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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, May 15, 1985, Image 18

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a a 3 Rev. Stanley I. Stuber m oo in >» CP 2 c •a © 3 00 O) Ul Jhe Rev. Dr. Stanley I. Stuber, father of Lois Stuber Spitzer of Fayetteville, died recently in New Jersey. He was a Baptist minister and former pastor and chaplain in upstate New York. He was an official observer at various sessions of the Un­ ited Nations and UNESCO and attended the opening of the United Nations in San Francisco in 1945. Dr. Stuber attended the four sessions of the Second Vatican Council from 1962 to 1965. He participated in the for­ mation of the National Coun­ cil of Churches in 1950 and served with the organization in Missouri for several years. He was chairman of the Commission on Religious Lib­ erty of the Baptist World Al­ liance for 15 years and was executive director for Assn Press of the YMCA from 1964 to 1969. Dr. Stuber wrote 14 books dealing with religion and human rights, including, \How We Got our Denominations,\ \Basic Christian Writings,\ \The Living Water,\ \The Christian Reader,\ and \Human Rights and Funda­ mental Freedoms.\ A 1926 graduate of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, he received his divinity degree from Colgate Rochester Divin­ ity School, and doctor of divin­ ity from Keuka College. Surviving are his wife, Helen Hill Stuber; two daughters, Sylvia Heap of Watertown and Lois Spitzer of Fayetteville; a son, Dr. Roscoe Vernon Stuber of Howell, Mich.; four sisters, Elna March in Florida, Phyllis Di- neen and Maxine Cole, both in Maine, and Althea Dolph in Massachusetts, and 11 grand­ children Donations may be made to • the Colgate Rochester Divinity school for the Stanley I. Stuber Lectureship, 1100 South Goodman St., Rochester, 13620. Obituaries Martha S. Hancock Beatrice F. Auringer Beatrice F. Auringer, 80, of 217 Pleasant St., Manlius, died Sunday, May 12 at her home. Mrs. Auringer was a native of Syracuse and lived 40 ^years in Hollywood, Calif, before re­ turning to the Syracuse area in 1984 At one time, she was employed for 15 years with the New York Telephone Co. She was a member of the First English Lutheran Church. She was a. well known dancer and taught bal­ let for many years in Syra­ cuse Surviving are her husband of 62 years, Clarence W.; a niece, Joy Marie Cooper of Fayetteville; a grandniece; and two grandnephews. Graveside services were Tuesday in Woodlawn Cemet­ ery. Eaton-tubbs Funeral Home, Fayetteville, handled rangements. ar- Martha S. Hancock, 73, ot 6788 Knollwood Rd., Fayet­ teville,\ died Wednesday, May 8 at her home. She was known to many as \Polly.\ Mrs. Hancock was born in Syracuse and was a descendant of R. Nelson Gere, a prominent Syracuse businessman during the 1800s. She was a grandniece of Lyman C. Smith of L.C. Smith Typewriter Co. Mrs. Hancock attended Not­ tingham Junior High School and was a graduate of the Emma Willard School in Troy and Smith College in Northampton, Mass. She was the wife of A Van Wagonen Hancock of the Syra­ cuse law firm of Hancock and E8tabrook. Mrs. Hancock was widely known for her community vol­ unteer work, including ac­ tivities with the Junior League She supported the Syracuse Boys Club. She was a member of the Syracuse Garden Club, Har­ mony Circle of Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital, the Canal Museum Guild and the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra Auxiliary. She was a board member of Westminister Manor, Auburn. Mrs. Hancock was also a member of Circle Q and a former deaconess of Park Central Pre­ sbyterian Church During World War Two, she was a Red Cross volunteer and Was-c-o- chairman of its Committee on Missing Persons. She led the Women's Division of the annual Red Cross blood drive She was a member of the Limestone Tennis Club and the Women's 18-Hole Golf Group of Onondaga Golf and Country Club. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are a son, John V Hancock of DeWitt; a daughter, Martha H Olechof Cazenovia, a brother, Hudson A. Smith of Al­ pine, N J , and four grandchil­ dren Services were Friday in Park Central Presbyterian Church, the Rev Dr R. Peter Durkee and the Rev. Dr Alexander C Car- michel officiating. Burial was in Oakwood-Morningside Cemet­ ery Contributions may be made to the Syracuse Boys Club or the Onondaga County Unit of the American Cancer Society. Fairchild and Meech DeWitt Chapel handled arrangements. Other Deaths Dorothy-B. Stong, 82, for­ merly of Fairmount, died re­ cently in Floral City, Fla. She is urns &^dJon, C ^Ji Funeral Directors IC. uney ovne 515 Westcott St. Syracuse, N.Y. 474-2777 Dean A. Burns, Funeral Director Dedicated to Serving and Helping you. survived locally by a daughter, Hollis of Fayetteville. • J. Donald Rousche, 78, of Bryant Ave., Syracuse, died Saturday, May 4. He is survived locally by a daughter, Marlene Rousche of East Syracuse. Viola Cook Straub, 80, of Lyn- court, died May 1. Among her survivors are two sons, Francis J. of Fayetteville and Herbert B. Jr. of Manlius. Robert Edward Clary, 53, of 208 Fieldcrest Dr , Camillus, died Friday, May 10 at his home. He is survived locally by two brothers, John of East Syracuse and Harold of Fayet­ teville. Carol Ann Cook, 41, for­ merly of Syracuse, died Tues­ day, May 7 in Fort Worth, Texas. Services and burial were Friday in Hurst, Texas. Mrs. Cook is survived locally by her father, Harold Vedder of Minoa; and two sisters, Pat L. Q\K\/VGDD CEMETERIES, INC. Oakwood • Morningside • White Chapel For Information: 475-2194 « .j Mr. Mo ritz Carl G. Moritz, 77 of 114 Kit- tel Rd., Fayetteville, died Thursday, May 9. Mr. Moritz was a native of Cleveland, Ohio, and had lived most of his life in the Syracuse area. He retired as owner and operator of the Motor Rail Transport Co. He was a member of the De- Witt Community Church and the Syracuse Transportation Club. Surviving are his wife, the former Marian Ivison; three brothers, Robert and Walter, both of Cleveland, and Herbert of North Pine Grove, Pa.; a sis­ ter, Ruth Huldeman of Dayton, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews. Services were Saturday. Bu­ rial was in St. Mary's Cemetery, DeWitt. Contributions may be made to the Heart Fund. Mrs. Memmo Services for Anna Memmo, 93, of 710 Lodi St., Syracuse, who died Tuesday, May 14, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at St Ann's Church, Manlius. Burial will be in St. Mary's Resurrection Mausoleum, De- Witt. Calling hours will be from 2 to 4 p m Wednesday at Newell-Fay Funeral Home, Manlius. Mrs. Memmo, a native of Ireland, had been a Syracuse area resident since 1928. Surviving is her husband, Alex. Kenyon of East Sryacuse and Barbara Chase of Minoa. Martha T. Farrido, 84, of 141 Sherwood Ave., Syracuse, died Friday, May 10. Among her survivors are two daughters/'^oise'rhary Cahelela of East Syracuse and Irene Ascioti of Fayetteville. Mary E Radway, 75, of 2647 Jame8ville -Pompey Rd., Pompey, died Thursday, May 9. She is survived locally by a son, Norman of Fayetteville, two sisters, Dorothy Benor and Margaret Caine, both of Manlius; and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Martin Whitton of Man­ lius. Catherine C Barrett, 88, of 164 Forest Hill Dr., Syracuse, and formerly of Rutland, Vt., died Thursday, May 9. She was a member of St. Mat­ thew's Church, East Syracuse. Services were Monday at the church; burial was in Pittsford, Vt. 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