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||St James record reads b. 22 Jul 1875 ||Charles Frederick Achterberg
||The News of the Tonawandas, Aug 6, 1953|
ACHTERBERG - Charles F. Achterberg, 78, died Wednesday evening, Aug. 5, 1953, at his home in Tonawanda Creek Rd., Town of Amherst, after a long illness. He is survived by his wife, Alice, nee Williams. Father of Leonard of Orchard Park; Maynard and Mrs. Jacob Dexheimer of North Tonawanda, and Mrs. John Price of Cooperstown, N.Y. Brother of Mrs. Anna Maerten. Four grandchildren survive. Services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Fretthold Funeral Home, 1241 Oliver at Ward Rd. The Rev. Fredrick Hinners will officiate. Interment will be in Wheatfield Cemetery
|Charles Frederick Achterberg
||Row 133 SE ||Charles Wilhelm Friedrich Achterberg
||ERNEST F. ACHTERBERG|
Ernest F. Achterberg, 68, died yesterday afternoon at his home, 1107 Oliver street He was born in Germany and had resided here the past 60 years. He was a member of St. Peter's Evangelical and Reformed church. Surviving are his wife, Ida; two daughters, Mrs. John F. Susty and Mrs. Edward C. Janowsky; a son, Ernest J., and two grandchildren. Other survivors are two brothers, Charles of Pickard's Bridge and Gustav of North Tonawanda, and a sister, Mrs. Anna Maerten of North Tonawanda. He was also a member of the Buffalo Bolt Mutual Aid Society. Rites will be held tuesday at 2 pm from the residence. The Rev. J. J. Braun will officiate. Burial will be in Mountain View cemetery, Pekin, NY.
|Ernest Ferdinand Achterberg
||Tonawanda Evening News - 10/3/1969|
ACHTERBERG - Ernest J. Achterberg, 64, of 37 Ward Road, North Tonawanda, unexpectedly Thursday (Oct. 2, 1969) at DeGraff Memorial Hospital. Mr. Achterberg was a member of St. Peter's United Church of Christ, Gratwick Hose Company, and the North Tonawanda Firemen's Benevolent Association. He was a lifelong resident of North Tonawanda, and a former employe of Columbus McKinnon for 41 years. Survivors include his wife, Alice (nee Woodrich) Achterberg; a foster son, Ronald Kuligowski of North Tonawanda, and a sister, Mrs. Edward (Lillian) Janowsky of North Tonawanda. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Fretthold Funeral Home Inc., 1241 Oliver St., at Ward Road, North Tonawanda, where services will be conducted Monday at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. Milton L. Straube will officiate. Interment in White Chapel Memorial Park.
|Ernest Joseph Achterberg
||The Tonawanda News, May 13, 1914|
Mrs Ernestine Vennert
Mrs. Ernestine Vennert, widow of John Vennert of North Tonawanda, died at the home of her son, Herman Busch, on the Ward Rd. this morning after a lingering illness. She was born in Germany on Oct 19, 1835, and came to America twenty four years ago. The deceased located in North Tonawanda three years. Two sons, Herman and Emil Busch, two brothers, Ferdinand Achterberg of St. Johnsburg, and Ernest Achterberg of Germany, and one sister, Louise Ziehm of Germany survive. Funeral Announcement will be made later.
The Tonawanda News, May 14, 1914
Mrs. Ernestine Vennert
The funeral of Mrs. Ernestine Vennert will be held from the home of Herman Busch on the Ward road tomorrow afternoon at one o'clock and an hour later from the St. John's Lutheran church at St. Johnsburg, the Rev. Mr. Albrecht officiating. Burial will be made at St. Johnsburg.
||Evening News of the Tonawandas, Apr 26, 1919|
Ferdinand Achterberg, 81 years old died yesterday afternoon at his home on the Niagara Falls boulevard at Wurlitzer after a long illness. Besides his wife, three sons, Charles Achterberg of the town of Wheatfield. Ernest and Gustav Achterberg of North Tonawanda, two daughters, Mrs Augusta Luther and Mrs Albert Maertin of the Tonawandas, 28 grandchildren and five great grandchildren survive. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon from the late residence at 1:30 o'clock and a half hour later from St John's church at St Johnsburg. Burial will be in St John's cemetery.
|Ferdinand A. Achterberg
||Headstone reads b. 1838 ||Ferdinand A. Achterberg
Gustav Achterberg of 57 Fredericka St. died Thursday evening in the DeGraff Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He is survived by a brother, Charles, of the
town of Amherst and a sister, Mrs. Anna Maertin, with whom he had resided the past 29 years. The funeral will be held Sunday at 2:30 p. m. from the Maertin home. The Rev. Paul Fretthold will officiate. Burial will be in St Mark's Lutheran Cemetery.
|Gustav George Achterberg
||The Tonawanda News|
PARENTS SEEKING SON WHO LEFT HOME TWO WEEKS AGO
Leonard Achterberg, Aged 14 Years, Has Disappeared - May be Working In Nearby City. Leonard Achterberg, aged 14 years, has been missing from the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Achterberg, for more than two weeks. The boy left home without leaving any word, but his parents, who live on the Nash road just outside the North Tonawanda city line, bel!eve to be working in some nearby city: He may have gone to Cuba, N. Y., it is believed. The boy's father has visited practically every city in the vicinity in search of his son, but so far has discovered no trace of the missing youth. The parents are very anxious to get some word regarding their son, and ask anyone who has seen or heard of him since he left home to communicate with them. The boy is very dark completion.
Dies at Orchard Park
NORTH TONAWANDA, Oct. 21 - Leonard Achterberg, 51, died Tuesday at Orchard Park. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Alice Achterberg, of Amherst; a brother, Maynard Achterberg, and two sisters, Mrs. Jacob Dexheimer, both of this city, and Mrs. John Price, of Adams. Last rites will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Fretthold Funeral Home here. Interment will be in Wheatfield Cemetery
|Leonard G. Achterberg
||WILLIAM F. ACHTERBURG|
William F. Achterburg, 53 years old, a resident of this city for over 25 years, died at his home on the Nash road last night, after a long illness. The deceased was born in Germany. Besides his widow, two sons, Charles and Herman of Niagara Falls; one daughter, Mrs. Edward Frost of Buffalo; three brothers Carl Bush of Germany and Herman and Emil Bush of Tonawanda and one sister Anna Bush of Germany survive. The funeral will be held on Thursday afternoon at 1 o’clock from the late home and an hour later from the St. Johnsburg Lutheran Church, the Rev. Mr. Strack of Bergholtz, officiating. Burial will be in the St. Johnsburg cemetery.
|William Frederick Achterberg
||Tonawanda Evening News - 5/15/1943|
William Achtenberg, 34, a former resident of North Tonawanda, died yesterday at his home in Detroit. He is survived by his wife, Delma, nee Klemer a daughter, Aria, of Detroit his mother, Mrs. Margaret Fiegenbaum, and a sister, Mrs. Michael Hare, both of Washington, D C. The body will be brought to the home of George H. Klemer, 113 East Felton street, tomorrow. Funeral services will be conducted there Monday afternoon by the Rev. Paul Fretthold. Burial will be in St. Mark's cemetery.
|William N. Achterberg
||Mrs. Margaret Helena Licht, 55 years old, 49 Catherine street, died this morning at a Buffalo hospital after a brief illness. She was a life-long resident of Tonawanda, a member Of the Broad Street Baptist church and the Ladies' Aid Society. Surviving are a husband, Albert; ten sons, Arnold, Eagle Harbor, N. Y.; LeRoy, Algonquin Park, Ont., Elmer, Walter, Henry, John, Floyd, Ralph, LeGrand and Norman, Tonawanda, and 11 grandchildren. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the residence. Rev. Harold Clark of the Broad Street Baptist church, assisted by Rev. Robert A. Noble of Cowlesville, will conduct the services and burial will be in Elmlawn. ||Margaret Helena Acker
||Tonawanda Evening News - 12/31/1968|
ACKERMAN - Earl E. Ackerman, 66, of 570 E. Thompson St., North Tonawanda, unexpectedly Sunday (Dec. 29, 1968) at DeGraff Memorial Hospital. Survived by his wife. Lexy T. (nee Stevenson) Acker man; a daughter, Mrs. Francis (Elizabeth) Huss of Penfield, N.Y.: a son, Donald E. Ackerman of North Tonawanda: a sister, Mrs. Lyle (Verna) Gipp Sr., North Tonawanda; two brothers, Glenwood C. and Ira Ackerman, both of Tonawanda : seven grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Mr. Ackerman was a member of North Presbyterian Church, Sutherland Lodge 826, F&AM and Fellowcraft Club, and was a former employe of Columbus-McKinnon Corp. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Hilliard Funeral Home Inc., 147 Delaware St., Tonawanda, where services will be conducted at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, the Rev. Frank E. Wright officiating. Interment in White Chapel Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the North Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund or Sutherland Lodge Building Fund. Masonic memorial services will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
|Earl E. Ackerman
||Niagara Gazette - 4/2/1948|
William H. Ackerson, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie H. Ackerson, 146 Sixty-ninth street, died at about 9 p.m. yesterday at his home after an illness of some seven years. Born in Niagara Falls, the young man attended schools here prior to his illness. He is survived by his parents, two sisters, Mrs. John. L. Berry and Frances Ann Ackerson; two brothers, Richard A. and Robert K. Ackerson, all of this city, and his grandfathers, August Stelnbrenner, Corona, L.I. and William Ackerson, this city. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 pm. at the Gridley Funeral home, 750 Main street, with the Rev. Leonhard Ludwlg, minister of St. Paul's Lutheran church officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery.
|William Hugh Ackerson
||Tonawanda Evening News - 6/24/1937|
Mrs. Alma I. Witt, 49 years old, died early today at her home, 426 Schenck street. She was a life-long resident, a member of St. Peter's Lutheran church, Thompson and Bryant streets and the Priscilla Guild and the VonVora society of the church. She leaves a husband, William; two sons, Ronald and William, Jr.; a mother, Mrs. Augusta Acksel; two sisters. Miss Ida Acksel, all of North Tonawanda, and Mrs. Elmer Westphal, Buffalo, and a brother, Arnold Acksel, North Tonawanda. Rites will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the residence. Rev. Ernest Schneppe will officiate. Interment will be in St. Peter's cemetery.
|Alma I. Acksel
||PFANNER - Ida A. Pfanner, 80, of North Tonawanda, Thursday (March 8, 1979) at DeGraff Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Mrs. Pfanner was a lifelong resident of North Tonawanda and a member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, the North Tonawanda Senior Citizens and the Salem League. Wife of the late Fred Pfanner, she is survived by one step-daughter, Mrs. Loris (Jean) Derian; one brother, Arnold Acksel and one sister, Mrs. Minnie Kolloff, all of North Tonawanda; grandmother of three grandchildren, also survived by several nieces and nephews. Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., at the Wattengel Funeral Home, Inc., 307 Oliver St., North Tonawanda where services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m., the Rev. William P. Hennessy officiating. Burial White Chapel Cemetery. ||Ida A. Acksel
Marie Ahrens Mante
Longtime Rebekah Lodge member
BERGHOLZ - Marie (Ahrens) Mante, 85, of Stoelting Street, died Sunday (Oct. 20, 1985) in Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center. Born in Elmwood, Ont., she had lived in Niagara Falls for 27 years and in Bergholz for 38 years. She had worked for several years for the former Krausmann's department store and had also worked in an area jewelry store and for over 20 years had managed the gift shop in the Castle Court Motel. She had been a member of the Riverdale Rebekah Lodge for over 50 years, and was a former Noble Grand and District Deputy. She was a member of the Past Noble Grands Association, the Past District Deputies Club of Niagara Rebekah District 1.2, St. James Lutheran Church, the Friendship Club of the Sanborn Senior Group, and most recently the Rebekah Lodge in North Tonawanda. She was an avid bingo player. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Shirley Lloyd of Niagara Falls; sister, Mrs. Sophia Hossfield of Walkerton, Ont.; brother, Edmund Ahrens of Elmwood, Ont.; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. She was the wife of the late Wally J. Mante and the late Fred Fairman and the sister of the late Hulda Ahrens, John Ahrens, Arthur Ahrens, and Fred Ahrens. The family will be present 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Otto Redanz Funeral Home; Inc., Michigan Avenue at Tenth Street. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home, with the Rev. John H. Crilley, pastor of St. James Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery, Lewiston. Contributions to St. James Lutheran Church are acceptable as tribute.
|Marie Elisabeth Ahrens
|| AKE - Angela Pauline Ake, 17, of Sanborn, Thursday (March 29) in Lewiston. Beloved daughter of Mrs. Leroy (Ellie) Denef of Sanborn and Jean Ake of Florida; sister of Pvt. Gene A. Ake of San Diego, Calif., Valerie and Samantha Ake, both of Sanborn, Renee and Lawrence Denef, both of North Tonawanda; paternal granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pfitzinger of North Tonawanda; niece of Veldon Ake, Gary Ake and Mrs. James (Myra) Davos, all of Indiana. Friends are invited to attend a memorial service Sunday (April l) at 2 p.m. at St. Martins Lutheran Church, 322 Old Falls Blvd., North Tonawanda. The Rev. David Kaplan and the Rev. Charles Hobbs will officiate. Arrangements by the Brunner Funeral Home.|
Tonawanda News March 30, 1979
Police search for girl's killer
State police were searching today for a Lewiston man whom they said witnesses identified as the killer of a young girl found shot to death on the Tuscarora Indian Reservation in Niagara County. Police identified the suspect as Murray Printup, 24, who they said is believed to still be somewhere in the area. The body of Angela Denef,17, of 5830 Buffalo Road, Sanborn, was found Thursday in a residence on Mount Hope Road, police said. She had been shot in the head. Police said two persons witnessed the shooting. Jealousy was listed by police as the motive for the shooting. The Niagara County coroner pronounced the girl dead at the scene and the body was moved to the Erie County Medical Center for an autopsy.
|Angeline Pauline Ake
||Woman 66, Dies At Home|
SANBORN - Mrs. Dorothy G. Treichler , 66, of 5376 Bridgeman Road, died Monday
(April 26, 1965) at her home after a lengthy illness. Born in Buffalo, she was a daughter, of Joseph and Grace Elmer Albertson. She was a member of Sanborn Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband, Arthur Treichler; two daughters, Mrs. Beverley Jasinski, Sanborn, and Mrs, Lois ..Calif., two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Sanborn, of Buffalo, and Mrs. Wilbur Treichler, Sanborn; a brother, Edgar Albertson, Buffalo; one grandchild and several nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Pike and Jones Funeral Home, Rev. Benson A, Benton officiating. Burial will be in Mount View Cemetery at Pekln.
|Dorothy G. Albertson
||July 11, 2010|
Shirley J. Alcorn Strasburg
MOBILE, AL - Shirley Jean Alcorn Strasburg, 78, of Mobile AL, formerly of Niagara Falls, NY, passed away on Friday, July 9, 2010, following a long illness. Shirley was the daughter of the late Halvin and Gertrude Alcorn, also of Niagara Falls, NY, and was the beloved wife of the late William Harold Strasburg. Bill died in 2008 in Mobile AL. They had been happily married 55 years. After leaving Niagara Falls in 1971, they lived in Mobile, AL, Charleston, SC and then returned to live near family in Mobile, AL. Shirley was a laboratory chemist by trade and worked at Oldbury, Hooker Chemical and Union Carbide. She was also an expert seamstress and worked at Piece Goods in Charleston, SC. Shirley, a loving mother, grandmother, sister and aunt, is survived by her four children (Kathy Gresh, Maryland; Karen McNeal, Georgia; William Strasburg, South Carolina; and Charles Strasburg, Alabama); 12 grandchildren; one sister, (Betty Dugan, Texas). Her oldest sister, Verna Alcorn, died the day after her death on July 10, 2010 in Lewiston. She was predeceased by her brother, Phillip. Shirley was a wonderful mother and grandmother. She was always there to listen to stories, dry your tears and take pride in your achievements. She was an excellent cook and you could count on your “favorite” dish being served when you visited. Her love for her children and her grandchildren was unconditional. A private Memorial Service was held on July 11, 2010 in Mobile, AL. In lieu of flowers, family members ask that donations be made to the American Parkinson Disease Association.
|Shirley Jean Alcorn
||July 11, 2010|
Verna E. Alcorn
LEWISTON - Verna E. Alcorn, age 89, long time resident of Niagara Falls, NY, passed away on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at Fairchild Manor Nursing Home, in Lewiston, following a long illness. Verna was born March 19, 1921, in Niagara Falls, NY, the beloved daughter of the late Halvin and Gertrude (Bechtel) Alcorn, also of Niagara Falls, NY. During the war, Verna worked as a Nurse’s Aide at Memorial Hospital. Soon after, Verna traveled to New York City to work for American Airlines and then later Levitt and Sons. When she returned to Niagara Falls in the 1950s, she worked as an Executive Secretary at Pittsburgh Metallurgical (later called Airco Alloys). She ended her career at Lindy. She enjoyed her membership in the Quota Club for many years and contributed her time working at the Attic Shop run by the Ladies Auxiliary of Zion Lutheran Church. Verna, a loving sister, cousin and aunt, is survived by her sister, Betty Dugan (Texas); cousin, Vera Caldwell (Niagara Falls); nieces, Kathy Strasburg Gresh (Maryland), Karen Strasburg McNeal (Georgia); and nephews, Kent Dugan (Texas), Kirk Dugan (Texas), William Strasburg (South Carolina), Charles Strasburg (Alabama). She was predeceased by her brother, Phillip (as a child); and then her sister, Shirley Alcorn Strasburg, who died Friday, July 9, 2010 in Mobile, AL. Verna was an extremely generous and loving person. She gave selflessly to family and friends all of her life. She was an adventurous spirit who loved to try new things. She loved gardening and her pets. Funeral services will be held at HARDISON FUNERAL HOME, N. Fourth & Ridge Sts., Lewiston on Wednesday, July 14th at 11:00 AM, with the Rev. Thomas Mason officiating. There will be no prior visitation. Burial will be in Niagara Falls Memorial Park, Lewiston. The family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to either the Humane Society or the American Parkinson Disease Association.
||James N. Alexander, age 76, of Lockport, formerly of Liberty, PA, entered into rest on March 23, 2012, at Eastern Niagara Hospital, Lockport site. Born in Niagara Falls, NY on January 16, 1936 to the late William and Margaret (Newton) Alexander. He was employed at Spaulding Composites Co., Inc. and American Optical, before retirement. James was an avid hunter, fisherman, sportsman and enjoyed nature photography. He was a life member and past Chief of the Shawnee Volunteer Fire Company, and also a life member of the Frontier Fire Company; member of the Shawnee Benevolent Association, Western New York Volunteer Fireman's Assoc., and the Red Run Rod & Gun Club, Ralston, PA.. Survivors include his beloved wife, Alice (Moje) Alexander. They were united in marriage July 30, 1973; nine children, Keith, Kevin and Kent Tremblett, all of North Tonawanda, William (Sandie) Singleton of Appleton, Karen (Michael) Schleicher of North Tonawanda, Richard (Cheryl) Singleton of Lockport, Peggy (Dave) Andrzejewski of North Tonawanda, Diane Salverson of Lexington, SC, and Mary (Thomas) Schneider of Lockport; a brother, David (Janice) Alexander of Grand Island; sister, Nancy (Gerald) Reid of Ransomville; 27 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.. Friends are invited to attend a memorial service at the Shawnee Fire Company, 3747 Lockport Road, Wheatfield, on Monday, March 26 at 11:00 AM. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Shawnee Fire Company. Arrangements were handled by the DUBOIS FUNERAL HOME.. Visit www.niagara-gazette.com/obituaries for online guest register ||James Newton Alexander
||KLOPFER - Helen Klopfer, 69, of 2413 Cayuga St.. Bergholtz, N.Y. in St. Mary's Manor, Saturday (August 23. 1980). Wife of John R. Klopfer of Bergholtz, N.Y.; mother of Robert A. Klopfer of Bergholtz, N.Y. and Glenn I. Klopfer of Grand Rapids. Michigan; sister of James Allan of Kenmore. N.Y. and Mrs. Arnold (Ann) Weslington of Tonawanda. N.Y.; also survived by 5 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in St. Mary's Manor. The family will be present in the Otto Redanz Funeral Home Inc.. Michigan Ave. at 10th St., Niagara Falls. N.Y. Monday from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m Interment in Elmlawn Cemetery. If desired, contributions may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Societyof Western NY. ||Helen Allan
||EDWARD F. ALLARD|
Edward F. Allard, 52, 80 Allen street, died Saturday at Meyer Memorial Hospital, Buffalo. He was born in North Tonawanda and lived here all his life. Surviving are his wife, Dorothy; two sons, Edward S. and Elmer R., and a daughter, Florence M.; a brother, Walter J. Allard and a sister, Mrs. Roy I. Overholt. He was a member of Gratwick Hose Company, Wheatfield Benefit Association, Firemen's Benevolent Association. The funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the residence and at 2:15 p.m. at Third Presbyterian church. The Rev. William H. Saye will officiate. Burial will be in St. Mark's Cemetery.
|Edward Floyd Allard
||12 July 1927 The Tonawanda News|
Evelyn Bertha Allard, 4 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allard of 342 Fredericka street died last night at the home of her parents after only a few days illness. The child is survived by two brothers in addition to her parents. Services will be conducted from the late residence Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, the Rev. Harry A. Depfer officiating. Interment will be at Elmlawn.
|Evelyn Bertha Allard
||Buffalo NY Morning Express - 6/21/1913|
Tonawanda. June 20 -Horace Allard. Jr. twenty years old. was drowned about 8 o'clock tonight in Ellicott creek when his canoe overturned. Allard, who was a carpenter by trade, boarded at No. 41 Grove street. His home was in Pekin. Tonight he with another boarder. Frank Armstrong. went for a canoe ride on the creek. They drew up to a wharf and Armstrong got out intending to return in a few minutes. Allard pushed out from the pier alone and had Just reached the middle of the stream whan the boat overturned. H A. Baumler was in a nearby boathouse and witnessed the accident He threw a life-preserver into the water, but the drowning man could not reach it He sank before help could reach him. The body was recovered within ten minutes, but every effort to revive the young man failed. It was taken to the Hamp undertaking-rooms and will be removed to the home of his parents in Pekin later.
||Niagara Gazette - 1/30/1935|
PEKIN. Jan. 30. - The death of Horace Allard, 83, occurred at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. L. Pierce, of this village, today. Mr. Allard was born in Colden. Erie county, in 1852, and had been a resident of this village for the past 52 years. For a number of years he was employed as caretaker of Mountain View cemetery until falling health forced him to retire. He was a member of the Pekin Church of Christ He is survived by his wife, Florence Allard: one daughter, Mrs. Pierce: one sister, Mrs. Winnifred Even, of Oregon City, Oregon: three grandchildren. three great grandchildren and one great great grandchild. Funeral services will be held from the home of the daughter, Mrs. Pierce, at 130 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Interment will be in Mountain View cemetery.
|Horace E. Allard
||Jonathan Edward Allard|
The Tonawanda News
COSHOCTON, OHIO - Jonathan Edward Allard, age 21, of Coshocton, OH, and formerly of the City of Tonawanda, Saturday, June 26, 2010, at Ohio State University Medical Center, following a brief illness. A lifelong resident of Tonawanda, he was a 2007 graduate of Tonawanda High School and was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church. He is survived by his mother, Cindy J. (Thomas A. Henderson III) Allard of Coshocton, OH; his grandmother, Shirley M. Allard of Tonawanda and was the grandson of Edward S. Allard, who died in 1992. Also survived by several aunts, uncles and cousins. Friends may call Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 PM at John O. Roth Funeral Home, Inc., 25 William St. (between Morgan & Broad Sts.), in Tonawanda, where funeral services will be conducted at 10 AM Thursday by the Rev. Robert L. Rickus. Burial will be in Elmlawn Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. Memorial contributions may be made to Jonathan’s family, c/o Cindy J. Allard.
|Jonathan Edward Allard
||Woman Is Killed In Falls Blvd.|
A 60-year-old Town of Wheatfield woman became the victim Friday of Niagara County's first traffic fatality of the July 4 weekend. Mrs. Laura Pauline Alles, of 2293 Cayuga Drive, was killed at 9:56 p.m. when hit by a car while crossing Niagara Falls Boulevard a quarter of a mile east of Walmore Road. She was pronounced dead on arrival at Mount St. Mary's Hospital Dr. John Kinzly, Niagara County coroner, and Deputy Sheriff Ernest Longo investigated. Mrs. Alles was struck by a car driven by Thomas Kull, 39, of 1540 Arthur St., Niagara Falls, Ont. Alles' grandson, Kenneth Strassburg, 11, of 923 95th St., who was walking with her, escaped injury. Mr. Hull's car was westbound in Niagara Falls Boulevard. He was not charged. Deputy Longo said Kenneth told him he and his grandmother were waiting at the curb to cross when Mrs. Alles suddenly ran into the highway. Kenneth said he remained at the curb and shouted to his grandmother that a car was coming. Mrs. Alles was born in Colden Aug. 12, 1905. She was the widow of Henry Alles. She is survived by a son, John W. Alles, and a daughter, Mrs. Glenn. (Geraldine) Strassburg, both of Niagara Falls; two sister, Mrs. Robert (Mary) Smith Niagara Falls, and Mrs. Harold (Gladys) Croker, Orchard Park, and a brother, Clifford Allard, Orchard Park. Eight grandchildren also survive. Services will be held at 3 p.m. Monday at St. James Lutheran Church, Bergholz. Burial will be in St. James Cemetery. Friends may call at the Otto Redanz Funeral Home after 7 p.m. today and 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday.
|Laura Pauline Allard
||Died on 6/19/2016, at age 79. Beloved son of the late Glenn and Jeanette Allard. Lived in Middleport for the last 15 years, known around town by his blue tricycle. Cherished Uncle Wally to the Shaffer and Andrews families, and a few others. A graveside service will be held on Friday at 11:00 am at Hartland Central Cemetery, friends invited. Please share condoles www.bateswallace.com ||Walter Carl Allard
||ALLARD - Walter J. Allard, 84, of North Tonawanda Tuesday (April 29, 1975) at the Grand Island Manor Nursing Home. Mr. Allard was a lifelong resident of North Tonawanda, a member of St. Mark Lutheran Church, a 50 year employe of Buffalo Bolt Co., and a veteran of World War I. He was the husband of the late Esther L. Allard, who died April 28, 1974, surviving are many nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at the Fretthold Funeral Home, Inc., 1241 Oliver St., at Ward Rd., North Tonawanda from 7 to 9 this evening and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Wednesday. Services will be held at the funeral home Thursday at 10 a.m., the Rev. Thomas K. Spahn will officiate. Interment in St. Mark Lutheran Cemetery. ||Walter Johannes Allard
||The Niagara Gazette, Jan 24, 1942|
NORTH TONAWANDA - One man was killed and two others seriously injured shortly, after 2 o'clock this morning: when the automobile in which they were riding left the Ward road near the Ruie road and crashed into two trees, hurling the occupants of the car onto the pavement. Police were notified by nearby residents and when they arrived on the scene they found Walter Allard, 20, of 90 Allen street, dead and Bronislaus Gawrys, 23, of 197 Seventeenth avenue, and Stanley Golediewski, 22, of 111 Sixth avenue, unconscious on the highway. The police also reported that they found Frank Krzystek, 27, of 284 Thirteenth street, Niagara Falls, stranded with his car among the wreckage. They said that the Niagara Falls man was going north in the Ward, road near the scene and crashed into the wreckage. He was arrested and locked up on a charge of public intoxication. Coroner J. E. Helwlg was notified and had the body of Allard removed to the Wattengel funeral home, in Oliver street. Gawrys and Golediewski were removed to the De Graff Memorial hospital in the police ambulance. Attendants said today that Gawrys is suffering from internal injuries and numerous cuts and bruises. Golediewskl received a possible fracture of the skull and lacerations of the face and scalp. They were driving south in the Ward road, coming home from Niagara Falls, when the car skidded on the wet pavement and crashed into the trees. They were in a convertible coupe owned by Gawrys and driven by Allard.
Plan Allard Rites
NORTH TONAWANDA - Funeral services for Walter Allard, 20, of 90 Allen street, killed, in an automobile accident in the Ward road early Saturday morning, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the family residence. The Rev. William H. Saye, of the Third Presbyterian church, will officiate. Burial will be in St. Mark's cemetery,
Allard is survived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allard: two brothers. Edward D. and Elmer R., and a sister, Florence M., all of North Tonawanda. Allard was a lifelong resident of North Tonawanda. He served with Company K, 174th Regiment, at Port Dix. N. J , until honorably discharged on September 18 last.
|Walter L. Allard
||Dorothy Ardine (Allen) Goater "Ladybug Dot", age 102 of Niagara Falls, was called to her heavenly home on June 11, 2016 at the Schoellkopf Health Center. Born February 14, 1914 in Niagara Falls, New York, daughter of the late Harry and Anna (Hanson) Allen. Dorothy was a member and former secretary at Riverside Presbyterian Church, where she and her husband were instrumental in starting a hand bell choir. She worked at her son's business, Sanborn Greenhouse, well into her retirement years. Dorothy was know for her ladybug collection, loved reading books and had a thirst for knowledge. Predeceased by her husband, Bill Goater; sister, Eleanor Call; brother, Warren Allen; in-laws,Suzanne Goater, William Owler, Gordy Call, Dorothy Allen, Thomas and Geraldine Goater, Harry Goater, Bert and Betty Goater, Amy and Loz Johnson, and May and Ray Phillips. Survived by her son, Kenneth Goater of Sanborn; sister and best friend, Ethel Owler of Youngstown; brother, George Allen of North Tonawanda; sisters-in-law, Shirley Allen and Winifred Goater; and many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be on Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the DUBOIS FUNERAL HOME, 2436 Niagara Road, (Bergholz) in Wheatfield. Services will be conducted in the funeral home on Thursday at 11:00 a.m. Interment in Niagara Falls Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Riverside Presbyterian Church, or St. Jude Hospital. ||Dorothy Ardine Allen
||Mildred A. Mangan, 93, formerly of Youngstown-Lockport Rd., Ransomville, NY, died Sunday April 20, 2008 in Briody's Health Care Facility, Lockport, after a brief illness. Born in Point Edward, Ontario, Canada on March 13, 1915 to John and Rose (Bryant) Allen. Upon moving to Niagara Falls in 1927, she attended Niagara Falls High School. On March 31, 1935 she married Paul C. Mangan and moved to Ransomville in 1947. Paul passed away on June 20, 1981. Mildred worked for Loblaw's Grocery Stores as Head Cashier at several of their locations in Niagara County for 20 years, retiring in 1972. She was a longtime member of the North Ridge United Methodist Church, the Senior Citizen Dale Association in Lockport and the Rebekah Lodge. She also enjoyed knitting, crocheting and gardening. She is survived by two children, Iva (Howard) 'Tommy' Streeter of Delano, FL, Paul E. (Ruby) Mangan of Lockport; eight grandchildren; several great grandchildren; sisters, Thelma Sadlier of Sarnia, Ont, Betty Allen of Calgary; and brothers, Fred Foster of Hamilton, Ont, Logie Allen of Sarnia, Ont; and daughter-in-law, Terry Mangan of Gasport. She was predeceased by a son, Britton Mangan, who died 1991; and several brothers and sisters. Friends may call at the HARDISON FUNERAL HOME, 3648 Ransomville Rd., Ransomville, on Tuesday from 3-8 PM. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday (April 23rd) at 11: 00 AM from the North Ridge United Methodist Church, 3930 North Ridge Rd., Town of Cambria, with Rev. Kim Sellers officiating. Burial in North Ridge Cemetery, Cambria. Memorials may be made to the North Ridge United Methodist Church, 3930 North Ridge Rd., Lockport, NY 14094. ||Mildred Ann Allen
||Watertown NY Daily Times - 5/17/1928 Lowville, May 17. - Raymond G Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allen of Lowville, and Mrs. Sophia S. Brown of Rochester were married at St. Paul's church. Rochester, on April 21, according to announcements received In this village today. The attendants were Mrs. Arthur Riekard and Benjamin Elsie, sister and brother of the bride. ||Raymond George Allen
||The Niagara Gazette Jan 27 1952|
SCHUL - In this city. January 25. 1952 Elisabeth Schul. age 60 of 1837 Ontario Ave. Wife of Charles J. Schul, mother of Roy H.. Elden. of this city and Mrs. Margaret Pope. of Heightstown. New Jersey, sister of George and Charles Alles. Mrs. Fred Bates. Mrs. Henry Sachs. Mrs. John Schlorff, all of Canada. Also survived by three grandchildren. Funeral services from Otto Redanz Funeral Home. Michigan Ave. and 10th St Tuesday at 2 p.m. and 3:30 from St, Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church. Cleveland Ave. and 18th St. Reverend Leonhard L. Ludwlg officiating. Interment in Bergholz.
|Elisabeth Sophia Alles
||H. C. Alles, Wheatfield, Dies at 53|
Henry C. Alles, 53, of Niagara Falls Blvd., Town of Wheatfield, died Saturday (April 18, 1959) at Memorial Hospital after a heart attack at his home., Born in Newsteadt, Ont., he came to Niagara Falls 36 years ago. Mr. Alles was an operator at the Carborundum Co. He was a member of St. James Lutheran Church, Bergholtz. He was also a fireman at the First Volunteer Fire Co. of Bergholtz and was a member of the LaSalle Sportsmen's Club. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Laura Alles, Town of Wheatfield; his mother, Mrs. John Alles, Ayton, Ont.; one son, John W. Alles, Town of Wheatfield; one daughter, Mrs. Geraldine M. Strassburg, this city; two sisters, Mrs. Harry Hopf, Clifford, Ont., and Mrs. Jack Weiser, Ayton, Ont.; three brothers, Norman G. and John Alles, both of the Town of Wheatfield, and Albert Alles, Ayton, Ont., and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Redanz Funeral Home and at 3 p.m. at St. James Lutheran Church. The Rev. Ernest Dietz, pastor of St. James Lutheran, will officiate. Burial will be held in St. James Lutheran Cemetery.
|Henry Conrad Alles
||Co C, 834th Eng. BN, US Army ||Norman George Alles
||Toronto Proves Fatal To Falls Man|
A 25-year employe of Moore Business Forms Inc., Norman G. Alles, 49, died today (Aug. 4, 1959) in Toronto General Hospital as the result. of a scuffle Monday at the Ayton Hotel, Ayton, Ont. Mr. Alles was visiting a brother, Albert L. Alles, in Ayton. While they were at the hotel, Albert became engaged in an argument with several men. They attacked him. Norman went to the rescue of his brother and was injured. He was taken to the Toronto hospital, where he died of injuries received in the encounter. Ontario authorities have charged the other men engaged in the fight with manslaughter. Norman Alles resided in the Niagara Falls area for the last 32 years. His home was in Old Falls Blvd.', Wheatfield. He worked in the Moore shipping department. He was a veteran of World War II and received a citation for valor in action from President Roosevelt. He was a member of' the Brotherhood of St. James Lutheran Church, Bergholz Volunteer Fire Department; LaSalle Sportsman's Club; Wheatfield Post No. 1451, American Legion, and the 25-Year Club of Moore Business Forms. Mr. Alles was a bachelor. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. John Alles, Hanover, Ont.; two brothers, Albert of Ayton, and John C. Alles, Kitchener, Ont, and two sisters, Mrs. Leah Weiser, Ayton, and Mrs. Catherine Hopf, Clifford, Ont. Services at the Otto Redanz Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Friday will be conducted by the Rev. Ernest Dietz. Burial will be in St. James Lutheran Cemetery, Bergholz.
|Norman George Alles
Mrs. Grace (Alliss) Haseley, 92, of 1945 Lockport St., died Friday (Sept. 14, 1979) in Memorial Medical Center after a brief illness. She was a native of Niagara Falls and the daughter of the late Thomas and Elizabeth (Smith) Alliss. She was the last member of nine children of the Alliss family, dying three months after her sister, Maude Schreiner. She was the wife of the late Alex Haseley. She is survIved by several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the Rhoney Funeral Home with the Rev. Douglas R. Behm officiating. Burial will be in Riverdale Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. If preferred, contributions to St. Paul Calvary Lutheran Church will be acceptable as tributes, the family said.
||Lockport Union Sun & Journal, March 8, 1967|
Mrs. Waterstreet, Stricken At Home, Dies At Age 78
Mrs. Minnie Altman Waterstreet, 78, of 8790 Akron Road, Akron, wife of Clarence J. Waterstreet, died unexpectedly of a heart attack Tuesday evening (March 7, 1967) at her home. The daughter of William and Gusta Benthin Altman was born March 30, 1888 in the Town of Royalton, and has been a life-long resident of this area. She was member of St. Michael's Lutheran Church at Wolcottsville, an honorary member of the Ladies Aid Society of the church and a member of the Wolcottsville Golden Age group. Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Herman Baehr of Middleport, Mrs. William Perry of Wilson; one brother, George Altman of Middleport; seven grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grand children; also several nieces and nephews. This evening through tomorrow, friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Wallace & Heath Funeral Home Inc., State Street, Middleport, and Friday from 1 to 2 p.m. at St. Michael's Church where funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Hilbert Huth. Burial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery, Wolcottsville.
||Funeral rites for William F. Altman. 80. were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Waterstreet, Akron road, Town of Royalton, and at 2:30 o'clock at St. Michael's Lutheran church, Wolcottsville, with burial in St. Michael's cemetery. The Rev. Fred Schleef officiated. Mr. Altman, husband of the late Augusta Benthin Altman, passed away Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Waterstreet. He also leaves one son, George Altman, of Middleport; six grandchildren. 12 great grandchildren and one brother, Ernest, of Middleport. ||William Altman
||Carole Hebeler passed away Saturday March 19, 2016 in Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital. Born in Lockport, on March 29, 1942, she was the daughter of the late Richard and Dorothy Maass Altrogge. Carole served as the secretary and treasurer for Hebeler’s Sales and Service, which she had started with her family 48 years ago. She enjoyed gardening, Nascar, going to the Casino, and especially spending time with her family and friends. Carole is survived by her husband, William L. Hebeler of Pendleton; mother of Joseph (Joan) Hebeler of Wilson, Michael “Butch” (Christa) Hebeler of Pendleton and the late Cindy A. Hebeler. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Jarred (Betty) Hebeler, Brianne Hebeler, Jenna Hebeler and Dillon Hebeler. Carole was the sister of the late Barbara Blair. Relatives and friends may call Tuesday March 22, 2016 from 2-4 PM to 7-9 PM, at Prudden and Kandt Funeral Home, 242 Genesee Street, Lockport, NY. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00 AM, Wednesday March 23, 2016 at St. John the Baptist R.C. Church, 168 Chestnut Street, Lockport, NY. Interment will follow in Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Memorials to Niagara Hospice House, 4675 Sunset Drive, Lockport, NY 14094, would be appreciated by the family. Online Condolences at www.pruddenandkandt.com.Published in Lockport Union Sun Journal Services by Prudden & Kandt Funeral Home. ||Carole Altrogge
||The Niagara Gazette|
Edward R. "Bud" Alvord. passed away April 1,2005, in Lockport. Born April 26,1926 in Hartland, NY, he was the son of Alfred and Hazel Penwright Alvord. "Bud retired from Harrison Radiator in 1985 after 35 years in production. He enjoyed cooking, fishing, tending his garden, stamp collecting and spending time with his family. He was predeceased by his wife Gladys Mary Bush Alvord March 20, 2003. He is survived by his children; Edward R. (Sandy) Alvord, Jr., Mark A. (Anita) Alvord, Victoria J. (Wiley) Tothill, Cynthia A. (John) Licata, all of Lockport and Deborah. (Terry) Farr of Fayetteville, NC. He is also survived by eight grandchildren, one great grandchild; three sisters, Irene Serosa, Alma Mieklejohn and Marion Bartholomew, all of Lockport; and several nieces and nephews. There will be no prior visitation. Private funeral services and interment will be held at the convenience of the family. Memorials to the American Cancer Society, 101 John James Audubon Pkwy. West Amherst, NY 14228 would be appreciated by the family.
|Edward R. Alvord
||Tonawanda Evening News - 1/14/1980|
AMMERMAN - Cecil A. Ammerman, Sr., of the Town of Wheatfield, Friday (January 11, 1980) suddenly at DeGraff Memorial Hospital. Mr. Ammerman was a member of the 25 Year Club at DuPont. He retired from DuPont in 1955 with 30 years service as machine operator. Mr. Ammerman celebrated his 64th wedding anniversary last August and was a member of the First Free Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Florence (nee Bridge) Ammerman; a son, Cecil A. Ammerman , Jr., of Tonawanda and a daughter, Mrs. Clesent Krueger of the Town of Wheatfield; six grandchildren; 13 greatgrandchildren and a brother, Ezra Ammerman of North Tonawanda. The family will receive friends at the Fretthold Funeral Home, Inc., 1241 Oliver St., at Ward Rd., North Tonawanda today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be held from the funeral home Tuesday at 11 a.m., the Rev. Virgil C. Dey will officiate. Interment in Elmlawn Cemetery
|Cecil A. Ammerman
||The Tonawanda News, 27 August 1985|
KRUEGER - Clescent A. Krueger, 64, of the Town of Wheatfield, Sunday (August 25, 1985) at DeGraff Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Krueger was an active member of St. John Lutheran Church, a member of the Democratic Club and the Town of Wheatfield Senior Citizens. She was the wife of the late Henry F. Krueger who died in 1977. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Allen (Sandra) Dworzanski, Mrs. Glenn (Brenda) Fisher and Mrs. Brian (Marsha) Trivette and a son, Graydon (Bonnie) Krueger, all of the Town of Wheatfield; fourteen grandchildren; her mother, Florence Ammerman and a brother, Cecil Ammerman Jr., both of the Town of Wheatfield, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Fretthold Funeral Home, Inc., 1241 Oliver St., at Ward Rd., North Tonawanda Monday and Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. from St. John Lutheran Church, the Rev. Ronald D. Oravec will officiate. Interment St. John Lutheran Cemetery. If so desired, memorials may be made to St. John Lutheran Church.
|Clescent Agnes Ammerman
||July 2, 2013|
Zola G. Krueger
The Tonawanda News
TOWN OF TONAWANDA - Zola G. (nee Ammerman) Krueger, age 93, of the Town of Tonawanda, went to her heavenly home on July 1, 2013 at her home surrounded by her family. Zola was an active member of St. Matthew Lutheran Church. Zola enjoyed quilting and spending time with her family.She was the wife of the late Edward C. Krueger, Jr., who died in 2012; dear mother of Judith, Edward (Donna), Beverly, and the late Vereta. Grandmother of eleven grandchildren, twenty great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. Sister of Ruth Barrand and Freda Skuce. Also survived by nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.No prior visitation. Friends and family are invited to a Memorial Service on Friday at 11 AM at the Fretthold Funeral Home, Inc., 1241 Oliver St. at Ward Rd. in North Tonawanda. The Rev. Dr. A.W. Moldenhauer will officiate. Flowers gratefully declined. Memorials may be made to St. Matthew Lutheran Church or Hospice Buffalo.Visit frettholdfuneralhome.com for guest register.
|Zola G. Ammerman
||George A. Amsdill, Jr., age 74, of Lewiston NY, died on Monday, November 7, 2016 in Mt. St. Mary's Hospital in Lewiston after a lengthy illness. George was born on October 26, 1942 in Lewiston, the son of the late George A., Sr., and Loraine (Britton) Amsdill and was a 1960 graduate of Lewiston-Porter High School. A Vietnam Veteran, he served in the U.S. Army from March of 1964 to his honorable discharge in March of 1967. George spent two years in Japan as a Military Policeman and was the recipient of the National Defense Service Medal. He devoted his life to serving the Village of Lewiston from 1967 to 2003 when he retired as Deputy Superintendent of Public Works. George was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge # 584 in Lewiston, and a former member of the Ransomville F&AM; Lodge # 551. He enjoyed hunting in Alleghany County for many years. He is survived by his children, Anne, Harold, George H., Ernie J., Dennis P., and Scott D. Amsdill; his grandchildren, Alexandria, Christopher, and Olivia Amsdill; and a great-grandson, Christopher Amsdill, Jr.; a niece and nephews, Mark and Julie Zimmerman. He was predeceased by a sister, Joan Zimmerman. Friends may call at HARDISON FUNERAL HOME, N. Fourth & Ridge Streets, Lewiston on Friday from 3-7 PM. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, November 12th at 10:00 AM in the funeral home, with the Rev. Thomas Mason officiating. Burial with Military Honors will follow in Niagara Falls Memorial Park Cemetery, 5817 Military Rd., Lewiston. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Lewiston Volunteer Fire Co. #1 Ambulance Fund, 145 N. 6th St., PO Box 748, Lewiston, NY 14092.|
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|George A. Amsdill
||POW IN THE BATAAN DEATH MARCH. DIED ON THE JAPANESE HELL SHIP SHINYO MARU. ||Robert P. Andalora