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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, July 16, 1986, Image 17

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Obituaries William C. Williams Memorial services have been held in Bernardsville, N.J. for William C. Williams, a native of Fayetteville, who died May 28. Mr. Williams, the son of William T. and Louise Collin Williams, grew up in Fayetteville and graduated from Fayetteville High School in 1933 and Yale University in 1938. He was president of his high school senior class debating team and captain of the lacrosse teams for both Fayetteville and Yale. He was also an Eagle Scout Mr. Williams had retired five years ago as corporate manager for the American Car and Foundry Co , now ACS Industries, I~nc , in New York City Mr. Williams had lived in Bernardsville for 30 years and had been a member of many civic organizations as well as serving on the Advisory Committee of the St. Thomas Choir School in New York City. He was a member of St Bernards Church where he was a vestryman, treasurer, and senior warden. Surviving are his wife, Lorraine Harrison Williams, two sons, William H Williams and Harrison C Williams, both of New York City; two brothers Edward Williams of Seattle. Wash, and David Williams of East Syracuse; three sisters, Emily Gawler of Basking Ridge, N.J., Elsie Stapes of Hudson. N.H. and Barbara Williams of Seattle, Wash and one grandchild Ruth C. Milback Ruth Cross Milback, a former Manlius resident, died July 11 at the James Square Nursing Home She was 95. Born in Syracuse, Mrs. Mil- back .had lived in Manlius for more than 44 years. She was a member of the Manlius United Methodist Church, the Naomi Circle, the Salvation Army Out­ post Auxiliary and Central City Chapter 433 of the Order of the Eastern Star. She was the widow of Howard Milback Mrs Milback is survived by two sons, Donald L. Milback and George E. Milback, both of Fayetteville; a daughter, Dorothy Walker of Manlius; a sister, Florence Walrath of Canastota; seven grandchil­ dren, and eight great­ grandchildren Services were at Newell-Fay Funeral Home, Manlius, the Rev. Allyn C. Foster officiating. Mrs. Milback was buried in White Chapel Memory Gardens. DeWitt. Contributions may be made to Manlius United Methodist Church or the Manlius Ambu­ lance Fund Helen L. Congar Helen L Congar of Manlius died Thursday, July 10 She was 88 years old and had lived in Manlius for more than 30 years She was a member of the Man­ lius United Methodist Church and United Methodist Women She also had been a leader of the Percy Hughes Girl Scout Troop for the physically handicapped She was the widow of Louis Congar Surviving are a daughter, June C Merrill of Manlius Services'were held in Manlius United Methodist Church with burial in Manlius Village Cemetery Newell-Fay Funeral Home handled arrangements r~ CEMETERIES, INC. Oakwood • Morningside • White Chapel For Information: 475-2194 Newell-Fay Funeral Home, Inc. \Dedicated to a Sacred Service\ 403 Pleasant St. Lawrence A. Fay Licensed Manager Manlius, N.Y. 682-5300 George W. Pring George W. Pring, former Fayetteville resident and civic leader, died July 7 in Los Gatos, Calif., where the family had lived for 16 years. He was 83 years old. Mr. Pring retired in 1968 as manager of publicity and advertising for the Niagara Mohawk system, where he had worked for 28 years. Born in Great Britain, he had lived in Upstate New York for most of his life. The family lived on Redfield Ave. in Fayetteville until Mr. and Mrs. Pring moved to California after he retired. While in Fayetteville he led the supporters working for the consolidation of the Fayetteville and Manlius schools into a cen­ tralized district and served as president of the Fayetteville- Manlius Board of Education from 1951 to 1953. He was also a vice president and on the board of directors for the New York State School Boards Assn. In Fayetteville, he served as chairman of the Committee on Pollution Abatement that led to the installation of sewer lines and sewage treatment for the village in 1966. He was also a member of the village's recrea­ tion commission and was presi­ dent and a trustee of the Fayet­ teville Free Library. 4 .J Mr. -Pring served on the board of directors of the Syracuse YMCA, was publicity chairman for the Community Chest for 12 years, was a board member of the Canal Museum and for the Syracuse chapter of the United Nations Assn. He also was a member of the Syracuse chapter of the English Speaking Union and Associated Artists. He was a founder of the Syra­ cuse chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, the professional journalism honorary, and was president of the Social and Literary Club. He attended Trinity Episcopal Church in Fayetteville, where he was a lay reader and served three terms as senior warden and vestryman. He was a direc­ tor of the Episcopal Foundation of Central New York and on the board of the Episcopal Confer­ ence Center. He was also a de­ puty delegate to the National Convention of the Episcopal Church. In addition to his civic respon­ sibilities, he was also a member of a number of trade organiza­ tions including the Public Util­ ity Advertising Assn. and the Edison Electrical Institute, where he served on the public relations committee. Before joining Niagara Leo V. Remington Memorial services for Leo V. Remington, 79, a printer for Manlius Publishing Corp. in the 1950s and the Sandy Creek News, were July 15 at the Sum- merville Funeral Home, the Rev. Virgil H. Hager officiating. Mr Remington lived in St. Petersburg, Fla. He died in March. Born in Sandy Creek, he was retired from the Largo Sen­ tinel. Surviving are his wife, Mar- jorie Allen; one brother, Lawr­ ence Remington of Lacona; one sister, Lucille O'Connor of Au­ burn, and several nieces and nephews. Contributions may be made to charity. Anna K. Hullevad Anna K. Hullevad, 83, of 7572 Highbridge Rd., Manlius, died July 13 after a short illness. After spending most of her life in her hometown of Lansdowne, Pa , she moved to Manlius three years ago She was a member of Delhi Grotto Auxiliary of Dela­ ware County, Pa. Surviving are her daughter, Eileen Grimm of Manlius; one sister, Regiria Engle of Kane, Pa., and two grandsons, Stephen Grimm of Morristown, N.J., and Scott Grimm of Cazenovia. Fiore Funeral Home had charge of arrangements. funeral lam* TELEPHONE 656-3132 George W. Pring Mohawk, Mr. Pring worked on newspapers in Geneva and Rochester and was director of public relations for the Roches­ ter Institute of Technology. Surviving^ are his wife, Eleanor; three daughters, Eleanor Burke of San Mateo, Calif., Caroline Adler of Chicago, 111., and Margaret Paczkowski of Turin, and seyen grandchildren. Mrs. Piping's address is 110 Wood Blvd., Los Gatos/ Calif. 95030. Dr. Narrow Dr. Barbara W. Narrow, 62, of 516 McDonnell St., Chit- tenango, died July 8. A native of Saranac Lake, Dr. Narrow had lived in Syracuse before moving to Chittenango in 1949. She lived in Oran for 13 years, returning to Chittenango in 1975;$Slh.e also lived for sev­ eral years in Potsdam. She taught graduate and un­ dergraduate nursing students for 29 years, retiring this past April. She was a charter member of the Omicron chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, the international nursing honor society. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Mayflower Society. She was also historian for the Wardner Fam­ ily Historical Assn. Dr. Narrow is survived by her husband, Wilbur Narrow; three daughters, Mary Jane Irwin of North Syracuse, Patricia Rapple of Chittenango and Elizabeth Williams of Temecula, Calif; a brother, Herbert Wardner of Tupper Lake; a sister, Carolyn Buck of Portland, Ore., and five grandchildren. Contributions may be made to the Lotts Creek Community School, Hazzard, Ky. Delaney & Greabell Funeral Home Inc. Stanley R. Adydan Raymond C.A. Greabell 241 KINNE STREET EAST SYRACUSE, NEW YORK 13057 437-3521 Jaircliifd & Iflfjeecli 3690 Erie Blvd., E.. DeWitt. N.Y. 446-5500 500 W. Onondaga St., Syr.. N.Y. 475-5101 Bradley A. Meech, Director laton-Ulubbfi Junrral fflome 3nr. Traditionally Fine Service and Facilities within the means of all. 130 €ast (Srnrflrr &trtr 1 Jayrttrotllr. Nrm fork TELEPHONE 637-3214 &rlbtn 1. Ulubbs Stjamaa S. &rljrpp

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