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4B Friday, November 1, 2002 The Journal News WP. Communities HUDSON VALLEY Fence to block access to deadly railroad shortcut Move seeks to thwart foot-crossings where 11 have died since '85 Blair Craddock The Journal News CLARKSTOWN A deadly shortcut across railroad tracks where people have died since 1985 will be blocked with an antitrespasser fence, Sen. Charles Schumer and NJ Transit officials announced yesterday. The 8-foot fence is designed to be impossible to climb and too tough to cut. Schumer, called the fencing the "cheapest and best solution" to prevent more deaths at the tracks.

"These are avoidable deaths, of- more information call (914) OSSINING De Yongh, Rose (Nee Redding) 93, of Ossining, formerly of Port Washington, NY, died October 29, 2002. PELHAM Witz, Vera Mildred 88, of Pelham, NY, died October 29, 2002. Arrangements by Pelham Funeral Home, Pelham, NY, (914)738-1060 RIVER Styslinger, William Casper 81, of Pearl River, NY, died October 29, 2002. Arrangements by Wyman-Fisher Funeral Home, Pearl River, (845)735-2161 PEEKSKILL Pisanello, Rose M. 87, of Peekskill, NY, on October 28, 2002.

Arrangements by Joseph F. Nardone Funeral Home, Peekskill, (914)737-1363 PORT CHESTER Kelley, Carmella of Spring Hill, FL, died on October 19, 2002. Liptak, Barbara Burke of Port Chester. Died Sunday, October 27, 2002. Ar-rangements by Fred D.

Knapp and Son Funeral Home, Greenwich, CT. 203-869-0315 PUTNAM VALLEY Richter, Max H. 88, died October 28, 2002. Arrangements by Heritage Fu-neral Home, (845)526-3000. PURCHASE Estrella, Aurelia 94, of Purchase.

Died October 30, 2002. Arrangements by McMahon, Lyon Hart-nett Funeral Home, White Plains. 914-949-7777 SOMERS Amato, Josephine M. of Granite Springs, NY, on October 29, 2002. Arrangements by Burr Davis Sharpe Funeral Home, Mt.

Vernon, (914)699-4010 WAPPINGERS FALLS Dickinson, Frederick Avery 87, of Wappingers Falls, formerly of Carmel, NY, died October 30, 2002. Arrangements by Adams-Cordovano Funeral Home, Carmel. (845)225-2144 WHITE PLAINS Bruyn-Turner, Frances S. 73, died October 29, 2002. Arrangements by Cabot Funeral Home, Woodstock, Vermont.

(802)457-1222 YONKERS Bartko, Arthur F. 69, of Yonkers, died October 31, 2002. Arrangements by Flynn Memorial Home, Yonkers. (914)963-5178 Sarich, Eva 86, of West Harrison, NY, formerly of Yonkers, died on October 31, 2002. Arrangements by Whalen Ball, Yonkers, (914)965-5488 Scelza, AnnaMarie 66, of Yonkers.

Died October 30, 2002. Arrangements by F. Ruggiero Sons, Yonkers. 1-888-375-1400. Zengen, Patricia (nee Faye) 51, of Yonkers.

Died October 28, 2002. Arrangements by Whalen Ball Funeral Home, Yonkers. (914) 965-5488. Zito, Virginia 84, of Yonkers, died October 30, 2002. Arrangements by Coxe Graziano Funeral Home, Mamaroneck.

(914)698-5968 ten of young people," he said. "Every one of them leaves family, leaves friends, leaves pain in their wake." He said the fence, which will extend three-quarters of a mile from Dutch Lane to New Clarkstown Road, could be installed by Christmas. Yesterday's announcement culminated an effort that began after the most recent fatality on July 18, 2001, when Geovany Roca-Duarte, 28, was struck by an eastbound train. Three of the people struck on the tracks, which separate residential Lawrence Street in Clarkstown and commercial Route 59 in Spring Valley, have been teen-agers. A week after Roca-Duarte's death, Clarkstown Supervisor Charles Holbrook wrote to NJ Transit officials, asking that a fence be installed.

Schumer first visited the tracks Obituaries 694-5147. Obituaries are available Vogel, Erna 88, of Johnstown, PA. Died October 27, 2002. Arrangements by William T. Hindman Funeral Home, Johnstown, PA.

814-536-1770 CONNECTICUT Sciascia, Lee N. 68, of Brookfield, CT. Died October 24, 2002. Arrangements by Cornell Memorial Home, Danbury, CT. 203-748-4833 AMATO, JOSEPHINE M.

Josephine M. Amato of Granite Springs, NY, on October 29, 2002. Josephine was born January 23, 1921 to Michael and Rose Fanelli in NYC, NY. Josephine married Anthony Amato October 22, 1950 at St. Joseph's Church in New Rochelle, NY.

Josephine was a member of the LeAmiche Lodge in Yonkers. She was predeceased by her husband Anthony in September of 1995. Josephine is survived by five sons, Michael, brother Gabriel Mary Amato, T.O.R. (James), Anthony, Robert and Steven, two daughters Agnese and Alice, two brothers Frank and Daniel Fanelli. Also survived by seven grandchildren Jessica, Marie, Michael, Sarah, Agnese, Joshua and Reid.

Predeceased by a brother Michael. Friends may call the funeral home on Thursday and Friday 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of Char Carmel Church Saturday at 10 am. In lieu of flowers, donations to the American Cancer Society would be appreciated. BURR DAVIS SHARPE FUNERAL HOME 584 Gramatan Ave, Mt.

Vernon (914) 699-4010 Honored Provider ANDREWS, ANGELIKI Angeliki Andrews, 74, of Mt. Vernon, died on October 31, 2002. Beloved wife of Dennis. Loving mother of Effie Nakos and Chris Andritsopoulos. Dear sister of Helen Vlahos.

Cherished mother-inlaw of Stacey Andritsopoulos. Grandmother of Angeliki Nakos-Parashis and her husband Yanni Parashis, Niko Nakos, Kristina and Demetria Andritsopoulos, and great grandmother to Anastasia and Effrosini Parashis. Angeliki was born on August 15, 1928 in Greece to Antonios and Argyro Mavroede. The family will receive friends at the WESTCHESTER FUNERAL HOME, INC, Eastchester, Saturday and Sunday 24 and 7-9 pm. Funeral Service Monday, November 4, at 10 am at Holy Trinity Church, New Rochelle, NY.

Interment to follow at Mt. Hope Cemetery. BARTKO, ARTHUR F. Of Yonkers, died October 31, 2002. He was 69.

Arthur served in the Navy for 2 years and the naval reserves for 4 years and worked as a plumber with Local 209 for 20 years. He is survived by his beloved wife, 3 loving children and 3 grandchildren. There will be a Funeral Mass at St. Eugene's Church, Yonkers, on Saturday at 11AM. Interment will follow at St.

Joseph's Cemetery. with NJ Transit officials in January, after Holbrook and other state and local officials had held a series of meetings with railroad representatives to ask that a fence, or a safe pedestrian crossing, be built. NJ Transit Executive Director George Warrington said yesterday that the railroad would pay for the fence. That was the first time an NJ Transit official had said the railroad would be willing to put up a barrier at the site. Warrington, who has headed NJ Transit since May, said the stretch of track along Lawrence Street has been one of the three worst hot spots for pedestrian fatalities in NJ Transit's commuter rail system in the past 10 years.

He said the site would be one of the first two trouble spots fenced off under a new, $1 million-a-year program. The other site is next to a school in Perth Amboy, N.J. Fencing will be installed along the entire north side of the railroad tracks. An additional 400-foot stretch of fence will be installed along the south side of the tracks, behind a McDonald's restaurant parking lot where people often climb onto the tracks to cross to Lawrence Street, said Frank Vacca, chief engineer for NJ Transit. Schumer showed off a swatch of the fence at the news conference "I come from Brooklyn, and we climbed a lot of fences as kids," the senator said.

He said the proposed fence would be virtually impossible to climb. "You can't get a grip on it," Schumer said, showing a reporter that the fence had holes too small for a sneaker toe, and too sharpedged for fingers. online Search by name CAPARCO, ANTHONY Anthony Caparco, an exceptionally devoted husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather passed peacefully at home, at the age of 93, surrounded by family and friends. Anthony was born on May 29, 1909 in Palena, Italy to Gaetano and Elvira (Faussone) Caparco. His family immigrated to New York and he was educated in Italy and Yonkers Public Schools and later educated to become an engineer of industrial heating systems.

Anthony was a veteran of the Civilian Conservation Corps, and a dedicated member of the Palenese Society in Yonkers. Anthony married Catherine (Kay) Cannone on June 25, 1939. They became the devoted parents to Carol Burke (husband James) and Dorinda Cataldo husband Thomas). Seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren and an extended family of nieces, nephews, -law and friends survive him. He was predeceased by his loving wife Kay and his brother Vincent.

Anthony was a master craftsperson in carpentry, masonry, welding and gardening. He was a lover of nature and animals and an avid canoeist, fisherman and bocce player. Anthony touched the lives of everyone around him with his kindness, compassion, patience and gentle nature. He was a wise sage and even strangers would be drawn to him. Anthony retired with his wife in 1975 to Florida where they became active in the community.

He moved back to New York in 1997. A funeral service will be celebrated on November 2 at 1 pm, at St. Joseph's Church, Croton Falls. Friends may call at Cargain Funeral Home, Route 6, Mahopac on Friday, November 1, 24 and 7-9 pm. An entombment memorial service will be held at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Valhalla on November 6, at 12 noon.

Contributions in memory may be made to the Putnam Humane Society and the Women's Resource Center. CARGAIN FUNERAL HOMES, INC 418 Route 6, Mahopac, NY (845) 628-5655 Ossining, formerly of Port Washington, NY, died on October 29, 2002. She is survived by her children, Margaret of Pleasantville and Don of Phoenix; many nieces and nephews including Doris Kenny (James), John Smith (Nancy), Jean Milk Betty Clyde. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Hospice Care, 34 Bedford Mount Kisco, NY 10549 or The Bethel Nursing Home, Ossining, NY 10562. DEYONGH, ROSE (NEE REDDING) Rose DeYongh, 93, of DICKINSON, FREDERICK AVERY Frederick Avery Dickinson of Wappingers Falls, formerly of Carmel, NY died October 30, 2002.

at his residence. He was 87. He was born March 21, 1915 in Brewster, NY, to George E. and Sarah Blainey Dickinson. He was a WWII Naval Officer on the USS Massachusetts Battleship and was a New York State Supreme Court Judge retiring in 1992.

He was an avid fisherman and hunter who loved his family very much. His three daughters, Sally Budreau, Susan Dazi and Cindy DeLee survive him. Also survived by one sister Grace Decker and eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Predeceased by one brother George Dickinson and one grandson Patrick Burke. Visiting will be on Thursday from 7-9 pm and Friday 24 and 7-9 pm at AdamsCordovano Funeral Home, 15 Church Street (off Route 6), Carmel.

A Funeral Service will be on Saturday 11 am at the Funeral Home. Interment Raymond Hill Cemetery. ADAMS-CORDOVANO FUNERAL HOME 15 Church Street, Carmel (845) 225-2144 EPHRAIM, LILLIAN HINES Lillian Hines Ephraim of Mt. Vernon, on October 26, at Mt. Vernon Hospital.

Calling hours, Saturday, November 2, from 9-10 AM. Service at 10:00 AM at Lee 0. Wood Funeral Home, 23 E. 2nd Mt. Vernon, NY.

Interment, Oakland Cemetery, Yonkers, NY. ESTRELLA, AURELIA Mrs. Aurelia Estrella, 94, of Purchase, NY, died October 30, 2002 after a four week illness of a stroke and congestive heart failure. She was born in 1908 in Puerto Rico to Nicomedes Gonzalez and Juaquin Avila both deceased. Mrs.

Estrella, nee Gonzalez, is predeceased by her husband. She is survived by a daughter Mrs. Eva Rioseco of Purchase, three grandchildren Alicia Coash, George Rioseco III, Dr. Robert Rioseco and eight great-grandchildren. Mrs.

Estrella was a member of Senior Citizens, W. Harrison, NY and St. Anthony of Padua, W. Harrison. She lived in Purchase for 20 years.

Mrs. Estrella was a housewife. Visitation Friday 69 pm at. McMahon, Lyon Hartnett Funeral Home. Mass Saturday 10:30 am at St.

Anthony of Padua Church, W. Harrison. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Port Chester. In lieu of flowers, donations to St.

Anthony of Padua Church, W. Harrison. MCMAHON, LYON HARTNETT FUNERAL HOME 491 Mamaroneck Avenue White Plains (914) 949-7777 OBITUARY NOTICE The Journal News publish- To place a paid Obituary paid Obituaries of people Notice, Card of Thanks, In es who have lived, worked or Memoriam, Special Notice have family in Westchester, or Lodge Notice, please call Putnam or Rockland (914) 694-5147 prior to the Counties. day of publication. Hours: Funeral homes may sub- to Monday mit Obituaries until through Saturday.

Sunday: for the next day's edition. to New also Both action Spring fence as ing shout done do Reach or Holbrook said yesterday that a sidewalk also would be built along Lawrence Street to improve safety. State Sen. Thomas Morahan, R- City, and Assemblyman Alexander Gromack, D-Congers, attended the news conference. praised Schumer for taking to get a fence built at the site.

For Edgar Flores, who works, in Valley as a cabdriver, the can't be built too soon. Flores, driving past on Lawrence the news conference was breakup, slowed to honk his horn and that something needed to be about the railroad tracks. "People have gotten killed there," Flores said. "They never anything about it." Peter Journal News Sen. Charles Schumer, stands yesterday along the railroad tracks in Spring Valley where a protective fence will be erected.

For DEATH NOTICES CARMEL Schupp, Lynn 66, of Carmel, died Sun.October 27, 2002. Arrangements by Fred D. Knapp Son Funeral Home, Green-wich, CT. (203)869-0315 CROTON ON HUDSON Dean, Ellen C. 95, of Croton-on-Hudson, died October 30, 2002.

Arrangements by Ballard-Durand Funeral Home, White Plains. (914)949-0566 EASTCHESTER Petruccelli, Elizabeth "Betty" 70, of Eastchester. Died October 28, 2002. Arrangements by Westchester Funeral Home, Eastchester. (914) 337-4585.

HAWTHORNE Marsh, William I. (Bill) 77, of Hawthorne, NY, died October 30, 2002. Arrangements by Hawthorne Funeral Home. Hawthorne, (914)769-4404 IRVINGTON Martin, Elizabeth (Reilly) of Hendersonville, NC, formerly of Irvington, NY, died on October 28, 2002. MAHOPAC Caparco, Anthony 93, of Mahopac.

Arrangements by Cargain Funeral Homes, Inc, Mahopac, NY, (845)628-5655 MAMARONECK Maximo, Maria R. 66, of Harrison, NJ, for-merly of Carmel. Died October 30, 2002. Arrangements by Coxe and Graziano Funeral Home, Mamaroneck. 914-698-5968 Rosen, Abraham B.

78, of Mamaroneck, died October 30, 2002. Arrangements by Zion Memorial Chapel, Mamaroneck. (914)381-1809 MIDDLETOWN Racanelli, Peter W. Peter W. Racanelli of Middletown, NY, formerly of Port Chester, died October 29, 2002.

MT. VERNON Andrews, Angeliki 74, of Mt. Vernon, died October 31, 2002. Arrangements by Westchester Funeral Home, Inc, Eastchester, (914)337-4585 Ephraim, I Lillian Hines of Mount Vernon. Died October 26, 2002.

Arrangements by Lee 0. Wood Funeral Home, Mt. Vernon (914) 699-1199. Goldsmith, Earl of Mount Vernon, passed Wednesday October 30, 2002. Arrangements by Camelot Funeral Home, Mt.

Vernon, (914)664-8500 Hoyte-Lyles, Helen G. Mt. Vernon. Died October 28, 2002. Arrangements by Wiley Primm Memorial Home, Mt.

Vernon. (914) 668-0422. NEW ROCHELLE Klemann, N. Robert of New Rochelle, died October 30, 2002. Arrangements by Lloyd Maxcy Funeral Home, New Rochelle, (914)632-2700 N.WHITE PLAINS Caixeiro, Antonio S.

88, of North White Plains, died October 30, 2002. Arrangements by McMahon, Lyon Hartnett Funeral Home, Inc, White Plains, (914)949-7777 Blair Craddock at or 845-578-2444. date CAIXEIRO, ANTONIO S. Antonio S. Caixeiro, a North White Plains resident since 1954 died October 30, 2002.

He was 88. He was born January 11, 1914 in Ludlow, MA to Joseph and Maria Dos Santos Caixeiro. He served in the US Army Air Corps from 1942-1945. On February 11, 1947 he married Louise Crawford Bondurant, she died two years ago. Mr.

Caixeiro was a laborer for the Scarsdale Construction Co. for over 30 years, retiring in 1978. He was a member of the Laborers International Union of North America and also a member of the Armonk Senior Citizens. He is survived by a daughter, Nancy Robinson of N. White Plains, a brother Joaquin of Portugal, two sisters, Julia Reis of Portugal and Albina Neto of Hartford, CT, three grandchildren, Arthur Robinson, Lynn Soderquist and Anne Robinson, two great grandsons, Steven and Robbie Soderquist and five nephews and one niece.

Visiting hours will be Friday 24 and 7-9 pm. Services will be Saturday morning 10 am. Entombment at Rose Hill Memorial Park, Putnam Valley, NY. MCMAHON, LYON HARTNETT FUNERAL HOME, INC 491 Marmaroneck Avenue White Plains (914) 949-7777 DIRECTORY CARMEL Schupp, Lynn EASTCHESTER Petruccelli, Elizabeth "Betty" HAWTHORNE Marsh, William I. (Bill) IRVINGTON Martin, Elizabeth (Reilly) MIDDLETOWN Racanelli, Peter W.

MAHOPAC Caparco, Anthony MAMARONECK Maximo, Maria R. Rosen, Abraham B. MT. VERNON Andrews, Angeliki Ephraim, Lillian Hines Hoyte-Lyles, Helen G. NEW ROCHELLE Klemann, N.

Robert N.WHITE PLAINS Caixeiro, Antonio S. OSSINING De Yongh, Rose (Nee Redding) PELHAM Witz, Vera Mildred PEARL RIVER Styslinger, William Casper PEEKSKILL Pisanello, Rose M. PORT CHESTER Kelley, Carmella Liptak, Barbara Burke PUTNAM VALLEY Richter, Max H. PURCHASE Estrella, Aurelia SOMERS Amato, Josephine M. WAPPINGERS FALLS Dickinson, Frederick Avery YONKERS Bartko, Arthur F.

Sarich, Eva Scelza, AnnaMarie Zengen, Patricia (nee Faye) OTHER AREA Vogel, Erna CONNECTICUT Sciascia, Lee N. HOYTE-LYLES, HELEN G. Helen Hoyte, a Mt. Vernon resident since 1953, October 28, at 88. She was born 1914 in NYC, to George and Caroline Hoyte.

She was active in the community. Survived by siblings George Hoyte, Anna Estwick, Iona Nottingham, along with a host. of family and friends. Visiting November 3rd, from 2-6 pm at Wiley Primm Mem. Home, Mt.

Vernon. Funeral Service at Sacred Heart Church, 5th Av. 2nd Mt. Vernon on November 4th at 10 am. Internment, Mt.

Olivet Cemetery, Maspeth, NY. "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the course, 1 I have kept the faith." KELLEY, CARMELLA Carmella Kelley of Spring Hill, FL, died suddenly on October 19, 2002 at Regional Medical Center, Bayonet Point, FL. Born and raised in Port Chester, she was the daughter of Santo and Antoniette Barese Barbera and moved to Spring Hill 23 years ago. She was a homemaker, who loved bingo, and cards. Survivors include her husband William H.

of Spring Hill, three daughters Katherine Kelley of Glenville, CT, Annette Shanley of Rye Brook, NY and Maureen Brown of Spring Hill, a son William P. of Spring Hill, a sister Mary Bellantoni of Greenwich, CT, a brother Rocco Barbera of Riverside, CT, three grandchildren, two great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by two sisters, Angelina Gagliardo and Lena Morrase, one brother Joseph Barbera. KLEMANN, N. ROBERT A lifetime resident of New Rochelle, died October 30, at his home.

He died of natural causes, according to the family. Mr. Klemann retired from IBM after 42 years of service in a number of positions, most recently as an executive in the Planning and Forecasting area. He was a graduate of New Rochelle High School and attended New York University. He was a veteran of the Second World War, having served i in the Transportation Corps of the US Army from 1942 to 1945.

Born on March 8, 1919 Mr. Klemann was the son of John J. and Mary L. Klemann of New Rochelle. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Rosemary Gerard Klemann; a brother, Dr.

Gilbert L. Klemann of Augusta, GA, three sons and two daughters-in-law, Robert G. Klemann and Barbara Klemann of Somers, NY, Gilbert L. Klemann II, and Patricia Klemann of Greenwich, CT, and Richard P. Klemann of New Rochelle, three grandchildren, a great granddaughter and six nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by one grandchild. Friends may call from 24 and 7-9 pm on Friday at the LLOYD MAXCY SONS BEAUCHAMP CHAPEL 16 Shea Place, New Rochelle, NY. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 am Saturday at Holy Family Church, Mayflower Avenue, New Rochelle. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Holy Family Fund, 83 Clove Road, New Rochelle..

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