Alice I. Craine, of Albertson, died on Oct. 30, 2000. She was a teacher in the Syosset School District for 18 years, the Rolling Hills Country Day School for eight years, a member of St. Aidan's Rosary and Altar Societies, Mother's Club of Port Washington, Music Study Club, several community orchestras as a violinist and a member of the Albertson Fire Dept. Ladies Auxiliary. Wife of the late John. Mother of John, Dennis, Robert Craine and Mary Alice Smith. Grandmother of 16. Great-grandmother of nine. Arrangements were made by the Roslyn Heights Funeral Home. Funeral Mass at St. Aidan's Church. Interment Nassau Knolls Cemetery. Donations can be made to your favorite charity.
Eleanor M. Neville, 88, of Port Washington, formerly of Manhasset, died on Oct. 26, 2000. She was a former elementary school teacher at the Salem Elementary School. Eleanor was predeceased by her husband M. Edward. She is survived by her children, Eleanor N. Seitz of Chandler, AZ, Michael K. of Ft. Wayne, IN, Edward J. of Houston, TX and Anne N. Carolan of Hicksville. Grandmother of 13. Great-grandmother of one. Arrangements were made by the Austin F. Knowles Funeral Home, Port Washington. Mass at St. Peter of Alcantara. Interment Holy Rood Cemetery.
Grace Gaddis Schulze, 91, died on Oct. 27, 2000 at the family residence "Shady Oaks" following many years of invalidism. Grace is survived by her daughter, Arlene Schulze Harris, RN; granddaughter, Jennifer Harris Bramble; grandson, Jason B. Harris; great-grandson, Solomon Tyler Bramble; and great-granddaughter, Joscelyn Grace Bramble of Bedford Hills, NY.
Prior to marrying Frank Schulze of Garden City and moving to Port Washington, Grace was employed by the E.A. Camp Corp., Manhattan, and the Guaranty Trust Company of NY (J.P. Morgan Guaranty Trust Co.). Longtime resident of Port Washington and administrative, executive secretary to John, Harvey and Ed Lewis of the Lewis Oil Company. Grace was employed in similar capacities at British Industries, Inc. and Kings Bronze Inc. of Port Washington.
Grace was active in the local Girl Scout organization serving as a leader for many years and enjoyed gardening, reading, cooking, baking and the needlearts as hobbies. A major interest was that of music and she excelled as a church soloist/choir member of the First Methodist Church on Main St., where the library now stands. She enjoyed singing at various weddings, memorial services and events. Grace also served as the first church secretary, taught Sunday School for many years and was active in the United Methodist Women's organization.
A memorial service to celebrate Grace's life will be held on Nov. 18, officiated by the Rev. Edward C. Horne, of the United Methodist Church of Port Washington. In lieu of flowers memorial gifts/contributions may be made to the United Methodist Women's organization of the United Methodist Church of PW. Arrangements were made by the Austin F. Knowles Funeral Home, Port Washington. Interment at the family plot at Hillside Cemetery, Scotch Plains, NJ.