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BURTON--Clark Decker. 85, passed away on April 18, 2004 in Roanoke, VA. Clark was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1919 to John Reginald and Grace Burton. A memorial service will be held at Trinity Ecumenical Parish, Moneta, VA on May 8, at 11AM. 540-721-4330.
DECKER-Herbert M., 84. Of Marlboro, New Jersey on December 7, 2002. Beloved husband of Helen for 54 years. Extraordinary father of Joanne Falk. Devoted grandfather of Melissa and Andrea Falk. He was a researcher in biological organisms for the Federal government and private industry. He received the Meritorious Civilian Service Award in 1971, the second highest Department of the Army award.
DECKER - Katherine Kindred. Of Mountain Lakes, NJ and Haines Falls, NY, passed away on November 3 at St. Peter's Hospital in Albany, NY as a result of complications from scleroderma. She was 68. Kay was an avid gardener, reader and antiquarian print collector. Kay, the beloved wife of Ronald Miles Decker and the dear mother of three sons: William Miles Decker of Atlanta, GA, John Harrison Decker of Sacramento, CA, and Alfred Cramer Decker of Dedham, MA, and five grandchildren, will be dearly mis ...
DECKER-Jeanette. On September 12, 2002. Formerly of Mineola, NY. Beloved wife of the late Samuel. Devoted mother of Adrienne and Phil Levine, Madeline and Harvey Kolin. Adored grandmother of Alan and Susan, Amy, Susan and Kevin, and Eric. Cherished great-grandmother of Ryan, Samantha B. and Samantha E. Services Sunday, 12 noon at ''Gutterman's'', 8000 Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury, Long Island.
DECKER-Elsie Christina Sofia. Beloved wife of the late George Rogers Decker for 69 years, devoted and inspiring mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, died peacefully at John Knox Village in Pompano Beach, FL, on January 20 at age 97. She is survived by her sons, John Rogers Decker of Jefferson, NY, and Malcolm Barnard Decker of Greenwich, CT; six grandchildren, Lynda Gallagher of Alexandria, VA, JoAnne Greenwood of Bedford, NY, Laurie Pitcher of Eastport, NY, John Barden Decker of Jefferso ...
DECKER-Morton ''Moe''. October 15, 2000. Of New Haven, CT. Husband of Selma. Father of Elizabeth Beloff & Susan Lackman. Brother of Mollie Hirschfield. Grandfather of Greg, John, Katheryn, Emily, Elizabeth, & Jennifer. Services Tuesday(Today) at 12:00 Noon at Robert E. Shure F.H., 543 George Street, New Haven.
DECKER-Rita. Of New York, NY, on September 25, 1999. Beloved sister, and devoted aunt of Bob Gibson. Services will be held at ''Gutterman-Musicant,'' 402 Park Street, Hackensack, NJ, on Tuesday, 10 AM. Should friends desire, contributions may be made to their favorite charity.
DECKER-Joseph M. The New York Times records with deep sorrow the passing of Joseph M. Decker, associated with The Times from 1956 until retiring in 1979.
DECKER-Norma S. Of Southold, NY and Jupiter, FL. (formerly of Garden City, NY) passed away on January 4th after a brief illness. Mrs. Decker was the beloved wife of 41 years to the late Honorable George K. Decker Jr., and loving mother to Stephen of Brentwood NY; G. Kelly of Centreville, VA., a daughter Kerry Anne Ducey of Ridgefield, CT and was the grandmother to seven grandchildren. She was the daughter of the late Karl Schedler and Clara D. Blaschka and two sisters; the late Helga Pisani of L ...
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