Obit­u­ar­ies

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - - NORTHWEST ARKANSAS -

OBIT­U­AR­IES In­for­ma­tion for the obit­u­ar­ies and fu­neral no­tices be­low was sup­plied to the Ar­kan­sas Demo­crat-Gazette Ad­ver­tis­ing De­part­ment by fu­neral homes. For more in­for­ma­tion in­clud­ing cost and dead­lines con­tact the ad­ver­tis­ing de­part­ment at (501) 378-3889.

CAVE SPRINGS — Paislee Grace Free­man was born with­out a heart­beat on Feb. 17, 2017, at North­west Hospi­tal in Ben­tonville. Paislee is the cher­ished daugh­ter of Daniel Free­man and Car­rie James.

She is greeted in heaven by her great- grand­fa­thers, Bill James, Henry Win­bery, and Bill Davis as well as her brother Isa­iah Free­man. She is mourned on earth by her grand­par­ents, Richard and Au­drey James; grand­par­ents, John and Nanda Free­man; great- grand­moth­ers, many aunts, un­cles, cousins and friends.

Car­rie and Daniel would like to thank Dr. Sch­mitz and Dr. Fry as well as the nurs­ing staff at North­west Hospi­tal Ben­tonville for their com­pas­sion and sup­port.

Some­times, it’s the small­est things that take up the most room in our hearts.

A pri­vate ser­vice will be held at a later date. Ar­range­ments by Ben­ton County Memo­rial Park Fu­neral Home, Rogers, Ark.

CEN­TER TON— Ken­neth Charles Giroir, age 88, of Cen­ter­ton, Ark., passed away Feb. 22, 2017. Ken­neth was born Jan. 1, 1929, in Houma, La., to par­ents Louis and Lucy Giroir.

Ken­neth was a vet­eran of the United States Marine Corps and worked for many years in the oil busi­ness. In more re­cent years Ken­neth worked for Wal­mart.

Ken­neth was united in mar­riage to El­iz­a­beth Goins on May 6, 1951, and they en­joyed many years to­gether.

He was pre­ceded in death by his par­ents.

Ken­neth is sur­vived by his wife, El­iz­a­beth of the home; daugh­ter, Kelli Swank and hus­band Ken­neth of Cen­ter­ton; brother, Louis of Texas and a host of other rel­a­tives and friends.

Grave­side ser­vices are set for 1 p.m. Tues­day at the Fayet­teville Na­tional Ceme­tery. Ar­range­ments are with Ben­ton County Memo­rial Park Fu­neral Home, 3800 W. Wal­nut, Rogers, Ark.

CON­WAY — Ser­vices for Josh Atkin­son, 14, of Con­way. 10 a.m., Mon­day, Feb. 27, at Cal­vary Church of the Nazarene in Lit­tle Rock, with Pas­tor Don Schultheis of­fi­cat­ing. Burial in Shiloh Ceme­tery in Bod­caw, Ark. Vis­i­ta­tion 3-8 p.m., Sun­day, Feb. 26, at the Church. Ar­range­ments by Ben­ton County Memo­rial Park, Rogers. On­line Guest­book: www. ben­ton­county memo­ri­al­park.com.

ELKINS — Con­nie Joan Olinger, 74, Elkins, Ark., died Feb. 23, 2017, in Fayet­teville. She was born July 7, 1942, in Jasper, Ark., to Rex and Juanita (Pritch­ett) Van­der­pool.

Memo­rial ser­vices will be held at a later date.

Cre­ma­tion ar­range­ments en­trusted to West­field Chapel Fu­neral Home, www. West­field­Chapel.com.

ELKINS — Ju­lianne Woods Ste­wart, 99, of Elkins died Feb. 23, 2017, at the Wil­lard Walker Hospice Home. She was born July 9, 1917, in St. Paul, Neb., to Sa­muel E. and Daisy Nell Cramer Woods.

She was a mem­ber of the Elkins Com­mu­nity Church, cur­rent mem­ber of Ozark Cat­tle­man As­so­ci­a­tion, DAR, NWA Caval­cade, McCord Ceme­tery Board and board mem­ber of many other or­ga­ni­za­tions in North­west Ar­kan­sas.

She was pre­ceded in death by her hus­band, Leonard ( Buster) Ste­wart and son, Ozzie J. Ste­wart.

She is sur­vived by two sons, Michael Ste­wart Sr. and wife, Carolyn and John L. Ste­wart and wife, Glo­ria all of Elkins; one daugh­ter, Pa­tri­cia Ste­wart Whit­mire of Fayet­teville; one sis­ter, Fran­cis Spencer of Elkins; seven grand­chil­dren, Rhonda Ste­wart, An­gela Ste­wart Barker, Michael Ste­wart Jr., Leann Ste­wart Rogers, Jill Ste­wart, Michael Justin Hester, Ju­lianne Hester; and 12 great-grand­chil­dren.

Fu­neral ser­vices will be 10 a.m. Tues­day, Feb. 28, 2017, at Beard’s Fu­neral Chapel. Burial will fol­low at McCord Ceme­tery.

Vis­i­ta­tion will be Mon­day, Feb. 27, 2017, from 4-7 p.m. at the fu­neral home.

Me­mo­ri­als may be made to McCord Ceme­tery c/o John Ste­wart, 19622 Durham McCord Road, Elkins, Ark. 72727.

On­line con­do­lences may be made to www. beards fu­ner­alchapel.com.

FAYET­TEVILLE — Arnold Everett Atha, age 87, passed away on Thurs­day, Feb. 23, 2017, in Fayet­teville. He was born on Nov. 18, 1929, in Asher, Ark., to Frank Mar­ion and Mary Ellen Led­bet­ter Atha.

He is pre­ceded in death by his par­ents; his five sis­ters, Pearl Smith, Sarah Atha, Clara Drain, Jewell Wil­son and Enid Couch; and his three broth­ers, Fran­cis Atha, Lawrence Atha and Lewis Atha.

Arnold was a life­long farmer who raised chick­ens and beef cat­tle. He was also a heavy equip­ment op­er­a­tor in the field of con­struc­tion and road build­ing. He also served in the Army dur­ing the Korean con­flict.

He is sur­vived by his wife of 60 years, Net­tie J. Atha of the home; his son, Duane Atha of Fayet­teville; his daugh­ter, Linda Dash and hus­band Richard of Lin­coln; his for­mer daugh­ter-in-law, Karin Atha of Fayet­teville; and his very spe­cial grand­dog, Bear.

A grave­side ser­vice will be held at 2 p.m. on Mon­day, Feb. 27, 2017, at Du­n­away Ceme­tery at 8395 Madi­son 5205, Elkins, Ark. In lieu of flow­ers, me­mo­ri­als may be made to the Hu­mane So­ci­ety of the Ozarks at https:// hsozarks. org.

Con­do­lences may be given on­line at www.nel­son­berna. com.

FAYET­TEVILLE — James Hill, 77, of Fayet­teville passed Feb. 22, 2017. Born July 24, 1939, to James Otto and Eva Lo­gan Hill.

Fu­neral ser­vices will be 2 p.m. Mon­day, Feb. 27, 2017, at Beard’s Chapel.

Vis­i­ta­tion will from 2-4 p.m. on Sun­day, Feb. 26, 2017, at the fu­neral home.

Con­do­lences at www. beards­fu­ner­alchapel.com.

FAYET­TEVILLE — Bob Sayles, 85, of Fayet­teville, Ark., passed away on Mon­day, Feb. 20, 2017 at the Wil­lard Walker Hospice Home in Fayet­teville. He was born March 13, 1931 in Jones­boro, Ark.

He lived in Im­bo­den, Ark., for most of his youth. He was bap­tized in the Spring River as a mem­ber of the Church of Christ. He loved help­ing his grand­fa­ther Al­bert Ed­ward John­son in his bi­cy­cle and gun shop in Im­bo­den.

He was in the U.S. Navy from 1948 to 1953 where he was a flight en­gi­neer. He was a mem­ber of the Chris­tian Church “Dis­ci­ples of Christ” in Bran­son, Mo. He loved his Bi­ble.

He was pre­ceded in death by his wife, Martha Sue Chan­d­ley; par­ents, Elmer and Mary John­son Sayles; grand­son, Jamie Hem­ing­way; daugh­terin-law, Karen Sayles; brother, Ge­orge Sayles; and a sis­ter, Mary Lou Wil­son.

He is sur­vived by his chil­dren, Su­san Hem­ing­way and hus­band, Doug, John Sayles and wife, Jud­die and Perry Sayles and wife, Beth. His grand­chil­dren are Kim­berly, Christie, Jenny, Rachel, Dar­ren, Sarah, Mandy and Jake; many great-grand­chil­dren; and his sis­ters, Jeanette and Eu­nice. He worked for Wal­mart for over 10 years and was the num­ber one as­so­ciate in the na­tion for his de­part­ment 82. He was the owner of Bee Gee Wind­chimes which were sold all over the world.

Dad loved peo­ple and al­ways re­mem­bered them. He also loved gar­den­ing and fish­ing. His dream was to be a doc­tor.

A memo­rial ser­vice will be at Beard’s Fu­neral Chapel in Fayet­teville on Tues­day, Feb. 28, 2017 at 4 p.m.

In lieu of flow­ers, to honor Mr. Sayles’ life and ser­vice, please di­rect memo­rial gifts to UAMS North­west Cam­pus, 1125 N. Col­lege Ave., Fayet­teville, Ark. 72703. Checks may be made payable to UAMS Foun­da­tion Fund. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion con­tact UAMS North­west at (479) 713-8103.

Cre­ma­tion ar­range­ments by Beard’s Chapel.

Con­do­lences at www. beards­fu­ner­alchapel.com.

FAYET­TEVILLE — John Wil­liam Mon­a­han Stan­ton, 37, of Fayet­teville, Ark., passed away Feb. 23, 2017. He was born Feb. 23, 1980, in St. Joseph, Mo., to Paul Ed­ward and Kather­ine (Mon­a­han) Stan­ton.

He was a 1999 grad­u­ate of Rogers High School and worked in con­struc­tion. He also en­joyed con­certs and worked on the road with con­cert com­pa­nies help­ing with se­cu­rity.

John loved to fish and was al­ways the life of ev­ery party.

He was pre­ceded in death by his grand­fa­thers, Wil­liam Mon­a­han and Howard Stan­ton.

John is sur­vived by three sons, Adam, Ni­cholas and Jack­son Stan­ton and their mother, Jen­nifer Stan­ton of Gassville, Ark.; his par­ents, Paul and Kather­ine Stan­ton of Low­ell, Ark.; brother, Jede­diah Stan­ton of Low­ell; sis­ter, Mandy Ruth and hus­band, Joshua of Springdale, Ark., and grand­moth­ers, Phyl­lis Mon­a­han and Dar­lene Stan­ton as well as nu­mer­ous aunts, un­cles and cousins.

Pri­vate ser­vices will be held.

Ar­range­ments have been en­trusted to Stock­dale-Moody Fu­neral Ser­vices of Rogers. Words of com­fort may be shared at stock­dale fu­neral.com.

FAYET­TEVILLE — Richard Allen Williams, 86, of Fayet­teville, Ark., died Thurs­day, Feb. 23, 2017. He was born July 22, 1930, in Shawnee, Okla., to Allen Holloway Williams and Marie Beu­lah (Jarvis) Williams.

He grew up in Tempe, Ariz., and San Antonio, Texas. He at­tended both St Mary’s and Trin­ity Uni­ver­si­ties in San Antonio, where he ma­jored in ac­count­ing. He was a mem­ber of Tau Delta Sigma fra­ter­nity.

Af­ter re­tir­ing from a ca­reer in hospi­tal ad­min­is­tra­tion, he worked for sev­eral years as a Re­al­tor.

He was pre­ceded in death by his par­ents, his sis­ter, Myrna Hipp, and two grand­chil­dren.

He is sur­vived by his wife, Mary; daugh­ters, Joy Prater (John) of Har­ri­son, Ark., Lynda Matthews of Fayet­teville, Ark., Donna Mei­necke (Jim) of Fayet­teville, Ark., Gina Hughes (Clay­ton) of Tulsa, Okla.; 10 grand­chil­dren; 12 great-grand­chil­dren; mother-in-law El­iz­a­beth Rea­gan; nine broth­ers-in-law; three sis­ters-in-law; one niece and one nephew.

Grave­side ser­vices will be held 2:30 p.m., Mon­day, Feb. 27, at Fairview Memo­rial Gar­dens. Memo­rial ser­vices will fol­low at 3:30 p.m. at St. Paul’s Epis­co­pal Church 224 N. East Ave., in Fayet­teville, with a re­cep­tion at the church af­ter the ser­vice.

Memo­rial con­tri­bu­tions may be made to Peace at Home Fam­ily Shel­ter at www. peaceath­ome­shel­ter.org.

To sign the on­line guest book please visit www. nel­son­berna.com.

LOW­ELL — Mary Rae Mul­li­can, 58, of Low­ell, Ark., died Thurs­day, Feb. 23, 2017, at her home. She was born March 27, 1958, in Clare­more, Okla., to Jack and Leona “Mike” Michael Vanda­griff.

Mary was a very giv­ing per­son. She was very ded­i­cated to her work as a spe­cial ed­u­ca­tion teacher and men­tal health coun­selor, and was one of the coun­selors that as­sisted fam­i­lies vic­tim­ized by the Ok­la­homa City bomb­ing. She was a proud grad­u­ate of Ok­la­homa State Univer­sity. Mary en­joyed bird watch­ing and was de­voted to the care of her fam­ily.

She is sur­vived by her hus­band, David, whom she mar­ried Sept. 23, 1995, in Law­ton, Okla.; three chil­dren, Mag­gie Mul­li­can of Fayet­teville, Ark., David Mul­li­can, Jr. of Springdale, Ark., Stephanie Sam­pler of Glen­pool, Okla.; one brother, Mark Vanda­griff of Dal­las, Texas; and three grand­chil­dren, Ken­dra Sam­pler, Ryleigh Mul­li­can and Ryan Mul­li­can.

A memo­rial ser­vice will be 11 a.m. Tues­day, Feb. 28, at Her­itage Fu­neral Home Chapel, on­line guest­book at www.her­ita­ge­ofnwa.com.

Memo­rial con­tri­bu­tions may be made to Wash­ing­ton Re­gional Hospice, 34 W. Colt Square, Suite 1, Fayet­teville, Ark. 72703.

PARIS — Bill D. Walker, 69, a res­i­dent of Paris passed away Thurs­day, Feb. 23, 2017, in Fort Smith.

Grave­side ser­vices will be pri­vate in the Oak­wood Ceme­tery un­der the di­rec­tion of Roller Fu­neral Home in Paris.

ROGERS — Chris­tine Dee Brooks, 54, of Rogers passed away Feb. 22, 2017 in Rogers. She was born Nov. 29, 1962, in Den­ver, Colo., the daugh­ter of Don­ald R. and Marjorie Mick Ber­anek Sr.

Chris­tine was a fork­lift op­er­a­tor.

She is pre­ceded in death her fa­ther.

She is sur­vived by her hus­band, James Brooks; her mother, Marjorie Ber­anek Smith and hus­band John; two broth­ers, Richard Ber­anek and wife Jen­nifer; Don­ald Ber­anek and wife Cas­son­dra; seven nieces and neph­ews and three great-neph­ews.

Vis­i­ta­tion will be Tues­day, Feb. 28, 2017, at Cross­roads Church in Ben­tonville from 5-6 p.m. and memo­rial ser­vice at 6 p.m. Ar­range­ments by Ben­ton County Fu­neral Home, 306 N. 4th, Rogers. On­line con­do­lences to www.ben­ton­coun­ty­fu­ner­al­home.com.

SPRING DALE— Re­becca Jane Rene­gar, 73, of Springdale, passed away Wednes­day, Feb. 22, 2017. She was born in Statesville, N.C., on Jan. 11, 1944.

Re­becc a , or “Becky”, as she was known, re­tired from Tyson Foods as Cafe­te­ria man­ager af­ter 27 years ser­vice. A loyal vol­un­teer to both Goshen Fire De­part­ment and Com­mu­nity Cen­ter, Becky was also the chair­man for the Aux­il­iary Goshen Fire Dept. She at­tended church at Fel­low­ship Bi­ble Church.

She was pre­ceded in death by her brother, Daniel Watts; and par­ents, Sa­muel and Sarah Watts.

Sur­viv­ing are hus­band, Jim­mie Dale Rene­gar; daugh­ters, Shan­non Dil­lard and hus­band David, their son Tay­lor, of Steam­boat Springs, Colo.; Dana Rene­gar and her daugh­ter Ash­ley, of Rogers, Ark.; Mandy Sher­man and hus­band Danny, their daugh­ters Tar­ren and Ta­lyn, of Ski­a­took, Okla.

To sign the on­line guest book, visit www. moores fu­ner­alchapel.com.

WEST FORK — Valder Marie Wil­son, age 85, of We s t Fork passed away Wednes­day Feb. 22, 2017. She was born Feb. 28, 1931, in Stid­ham, Okla., to Lee and Vir­gie Locke Davis. Valder worked for Camp­bell’s Soup, re­tir­ing af­ter 25 years of ser­vice. She en­joyed spend­ing time with her grand­chil­dren, and was a faith­ful mem­ber of Green­land Church of Christ for over 35 years.

Valder was pre­ceded in death by her hus­band, Don­ald Wil­son; par­ents, Lee and Vir­ginia Davis; sis­ters, Oneita Boyd, Ar­bell Davis, Theo Weines; broth­ers, James Davis, Kurt Davis, Dowh Davis; grand­son, Jeremy Wil­son.

Sur­viv­ing are chil­dren: Jenny Wilks of Danville, Ill., Ethan Wilks, Jas­mine Wilks, Con­nie Hayes and her hus­band Eu­gene, of West Fork, Ark., Cindy Wil­son of West Fork, Ark., Lee Alice Wil­son, of Fayet­teville, Ark., Lela Williams of Fayet­teville, Ark., Don­ald Wil­son of Fayet­teville, Ark., Ronald Wil­son of Prairie Grove, Ark., John Wil­son of West Fork, Ark.; sis­ter, Nell Ballinger; grand­chil­dren: Eu­gene Hayes., Jr., Charles Cun­ning­ham, Aleshia Manning, Sasha Volk, Re­becca Hill, Rachel Wil­son, Lexis Wil­son, Brit­tney Williams, Danielle Williams, Tommy Maples and seven great-grand­chil­dren.

The fam­ily will re­ceive friends 5-7 p.m. on Mon­day evening, Feb. 27, at Moore’s Chapel in Fayet­teville. Fu­neral ser­vice will be held 2 p.m. Tues­day, Feb. 28, at Green­land Church of Christ with Glen Lud­wick of­fi­ci­at­ing. In­ter­ment fol­low­ing at Dow­ell Memo­rial Ceme­tery in Fayet­teville, Ark.

Memo­rial con­tri­bu­tions may be made to Green­land Church of Christ, 476 North Main Av­enue, Fayet­teville, Ark. 72701. To sign the on­line guest book please visit www. moores­fu­ner­alchapel.com.

WEST­LAKE, Ohio — Carl­ton Richard Woods, 75, an or­ches­tral con­duc­tor and mu­sic ed­u­ca­tor, died at his home in West­lake, Ohio, on Feb. 21, 2017. The cause of death was con­ges­tive heart fail­ure.

Woods was born in Illi­nois and raised in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; at­tended Hei­del­berg Univer­sity (Tif­fin, Ohio) and Wash­ing­ton Univer­sity (St. Louis, Mo.) and earned his Doc­tor of Mu­si­cal Arts de­gree from the Univer­sity of Cincin­nati Con­ser­va­tory of Mu­sic.

Woods was chair of the Mu­sic De­part­ment at Al­legheny Col­lege in Meadville, Pa., where he founded the Al­legheny Sum­mer Mu­sic Fes­ti­val; he was the di­rec­tor of or­ches­tral ac­tiv­i­ties at the Univer­sity of Ar­kan­sas, Fayet­teville, as well as the con­duc­tor and artis­tic di­rec­tor of the North Ar­kan­sas Sym­phony Or­ches­tra; di­rec­tor of or­ches­tral ac­tiv­i­ties at Cen­tral Michi­gan Univer­sity and the Mid­land (MI) Sym­phony Or­ches­tra Artis­tic Di­rec­tor.

Woods was a guest con­duc­tor with or­ches­tras through­out the United States as well as in Poland, Rus­sia, Bel­gium, the United King­dom, Canada and Bo­livia. Woods also worked with renowned soloists in­clud­ing Itzhak Perl­man, Edgar Meyer, Sarah Chang, John O’Conor, Mark O’Con­nor, Ani Kavafian, Anne Akiko Mey­ers, Sharon Is­bin, Dave Brubeck, James McCracken, Eugenia Zuck­er­man and the Juil­liard String Quar­tet.

Woods re­tired to West­lake, Ohio, in 2007 to be able to at­tend per­for­mances of the Cleve­land Or­ches­tra.

Woods was an afi­cionado of fine Scotch whiskies, In­dia Pale Ales and Ohio City pasta tossed with his homemade basil pesto. Frus­trated by golf in re­tire­ment, Woods “un­re­tired” and founded Cleve­land’s Blue­Wa­ter Cham­ber Or­ches­tra in 2010, with a group of pro­fes­sional Cleve­land-area musicians.

Woods is sur­vived by his wife, Ladonna. Chil­dren are Blair Woods ( spouse Monique Watts); Brent Woods ( spouse Stephanie Britt); Brooke Woods; Robin House (spouse Keith); Heidi Belle­mente (spouse Mike). Woods had six grand­chil­dren: Cassidy, Mag­gie, Vaughn, Steele, Sofia & Abby May.

It is with grat­i­tude to Dr. Cory Fisher, Dr. Miriam Ja­cob, Shawn Mer­haut and Tracey Mate­jka that Carl­ton has do­nated his body to the Cleve­land Clinic Body Do­na­tion Pro­gram for the ad­vance­ment of med­i­cal science.

Ser­vice will be Sun­day, March 5, 2017, at 2 p.m. at the Avon Lake United Church of Christ, Avon Lake, Ohio. Re­cep­tion to fol­low.

In lieu of flow­ers, do­na­tions may be made to Blue­Wa­ter Cham­ber Or­ches­tra c/o: Cleve­land Fed­er­a­tion of Musicians Lo­cal 4 at 3631 Perkins Ave,, Suite 4C North, Cleve­land, Ohio 44114.

WATTS, Okla. — Le­an­der Am­bers Rose­beary, age 85, of Watts, Okla., passed away Feb. 25, 2017. He was born May 31, 1931, in Fayet­teville, Ark.

He is sur­vived by his wife Altie Janes Rose­beary; three chil­dren Kathy Har­rel­son, Cheryl Rose­beary and Le­an­der Am­bers Rose­beary II; eight grand­chil­dren and one sis­ter Bon­nie Thomas no ser­vices are sched­ule.

To sign the on­line guest book visit www.nel­son­berna. com.

GAINESVILLE, Va. — Af­ter a long and un­com­plain­ing bat­tle with breast can­cer, Su­san Janette Noe, 60, died on Sun­day, Feb. 5, 2017, sur­rounded by her fam­ily and a huge swell of love.

Su­san was born at the Fort Camp­bell Ken­tucky Army Base to Win­dle E. and Ruby N. Kirk. As an Army brat Su­san was a world trav­eler, with her fa­ther serv­ing in both the Korean and Viet­nam wars.

Su­san mar­ried Christo­pher David Noe in 1984, in Chicago, Ill., and they have two chil­dren, Stu­art and Kirk. Her fam­ily life has been shaped by ev­ery large and small thing that nur­tured her hus­band

and her boys. She was very in­volved in the Church and her com­mu­nity.

Af­ter grad­u­at­ing from Fayet­teville High School in 1974, Su­san at­tended the nearby Univer­sity of Ar­kan­sas. She then trans­ferred to the Univer­sity of Illi­nois, Chicago, where she met her hus­band Chris. She worked most re­cently at the Flory Small Busi­ness Cen­ter, where she ad­vised and ed­u­cated lo­cal busi­ness own­ers on a wide range of top­ics. Be­sides sewing and theatre, she was an avid reader. Su­san loved singing, Christ­mas, Nutcrack­ers, Dis­ney World, Cap­tain Amer­ica and show tunes.

Su­san is pre­de­ceased by her mother Ruby Nell Kirk, and her grand­par­ents Pete and Kate Ge­orge, of Ar­kan­sas.

She is sur­vived by her hus­band Chris; her sons, Stu­art and Kirk; her fa­ther, Win­dle; and her sib­lings Terri, Tim, and Lisa, as well as many nieces and a nephew.

A cel­e­bra­tion of her life was held on Feb 7, 2017, at the Manas­sas Church of Christ, in Manas­sas, Va. In mem­ory of Su­san, and in sol­i­dar­ity with her all too com­mon bat­tle, do­na­tions for can­cer re­search would be ap­pre­ci­ated through Su­san G. Komen, or the Amer­i­can Can­cer So­ci­ety. Trib­ute cards can be ad­dressed to: the fam­ily of Su­san Noe, 13760 Lau­ri­anne Ter­race, Gainesville, Va. 20155.

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