) of Elliott Lake and Barbara Franklin (husband Bob) of Redbridge will dearly remember Cliff. Predeceased by his brother Reg. Dearly remembered by his sister in law Marilyn. Funeral services will be held in the Martyn Funeral Home Chapel on Monday, October 6th, at 2:00 PM. Interment to follow at the Forest Lawn Cemetery. If desired, donations to the NEO Regional Cancer Center or the Rorab Shrine Children?s? Travel Fund will be gratefully acknowledged as expressions of sympathy. Swant, Clifford Keith (I01716)
 
121 After a full life, well lived, Katherine (Kay) D. Widness 92, of Sun City Center, FL, died peacefully on December 26, 2010.
The first child of Floyd P. and Ruth M. Davis, Kay was born in 1918 and grew up in Wilmington, Vermont, where her family operated a farm, restaurant, and grocery store. She was the first in her family to attend college, graduating from the University of Vermont in 1940 with a degree in home economics. She went on to receive a Masters Degree in human nutrition from Iowa State University. Professionally she performed nutrition research for the federal government and, after raising her two children, taught home economics and nutrition at the secondary school and junior college levels.
On Jan. 1, 1943, she married John E. Widness, and their loving and happy marriage lasted 58 years until John's death in 2001.
Throughout her life, Kay was an active community participant and leader. Outgoing, caring, and eager to help others, she volunteered in numerous civic and church organizations. She was a loving, loyal, and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend.
She is survived by a son, John (Jack) and his wife, Michaelanne, of Iowa City, IA; a daughter, Karen Birch and her husband, Tom, of Prescott, AZ; four grandchildren, Jamie DeBella, Benjamin, Jane and Laura Widness; a brother, Donald Davis, of Edmonds, WA; a sister-in-law, Marianne Davis, of Ipswich, MA; a cousin, Gladys King, of Pittsfield, MA: and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, John; her brothers Robert, Paul, Norman and Phillip; and her parents.
In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations be made to CARE, The Salvation Army, and United Community Church in Sun City.
**Iowa City Press-Citizen, Jan. 7, 2011 
Davis, Katherine Everil (I03308)
 
122 After Florence's death, Annie travelled with the younger children to Canada to join their father who was already in Canada. Due to the times, the younger children moved in with other families to be cared for. Lucy and Jim took on the family names of their adopted familes. Jim became a Miller and Lucy became a Munro. It wasn't until Jim was in his thirties till he met his siblings again.  King, Florence Eliza (I10478)
 
123 After Florence's death, Annie travelled with the younger children to Canada to join their father who was already in Canada. Due to the times, the younger children moved in with other families to be cared for. Lucy and Jim took on the family names of their adopted familes. Jim became a Miller and Lucy became a Munro. It wasn't until Jim was in his thirties till he met his siblings again.  Harrott, Arthur Joseph (I12019)
 
124 After her mother's death in Oct 1917, Jean and her sister Lillian were taken out west by their grandmother (Margaret Waite Banning) to live with her - first to Alberta, then to British Columbia. Jean lived in Vancouver for the remainder of her life. Henderson, Jean Alexanderia (I12629)
 
125 After her mother's death in Oct 1917, Lillian and her sister Jean were taken out west by their grandmother (Margaret Waite Banning) to live with her - first to Alberta, then to BC. Lillian lived in the Vancouver area (Mission) for the remainder of her life Henderson, Lillian Ruth (I12628)
 
126 After the death of her mother, Ruth Van Sternberg was raised by her grandmother and took the surname Derby. Derby, Ruth Martina (I10558)
 
127 Agapito Vallejo Jr.
Merced, CA - On Sunday September 27th, Agapito "Pete" Vallejo Jr. passed away peacefully at home from a heart related illness at 62 years of age. Agapito "Pete" was one of seven children born to Frances Pineda and Agapito Vallejo Sr. Pete grew up in the Salinas area and although he ventured elsewhere, he always made his way back. Pete was a tremendously hard worker and spent most of his time putting food on the table. In his spare time he enjoyed watching 49er football and fishing in Moss Landing and Monterey Bay. Pete had a lively personality and brilliant smile.
Petes passing succeeds his late wife and mother of his six children, Judy Vallejo, who lost her battle with cancer in December 2014. Pete was remarried in may of 2016 to Narzarina " Nery" Infante, who was loving and loyal to the end. Agapito is survived by his wife Nery, and his children, Peter Vallejo, Jennifer Simmons, Ladonna Vargas, Yvonne Diaz, Crystal Strothers, and Joline Murillo, as well as numerous grandchildren.
He will be missed beyond measure and always in the hearts of those who knew him.
Funeral Services will be held, Thursday, October 8, 2020 at 10:00 AM at the Family Christian Center, 111 Prado St. Salinas, CA 93906.
Burial will follow at the Queen of Heaven Cemetery, 18200 Damian Way, Salinas, CA. 
Vallejo, Agapito (I1358)
 
128 Age 61, December 20, 2003. Beloved husband of Carol L. Ambrose. Dearest father of Teresa (Robert) Schmidt, Deanne (Eli) Neiburger and Juleen Ambrose. Loving grandfather of Catherine Schmidt and Nemo Neiburger. Dear brother of Joanne (Ted) Perchall and Kathy (Peter) Murphy. Dear son-in-law of Irene Moon. Loving brother-in-law of Alona and Sharon Moon. Friends may call Monday from 2-9 p.m. at the Sawyer-Fuller Funeral Home, 2125 W. 12 Mile Rd. (2 Blks. W. of Woodward). In state Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Church, 26401 St. Josaphat Dr., Warren (on Ryan Rd. S. of 11 Mile on East side of the street) until funeral Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Cadillac Memorial Gardens East. Those who wish may make contributions to St. Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Church and/or the American Lung Association .
Published in The Detroit News on Dec. 22, 2003 
Ambrose, Thomas William (I21987)
 
129 Age 62 years.
Beloved wife for 38 years of Ronald Tremblay. Loving mother of Natalie Primeau (Marc) of Cornwall and Lisa Friesen of Kingston. Cherished and proud grandmother of Dustin Lafrance, Aaron, Ethan and Ryan Primeau, Cooper and Quinn Friesen.
Beloved daughter of the late Arthur Webster and the late Belva (Wright) Webster. Dear sister of Cathy Dawn Jamsa (Simo) of Thunder Bay, Patrice Ann McDonald of Kingston, Brent Robert Webster (Michele) and Jennifer Lee Webster both of Ottawa. Lynn will be sadly missed by many family and friends.
Resting at Lahaie & Sullivan Cornwall Funeral Homes, West Branch, 20 Seventh Street West (613-932-8482) from 2 p.m Friday. Funeral Saturday, December 5, 2009 for Mass of Christian Burial in St. Columban?s Church at 11:30 a.m followed by cremation. The family will be in attendance from 2 p.m to 4 p.m and 7 p.m to 9 p.m on Friday and from 9:30 a.m until the time of Funeral on Saturday. As expressions of sympathy Memorial Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society and or the the Cornwall Hospice would be appreciated by the family. 
Webster, Lynn Sharon (I12099)
 
130 Age 80, died Sunday, December 30, 2001, at Appleton Medical Center. Ruth was born on July 26, 1921, in Norman, Oklahoma, to the late Ray and Nellie (Soloman) Banning. During WWII Ruth worked in the chief dispatchers office of the Denver Rio Grande Western Railroad in Grand Junction, Colorado where she met her husband. Lowell (Ted) and Ruth were married on July 6, 1947, in Grand Junction, Colorado. They moved to Hillsdale Michigan, in 1948, where she worked as a legal secretary while Ted attended Hillsdale College. They then moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she worked as a secretary in the detective bureau of the Ann Arbor Police Department. In 1951 they moved to Dayton, Ohio, and lived there until 1973 when they moved to Appleton. Ruth was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother who was dedicated to her family. She enjoyed reading, traveling, and was a volunteer at Appleton Medical Center and several childrens organizations in Dayton, Ohio. She was an active member of P.E.O (of Appleton) and was a long-time member of First United Methodist Church.
Survivors include her husband of 54 years, Lowell; her daughter, Kathy (Don) Oakland, Wausau; her son Chris (Sylvia) Schleicher, Appleton; her grandchildren, Sarah and Melissa Oakland, Tera Schleicher (fiancee Ben Ipsen), Brian and Brenda Baldock; and her sister, Hazel Porter, Conway, Missouri. She was preceded in death by her sister, Naomi Underwood and her brothers, Ralph and Basil Banning.
Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, January 3, 2002, at WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME, Appleton, with Rev. Joyce Rich officiating. Interment will be in Highland Memorial Park, Appleton. Friends may call at the Wichmann Funeral Home on Thursday from 9:30 a.m. until the time of services. A memorial has been established to benefit the Martha Seikman Cancer Center at Appleton Medical Center.  
Banning, Ruth Isabel (I05288)
 
131 Age 86, of Stillwater Passed away peacefully on May 10, 2019, from complications of Alzheimer's disease. Pre-ceded in death by his wife Dorothy, children James and Mary and parents Henry and Geraldine. He is survived by his children Nancy (Marc) Porembo, Mark (Renae) and Michael; grandchildren Timothy, Megan, Abbigail and Dylan; Great grandchildren Joseph, Lacey, Mason and Theodore. He is also leaving behind two brothers, Richard (Shirley) and David (Bobbi). John spent 36 years working at Andersen Windows retiring as a production supervision. He was also a member of the US Airforce during the Korean war. Upon retirement, John took up the game of golf, and he and Dorothy spent over 20 winters in the comforts of central Florida. John was a proud member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks where he held several leadership positions including Exulted Ruler of Stillwater Lodge #179 and Grand Lodge District Deputy for the Twin Cities Metro District. A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, May 20, 2019, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 423 S. 5th St., Stillwater, MN 55082. Visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. on Sunday, May 19, 2019, at Simonet Funeral Home (Due to road construction on Osgood Ave. please enter the funeral home from Orleans St.), 6429 Osgood Ave. N., Stillwater, MN 55082 as well as one hour prior to Mass at the church. John was fond of the MN Elks Youth Camp for deserving kids who otherwise would not have an opportunity to enjoy a summer camping experience. The Youth Camp is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. In John's memory, please send memorial gifts to: Minnesota Elks Youth Camp, 508 - 10th St SW, Willmar, MN 56201-3145.
--Published in Pioneer Press on May 16, 2019 
Pominville, John Mills (I27792)
 
132 Age 88, of Hot Springs Village AR, died Monday; born in Pine Bluff AR, the only child of Frank DeBerry Banning and Martha Huntley Banning; married Leotta Maurice Thornton January 15, 1942 in Mt Pleasant TX; accountant/comptroller in TX and OK; US Air Force WWII veteran; member of Village Methodist Church; member of Temple Masonic Lodge and Past Master of Whittington Lodge.
Predeceased by newborn daughter, wife Leotta, and son Powell Banning.
Survivors include daughter Jeannine, and three granddaughters.
Memorials may be made to Hot Springs Village Shrine Club, for Hospital Children's Transportation Fund.  
Banning, Frank (I09732)
 
133 Aged 3 weeks Dolbeare, Baby Boy (I28630)
 
134 Agnes T. Moberg, 90, resident of Hayden, Idaho, passed away Sept. 23, 2014, at home.
Agnes was born Jan. 26, 1924, in San Francisco, Calif., to James A. Dillon and Teresa A. Kane Dillon. She married the love of her life, Donald L. Moberg, on Feb. 14, 1942, in Los Angeles, Calif.
Agnes and Donald moved to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, in 1973 from Los Angeles. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother, and was most proud of living long enough to enjoy five generations of her family.
Although she worked outside of the home for awhile to help support her family, Agnes most enjoyed being a homemaker. She was an avid craftswoman and participated in several craft shows in the northwest. She was a member of St. Pius Catholic Church in Coeur d'Alene.
Agnes was preceded in death by her husband, Donald, on Jan. 6, 1997. She is survived by her three sons, Don (Jr.), Larry and Dan; daughters-in-law (whom she considered her daughters), Claudia, Linda and Maria; five grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren.
A Vigil will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 1, at English Funeral Chapel, 1133 N. 4th St., Coeur d'Alene. Her funeral Mass will be at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 2, at St. Pius Catholic Church, 625 Haycraft Ave., Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. 
Dillon, Agnes Theresa (I26424)
 
135 ALBANY Gretchen Ann Perham, 14, of Albany, died suddenly Friday, May 13, 2005. She was born in Utica, N.Y. on December 31, 1990. She was a student at Hackett Middle where she was an honor student. Gretchen loved to write poems, read stories, dance and spend time with her family. She is survived by her parents, Albert Perry and Kim Perham; two brothers, Robert Linen (Latanya) and Naquan Lewis of Albany; one sister, Tasha Perham of Rome, N.Y.; two aunts, Tammy Perham of Clifton Park and Tracey Reed of Watervliet; good friend, Cassie of Ky.; and a host of other relatives and friends. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, May 18 at 7:00 p.m. from the Evangelical Protestant Church, 82 Clinton Street, Albany, N.Y., the Rev. John U. Miller, pastor. Arrangements by Sturges Funeral and Cremation Service, 89 2nd Ave., Albany. Perham, Gretchen Ann (I1759)
 
136 Albert E. Kirk, 81, of Wilbraham, passed away peacefully on Thursday March 8th at his home. Born in Springfield on June 11, 1930 to the late Frank J. T. and Florence E. (Miner) Kirk, he had been a resident of Wilbraham for the past 60 years. He was a 1948 graduate of the former Springfield Technical High School and of Western New England College where he earned his BSME in 1961. He retired from Hamilton Standard Div. of United Technologies Corporation in 1987 after 34 years of employment there. He was a Senior Liaison Engineer in both the Environmental Controls Systems and Propulsion areas; a Reliability Engineer and Patent Coordinator for the Aircraft Systems Department in his final ten years there. Before moving to Wilbraham, he had attended Wesley Methodist Church and Park Congregational Church, both in Springfield. Albert served his country honorably in the U.S. Navy during the Korean Was as an Aerographer (Weatherman) attaining the rank of 2nd Class Petty Officer. He was Past President of the Western Massachusetts Genealogical Society, a member of several other genealogical associations, was active in genealogical and family history pursuits and was a descendant of a great number of New England's and Canada's earliest settlers. He was an avid gardener though chess was another of his particular interests and he played with the Wednesday Club at the Hubbard Library in Ludlow. Active in Wilbraham Town Affairs, he was elected many times to the position of Water Commissioner which post he held for 25 years, more than half of them as Chairman. Previously, he had been on the Town's Recreation Commission. He had been active with Boy Scout Troop #177 in Wilbraham as its Institutional Representative; was a former Deacon at the Wilbraham United Church and was a member of its Singles and Doubles group. He and his wife of 60 years, Dorothy, travelled extensively, enjoying many places in the United States and in the world. He leaves his wife, the former Dorothy M. Noyes of Wilbraham; a son, Edward A. of Baltimore, MD; four daughters, Barbara J. Kirk of Springfield, Elizabeth D. K. Yandell of Lynchburg, TN, Carolyn K. Landquist and Judith K. Stewart, both of Wilbraham; 11 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his brothers, James in 1986, Frank in 1981 and Robert in 2009. The funeral services and burial will be private for the family in Hillcrest Park Cemetery in Springfield. Byron Keenan Funeral Home & Cremation Tribute center is entrusted with the arrangements. Memorial Contributions may be made in Albert's memory to the Western New England College Alumni Fund, 1215 Wilbraham Rd., Springfield, MA 01119 or to the Baystate VNA & Hospice, 280 Chestnut St., 6th Floor, Springfield, MA 01199. Kirk, Albert Edward (I07963)
 
137 Albert L. Hamler Jr., 73, of 226 Jefferson Ave., New London, died Oct. 24, 2005 in New London.
He was born Sept. 17, 1932 in New London, the son of the late Albert L. and Eunice Daniels Hamler Sr. He attended local schools and graduated from the former Buckley High School in 1950.
Mr. Hamler served in the U.S. Navy and was a veteran of the Korean conflict.
He married the former Virginia MacLean on Nov. 7, 1953 in New London First Baptist Church. Mrs. Hamler survives him.
He retired from Electric Boat as a senior planner after 21 years and prior to EB he worked for Prudential Insurance.
Mr. Hamler was a life member of the VFW Murphy Rathbun Post 189, serving as Vice Commander and the New London Lodge of Elks No. 360. He was a member of the American Legion John Colman Post 9, Military Order of the Cooties and the New London Polish Club.
Besides his beloved wife Virginia of 52 years of marriage, he is survived by their children and their spouses, Glenn and Celeste Hamler of New London, Dana and Thomas Goulart of Franklin, Mass., and Gregg and Cynthia Hamler of Waterford; two brothers, Paul Hamler of New London and Kenneth Hamler of Rhode Island; a sister, Barbara Kotecki of New London; and five grandchildren, Michael, Meredith, Hannah, Erik and Jordan.
He was predeceased by a sister, Viola Durkee.
The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Impellitteri-Malia Funeral Home, 84 Montauk Ave., New London. Interment with military honors will be in Cedar Grove Cemetery. His family will receive relatives and friends on Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.
Donations in his memory may be made to New London Cancer Center, 303 Cross Roads, Waterford CT 06385.
--Published in The Day on Oct. 25, 2005 
Hamler, Albert Leopold (I28551)
 
138 Albert Victor Tyler
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Tyler, Albert Victor (I10974)
 
139 Alefford "A.C." Charles Spears, 92, of Amarillo died Thursday, October 5, 2017. Funeral services will be at 2:00 p.m. Friday, October 13, 2017 in Memorial Parks Chapel of Memories with Rev. Barry Loving officiating. Visitation will be from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Friday, October 13, 2017 at Memorial Park Funeral Home 6969 I-40 East. A.C. was born October 8, 1924 in Henrietta to W.O. and Lillie Spears. He married Winnie Vee Shockley on February 17, 1955. A.C. served his country in the United States Army during World War II and The Korean Conflict. He was the City Manager of Borger for 32 years. A.C. was a member of First Christian Church, the Dance Club and the Elks Lodge in Borger. He graduated from West Texas State, currently West Texas A&M University with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. A.C.'s hobbies included fishing, traveling the United States and dancing with the love of his life. In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to the V.A. Hospital or the church of your choice. A.C. was preceded in death by his parents; son, David Charles Spears; brother, O.C. Spears and sister, Ruby "Dutch" Bush. Survivors include his wife, Winnie Vee Spears; son, Donnie Gene Hurter; daughter, Deborah Lee Spears McManus and spouse David A. McManus; grandchildren: Leneta Gevonne Robison, Deborah Leighann Wyche, Samantha Lee Seago-Clarke and David Charles McManus; 10 great-grandchildren and 7 great-great-grandchildren. Spears, Alefford Charles (I27845)
 
140 Aletha Catherine Greenough of Abilene passed away Wednesday, August 14, 2019, at Hendrick Medical Center.
Visitation will be held at North's Funeral Home Memorial Chapel on August 21, 2019 from
5:00-7:00 PM. Graveside service will be held August 22, 2019 at the Texas State
Veterans Cemetery of Abilene at 10:00 AM, with Minister Aubrey Rodgers Officiating.
Aletha was born January 20, 1937 in Indianapolis, IN to Elizabeth Gephart and Este Emerick.
Aletha received her Primary education in Indiana. She married William H. Greenough, Jr. in Columbus, Indiana on March 7, 1955 and they spent 64 loving years together. She and her husband traveled the world and lived in several different places all while he was serving in the United States Air Force. Columbus, Korea, Long Island, and lastly to Abilene, Texas. Aletha loved her family, spending time with her husband, dancing and playing games. Aletha was preceded in death by both parents, two brothers: Este Emerick, Jr. and William Emerick.
Left to cherish her memories are: husband, William Harry Greenough Jr. of Abilene, sons William H. Greenough III of Abilene, Randy Joseph Greenough (Mindy Wolff) of Abilene, daughter Brenda Kay Brandt (Wayne Edward Brandt) of Abilene. 6 grandchildren: Scott Edward Brandt, Travis Wayne Brandt, Breanna Greenough, Josh Greenough, Lauren Michelle Sigala and Aletha Marie Dominguez, 9 great-grandchildren and a host of extended family and many friends. 
Gephart, Aletha Catherine (I31789)
 
141 Alex Rutherford & Margaret Jane (Price) Rutherford: 1931

Lanark County friends were shocked to hear of the sudden deaths within an interval of one week of Mr and Mrs. Alex Rutherford of Unity Sask. Mrs. Rutherford died in the hospital at Unity on May 20, after a brief illness of pneumonia. Her husband followed her to the grave one week later as a result of a heart attack. Both Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford were natives of Lanark County, Mr. Rutherford having been born hear Elphin, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rutherford of that place and she having been born in Darling, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Price. Before her marriage she was Margaret Jane Price, and at the time of her death she was aged 54 years and nine months. The Rutherfords went West 22, years ago and farmed in the Adanac district and later took a homestead in the Sunnyglen district where they continued to reside except for the few years they lived in Unity. They were predeceased by a son 11 years ago. Mrs. Rutherford is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Jacob and Ira Price of Sonningdale, Sask.; Thomas, Mrs. Milton McKay and Mrs. Ernest Foster of Galbraith; Mrs Alex Munro of Almonte; Mrs. Stewart Gunn, Winchester; Mrs. Thomas Fife, McDonald's Corners and Mrs. E. R. Lambe of Winnipeg. Mr. Rutherford died on May 27 at the age of 62 years, he leaves a brother, William, of Streamstown, Alta. and two sisters, Mrs. V. J. Munro, Boyds Settlement and Mr. J. Furnier, Snow Road. Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford were members of the United Church. Interment was made in the West.  
Price, Margaret Jane (I03206)
 
142 Alex Rutherford & Margaret Jane (Price) Rutherford: 1931

Lanark County friends were shocked to hear of the sudden deaths within an interval of one week of Mr and Mrs. Alex Rutherford of Unity Sask. Mrs. Rutherford died in the hospital at Unity on May 20, after a brief illness of pneumonia. Her husband followed her to the grave one week later as a result of a heart attack. Both Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford were natives of Lanark County, Mr. Rutherford having been born hear Elphin, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rutherford of that place and she having been born in Darling, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Price. Before her marriage she was Margaret Jane Price, and at the time of her death she was aged 54 years and nine months. The Rutherfords went West 22, years ago and farmed in the Adanac district and later took a homestead in the Sunnyglen district where they continued to reside except for the few years they lived in Unity. They were predeceased by a son 11 years ago. Mrs. Rutherford is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Jacob and Ira Price of Sonningdale, Sask.; Thomas, Mrs. Milton McKay and Mrs. Ernest Foster of Galbraith; Mrs Alex Munro of Almonte; Mrs. Stewart Gunn, Winchester; Mrs. Thomas Fife, McDonald's Corners and Mrs. E. R. Lambe of Winnipeg. Mr. Rutherford died on May 27 at the age of 62 years, he leaves a brother, William, of Streamstown, Alta. and two sisters, Mrs. V. J. Munro, Boyds Settlement and Mr. J. Furnier, Snow Road. Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford were members of the United Church. Interment was made in the West.  
Rutherford, Alexander (I03208)
 
143 ALEX THOMAS MUNRO

The very large funeral of Alex Thomas Munro was held at 2 p.m. on Nov. 26th from the Comba Funeral Home where the body was taken from his late residence the day of the service. The late Mr. Munro was in his 71st year and passed away Nov. 24 after several months of sickness. Left to mourn his loss are his wife, Elizabeth Ellis; three daughters (Mary) of Toronto; (Edith) Oscar Irwin, Carleton Place; (Ruth, Mrs. Gerald Sharpe, Oshawa; eight sons: Lyle of Carleton Place; Cecil, Kingston; Alex H., Prince Rupert, B.C.; Russell, Vancouver Island, B.C.; Glen and Elmer of Oshawa; Ira at home; Maurice of Sudbury. Nineteen grandchildren also mourn his loss besides two sisters, Mrs. Wm. McKirdy of Clayton; Mrs. George Peacock of Almonte, and two brothers, Ernie of Clayton, Jake of Prince Albert, Sask. Pallbearers were: Stewart Drummond, Andy Moore, Kenneth McGregor, Bert Hazelwood, Bob Yuill and Stewart Gunn. Service conducted by Mr. W. Martin at the parlours and Mr. V. Haddlesey at graveside. Interment in Clayton Cemetery. 
Munro, Alexander Thomas (I02789)
 
144 Alford, Rev. Joyce L.\MADISON - The Rev. Joyce L. Alford, age 74, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2008, at St. Mary' s Hospital. She was born July 16, 1934, in Clyman, Wis., to parents Burr and Alice (Clapp) Alford. Joyce graduated from the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in Madison in 1955, and earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1959 and a Master of Science in Nursing in 1961 from Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. She was the Director of Methodist Hospital School of Nursing and the Director of Nursing of the former Methodist Hospital in Madison. In 1983, she graduated from Garrett-Evangelic al Theological Seminary and was ordained an Elder in the Wisconsin Conference of The United Methodist Church in 1985. Joyce was a pastor at Poynette-Inch and Richland Center: Peace United Methodist Churches and served as the Southeast District Superintendent. Following retirement she served as Registrar for the Board of Ordained Ministry of the Wisconsin Conference and as Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Council of Bishops of The United Methodist Church from 1997 to 2004. Joyce volunteered her time and skills in many areas including: Access Community Health Centers, Habitat Restore and The New Church Initiative in Russia. Joyce was a Packers fan and she loved UW Athletics, especially hockey, basketball, football and volleyball. She enjoyed boating and fishing and was a skilled picture framer. She is survived by her nephew, Jack (Mary Beth) Hildebrandt of Madison; nieces, Cheryl Chevalier and Sharon (Don) Croft; three grandnieces and a grandnephew; cousin, Edward (Joyce) Clapp of Madison; friends, the Rev. Chris Bethke of Madison and Rev. Beth Benham of Edwardsville, N.Y.; and her two Siamese cats, George and Abby. She was preceded in death by her sister, Charlotte Hildebrandt. A memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 7, 2008, at FIRST UNITED METHODISTCHURCH, 203 Wisconsin Ave., Madison, with a visitation one hour prior to the service. Officiating will be Bishop Linda Lee, Bishop Don Ott and Bishop Sharon Zimmerman Rader. A private burial will be held in Randolph, Wis. Memorials may be made to Divine Savior United Methodist Church, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary or Access Community Health Centers for Benevolent Care. Alford, Joyce Lillian (I114)
 
145 alfred ayerst family scanned again
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Ayerst, Victoria Georgina (I06804)
 
146 alfred ayerst family scanned again
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Ayerst, Ambrose Albert Bayne (I08660)
 
147 Alfred B. Lewis Dies at Age 23
Former School Ball Player, Vet of War II
CAMDEN ? Alfred B. Lewis 23. World War II veteran, died at 10 a.m. today at his home on the River Road where he had lived for a year.
He was born in Rome, March 1, 1923, a son of Alfred J. and Marian Ballard Lewis. On Aug 23, 1943, at Taberg, he married Harriet Kirby, Father Foley officiating.
He was a member of St. Patrick?s Church, Taberg, a graduate of Camden High School, class of 1941, where he was pitcher for the school baseball team for two years; he was also a member of Meeker-O?Rourke Post, American Legion, Taberg, and a member of Taberg Fire Department.
He entered service in January, 1943 and served 18 months in Europe. He had worked for Rome Manufacturing Co., since his discharge.
Surviving besides his widow arte an infant son, Ronald, Camden; his parents, Taberg, his maternal grandfather, Edgar Ballard, Taberg; three brothers, and a sister, Edgar, Joseph, Elizabeth and Marie Lewis, Taberg.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Patrick?s Church, Taberg, and interment in charge of B. A> Sanborn & Son, will be made in St. Patrick?s Cemetery.
--Rome Sentinel, Wednesday November 6, 1946 
Lewis, Alfred Ballard (I28909)
 
148 ALFRED B. PENNOCK

A.B. Pennock, proprietor of the Concordia elevator, is on of Concordia's most esteemed citizens and business men. He was born in Barry county, Michigan, in 1849. He is a son of Ozias and Mary Ann (Rafler) Pennock. Ozias Pennock was a native of Vermont, but emigrated to Michigan in the early settlement of that state. He was seemingly fond of pioneer life for he emigrated to Allen county, Kansas, in 1859, and removed to Doniphan county in 1863. He subsequently returned to Michigan, where he died in 1898, followed by the wife and mother one year later. Mr. Pennock's mother was a native of Ireland and came to America with her parents when about five years of age.

Mr. Pennock received a limited education in the common schools of Michigan. He came to Kansas when the country was new and when there were no schools, in 1837. He crossed the plains when but fifteen years of age, driving six yoke of cattle for the freighting company of Stebbins & Porter, who were well known in those days. He went through to Central City, Colorado, returning in 1865 to Doniphan County, and later, with his fathers's family, to Michigan, where he worked on a farm until 1870, and again came to Kansas and filed on a homestead in Aurora Township , Cloud County, which he improved and lived on for five years. Retainin his homestead he came to Concordia and began working at his trade, that of stone mason and plasterer, which he had learned during his last residence in Michigan. Four years later he entered the employ of William Blair, the man who established the elevator Mr. Pennock now operates. He boughtgrain for him four years. Mr. Blair was suceeded by Glucose & Company. Mr. Pennock remained in their employ for one year and then established a grain business for himself in the town of Aurora. At the expiration of two years he, with his father-in-law, who owned a half section of land together, returned to the farm for one year, and in 1881 moved to Concordia. In 1892 he was appointed under sheriff and jailor, under Sheriff Archer. Two years later he bought the elevator and has since been sucessfully engaged in the grain business. On Mr. Pennock's advent in Kansas he had practically nothing, but now owns two farms in Aurora Township, one he purchased and the other is his old homestead. They are both finely improved. He has a handsome residence property on the corner of Broadway and Eleventh Street in the city of Concordia.

He was married in 1873 to Kesiah Prince, a daugher of E.L. Prince, a farmer of Aurora Township, and an old settler who came to Cloud County in the early 'seventies. Mr. Prince left the homestead in 1876 and established a grain business in Jamestown, owning an interest in an elevator there. They now reside in Concordia. To Mr. and Mrs. Pennock four children have been born: Ada, Florence, Alfred and Hazel, all educated in the Concordia schools. Mr. Pennock is a Republican in politics and was deputy sheriff, under John Wilson, the second sheriff of Cloud County, for four years. He has also served as constable of his township. He is a member of the Knights of Pythias Lodge, Knights and Ladies of Security and Triple Tie. By his industry and integrity Mr. Pennock has accumulated a comfortable fortune. He possesses a kindly and benevolent dispostition. Although an unpretentious, quiet man, he has a host of friends who appreciate his good qualities.

Transcribed from E.F. Hollibaugh's Biographical history of Cloud County, Kansas biographies of representatives citizens. Illustrated with portraits of prominent people. 
Pennock, Alfred Benjamin (I06696)
 
149 Alfred H. Royce Jr., 77, of East Hampton, son of the late Alfred H. and Ethyl (Nichols) Royce Sr. and husband of fifty-eight years to E. Anne (Phelps) Royce, passed away Wednesday, April 30, 2014, surrounded by his family at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He leaves behind his wife; his brothers, Paul Royce Sr. and Everett Wright of East Hampton, Jack Wright of FL; and was predeceased by his brother Richard Wright. He is also survived by his children, Terry-Lynn Muller of Haddam, Debra Zdeb of Venice, FL and Alfred (Butch) H. Royce III of East Hampton; his grandchildren, Jamie-Lynn Nanfito, Keith Thody, Daniel Muller, April Betters, Darcy Parmelee, and Stacy Muller; two great-grandchildren, Tucker Parmelee and Bailey Betters; and many cousins, nieces and nephews. A lifelong resident of East Hampton, Al graduated from East Hampton High School, was Class President of 1955, and was still heading annual class reunions. He was an active participant in the community, having been a life time member of the East Hampton Volunteer Fire Department, Board of Fire Commissioners, East Hampton Ambulance Association, and President of CT Fire Police Association. He was proud to serve as Chair of East Hampton Zoning Board of Appeals, Board of Tax Review and Lake View Cemetery Association. He also belonged to the East Hampton Congregational Church and served as Superintendent of Sunday School for many years. Al received a degree in Industrial Engineering from Hilliyer College and later a degree in Business from Middlesex, and retired from Pratt & Whitney as a Senior Cost Reduction Analyst. Al enjoyed cheering on the NY Yankees and was an avid fan of UConn Husky Basketball. Friends may call on Sunday May 4. from 5PM until 8PM at the Spencer Funeral Home, 112 Main St., East Hampton. Burial will be private in the family plot in Lake View Cemetery in East Hampton. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to East Hampton Volunteer Fire Department. Royce, Alfred H. (I25737)
 
150 Alfred L. Desnoyers Sr., 63 of Goose Hill Rd. Chester, died Thursday at the Middlesex Shoreline Clinic. He was the loving husband of Nancy (Comstock) Desnoyers. He was the son of the late J. Donat and Leona (Duff) Desnoyers. He was born in Williamtown, VT on June 17, 1938.
Mr. Desnoyers was owner and operator of the Alfred L. Desnoyers Builders. He loved the outdoors, woodworking was his passion, and he loved walking on the beach and spending time with his grandson and family.
He will be deeply missed. Besides his wife he is survived by a son, Alfred L. Desnoyers Jr. of Chester; three daughters, Diana J. Desnoyers of Deep River, Michele Desnoyers of Westbrook, Sally Miller and her husband Charles of Deep River. Also survived by two brothers, Roger Desnoyers of Old Lyme, Roland Desnoyers of Chester; a grandson Noah Charles Miller; and a special friend Patricia Bennett of Westbrook. He is predeceased by a daughter, Bonnie Desnoyers; two brothers Richard and James Desnoyers; and a sister Madine Davis.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Feb 12, at St. John's Episcopal Church in Essex at 11 a.m. Burial will be at Centerbrook Cemetery in Essex. Flowers are welcomed and donations may be made to the American Heart Association, 5 Brookside Drive, Wallingford, 06492. The Swan Funeral Home, 211 Main St., Deep River in charge of arrangements. Published in The Hartford Courant on Feb. 9, 2002 
Desnoyers, Alfred Louis (I27657)
 

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