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Obituaries > RABER, FRED W.

MARLOW – Fred William Raber Sr., 86, of Marlow, died Thursday, Aug. 22, 2002, at a local hospital. Raber was a U.S. Marine veteran of World War II and was a member of the St. Andrew by the Sea Community Church in Gulf Shores. He is survived by his wife, Leila Raber of...

Obituaries > RABITO, SALVADORE A.

On Tuesday, October 18, 1960, at 1 o’clock p.m., Salvadore A. (Rabbit) Rabito, husband of Grace Kistler; father of Jack and Robert Rabito; son of Lena Di Napoli and the late Anthony Rabito, Sr.; brother of Mrs. Ben Latino, Mrs. Emanuel Palmisano, Peter, Vincent and...

Obituaries > RADICH, ANDREW J.

Andrew J. Radich, 91, died peacefully of natural causes on Tuesday, March 29, 2011, at Brandywine Assisted Living, Middlebrook Crossing, in Bridgewater. Mr. Radich was born in Bound Brook, graduated from Bound Brook High School in 1938, and was a lifelong member of...

Obituaries > RAIMER, BERNARD F., JR.

WABASHA, Minn. (Special) — Bernard F. Raimer, Jr., 38, Greensburg, lnd., died of a brain tumor at Veterans Hospital, Minneapolis, at 8:30 p.m. Sunday [August 11, 1963]. He had been ill six months. He was born Nov. 8, 1924 in Chicago to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Raimer Sr....

Obituaries > RAINSFORD, MORRIS B.

Morris B. Rainsford, of Hayword, May 13, 1969, beloved husband of Margaret F. Rainsford; loving father of John G. Rainsford and Ellen M. Rainsford, both of Hayward; dear brother of William Rainsford, Mrs. Ann Fleming, Mrs. Katherine Ehbrecht and Mrs. Helen Rohnstock,...

Obituaries > RALSTON, ELTON, JR.

A gathering and reception will be at 3:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 4, 2008, in Sayler’s Old Country Kitchen for Elton “Bud” Ralston of Portland, who died July 29 at age 83. Elton Ralston was born Nov. 10, 1924, in Multnomah and lived in Portland his entire...

Obituaries > RAMAGOZ, EDWARD H.

Edward H. Ramagoz, a process server for Jefferson Parish, died Thursday [April 1, 1999] of pulmonary fibrosis at Ochsner Foundation Hospital. He was 76. Mr. Ramagoz was born in New Orleans and lived in Metairie for the past 26 years. He graduated from Holy Cross High...

Obituaries > RANGITSCH, RAYMOND L.

Raymond Rangitsch, 87 of Billings passed away peacefully Thursday, May 1, 2008 at Valley Health Care. The son of Barney and Matilda Rangitsch, Ray was born March 23, 1921 at Bridger, MT. He graduated from Bridger High School in 1939. In 1942 Ray enlisted in the United...

Obituaries > RANKIN, CECIL M.

Cecil Maurice Rankin, 80, of Waco, passed away Wednesday, August 25, 2004, in a Waco nursing facility. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the OakCrest Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Jimmy Spann officiating. Burial will be in Waco Memorial Park. Visitation will be...

Obituaries > RAPLEE, HAROLD J.

A family fishing trip ended in tragedy for an Ada family late Saturday evening [July 11, 1959] when 33-year-old Harold J. Raplee drowned on Mill Creek, near Ravia. Raplee, his wife, Addie, and their two children were camping near the creek. Raplee and a friend, Bill...

Obituaries > RAPLEY, JOHN H.

On May 19, 2007, John Howard Rapley, Sr., 82, died at a local hospital surrounded by the love of his son and daughter. He was born in Hot Springs, AR on July 25, 1924 to Frank M. Rapley and Nina Rife Rapley. At age 16, John enlisted in the Marine Corps and served with...

Obituaries > RATCLIFFE, DONALD G.

Donald G. Ratcliffe, suddenly, on Oct. 4, 1969, of Biwood Rd., R.D. #1, Ambler, Pa., husband of Loretta Ambroch and father of Charles M. Ratcliffe and son of the late Reginald P. and Maria Loughrey Ratcliffe. Relatives, friends and members of Old York Road Country...

Obituaries > RATCLIFFE, PAUL P.

Eight Philadelphians were recorded yesterday as killed in action, six as missing and 16 as wounded in a Navy Department list of casualties reported to next of kin between Nov. 16 and 30, inclusive. The department also listed 16 additional from the Philadelphia suburbs...

Obituaries > RAU, ROBERT H.

PENNSAUKEN – Graveside services for Robert Rau, a longtime resident of Woodbury, will be noon tomorrow. Mr. Rau died Saturday [December 24, 1988] of a heart attack at his summer home in Cape May County. He was 65. The World War II Marine veteran was a member of VFW...

Obituaries > RAWLINGS, HENRY W.

Henry Weatherly Rawlings, age 88, of Louisville passed away Tuesday, January 8, 2013 at Jefferson Manor. He was born September 13, 1924 in Heidelberg, KY, the son of John D. and Laura Pearl Rawlings. Henry enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and served in WWII...

Obituaries > RAWLINGS, ROBERT B., JR.

A rosary will be held at 8 p.m. on Sunday at the Panciera Memorial Home in Hollywood for Robert B. Rawlings II, a Ft. Lauderdale retired master sergeant in the Marines. Rawlings was a veteran of 27 years of service. He fought both in World War II and in the Korean...

Obituaries > RAY, EDWIN A.

Funeral services for Edwin Austin Ray, age 85, of Centerville, Texas formerly of Buffalo and Jewett are set for 2:00 P.M. Wednesday, October 24, 2007 at the Buffalo Funeral Home in Buffalo, Texas. Rev. Travis Bo Davis will officiate. Interment will be in the Sardis...

Obituaries > RAY, ERNEST L.

Ernest L. Ray, 29, climaxed a domestic quarrel with his wife by fatally shooting himself in the head while she was in a nearby room, West Los Angeles police reported yesterday. Mrs. Doris Ray said her husband went into the bedroom of their home at 3557 Stoner Ave.,...

Obituaries > RAYNES, WILLIAM A.

Another Valparaiso boy has given his life for his country and has been enshrined on the honor roll of heroic deeds. Gunnery Sgt. William A. Raynes of the United States Marine Corps, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Watts, 402 Brown Street, was killed in action on Okinawa on May...

Obituaries > RAZZA, JAMES P.

SALEM, N.H. — Mr. James P. Razza, 88, of Salem, N.H., died on Sunday, March 29, 2009 at Pleasant Valley Nursing Centre in Derry, N.H. James was born in Lawrence on Dec. 1, 1920 to Nicodemo and Elena Razza Sr. He graduated from Lawrence High School. Mr. Razza was a...

Obituaries > REARDON, EDWARD L.

Edward L. Reardon, 76, of 1649 Riggall Road, Marietta, died Monday [March 31, 1997] at the Veterans Administration Medical Center after a long illness. Mr. Reardon was a native of Brooklyn and lived in Marietta for 23 years. He was a bus driver for the New York City...

Obituaries > REATH, THOMAS P.

A funeral Mass will be held today for Thomas Patrick Reath of Cape Cod Village in Hague, N.Y., a sales representative who died Thursday [November 2, 1995] at the Fletcher Allen Health Care Center in Burlington, Vt. He was 72. Mr. Reath, a former resident of...

Obituaries > REBMAN, GLEN E., JR.

Glen E. “Pete” Rebman, Jr., 47, Rt. 6, Lafayette, died in his residence at 1:35 AM Monday, Oct. 5, 1970 of an apparent heart attack; he had not been ill. He was born in Tippecanoe County and was married to Juanita J. Brown on April 12, 1946; she survives....

Obituaries > RECK, FRANCIS H.

Francis Howard (Bud) Reck, beloved husband of Barbara Reck; devoted father of Raymond H. Reck; also survived by three sisters and three brothers. Sunday, March 20, 1977. Residence, 3719 Pocahontas Ave., Mariemont. Friends may call at the Thomas Memorial, 7500...

Obituaries > RED CLOUD, MITCHELL, JR.

Hatfield, Wis.—(UP)—Cpl. Mitchell Red Cloud, Congressional Medal of Honor winner, was laid to rest today in an ancient Indian funeral ceremony. Red Cloud, who served in the Marine Corps in World War II, was killed on a ridge near Chonghyon, Korea, on Nov. 5, 1950,...

Obituaries > REDISKE, GRANT W.

Grant W. Rediske, age 80, formerly of Plymouth, died on Wednesday January 19, 2005 at Riverside Medical Center in Waupaca. He was born February 14, 1924 in Sumner, Iowa son of the late Ernest & Anna Heller Rediske. Grant joined the United States Marine Corps and...

Obituaries > REDMOND, PAUL J.

The Rev. Paul J. Redmond of Carmel, a retired Catholic priest who served during World War II as chaplain of the elite Marine Raiders, died Saturday [June 1, 1990] in the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula. He was 91. Mr. Redmond, who was awarded the Army...

Obituaries > REED, DONALD V.

Donald V. Reed, 74, of 1461 40th St. NE, died Saturday, Jan. 16, 1999, in St. Luke’s Hospital after a short illness. Services: 9 a.m. Tuesday, Cedar Memorial Chapel of Memories, by Dr. Robert Bouton. Entombment: Cedar Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to...

Obituaries > REED, ERNEST G.

MENDENHALL – Ernest Garland Reed, 75, a retired Simpson County circuit clerk, died of cancer Thursday [December 10, 1997] at St. Dominic / Jackson Memorial Hospital. Services are 2 p.m. today at Colonial Chapel Funeral Home with burial in Braxton Cemetery in Braxton....

Obituaries > REED, JAMES E.

James E. Reed, age 46, passed away March 18th [1972]. Survived by his wife, Catherine; son, Joe Reed; daughters, Barbara Reed, Carol Hanson and Linda Carranza; mother, Betty Merrill; 2 grandchildren. Founder and first commander of the Order of the Purple Heart,...

Obituaries > REED, JOHN C.

John C. Reed, 60, 580 Washington St., died Thursday, Jan. 6, 1983, in the Indiana Hospital. A son of Preston L. and Marybelle (Ruffner) Reed, he was born Feb. 4, 1922, in Indiana. Mr. Reed was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church, Indiana, and had lived all his life...

Obituaries > REED, JOHN J.

John James (Campbell) Reed, age 91 of Munhall, passed away peacefully to our Lord on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. Beloved husband of 56 years of the late Rose (Filipovich) Reed. He was born December 10, 1921 in Philadelphia, PA. At age 7, he became the adopted son of...

Obituaries > REES, DANIEL T.

A memorial mass for Marine Pvt. Daniel T. Rees, who was killed June 21 [1945] on Okinawa, will be said in St. Rita Chapel, 63rd St. and Oakley Ave., at noon next Sunday. Private Rees was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rees, 2036 W. Garfield Blvd. He enlisted in service...

Obituaries > REESBY, JAMES W.

DICKINSON – James William Reesby, 63, a retired senior supervisor for Union Carbide, died Tuesday [May 10, 1983] at his residence. A funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Shrine of the True Cross Catholic Church in Dickinson, Monsignor Eugene Cargill...

Obituaries > REEVES, JACK

Jack Reeves, husband of Mrs. Jean Reeves; father of Mrs. Debbie Richmond and Kathy Reeves; son of Mrs. Elizabeth Reeves; brother of Betty Reeves; also survived by one grandchild. Tuesday, December 21, 1976. Residence Milford, Ohio. Services at the convenience of the...

Obituaries > REEVES, STEWART M.

Stewart Moughan Reeves, 72, of Phoenix, a carpenter at Luke Air Force Base, died March 22, 1996. He was born in Dallas, and was a Marine Corps veteran. Survivors include his wife, Betty; daughters, Deborah and Sheran Frye, Kathy Samson, Joan Johnson and Bonnie...

Obituaries > REGAN, JAMES F.

James F. Regan, M.D. [May 15, 1992], prominent surgeon in the Los Angeles area since 1940. Beloved husband of Elva Fay Regan; loving father of William and Nora Regan and Nancy Henderson; also survived by two grandsons, Sean and Michael Regan and three brothers:...

Obituaries > REGAN, WILLIAM A.

Private William Regan, 22, 61 Cambridge Street, St. Paul, a Marine, was killed in action [July 20, 1943] in the Southwest Pacific area, the Navy Department informed his mother, Mrs. Hazel Beggs Regan. He attended Cretin and Central High Schools and Notre Dame...

Obituaries > REIBER, PAUL E.

Pfc. Paul E. Reiber, son of Mrs. Emma J. Reiber, Carlisle Springs, was killed in action [July 21, 1944] in the South Pacific, his mother was notified yesterday. Pfc. Reiber, 20, entered the Marines on February 11, 1943, and took his training at Parris Island, S.C....

Obituaries > REICHERT, JAMES B.

James Barnum Reichert, 70, of Westwood, California, senior research specialist for Lockheed Martin Skunk Works, passed away May [23], 1995. Jim worked for the Skunk Works from 1977 to present and made major material technology advancements for several aircraft...

Obituaries > REID, ROBERT N.

PINE LEVEL – Robert Nelson “Bob” Reid, 85, of Pine Level, a retired plumber, died Sunday, March 8, 2009 at his home. Born April 26, 1923 in Medford, MA to the late Robert Philip and Mildred Frances Prescott Reid, he was preceded in death by a son,...

Obituaries > REID, WALLACE L.

Wallace Reid, 80, of Chula Vista died Wednesday [October 26, 2005]. He was born in Indianapolis and was a furrier. He served in the Marine Corps during World War II. Survivors include his daughter, Denise Reid of Santa Barbara, and sons, Kelly Reid of Goleta and Tim...

Obituaries > REIDY, ROBERT C.

Robert Conlon Reidy died Saturday [September 27, 1997] in San Francisco. He was 75. A native of Plainfield, NJ, he came to the Bay area in 1971. After leaving New Jersey in 1950, Mr. Reidy worked for various railroads throughout the West and Northwest as a section...

Obituaries > REILLY, JEREMIAH M.

Washington, Nov. 23—The Navy Department announces one Marine missing and two Navy men, one formerly reported as a prisoner of war and the other as missing, now listed as safe. The Marine reported missing [May 19, 1945] previously reported wounded, is Pfc. Jeremiah...

Obituaries > REILLY, JOHN J.

John J. Reilly, 77, of Berwyn died Thursday, March 2, 2000. Born in Brooklyn, NY, he was the son of the late John Reilly and Margaret Reilly, of Staten Island. He was retired from the U.S. Marine Corps, having served in the Raider Battalion, throughout the Pacific...

Obituaries > REILLY, JOSEPH J.

LAKE PLACID — Joe Reilly passed away on Saturday morning, Feb. 25, 2012, with family by his side, at Uihlein Mercy Center, where he resided since December 2005. He was born Joseph John Reilly on a small farm near Egg Harbor City, N.J., on Jan. 9, 1925, the youngest...

Obituaries > REILLY, THOMAS N.

Thomas N. Reilly, age 90, on July 19, 2013, formerly of Chestnut Hill. Husband of the late Marianne J. (nee Kalbach). Father of Susan Nocero (Peter), Jane Mullen (James), Elizabeth Dooley (James), Kathleen Reilly, Jim (Chris), and the late Thomas, Jr. (Christa). Also...

Obituaries > REIMER, EDWIN B.

Edwin B. Reimer, 76, of Southampton, died Saturday [November 28, 1998] at home. Born in Philadelphia, Mr. Reimer was a Marine Corps veteran of World War II and was an office manager for Hartford Insurance Co. in Philadelphia for 20 years. He is survived by his wife,...

Obituaries > REIN, HANS W.

Hans W. Rein, of Menomonee Falls. Born to Eternal Life on Aug. 10, 1997, age 75. Loving husband of Ethel. Dearest father of Linda (Dick) Torstenson, Diane (Glen) Schwister and Glenn (Pam). Fondest grandfather of Christine, John, Michael, Melissa, David, Jennifer,...

Obituaries > RELJA, TONY A.

SOUTH HAVEN, July 7 – The body of Pfc. Tony A. Relja, 20, killed in action on Bougainville on November [3], 1943, will arrive by railroad in Grand Junction at 3:30 a.m. Sunday, according to word received here. The body will be brought to the Calvin Funeral Home here....

Obituaries > REMAKLUS, ROBERT A.

Robert Arthur Remaklus, Saturday, September 15, 2001; beloved husband of the late Joy E. (neeVogel) Remaklus; dear father and father-in-law of Gary (Nancy), Donna, Robert (Sharon) and Kathy Remaklus; dear grandfather of Michael, Melissa, Katie and Kelly; our dear...

Obituaries > RENNER, RUSSELL H.

McMINNVILLE – Russell Harold Renner, 58, 911 E. 28th St., died Saturday [May 14, 1977] in a McMinnville hospital after an illness. He was born in Chicago, Ill., and came to McMinnville nine years ago. He was employed by Oregon Lithoprint Co. Survivors include widow,...

Obituaries > RESER, HARRY A.

WASHINGTON—(AP)—Names of 14 Michigan men were included by the Navy Department today in an announcement of 215 casualties of Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard personnel, including 71 dead, 128 wounded and 16 missing. The Michigan casualties included six dead, six...

Obituaries > RESTIVO, AUGUST W.

August Restivo, [August 20, 2004] beloved husband of Lois, nee Jachowske; loving father of Royce (Carol) and Brett (Charlene); fond grandfather of Stephanie, Corinne, Russell, Michael and Samual. Memorial Service Friday, 10 a.m. at Calvary Lutheran Church, 107 N. Wood...

Obituaries > RETZSCH, NORTON V.

A memorial service will be held at Unity Temple, Hotel Sinton, at 11 a.m. tomorrow in tribute to the memory of Pfc. Norton V. Retzsch, who has been reported missing in action [July 9, 1943] for more than a year. Private Retzsch is the younger son of Mr. and Mrs....

Obituaries > REVAK, MERTON C.

Washington, Sept. 18 (UP) – The Navy Department today announced the names of four Minnesota Marines killed in action and two Minnesota Marines wounded in action. Dead: Private First Class Merton C. Revak [July 21, 1944]—father Roy J. Revak,...

Obituaries > REYES, RAYMOND

Raymond Reyes, age 63, passed away on Saturday, July 28, 1990, following a lengthy illness. The Rosary and Funeral Mass were held at Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Catholic Church on Thursday, August 2, 1990. Interment followed at Resurrection Cemetery in South San...

Obituaries > REYNOLDS, HAROLD C.

Harold C. Reynolds, son of Annis and Pearl Reynolds was born June 25, 1923, in Lenox and was killed in the invasion of Bougainville Island on November 9, 1943, at the age of 20 years, four months and 14 days. He was a graduate of Lenox High School in the class of...

Obituaries > REYNOLDS, HARRINGTON F., JR.

Harry Reynolds, a Marine Raider who stood up for fellow Raiders who were killed in a commando attack in 1942 but whose remains were left on a remote Pacific island, died July 18 [2004] at a Las Vegas hospital. He was 82. Born Harrington Ford Reynolds Jr. on March 21,...

Obituaries > REYNOLDS, IRVIN H.

Irvin Hoyt Reynolds was born on July 18, 1920 in Bath County, Kentucky to Stephen Thomas Reynolds, a son of Stephen Marshall and Martha Ellen Boaz Reynolds, and Anna Grace Whaley Reynolds, a daughter of Edward Tolliver Whaley and Nannie Belle Riddle Whaley. He served...

Obituaries > REYNOLDS, JAMES, JR.

Washington, D.C., Aug. 13 (AP)—The Navy announced today the names of 72 casualties, including 16 dead, 6 wounded, and 50 missing. In addition, the names of naval personnel are included whose status has been officially changed as follows: Two prisoners of war to dead;...

Obituaries > RHINOW, WILLIAM J.

Washington, May 31—The Navy Department has announced 1,124 casualties in the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard, including 189 dead, 805 wounded and 130 missing, bringing to 112,868 the total since Pearl Harbor. The following 37 Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island men...

Obituaries > RHOADES, CHARLES J.

WILLAMETTE — Funeral services for Master Sergeant Charles J. Rhoades (Johnny Gist), son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gist, Grapevine Road, will be held Monday, April 6 at 1:30 PM from Holman and Hankins in Oregon City. Interment will be at Mt. View Cemetery with...

Obituaries > RIBAR, JACOB W.

Jacob W. “Jake” Ribar, age 86, of Gurnee, IL, died January 4, 2012, at Libertyville Manor nursing home, where he was a resident for 2 years. There will be a memorial visitation from 10:00 AM until 11:30AM with the memorial service commencing at 11:30 AM at...

Obituaries > RICE, BERNARD

Bernard Rice [December 1, 2000] was the youngest son of Abe and Lena Rice, with three older sisters, Sara, Ruth and Bertha. He received his undergraduate degree from George Washington University, before serving in the U.S. Marine Corps during WWII. He received his PhD...

Obituaries > RICE, CHESTER

Funeral service for Chester Theodore Rice, 83, Coon Rapids, formerly of Spring Lake Park, took place March 6 at Gearhart Funeral Home, Coon Rapids. Rev. Rex Beyer officiated. Rice died March 2 [2008]. He was born June 15, 1924 in Bovey to Raynard Rice and Maude Abar....

Obituaries > RICH, JOHN P.

John Perry Rich, Sr. passed away November 2, 1995 after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born November 22, 1920 to Edward Stokes and Eleanor Jane Atkinson Rich. He graduated with high honors from the University of Utah in 1947 with a B.S. in Geology. At the U...

Obituaries > RICHARDS, JAMES Z.

Mrs. Ruby Richards of Dalton has been informed by the War Department that her son, Cpl. James Zack Richards, 22, Sixth Division Marines, was killed May 21 [1945] in action on Okinawa. Cpl. Richards was awarded the Purple Heart last April. He had participated in five...

Obituaries > RICHARDSON, FREDERICK T.

Frederick T. Richardson [May 10, 1966], beloved husband of Winona Richardson; father of Harold T. Richardson and Kenneth W. Chute; also survived by 1 grandson; son of Mrs. Ada Richardson of Los Angeles; brother of Arthur of Phoenix, Ariz. and Earnest Richardson of Los...

Obituaries > RICHESON, THEODORE L.

SACRAMENTO – Theodore L. Richeson, 68, a retired account representative for Westinghouse-KFWB Radio in Los Angeles, died Thursday [December 21, 1989] in his Sacramento home of heart failure. Most of his career was in broadcasting. His resume included such stations as...

Obituaries > RICKER, EDWARD J., JR.

St. Charles, IL — Edward J. Ricker Jr., 83, a 52-year resident of St. Charles, died Jan. 19, 2008, at his home. Mass was celebrated Jan. 23 at St. Patrick’s Crane Road Church, St. Charles. Burial was at Prairie Cemetery on Crane Road, St. Charles. During World War II,...

Obituaries > RIDDLE, WILLIE P.

LAURENS – W. Paul Riddle Sr., 65, of 622 Church St., died Nov. 26, 1989 at his home. Born in Enoree, he was a son of the late Samuel Erskine and Maude Adell Garrett Riddle. He was a retired operations manager for Laurens Electric Cooperative and a member and deacon at...

Obituaries > RIDLEY, GEORGE M.

G. M. (Sonny) Ridley, aged 49, resident of Kansas City, Kan., and former resident of De Queen and Lockesburg, suffered a fatal heart attack Saturday, Sept. 14 [1974] in Kansas City. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18, at Wilkerson chapel with...

Obituaries > RIEGEL, JAMES E.

The body of James Riegel, who was killed Nov. 1, 1943, while serving with the Marine Raiders on Bougainville, will arrive in Tucson Saturday. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday at Bring’s Chapel, with the Rev. J. C. Cording of the Palo Verde Baptist Church...

Obituaries > RIHALY, MICHAEL

Michael Rihaly, 92, of Painesville, passed away Nov. 26, 2013. Born Oct. 24, 1921, in New Salem, Pa., he had been a resident of Willowick for 50 years before moving to Painesville seven years ago. Mr. Rihaly was employed by the Willoughby-Eastlake School System before...

Obituaries > RIKK, JULIUS L., JR.

Corp. Julius L. Rikk Jr., 23, of the Marines, was killed in action on Iwo Island Feb. 27 [1945], his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius L. Rikk, 4621 Sheridan Rd., have been notified. Corp. Rikk fought with Carlson’s Raiders in several Pacific campaigns.

Obituaries > RILEY, CHARLES W.

HYANNIS — Charles Wesley Riley, 90, of Hyannis, passed away on Sunday [September 23, 2012] surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Biddeford, ME, in 1922 to the late Marguerite and Michael Riley. He grew up in Manchester, NH, attended Boston College, Saint...

Obituaries > RILEY, JOSEPH F.

Pvt. Joseph Francis Riley, son of the late James and Dora Riley of Alum Bridge, was killed in action on Guadalcanal September 14, 1942. He entered the Marine Corps on January 6 of that year and went overseas the following April, landing on Tulagi on August 7....

Obituaries > RINEARSON, ROBERT A.

Robert A. Rinearson, 57, of Garrettsville, died Friday a.m. [January 6, 1978] unexpectedly following a short illness at Cleveland Clinic. He was a public accountant, operating his own office since 1946. He served as clerk for Garfield School Board, the village of...

Obituaries > RINEHART, DONALD A.

Word has been received here of the death of a former Ogden and Boone resident, Donald A. Rinehart, 45, who died suddenly, while at work, Friday, April 14 [1961], in Sacramento, Calif. Mr. Rinehart, who was a native of the Ogden vicinity, also lived in Boone and had...

Obituaries > RIOS, CHARLES

Telegrams from the War Department yesterday advised Mrs. Quirino F. Rios, 2604 E. 106th St., that one son, Corp. Charles, 23, of the Marines, died May 26 [1945] of wounds suffered on Okinawa, and that another, Pvt. Alfred, 20, has been liberated after a year and a...

Obituaries > RIOS, RAY R.

Ray R. Rios, 73, of Tucson, passed away March 16, 1998. Preceded in death by parents, Eugenio and Carmen Rios; brothers, Tony, Tommie, Rudy, Eugenio. Survived by loving companion, Bertha Craber and her family, Barbara Gollegdge, Linda Gallego and Virginia Munoz,...

Obituaries > RITTER, HARRY J.

On Tuesday, Feb. 3, 1970, Harry J. Ritter of 211 Ruxton St.; beloved husband of Mary Phillip Ritter; brother of Mrs. Margaret Klocke and Dorothy Kirsch. Friend received at Parlors of Wm. Slater & Sons Inc., Virginia Ave. and Kearsarge St., Mt. Washington until 9...

Obituaries > RIVERS, JAMES E.

Services for Mr. James Edward Rivers, 54, of 2853 Buckskin Road, Orlando, who passed away Thursday [May 20, 1976], will be held Monday at 11:00 a.m. in the chapel of Cox-Parker Funeral Home with Reverend William Branch of Newnan, Ga. Officiating. Interment will be in...

Obituaries > ROARK, EARL L. JR.

World War II hero Earl L. “Jack” Roark Jr., 76, of Longview passed away Saturday, July 6, 2002, at home. Mr. Roark was preceded in death by his parents, Earl L. Roark Sr. and Nona Stacy Roark, and one son, Ronald Stacy Roark. Mr. Roark was born Nov. 10,...

Obituaries > ROBERTON, DONALD R. A.

Washington, Jan. 13—Among Marines designated to receive the Navy Cross from Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet, for “extraordinary heroism” in an attack on Makin Island in the Pacific last August was Pvt. Donald R. Roberton, missing in action...

Obituaries > ROBERTS, CLAYTON L.

WASHINGTON, Nov. 15—(AP)—Korean casualty list No. 152 today reports another Oklahoma soldier has been killed in action [October 27, 1950]. He was Sgt. Clayton L. Roberts, husband of Mrs. Clayton L. Roberts, Rattan. The Navy Cross, awarded posthumously to Sgt. Clayton...

Obituaries > ROBERTS, JAMES G.

WOOSTER, O. INS – A 32-year-old Columbus man fell 275 feet to his death Monday [April 26, 1954] while working on the transmitting tower of Station WWST in Wooster. The victim was James G. Roberts, who was painting the tower at the time of the mishap. His brother,...

Obituaries > ROBERTS, WILLIAM C.

William was born November 12, 1919 in San Francisco, CA; passed away May 28, 2008 in Spokane. He earned a BA degree from the University of California at Berkeley. He served in World War II and during the Korean War. At the time of his promotion to full Colonel he was...

Obituaries > ROBERTSON, JAMES K.

Burnsville – James Kenneth Robertson, 89, of Robertson Street passed away Sunday, April 26, 2009, at his home after a lengthy illness. A native of Yancey County, he was a son of the late W. Z. and Sally Lou Banks Robertson. He was also preceded in death by his...

Obituaries > ROBINETTE, CLINTON D.

Clinton D. Robinette Jr., beloved husband of Lois Ashcraft Robinette; devoted father of Bonnie, Gary, Debbie, Vickie and Jenny Robinette; dear son of Clinton, Sr. and the late Irene Robinette; dear brother of Mrs. Rachel Prall and Mrs. Margaret Randall. Saturday, Nov....

Obituaries > ROBINSON, CLARENCE R.

Clarence R. Robinson, 89, of Powder Springs died Thursday, August 6th, 2015. A Funeral Service will be held 11:00 a.m. Monday in the Chapel at Mayes Ward-Dobbins Funeral Home in Marietta with Dr. William Camp officiating. Interment will follow at Kennesaw Memorial...

Obituaries > ROBINSON, FRANK H.

Parsonsfield, Maine – Frank H. Robinson, 93, of Parsonsfield, Maine, formerly Effingham, NH, passed away at Bridgton Hospital on Wednesday, April 8, 2015 with family in attendance in body and spirit. He was born November 6, 1921 in Melrose, MA son of the late...

Obituaries > ROBINSON, JESSE W.

Jesse Robinson, age 87, Nashville, June 14, 2008. Preceded in death by wife, Christine Robinson; brothers, Clark, Owen, and Clyde Robinson; sister, Mable Johnson. Survived by sons, Dave (Sylvia) Robinson and Phillip Robinson; grandsons, Jesse, Jeff, and Scott...

Obituaries > ROBINSON, JOHN N.

John Nelson Robinson died December 21, 1973 at the age of 55. He served the Purdue University community as a member of the registrar’s staff. “Nelson,” as he was known by all his friends, began his association with the University as a supervisor for data systems and...

Obituaries > ROBINSON, STANLEY W.

PALMDALE – (U.P.), Marine Major Stanley W. Robinson, 52, was dead on arrival at Palmdale Clinic Saturday [June 27, 1953] after being stricken with a heart attack while driving on Angeles Forest Highway. Robinson, a reserve officer, was on military leave from the Los...

Obituaries > ROBINSON, WILLIAM K.

EAST LIVERPOOL, O.—Tech. Sgt. William K. Robinson, 26, of Martins Ferry, Steubenville recruiter for the Marine Corps, was killed about 2:25 this morning [May 27, 1949] when his car struck an abutment at a street intersection in nearby Wellsville. Columbiana County...

Obituaries > ROBINSON, WILLIAM M.

William M. “Bill” Robinson, age 76, passed away May 30, 2002. Born February 11, 1926 in Indianola, OK to William Meek Robinson and Viola Sanders Robinson. Served in U.S. Marines Raider Battalion WWII. Retired Partner Elder Paint & Wallpaper. Survived...

Obituaries > ROBLIN, WALTER K.

COHOES — Lt. Col. Walter Kimberley “Kim” Roblin, 98, retired U.S. Army, died on Friday, February 27, 2015, at the Eddy Village Green in Cohoes. Born in Watervliet in 1917, he was the son of the late Wilmot H. and Berniece Robertson Roblin. Walter was...

Obituaries > ROCHE, EDWARD C.

Edward Coy Roche, 76, of 11 Rex Drive, Asheville, died Wednesday, May 28, 1997, at Memorial Mission Hospital. A native of Newton, Mississippi, he was the son of the late Edward Coy and Lena Buck Roche, and he was married to Martha Carland Roche who died May 9, 1996....

Obituaries > ROCK, JOHN C.

WASHINGTON, April 10 (AP)—The Navy announced today 20 casualties in Navy forces, including one dead and 19 missing. In addition, four names were listed whose status has changed from missing to dead. This brings to 24,718 the total of Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard...

Obituaries > ROCKHOLD, LOYD J.

Loyd J. Rockhold, born in Jonesboro on Aug. 29, 1922, died peacefully surrounded by his family on Friday, Nov. 26, 2010, after a courageous battle with Parkinson’s disease and prostate cancer. He was a devoted husband, brother, father, grandfather,...

Obituaries > RODEITCHER, GERALD A.

Marine Pfc. Gerald A. Rodeitcher died [July 31, 1944] on a hospital ship of wounds suffered in action on either Saipan or Guam, and was buried at sea, his mother, Mrs. John Olszewski, of 146 Glendale, has been notified by the War Department. The 21-year-old Marine was...

Obituaries > RODGERS, TERRY C.

Terry Cloyd Rodgers, M.D., psychoanalyst, died on November 13, 2003 at Scripps Memorial Hospital, La Jolla. He was born on January 7, 1917 in Wilmar, Arkansas, the son of Frances and Richard Rodgers. In 1940, he graduated from the University of Arkansas Medical School...

Obituaries > RODGERS, WILLIAM A., JR.

Waverly—Military rites for Marine Pvt. William A. Rodgers, Jr., son of William A. and Henrietta Seymour Rodgers of Auburn, will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Neece Funeral Home at Franklin. The Veterans of Foreign Wars of Virden will have charge of the service....

Obituaries > ROEBUCK, GERALD E.

Gerald Edward Roebuck, Sr., 86, a resident of Montgomery, AL died Sunday, October 18, 2009 in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, October 21, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. from Leak-Memory Chapel. Burial will follow in Greenwood Cemetery. Visitation...

Obituaries > ROEHM, MELMER A. L.

WEST HARRISON, Ind. – Melmer A. “Lou” Roehm fought many battles throughout his life. As an officer in the First and Third U.S. Marine Raider Battalions during World War II, he was responsible for securing islands before primary invasion forces arrived. Years later he...

Obituaries > ROGAL, WILLIAM W.

William W. Rogal, a Marine, attorney and author died suddenly on July 16, 2012. Mr. Rogal was born on June 21, 1922 in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. On completing high school, Mr. Rogal enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and served in World War II with both the...

Obituaries > ROGERS, DARWIN E.

Virginia Beach – Darwin E. “Gyp” (Jim) Rogers, 92, passed away peacefully, Thursday, January 21, 2016 at Windermere Nursing Center. He was preceded in death by his son, Donald Lyle Rogers. He is survived by his wife and best friend, Marion Rogers; his beloved...

Obituaries > ROGERS, DONALD C.

WASHINGTON, Sept. 18—(UP)—The Navy Department today announced 248 casualties, including: Texas: Donald C. Rogers, Private, First Class, USMC. Dead [July 21, 1944]. Mother, Mrs. Eppie L. Rogers, Hillsboro.

Obituaries > ROGERS, IRVIN C.

Irvin C. Rogers, 42, formerly of Saltville, Va., died [in a fire] at his home in Denver, Colo., Wednesday [July 8, 1964] according to word reaching Saltville Thursday. The body will be taken to Henderson Funeral Home in Saltville, where funeral arrangements will be...

Obituaries > ROGERS, LLOYD S.

Lloyd Spencer Rogers, 73, of 107 Hunter Ave., Syracuse, died Friday [November 5, 1993] at the Veterans Administration Medical Center after a long illness. A native of Carthage, Mr. Rogers moved to Syracuse in 1923. He served in the Marines in the Asiatic Theater, 1st...

Obituaries > ROGERS, VINCENT G.

Vincent G. Rogers, a former business executive and St. Louis city official, died Thursday [November 14, 1996] at Barnes-Jewish Hospital from injuries he suffered in a fall. He was 80 and a lived in St. Louis. Mr. Rogers was a sales executive at Consolidated Forwarding...

Obituaries > ROGGENKAMP, ARTHUR R.

Arthur Ray ”Rocky” Roggenkamp, 89 of Cedar Park passed away on Monday, September 22, 2014. He was born April 26, 1925 in DeWitt County, TX to Walter and Maude Roggenkamp. He married Gladys Irene Shows on August 16, 1963 in Wharton, TX. They moved to Cedar Park, TX...

Obituaries > ROHR, RALPH E.

Ralph E. Rohr [September 14, 1992]. Friends may call at Hippensteel Funeral Home, 5-8 p.m. today. Service in Hippensteel Chapel 10 a.m. Thursday, the Rev. William L. Scott officiating. Interment Rest Haven Memorial Park. Three grandchildren survive. Those desiring may...

Obituaries > ROKASKI, CHARLES

Charles Rokaski, 73, of Philadelphia and formerly of Wilkes-Barre, died Friday [October 20, 1995] at the Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia. Born on March 4, 1922, in the Hilldale section of Plains Township, he was the son of the late Zigmond and Anna Lasky...

Obituaries > ROLETTE, ALLEN E.

Pfc. Byron Higgins, 26, for many years an employee in the Dixie Highway Market, 13124 S. Western Ave., before entering the Marines 33 months ago, has been killed in action, and Pfc. Allen Rolette, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rolette, 2851 Burr Oak Ave., a Marine...

Obituaries > ROLL, PAUL E.

HAWTHORNE – Paul Eugene Roll, 64, died Friday [May 8, 1987] at a Reno hospital. A native of Fort Worth, Texas, he was born Sept. 29, 1922, and was a Hawthorne resident for the past 44 years. Roll was a World War II Marine Corps veteran. He was a truck driver for the...

Obituaries > ROLLAG, AUSTIN T.

Valley Springs, S.D., Mar. 22—Funeral services for Austin T. Rollag, who was killed in action during the late war, will be held at the Palisade Lutheran Church southwest of Garretson at 2 o’clock Wednesday afternoon. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rollag, of Valley...

Obituaries > ROLLINS, ODIS C.

Odis C. “Chet” Rollins, of Sussex, June 21, 2002, age 84 years. Beloved husband of Louise (nee Starke). Loving father of Mark. Dear brother of Mada Clark. Further survived by other relatives and friends. Private family services were held. Chet was a...

Obituaries > ROMBOLD, JAMES K.

HOOKERTON – James “Pops” K. Rombold Sr., 78, of 5119 N.C. 58 N., died Thursday, Feb. 19, 2004, at Lenoir Memorial Hospital after an illness of several years. He was the adopted son of the late Samuel F. Rombold and Isa Stevens Rombold. He grew up in...

Obituaries > ROMO, ROBERT

Final rites for Lt. Robert Romo, killed in action on Okinawa in 1945, are being arranged in Redlands following the arrival of his body from a South Pacific burial ground. Rosary will be recited Sunday night at 7:30 from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with funeral...

Obituaries > RONDEAU, LAWRENCE W.

Lawrence W. “Larry” Rondeau, 92, of Wallingford, passed away peacefully Tuesday, January 20, 2015, at MidState Medical Center in Meriden. He was born in Worcester, MA, on January 24, 1922, son of the late William and Anna (Collier) Rondeau. Larry was a World War II...

Obituaries > RONDERO, PETER J.

Peter J. Rondero, Sr. was born on January 18, 1926, in Holtville, CA. He died peacefully surrounded by his family on July 22, 2014, in Fresno, CA. He served in the United States Marine Corps, was a veteran of World War II, first wave Iwo Jima, and the Korean War. He...

Obituaries > ROOKS, EUGENE B.

HOT SPRINGS — Eugene Buechel Rooks entered eternal rest on Sunday, May 18, 2015, at the VA Hospital in Hot Springs, SD. He was 92. “Gene” was born on June 28, 1922, in Rosebud and was the second child born in the newly completed Rosebud Hospital. He was the...

Obituaries > ROONEY, JOHN T.

John Thomas Rooney passed away peacefully at the age of 96 on September 6 [2013]. Born in rural Hansen, Nebraska on June 10, 1917, John later moved to Crawford, Nebraska where he helped with the family farm. Later, the family settled in Orin, Wyoming where John worked...

Obituaries > ROOSEVELT, JAMES

James Roosevelt, a six-term Congressman, former delegate to the United Nations and eldest son of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, died yesterday [August 13, 1991] at his home in Newport Beach, Calif. He was 83 years old. Complications from a stroke and...

Obituaries > ROOSEVELT, JAMES H.

Pvt. James Hortin Roosevelt, U.S. Marines, only son of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Roosevelt of south of Albion, has been killed in action [July 8, 1943] in the South Pacific area, according to a message received by his parents Friday and dated at Arlington, Va., last...

Obituaries > ROOT, LAWRENCE M.

FALLBROOK – Lawrence M. Root, 75, died Sunday, Oct. 8, 2000, in Fallbrook. Born Oct. 12, 1924, in Hollywood, he lived in Fallbrook. He worked for the Los Angeles Police Department, retiring after 25 years. He served as a corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps during...

Obituaries > ROSE, RICHARD H.

Madison/Chippewa Falls — Rose, Richard “Dick” H., loving Father and Grandfather, age 91, passed away peacefully Saturday, November 14, 2015. In his words, he was a “working man” since the age of 9. Dick worked on several farms in the New Glarus area during his...

Obituaries > ROSEN, CHARLES, JR.

Charles Rosen, Jr. [March 6, 1990], age 77. Beloved husband of Lois; loving father of Sharon, Michael, Joseph, Maria, Martin, Annette Altherr, Helen Wallo, Stephen, Charlotte and Lisa; dear brother of Mary Burja, John, Ann Sampsel and George; 19 grandchildren....

Obituaries > ROSENCRANS, PAUL C.

Paul C. Rosencrans, 73, of Rice Lake, died July 21 [1996] at his home. Funeral services will be this Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Jarocki Funeral Home in Rice Lake, with Rev. Burley McDonald officiating. Private interment with full military rites will be on Thursday in...

Obituaries > ROSENQUIST, RUDOLPH G.

FAIRHOPE, Ala. — Rudolf “Rudy” Rosenquist, an artist and lover of history, and a longtime friend to many of Fairhope’s best-known personalities, died Monday, March 1, 2010. He was 86. “He was one of the ‘old guard,’ you might...

Obituaries > ROSPOCH, CHESTER J.

Chester Joseph “Chet” Rospoch, 85, of Casa Grande died March 23, 2007 at RTA Hospice House. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at J. Warren Funeral Services, Cole & Maud The Gardens Chapel, with rosary recited at 6. Funeral Mass will be...

Obituaries > ROSS, HAROLD C., JR.

A funeral will be held today for Harold C. Ross Jr. of Lynn, owner of M. C. Heald & Co., a package store in that city. Mr. Ross died Wednesday [April 28, 1993] at Union Hospital in Lynn after a brief illness. He was 71. Born in Baltimore, Mr. Ross was a 1940...

Obituaries > ROSS, THEODORE S.

Theodore “Ted” S. Ross of Stockton passed away in Stockton on May 2, 2007 at the age of 88. Mr. Ross was born in New York on March 18, 1919. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1937 – 1945, during World War II. He belonged to the Teamsters Union,...

Obituaries > ROTHBERG, MAURICE

Maurice Rothberg, 91, native of Paterson, passed on March 28, 2012 in Florida from natural causes. Former Golden Glove boxer, WWII Marine Raider and later served in the Army’s 82nd Airborne until retirement.

Obituaries > ROUBIDEAUX, ROBERT W.

SEATTLE (AP) – An Everett man died Friday [April 1, 1960] from injuries suffered in a March 22 automobile accident, in which his 13-year-old son and the driver of the other car were killed. The third victim was Robert W. Roubideaux, 39. Killed when the cars collided...

Obituaries > ROUNDS, GEORGE M.

George M. Rounds, Jr., 84, died on Saturday, December 25, [2004] at The Bridge in Lawrenceville, Ga., where he had lived the last three years. Born in Detroit, Mich., he was raised in nearby Birmingham. He had lived in Westfield for many years before relocating to...

Obituaries > ROWAND, CHARLES A., III

A 50-year-old Haines City woman, Ruby Stevens, was in the intensive care unit at Lakeland General Hospital Friday night with multiple injuries suffered earlier in the day when she and her companion were thrown from a motorcycle on Interstate 4 east of U.S. 98. The...

Obituaries > ROWE, WILLIAM J.

Mr. William J. Rowe, aged 82 years, a 38-year Havertown resident, passed away Thursday, January 23, 2003 at Delaware County Hospital in Upper Darby, Pa. Mr. Rowe’s passing was very sudden. Mr. Rowe was the husband of Sara T. (nee McDevitt) Rowe. He was the...

Obituaries > ROWLAND, HENRY R.

Mr. Henry Ralph Rowland, a native of Bude, Mississippi and resident of Mobile, Alabama, died at a local hospital Saturday, September 1, 1973. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Billy Annison Rowland, Mobile; one son, Mr. David R. Rowland, Mobile; one sister, Mrs. Helen...

Obituaries > ROYAL, JOSEPH S., JR.

Joseph S. Royal, Jr., former Brownsville resident, died as a result of an automobile accident near Cleveland, Ohio, last Wednesday [September 18, 1946]. He is survived by his wife, Ruth, of Ohio; his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Royal, two sisters, Mrs....

Obituaries > ROYCE, JACK C.

Jack C. Royce [June 19, 1972], beloved husband of Helen; devoted father of Janet; fond son of Helen; beloved brother, brother-in-law and uncle. Services Thursday, 1 p.m., at Malec and Sons Funeral Home, 6000 N. Milwaukee Ave. Interment Ridgewood.

Obituaries > ROZGA, WALTER J.

GRAFTON—The body of Walter J. Rozga, who was killed in action at Tulagi, in the Solomon Islands August 7, 1942, arrived at the Russell D. Fulton Funeral Home this morning. Military services with Rev. Fr. P. J. Ferron, pastor of Immaculate Conception Church in Grafton...

Obituaries > RUBLE, RAYMOND R.

Raymond R. Ruble of Hainesport died Saturday, October 4th, 2008 at his residence. Mr. Ruble was a lifelong Hainesport resident and a longtime member of Our Lady Queen of Peace Church in Hainesport, where he was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Holy Name...

Obituaries > RUDKIN, BERNARD W.

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Eleven Iowans were listed as dead in a report of casualties announced Monday by the Navy Department. Seven others, all Marines, were listed as wounded. The War Department casualties included names of five Iowa men wounded in the Pacific. Navy Dead...

Obituaries > RUKUJZO, CHESTER P.

Chester Rukujzo [October 21, 1979], beloved husband of Carma, nee Montecalvo; loving father of Michael and Mark; loving brother of Eldora (Tony) Mikalonis, Lorraine (Joseph) Lelugas; fond uncle of many. Member of the Brother Rice Fathers Club and the Marine Corps...

Obituaries > RUMLER, DAVID T.

David Thomas Rumler, born August 19, 1920, in Jackson, Mich., died June 2, 2003, in Dallas. Memorial services are 9:30 AM, Sat. June 7, 2003, at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church, 4015 S. Hampton Rd., Dallas, TX. Jaynes Memorial Chapel, 811 South Cockrell Hill Road,...

Obituaries > RUNYON, EARL F.

Earl F. Runyon, 90, went home to be with his Lord on April 7, 2007. He was born December 16, 1916, in Cordell, OK, to James Tilmon and Rhoda Parmila (Byrd) Runyon. Earl served his country in World War II as 1st Lieutenant in the Marine Raiders (Carlson’s...

Obituaries > RUSHING, WINFRED E.

Winfred (Bill) Earl Rushing, age 83, of Aransas Pass, Texas was called to be with the Lord on Thursday, April 26, 2007. He was born December 6, 1923 in Healdton, Oklahoma to Will and Nelly Rushing, Grandson of David H. and Nancy Jane Cloer Rushing. He is preceded in...

Obituaries > RUSK, ARCHIE H.

Archie Howard Rusk, born Feb. 12, 1921, passed away Mar. 8, 2011. Mr. Rusk was preceded in death by his wife, Agnes. He is survived by one daughter: Susan E. Rusk; two sons: Randy H. Rusk and Larry D. Rusk; and one granddaughter: Jennifer D. Rusk. Funeral Services...

Obituaries > RUSS, ROBERT E.

DOVER — Robert E. Russ, 81, formerly of 3 Hawthorne St., Dover, died Sunday, July 22, 2001, at St. Ann Home, after a period of failing health. Born Jan. 6, 1920 in Rollinsford, he was the son of Alfred and Marion (Johnson) Russ. A veteran, he served in the United...

Obituaries > RUSSELL, BENJAMIN D., JR.

WINSTON-SALEM – Benjamin Dawson Russell Jr., 92, of New Smyrna Beach, FL died Thursday, April 6, 2017. He was born June 4, 1924 in Washington, DC, to Benjamin Dawson and Mary M. Russell. Mr. Russell served as an elite member of the U. S. Marine Raiders during...

Obituaries > RUSSELL, RAYMOND A.

Raymond A. Russell, Dec. 26, 2010. Age 89. U.S.M.C. Veteran. Devoted husband of the late Lorraine Russell, nee Brandt. Loving mother of the late Sharon Russell, Patty (David) Spivak, Marcia Russell, Late Raymond E. (Kim) Russell and Kathy (Jay) Mack. Cherished...

Obituaries > RUSSELL, RIMMEL L.

COTTAGE GROVE – A memorial service will be held Feb. 24 for R. Lee Russell of Cottage Grove, who died Feb. 21 [1996] of cancer. He was 71. Russell was born Nov. 3, 1924, in Rector, Ark., to Alfred and Edna Russell. He received economic and engineering degrees from...

Obituaries > RUSSO, JOHN J.

John J. Russo, 88, of Old Forge, died Tuesday [March 5, 2013] at Hospice Community Care, Dunmore. Born in Old Forge, son of the late Joseph and Dora DiAndriola Russo, John was a graduate of Montrose High School class of 1942. He was a World War II Marine Corps veteran...

Obituaries > RUSTVOLD, VERNON E.

Vernon E. Rustvold, 79, of 3013 6th Ave. S., a retired builder and Marine Corps veteran, died of natural causes on Tuesday [December 6, 2005] at Peace Hospice. Vernon built about 60 homes in Great Falls including his own home for his young family at the age of 22. He...

Obituaries > RUTH, GEORGE E.

George E. Ruth, 75, of Crystal Care Center on Sept. 11, 2000. Preceded in death by grandson, Steven Carpenter. Survived by children, Jeanne Landers (Jim), Ken Nelson (Pat), Bill Ruth (Pam), George Ruth (Linda), Marilynn Harris (Glen), Janice Asmus, Michelle...

Obituaries > RUTHERFORD, THOMAS P.

Seven more Mississippians have been reported by the Navy Department as killed in action. Five have been wounded, three in the Army and two Navy men. One is missing. Dead [May 25, 1945]: Thomas Perry Rutherford, USMCR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Scott Rutherford,...

Obituaries > RUTIZER, ROY A.

Rutizer, Roy A., age 78 of Tamarac, Florida died Saturday November 8, 2003. Mr. Rutizer was born in Chicago, Illinois and moved to Florida in 1970. He was a World War II veteran having enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps and eventually became a Marine Raider. After the...

Obituaries > RYAN, ALFRED J.

Alfred J. Ryan, 90, of Liverpool, passed away Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at the VA Medical Center, after battling Alzheimer’s for several years. He was born on Syracuse’s west side; he was a graduate of Syracuse University. He retired from Acme Market in...

Obituaries > RYAN, HARRY D.

Harry D. Ryan, 40, bartender at the New Press Club, Covington, was dead on arrival Tuesday [March 2, 1965] at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Death was attributed to a heart attack suffered at his home, 321 E. 16th St., Covington. Requiem High Mass will be at 9:15 a.m. Friday...

Obituaries > RYAN, JERRY C.

Jerry Clyde Ryan, 88, of Sun City West, AZ., was born in Muscatine, IA on Nov. 29, 1921, and died on Apr. 5, 2010 in Sun City, AZ. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and a sister. Surviving is his wife, Lillian C. Ryan; a son, Michael Ryan;...

Obituaries > RYMER, BARRY S.

SOUTH BEND – Barry S. Rymer, 82, of Alpharetta, Ga., formerly of South Bend, died Sunday [July 9, 2006] in Atlanta Hospice of natural causes. Survivors include two sons, Andrew of Alpharetta and Jeffrey of Nashville, Tenn.; a sister, Evelyn Pollyea of Mishawaka;...