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NFA Class of 1964 Memorial Page Mohon kirimkan berita kematian, informasi atau gambar yang akan ditambahkan Klik di sini untuk Email informasi yang akan diposting Acquaro, Dorothy M. Schmidt quotDottiquot usia 54, dari Ellenwood, Georgia, yang sebelumnya bernama Newburgh, New York, meninggal Kamis, 29 Maret , 2001 setelah pertempuran singkat, namun berani dengan Cancer. Dia selamat dari suaminya yang penuh kasih, Paul Schmidt, anak perempuan dan pasangan mereka, Mr Mrs. Darryl (Kathleen Acquaro) Geiger, Keystone Heights, FL, Mr. dan Mrs. William (Jane Ferguson) Friddell, Stockbridge, ayah Georgia, Frank Acquaro, Sr. Fort Pierce, anak tangga FL, Paul Schmidt II dan Michael Schmidt, keduanya Port Orange, FL lima cucu, Amanda dan Brittney Geiger, Trey dan Logan Friddell dan Cameron Schmidt dan seorang saudara laki-laki, Frank Acquaro Jr, Fort Pierce , FL. Layanan pemakaman akan diadakan pada hari Senin, 2 April 2001 pukul 11:00 di Kapel Fairview Wards dengan Deacon Gerald R. Schmidt, Sr. officiating. Interment, Fairview Memorial Gardens. Jane Friddell (Putri) Ibu saya bertempur dalam pertempuran singkat namun berani dengan kanker pankreas, hati dan paru-paru. Dia meninggal 5 minggu sampai tanggal diagnosis. Dia adalah seorang pejuang dan berjuang sampai akhir. Dia adalah istri terbaik, ibu dan Nana yang bisa dimintanya. Dia menceritakan banyak cerita tentang hari-harinya di NFA dan saya rindu mendengar semuanya. Saya ingin mendengar dari siapapun yang ingin tetap berhubungan. Ingatannya sangat penting bagiku. Saya dapat menghubungi email di JFriddellaol Frank L. Acquaro Sr. seorang penduduk Florida sejak 1991, meninggal 3 Oktober 2001 di Florida. Ia lahir di Verplank, New York pada tanggal 21 September 1910. Ia adalah penduduk Newburgh yang tinggal seumur hidup, N.Y. Ia bekerja di Erie dan New York-New Haven Railroad selama 23 tahun. Dia adalah pemilik perusahaan Acquaro Printing selama 34 tahun (1946-1980). Dia adalah anggota piagam dan Komisaris Api selama 50 tahun dengan Dan Leghorn Fire Engine Company 1. Dia adalah anggota UCT, Masonic Lodge 207 sejak 1957. Dia pindah ke Fort Pierce pada tahun 1991. Dia selamat dari satu anak laki-laki, Frank Jr. Dari Port St. Lucie, Fla, seorang putri angkat, Kathleen Geiger dari Keystone Heights, Fla, seorang cucu perempuan yang diadopsi, Jane Friddell dari Atlanta, Ga satu cucu perempuan, Julia VanMersberger dari Lakewood Park, Fla, dua cucu, Frank D. dan Anthony Dari Port St. Lucie, Fla, lima cicit tiga saudara laki-laki, Ernest dari Lancaster, James of Venice, Florida dan Sam dari Newburgh, NY dan satu saudara perempuan, Genevieve Chiarmonte dari Newburgh, NY. Dia dipuji oleh istrinya, Dorothy Grayson Acquaro dan satu anak perempuan, Dottie Schmidt. Jam buka jam 9-11 pagi dengan layanan pukul 11 ​​pagi besok, Sabtu, 6 Oktober, di Rumah Duka DiDonato-Brooks, 481 Gidney Ave. Newburgh, N.Y. 12550. Pendeta Kurt Ottway akan memimpin. Penguburan akan menyusul di Wallkill Valley Cemetery di Walden, N.Y. Agnew, Thomas C. quotTCquot 53, dari Marlboro, meninggal pada 1199 November di Marlboro. Pak Agnew adalah direktur Urusan Veteran, Orange County. Dia adalah seorang veteran Angkatan Darat Amerika Serikat, melayani dua tur di Vietnam. Agnew bertugas sebagai Pilot Helikopter Angkatan Darat di Vietnam untuk dua tur tugas, mendapatkan Distinguished Flying Cross dan Medali Udara Valor. Belakangan dalam hidupnya, ia menjabat sebagai sukarelawan untuk Melek huruf Amerika. Lahir di Newburgh pada tanggal 68, 1946, dia adalah anak dari John C. dan Alma C. Taylor Agnew. Dia kuliah di Penn State University dan lulus dari Universitas Negeri di New Paltz dengan gelar B.S. Gelar. Korban selamat meliputi istrinya, Deborah Dowling Agnew, orang tuanya, John dan Alma Agnew tiga anak laki-laki, Brian Agnew, Baltimore Andrew dan James Agnew dari Marlboro tiga anak perempuan, Jane Agnew dari New York City Emily Agnew dari Philadelphia, dan Abby Agnew dari Marlboro ibunya- Mertua, Ellen Dowling seorang saudara laki-laki, John T. Agnew dari Texas beberapa keponakan dan keponakan. Sebuah pertemuan peringatan keluarga dan teman akan menjadi 2-4 dan 7-9 siang. Di Rumah Duka DiDonato, 1290 Route 9W, Marlboro. Massa peringatan akan berlangsung 11:00 15 November, dari Gereja St. Marys, Route 9W, Marlboro, dengan Pastor Alfred R. Pizzuto yang memimpin. Pemakaman cremains akan berada dalam plot keluarga di Cedar Hill Cemetery untuk kenyamanan keluarga. Sebagai penerima transplantasi ginjal, keluarga Toms ingin mengucapkan terima kasih kepada semua keluarga donor atas namanya. Sumbangan peringatan 5 akan dilakukan ke Hospice of Orange County, 806 Stony Brook Court, Newburgh, NY 12550 atau ke Rumah Fisher untuk Keluarga Veteran, 113 Holland Ave. Albany, NY 12208. Antonucci, AnneMarie Butler dari New Windsor, istri tercinta, ibu, nenek dan teman, meninggal pada hari Selasa, 2 Agustus 2011 di rumah bersama suami dan anak tercinta di sisinya. Dia berusia 64 tahun. Putri almarhum Americo quotMedyquot dan Marie Cianfronga Antonucci, dia lahir pada tanggal 14 Desember 1946 di Newburgh. Pada tanggal 15 Oktober 1983 dia menikahi Brian E. Butler, yang bertahan di rumah. AnneMarie adalah istri, ibu, dan nenek yang luar biasa, yang selalu dapat diandalkan untuk mendukung dan mendorong keluarga dan teman-temannya, dalam usaha apa pun. Dia menikmati perjalanan, terutama ke pantai manapun, dan perjalanan ke Wildwood, Jamaika, Meksiko, Bermuda, Florida, Bahama dan Nova Scotia akan terus memberi keluarganya banyak kenangan. Dia menghabiskan 15 tahun terakhir untuk membantu membangun bisnis keluarga dan dia tahu betapa dia dicintai oleh para pengunjung. Dia tidak pernah mengeluh tentang penyakitnya, berjuang dengan berani dengan percaya diri dan bermartabat sampai akhir, dan selalu menghargai pikiran, doa dan harapan baik. Kami bersyukur atas perawatan yang diberikan oleh dokter dan staf Hospice yang peduli. AnneMarie adalah lulusan tahun 1964 dari N.F.A. Dan pemilik Rumah Ale Rail Emas sejak 1995. Dia bekerja untuk Macbeth selama 22 tahun dan berada di sana di mana dia bertemu dengan suaminya pada tahun 1981. Dia adalah seorang jemaat Gereja St. Francis of Assisi, Newburgh, bertugas di Dewan Direksi. Dari Asosiasi Amp Restaurant Tavern Orange County, anggota Staf Ampunan Gardnertown Orangtua, dan merupakan penggemar terbesar dari tim olahraga anak-anak dan cucu-cucunya. Selain suaminya yang penuh kasih selama 27 tahun, Brian, dia selamat dari putrinya, Jacquelyn Mongelli dan suaminya, Lou dari Marlboro putra, Christopher Butler di rumah cucu, Nicolas dan Samuel Mongelli dari Marlboro. Kunjungan akan diselenggarakan dari 2-6 p.m. Pada hari Minggu, 7 Agustus di Brooks Funeral Home, 481 Gidney Ave. Newburgh. Misa Pemakaman Kristen akan dirayakan pada pukul 10 pagi pada hari Senin, 8 Agustus di Gereja St. Francis of Assisi, Newburgh. Pemakaman akan menyusul di Calvary Cemetery, New Windsor. Sumbangan dalam memori AnneMaries dapat dilakukan ke Hospice of Orange amp Sullivan Counties, 800 Stony Brook Ct. Newburgh, NY 12550 atau Aliansi Kanker Colon, 1025 Vermont Ave. NW, Suite 1066, Washington, DC 20005, ccalliance.org Untuk menyampaikan belasungkawa atau petunjuk pribadi, silakan kunjungi BrooksFH atau hubungi 845-561-8300. Dikirim oleh Bill Way 1964 wway1946aol Anne Marie adalah teman sejati Kelas 1964. Selalu sangat mendukung reuni kelas kami. Kami akan sangat merindukanmu Anne Marie. Benton, Dorothy Sharon Pedersen dari Dusun Wallkill, beristirahat pada hari Kamis, 10 Maret 2011 di Rumah Sakit St. Lukes Cornwall, Kampus Newburgh. Dia berusia 65 tahun. Putri almarhum Lawrence dan Dorothy Dumas Benton, Dorothy lahir pada tanggal 27 Juli 1945 di Newburgh. Dia adalah anggota Trinity United Methodist Church. Dorothy selamat dari suaminya, James, di rumah anak-anaknya, Timothy Pedersen dan istrinya, Holly of Walden, dan Lauren Pedersen dan tunangannya, Sara Higgins dari saudara Kingston, Leigh Benton dari Newburgh, serta keponakan dan keponakan perempuan. Kunjungan akan berlangsung pada hari Minggu, 13 Maret, dari pukul 2 sampai 4 sore. Di Rumah Duka Venarium Venuto Putih, 188 N. Plank Rd. Kota Newburgh. Layanan pemakaman akan dimulai pukul 4 sore. Mengikuti kunjungan Penguburan akan bersifat pribadi. Pengaturan oleh White amp Venuto Funeral Home 845-562-6550 atau kunjungi whiteandvenutofuneralhome Berkery, Sheila R. Cox dari Woodstock, meninggal pada hari Senin, 10 Maret 2003 di kediamannya. Dia berusia 56 tahun. Dia lahir pada tanggal 5 September 1946 di Newburgh, putri almarhum Leo dan Theresa Cassidy Berkery dan tinggal di Woodstock sejak tahun 1969. Dia adalah anggota Gereja St. Johns di Woodstock dan merupakan anggota Senior Program Penjangkauan gereja, dan Klub Buku Selasa di Saugerties Barat. Korban selamat termasuk suaminya, Howard N. Cox tiga putra, Howard D. dari Rifton, Brett dari New Orleans, Las Vegas, dan Shaun Cox dari Brooklyn dua saudara laki-laki, Leo dari Atlanta, Georgia dan Jim Berkery dari Bunnell, Florida seorang saudara perempuan, Mary Irons of Newburgh adalah keponakan cucu dan keponakan. Prosesi pemakaman akan dimulai pada pukul 10.15 pagi, Kamis, 13 Maret di Lasher Funeral Home, Inc. 100 Tinker St. Woodstock. Misa pemakaman Kristen akan dirayakan pukul 11 ​​pagi di Gereja St. Johns, Woodstock. Yang terbaik, Brenda Kay Davis mantan penduduk Fredericksburg, Va berangkat dari kehidupan ini pada 12 Juni 2009, di rumahnya setelah sakit singkat. Dia lahir pada 30 Desember 1946 di Clinton, N.C. sampai Walter dan Mary Best. Dia adalah anak keenam dari tujuh bersaudara. Dia dan keluarganya pindah ke Newburgh, N.Y. saat dia masih muda. Dia menghadiri sekolah umum Newburgh, lulus dari Newburgh Free Academy pada tahun 1964. Brenda bekerja selama beberapa tahun di IBM di Fishkill, N.Y. sebelum pindah ke Chicago. Dia kembali ke Newburgh untuk waktu yang singkat, sebelum pindah ke California di mana dia pernah dipekerjakan oleh IBM lagi. Dia menikahi Allan Davis, cinta hidupnya. Mereka pindah ke Castle Rock tempat dia bekerja untuk Hewlett Packard. Dia menerima gelar Bachelor of Arts dari Phoenix University. Brenda adalah seorang bowler yang rajin dan memenangkan banyak piala. Dia juga anggota Organisasi Hummels. Kay, seperti yang dia sebut dengan sayang, adalah seorang penyayang binatang dan menjalani hidup sepenuhnya. Dia dicintai banyak orang, dan tidak mengenal orang asing. Setelah bertahun-tahun membujuk keluarganya, dia pindah ke Virginia untuk lebih dekat dengan mereka. Tak lama setelah pindah ke Virginia, Brenda menjadi anggota Gereja Yesus Kristus dari Orang Suci Zaman Akhir, bangsal Rock Hill di Stafford, Va, di mana dia mengajukan diri setiap minggu di perpustakaan. Brenda didahului dengan kematian oleh suaminya dua saudara perempuan, Shirley Hollins dan Laverne Best dan dua saudara laki-laki, Earl Best dan William Best. Dia meninggalkan untuk menghargai kenangannya, keponakan perempuan yang dia angkat, Tamika Best dari Castle Rock seorang anak tiri, Mark Davis (Janet) dari Tahoe, California dua keponakan besar, Malik dan Talib Meeks dua saudara perempuan, Kathy Best-Brown (William) dari Dumfries, Va dan Ruby Thompson (Curtis) dari Bridgeport, Conn, saudara laki-laki, James Best of Newburgh seorang bibi, Bertha Whitfield dari Clinton, NC dan sejumlah keponakan, keponakan, sepupu, kerabat dan teman lainnya. Brenda akan benar-benar dilewatkan oleh semua. Sebuah layanan diadakan pada tanggal 27 Juni di Rumah Pemakaman Miller di Krematory di Woodbridge. Bolognese, Phyllis Tibby dari Wallkill, penghuni seumur hidup di daerah tersebut, beristirahat pada hari Kamis, 26 Juli 2007 di Rumah Sakit St. Lukes, Newburgh setelah sakit singkat. Dia berusia 60 tahun. Putri Lucy Colandrea dan almarhum Frank Bolognese, lahir pada 7 November 1946 di Newburgh. QuotPhyllis adalah wanita yang sangat murah hati, penuh cinta dan setia. Dia adalah istri yang setia pada suaminya yang memasuki kehidupan baru di bulan November. Dia sangat merindukannya. Dia adalah seorang Ibu yang hebat. Seorang putri yang luar biasa, saudara perempuan, bibi dan sepupu yang dicintai semuanya. Dia adalah quotVoicequot of Inspiration kepada banyak orang. Dia suka memasak dan berbagi makanan dengan keluarga dan teman-temannya. Tidak ada yang terlalu banyak baginya untuk diberi makan. Dia memiliki anugerah cinta dan kasih sayang untuk semua binatang dengan daya tarik khusus untuk kuda, anjing, dan burung. Kapan pun binatang melihat Phyllis, mereka mendatangi dia seperti dia adalah ibu mereka. Dia adalah seorang pelayan kasual dan mencintai alam. Berjalan di luar, bekerja dengan bunga dan pohon buahnya membuatnya senang. Dia adalah wanita istimewa yang memiliki banyak bakat dan bakat. Kami semua diberkati untuk mengenalnya. Dia akan sangat merindukan.quot Pemilik Produk Newburgh Steel di Newburgh, Phyllis lulus dari Newburgh Free Academy, Mt. St. Marys College dan Spencerian Business College. Dia adalah seorang umat paroki di Most Precious Blood Parish di Walden, Gereja St. Peters di Deland, Fla dan Gereja St. Annes di Andes, NY Dia juga anggota Klub Powelton, Newpool Lake Beresford Yacht Club, Deland, Fla. Anggota keluarga dan anggota Legacy 100 Safari International dan St. LukesCornwall Hospital Foundation. Korban selamat meliputi ibunya, Lucy Colandrea Bolognese dari anak laki-laki yang mencintai Wallkill, Patrick J. Tibby dan istrinya Jennifer dari Deland, saudara laki-laki yang mencintai Fla, Frank Bolognese Jr. dan istrinya Nancy dari keponakan Marlboro, Kelly Bolognese Kemp dan suaminya Paul dari Shrewsbury, Dua keponakan besar, Danielle dan Rachel Kemp dari Shrewsbury, Mass satu paman, Louis Colandrea dan istrinya Bernice dari Newburgh dua bibi, Lena Casilli dan suaminya Emil dari Cornwall dan Connie Salanita dari Brooklyn 14 sepupu, Cosimo Colandrea, Edward Colandrea , Sharon Fortenberry, Darlene Colandrea, Leon Zuchowski, Leona Lemmel, Patrick Romano, Gary Romano, Anthony Romano, Ronald Colandrea, Emil Casilli, Patrick Casilli, Joseph Casilli, dan teman seumur hidup Rhoda Colandrea, Joan Shedden Paese dari Balmville dua anak perempuan , Megan Shedden dari Balmville dan Marion Romaine dari Newburgh. Dia didahului oleh suaminya Paul E. Tibby pada tanggal 5 November 2006. Kunjungan akan diadakan dari jam 2-7 siang. Pada hari Minggu, 29 Juli di Brooks Funeral Home, 481 Gidney Ave. Newburgh bersama Pastor Bill Scafidi mengadakan shalat di jam 5 malam. Misa Pemakaman Kristen akan dirayakan pada pukul 12 siang pada hari Senin, 30 Juli di Most Precious Blood, Walden. Entombment akan menyusul di Cedar Hill Mausoleum, Newburgh. Bucciarelli, Sandra L. quotSandyquot 26, dari 40 Knox Village, meninggal Selasa (16 Januari 1973) sebagai akibat kecelakaan mobil. Dia lahir di Newburgh 19 Mei 1946, anak perempuan Dominick F. Bucciarelli dan Robin F. Badai Seorang anggota Gereja St. Francis, dia adalah seorang operator untuk Bearse Manufacturing Co.Survivors adalah ibu satu saudara perempuannya, Mrs. Rocco (Valerie) McElroy dan seorang keponakan, Jason McElroy, nenek moyang dari Newburgh, Michael dan Angelina Spignardo Bucciarelli Bibi dan paman. Perumusan dilakukan oleh Coloni Funeral Home, Rt. 9W, New Windsor. Diposting oleh Bill Way - 64 Sandys locker berada di samping saya selama tahun-tahun saya di NFA. Saya percaya dia meninggal dalam kecelakaan mobil tepat setelah SMA. Dia adalah seorang gadis manis dengan senyum yang menyenangkan. Ada yang bisa mengonfirmasi fakta tentang kematiannya Diposting oleh Cherry Johnson Canary -65 Ya, saya ingat Sandy Bucciarelli meninggal dalam sebuah kecelakaan mobil tak lama setelah lulus. Adiknya, Valerie, masih di Newburgh, saya yakin, menikah dengan Rocky McElroy. Burgess, Harold quotSonnyquot Jr. meninggal dunia Selasa, 21 September 2010 di Rumah Sakit Barnes, di St. Louis, MO. Ia lahir 29 Juli 1946, di Newburgh, New York, putra Harold Burgess, Sr. dan Arline (Helms) Burgess. Dia lulus SMA dari Newburgh Free Academy dan kemudian menghadiri Orange County Community College, di Middletown, New York. Sonny menikahi Christina Robertson pada tanggal 8 Februari 1964, di Newburgh, di Gereja Kongregasi 1, dengan Pendeta Overton melakukan upacara tersebut. Sonny dan Christina pernah tinggal di Lake Charles, La dan Springfield, Mo. sebelum pindah ke Branson, MO. Sonny memiliki dan mengoperasikan toko suvenir ritel yang juga mengkhususkan diri dalam perdagangan kartu bisbol di pusat kota Branson, MO. Sonny adalah seorang avid outdoorsman dan olahragawan. Dia suka memancing ikan trout dan merupakan penggemar New York Giants yang besar. Ia juga menikmati mendengarkan musik 50s dan 60an dan band Journey. Dia didahului kematian oleh orang tuanya, Harold dan Arline Burgess dan satu saudara perempuan, Beverly. Sonny selamat dari istri tercintanya, Christina Burgess, dari Branson, MO tiga putra, Kenneth Burgess dan istrinya Beth, Branson, MO, Darrell Burgess, Hollister, dan Shayne Burgess dan istri Jamie, dari Reeds Spring, seorang anak perempuan, Dawn Neal Dan suami Jon, dari saudara laki-laki Forsyth, Darrell Burgess, dari Hartford, Conn dan keempat cucunya, yang sangat dia sukai, Zach, Zane, Zoe, dan Berkley. Layanan Peringatan akan diadakan Senin, 27 September, pukul 3 sore. Di Rumah Pemakaman Snapp-Bearden, Branson, MO, bersama Dr. Daniel Chinn. Peringatan sebagai pengganti bunga dapat diajukan ke Casey Ann Hohman Memorial Association, P.O. Box 6031, St. Charles, MO 63302. Cannelli, Linda Campins - Kelas 1964 Carito, Lawrence - Kelas tahun 1964 Catania, Janice Cornfield - Kelas 1964 Clavio, Peter A. Jr. quotPetequot SP4 - E4 - Army - Selective Service, 199th Light Infantry Brigade, 22 tahun Single, Kaukasia, Male, Lahir pada Nov 29, 1945, Dari Newburgh, NY. Tur tugasnya dimulai pada tanggal 17 Februari 1968 Casualty pada tanggal 02 Juni 1968 di Gia Dinh, Vietnam Selatan, bermusuhan, meninggal karena luka-luka, luka di tangan, senjata api, senjata api kecil, mayat ditemukan kembali. Agama Romawi Katolik, Panel 61W - - Line 11 Corbo, Nicholas P. dengan sayang dikenal sebagai quotDaddyquot dan quotPoppyquot kepada anak-anak dan cucunya, dan quotNickyquot atau quotNickquot kepada teman dan keluarganya, meninggal dengan damai pada hari Jumat, tanggal 30 Maret 2012. Dia adalah 66 tahun. Nick meninggal di rumahnya di Cornwall, NY, dikelilingi oleh keluarga yang dikhususkannya, tepatnya tiga bulan sampai saat dia menerima diagnosis kanker stadium akhir. Tidak satu pun dari hari-hari itu dihabiskan untuk mengasihani diri sendiri, karena dia mengatakan bahwa dia memiliki kehidupan yang baik. Sebagai gantinya, ia menghabiskan waktunya untuk berdoa bagi orang-orang yang tidak bisa berdoa untuk diri mereka sendiri. Nick lahir 15 September 1945 di Newburgh, NY kepada Nicholas dan Catherine Corbo, keduanya mendahului dia dalam kematian. Dia menganggap dirinya sebagai penghuni Newburgh yang seumur hidup, di mana dia lulus dari NFA pada tahun 1964. Dia bangga menjadi anggota 12 tahun dari Local 137 Operating Engineers dari Briarcliff Manor, NY, dan anggota 25 tahun dari 417 Ironworkers Union of Newburgh, NY. Ia memiliki dan mengoperasikan Fabricators amp Erectors Corry Fabricators, dan Corbos Welding sebelumnya. Selain mendirikan bangunan dan jembatan, Nick menciptakan banyak karya seni, meskipun dengan rendah hati dia menyebut mereka sebagai quotNicky-nacksquot. Dia menyukai pengelasan dan ukiran. Dia juga suka menghabiskan waktu di kapalnya, The Piquad, meski masih banyak waktu yang dihabiskan untuk mengerjakannya daripada melayarinya. Sebenarnya, Nick mencintai apapun yang bisa dia perbaiki atau bangun kembali. Selalu dikhususkan untuk memberi kembali, dia sangat terlibat dalam komunitasnya di Pulau Okaloosa di Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Jika Anda ingin membaca tentang beberapa hal menakjubkan yang dia lakukan, silakan kunjungi tautan berikut: oilawebNewslettersNL201201.pdf Dengan senyuman dan akta baik untuk hampir semua orang yang ditemuinya, Nick memiliki banyak teman. Dia ditahan oleh istrinya yang penuh kasih, Carol Corbo, dan keempat anak tercintanya: Nicole Corbo, Jeannine Corbo, Wendy Doyle dan suaminya, Tom Doyle, dan Ed Burke dan istrinya, Tara Burke. Tiga cucunya yang berharga: Tommy dan Matty Doyle dan Ashton Burke, juga bisa bertahan, selain bibinya, Fortune Burkoski, Frances Carfora, Lee Fratto, Barbara Colello, dan Carol DeCandia, serta banyak sepupu yang disayanginya. Nick mengukur kekayaannya dengan cinta keluarganya dan, oleh karena itu, menganggap dirinya terlalu kaya. Dia juga menganggap dirinya anak yang baik, suami yang baik, dan ayah yang baik, tapi kita semua menganggapnya luar biasa. Atas permintaan Nicks, tidak akan ada layanan atau peringatan, sumbangan dapat diajukan atas namanya ke Rumah Sakit Penelitian Jude Childrens: 800-822-6344. Selain itu, anak perempuan tertuanya, Nicole, akan mengumpulkan cerita untuk membuat sebuah buku untuk menghormatinya. Jika Anda ingin menyampaikan sebuah cerita atau menyampaikan bela sungkawa, tolong lakukan dengan mengirim email ke nicky.p.storiesgmail Cosentino, Ralph F. - Kelas 1964 Cosman, Ruthann June Deyo, 68, Berthoud, Colorado meninggal pada tanggal 19 November. , 2014 di Longmont. Ruthann lahir pada tanggal 31 Mei 1946 di Cornwall, NY ke Burton dan Elenor (Wilcox) Cosman. Ruthann menikahi Robert Deyo pada tanggal 17 September 1966 di Newburgh, NY. Dia tinggal di Newburgh, NY sampai 1978. Ruthann menyukai berkemah, memancing, di luar rumah dan bepergian. Dia juga suka menghabiskan waktu bersama cucu dan keluarganya. Ruthann selamat tinggal oleh suaminya, Robert anak Jason Deyo saudara Peter (Roseann) Cosman dari Casper, WY, Bruce (Ruth Ann) Cosman dari Smithville, OK dan David (Anita) Cosman dari saudara ipar PA Doris Cosman dari Newburgh, NY dan Nancy Smith dari cucu Longmont Wyatt dan Rylie Deyo dan banyak sepupu, keponakan dan keponakan. Dia didahului dengan kematian oleh putri orang tuanya, saudara Sheila Deyo, Burton Cosman. Memorial Service 10:00 am Sabtu, 6 Desember 2014 di Allnutt Funeral Service di Loveland. Crossley, Jeffrey Craig, kutipan dari Kota Newburgh, N.Y. pensiunan Presiden A.W. Crossley, Inc. Kontraktor Umum dan penduduk daerah seumur hidup, meninggal Sabtu, 20 Desember 2003 di Rumah Sakit Castle Point, Beacon, New York. Dia adalah 57. Putra Alfred W. Crossley dan Althea B. Crossley, Dia lahir pada tanggal 8 Oktober 1946 di Newburgh, New York. Dia adalah veteran Angkatan Udara yang bertugas di Korea. Seorang juru bicara keluarga menyatakan bahwa dengan mengetahui penyakitnya yang panjang, Jeff menunjukkan banyak keberanian, persahabatan dan cinta untuk keluarga dan teman-temannya. Dia akan sangat dirindukan karena dia selamat oleh anak-anaknya Eric C. Crossley, Sean P. Crossley dan istrinya, ibu Shannon ibunya Joyce A. Crossley saudaranya Douglas V. Crossley dan istrinya, Regina dan anak-anak mereka Ryan P. Crossley , Kathryn C. Crossley dan Colin J. Crossley. Teman-teman mungkin menelepon dari pukul 5:30 sampai 9:00 malam pada hari Jumat, 26 Desember 2003 di Rumah Duka Brooks-DiDonato, 481 Gidney Avenue, Newburgh, New York. Layanan Perabot akan berlangsung pada hari Sabtu, 27 Desember 2003 pukul 11:00 di Rumah Duka. Pemakaman akan berada di Wallkill Valley Cemetery, Walden, New York. Crudele, Robert Leon 62, pergi untuk bersama dengan Tuhan dan Juruselamatnya dan bergabung dengan anaknya, Robert L. Crudele, Jr. pada hari Selasa pagi, 25 Maret 2008. Dia adalah putra, suami, ayah, kakek dan teman tercinta. Setelah 37 tahun bertugas sebagai supir truk jarak jauh di New York, dia pensiun ke Indian Trail, NC. Ia menikmati masa pensiun dengan kekasih SMA dan istrinya 43 tahun. Bersama-sama mereka adalah anggota Southern Stock Horse Association dan terlibat aktif dalam 4-H. Dia juga anggota Mill Grove United Methodist Church. Mengabdi di luar jangkauan keluarganya, mereka adalah pusat dari semua pekerjaan dan penyelesaiannya. Dia menghabiskan sebagian besar waktu luangnya sebagai quotPoppyquot, berbagi dalam perawatan, asuhan, dan kehidupan sehari-hari cucu tercintanya. Dia sangat peduli dalam membesarkan cucunya, Victoria Crudele, seolah-olah dia adalah anak ketiga. Dia adalah quotDadquot-nya. Dia adalah seorang guru, pemandu dan sahabat terbaik bagi menantunya. Dia mencintai negaranya dan orang Amerika yang sombong. Selain anaknya, Robert L. Crudele, Jr. saudaranya, Charles Crudele juga mendahului dia. Keluarga dekat Mr. Crudeles termasuk istrinya, Virginia quotGingerquot Crudele dua anak perempuan, Jacqueline quotJacquiquot McLaughlin dan suaminya, Doug, dan Kimberley quotKimquot Gardner dan suaminya, Larry, semua Indian Trail, NC empat cucu: Douglas dan Everett McLaughlin, Victoria Crudele , Dan Jacob Crudele-Brown satu saudara perempuan, Michelle Crudele-Arnold dan suaminya, Thomas Arnold dari Walden, NY beberapa keponakan dan keponakan, dan tentu saja Twister, Zee-Na dan Pongo. Kunjungan dan pemakaman sebelumnya diadakan di Mill Grove United Methodist Church di Indian Trail, NC. Pemakaman akan berada di pemakaman gereja. Sumbangan peringatan dapat diajukan ke Dana Beasiswa Bob Crudele, co Mill Grove U.M.C. 7311 Mill Grove Rd. Indian Trail, NC 28079. Cucorullo, Salvatore F. quotSalquot 65, meninggal dunia pada hari Kamis, 2 Desember 2010, dikelilingi oleh keluarganya saat malaikat kami memanggilnya pulang. Lahir pada tanggal 20 Mei 1945 di Italia sampai mendiang Dominick dan Emilia Cucorullo, Sedikit yang diketahui anak laki-laki itu saat dia berlayar ke Amerika, 55 tahun yang lalu bahwa suatu hari seorang pria hebat akan meninggalkan warisan yang akan menjangkau 2 negara. Warisan cinta, sebuah kesaksian akan kehidupannya yang hebat, termasuk istrinya, Patrice Ortale anak-anaknya: Tara Felice dan Tommy, Neysa Lynn dan Billy, Anthony Patrick, dan Patrick Joseph cucunya, (Nono sedikit berburu buckaroo) Liam Dominick nya Saudara laki-laki dan perempuan: John dan Claudette, Brian, Kathleen, Keith, Kim, Lynn, Bobby, Ree, dan panduan mudanya Safari, Anthony keponakan dan keponakannya yang berarti dunia baginya: Eric, Tyler, Nicole, Jason, Kyle, Shannen, Ryan, Travis, Mary Katherine, Celina, Michael, Maria, Michaela, Maeve, Michael, Nico, Kyra, Dillion, Deanna, dan Kaitlyn. Dan mereka yang tidak bisa begitu saja disebut teman karena tempat kehormatan yang mereka miliki di dalam hatinya: Nat dan Susan, Sammy dan Sharon. Di Surga dia bergabung dengan keluarga malaikat kita: Dominick, Emilia, Agnes, Clement, Patrick, Mary, dan rekan berburu-nya, Michael. Sal adalah seorang pria yang bercita-cita untuk melakukan hal-hal besar, dan mengharapkan tidak sedikit pun yang ditinggalkannya. Dia suka bepergian, memancing dan berburu, tapi yang terpenting dia mencintai keluarganya. Teman-temannya bertahun-tahun akan dengan sayang mengingatnya sebagai quotBuwanaquot yang perkasa. Keluarganya akan mengingatnya sebagai legendaris. Oh dongeng yang akan kita ceritakan Dia menyentuh begitu banyak nyawa dalam banyak hal. Siapa pun yang tahu Sal tahu berapa banyak yang akan dilewatkannya. Lain kali Anda melihat uang perkasa yang berhenti dan menatap Anda sejenak, tersenyum dan ingat Sal, dan tahu dia mengawasi Anda. Sebagai pengganti bunga, keluarga tersebut meminta agar sumbangan tersebut diberikan dalam nama Sals ke Rumah Sakit Anak-anak St. Judes, atau secara lokal kepada Lanjut Usia untuk Liburan, Blooming Grove Town Hall, Attn: Betty Cavalo, PO Box 358, Blooming Grove, NY 10914. Kunjungan akan diadakan pada hari Minggu, 5 Desember, dari jam 5 sampai 8 malam Di Doulin Newburgh Funeral Home, Inc. 318 N. Montgomery St. Newburgh. Misa Pemakaman akan dirayakan pada hari Senin, 6 Desember, pukul 10 pagi di St. Francis Church di Newburgh. Pengaturan berada di bawah arahan Christian D. Garrison Doulin Newburgh Funeral Home, Inc. 845-562-0068. Davis, Earl E. Eddie III dari New Windsor, NY, wiraswasta rumah perawatan kesehatan swasta, beristirahat pada tanggal 3 Januari 2004 di rumah. Dia berusia 57 tahun. Lahir 17 Oktober 1946 di Newburgh, dia adalah putra almarhum David Davis Davis. Korban selamat meliputi ibunya, Josephine Ferguson dari Newburgh, 1 saudara perempuan Louise Sommerfield dari Newburgh, 3 keponakan, 2 keponakan, 1 keponakan grand, 3 keponakan agung, dan satu keponakan besar. Jam penelepon adalah Rabu, 7 Januari dari jam 9-11 pagi di Doulin Newburgh Funeral Home, Inc. 318 North Montgomery Street, Newburgh, NY. Layanan pemakaman akan dimulai pukul 11.00 pagi di rumah duka. Kremasi akan mengikuti upacara pemakaman dan pemakaman di Kalvari Cemetery yang akan berlangsung di kemudian hari. Monsignor John Budwick dari St. Patricks amp Our Lady of the Lake Parishes akan memimpin. Pengaturan di bawah perawatan Doulin Newburgh Funeral Home, Inc. Demming, Barbara J. Stinson - Kelas tahun 1964 Donahue, John P. dari Perrysburg, Ohio, meninggal dengan damai pada tanggal 3 April 2011, di Hospice of Northwest Ohio. Ia lahir pada tanggal 3 November 1946 di Brooklyn, NY, kepada John dan Helen (Farrell) Donahue. John bertugas di Angkatan Udara sebagai kepala kapal pesawat terbang pada pesawat kargo besar. Pada tahun 1969, dia dianugerahi Medali Pelayanan Vietnam dan dipecat dengan hormat pada pangkat Sersan. Dia lulus dari West Chester State College di Pennsylvania dengan gelar BEd. Dalam Sejarah Amerika Ia mengajar dan melatih basket selama 8 tahun. Ia menikahi Kathleen Ryan pada tanggal 1 September 1977. Ia lulus dari University of Toledo Law School pada tahun 1981. Karir hukumnya membentang hampir 30 tahun dan melibatkan pengembangan praktik litigasi yang aktif dan sukses. Dia juga menjabat sebagai asisten Wood County Prosecutor, mengajar Hukum Pidana di Bowling Green State University, bertindak sebagai Akta Pelaksana di Pengadilan Negeri Perrysburg dari tahun 1995-2001, adalah anggota aktif Wood County dan Ohio State Bar Association, dan dia Telah disertifikasi oleh Mahkamah Agung Ohio sebagai ahli di bidang Hukum Banding. Dia menganggap tugas terbesar dan kehormatan tertinggi untuk menjadi wakilnya dari Pastor Gerald Robinson, seorang imam Katolik yang dihukum karena pembunuhan, yang oleh John diyakini benar tidak bersalah. Dia baru-baru ini menyatakan, quotYf Ayah memiliki pengacara percobaan yang kompeten dia akan dibebaskan. Saya sangat menyesali kenyataan bahwa saya tidak akan berada di sini untuk melihat kesalahan yang mengerikan ini dilakukan dengan benar. John adalah penggemar berat NCAA Basketball, dan dia menikmati golf dan perjalanan. Dia senang mempersiapkan siswa SMA untuk Mock Trial sebagai pelatih untuk Explorer Troop 2306. John selamat dari istrinya, putri Kathleen, Alison (George) Kehner dari Haddonfield, NJ dan Sarah Donahue dari Cincinnati, ibu OH, Helen Donahue dari Cornwall, Adik perempuan NY, Eileen (Tim) Zwart dari Salisbury Mills, NY dan saudara laki-laki, Kevin (Kathleen) Donahue dari Cornwall, NY keponakannya, Michael keponakannya, Laura, Meghan dan Emily cucu perempuannya, Kathleen, Samantha dan Madeline dan temannya, James Morton. Dia didahului oleh ayahnya, John Donahue. Keluarga tersebut ingin mengucapkan terima kasih kepada Pusat Onkologi Klinik Toledo, Hospice of Northwest Ohio dan Dr. Steven Bazeley. Teman akan diterima Rabu, 6 April 2011, dari pukul 3-8 P.M. Di Rumah Duka Witzler-Shank, Perrysburg, 222 E. South Boundary Street, Perrysburg, (419-874-3133) Layanan dan penguburan akan bersifat pribadi. Sebagai pengganti bunga, sumbangan peringatan dapat diajukan ke Pengadilan Lapangan Perrysburg dan Penjelajah Pemerintah Pos 2306 atau Hospice of Northwest, OH. Doppelt, Susan Pearlman seorang penduduk lama di daerah tersebut meninggal pada 10 Oktober 2010 di rumah di E. Fishkill NY. Dia berusia 64 tahun. Seorang guru pendidikan khusus untuk Wappinger School District, dia mengajar di Meyers Corners School. Sebelum itu, dia bekerja di Mt. Sekolah pondok yang menyenangkan Lahir 18 Mei 1946 di Albany, NY kepada Harry Doppelt dan Belle Dropkin, Susan dibesarkan di Newburgh dan kemudian mendapatkan gelar BA di Universitas Adelphi dan Magister Pendidikan Khusus dari SUNY New Paltz. Dia menikahi Howard Pearlman pada tahun 1979 di Peekskill. Perhatiannya yang penuh kasih adalah untuk suami dan anak perempuannya. Dia berjuang melawan kanker yang luar biasa dan gagah berani selama 14 tahun terakhir. Dia adalah anggota Kuil Vassar dan dia suka akan mengoleksi pameran. Dia selamat dari suaminya, Howard, dan anak perempuannya, Allison Pearlman, keduanya di rumah sebagai saudara laki-laki, Dr. Gerald Doppelt dan istrinya Sharon dari LaJolla, CA dan seorang keponakan Sasha Doppelt. Pemakamannya akan diadakan pukul 1 siang. Kamis 14 Oktober di Vassar Temple 140 Hooker Ave. Poughkeepsie NY. Pemakaman akan berlangsung di komplek keluarga di Pemakaman Kuil Vassar. Keluarga akan menerima teman dan keluarga di tempat tinggal mereka untuk berbagi kenangan dan cerita tentang Susan. Sumbangan peringatan dapat diajukan ke Stand Up to Cancer, 1801 W. Olympia Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91199-1214 standup2cancer.org dari Miles of Hope Yayasan Kanker Payudara P.O. Box 405 LaGrangeville NY 12540. Dubaldi, Michael J. quotBagelquot Saya ingin menyertakan kepergian sepupu saya Michael Dubaldi yang lulus pada tahun 1964 Diposkan oleh Joe Blazick 102405 Maaf untuk mendengar Mikes lewat.Kami berasal dari kelas yang berbeda tapi saya menghitungnya sebagai a friend in New Windsor Posted by Pauline Rute Hall 52 Michael J. Dubaldi, of Tampa, Fla. owner of Michael J. Dubaldi Inc. and formerly of New Windsor, passed away on Monday, January 21, 2002 in Clearwater, Fla. He was 55. The son of Hugo J. and Louise Quintiliani Dubaldi, he was born November 5, 1946 in Newburgh. He is survived by his son, Jason of Atlanta, Ga. his beloved parents, Hugo and Louise Dubaldi of New Windsor his sister, Kathy and her husband, Harold Blake of Hopewell Junction and one niece, Blake of Hopewell Junction. Relatives and friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, January 25, at the Coloni Funeral Home, Rt. 9w, New Windsor. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday, January 26, at the St. Francis Church, Benkard Ave. Newburgh. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, New Windsor. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Coloni Funeral Home, New Windsor. To sign a family guest book or for the directions to the funeral home please visit colonifuneralhome Durham, Paul quotDukequot - passed away sometime in the 1970s. I had heard he was killed in an auto accident. Flemming, Jon R. It is with great sadness that the family of Jon Richard Flemming announces his passing after a long illness, on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at St. Peters Hospital. Born December 30, 1945 in Newburgh he is the son of late Ralph Buckley Flemming and Elizabeth (Lester) Flemming. Jon recently retired from New York State United Teachers after 35 years of dedicated service in design, computer graphics and photography. Jon will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 27 years, Anne and his children, John Thomas Buckley, Peter Joseph William, Laura Anne and Michael Patrick Richard. Jon was predeceased by his brother, Ralph Thomas Flemming. Relatives and friends may call Sunday 5- 8 p.m. from the Wenk Funeral Home, Chatham. Interment will be in the North Chatham Cemetery. Funeral services in Jons memory will be held Monday 10 a.m. from the St. James R.C. Church in Chatham. Memorials may be made to the Jon R. Flemming Sport Scholarship CO First Niagara Bank, Coleman St. Chatham, N.Y. 12037. For online condolences visitwenkfuneralhome Foti, Theresa Clavio, of New Windsor, entered into rest on May 11, 2015 in St. Lukes Hospital, Newburgh. She was 69. The daughter of the late Joseph Foti and Mary (Lisi) Foti, she was born April 23, 1946 in Newburgh. Theresa was a 1964 graduate of Newburgh Free Academy, and worked as a Bank Teller for Bank of America. She was a loving and caring mother, grandmother, wife and friend who had a zest for life. She will be truly missed. She is survived by her mother, Mary (Lisi) Foti her companion, Phil Masciola her children, Nadine Correa, Dean Clavio and Andrea Clavio of Newburgh her brothers, Dominick Foti and wife Rosemarie of Gardiner, Frank Foti and wife RexAnne of Milton, and Joseph Foti of Newburgh her grandchildren, Jessica, Tyler and Veronica Correa, Raina Canallo, Kevin Babcock, Brianna, Bryan and Christopher Masciola, and Glenn and Adler Bera and nieces and nephews, Vincent and Paul Foti, Greg Ryan, Marcelene Coonan-VanDuzer and Cody VanDuzer. In addition to her father, she was predeceased by nephew, Anthony Coonan, niece Sharon Foti, and son-in-law Everett Correa. Visitation will be held from 5-8 pm on Wednesday, May 13 at Brooks Funeral Home, 481 Gidney Avenue, Newburgh, NY. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 am on Thursday, May 14th at Sacred Heart Church, Newburgh, with burial following in Calvary Cemetery, New Windsor. Franchini, Mary F. quotMerequot of Newburgh, N.Y. a Business Recovery Planner for IBM and lifetime resident of the area, entered into rest Monday, September 16, 2002 in Cornwall Hospital. She was 56. The daughter of the late Carmela (Mille) Antonelli and Ralph Franchini, she was born June 12, 1946 in Newburgh. Mary was a graduate of Newburgh Free Academy, a member of Sacred Heart Church and served as a Eucharist minister as well as teaching religious education. She was also a member of the Newburgh Womens Bowling Hall of Fame. Survivors include her brother, Steve Somogyi, and his wife, Donna his mother Marion, of Newburgh sister, Agnes Rotunda of Newburgh and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. The family will receive their friends from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Thursday, September 19, at the Brooks-DiDonato Funeral Home, 481 Gidney Ave. Newburgh. The Catholic Daughters Court Patricia 195 will meet at 3 p.m. on Thursday. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Friday, September 20 at Sacred Heart Church, Newburgh. Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery, New Windsor. The family requests in lieu of flowers, contributions on Marys behalf go to the charity of your choice. To send a personal condolence or for directions to the funeral home, please visit Brooks-DiDonato. Gleeson, Theresa Ann - Class of 1964 Gordon, Vincent J. - Class of 1964 Green, Sharon M. Klegg, quotMidgetquot of Syracuse, N.Y. a programmer for IBM Fishkill from 1968 to 1984, died Thursday, June 19, 2003 at Providence Hospital, Washington, DC. She was 57. The daughter of the late Ellen Smith and reared by the late James and Marion Green, she was born September 23, 1945 in Goshen. She was a member of St. Patricks Catholic Church, Newburgh. She was the widow of Troy Klegg. Survivors include her son, Alex Williams of Rockville, Md. daughter, Felicity Harris and her husband, Anthony of Washington DC brothers, Joseph Smith of Ohio, Edward Smith of Otisville, Lincoln Smith of Newburgh sisters, Gladys Smith of Newburgh, Crystal Pringle of New Brunswick, N.J. and Luwana Barringer of Offutt AFB, Neb. two grandchildren and other relatives and friends. She was predeceased by her brother, James Smith. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, June 26 in the Chapel of Rhodes Funeral Home, 259 Walsh Ave. New Windsor. Father Budwick at St. Patricks Church, Grand Street, Newburgh will offer a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 a.m. Friday, June 27. Interment will be in the Woodlawn Cemetery, New Windsor. Rhodes Funeral Home, New Windsor entrusted with arrangements. Gross, Alan O. quotOttoquot Alan died in Valdosta, Georgia on July 23, 1986. He was shot in the chest with a 12 gauge shotgun. He was in the process of painting his mothers house when a neighbor walked across the street and shot him in the chest. He died at the scene. Hargraves, James Born July 14, 1946 Died Feb. 9, 2001 in Georgia Harris, Douglas B. quotDougquot died on New Years eve of 1970 at Ft. Hood TX. He was robbed and murdered just prior to going home on holiday leave, but the Army notified his family that he had committed suicide, a fact that was not corrected until years later. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Harris of Newburgh, and was survived by both parents and 4 siblings Hill, Willie Edward Jr. a life long resident of Newburgh, New York, peacefully entered into rest at home surrounded by family on February 19, 2011. He was 66 years old. Willie Hill was born to the late Willie Hill Sr. and Nezzie McNair Hill on January 16, 1945, in Newburgh. Willie was the third of five children. Willie attended Newburgh Free Academy and was a member on Newburgh Free Academy boys basketball team. He was a carpet mechanic and owner of Hills Carpet Installation for the past 35 years. He was a member of the New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Newburgh. Willie was a loving husband for the past 26 years to Harriet R. Hill. Along with wife, Harriet they opened their home to help raise 55 foster children. Survivors include his daughters, Tarsha Smith (Arak) of Charlotte, NC, Syretta Hill of Newburgh, NY, Theresa Johnson of Maryland sons, William Hill and Tyrone Hill of Newburgh, Andre Hill of Middletown and Anthony Hill of of Charlotte, NC one special niece Theresa Burns one brother, Lawremce Hill Sr. (Gaye) James of Clinton, NC. He also leaves to mourn 15 grandchildren four great-grandchildren host of nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. Willie Hill was predeceased by his parents, Willie E Hill Sr. and Nezzie Hill, and sister, Patricia Hill. Visitation will be held from 10-11 a.m. on Thursday, February 24 at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 20 Briggs Way, Newburgh, with Service at 11 a.m. at the church. Reverend Dr. Coleman Briggs officiating. Interment is at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Middle Hope, NY. Arrangements are by Rhodes Funeral Homes, 259 Walsh Ave. New Windsor, NY. Call us anytime at (845)569-1233 Hiten, Richard D. was born on September 17, 1946 and passed away on June 27, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada after a struggle with esophageal cancer. Dick was a 1964 NFA grad who, shortly after graduation, joined the U.S. Marines and nobly served his country during the Vietnam Conflict. In my minds eye I can still see a teenage Dick Hiten with a big smile on his face, waiting for his friends in front of Vern Hardings store on South Street. He had the confidence of Fonzy, and justifiably so. Dick could do just about anything he set his mind to do. He had a brilliant mind and was an outstanding athlete. I still wish I could play baseball like Dick Hiten. He was my lifelong friend Toms older brother, and I idolized him. By all those who loved, respected, and looked up to him, he is sorely missed. Semper Fi, Dick. Youll always be my hero. - Bill Doderer Hoyer, James R. quotJimquot - Class of 1964 Jamieson, William J. quotBillquot, of Walden, died Friday, August 25, 2006 at home. He was 59 years old. The son of the late William F. Jamieson and Winifred Reese, William was born August 27, 1946 in Newburgh. Family Statement reads: quotWilliams companion of 25 years, Doris Lammers who passed away on August 28, 2006 was Williams desire for life.quot Survivors include three sons, William F. Jamieson of Walden, Dennis Pennenga of Walden, and Scott Lammers of Plattekill one daughter, Dawn Pennenga of Walden two granddaughters, Jamie Matthews and Amanda Pennenga of Walden one brother, Donald Jamieson of the state of Florida two sister, Donna Lewis of the state of Florida, and Robin Mazza of North Carolina as well as several nieces and nephews. Memorial services will be held at Quigley Funeral and Cremation Service, 37 Maple Ave. Rock Tavern, NY 12575 on Saturday, September 2, 2006 at 11 a.m. Arrangements by Quigley Funeral and Cremation Service Jesse, Paul William After NFA, Paul attended OCCC and graduated with an associates degree. He joined the Navy and served his country for four years. Later he received his bachelors degree from Florida State University. He was the national sales manager for Blue Diamond Walnut. He lived in Meriden, Connecticut. An aggressive form of melanoma took his life in 1999. He is survived by his wife, Linda, and two daughters. Paul would frequently return to Newburgh to reminisce. He loved his hometown. Johnson, Karen Christine Valdespino, of Newburgh, a former billing clerk for General Slicing in Wallkill and a lifelong area resident, entered into rest on Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at home. She was 67. daughter of Anna C. (Johnson) Stvrtecki and the late Ralph B. Johnson, she was born on April 14, 1946 in Newburgh. She graduated from NFA in 1964. On February 20, 1997 she married Jaime Valdespino in Newburgh, who survives at home. Due to Karen8217s undying love and compassion for animals, she worked for many years with Friends of Animals, the ASPCA and other animal rescue groups. This was her mission in life. Karen was a kind, creative person with a great sense of humor. With deep sorrow in our hearts we pray she8217s 8220In the arms of the Angels.8221 In addition to her husband, Jaime and her Mom, Anna, Karen leaves behind to cherish her memory, her sister, Barbara L. Webb of Lutz, FL and many other loving family and friends. Memorial visitation will be held from 11-12 pm on Saturday, December 14 at Brooks Funeral Home, 481 Gidney Ave. Newburgh, NY. Kaiser, Rabbi Robert A. quotBobquot, San Francisco, Calif. 56, died Dec. 24, 2003 at home in San Francisco. Born in Newburgh, Rabbi Kaiser graduated from Newburgh Free Academy in 1964, John Hopkins University in 1968 and was ordained at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati in 1973. Rabbi Kaiser served congregations in Lincoln, Neb. and Palm Springs, Calif. prior to moving to San Francisco 25 years ago. He served as Jewish Chaplain in San Quentin Prison for 17 years and chairman of the Chaplains Committee of the Board of Rabbis of Northern California and was active in numerous philanthropic organizations. In addition, he was an executive at Bear, Stearns amp Co. in San Francisco for many years. The funeral was held at Temple Beth Jacob in Newburgh on Jan. 2, 2004 at 1 p.m. with interment at Temple Beth Jacob Cemetery in Newbugh. A memorial service will be held at Temple Emanu-El, 2 Lake St. (at the end of Arguello Street) in San Francisco on Mon. Jan 12, 2004 at 10:30 a.m. Telephone (415) 751-2535. Rabbi Kaiser is survived by his mother, Shirley G. Kaiser of Boca Raton, Fla. and brothers, Dr. Richard Kaiser of West Orange, N.J. and Samuel J. Kaiser of Madison, N.J. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Board of Rabbis of Northern California, 121 Steuart St. Suite 301, San Francisco, CA 94105. Funeral arrangements under the care of Doulin Newburgh Funeral Home Inc. Krol, John quotJanekquot Thaddeus - Class of 1964 Losinno, John - Class of 1964 MacDowell, Sharon - Class of 1964 Marvel, Walter III, 69 of New Windsor, entered into rest on Monday, April 6, 2015 from a long illness with his loving family by his side. He was born at Stewart Field on November 15, 1945 to Walter Marvel Jr. and Rose Simanowski Marvel. Walter was a resident of the area all his life. He was a member of IBEW local 631, IBEW local 636 and the International Brotherhood of Electricians. He attended St. Patricks High School and graduated from N.F.A. in 1964. Walter was a quiet man who enjoyed life his way. He will be sadly missed by his loving family. We want to thank all those at Elant at Meadow Hill who made Walters time with them as happy and peaceful as possible. He is survived by his loving family his mother Rose his wife of 42 years, Joan sons: Ian Marvel and wife, Deidra of Florida and Walter Marvel IV of Newburgh and his sister, Lauren Marvel Traver and husband, George of Walker Valley. A Mass will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, April 27th in St. Francis of Assisi in Newburgh, with burial following in Calvary Cemetery. Arrangements under the care of Brooks Funeral Home. To send a personal condolence, please visitBrooksfh 845-561-8300. McCarthy, Diana E. Fracasse, of Newburgh, entered into rest on Thursday, April 6, 2006 at home. She was 59. Daughter of the late Francis and Aldea Cembura McCarthy, she was born October 12, 1946 in Newburgh. She married Alfred J. Fracasse on October 12, 1967 in Newburgh, who survives at home. Diana was a graduate of Newburgh Free Academy. In addition to her loving husband, Alfred, she is survived by her daughter, Tammy S. Fracasse her son, Alfred F. Fracasse her grandchildren, Terrance Peterson, Gennesis and Antonio Fracasse, and Lakeia Parker her great- grandchild, Nevaeh Rosa her sister, Sharon Hager of Newburgh and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her brother, Francis McCarthy. Services will be private and at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are under the direction of Brooks-DiDonato Funeral Service, Inc. To send a personal condolence, please visit Brooks-Donato or call 845-561-8300. McDowell, Gene - Class of 1964 McElroy, Ila I. quotDollyquot Cavanaugh passed away on Tuesday, December 6, 2011 at home. She was 65. Daughter of the late Dobert McElroy and Betty Valenzano McElroy, she was born on March 5, 1946 in Newburgh. In 1967 she married Eugene Cavanaugh in Newburgh, who survives at home. Dolly was a graduate of Newburgh Free Academy, and a member of Crossroads Assembly of God, Newburgh. Dolly loved the Lord, loved her family, and will be dearly missed. In addition her loving husband and mother, she is survived by two sons, Eugene Cavanaugh, Jr. and his wife, Melinda of Newburgh, and Christian Cavanaugh and his wife, Heather of Marlboro two brothers, Bruce McElroy and his wife, Camille, and Rocky McElroy and his wife, Valerie mother-in-law, Frances Cavanaugh of Newburgh sister-in-law, Paula Angelone and her husband, Pat of Denver, CO a grandson, Johnny Cavanaugh of Marlboro several nieces, nephews, cousins, and three dogs: Pooh Bear, Penelope, and Timmy. Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, December 8, 2011 at Brooks Funeral Home, 481 Gidney Ave. Newburgh. A funeral service will take place at 10 a.m. on Friday, December 9, 2011 at Crossroads Assembly of God, Newburgh. Burial will follow in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Newburgh. To send a personal condolence or for directions, please visit BrooksFH or call 845-561-8300. McNamara, Francis V. Frank (Mackie) 65, of Beaufort, SC passed away Thursday, April 12, 2012 in Beaufort Memorial Hospital. The family received friends Tuesday, April 17, 2012 from 12:30 - 1:30 P.M. at Anderson Funeral Home. A burial was held at 2 P.M. at Beaufort National Cemetery with full military honors. He leaves behind his five children Glenn, Emily, Danny, Sean and Dylan, along with their mother Nancy Jones, also surviving are two grand-children, Alexia and Ava and his younger brother James McNamara of Hopewell Junction NY. He was predeceased by his sister Karen Helm if Cincinnati, Ohio. He also leaves behind several nieces and nephews. Macie was born July 4, 1946 in Newburgh, NY to the late Frank V. and Frances J. McNamara of Hopewell Junction, NY. He attended Newburgh Free Academy. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps and fought in the Viet Nam War. For several years he worked for the transportation department of the Wappingers Central School District. His love of cars and motorcycles continued throughout his life. On week-end mornings Mac could be found perched reading the paper at the counter of the 84 Diner in Fishkill NY. Francis McNamara (Mackie) passed away at 3:05 pm this afternoon on 4122012 at the Beaufort Memorial Hospital, in Beaufort, SC. Mackie was in the NFA Class of 1964. After HS he joined the Marines along with 6 other Marines in the buddy system, all from NFA. He later married and had 5 children. Finally settling in Beaufort SC, which is near Parris Island in SC. Mackie was predeceased by his sister Karen McNamara Helm NFA class of 1966 Monaco, Florence D. quotFloquot- I Believe Flo died in 1986 after a long illness Moss, Janet Kinsey - Heres information about my great friend, Janet (Moss) Kinsey. Janet died on December 29, 2005, at age 59, just 29 days after being diagnosed with colon cancer just after Thanksgiving. Janet was born July 18, 1946 in Dobbs Ferry, (I believe). She lived in New Windsor until moving to Georgia around 1975. She is survived by her husband Harvey, stepson Harvey Scott his wife and son, stepdaughter Kim and her son and daughter. Naclerio, James James Naclerlo Jr 31, of 300 Lake Dr died of a heart attack this morning. Born in Newburgh, Feb. 16, 1945. he was the son of James and Matilda Seneca Naclerlo. He was married to Letty Brewer. Employed by Newburgh Molding Co. Naclerlo had his own band quotMidnight Imagequot Survivors include his widow, his parents, one son. James III, a stepson Louis Pignataro, one daughter Angela, three brothers Thomas, George and Michael Naclerio, three sisters Michelina Ball, Veronica Chivattoni and Theresa Naclerio, all of Newburgh. Friends may call Saturday and Sunday at the Coloni Funeral Home. Mass will be Monday in Sacred Heart Church. - Born Feb. 16, 1945 Died April 1976 Orphal, Karen S. Hennebeul, passed away on October 30th, 2010 in her 64th year, formerly of Northport, NY, born in Newburgh, NY, October 26, 1946, passed away after a long amp courageous battle with Huntington Disease. Active in the United State Power Squadron for over 25 years. Enjoyed helping out in Girl Scouts and the quotNauxquot. Beloved wife of the late Gerard E. Hennebeul (died 25 June 2010). Loving mother of Pamela S. Hennebeul and Charles G. Hennebeul. Fond sister of Alan Orphal. Devoted cousin of Janice Winkler and Mary Ann Loehr. Reposing Nolan amp Taylor-Howe Funeral Home, 5 Laurel Ave. Northport Tuesday amp Wednesday 7PM to 9PM (only). Funeral Mass Thursday 10AM St. Philip Neri Church, Northport. Interment Parish Cemetery Orsino, Gordon R. 67, of Clermont, NY, passed away on Monday, October 5, 2014 at the Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, NY. Born on October 12, 1946, in Newburgh, NY, he was the son of the late Dominic and Margaret (Hollenbeck) Orsino. For many years, Gordon worked at Acura of Westchester in Larchmont, NY, as their business development coordinator. Gordon married Theresa Muscarella on 2000 in Mamaroneck, NY and Theresa survives at home in Clermont, NY. In addition to his loving wife, Gordon is survived by his daughter Gia Orsino of Clermont, NY, along with several nieces, nephews and extended family. He was predeceased by two brothers Dominic and Edward Orsino. Friends may call at the Burnett amp White Funeral Homes on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 from 3 to 7 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. on Thursday, October 9th, 2014 at St. Christophers Church, 7411 S. Broadway, Red Hook, NY. Interment will be at St. Pauls Lutheran Cemetery, Red Hook. Memorial donations may be made in Gordons memory to the Catholic Charities USA, P.O. Box 17066, Baltimore, MD 21297-1066. Arrangements are under the direction of Burnett amp White Funeral Homes 7461 S. Broadway, Red Hook, NY. For directions, or to sign the online guest book, please visit Burnett-White Owens, Peter Ted - Class of 1964 died Sunday, 92511 Ted lived in Florida with his wife Linda. Additional info will be posted as we receive it.. Paglialunga, Vincent quotDannyquot Newburgh, N.Y. a retired corrections officer for Camp Beacon in Fishkill and a former police officer for Newburgh, entered into rest Monday, October 7, 2002 in St.Lukes Hospital, Newburgh. He was 57. The son of the late Vincenzo and Helen Terenzi Paglialunga, he was born March 22, 1945 in Newburgh. Mr. Paglialunga was a graduate of Newburgh Free Academy a parishioner of Sacred Heart Church and member of Bethlehem Rod amp Gun Club. A family statement reads, quotWe love you and you will be missed. You are happily reunited with your family in the Kingdom of Heaven. Released from your suffering, you are safe in the arms of our Heavenly Father.quot Survivors include his wife, Wanda DeLaire Paglialunga at home daughter, Elizabeth Bruno of Newburgh son, Vincent Paglialunga Jr. of Newburgh two brothers, Patrick and Richard of Newburgh two sisters, Diane and Mary both of Newburgh five grandchildren, Nina, Maxine and Luis Bruno Jr. and Michael and Vincent Paglialunga III four stepgrandchildren, Joshua and Rene Pena, Christian Medina and Dennis Castro and several nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, October 11, at the Brooks-DiDonato Funeral Home, 481 Gidney Ave. Newburgh. A funeral service will be offered 8 p.m. Friday evening at the funeral home. A Memorial Mass for Mr. Paglialunga will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, October 12 at Sacred Heart Church, Newburgh. Cremation will be in the Cedar Hill Crematory. To send a personal condolence or for directions to the funeral home, please visit Brooks-DiDonato Peterkin, Thomas Douglas quotTomquot 1964 graduate of NFA. Tom went into the Army after graduating and was killed in Tay Ninh, South Vietnam. He was a SP4. Tom was born 31746 and killed 32167 shortly after his 21st birthday. The above is a picture of Tom at NFA, SJHS. Gardnertown 3rd grade..He was one year ahead of me. Every year on Memorial day my wife and I visit the WALL. One of several guys we visit is Tom. We leave a small laminated note at the WALL every year. There was an old song that always reminded me of him. In the song 20 years ago is now 40 years ago but it still reminds me. I put this together. The one part always reminded me of Tom CLICK HERE Posted by Bill Way 81104 Tom Peterkin was drafted the same time I was, December 1965, and died in April 1967 from enemy fire. I read of his death while I also was in Vietnam. Tom will never be forgotten while his brother vets still walk this earth. Rasmussen, Susan DiStefano - Class of 1964 Posted by Class of 1964 Rhoades, Cheryl E. - Information received that Cheryl died in a car accident while visiting relatives in Michigan Riewe, John quotNelsonquot quotBuddaquot, a clinical psychologist at Brook Army Medical Center, Houston, Texas while in the military, and 58-year area resident, entered into rest on Sat. April 8, 2006 at home. He was 60. The son of the late Herman John and Rita Marie Dexter Riewe, he was born Nov. 30, 1945 in Milwaukee, Wisc. John married Ida Beck on Feb. 14, 1998 at Trinity United Methodist Church, Town of Newburgh. He was in the Bowling League at Pat Tarsio Lanes for 30 years and the American Legion Post 1796, New Windsor for 29 years. Survivors include his loving wife at home two daughters, Garilyn Emig and husband Robert of the Town of Newburgh, Sherilyn Jones and husband Jeffrey of Pine Bush one sister, Vickie Nelson of Texas one brother, Jeff Riewe of Arizona grandchildren, Dianna, Carly, Jeffrey Jones, Ross and Ryan Emig two nieces several great-nieces. He was raised by his maternal grandparents, Leon and Edis Dexter in the Town of Newburgh. They both predeceased John. A Memorial Service for family and friends will be celebrated on Sat. April 15 in the Chapel at the Mausoleum at Cedar Hill Cemetery at 10 a.m. Pastor Charles Gockel of Trinity United Methodist Church, Town of Newburgh will officiate. Cremation will be private and at the convenience of the family. John idolized and gathered various stray animals. He especially loved his adopted cat Tommy who predeceased him last year. Now they are together again. In lieu of flowers, donations made to the Newburgh Animal Shelter, attention: Cheryl Cunningham, 645 Gidney Ave. Newburgh, NY 12550 would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to Engel Funeral Home, Inc. 5319 Route 9W (Middlehope), Newburgh. To send a note of condolence or for directions, please visit us at engelfuneralhome Posted by Jeffrey Riewe John is my brother. We have the same father, Herman Riewe and different mothers. My father had mentioned back in my childhood that I had 2 other brothers from a different mother. I found John through a search and he came to Barstow, CA, stayed and visited with my wife and me. John and I got to know one another and quickly realized how much we had in common. I kept in contact with John after our initial visit. When I could not contact John by phone or e-mail, I started to find out something had happened and why we had lost contact. Finally I found this page and found the answer. In the description of family it says he has a brother Jeff in Arizona, That is probably me. Jeffrey Theodore Riewe, Barstow, California. If anyone knows the circumstances surrounding his death, information would be appreciated. We both had a love of animals, both looked like our dad, stood like our dad, and it was nice to find that we in many ways were so much alike. Rubinberg, Bruce 17, of 195 First St. Newburgh NY died inJune of 1963. Funeral services were held for Bruce, who was killed in a car accident on Rt. 9W near West Point. The youth, a junior at Newburgh Free Academy, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rubinberg. Bruce was a junior varsity swimmer at Newburgh Free Academy and customarily a good natured student. When he came to pick up his report card, he seemed to be in a good mood, according to a school spokesman and said that Bruces extra curricular record showed that he had been a member of a travel club. Bruces father operates a hardware store in Newburgh, while Mrs Rubinberg is the owner of Esthers Beauty Shop. Bruce was born in Newburgh on July 11, 1947. Besides his parents, Sam and Esther Feldman Rubinberg, he is survived by his brother David and grandmother Mrs. Mary Rubinberg. Funeral services were conducted by Rabbi Isaac Freeman and burial took place in Agudas Achim Cemetery. 33136. Scheer, David - Class of 1964 Posted by Class of 1964 Schwarze, Nicolina A. quotNikkiquot Died very early on after HS Scott, Foster Joseph Jr. quotJoequot, a longtime resident of the area, passed away on Sunday, February 3, 2013 at his home on Key Biscayne. He was 66. The son of Foster Joseph Scott, Sr. and Bertha Stabler Scott, he was born on October 4, 1946 in Newburgh, NY. Joe was a Distinguished Vietnam War Veteran who served in the United States Air Force. A well-respected businessman, he started his professional career with the Babcock Company. Joe rose through the ranks of GDG to become the CEO. In 1992 Joe established The Foster Company of South Florida, Inc. which has become one of the leading property management companies in the area. Joe, a member of St. Christophers By-the-Sea, served on the Vestry and as Jr. Warden. He was also a Rotarian and a member of Riviera Country Club, the Key Biscayne Yacht Club and Key Biscayne Beach Club. Joe was a beloved husband, father, brother, grandfather and uncle. He is survived by his wife, Karen Ann Scott son, Derek and his wife, Renae of Wallkill, NY daughter, Kelly Chuechunklin and her husband, Bryan of Miami his four grandchildren: Jaden, Paityn, Lexi and Mason his sister, Debbie DeAgostine and her husband, Denny of Wallkill, NY, and many heartbroken nieces, nephews, cousins and friends companion of Bunker, Divot and Birdie. Services will be held on Friday, February 8th, at 3 p.m. at St. Christophers By-the-Sea Episcopal Church, 95 Harbor Dr. Key Biscayne, FL 33149. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations made to one of the following organizations: Wounded Warrior Project, wwphighcap.org In Memory of Foster Joseph Scott, Jr. 560 N. Mashta Dr. Key Biscayne, FL 33149 or University of Miami, ISCI (Stem Cell Research), 1501 NW 10th Ave. 909, Miami, FL 33136. Shrader, Linda Miller of Newburgh and Manhattan, died suddenly Monday, Jan. 3, 2000, in Manhattan. She was 53. The daughter of Jean Miller Shrader and the late William N. Shrader, she was born March 11, 1946, in Newburgh. She graduated from Newburgh Free Academy in 1964, then attended Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pa. graduating in 1968. She also spend time in Washington, D.C. working with Senator Bentsen. She then returned to her career in Manhattan as a Pension Investment Manager for Alliance Capitol. An avid volunteer, she was a tireless worker for the Junior League in Manhattan. She also attended the Brick Church of Manhattan. Survivors include her mother, Jean Shrader of Newburgh one aunt an uncle and several cousins. There will be no public visitation. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 7, at Union Presbyterian Church, corner of Beech Street and Balmville Road. Pastor Kathi Jones will officiate. Burial will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to the charity of ones choice. Arrangements are under the direction of White amp Venuto Funeral Home, 188 N. Plank Rd. Newburgh. Sloan, Patricia S. quotPatquot was killed in an auto accident in the mid to later 60s. Stanton, Roger W. Sr. - Class of 1964 Staples, Myron Dunbar was the 6th of 13 children born to the late Reverend Vernon and Gladys Rhoden Staples. Although he was born in Beloit, WI on April 23, 1945, he grew up in Newburgh, NY. A graduate of Newburgh Free Academy, he had dreams of becoming a lawyer. Instead, he went to work (after the death of his father) to support his mother and siblings. He moved to Miami, FL in the early 1970s. He was a truck driver (semi-tractor trailers) for Burdines Department Store. On May 24, 1980 Dunbar married Margaret Singleton Staples. They were blessed with a daughter, Tameika Monet Staples. He was blessed with another daughter, Devin Lashay Staples (Vickie Oliver) and a granddaughter, Ariyanna Victoria Mathes. He was a great photographer and enjoyed taking photos of family events and weddings. He loved watching NFL and basketball games, the History Channel, political talk shows and listening to jazz music. The Lord called him to rest on September 14, 2013. Fond memories will always be remembered by his wife and children his siblings: Herbert Staples (Miami), Calvin Staples (Newburgh), Curtis Staples (Ft. Myers, FL), Kenneth Staples (Portland, OR), Ralph Staples (Newburgh), Debra Ann Staples (Newburgh), Sharon Staples (Miami) a host of nieces, nephews and other family members and friend. HomeGoing Celebration is 11 a.m. Saturday, September 21st at Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, 11591 SW 220 Street, Goulds, FL 33170. Arrangements entrusted to Jays Funeral Home, 17420 Homestead Ave. Perrine, FL 33157 Local arrangements by Rhodes Funeral Homes, 259 Walsh Ave. New Windsor, NY 12553. Call us any time at 569-1233. Stepski, Leo Joseph Margaretville, N.Y died August 11, 2005 at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla. He was 60. The son of Leo E. Stepski and Catherine Berard Stepski, he was born August 4, 1945 in Cornwall. Leo was an auto parts clerk in Newburgh and Arkville, and most recently a shuttle bus driver for Belleayre Mountain Ski Center. He was a member of the Arkville Fire Department. Leo had a great sense of humor and enjoyed people. He played on a softball league in Newburgh and on the Delaware and Ulster Horseshoe League. He was an active supporter of girls athletics at M.C.S. Survivors include his daughter, Katherine Marie Stepski of Arkville former wife and friend, Liz McDaniels of Arkville two sisters Katherine quotToniequot McCauley of Branford, Conn. Ina and husband Hank Hamblin of Marlboro several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by one sister, Frances Smith of Newburgh. Calling hours will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, August 15 at Hynes Funeral Home, Margaretville. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, August 16 at the funeral home with the Rev. Joon Woo Lee officiating. Burial will follow in Margaretville Cemetery. In memory of Leo Stepski, contributions may be made to the Margaretville Central School Booster Club. Arrangements by Hynes Funeral Home. Stewart, Nellie Ruth - On this day, we honor the life of Ms. Nellie Ruth Stewart, born November 29, 1946 in Roxboro, North Carolina. She was the daughter of the late Anderson and Helen Stewart. Nellie moved from Roxboro, North Carolina in 1957 to Newburgh, New York. She attended Newburgh Free Academy, in Newburgh, New York and she worked at the Regal Bag Company in Newburgh, New York for several years. Nellie was also a homemaker and spent her spare time at the Elant Day Program. Nellie entered into rest on Tuesday, January 21, 2014, at the Kent Nursing Home, in Kent, Connecticut. She was effectively known by her captivating, genuine, infectious smile and carried the nickname quotBoo.quot She was one of the founding members of the Empowerment Temple International Ministry under the leadership of Apostle Almetra Murdock. Nellie enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, she loved to cook and sing. One of her favorite songs was, quotJesus is on the Main Linequot. Boos favorite pastime was to chew Bubble Yum Bubble Gum. She leaves to cherish her memories: three sons, David and Darryl Stewart, Charles Burks three daughters, Lisa and Sharon Williams, Pinky Stewart 29 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren five brothers, Richard Oliver of Newark, NJ, Lewis Stewart of Cincinnati, OH, Doug Stewart of Chadbourn, NC, Henry Stewart of Rockland County, NY, and Nathaniel Stewart of Spring Valley, NY. She also had a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, family and friends. Two sisters and a brother predeceased her: Mary and Rose Stewart, and Anderson Stewart. Nellie Ruth will lay in repose 11 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday, February 1, at First United Methodist Church, 245 Liberty Street Newburgh, NY. Services noon at the church. Pastor Murdock of Empowerment Temple officiating. Cremation at the convenience of the family. Professional services entrusted to Rhodes Funeral Homes, 259 Walsh Avenue, New Windsor, NY 12553 Taylor, Arthur Z. Jr. quotArtiequot quotGovquot 35. of 127 Benkard Ave, Newburgh, NY died Monday 1101982 in St. Lukes Hospital. He was born in Newburgh NY. Dec. 8, 1946. son of Arthur Z. and Agnes Kovarovic Taylor Sr. He was married to Christine DiEduardo. A lifelong area resident, Taylor was a bartender at OMaras Tavern, New Windsor, a member of St. Francis Church and the Quassaick Fire Department. Survivors include his widow his parents of New Windsor and daughter, Mince Lynn Taylor of New Windsor. and one sister, Mrs. Walter (Arlene) Ryan of New Windsor. Friends may call today at Toohey Bros. Funeral Chapel Mass will be Thursday In St. Francis Church. Posted by Christine Martini I was married to Arthur Taylor, My name is Christine DiEduardo. Artie passed away on 1101982. He had one daughter Aimee Taylor Titanic, Harold - of Plattekill, NY entered into rest January 12, 2013 at home. He was 68. He was born October 30, 1944 in New Windsor, NY, the son of the late John and Margaret McGuigan Titanic. He served in the U.S. Army from 1964-1966. Survivors include one brother, Robert Titanic of Wallkill several nieces and nephews. A Funeral Service will be held Monday, February 11th at 9:30 a.m. at St. Josephs Church in Middletown. Burial will be private in Calvary Cemetery. Arrangements are under the care of Christian D. Garrison of the Doulin Newburgh Funeral Home, Inc. 845-562-0068. Townsend, Paula Shay - Class of 1964 Troy, Roger 64, of Middletown, N.Y. passed unexpectedly January 9, 2010. Roger was born in Buckinghamshire, England December 16, 1945. He spent the majority of his childhood residing in Newburgh, N.Y. In 1964, Roger graduated from Newburgh Free Academy. Upon graduation, he enlisted in the armed forces where he proudly served his country. Roger was honorably discharged from the Air National Guard of Idaho and the Reserve of the United States Air Force May of 1972. He then pursued a career in HVAC maintenance until his retirement in 2006. Roger found a profound pleasure in lifes simple pleasures. He was not a man of material things. He was an avid outdoorsman and so loved the solitude and peacefulness of nature itself. He had a passion for any and all types of outdoor recreation. Hiking, rafting, and camping were amongst his favorites. Roger was preceded in death by his mother Celia Troy and sister Cynthia Troy. He is survived by his father Norman Troy his sister Norma Troy his brother Paul Troy and wife Joan, as well as many nieces and nephews. Roger also leaves behind three daughters Rogina Troy, Amber Gusewelle and husband LCDR Timothy Gusewelle and Stephanie Troy who will always cherish his memories. He is also survived by grandchildren Braden Troy Wilson, Wyatt Gusewelle, Sydney Gusewelle, and Joshua Gusewelle. Additionally, Roger is survived by stepdaughter Tammy Biagi and husband Tim Biagi and their children, as well as Trisha White and her children. Rogers daughters wish to express heartfelt gratitude for the love expressed both in life and death by his two lifelong friends Pete and Carol Broker of Middletown, N.Y. A private family viewing was held January 15. A celebration of Rogers life will take place at the Orange County Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Goshen, N.Y. August 2010. A portion of his ashes will be buried in the cemetery, while the remainder will be spread across the Boise foothills he so often hiked. Turner, Timothy Robert R. quotTimquot - Austin, Texas 56, died Saturday May 24, 2003 of cancer in Austin, Texas, where he had lived for the past three decades. Tim was an avid golfer, runner and fan of most sports, especially baseball, which he played in high school and college. He was know for his lightning-quick wit and non-stop sense of humor, constantly in evidence to the delight and entertainment of all who knew him. Tim will be remembered as a person who always met the world with a smile and a joe. The son of Julia and Stanley Turner Jr. Tim was born December 19, 1946 in Ngh, N.Y. Tim graduated from Newburgh Free Academy and earned a Bachelors Degree at the State University of New York in Cortland University in Austin. He served as a Navigator and Weapons Systems Officer in the United States Air Force in North Dakota, Thailand and Texas and in the Air Force Reserves when he settled in Austin. In addition to Reserves duty flying F-4 Phantoms, Tim worked was a real estate appraiser and taught mathematics at Park College in Austin. He retired from the Air Force Reserve as a Lieutenant Colonel. Tim is survived by his mother, Julia Turner of Newburgh wife, Martha Wilson Turner, DDS of Austin and beloved stepson, Rud Nast of Austin, as well as aunts, Edith Turner of Newburgh, Clara Turner of Newburgh and Kathleen Krumenauer of Hendersonville, N.C. in addition to several cousins, nieces, nephews, and Shadow the family dog. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at the Church of Saint Mary, 180 South St. in Newburgh at 10:30 a.m. on the 3rd of June. In Austin, a memorial celebration of Tims life will be held in July. In lieu of flowers, Jennifer Hall (512-656-0429) is accepting contributions to erect a memorial bench in Tims name on the Town Lake Hike and Bike Trail in Austin, his favorite running trail. Alternatively, contributions can be made to the organization Rails to Trials, or to the reconstruction fund of the Church of St. Mary. Local arrangements by the Brooks-DiDonato Funeral Home. VanDuzer, Rosemary of the Town of Newburgh, N.Y. a longtime area resident, died Sunday, August 5, 2001, in St. Lukes Hospital, Newburgh. She was 55. The daughter of Meta W. Holub and the late Earle C. VanDuzer, she was born April 8, 1946, in New York, N.Y. She was a graduate of Orange County Community College and Mt. St. Mary College in Newburgh. Survivors include her mother, Meta W. Holub, with whom she resided, at home one sister, Patricia Vogan of Derby, N.Y. and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her father, Earle C. VanDuzer. Visiting will be from 10 to 11 a.m. today, Tuesday, August 7, at the Perrott-Berardinelli Home For Funerals Inc. One Grand Avenue, Newburgh, where services will be held at 11 a.m. with Rev. Frank Wilhelm officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, New Windsor. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to Town of Newburgh Volunteer Ambulance Corps or Hospice of Orange in the Hudson Valley. Arrangements by Perrott-Berardinelli Home for Funerals, Newburgh. Vradenburgh, Robert - Born July 29, 1946 Died Oct 4, 1987 in Newburgh Wheeler, Louisea McNeill Born July 18, 1945 Died July 8, 1992 in Newburgh Woodhull, Thomas C. - Class of 1964 Zambito, Francis E. quotFrankquot 62, of Highland, NY, passed away Friday, October 10, 2008, after a long battle with cancer surrounded by his loved ones at his home. Born in Orlando, FL, he was the son of the late Dr. Salvatore and Elizabeth (Gaffney) Zambito. He was retired from IBM, Poughkeepsie, after 20 years of service. Mr. Zambito was a member of the Town of Lloyd Rod amp Gun Club, he was an artist and avid fisherman. Survivors include his wife, Sandy Fanizzi Zambito daughter, Gina Marie Zambito and boyfriend, Jon Grote of Highland son, Steven and wife, Kristin Zambito of Ulster Park brother, S. Stephen Zambito and wife, Barbara of Marlboro and Michael J. And wife, Janna Zambito of Bloomingburg grandchildren, Tyler and Dylan Zambito. He was predeceased by two sons, Frankie Zambito and Baby Anthony brother, William Zambito, and sister, Mary Jane Zambito McGinness. Friends may call today, Sunday, October 12, from 4-8 p.m. At The DiDonato Funeral Service, Inc. 1290 Route 9W, Marlboro, NY. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, October 13, at 10 a.m. At St. Marys Church, Route 9W, Marlboro, with Father Edward Bader officiating. Burial will take place at St. Marys Cemetery, Lattintown Rd. Marlboro, NY. Posted by Janelle Cleary Stony. He was a classy guy, and a wonderful person. 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The Center for Railroad Photography amp Art has become America8217s foremost organization for interpreting the intersection of railroad art and culture with America8217s history and culture. We have achieved that status through successful publications (especially our journal, Railroad Heritage ), exhibitions, conferences, and an online web portal (railroadheritage.org ) that features the best of railroad photography and art coupled with descriptive summaries that enhance understanding of railroad history, technology, and artistry. The portal8217s 8220railroad history in a nutshell8221 gives a broad overview, in 30 pictures or less, with capsule discussions. We intend to continue to be the leader in the Railroad Heritage community8217s visual world through our exhibitions, publications, conferences, and railroadheritage.org and we intend to continue informing the railroad community and the public that railroads changed the world. The Center, founded in 1997, works with photographers, writers, and historians across the country to achieve its goals, although its home is in Madison, Wisconsin. Since we do not maintain a museum space but collaborate with other institutions, we use the majority of our resources for creative programs, not for maintenance and salaries. Our railroadheritage.org program collaborates with photographers, writers, historians, and other institutions. They help find and describe images for the site, and assist as well in providing material for our journal and exhibitions. Railroadheritage.org went online in September 2007. The types of images on the site range from the familiar and the grand to the unfamiliar and the humble8211always of good quality and painstakingly described. The Lake Forest (Illinois) College library8217s special collections department continues as a strong partner. Since the beginning, the Center8217s goal has been to offer high quality public programs associated with photography and art works in all media. Our mission was stated in Railroad Heritage No. 1, 2000: 8220Through the preservation and presentation of art and photography, the Center offers a new and unprecedented view of the railroad8217s influence on American culture.8221 Our journal, Railroad Heritage , provides a written record of historic and contemporary work in railroad photography and art. The two latest issues have broken new ground. No. 17 is about women in railroading with Shirley Burman as guest editor. No. 18, 8220Railroading Journeys,8221 is a retrospective devoted to the life and times of Lucius Beebe and Charles Clegg, whose books changed the way Americans think about8211and look at8211railroads and railroading. Our next issue will focus on the photographic accomplishments of famed railroad artist Ted Rose, known mostly for his astonishing watercolors but an excellent photographer as a youth and young man. Our first exhibition, 8220Railroads and Photography: 150 Years of Great Images,8221 opened in 1999 at Railfair at the California State Railroad Museum. The exhibition since has traveled to Altoona, Pennsylvania Madison, Wisconsin Lake Forest, Illinois Champaign, Illinois St. Louis, Missouri Carson City and Ely, Nevada and Kennesaw, Georgia. In 2006, a productive year overall, the Center expanded its exhibitions program. We presented 8220Railroads and the American Landscape: Ted Rose Paintings and Photographs,8221 at Marquette University, Milwaukee, and the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento. 8220The Last Steam Railroad in America: Railroad Photographs of O. Winston Link8221 in collaboration with Thomas H. Garver at the Southeast Missouri Regional Museum, Cape Girardeau. The Ted Rose exhibition reopens May 17, 2008, at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg. Other 2008 exhibitions have included 8220Locomotion and the Good Life: The Railroad Photography of O. Winston Link8221 at the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento and 8220It8217s Work: 150 Years of Railroad Workers at Work8221 at the Carnegie Arts Center in Alliance, Nebraska. Our annual conference, 8220Conversations about Photography,8221 and awards program, both established in 2003, set the pace for national discussion about contemporary railroad photography and encouragement of young photographers to become a part of the community. Lake Forest College8217s archives and special collections department acts as a co-sponsor and hosts the conference. In 2006, conferences in Milwaukee and College Station, Texas, celebrated the centennial of the diesel locomotive and provided insights about its visual impact on the landscape of railroading. Our national reach expanded in 2003 with 8220Representations of Railroad Work, Past and Present,8221 a three-year program with major support from the North American Railway Foundation. The Center created seven photography exhibits that have been displayed on the east and west coasts and at eleven locations in between. Venues included Grand Central Terminal in New York City and the Wisconsin State Capitol in Madison. It8217s Work, a summary report, features memorable photographs from these exhibits. We have explored visually the story of the people who built the railroads, rail by rail, sometimes using their own words. As these exhibitions continue to tour and as other individuals and institutions pick up the story, long-term impacts multiply. Thousands of people across the country have seen our exhibits8217 provocative images and have learned from their informative captions about railroads, workers, and photography8211and the impacts of all three. This web site, railphoto-art.org, vigorously supports all of the Center8217s programs, and makes significant contributions to the visual record of railroading through its galleries and expanding presence. Our next years promise to make an even greater impression on the visual heritage of railroading, carrying the story of railroads8217 importance and heritage to ever-widening audiences in the age of digital expansion. The Center, incorporated in 1997 as a nonprofit Wisconsin organization, has received 501(c)3 status from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. The Donnelley and Lee Library at Lake Forest (Illinois) College serves as the Center8217s archive. The Center8217s quarterly journal, Railroad Heritage . is mailed to donors of 50 or more a year. Send gifts to 313 Price Place, Suite 13, Madison, WI 53705-3262 8220Historic Photos Enter Digital Age,8221 Trains magazine, February 2008, page 66. 8220Center Launches Internet Archive8211railroadheritage.org,8221 Railway amp Locomotive Historical Society Newsletter, Fall 2007, pages 22-24. CTC Board Railroads Illustrated featured the exhibit, 8220Still a World Apart: Visual Profiles of Contemporary Railroaders,8221 in its September 2005 issue. The Chicago Tribune covered the Center in 8220Double Exposure, Photo Collection Captures the Growth of Railroads and Film,8221 an article which appeared in the transportation section Sunday, September 15, 2002. In Chicago editions, the article appeared on pages 1 and 5 of section 12. 8220Back On Track8221 in Lake Forest College8217s Spectrum Magazine (Spring 2006, pages 14-15) reports that 8220Railfan Sayre Kos 821707 transfers to Lake Forest College after attending a railroad photography conference on campus.8221 Duluth amp Northeastern steam locomotive at Cloquet, Minnesota. Made in 1962 by John Gruber, Center cofounder, the photograph has served as a symbol for the Center. Directors and Officers The Board of Directors for the Center for Railroad Photography amp Art at the offices of Kalmbach Publishing Company in Waukesha, Wisconsin, during the board8217s annual meeting in 2015. From left to right: Scott Lothes, Kevin Keefe, Michael Schmidt, Norm Carlson, Michael Valentine, Richard Tower, John Gruber, Nona Hill, Al Louer, Bon French, Jeff Brouws, and David Kahler. Not pictured: Roger Grant and Peter Mosse. T. Bondurant French, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, Chairman Bon French is the Executive Chairman of Adams Street Partners, one of the largest and oldest managers of private equity investment in the world. Begun in 1972, Adams Street has offices in Chicago, New York, Menlo Park, London, Singapore, Beijing, and Tokyo. Bon is a Trustee of Northwestern University and chairman emeritus of the Chicago History Museum. He is a member of the CFA Institute and a former director of the National Venture Capital Association. A life long rail enthusiast and photographer, Bon has photographed over 650 railroads and shortlines, principally in the United States and Canada. Bon worked as a brakeman for the Soo Line Railroad during the summers while earning an MBA from Kellogg Graduate School of Management. Jeff Brouws, Stanfordville, New York Jeff Brouws, born in San Francisco in 1955, has pursued photography since age 13. Over the ensuing 40 years, Brouws has compiled a visual survey of America8217s cultural landscape. Besides being instrumental in helping organize our yearly conference, Brouws brings knowledge of 20th century photography and a broad background in publishinghis seven books include monographs on the works of Richard Steinheimer and Jim Shaughnessy, as well as Approaching Nowhere (2006), a compilation of his own imagery of America8217s evolving suburban and urban landscapes. His photographs can be found in numerous collections such as the Whitney Museum of American Art, the San Francisco Museum of Art, and Harvard8217s Fogg Museum. Norman Carlson, Lake Forest, Illinois Norm Carlson spent 34 years with Arthur Andersen, the last ten as the worldwide managing partner of the transportation industry practice he began his second career as an independent consultant following his first retirement in 2000. Among his assignments was being chairman of the board of RailWorks and being a railroad trustee on two occasions during the regulatory review period. He is president of the Shore Line Interurban Historical Society and managing editor of its publication First amp Fastest moderator of the Sandhouse Group, the monthly railroad discussion group of the Transportation Center at Northwestern University and past president of the East Troy Railroad Museum. He has number of publication credits and his photographic work has been published. Norm served in the First Infantry Division in Vietnam and was awarded the Bronze Star for meritorious service. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois. H. Roger Grant, Clemson, South Carolina H. Roger Grant, Kathryn and Calhoun Lemon Professor of History at Clemson University, is an active writer of railroad history. Included in his publications are company histories of the Chicago amp North Western, Chicago Great Western, Erie Lackawanna, Georgia amp Florida, and Wabash railroads. Some of Grants recent books are Visionary Railroader: Jervis Langdon, Jr. and the Transportation Revolution (Indiana, 2008), Twilight Rails: The Final Era of Railroad Building in the Midwest (Minnesota, 2010), Railroads and the America People (Indiana, 2012), and The Louisville, Cincinnati amp Charleston Rail Road: Dreams of Linking North and South (Indiana, 2014). He is a native of Albia, Iowa, and taught at the University of Akron for 26 years before he joined the History Department at Clemson. Grant has had a lifelong interest in railroads, sparked in part by the trains of the Burlington, the Minneapolis amp St. Louis, and the Wabash that served his hometown. John Gruber, Madison, Wisconsin, Founder and Past President John Gruber is founder of the Center for Railroad Photography amp Art and previously served as president and editor of its journal, Railroad Heritage . He has been a free-lance railroad photographer since 1960, and he received awards from the Railway 038 Locomotive Historical Society in 1994 for lifetime achievement in photography and in 2009 for an article, 8220Railroading Journeys,8221 about the life, times, and photography of Lucius Beebe and Charles Clegg. He is contributing editor to Classic Trains . author of Classic Steam (2009), and co-author of Caboose (2001), Travel by Train, the American Railroad Poster (2002), Railway Photography (2003), and Milwaukee Road8217s Hiawathas (2006). He edited Vintage Rails magazine from 1995 to 1999. Nona Hill, Madison, Wisconsin, Treasurer Nona Hill has been a rail enthusiast her entire life, having grown up next to the Milwaukee-Watertown-Madison line in Wisconsin. She and Clark Johnson, her husband, operate High Iron Travel, operator of the Caritas, the most widely traveled private car in America. Clark is on the board of directors of Iowa Pacific Holdings, which operates several short lines in the west, and the American Association of Private Railroad Car Owners. He is a former science adviser to the science committee of the U.S. House of Representatives. Nona is treasurer of Pro-Rail, a Madison-based passenger advocacy group, and vice-president of WISARP, the Wisconsin chapter of the National Association of Railroad Passengers. David Kahler, Pittsboro, North Carolina, Vice President David Kahler has practiced architecture for more than 30 years and has been recognized by his peers as a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. After serving as the president of Kahler Slater Architects, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for nearly three decades, Mr. Kahler founded DK Consulting in 2001 and serves as president and design adviser. Many projects for which he has been the design principal have won awards, including the Milwaukee Art Museum, Wisconsin State Capitol Restoration, the Haggerty Museum of Art at Marquette University, and the Pettit National Ice Center. The Milwaukee Landmark Lighting project received a national urban design award from the American Institute of Architects. Kevin P. Keefe, Waukesha, Wisconsin Kevin P. Keefe was born in Chicago in 1951 and graduated from Michigan State University8217s School of Journalism in 1973. At MSU, he was a key figure in the effort to restore Pere Marquette steam locomotive 1225. He has worked for daily newspapers in Michigan and Wisconsin, and as an associate editor and editor-in-chief (1992-2000) of Trains. He became associate publisher in 2000, and, since 2005 he has been vice-president-editorial and publisher for Trains8217 parent, Kalmbach Publishing Co. Waukesha, Wisconsin. Albert O. Louer, Williamsburg, Virginia A native of Highland Park, Illinois, the Chicago amp North Western nurtured Louer8217s interest in transportation and railroads. He was graduated from Lake Forest Academy and the College of William and Mary with a concentration in history. He started at Colonial Williamsburg in 1968, moving to Mystic Seaport in Connecticut and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. He returned to Colonial Williamsburg in 1982 as Director of Public Relations. In 1991, he moved into fundraising, first as Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations and now as Senior Director for Major Gifts. His interests and collections are in how the railroads developed marketing techniques and advanced the art and science of promotion. Peter J.C. Mosse, New York, New York Peter Mosse grew up in England where he witnessed the end of the steam era on British Railways. Following steams demise in 1968, he started traveling abroad to ride and photograph surviving steam and traditional railroads elsewhere. Over the ensuing forty years he visited more than fifty countries in that pursuit. In 1980, on impulse, he purchased a railroad painting and thus started what is now a collection of more than 150 railroad-themed, original works of art. Mosse has an MA degree from Oxford University and an MBA from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. He worked in London and Kuala Lumpur for the UK Rothschild banking group before moving to New York in 1977 to set up a precious metals trading subsidiary, and he has lived in New York since then. He is treasurer of the Brasenose College Charitable Foundation (Oxford), serves on the audit and beneficiaries committees of St Georges Society of New Yorkthe states oldest charityand is a past international president of the Circumnavigators Club, which was founded in New York in 1902. Michael P. Schmidt, Owosso, Michigan, Secretary Schmidta collector of railroad photographs and paintingsis an orthopedic surgeon. In 1984 he moved to Michigan to complete his training in orthopedic surgery and has been in private practice in Owosso almost continuously since 1990. He is Vice Chief of Staff, Chief of Surgery, and serves on the board of trustees of his hospital. He is Assistant Regional Clerkship Director for the Central Michigan University School of Medicine. His interest in the images of railroading dates back to his days in Los Angeles where he and his brother rode bicycles the 20 miles to LAUPT to wander the platforms and get what pictures they could. Schmidt continues to photograph, draw, and paint railroad subjects. He collects railroad photographs, especially by photographers in the transitional period of the 1940s through the 1960s, and has started to acquire commissioned and noncommissioned paintings. Richard Tower, San Francisco, California Richard Tower is President of the Candelaria Fund, a private family foundation making grants supporting self-help programs to combat poverty and community-based organizations that preserve local history and culture. His career includes management stints with Amtrak and Southern Pacific, an executive position with Smith Barney Harris Upham amp Co. and rail consulting work. He has served as Vice-President and Treasurer of the Cumbers amp Toltec Scenic Management Corporation, and he has served on the boards of the Bay Area Electric Railroad Association and Western Railway Museum, Friends of the Cumbers amp Toltec Scenic Railroad, BritRail Travel International, and the San Francisco Embarcadero YMCA. Michael Ross Valentine, Ferndale, Michigan Michael Ross Valentine is Vice-President and Co-Principal Valentine Robotics Inc. of Sterling Heights, Michigan. He also serves as adjunct faculty for robotics at several local colleges, and serves on the academic advisory board for Macomb Community College8217s M-TEC education facility. Valentine Robotics was founded in 1996, and specializes in robotics and automation system programming, training and integration. He previously worked for the BNSF Railway and UPS. Valentine lived and studied at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, and is an avid photographer in the U.S. and abroad. He has written articles and had photos published in Trains, CTC Board, and foreign publications. He lives in the Detroit area with his wife Agnes from Austria, and their adopted daughter Maya Xia Shen Valentine from China. Scott Lothes, President and Executive Director, scottlothes Scott Lothes became the Center8217s full-time executive director in 2011, after serving on its staff part-time since 2008. In 2013 he succeeded John Gruber as president and editor of the Center8217s journal, Railroad Heritage . Fascinated by railroads from birth, Lothes grew up watching coal trains in West Virginia. He took up photography while attending college at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, where he was graduated magna cum laude in 2002 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. To date more than 300 of his photographs have appeared in print, along with forty bylined articles in magazines including Trains . Classic Trains . Railfan amp Railroad . and Railroads Illustrated . as well as two front-page travel stories in the Sunday Oregonian . Portland, Oregon8217s leading newspaper. Lothes won the Trains and Canon photography contest in 2003, tied for first place in the Center8217s 2006 Creative Photography Awards Program, and in 2008 staff at Trains selected one of his photos for inclusion in its 8220100 Greatest Railroad Photos8221 special issue. He presented at the Center8217s 2008 conference, and he has made numerous multimedia presentations at Winterail, Summerail, the Autumn Leaf Slideshow, and Beecherfest. Prior to joining the Center, Lothes spent three years as assistant editor of the engineering magazine Sound amp Vibration and two years as an English teacher at a high school in Hokkaido, Japan. He has also lived in Oregon and traveled extensively in Vietnam and China. Since moving to Wisconsin, he has undertaken a project to document the railroads of the Upper Mississippi River Valley, where he enjoys hiking and camping with his wife, Maureen Muldoon. Jordan Radke, Archives Manager Jordan Radke began interning for the Center in January 2014, where his first project was processing the 47,000 color slides in the Fred M. Springer Collection. Radke completed his master8217s degree from the University of Wisconsin8217s School of Library and Information Studies in May 2014 and joined the Center full-time as its first archives manager in January 2015. His previous archiving experience includes work at the Wisconsin Historical Society and Engineering Hall of the University of Wisconsin. He received a bachelor8217s degree in history from UW-Madison with a certificate in European Studies. An avid fan of all UW athletics and London8217s Arsenal soccer team, Radke was co-captain of his high school travel soccer team and continues to enjoy recreational soccer in Madison. Working with the Center8217s collections has piqued his interest in railroads and especially their relationships with landscapes and cities. Libraries with online railroad image collections include: John W. Barriger III National Railroad Library University of Missouri-St. Louis, Thomas Jefferson Library Building, 1 University Blvd. St. Louis, Missouri 63121-4499, 314-516-7253 The CSRM Library provides public access to the museum8217s documentary collections. The Library is located next to the Museum of Railroad History on the second floor of the Big Four Building. The reading room is open to the public without charge Tuesday through Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Cleveland State University Library Rhodes Tower Room 320, 2121 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115, 216-687-2449 The Nickel Plate Railroad collection consists of files, drawings, and images of the railroad, especially as it passes through Cleveland. A general NKP Collection contains some small panoramic negatives of NKP views and Gerald Adams donated two albums of photos and many boxes of NKP drawings. In addition, the North American Railway Foundation underwrote the purchase of two other collections of Nickel Plate photographic negatives, one being from the company8217s publicity department and the other from the personal collection of the late Mr. John A. Rehor, author of The Nickel Plate Story. While most of the material is unprocessed, NARF is funding preliminary work on the Nickel Plate and the Newburgh amp South Shore collections. Denver Public Library 10 W. Fourteenth Ave. Pkwy. Denver, Colorado 80204, 303-640-6200 The online collection contains 50,000 images of Native Americans, pioneers, early railroads, mining, Denver, and Colorado towns. Photographers of interest to railroad historians are listed here. Photographer, Subjects Photographed, Call number or name George Beam, Railroads, Pueblo Indians, GB1 William H. Jackson, The American West, W H Jackson Louis McClure, Architecture and Industry, MCC 1 Otto Perry, Railroads 1915 to 1955, OP1 Robert Richardson, Narrow Gauge Railroads, RR1 Historic photographs in the James J. Hill, Louis W. Hill, Reed Hyde, and L. Dorcy manuscript collections are available online. As part of the Hill Manuscript collection, the library houses more than 8,000 images that span a century of economic development in the American Northwest and Western Canada. Each image is available for purchase. Lake Forest College Lake Forest, Illinois 60045-2399, 847-735-5064 The Donnelley and Lee Library lists photos, mostly from the 19th century, in the Munson Paddock Collection. The library is named for Eliott Donnelley (1904-1975), a notable railroad enthusiast, modeler, preservationist, and book collector. Museum of the Rockies 600 West Kagy Blvd. Bozeman, MT 59717-2730 The Museum of the Rockies has more than 20,000 photographs by Ron V. Nixon, made from 1916 to his death in 1989. The collection also contains records, correspondence and historical writings that span the steam, diesel, and electric eras in several states and Canada. There are 9,763 images and data records entered as of January 5, 2007. Nixon8217s first published photograph was in Railway Age magazine in 1930, and later his work appeared in magazines, newspapers, rail company posters, advertisements, and calendars. He retired in 1975 as manager and wire chief for the Northern Pacific Relay Division in Missoula, Montana. Web site devoted to railroad political cartoons, 1850-1940. The site contains hundreds of cartoons, with sources and some brief descriptions. High quality copies are available to interested parties. The cartoons come from the private collection of Mark Aldrich, the Marilyn Carlson Nelson professor of economics emeritus at Smith College. Aldrich is the author of several railroad-related books, including Death Rode the Rails: American Railroad Accidents and Safety, 1828-1965 . Frederick R. Parsons and Andrew B. Duncan operated the Parsons Palace Car Photo Company, St. Louis. Parsons maintained a studio at 1407 Market St. St. Louis, in the 1890s. Duncan was official photographer for the Frisco railroad for ten years, settling in Springfield, Missouri, in 1903. This may be the car he used on the Frisco does anyone have details John Gruber CollectionWelcome to MoSAIC, a STEMARTCULTURE Project What is MoSAIC Bridges 2013-zome and felt polyhedral sculptures MoSAIC was a collaborative effort sponsored and funded by MSRI (Mathematical Sciences Research Institute) and administered by the Bridges organization. Bersama-sama, kami menciptakan serangkaian konferensi mini interdisipliner dan festival tentang hubungan matematis dalam sains, seni, industri, dan budaya, untuk diadakan di perguruan tinggi dan universitas di seluruh Amerika Serikat dan luar negeri dari musim gugur 2014 sampai musim semi 2016. Ucapan Terima Kasih MSRI mendukung proyek MoSAIC Menggunakan dana dengan murah hati yang disediakan oleh Yayasan Simons. Jembatan menghargai kemurahan hati banyak pembicara, panitia lokal, dan peserta yang membuat acara ini sukses. Kami berterima kasih kepada Ella Sharp Museum di Jackson, Michigan atas bantuan mereka menjadi rumah pameran seni keliling. A special thanks goes to the following artists who had artwork that traveled as a part of the art exhibition: Ellie Baker Chris Bathgate sarah-marie belcastro Bob Bosch Vladimir Bulatov David Chappell Chern Chuang Francesco de Comite Manual Diaz Reguiero Robin Endelman Robert Fathauer Loe Fejis Paul Gailiunas Faye Goldman S. 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