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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, March 06, 1985, Image 20

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.< CO -to o. Earl J*. Buriiigton ^S^^c^i^i^^^Sii^b^^^ara aVa machinist witkuthe ^^Df^l^i^^;^aae Syi'ai Black- Clawsdn Co. of Water-, c^;^J|o?dl^llfolaS^yJ#l^i4 town. He^^Brasamember-of-ithe 4i in a local nursing home, will International Brotherhood of b^%jt^Ti.a.m. Friday at' Russell Machinists and, a former H. Seheppv^and. Sofe'Funeral member'of tine Fraternal Order home^BunMiwirbe ih Sanford. of the Eagle, C^rnerCem^tery. His fir&pwife, the former Myr- Cajmg hours will-fee 2 to 4 tie Forbes, died ih 1963. arid 7^to 9 j>r.m. Thursday at the Surviving-are his wife, Lulu funeral home,. 1,09 Bast Ave., (Peggy) of East Syracuse; one Iva B. Hawkins 10 00 to o 5 Minoa. Mr?\Burington formerly of State>St.,\Watertown was a na­ tive of LeRay. He lived 34 years in Adairi? Center before moving to East?Synicuse in 1984. He reared in 1957 after 20 son, Gordon of Chittenango; one daughter, Evelyn Ashby of Downy, 111.; one brother, Elbert of Poughkeepsie; nine grand­ children, seven great­ grandchildren, and two nephews. Esther M. Chester m © <0 UJ Esther M. Chester of 912 Not­ tingham Pvd., Jamesville, died Friday, March 1. Miss Chester was a life resi­ dent of the Syracuse area. She was a guidance counselor with the Syracuse School District and was a cum laude graduate of Syracuse University, from which she- received -her bachelor's and master's degrees. She was a member of St. Therese Little Flower of Jesus Church and its Altar and Rosary Society, the American Assn. of University Women, Pi. Lambda Theta educational honor society, the Syracuse University Alumni Assn., the Corinthian Club, the American Contract Bridge League and the Owasco Yacht Club. Surviving are two brothers, Dr. Nicholas G. and Dr. Ralph V. Chester, both of Syracuse; two sisters, Olga Schulenberg of . Fayetteville and Mary Chester of Jamesville-, and several nieces and nephews. Services were Monday in St. Therese Little Flower of Jesus Church. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery, DeWjtt. Contributions may be made to St. Therese Little Flower of Jesus Church. Services for Iva B. Hawkins, 90, of 305 Smith St., Manlius, who died Monday, March 4, at her home, will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Newell-Fay Fun­ eral Home, Manlius, the Rev. Sheldon B. Stevenson officiat­ ing. Burial will be in White Chapel Memory Gardens, De- Witt. Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home, 403 Pleasant St. Eastern Star services will be at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the fun­ eral home. Mrs.Hawkins was a native of Williamstown ^and lived in Camden and Syracuse before Martha E. Blumberg Martha E. Blumberg, 23, of 11 kidney transplant patients. She and hfer New York physician were interviewed and she dis­ played some of her art Work. moving to Manlius in 1941. She was a member of Manlius Un­ ited Methodist Church, its Naomi Circle and Women's Soc­ iety of Christian Service. She was also a member of the Mon­ day Evening Club of Manlius and the Manlius Senior Citizens and its square dance group. She was the widow of Harold N. Hawkins. Surviving are a daughter, Donna M. Sherman of Manlius; a son, Edwin G. of Northampton, N.H.; seven grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. Contributions may be made to Manlius United Methodist Church or the Manlius Ambu­ lance Fund. Lyndon Rd., Fayetteville, died Monday, February 25 in New Haven, Conn. Miss Blumberg graduated in 1979 from Jamesville-DeWitt Surviving are her parents, Fayetteville, cousins. and several Gertrude M. Rogers Gertrude M. Rogers, 88, of 137 Terraceview Rd., DeWitt, died Thursday, February 28. Mrs. Rogers was a native of Buffalo and liven 1 in Syracuse since 1930. She was a member of Holy Cross Church, DeWitt, and a/member of its Altar and Ros­ ary Society. Her husband, Matthew, died in 1971. Surviving are. a sister, Elizabeth Kaman. of Buffalo, and several nieces and nephews. Services were Monday at Faixchild and Meech DeWitt Chapel and in Holy Cross Church. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery, DeWitt. Contributions may be made to the Arthritis Foundation. High School and attended Yale Sydney C. and Ruth Blumberg of University. An. honor student, musician, composer and artist, Miss Blumberg conducted a one-person art 1 show at the Fayetteville Free Library at the age of 12. She was a member and a former president of the National Honor Society and of the Temple Society of Concord youth group. She was also active in the Syra­ cuse Symphony Junior Guild. Miss Blumberg was a guest on the Today Show in New York City, during a segment about Memorial services were Tues­ day, February 27, in Syracuse. Burial was in Frumah Packard Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the National Kidney Founda­ tion, 432 Park Ave., South, New York City, or to the Dialysis Memorial Fund of Yale-New Haven Hospital, in care of Helen Feigenbaum, Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, Conn. Constance H. McMahon on, urnei Lome Pean A^Bum^Fun^fiir Director ; Qedicated to-Serving anfyHelpTrig you. ConsfancerH.. McMahon, 82, of Carriage. House East,Maniius, Mrs. McMahon nad lived in the Syracuse area all her life. She graduated s in 1925 from Syracuse University.: Mrs. McMahonwas a member of Holy Cross Church, DeWitt, and a former member of the Corinthian Club and.the. Dental Auxiliary of Onondaga County. .Surviving are a daughter, Mrs,, ,Douglas P.. JEtoarlt of Onon­ daga,, 3 arid four; v^andchijdren,,;, Peyser ,Roar^,^i>aniel. Roark; Tracy Roark and Lisa Roark, all of Onondaga.' Services were Friday in Holy Cross ChursEL DeWitt followed by burial in St. Mary's Cemet-.. ery! Faircniid; arid Meecn Syra-, cuse Chapel nad.,cblarge of ar­ rangements. _ , - - ' . Contributions may be made to Holy Cross Church. { .1 - CEMETERlESvlNG Oakwood • Morningside • White Chapel For Information: .475-2194 orence E. Gero, 80, of East Jenesee St., Fayetteville, died Thursday, February 28, at a local nursing home. A native of Fort Covington, Miss Gero had lived most of her life in the Syracuse area. She re­ tired as a cook at the Syracuse State School. Miss Gero was a member of St. Vincent de Paul Church. She served with the Women's Army Corps during World War Two. Surviving are a sister, Mar­ garet Bair of Syracuse, and sev­ eral nieces and nephews. Services were Saturday in St. Vincent de Paul Church, fol­ lowed by burial in St. Agnes Cemetery. * / Mrs. Heisler Gertrude Heisler, 86, for­ merly of 206 Radcliffe Rd., De- Witt, died Friday, March 1 in Warwick, R.I. Mrs. Heisler had lived most of her life in Syracuse before mov­ ing to Warwick in 1981. She was a member of DeWitt Community Church. She was the widow of Karl Heisler. Surviving are a son, Robert of East Greenwich, R.I., and two grandchildren. Services were Monday at Gar­ field Funeral Home, the Rev. Edwin Taylor officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery. Contributions may be made to charity. Mr. Crainer Former Fayetteville resident Donald W. Crainer, 80, died February 24 in Three Rivers, Mich. x Born in Fayetteville, Mr. Crainer moved to Michigan 27 years ago. He retired as an en­ gineer supervisor from Conti- nentalHCamGa, o -.i .dnd JH^ Surviving (, are. ;His wife, Clententiner,Crainer; ».a • son, Donald W. Crainer- Jh of.Syl- vania M Ohio; a daughter, Judy L. Keis'ling of Kansas City, Mo.'; a sister, Alice VanBlarcom. of Wolfbora, N-.H4 seven- grand­ children^ • and a r great- granddaughter. . -.>- Services.wereFebruary 27, in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Three Rivers. Bu­ rial, was in. Riverside Cemetery, Three JRivers. 1 Brother Dies KepriethE. Scott, 567*former New Woodstock resident, died February 27 in Phoenix, Ariz, Mr. J Scott was .^native of Pom- pey and had Uyedmbstpf his life in New Woodstock before mov­ ing ta Phoenix in 1975. Among his survivors is a brother, Stan­ ley of Manlius. Newell-Fay Funeral Home, Inc. \Dedicated to a Sacred Service\ 403 Pleasant St. Lawrence A. Fay. ' licensed' Manager Manlius, N.Y. 682-5300 g06KinneSt. l%stSyracuse, N.Y. 437-3421 Greabell Stanley R. Adydan Raymond G.~A> Greabell. . 24l.KINNE STREET ;: EAST SYRACUSE, NEW YORK 13057 437-3521 3690 Erie Blvd., E., DeWftt. N.Y. 446-5500 J'aircltiiJ & *YY)eeck *J)nc. 500 W. Onondaga St.. Syr., N.Y. 475-5101 Bradley A. Meech, Director »W»»»!5Ii »V« »!5I« £»N »T5T*»V« »I5T« t T5^« tT5T«'»!5;.»!5!« »7»!«»TS% j^t in- m $ m m H M M EATQN - TtlBBS FUNERAL HOME Inc. Traditionally Fine Service and Facilities within the means of all. 130 E. Genesee St. 637-3214 F ^tteyijie,. Ni 637-3215 A.\ ' i ^e.Wen E, Tubbs, Lc.-M^r. ••2*5 w H M n M M M

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