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    NORTH LIMA -- Services will be at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday at Davis Funeral Home, Youngstown, for Clarence R. Booker, 97, of Caprice Health Care Center, formerly of Goshen Road, Salem, who died Friday afternoon in his residence.

    Mr. Booker was born Jan. 23, 1904, in Dunlevy, Pa., a son of Ralph and Phyliss Cowell Booker.

    He was a salesman at Worldwide Construction Co. of Youngstown for 20 years.  He was past president of the Commercial Industrial Organization.

    His wife, the former Katherine Ballentine, is deceased.

    Survivors include three sons, William F. and Robert P., both of Columbiana, and Clifford H. of Youngstown.

    A son, Ralph T., is deceased.

    Friends may call one hour before services at the funeral home.  Youngstown Vindicator, 2/18/01


Brenneman, Anna Goldie Fry  (See Fry, Anna Goldie)



    YOUNGSTOWN -- Services will be at 9 a.m. Saturday at Rossi Bros. Funeral Home, Boardman, and at 10 a.m. in Immaculate Conception Church for Philomena Cardarelli, 90, formerly of 446 Drake Ave., who died early today at Assumption Village.

    Mrs. Cardarelli was born Dec. 1, 1910, in Youngstown, a daughter of Anthony and Madeline Rondinelli Popio.

    She was an Avon representative for more than 20 years.  A member of the church and its Senior Citizens, she also served as Eucharistic minister and was a member of Sacred Heart Church Seniors.

    Her husband, Bernard, whom she married Jan. 25, 1927, died Oct. 28, 1965.

    She leaves three sons, Thomas B. of Poland, Anthony S. of Youngstown and Bill of Struthers; a brother, Joseph Popio of Girard; a sisiter, Antonette Calcagni of Poland; nine grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.

    Two brothers, Vincent and John Popio, and two sisters, Mary Pearce and Isabeli Tamburrini, are deceased.

    Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.  Youngstown Vindicator, 01/04/2001  



    Keysville-Ga.--Services were Jan. 13 (2001) at Bellevue Memorial Park, Grovertown, Ga., for Anna Goldie Fry, 106, of Keysville Nursing Home, Keysville, Ga., a native of East Lewistown, Ohio, who died Jan. 10 in the nursing home.

    Mrs. Fry was born Dec. 14, 1894, in East Lewistown, a daughter of Isaac and Rachel Berkey Brenneman.  She was a homemaker and a member of Calvary United Methodist Church in North Lima.

    She leaves a daughter, Betty Pruett of Blythe, Ga.; a sister, Roma Snyder of Victorsville, Calif.; 12 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; and 35 great-great grandchildren.

    Two sons, Veron L. and Owen J. Fry; a daughter, Joan D. Fry; a brother, Lawrence Brenneman; two grandsons; and a great-grandson are deceased.

    Arrangements in Georgia were by Elliot & Sons Funeral Home in Augusta.  Local arrangements were by Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home in Columbiana.  Youngstown Vindicator, 02/06/2001


Gerlach, Jeanne Shutrump (See Shutrump, Jeanne)



    SALEM -- Services will be at 3 p.m. Monday at Stark Memorial Funeral Home for Ray J. Hannay, 91, of 266 Hawley Avenue, who died Saturday morning in Salem Community Hospital.

    Mr. Hannay was born Feb. 6, 1910, in Salem, a son of Albert E. and Bessie Simpson Hannay.

    He was an advanced development mechanic at Lockheed Aircraft in Burbank, Calif., from 1952 to 1973.  He returned to Salem in 1975.

    He was a member of the Experimental Aircraft Association in Burbank.

    Besides his wife, the former Evelyn R. Albright, whom he married April 26, 1952, survivors include two sons, Ronnie of Salem and Paul of Tiffin; three daughters, Eva Rae Cody and Margaret Ann Garloch, both of Salem, and Mable Lou McLean of Damascus; 15 grandchildren; and 23 great-grandchildren.

    A brother, Ralph Hannay, and two sisters, Mabel Sertic and Margaret Roelen, are deceased.

    Friends may call one hour before services at the funeral home.  Youngstown Vindicator, 2/18/01



    CANFIELD -- Memorial services will be at 7 p.m. today in Canfield Presbyterian Church for Marion Emma Hutton Moffett, 91, of Dorothy Love Retirement Community, Sidney, Ohio, formerly of Canfield, who died Dec. 7 in the nursing home.

    Mrs. Moffett was born Feb. 22, 1909, in Southington, Conn., a daughter of Peter and Etta Ellrich Hutton.

    She served in pastorates with her husband in children's and women's ministries and was a Bible study director in North Dakota, Kentucky, Indiana, and Canfield.  They were also missionaries in Punjab, India, from 1938 to 1952.

    Her husband, Rev. Charles Hull Moffett, died Dec. 28, 1976.

    She leaves two daughters, Alice Louise Starkey of Black Mountain, N.C., and Marion E. Caldwell of Connersville, Ind.; three sons, Rev. Howard W. Moffett of Lexington, Ky., Rev. Dr. Chuck Moffett of Liberty, Ind.; 11 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.

    A sister, Ethel Burkhardt, is deceased.

    Contributions may be made to the Nurses Scholarship Fund, Francis Newton Hospital, Firozpur, India, in care of Canfield Presbyterian Church, 140 W. Main St., Canfield, Ohio, 44406-1481.  Youngstown Vindicator, 12/28/00 



    WARREN -- Private services were Wednesday at Lane Funeral Home, Mineral Ridge, for Elena G. Pop, 98, of Washington Square Nursing Home, who died Sunday in Forum Health Trumbull Memorial Hospital.

    Mrs. Pop was born Sept. 10, 1902, in Romania and came to the United States in 1925.  She worked for the Packard Electric Division of General Motors Corp. before retiring in 1968.

    She was a member of Romanian Resurrection Church.

    Her husband, Stephen J., is deceased.

    She leaves a son, Stephen L., with whom she made her home before moving to the nursing home; three grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

    A son, Traian J., and several brothers and sisters are deceased.

    Contributions may be made to Tod Avenue United Methodist Church.  Youngstown Vindicator, 12/28/00


Popio, Philomena Cardarelli (See Cardarelli, Philomena)



    SALEM -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Sunday at Fox Funeral Home, Boardman, for Jeanne Shutrump, 91, of 109 Blossom Lane, formerly of Youngstown, who died Thursday morning in Blossom Nursing Home.

    Mrs. Shutrump was born March 26, 1909, in Pittsburgh, a daughter of John and Anna Latner Gerlach, moving to Youngstown in 1931 and to Salem a year ago.

    She was a housewife who volunteered for many charities.

    Her husband, George J., Sr., whom she married in 1929, died in 1971.

    She leaves two sons, Al of Boardman and George J. Jr., Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; a daughter, Chris Korda of Toronto, Canada; a sister, Ann Fuellenwarth of Tucson, Ariz.; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

    A daughter, Jeanne Bord, three brothers, Lawrence, John and Claude Gerlach, and a sister, Marie Jackson, are deceased.

    Friends may call from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday and one hour before services Sunday at the funeral home.

    Contributions may be made to St. Dominic Church, 77 E. Lucius, Youngstown 44507, or the Salvation Army, 574 Mahoning Ave., Youngstown, Ohio 44502.  Youngstown Vindicator, 02/16/20



    YOUNGSTOWN -- Services will be at 11 a.m. Sunday in Commandment Keepers Temple for Osie M. Terrell, 104, of 371 W. Warren Ave., who died Christmas Day in St. Elizabeth Health Center.

    Mrs. Terrell was born April 19, 1896, in Talladega County, Ala., a daughter of Jeremiah and Ella V. Hatten Terrell, and came to the area in 1950.

    She was a homemaker and was a member and mother of the church.

    She leaves a daughter, Mattie P. Fulton, with whom she made her home; a son, Jerry L. Garrett of Youngstown; two sisters, Hattie M. Simmons and Edna Baker, both of Sandusky; a brother, Louis Terrell of Independence, Mo.; 17 grandchildren; 66 great-grandchildren; 90 great-great grandchildren; and one great-great-great-grandchild.

    Two daughters, Beulah Smoot and Evelyn Jackson; a son, John L. Garrett; three brothers, Columbus, Benjamin and J.C. Terrell; and four sisters, Dorothy Terrell, Beulah and Pearl Swain, and Ada V. Smith, are deceased.

    Friends may call one hour before the service in church.  Arrangements are by Mason Funeral Home.  Youngstown Vindicator, 12/28/00



     SALEM -- Private services will be at Emmanuel Lutheran Cemetery, New Springfield, for Albert Raymond Vaughn, 100, of 1262 S. Lincoln Ave., formerly of New Springfield and North Lima, who died early Thursday in Essex of Salem No. 1, where he had been a patient for five months.

     Mr. Vaughn was born Nov. 5, 1900, in Youngstown, a son of Clark and Anna Hailwood Vaughn, and lived most of his life in the New Springfield and North Lima areas, coming to Salem five months ago.  He retired in 1965 from the LTV Brier Hill Works after 30 years.

     His wife, the former Agnes M. Esterly, whom he married May 3, 1923, died in September 1988.

     He leaves two sons, Gordon V. Sr. of Salem and Richard of Seattle; eight grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.

     A son, Irvin, and two brothers, George and Thomas Vaughn, are deceased.

     Arrangements are by Arbaugh-Pearce-Greenisen Funderal Home, Salem.  Youngstown Vindicator, 02/16/2001