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Sarah Ann Caner Schofield

Sarah Ann Caner Schofield

Sarah Ann Caner Schofield died at her home in Chestnut Hill on Sunday, July 16 at the age of 78.

She is survived by three siblings, John Caner, Annabel Caner and Wayne Wells and four children, Sarah Schofield Bittner, Mary Alton Schofield, Emily Colket Gallagher, and J. Dobson Schofield IV. She is also survived by five grandchildren and was predeceased by one grandchild. Sarah was born in Philadelphia on March 30, 1928.

She earned a B.A, M.A., and Ph.D. in Philosophy from Bryn Mawr College, with an interest in religious studies. She taught at USC before turning to raising a family. She was an active volunteer at St. Martins Church and joined the ranks of the North American Guild of Changeringers. After raising her children, she taught at the Lutheran Seminary. She also worked at the Buten Museum and then at Einstein Hospital, in the hospice program.

In her later years she became a devotee of ISKON and was a spiritual example to many. Her friends and family enjoyed her ability in the kitchen to produce sumptuously appetizing meals. Her Portuguese sweet bread was so loved and renowned that she cooked many loaves for friends to give as gifts during the holiday season.

A memorial in her honor will be held at the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill on Saturday, July 29 at 11 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the hospice program of Holy Redeemer Health Systems.

H. Thomas Felix II

H. Thomas Felix II

H. Thomas Felix II passed away on July 18, 2006 in his Haverford home at the age of 72. Mr. Felix was a nationally recognized attorney in the field of labor-management relations. He was raised in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia, the son of Claire and David Felix. His Grandfather, Harry Felix served as District Attorney of Philadelphia. Tom was a graduate of the Germantown Friends School, The University of Virginia, and Temple University School of Law.

Mr. Felix began his lifelong vocation with the Legal Aid Society of Philadelphia. He then joined Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel where he practiced law for nearly 30 years and became a partner and the Chair of the Labor and Employment Group.

In 1984, he founded the firm of Sprecher, Felix, Visco, Hutchison & Young. In 1991, Mr. Felix merged his Labor Group into Montgomery, McCracken, Walker and Rhoads. Finally, in 2002, he joined Ballard Spahr along with several of his colleagues, actively practicing law until a few weeks before his death.

Mr. Felix was on the front lines of hundreds of municipal labor negotiations. He served every Mayor of Philadelphia beginning with James Tate. His clients included businesses representing every sector of our region's economy. Even as his illness was becoming more pronounced, he concluded successful arbitrations on behalf of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with their Corrections Officers and the City of Philadelphia with its Firefighters. As he continued to work, he found the energy to attend his son Tommy's Haverford School graduation and take a trip to Spain.

Mr. Felix's greatest professional legacy is the dozens of attorneys he mentored and worked alongside. Ken Jarin, who was associated with him since their days with the Obermayer firm, said, "Tom was the ultimate professional who lived his life to the fullest to the very end. He was a great lawyer, called upon by Mayors and Governors to represent them, but to so many of us he was a great teacher and friend. His advice was sought and adhered to by the most powerful, but his success in an adversarial profession was based on his ability to get along with people from all walks of life and find common ground." Deborah Willig, who represents unions, sat across the bargaining table from Mr Felix, said, "In the world of labor negotiations--he was a man of his word. If Tom said you had a deal--you had a deal. My personal and professional memory of Tom will be that, in every sense of the word, he was a true 'gentleman.'" Doreen Davis, a former partner remembered him as a friend and mentor.

Mr. Felix was a Fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and recognized as one of the Best Lawyers in America and a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer. He was also one of the first recipients of the City of Hope's Spirit of Life Award presented by the Tri-State Labor and Management Council.

Mr. Felix is survived by his wife, Dr. Joan Parker Felix, a nationally known labor arbitrator and his son H. Thomas (Tommy) Felix III who will be entering Cornell University Industrial Relations School this Fall. He is also survived by a brother, William.

Services will be held at Beth David Synagogue on Thursday July 20 at 1:00 p.m. with Shiva at the family residence located at 48 Tunbridge Road in Haverford through Tuesday evening. Donations in lieu of flowers may be made in Mr. Felix's memory to Bryn Mawr Hospital, 130 S. Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010, or to a charity of the donor's choice.

Madeline Sauvion

Madeline Sauvion (DeClercq), of Chestnut Hill, died on July 23. She was predeceased by a son, Marc and is survived by three daughters: Carol, Joan, Mariann (Grady); a son, Joseph Sauvion (June); six grandchildren: Nicole, Sara, Danielle, Noah, Tyler and Rachael; and close friends Becky, Barbara and Elda.

A funeral Mass will be celebrated on Thursday, July 27 at 10 a.m. at Our Mother of Consolation Church, 9 E. Chestnut Hill Ave. Interment will take place at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to Our Mother of Consolation School or to Chestnut Hill Hospital. Friends may call Wednesday evening, 7 to 9 p.m., at Jacob F. Ruth Funeral Home, 8413 Germantown Ave., Chestnut Hill. Parking on premises.

Rosanel Oswald

Rosanel Oswald, 88, a resident of Cathedral Village, Philadelphia, died of complications of Parkinson's disease, on July 23.

Oswald was born and raised in the environs of Birmingham Alabama. She subsequently lived California, Kentucky and Pennsylvania where her husband, John Oswald, who predeceased her, was a university professor and administrator. Dr, Oswald served as president of two universities - the University of Kentucky (1963 -1968) and Penn State (1970-1983.) Mrs. Oswald did lots of official entertaining, hosting students, faculty, alumni, legislators, trustees and foreign dignitaries.

She believed that hospitality was a vital component of a university community and worked to create an atmosphere of "family" at the two Universities where she served as "first lady." She established University House at Penn State as the official center for university entertaining. The Lion Ambassador program at Penn State was originally her idea. She was named an honorary alumna of Penn State in 1983.

Oswald was a long time supporter of women's advancement. She was the co-chairman of the University of Kentucky Centennial Conference in 1967, "Women Equal but Different." In 1976, she was a member of the Pennsylvania Co-coordinating Committee for the International Women's Year. She was the founding co-charwoman of PARTNERS, spouses of members of the Association of American Universities.

She was also an avid supporter of the arts, serving as the first chairwoman of the Kentucky Arts Commission (1965-1968) and was subsequently a member of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (1971-1977). She was the arts chairwoman of the International Woman's Year Conference, WOMANKIND in 1978.

Oswald retired with her husband to the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia to be near family. Her retirement years were impacted by Parkinson's disease. Mrs. Oswald is survived by her daughters, Betsy Evans and Nancy Oswald, by her son, John Oswald and four granddaughters, Sarah Browne, Jessie Oswald, Caroline Oswald and Laurel Oswald.

A graveside service and burial will take place at Elmwood Cemetery in Birmingham, Alabama on September 23.

She graduated from Alabama College for Women and taught in local public schools.

Gerald Nugent

Gerald P. Nugent Jr., of Flourtown, formerly of Wyndmoor, died on July 20.

Nugent was predeceased by his wife, Margaret Ann Nugent (McCrossen). He is survived by four daughters: Patricia Nugent, Evelyn Nugent, Margaret Cooney and Audrey Greening (Mitch); a son, Gerald Nugent (Kimberly); and five grandchildren.

A funeral Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, July 26 at 10 a.m. at Our Mother of Consolation Church, 9 E. Chestnut Hill Ave. in Chestnut Hill. Interment will take place at St. Matthews Cemetery in Conshohocken.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to La Salle University, 1900 W. Olney Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19141. 
Felix, Henri Thomas II (I868)
Steven J. Vernik
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VERNIK, Steven J. Steven J. Vernik, 48, loving husband of Veronica (Loewenbaum) Vernik, died tragically in an automobile accident on Wednesday, (September 24, 2008) in East Hampton. Born March 16, 1960 in Middletown, he was the son of Julie (Russell) Vernik and the late Zenon Vernik. Steve was a lifelong resident of East Hampton and was the owner and operator of Century Landscaping. He was a member of the East Hampton Lions Club. Besides his wife Roni, and his mother, Steve is survived by two brothers, Victor Vernik of Middletown and Bruce Vernik of Zepher Hills, FL, and many friends. A memorial gathering will be held Sunday, September 28, from 6-8 p.m. in the Spencer Funeral Home, 112 Main St., East Hampton. Burial will be private at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the V.F.W. Fowler Dix Park Post #5095 North Maple St., East Hampton, CT 06424 or the American Cancer Society , Franklin Commons 106, Route 32, Franklin CT 06254-1800. To leave online condolences or for directions please visit 
Vernik, Steve J. (I844)
3 KLINE      Ruth      Jun      24      1937      14700 (1937)      Manhattan Family F22
4 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Newman, Margaret Emily (I813)
5 Toyen, Amy E. - Amy E. Toyen, 24, beloved daughter of Martin and Dorine Toyen of Avon, died Tuesday, (September 11, 2001) as a result of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Born on June 20, 1977, Amy was raised in Avon. She was a 1995 graduate of Avon High School, and a 1999 graduate of Bentley College. She was employed by Thomson Financial in Boston and lived in Newton. Amy was in New York attending a technology conference in the World Trade Center. She loved music and art.

Besides her parents, Amy is survived by her sister, Heather of Canton; her maternal grandparents, Ernest and Salena Blake of Longmeadow, MA; her paternal grandparents, Morris and Dora Toyen of Canton and Delray Beach, FL; her fiance, Jeffrey Gonski of Watertown, MA; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. We will dearly miss her.

A memorial service will be held Sunday, September 23, 11 a.m. at Beth El Temple, 2626 Albany Avenue, West Hartford. The family will receive friends at 39 Rosewood Rd., Avon through Wednesday noon. Donations may be made to the Amy E. Toyen Fund at Beth El Temple, or a charity of the donor's choice. 
Toyen, Amy E. (I81)
6 "Uncle Wolf" gave Dad money
Had a printing shop on whaley avenue
bad temper 
Nadelman, Wolf (Ralph) (I202)
7 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Weinreb, Samuel (I407)
8 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Weinreb, Noah Leaf Gordon (I408)
9 (Medical):See attached sources. Perrine, Jo Alice (I2)
10 (Research):death? Dubowsky Aaron 55 y May 18 1893 18848 (1893) Manhattan 1837 - 1838 Dubowski, Aaron Wolf (I365)
11 (Research):I highly suspect that all the Szmous' changed their names to Levin in the USA. I also suspect that Jennie Levin is the daughter of this Sarah Szmous (Sarah Levin)... Dubowsky, Sara Leah (I1116)
12 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Borack, Bobby (I47)
13 (Research):KERNER, SARAH      34R      PODHAYCZER-1      1/1/1950

Mt zion cemetary? 
Schwartzberg, Sarah (I257)
14 (Research):Lieberman      Sarah      68 y      Aug      19      1934      16790 (1934)      Kings      1865 - 1866
Lieberman      Sarah      71 y      Oct      5      1937      20299 (1937)      Kings      1865 - 1866

ordered both 
Dubowski, Sarah N. (I1)
15 (Research):My latest thinking, based on poland recorda and Isaac Levy's death certificate:

1 - Isaac's parents: Louis (Yehuda Lev on gravestone) and Sarah
2 - family oral history has Isaac really being a Grabosky
3 - Polish records have a Lejba and Sora as parents of a Benjamin Grabosky who marries a Sarah Cwikler in 1855, close enough to the marriage date 1853 in the 1900 census for Sarah
4 - Morris, Benjamin and Sarah's son, was born in what is today somewhere near Vilnius Lithuania, not far from where the wedding in the database takes place.

Therefore, I'm putting Benjamin Grabosky as the brother of Isaac Levy. Isaac seems to be about 14-19 years younger than Benjamin, but that wasn't uncommon in poland, and even here in the USA. 
Grabosky, Benjamin (I739)
16 (Research):Ordered the 1925 death cert - most likely to be her

60 y
24251 (1925)
1864 - 1865 
Molly (I463)
17 (Research):Possible first names: Basse or Basche Stuis, Bessie (I7)
18 (Research):possible husband aaron, they lived all together in 1880

Dubowsky      Aaron      55 y      May      18      1893      18848 (1893)      Manhattan      1837 - 1838

Doubousky      Rachel      80 y      Dec      4      1925      7758 (1925)      Bronx      1844 - 1845

Why does sarah's death cert say "levine"? Maybe she got remarried? 
Szmous, Rachel (I362)
19 (Research):Possible: the Blachers on 9/23/1907 on the Batavia: Leah, Schmul, Leibe, Jossel and Abram Chaikin, Dora (I454)
Path: 43R
Gate: 7
Grave Number:
Date of Death: 9/26/1919

mt zion? 
Schwartzberg, Moses (I254)
21 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Barasch, Stanley (I1595)
22 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kerner, Stanley (I1594)
23 (Research):Zuckerman      Sabinia      54 y      Jan      26      1906      2856 (1906)      Manhattan      1851 - 1852
Zuckerman      Haicy      55 y      May      21      1907      17275 (1907)      Manhattan      1851 - 1852
Zuckerman      Carolina      53 y      May      14      1906      15951 (1906)      Manhattan      1852 - 1853 
Baruch, Czilli (I327)
24 *Philadelphia Jewish Exponent dates may be 10y off Source (S313)
25 054-52-8299 SSN
Immigrated in November, 1903 on the Nordam, out of Rotterdam (both 1920 and 1930 census), and also naturalization
Born Mortel Schwartzberg in Brichon, Rumania (Briceni, Moldova today)
Naturalized 9/1/36, cert #332658
9/1/36: address 1750 E. 172nd St Bronx 
Schwartzberg, Molly (I253)
26 059-07-3400 SSN
immigrated in 1904 (1910 and 1930 census), or 1905 (1920 census)
in 1930 - 27th st queens, 3429? 2429? 3439? 2439?
in 1920 - 61 willow st, atoria queens
in 1910 - 803 Livonia Ave #79, Brooklyn NY, With abe and 4 day old Sophia
Married in manhattan 1906 cert # 7846
WWII registration has him in born in Bessaribia, Russia
Molly naturalization has him born in Novielik, Rumania
Naturalized 11/27/1922, cert #1726076
Possible hamburg to london Nov 04, then london to NY 05
possibly Meyer Yosep (immigration record?) 
Lerner, Meyer (I118)
27 064-16-4209 Barash, Irving (I36)
28 082-07-8563 SSN
60 Knolls Cr, Bronx, New York 
Harris, Ruth Marion (I97)
29 087-05-9117 SSN
Enlisted as private in 9/13/43, had 1 yr college at that point 
Zuckerman, Edward (I296)
30 090-10-1415 SSN
Abe Lerner was born on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. From 1928 until his death he was associated with the graphic arts as a book designer, production editor, writer and speaker. Amongthe firms he was associated with were the World Publishing Company and Macmillan where he served as a book designer and art director. He worked with Bruce Rogers on the Bible Rogers designed for World (1949) and also did notable work as a freelance designer. Lerner was a member of the Grolier Club, an organization for bibliophiles in New York City; he served as Chair of its Committee on Modern Fine Printing from 1982 to 1984 and designed a number of its centennial publications. He designed many publications for the Typophiles and served as president for several years. During the earliest years of his career Abe Lerner was co-proprietor of a small press, the Hellgate Press, and was known as a collector of modern fine printing. He died in NewYork City on 14 November 2002.

Married Ella NYC cert #2938

47 morton st 1940 
Lerner, Abraham (I110)
31 12/12/1904 immigration on the SS New York from Liverpool as Taube Schwartzberg, Tilly (I260)
32 121-01-7294 SSN Bocher, Sam (I45)
33 130 sharon st.
Springfield, MA
Arrived 1913, moved in with brother (in law?) Moses Blakil at 736 liberty ave, Springfield, MA
Looks like he came in 1913 with brother Itzko, but Itzko was deported on the Adriatic on june 18 (LPC PHD: "likely public charge"=not enough money, PHD), and Michal might have refused to enter the country at first, but was discharged

The original manifest lists his wife's name as Midor Bere(u?)m, Rogocet, russia, and final destination Bro. in law M. Bla(keke? kile? very hard to read!) 736 Liberty St, Springfield, MA - occupation "Labr"(?) 
Gluskin, Michal (I75)
34 1904 immigration
Salesman in 9/1/36
9/1/36: 130 W. 86th st. New York, NY
2/2/33: 705 Gerard Ave., Bronx - occupation: salesman
Divorced from Florence in 1925 - no kids with her
Arrived from Liverpool on the SS New York on 12/12/1904
1917: worked as a cutter at Waichauski and Boher, 28 E. 10th St. Lived at 49 E. 7th St. 
Schwartzberg, Leo (I249)
35 1909 immigration Loeb, Harry (I174)
36 1910 census:
Packer, sweater 
Lieberman, Mary (I171)
37 1920: 203 West St., New Haven Levy, Sam (I161)
38 1938: 185 McClelland St. Bronx, NY
9/1/36: 3470 Seymour Ave, Bronx, NY 
Lerner, Bea (I111)
39 283-34-6372 SSN
Address 9/1/36: Salt Lake City, UT 
Lerner, Sue (I120)
40 4 grandchildren Family F337
41 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Levy, Harold (I138)
42 528-01-3568 SSN Borack, Bill (I46)
Section: CAPITAL REGION, Page: B5
Date: Tuesday, July 1, 2003
DELRAY BEACH, Fla. -- Melville G. Arnstein, age 92, of Delray Beach, Fla., passed away after a brief illness, Saturday, June 28, 2003. Mel was a longtime resident of Delmar, who retired from the NYS Department of Transportation in 1973. He was a World War II veteran, who received a Purple Heart for his service in Germany. Mel was active in the Tri Village Little League from 1956 through 1963 and the Bethlehem Babe Ruth from 1964 through 1966. He is survived by his loving wife of 67 years, Jane; sons, William D. of N.J. and Thomas R. of Delmar; and two grandchildren, Daniel and Katherine. If desired, contributions may be made to Hospice of Palm Beach County, Inc., 5300 East Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL. 
Arnstein, Melville G. (I710)
Section: CAPITAL REGION, Page: B8
Date: Saturday, June 1, 1996
SCOTIA -- Clifford P. Salo, 44, of Bruce Street, died Thursday at home.

He was born in Brooklyn and had lived in the Capital Region for the past 11 years. Mr. Salo was a database administrator for the state Division of Housing in Albany for 11 years.

He was a member of the Public Employees Federation, the Northeast Model 200 User Group (NEMUG) and St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.

Survivors include his wife, Wendy Browne Salo; three daughters, Valerie Salo, Emily Salo and Virginia Salo, all of Scotia; his parents, Wilho and Muriel Salo of Vestal, Broome County; and three sisters, Carolyn Salo of Alexandria, Va., Liisa Watson of Vestal and Kate Knapp of Morrisville, Pa.

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.

Contributions may be made to the Salo Scholarship Fund, State Employees Federal Credit Union, Box 12189, Albany, NY 12212-2189.

Arrangements are by the Schenectady Cremation Service, 1346 Chrisler Ave., Schenectady. 
Salo, Clifford Paul (I1384)
45 Earl L. Cahan, 95, attorney, arbitrator

Source: Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA); 470 words
Published: 2006-10-26
Section: OBITUARIES | Page B09 | Edition: CITY-D

Earl L. Cahan, 95, an arbitrator for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, died Saturday of heart failure at home in the Dorchester, in the same elegant suit he wore to the Palm, where he had dined earlier in the evening.

Mr. Cahan was raised in Germantown and graduated from Germantown High School. In 1929, he moved to the Chateau Crillon, the first high-rise on Rittenhouse Square, built in 1929 by his real estate mogul father, Louis.
Mr. Cahan lived at the Chateau while earning a bachelor's degree in 1933 from the Wharton School and a law degree in 1937 from the University of Pennsylvania.

In 1941, Mr. Cahan married Jayne Seidman, the granddaughter of Philadelphia cigar czar Sam Grabosky. The couple raised a son, Bruce, on Latches Lane in Merion Station. They divorced in 1954. She died in 1990.

Immediately after graduating from law school, Mr. Cahan was named assistant city solicitor, a post he held until 1952.

From 1952 to 1980, Mr. Cahan ran Louis H. Cahan & Co., a construction and real estate management firm in Trenton. The firm, which was founded by his father, built several major buildings in Trenton, including the main post office.

Mr. Cahan married Marie Goldacher in 1956. She died in 1991.

From 1964 to 1977, Mr. Cahan was an attorney and broker for the real estate firm owned by Albert M. Greenfield Jr. and Barbara Greenfield.

Mr. Cahan was state arbitration commissioner for Pennsylvania from 1977 to 1982. Gov. Richard Thornburgh appointed him assistant general counsel for the Pennsylvania Health Care Conciliation Program. He left that position in the late 1980s.

In the mid-1990s, Mr. Cahan became an arbitrator for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. He worked at that job until the day before he died.

"Earl looked 20 years younger than he was," said Andrew Kahn, life partner of Mr. Cahan's son. "His appearance was flawless. His blue eyes were forever sparkling, his face was alive with expression."

On the evening of his death, Mr. Cahan was wearing his newest brown gabardine suit and light blue shirt. He escorted Frances Kramer, whom he affectionately called his "girlfriend" of 15 years, and two other ladies to the Palm in the Bellevue.

"After drinking a vodka on the rocks with lime and olives - his nightly regimen whether he was at home or out - Earl ate a three-pound lobster, and rice pudding for dessert," Kahn said. "He said he was not feeling well and put the ladies in the car to go on to the theater."

Mr. Cahan was found a short time later in the Dorchester, where he had lived for 25 years, still dressed in his overcoat and suit.

Mr. Cahan has no survivors besides his son.

Services were Tuesday.

Contact staff writer Gayle Ronan Sims at 215-854-4185 or
Illustration/Photo: Earl L. Cahan 
Cahan, Earl L. (I1304)
Maurice Levy, 93, of New Haven, died Feb. 8. He was the widow of the late Edith (Wolinsky) Levy. Born in New Haven, he was the son of the late Louis and Adele Levy. He is survived by his daughter, Paula Levy of New Haven; his son, Richard Levy and his wife Barbara of Milford; two grandchildren and their spouses; and three great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his son, Howard Levy. Memorial contributions may be made a charity of the donor's choice. 
Levy, Morris (I151)
47 Ruth P. Barclay of Gibsonia
Ruth P. Barclay, formerly of Gibsonia, died Tuesday, April 20, 2004, in Richmond, Va. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Bakerstown, an associate member of Matoaca United Methodist Church in Matoaca, Va., and a member of the Gold Star Wives and formerly was employed by the North Hills News-Record, a division of Gannett. She was the widow of Army Lt. Col. Robertson M. Barclay and also was predeceased by her mother, Hazel; father, Frederick; sisters, Alice and Jean, and brother, Frederick "Bud," and his wife, Helen. She is survived by sons Robert P. (Patricia) Barclay of Richmond and Bruce (Marie) Barclay of Macedon, N.Y., and grandchildren Kevin, Jennifer, Adam and Susie. A memorial service to celebrate her life will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 22, in First Presbyterian Church of Bakerstown, Route 8 and Heckert Road, Richland. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Lighthouse, P.O. Box 366, Bakerstown, PA 15007.
Sign online Ruth Barclay guestbook now. 
Pollock, Ruth (I215)
48 Wilho (Bill) Salo
of Ocala, Fla.
formerly of Vestal, N.Y.
Wilho Salo, formerly of Vestal, passed away Monday, June 13, 2005, at his home in Ocala, Florida. He was predeceased by his son, Clifford P. Salo. He is survived by his wife, Noreen; three daughters and sons-in-law, Carolyn and Thomas Clark, Liisa and Terry Watson, Kate and John Knapp; daughter-in-law, Wendy Salo Clarke; nine grandchildren, Valerie, Emily, Virginia, Sarah, Troy, Leena, Elsa, Karina and Harrison; one sister and brother-in-law, Liisa and Ken Hollister; one niece, Liz Jackson; and one nephew, Tim Hollister. He was born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., and served in the U.S. Navy during WWII. He was a graduate of Brooklyn Poly Tech, and received his MBA from NYU. He was a longtime member of the Binghamton Club and the Binghamton Country Club where he enjoyed golf and gin games with his buddies. He loved the NY Giants, and taking a real Finnish sauna. He was a kind, gentle, and generous man who loved his family. Dad, we love you and you will live forever in our hearts.
A memorial service was held at the Queen of Peace Church, Ocala. Burial was at the Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Florida. Contributions may be made to the Society for PSP, Exec. Plaza III, 11350 McCormick Road, Suite 906, Hunt Valley, Md. 21031, in his memory. 
Salo, Wilho (I264)
49 Poputecie, Meteliai          
Family F401
50 A Luba Gluskin born in Wilna, Poland (Vilnius, Lithuania now) in 1896 was listed as a refugee from the holocaust in italy in 1946 - parents listed as Zacharia and Rachel. Maybe a daughter Monika Gluskin (mother listed as Lubja - could be Luba, father Shloma) - but given the marriage to Itzko (not Shloma), this may not be the same Luba Luba (I21)

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