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Published: Fri, February 25, 2005 @ 12:00 a.m.



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& lt;B & gt;Earnestine Barnes, 76 & lt;BR & gt;

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YOUNGSTOWN & amp;#150; There will be funeral services at noon on Monday at the New Bethel Baptist Church for Earnestine Barnes, 76, who departed this life in the home of her daughter. & lt;BR & gt;

Mrs. Barnes was born Nov. 13, 1928 in Marion, Ala., a daughter of Jerry L. and Claudia Taylor Hill. She moved to Cassville, W.Va., as a child, where she met and married her husband. They came to Youngstown in July of 1968. & lt;BR & gt;

She was a lunch aide for the Youngstown schools, retiring in 1988. She was a member of the church, secretary of the Stella Bailey Missions, secretary of the Senior Adult Choir, secretary of the Senior Ministry and was on the Food Distribution Committee, the Kitchen Staff Committee and the clothing center. She was also a life member of the National Urban League. & lt;BR & gt;

Her husband, Clarence E. Barnes, executive director of the Youngstown Area Urban, whom she married Feb. 14, 1953, died June 16, 1982. & lt;BR & gt;

She leaves her children, Frank E. (Ritzetta) Barnes of Alliance and Bernard Barnes, Denise A. (Eugene) Carper, Arnett A. Barnes and Glenna S. Barnes, all of Youngstown; three sisters, LuAlma Lewis and Julia Tucker, both of Pittsburgh and her twin, Josephine Banks of Cassville; her mother-in-law, Mildred Kelly of Roanoke, Va., nine grandchildren, including Clarence J. Barnes at home, whom she helped rear; seven great-grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends. & lt;BR & gt;

Friends may call one hour prior to the service at the church. & lt;BR & gt;

Arrangements are being handled by the F.D. Mason Memorial Funeral Home.

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& lt;B & gt;Emerson P. Blauser, 95 & lt;BR & gt;

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YOUNGSTOWN & amp;#150; There will be funeral services at 11 a.m. Monday at the Davis Funeral Home for Emerson P. Blauser, 95, of Park Vista, who died Friday morning at the home. & lt;BR & gt;

Mr. Blauser was born April 1, 1909 in Baltimore, Ohio, a son of Otto Jacob and Nora Warner Blauser. & lt;BR & gt;

He graduated from Liberty Union High School and Ohio University. He taught at Woodrow Wilson High School for 38 years. & lt;BR & gt;

He was a life member of The State and Local Teacher Associations and a member of the Chatterbox Club. As a member of Pleasant Grove Church he served as an Elder, Trustee, Treasurer and former Superintendent of Sunday school. Four of his former Sunday school students became Presbyterian ministers. & lt;BR & gt;

His first wife, Grayce Knittle Blauser, whom he married in 1936, died July 7, 1979. & lt;BR & gt;

He is survived by his wife, the former Arada Jenkins Franklin, whom he married in 1980; a son, Paul Blauser of Oklahoma City; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. & lt;BR & gt;

He was preceded in death by a daughter, Elizabeth Ann; four brothers, Dwight, Richard, Otto and Fred Blauser; and a sister, Lois Brown. & lt;BR & gt;

Friends may call one hour prior to the service at the funeral home. & lt;BR & gt;

The family requests material contributions be made to the Church Memorial Fund, Pleasant Gove Presbyterian Church, 3919 Southern Blvd., Youngstown, OH 44512.

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& lt;B & gt;Dorothy Frey DeGarmo, 86 & lt;BR & gt;

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NEW CASTLE, PA. & amp;#150; Dorothy Frey DeGarmo, 86, formerly of Overlook Medical Clinic in New Wilmington, Pa., passed away Saturday at the clinic following an extended illness. & lt;BR & gt;

Dorothy was born Sept. 27, 1918 in New Castle to the late Clarence and Esther Maude Evans Frey. & lt;BR & gt;

Mrs. DeGarmo was a 1936 alumna of New Castle High School and attended what is now Slippery Rock University on a voice scholarship. & lt;BR & gt;

She was a secretary for more than 10 years at St. Mary Church of Mary, Mother of Hope Parish. In her earlier years, she had worked for Garrett Railroad Company. & lt;BR & gt;

She was an active member of St. Camillus Church in Neshannock Township and gave her time and talents to many committees within the church and in her community. & lt;BR & gt;

Dorothy was the heart of the family and will be greatly missed by all of those who felt her love. She will be remembered for being so giving and hopeful, yet so very practical, and for the courage and dignity she displayed during this final illness. & lt;BR & gt;

Her beloved husband, John & amp;#147;Jack & amp;#148; DeGarmo, whom she married Feb. 10, 1943, passed away July 24, 1989. & lt;BR & gt;

Dorothy is survived by her loving daughter, Judith and husband Robert Gilroy of Thiensville, Wis.; and her devoted son, John Patrick DeGarmo of New Castle. She was the proud grandma of six grandchildren, Laurie Gilroy Schmitt and husband Michael, Trish DeGarmo Slagle and husband Ehren, Patrick DeGarmo, Maureen DeGarmo, Traci DeGarmo and Dennis DeGarmo. She also leaves three great-grandchildren, Caitlin, Benjamin and Meghan Schmitt, whom she adored; two sisters, Thelma Edds and Esther Robinson of California; her dear sister-in-law, Mary Ann DeGarmo Cleary of Niles; and many nieces and nephews. & lt;BR & gt;

Besides her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by two brothers, Elmer and Raymond Frey. & lt;BR & gt;

A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated Tuesday at St. Camillus Church. The Rev. Philip Farrell officiated. & lt;BR & gt;

Burial followed at Oak Park Cemetery. & lt;BR & gt;

Memorial contributions may be made in her name to the Meals on Wheels program, 240 W. Grant St., New Castle, PA 16101. & lt;BR & gt;

Arrangements were handled by the J. Bradley McGonigle Memorial Home, Inc., 111 W. Falls St., New Castle, PA 16101.

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& lt;B & gt;Nancy C. Powers Driscoll & lt;BR & gt;

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AUSTINTOWN & amp;#150; Services will be Monday at 10 a.m. at the Higgins-Reardon Funeral Home, Austintown Chapel, and at 10:30 a.m. at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church for Nancy C. Powers Driscoll who passed away Thursday afternoon in Boardman at the home of her son and daughter-in-law. & lt;BR & gt;

Nancy was born Aug. 25, 1929 in Tiffin, the daughter of Jeffrey A. and Martha Swinehart Powers. & lt;BR & gt;

A 1948 graduate of South High School, she had worked at Buckeye Pontiac as a secretary, and as a teller at the Metropolitan Savings and Loan, and later as a dental assistant. She was a member of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, its Altar and Rosary Society, Senior Citizens, and had served as Lector and Eucharistic Minister. She was a member of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, and had been a longtime member of the Wednesday Night Card Club since 1962. She was also an over 40-year member of the Msgr. Mears Council No. 3930 of the Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary. & lt;BR & gt;

Her husband, James P. Driscoll Sr., whom she married Sept. 7, 1957, died Aug. 27, 1999. & lt;BR & gt;

She is survived by four sons, James Patrick Jr. of Columbus, Jeffrey J. and wife, Liana, of Boardman, David Allen and wife, Melissa, of Columbus and Tim M. and wife, Brenda, of Chagrin Falls; and three grandchildren, Daniel J., Shannon M. and Jason P. Driscoll. & lt;BR & gt;

Friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday at the Higgins-Reardon Home, Austintown Chapel. & lt;BR & gt;

The family requests that material tributes take the form of donations to the Immaculate Heart of Mary Capital Fund. & lt;BR & gt;

This obituary may be viewed and condolences sent at & lt;U & gt;www.higgins-reardon.com & lt;/U & gt;.

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& lt;B & gt;Anna M. Braun Evans, 90 & lt;BR & gt;

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NILES & amp;#150; & amp;#160;Anna M. Braun Evans, 90, of 425 Seneca St., died Thursday at Forum Health Trumbull Memorial Hospital in Warren. & lt;BR & gt;

She was born Nov. 1, 1914 in Liesenring, Pa., the daughter of John and Martha Szepesi Danyi. & lt;BR & gt;

Anna was a ward secretary at St. Joseph Riverside Hospital for 10 years, retiring in 1978. She was a member of the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church in Niles and enjoyed reading, knitting and crocheting. & lt;BR & gt;

Her first husband, Steve Braun, whom she married Aug. 22, 1935, died March 10, 1962. Her second husband, Calvin Evans, whom she married March 29, 1978, died May 5, 1980. & lt;BR & gt;

She will be missed by her daughter, Martha Pallante and husband Robert of Amherst; six grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. & lt;BR & gt;

She was preceded in death by a daughter, Patty Wiltrout; seven sisters, Elizabeth Saltesz, Margaret Vargo, Mary Strah, Martha Yannucci, Emma Yannucci, Ethel Danyi and Helen Rose; and two brothers, Steve and John Danyi. & lt;BR & gt;

Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Joseph Rossi Funeral Home in Niles, where the Mt. Carmel Bereavement Ministry will conduct 3:30 p.m. prayers. & lt;BR & gt;

There will be a Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Niles, preceded by a 9 a.m. prayer service at the funeral home. & lt;BR & gt;

Burial will be at St. Stephen Cemetery in Niles. & lt;BR & gt;

Material contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association c/o the funeral home. & lt;BR & gt;

Arrangements are being handled by the Joseph Rossi Funeral Home in Niles. & lt;BR & gt;

Condolences may be sent at & lt;U & gt;www.josephrossifuneralhome.com & lt;/U & gt;.

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& lt;B & gt;Juanita Diggins Franklin, 68 & lt;BR & gt;

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YOUNGSTOWN & amp;#151; Juanita Diggins Franklin, 68, departed this life Sunday at Forum Health Trumbull Memorial Hospital of an extended illness. & lt;BR & gt;

She was born May 5, 1936 in Bessemer, Ala., the daughter of Frank and Ethel Bailey Diggins, and came to this area in 1954. & lt;BR & gt;

Mrs. Franklin was a SPD Technician for Forum Health for 28 years, retiring in 1997. & lt;BR & gt;

A 1952 graduate of Dunbar High School, she was a member of the Greater Friendship Baptist Church, where she was on the Mothers Board. She also belonged to The Duchess Club, The Originals and enjoyed traveling. & lt;BR & gt;

She leaves to mourn two sons, Vincent (Linda Carter) Atwood of Youngstown and John R. (Dawne) Franklin Jr. of Columbus; a daughter, Helen (Arthur) Franklin-Ward of Youngstown; a brother, Earnest (Gussie) Diggins of Dayton; three sisters, Jessie Duncan of Youngstown, Rosie Wilson of Bessemer and Lois Gilmore of Birmingham, Ala.; 12 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. & lt;BR & gt;

She was preceded in death by her husband, John R. Franklin Sr.; a brother, Cleveland Diggins; two sisters, Aries Bailey and Louella Fields; and a grandchild, Jon & amp;#146;tae Franklin. & lt;BR & gt;

Calling hours are from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the Sterling-McCullough Williams Funeral Chapel in Youngstown. & lt;BR & gt;

There will be funeral services at 11 a.m. Monday at the Greater Friendship Baptist Church.

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& lt;B & gt;Margaret Rita McCauley, 95 & lt;BR & gt;

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YOUNGSTOWN & amp;#150; Services will be Monday at 9:45 a.m. at the Higgins-Reardon Funeral Home, Austintown Chapel, and at 10:30 a.m. at St. Dominic Church for Margaret Rita McCauley, 95, of Tarpon Springs, Fla., formerly of Youngstown, who passed away Wednesday evening at Westchester Gardens Rehabilitation and Care Center in Tarpon Springs. & lt;BR & gt;

Margaret was born Feb. 20, 1910 in East Palestine, the daughter of John and Mary Berry Sanderbeck. & lt;BR & gt;

She had worked as a bookkeeper at the Fithian-Falk Contracting Company and was a former member of St. Dominic Church. & lt;BR & gt;

Her husband, Charles C. McCauley, whom she married Feb. 1, 1936, died Sept. 28, 1972. & lt;BR & gt;

She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Mary and John Bono with whom she had made her home in Tarpon Springs; three grandchildren, Mary Jo McCauley, Catherine Ruscitti and Tony Bono; and a great-granddaughter, Hanna Marie Ruscitti. & lt;BR & gt;

Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Charles McCauley; and two brothers, John and Thomas Sanderbeck. & lt;BR & gt;

Friends may call from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. & lt;BR & gt;

This obituary may be viewed and condolences sent at & lt;U & gt;www.higgins-reardon.com & lt;/U & gt;.

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& lt;B & gt;Howard Charles Rempes Jr., 89 & lt;BR & gt;

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YOUNGSTOWN & amp;#150; There will be memorial services at 2 p.m. Sunday at the John Knox Presbyterian Church, 1806 Market St. in Youngstown, for Howard Charles Rempes Jr., 89, who died Wednesday at Park Vista Retirement Community. & lt;BR & gt;

He was born Nov. 28, 1915 in Youngstown, the son of the late Howard Charles and Ruby Sheets Rempes. & lt;BR & gt;

He was a 1934 graduate of The Rayen School, where he was a member of The Rayen Band. He was a 1938 graduate of Youngstown College, where he was a cheerleader, played in the orchestra, enjoyed dramatics, was editor of the Jambar, and was a member of Sigma Delta Beta. He was awarded the Y.C. pin, organized a band to play at basketball games and was a cheerleader at the first Youngstown College football game. & lt;BR & gt;

Following graduation, he worked at the YMCA During WWII, he was a First Lieutenant, serving in England and France as a photo officer in the 9th Air Force Troop Carrier Command. After the war, he joined the Community Chest of Youngstown as public relations director. & lt;BR & gt;

In 1946, he went to WKBN Radio as promotion manager and photographer. With the arrival of television, he became television production supervisor. He was the cameraman on the first program ever televised in Youngstown. & lt;BR & gt;

In 1955, he joined Brice Productions as cinematographer. He was an instructor in photography and commercial art at Youngstown State University. & lt;BR & gt;

In 1958, he became executive director of the Mahoning County Medical Society and served in this capacity for 23 years, retiring in 1981. & lt;BR & gt;

He was a member of the John Knox Presbyterian Church, having served as deacon, elder and trustee. He was past president of the Association of County Medical Executives and an affiliate member of the Ohio State Medical Association and the American Medical Association. He was past president of the Youngstown University Alumni Association, and had served as treasurer of the Board of Goodwill Industries. He was a member of the Warren Photographic Society and won a number of awards for his photography, exhibiting at the Butler Art Institute, the annual Northeast Ohio Photo Shows, the Mill Creek Park Shows and the Canfield Fair Shows. & lt;BR & gt;

He leaves his wife of 56 years, the former Eleanor Grince, and two sons, Charles of Lowman, Idaho, and Richard of San Diego. & lt;BR & gt;

Memorial tributes may be made in his name to the Life Care Fund of Park Vista Retirement Community, 1310 Fifth Ave., Youngstown, OH 44504. & lt;BR & gt;

Arrangements are being handled by the Thompson Funeral Home.

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& lt;B & gt;Annmarie Santucci, 64 & lt;BR & gt;

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YOUNGSTOWN & amp;#150; Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at St. Dominic Church for Annmarie Santucci, 64, who died Wednesday evening. & lt;BR & gt;

Annmarie was born Feb. 12, 1941 in Youngstown, a daughter of Matthew and Rachel DeMario Flower. & lt;BR & gt;

She was a Cardinal Mooney graduate and a homemaker. She was a member of the church and had a deep love for her church. & lt;BR & gt;

She leaves her son, Nicholas A., with whom she made her home, and a brother, Donald Flower of Hudson. & lt;BR & gt;

She was preceded in death by her parents and a son, Matthew Michael. & lt;BR & gt;

Friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday at the Fox Funeral Home in Boardman.

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& lt;B & gt;Marian I. Snyder, 82 & lt;BR & gt;

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TIPP CITY & amp;#151; There will be services at 11 a.m. Monday at the Anstrom-Velker Funeral Home, 75 E. Midlothian Blvd.in Youngstown, for Marian I. Snyder, 82, of 715 Beechwood Dr., formerly of Bancroft Avenue in Youngstown, who died Thursday morning at SpringMeade Health Center in Tipp City. & lt;BR & gt;

She was born Dec. 26, 1922 in Youngstown, a daughter of Robert and Anna Golden Patterson. & lt;BR & gt;

She was a waitress at Moore & amp;#146;s Tavern and retired as a cashier at Youngstown State University. She was a member of the Women & amp;#146;s Democratic Society and was involved with numerous elections. & lt;BR & gt;

Mrs. Snyder & amp;#146;s husband, Merrell, whom she married Aug. 30, 1940, died Aug. 29, 1989. & lt;BR & gt;

She is survived by a son, Larry (Tara) Snyder of Tipp City; two daughters, Marilyn Campbell of Warren and Charlene (Frank) Baran of Boardman; 10 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. & lt;BR & gt;

Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by a son, Raymond; four brothers, Robert, Don, Thomas and William Patterson; and a sister, Margaret Crooks. & lt;BR & gt;

Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, 75 E. Midlothian Blvd. in Youngstown, and one hour prior to the service on Monday.

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& lt;B & gt;Sida & amp;#147;Tillie & amp;#148; C. Turnbull, 77 & lt;BR & gt;

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CAMPBELL & amp;#150; Sida & amp;#147;Tillie & amp;#148; C. Turnbull, 77, of 117 Gordon Ave., died Thursday afternoon at Forum Health Northside Medical Center. & lt;BR & gt;

Mrs. Turnbull was born July 20, 1927 in West Pittsburgh, Pa., a daughter of Dan and Christina Bugar Alden. She was raised in West Pittsburgh and later resided in Campbell. & lt;BR & gt;

A graduate of New Castle High School, she enjoyed cooking and watching sports. & lt;BR & gt;

She leaves her husband, John & amp;#147;Bill & amp;#148; Turnbull Sr., whom she married July 1, 1955; a daughter, Beverly (Tom) Armeni of Campbell; five sons, George Cionni of New Castle, Pa., John (Debbie) & amp;#147;Buck & amp;#148; Turnbull Jr. of Canfield, Bobby Turnbull and Brad (Lisa) Turnbull, both of Campbell, and Mark (Paula) Turnbull of Poland; two sisters, Allie (Fred) Stelder of New Castle and Rose Zippola of Cleveland; two brothers, Dan (Francis) Alden and George (Gail) Alden, both of New Castle; 13 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. & lt;BR & gt;

She was preceded in death by her parents; a daughter, Judith (John) Bumgartner; a sister, Ruth Podolan; and five brothers, Mike, Trehon, Alexander, Willie and Robert Alden. & lt;BR & gt;

Friends may call from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Davidson-Becker Funeral Home in Struthers. & lt;BR & gt;

There will be no funeral services. & lt;BR & gt;

Condolences may be sent at & lt;U & gt;www.beckerobits.com & lt;/U & gt;.

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