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458 S. Main St
N Syracuse , NY
(315) 458-8175
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William J. Murphy, funeral director, volunteer

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
He was 82. A lifelong resident of North Buffalo, he attended Mount St. Joseph School, Bennett High School and the University of Buffalo. After graduating from the Simmons School of Mortuary Science in Syracuse, he went to work with his father, Earl J., who had founded the Murphy Funeral Home on Hertel Avenue in the late 1920s. He became owner after his father died in 1976 and operated it until 2004, when he sold it and retired. A regular runner in Delaware Park, he completed four marathons, including the Skylon Marathon and the Cleveland Marathon. He created and designed the yearl... (The Buffalo News)

Kentucky Wildcats top NCAA basketball tournament field - Greenville News

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Players seem unaffected by the report from Yahoo sports last week that at least 10 players tested positive for banned substances in the past decade. That includes the 2002-03 team when Syracuse won a national title under Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim. Syracuse acknowledged an ongoing NCAA inquiry into possible violations of the school’s athletic drug policy. (Page 3 of 3) In a different case, Boeheim is being sued for defamation by two men he had criticized for bringing allegations of child sexual abuse against a longtime assistant the school eventually fired. As those events unfolded, the players never blinked. They have outscored opponents by an average of 14.2 points. Syracuse’s biggest weakness is its rebounding, an area in which North Carolina and Michigan State excel. UNC has twin towers in Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year Tyler Zeller, who is 7-0, and 6-11 John Henson Zeller averages 16.2 points and 9.2 rebounds; Henson 13.8 points, 10.1 rebounds and nearly three blocked shots a game. UNC lost Sunday’s ACC title game to Florida State 85-82, as because Henson missed the game with a sore left wrist. North Carolina coach Roy Williams said he expects Henson to return Friday against Lamar or Vermont. Duke, a No. 2 seed in South, also missed a key player over the weekend. Forward Ryan Kelly missed the ACC tournament because of a sprained right foot. Neither Duke nor Ohio State, a No. 2 seed in the East, should be counted out of making a deep tournament run. Kansas, the Big 12 regular season champ, is a strong No. 2 in the Midwest behind All-American Thomas Robinson and point guard Tyshawn Taylor. Missouri’s Tigers, with a new coach in Frank Haith and only seven scholarship players, issued a reminder that they are in the midst of a memorable final season in the Big 12 (they will head to the SEC in July) by beating Baylor for the league tournament title. “Some people would say we’re small,” senior Kim English said. “I say we’re fast. Some people would say we don’t have depth inside. I would say we have most efficient big man in the country (in Ricardo Ratliffe).” As for those who question whether a team with a short-handed roster can muster the stamina to reach the Final Four, English said, “Words are irrelevant. We can shoot.” ...

Andrew Geller, Architect, Is Dead at 87

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
Hamptons, and who helped bring modernism to the masses with prefabricated cottages sold at Macy’s, died on Sunday in Syracuse. He was 87 and lived in Spencer, N.Y. The cause was kidney failure, said his grandson Jake Gorst. At the industrial design firm Raymond Loewy & Associates (later Raymond Loewy/William Snaith Inc.), where he worked for 35 years, Mr. Geller designed the “typical American house” shown at the American National Exhibition in Moscow in 1959. The house ignited... (New York Times)

Dr. Donald S. Childs, Jr. ? Rochester

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
Dr. Donald S. Childs, Jr. of Rochester, passed away Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011, at the age of 95.He was born in Syracuse, N.Y., on July 5, 1916, to Amy Edwards Childs and Dr. Donald Smythe Childs, Sr. He graduated from Haverford College, Haverford Pa., in 1938 and in 1942 he completed his M.D. at the Yale School of Medicine, Yale University. His father was one of the earliest radiologists in New York State, and Don chose to follow him into this area at a time when research discoveries were opening new ave... (Post Bulletin)

Sister Mary Ellen Rewers, 99, longtime teacher

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Medaille College, where she earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education. Sister Mary Ellen began her ministry instructing children in primary grades at Sacred Heart School in Syracuse, where she taught for 10 years. From 1953 to 1961, she taught in Catholic schools in Winona and Oshawa, Ont. Early in her teaching career she taught primary grades in Barnesboro, Pa. She continued ministering in Pennsylvania from 1962 to 1965, teaching in schools staffed by the Felician Sisters of the Coraopolis Province. She also taught at Catholic elementary schools in the Diocese of Buffalo for 20 years. While teaching, Sister Mary Ellen was also principal at the Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Winona; St. Teresa of Avila School in Akron; and Holy Spirit School in North Collins. In 1983, Sister Mary Ellen began teaching on a part-time basis and became involved in remedial reading instruction. She ... (The Buffalo News)

Donald F. Schultz, prodigious entrepreneur

Thu, Sep 15, 2011
Sunday in Mercy Hospital. He was 71. Born in Buffalo, he was a graduate of Bishop Timon High School and what is now Simmons Institute of Funeral Service in Syracuse. In the early 1960s, Mr. Schultz also served stateside in the Army and received training as a medic. He had been a broker with Realty USA since 1986. He and his wife of 50 years, the former Patricia Cusato, worked together in real estate, forming what they called the “Schultz Team.” Prior to that, Mr. Schultz was a funeral director from 1964 to 1986. He... (The Buffalo News)

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