Denise Anne Faulk, 37, of Douglasville, GA, formerly of Port Washington, died on Oct. 12, 2000. She was the wife of Robert and the mother of Tyler Faulk and Janise Grafton.
Denise is also survived by her mother and father-in-law, Laura and Paul Faulk, sister-in-law Lorraine Faulk-Erichsen, brother and sister-in-law Paul and Christine Faulk, Also her nephews Paul Nickolaus and Dorian Faulk and Travis Erichsen and her niece Victoria Faulk.
Arrangements were handled by Rose Haven Funeral Home, Douglasville, GA.
John A. Duncan, 83, of Port Washington, died on Oct. 18, 2000. He is survived by his wife Virginia, his sons James and his wife Elaine, John and his wife Gayle, and his grandchildren, Allison, Michele, John, Eric and Ashley. John was a past Port Washington Fire Chief. Funeral arrangements were handled by Austin F. Knowles, Inc. Funeral Home. A religious service was held at the Lutheran Church of Our Saviour. The interment followed at Nassau Knolls Cemetery.
Frances Bellini, age 87, of Port Washington, died on Oct. 19, 2000. Frances was predeceased by her husband Andrew and her daughter Loretta Attard. She is survived by her son John and his wife Lena, her sister Theresa Ruggiero, seven grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements were handled by Austin F. Knowles, Inc. Funeral Home. A Mass was celebrated at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Manhasset. Interment followed at Nassau Knolls Cemetery.
Dr. John R. White, 92, of St. Petersburg FL., formerly of Port Washington, died on Oct. 19, 2000. He received bachelor of science and civil engineering degrees from the City College of New York. He received his master's and doctoral degrees from New York University and was professor emeritus of the School of Engineering and Architecture of the City College of the City University of New York. He was a member of the American Society of Engineering Education, American Society of Materials Testing and the American Association of University Professors. He was a materials-testing consultant for government industrial organizations. He was listed in Who's Who in Engineering Education and was elected to three honor societies: Phi Delta Kappa (education), Tai Beta Pi (engineering) and Chi Epsilon (civil engineering). He was inducted into the City College Athletic Hall of Fame for basketball. Survivors include his wife, Ruth; a daughter, Judith Rutledge; a grandson, Stephen Dantzscher; a granddaughter, Carol South and three great-grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Blount, Curry and Roel Funerals Homes and Cemeteries, Woodlawn Chapel, St. Petersburg. FL.
Margaret Mary Kuthe Capra, a resident of Heritage Harbour for the past 14 years, succumbed to post-surgical complications on Oct. 8, 2000 at Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital following a 10-week illness after spinal surgery. Margaret is predeceased by her husband Aldo Joseph Carpra.
Born in Port Washington, May 19, 1919, she was the daughter of the late George Frederick Kuthe and Jennie Elizabeth Carlough.
After graduating from the Laurens School and Port Washington High School, Margaret graduated from the secretarial course at the Scudder School in New York City. After marrying Aldo in 1940, she continued to work in New York until the birth of her daughter. She returned to work as the office manager of Aspinwall & Associates, an architectural firm in Port Washington in 1954. Following her husband's retirement from Grumman Aerospace in 1977 and her retirement as the Town Clerk of the Incorporated Village of Manor Haven in 1979, the couple moved to Bow, NH in 1981. Margaret moved to Annapolis in 1986.
While living in Port Washington, Margaret spent weekends crewing for her husband on their winning Rhodes 19 sailboat and enjoyed various activities at the Port Washington Yacht Club where Margaret was vice commodore. She and her husband also enjoyed antique hunting, bowling and golfing. Margaret was a member of the Heritage Harbour Bowling League, the New Annapolitans and the Heritage Harbor Womens Club.
Surviving are her daughter, Margo Capra McLaughlin, of Severna Park, four nieces and nephews and a cousin, The Reverend William Carlough of Danville, PA.
A memorial service was held at the Hardesly Funeral Home in Anapolis. In liew of flowers, please send contributions made out to Infection Control to Dr. Trish Perl, Director, Osler 425 - Infection Control, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 600 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21287.
Marian Demas Grunder, of Port Washington, died on Oct. 12, 2000. She is survived by her children Thomas, Robert and Amy Grunder and their families. Arrangements were made by the Austin F. Knowles Funeral Home, Port Washington. Religious service. Interment Calverton National Cemetery.