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Buffalo News (New York), Obituaries, 1990-1998

ANNA MAE DEYO October 21 1992 Buffalo News D6 She was a member of the American Legion and was an avid bowler. She was the widow of Chester Deyo. Survivors include two daughters, Judith Moulder of Newark, Ohio, and Frances Westerman of the Town of Niagara; a son, David of the Town of Niagara; 14 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 8:30 p.m. today in the Grimes Funeral Home, 7311 Porter Road, Town of Niagara. Burial will be private. {M/McCarthy}. New York

FRANCES R. Westerman April 26 1994 Buffalo News A8 A native of Niagara Falls, the former Frances R. Deyo was a lifelong resident of this area. She was active in Town of Niagara political organizations for many years and was a member of the Auxiliary of LaSalle Post 1142, American Legion, in Niagara Falls. She attended Niagara County Community College and was a nurse's aide for several years at Mount St. Mary's Hospital, Lewiston. For the last two years, she was an outreach worker with the Niagara County Office for the Aging. Surviving, besides her husband, are a son, Kenneth of Niagara Falls; three daughters, Kimberly Schwalm, Maureen and Christine; a brother, David Deyo of Sanborn; a sister, Judith Moulder of Newark, Ohio; and five grandchildren. {Baldwin}. New York

JOSEPH DIPASQUALE December 08 1994 Buffalo News B6 Survivors include his wife of 32 years, the former Florence Moore; a son, Robert J. of Niagara Falls; two daughters, Beverly J. Petroziello of Wilson and Judith Moore Westerman of Virginia Beach, Va.; four children from a previous marriage; a sister, Rose DiPasquale Naccarato of Niagara Falls; several grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in Otto Redanz LaSalle Park Chapel, 2215 Military Road. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery, Lewiston. {Milleville}. New York

MARJORIE L. GAESSER, ACTIVE IN LUPUS FOUNDATION March 14 1997 Buffalo News A9 A graduate of Niagara Falls High School, Mrs. Gaesser worked in the office of the Chisholm-Ryder Co. in Niagara Falls during the 1940s. In 1948, she began working for the forerunner of Calspan Advanced Technology Center in Cheektowaga. She also worked for the General Electric Co. in the Town of Tonawanda from 1976 until she retired in 1989. Mrs. Gaesser was an avid golfer and bowler and was a ceramics hobbyist. She was an active volunteer for the Lupus Foundation. Her husband, Kenneth R. Gaesser, died in 1976. Survivors include two sons, Gordon L. of Bear, Del., and Bruce R. of Catonsvile, Md.; a daughter, Gail M. Mattina of the Town of Tonawanda; a sister, Jean Westerman of the Town of Tonawanda; two brothers, George Lyall of Gurnee, Ill., and Alexander Lyall of Niagara Falls; and three grandchildren. A memorial service was held today in St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, Brighton and Fries roads, Town of Tonawanda. {Kowalik}. New York 

ANNA MAE DEYO October 21 1992 Buffalo News D6 Anna Mae Deyo, 72, of Stoelting Street died Tuesday (Oct. 20, 1992) in Mount St. Mary's Hospital, Lewiston, after a short illness. Born in Schenectady, Mrs. Deyo attended local schools in Lyons. She later moved to the Niagara Falls area and worked as a store manager for Neisner Bros. on Falls Street for 25 years. She was a member of the American Legion and was an avid bowler. She was the widow of Chester Deyo. Survivors include two daughters, Judith Moulder of Newark, Ohio, and Frances Westerman of the Town of Niagara; a son, David of the Town of Niagara; 14 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 8:30 p.m. today in the Grimes Funeral Home, 7311 Porter Road, Town of Niagara. Burial will be private. {M/McCarthy}. New York

JOSEPH DIPASQUALE December 08 1994 Buffalo News B6 DiPasquale, 84, of Creekside Parkway, was born in Niagara Falls and was a familiar face in the Old Falls Street area. He sold tours of the falls area and Canada and was employed by various tour companies. He also owned and operated Veterans Sightseeing Tours for many years. In addition, he owned the former Flo's Souvenirs on Niagara and Prospect streets in Niagara Falls from 1965 to 1985. Survivors include his wife of 32 years, the former Florence Moore; a son, Robert J. of Niagara Falls; two daughters, Beverly J. Petroziello of Wilson and Judith Moore Westerman of Virginia Beach, Va.; four children from a previous marriage; a sister, Rose DiPasquale Naccarato of Niagara Falls; several grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in Otto Redanz LaSalle Park Chapel, 2215 Military Road. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery, Lewiston. {Milleville}. New York

FRANCES R. Westerman April 26 1994 Buffalo News A8 Services for Frances R. Westerman, wife of Councilman Leonard G. Westerman, will be held at 9 p.m. Wednesday in Otto Redanz LaSalle Park Chapel, 2215 Military Road. Private burial will be in Acacia Park Cemetery, Pendleton. New York

FRANCES R. Westerman April 26 1994 Buffalo News A8 Mrs. Westerman, 48, of Woodside Place, died Sunday (April 24, 1994) in Mount St. Mary's Hospital, Lewiston, after a short illness.

A native of Niagara Falls, the former Frances R. Deyo was a lifelong resident of this area. She was active in Town of Niagara political organizations for many years and was a member of the Auxiliary of LaSalle Post 1142, American Legion, in Niagara Falls.

She attended Niagara County Community College and was a nurse's aide for several years at Mount St. Mary's Hospital, Lewiston. For the last two years, she was an outreach worker with the Niagara County Office for the Aging.

Surviving, besides her husband, are a son, Kenneth of Niagara Falls; three daughters, Kimberly Schwalm, Maureen and Christine; a brother, David Deyo of Sanborn; a sister, Judith Moulder of Newark, Ohio; and five grandchildren. {Baldwin}. New York

MARJORIE L. GAESSER, ACTIVE IN LUPUS FOUNDATION March 14 1997 Buffalo News A9 Marjorie L. Gaesser, 71, of the Town of Tonawanda died Wednesday (March 12, 1997) in Buffalo General Hospital. She was 71.

The former Marjorie Lyall was born in Niagara Falls and lived on 30th Street.

A graduate of Niagara Falls High School, Mrs. Gaesser worked in the office of the Chisholm-Ryder Co. in Niagara Falls during the 1940s. In 1948, she began working for the forerunner of Calspan Advanced Technology Center in Cheektowaga. She also worked for the General Electric Co. in the Town of Tonawanda from 1976 until she retired in 1989.

Mrs. Gaesser was an avid golfer and bowler and was a ceramics hobbyist. She was an active volunteer for the Lupus Foundation.

Her husband, Kenneth R. Gaesser, died in 1976.

Survivors include two sons, Gordon L. of Bear, Del., and Bruce R. of Catonsvile, Md.; a daughter, Gail M. Mattina of the Town of Tonawanda; a sister, Jean Westerman of the Town of Tonawanda; two brothers, George Lyall of Gurnee, Ill., and Alexander Lyall of Niagara Falls; and three grandchildren.

A memorial service was held today in St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, Brighton and Fries roads, Town of Tonawanda. {Kowalik}. New York

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