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Fantauzzi Funeral Home
52 South Portage Street
Westfield , NY 14787
(716) 326-3232
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Joseph Wych - Sioux City Journal

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
England and Europe and other trips to Mexico and around the U.S. He and Marg enjoyed going to Akron High School sporting events for many years. They had been fans of Akron-Westfield sports for more than 60 years. Joe and Marg received the “Fan of the Year” award two times. They also served as parade marshals for the Homecoming celebration. Joe enjoyed bowling. He bowled in three leagues and was inducted into the Akron Lanes Hall of Fame. He was an avid fan of the New York Yankees, Boston Celtics, Indianapolis Colts and the Iowa Hawkeyes. Joe loved the times spent with family and friends. He will be greatly missed Survivors include his three sons, Bob Wych (Debbie) of Sedona, Ariz., Jerry Wych of Fullerton, Calif., and Ron Wych (Sandy) of Akron, Iowa; six grandchildren, Heidi Cline (Nate), Aaron Wych (Abbi), Charity Leekley, Tori Dye (fiance, Jason Pangburn), Joe Wych, and Jake Wych; a great-granddaughter, Hope Hasenbank; a sister-in-law, Patricia White; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Marg; and two brothers, Paul and Kenneth. Memorials can be made in Joe’s name to the Akron Care Center Building Fund in c/o the Akron Care Center, 121 South St., Akron, IA 51001.

Police Blotter - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
McKee and King roads, 3:30 a.m. Sunday A male assaulted and robbed a 51-year-old man who declined medical attention afterward for his injuries. 2855 Stevens Creek Blvd., 5:44 p.m. Sunday A person at Westfield Valley Fair Mall was robbed by a male with a gun. 3100 block of Cadillac Drive, 9:02 a.m. Monday A male who was stabbed during a fight over personal property was treated for non life-threatening injuries and was uncooperative with police. North First Street, 4:30 p.m. Monday Four women, including one with an active warrant for robbery, were arrested on prostitution charges at two motels on the 1400 and 2000 blocks. A man arrested for solicitation of prostitution was cited and released. McKee Avenue and Gridley Street, 10:20 p.m. Monday A male attacked by several people he did not know and stabbed was treated for non life-threatening injuries. 400 block of Capitol Avenue, 12:48 p.m. Tuesday Two males robbed a business at gunpoint. 1100 block of North Seventh Street, 4:08 p.m. Tuesday A person accused of striking a male with a metal object and causing potentially life-threatening injuries was located and arrested. Hopkins Road and Sullivan Avenue, 10:01 p.m. Tuesday A 17-year-old was treated for a non-life threatening gunshot wound and arrested following a confrontation between two rival gangs. According to police, at least one shot was fired from each side. BURLINGAME 1100 block of Broadway, 11:07 p.m. Monday When contacted, people reported to be talking and laughing too loud promised to keep it down. California and Trousdale drives, 6:20 p.m. Tuesday A 29-year-old driver accused of striking a cyclist and driving off was located and arrested for felony hit-and-run. LOS GATOS Garden Hill Way, Nob Hill Way and Ivy Hill Way, Wednesday morning Two vehicles were burglarized...

Police Blotter - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Stevens Creek Blvd., 2:09 p.m. June 14 A male accused of robbing a woman in the parking lot at Westfield Valley Fair mall and striking her with his vehicle as he left was located and arrested. The woman's injuries were not life-threatening. 1100 block of Tully Road, 9:34 p.m. Thursday A male fired a gun during a convenience store robbery. No injuries were reported. 3900 block of Picardy Place Court, 12:01 a.m. last Friday Responding to a report of multiple shots fired inside a residence, police arrested a person, a suspected gang member with an active warrant, who lived there. Other residents present were uncooperative with officers. BELMONT Oneill Avenue, 8:27 a.m. Monday A male in a black Infinity was reported to be smoking, then tossing the butts over a fence onto a person's property. Ralston Avenue, 4:35 p.m. Monday Equipment was taken from a field. Alameda de las Pulgas, 4:20 p.m. Tuesday Drivers were reportedly not stopping for people crossing the street to attend Mass at Immaculate Heart of Mary. Hillcrest Drive, 6:08 p.m. Tuesday Mail was removed from a person's mailbox. PALO ALTO California Avenue, 11:47 p.m. Monday A strong-arm robbery occurred. 500 block of Newell Road, 8:26 a.m. Tuesday A catalytic converter was taken. 4200 block of Park Place, 6:59 p.m. Tuesday Items were stolen during a residential burglary. REDWOOD CITY Cleveland Street, 9:54 a.m. Tuesday A man in his 80s and a juvenile with him were reported to be going through garbage in search of recyclables. Alden Street, 2:12 p.m. Tuesday Jewelry and computer speakers were taken during a residential burglary. FREMONT North Fremont, Tuesday Police caught a man napping in a person's yard and arrested him. According to police, the 2...

Trenton High boys basketball aims to end long drought - The Times of Trenton -

Sun, Feb 19, 2012
Neptune by three, Triton by three, Camden by three and Camden again in overtime. Four other times it lost before the semis to the eventual champions. In addition, early elimination came against Westfield (59-54 in 1963), Hillside (59-56 in ’64), Neptune (63-62 in ’74; 61-58 in ’76) and Bridgewater-Raritan (74-70 in ’92; 42-41 in ’98; 50-47 in ’01). Last year it was knocked out in the opening round by North Brunswick, 62-61.More recent losses in the tournament have included lopsided scores, like losing to Atlantic City by 21, Pennsauken by 20, Freehold Township by 11 and Rancocas Valley by 19. They were disqualified in 2009 and lost in the prelims two years ago.This year’s team is 18-6 and was eliminated from the Mercer County Tournament in the quarterfinals last week. What many consider the major reason for the relative fall-off since ’03 is the budget cuts that eliminated sports at the city’s four middle schools. While financial issues remain, interim Superintendent of Schools Raymond Broach indicated the Board of Education will this fall reinstate the athletic programs, along with fine arts. “I am a strong advocate that we ought to be providing strong education as it relates to the development and readiness of students throughout the grades,” said the long-time educator. “Although I believe we have to do it well, in terms of developing the middle-school opportunities, we have to have strong models in place. And while we may not be able to do it overnight, we need to consider the value added to the middle-school level as students transition. “Quite honestly, (high school) programs are not as strong as they perhaps could be without a feeder program, and promising students would be coming to the high school with their abilities — whether it’s basketball or band. I have been trying to shore up things that needed to be and establish even stronger learning environments and programs for the students here.” Sounds like help is on the way. “When...

Funeral for Retired Fire Capt. Set -

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
The closures should not impact pick-up from AHS at the end of the school day.The road closures and procession will also impact access to the Westfield Santa Anita Mall between 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The procession will travel west on Huntington Drive from Holly Avenue, and northbound on Baldwin Avenue. Access to the mall will be limited during the procession.Alternative routes may include Foothill Boulevard or Duarte Road for east-west traffic, and Rosemead Boulevard or Second Avenue for north-south traffic.Should you have any questions pertaining to the services or closures, please contact the Arcadia Fire Department Public Information Officer Beth Stogner at 626-574-5112 or the on-duty Battalion Chief at 626-574-5102.


Sun, Dec 4, 2011
Jewell, Jayne Lindsay, and Joan Higley for their compassionate care and support. VISITATION: 1 until the 2 p.m. memorial service Wed­nesday, Dec. 7, in the chapel of Evergreen Retirement, 1130 N, Westfield St., Oshkosh. Rev. Karen Jewell from St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church will officiate. Inurnment will take place at Greenwood Cemetery in Superior at a later date. Tags: obituaries ... (Duluth News Tribune)

Dale I. Reishus

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
Winona area including Community Memorial Hospital, Valley View Towers, Roger Bacon Hall, WSU Sheehan Hall, and the Winona Dike System. After retiring, he worked at Westfield Golf Course as a member of the grounds crew. He was a member of Central Lutheran Church, Winona; the VFW Neville-Lien Post 1287; the American Legion Leon J. Wetzel Post 9, and numerous civic organizations. In 2010, Dale felt fortunate to be a part of a Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., to visit the World War II Memorial. Dale was a wonderful son, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and friend. He is survived by 10 children, David (Sharon) Lunde, Winona; Jerry Lunde, Minnesota City; Rickie Lunde, Goodview; Lois (Bill) Kozlowski, Winona; Jon (Jill) Lunde, Jordan, Minn.; Francie (Jeff) Biesanz, La Crescent; June (Timothy) Fox, Winona; Jo (Chuck) Nesler, Winona; Stanley Reishus, Goodview; and Nancy (Steve) Theis, Winona; 15 grandchildren, Lisa Lunde, Jennifer Crutchfield, Katie Fiorelli, Christina Halbakken, Jason Lunde, Jami Duncan, Samantha Zinth, Taylor Snider, Patrick Fox, John Fox, Dylan Fox, Dan Nesler, Denise Bailey, Jeff Theis, and Paul Theis; eight gr... (Winona Daily News)

M. Judith Schmidt

Thu, Sep 8, 2011
Judy served on the Common-weal Theatre Board in Lanesboro and was a contributor to the Great River Shakespeare Festival. Judy was also an avid bridge player and served as president of the Westfield Bridge Club. Her loyal commitment to family and community provided abundance. She was the "hostess with the mostess," literally and metaphorically making room for everyone at her table. Her passion for teaching and learning radiated from within her heart to the hearts of everyone with whom she came into contact. Judy had a natural ability to get and hold the attention of a crowd, was the pied-piper of children and an advocate for the underdog. She loved fiercely and unconditionally with a generous heart. The ultimate communicator, she greatly respected the individual, truly listened to each person's story, and nurtured and encouraged them to pave their own path in life. Among Judy's many legacies: She inspired generations of students to love great literature, live theater and the arts; helped people find their voices and to follow their dreams; she believed in people and had the absolute ability to cause even nonbelievers to believe in themselves; she would break into her rendition of "Old Man River" at the drop of a hat - and the song was not just on her lips - it was in her heart. As a visionary, she saw the hope for tomorrow, and she had the natural ability to collaborate with others to bring dreams to fruition. To that end, she championed a new flood control system for the community of Houston by working with Congressman Penny and the Corps of Engineers while serving on the Houston City Council. For those of us closest to her, we know that her real gift was the nurturing and love of her family. We have only to look at the faces of her grandchildren to see her legacy live. Not only was she loved, she was abundantly loved in return. Judy is survived by her husband, Gary, Winona; three children: Jim (Kim) Schmidt, Winona; Phil (Elaine) Schmidt, North Branch, Minn... (Winona Daily News)


Tue, Aug 30, 2011
Craig Westfield, 58, of Grand Rapids, died unexpectedly Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011. VISITATION: 5 to 7 today, Aug. 30, and continues at 2 until the 3 p.m. funeral service Wednesday, Aug. 31, in the Libbey Funeral Home. Arrangements with Libbey Funeral Home, Grand Rapids. (218) 326-4000. Tags: obituaries Concerned about privacy?We understand. Protecting your personal information is of paramount importan... (Duluth News Tribune)

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