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Page 4 Febmazy 14, 1998 Ceeilio palados Palados, 37, a mem- ber of St. Edward Church in Texarkana, died Jan. 6. He is survived by his wife, Ines Palacios Perez; his mother, Maclobia Palacios Sanchez of Mexico; three broth- ers, Pablo Palacio Palacio of San Anto- nio, Texas, Pedro Palacio Palacio of Okla- homa City, and Andres Palacio Palacio of Mexico; eight sisters, Mafia Palacio Palacio of Dallas, Margarita and Emiteria Palacio Palacio, both of San Antonio Carmela, Matilda, Susana, Babara and Adela Palacio Palacio, all of Mexico. Amerieo Tozzano, 93, a member of St. Edward Church in Texarkana, died Jan. 8. He is survived by one son, Tony Tozzano of Texarkana; one daughter, Martha Fig',dora; eight grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Verner Joseph Martinez, 80, a mem- ber of Sacred Heart Church in Morrilton, died Jan. 9. He is survived by his wife, Erline Eskine Martinez. Castor Pintado, 86, a member of St. Ignatius Church in 'Scranton, died Dec. 26. He is survived by his Wife, Hilda Pintado; two sons, James Pintado and Joseplt Pintado, both of Scranton; two daughters, Patty Dalton of Niles, Ill., and Linda Cueva of Schiller Park, Ill.; 10 grandchildren; and two great-grandchil- dren. Malcolm Stewart, 78, a member of St. Bernard Church in Bella Vista, died Dec. 17. He is survived by his wife, Teresa Stewart; one son, John Stewart of Matawan, N.J.; two daughters, Ann Caldwell of San Antonio, Texas, and Tere Wren of Bella Vista; .and five grandchil- dren. Father Catherine Hannah, 75, a mem- ber of St. Mary of the Mount Church in Horseshoe Bend, died Dec. 16. She is atrvived by her husband, Dallas Hannah; four sons, Gary Hannah of Columbia, S.C., Terry Hannah of Granger, Iowa, Larry Hannah of Pampa, Texas, and Jerry Hannah of Kansas City, Mo.; and eight grandchildren. jm'ome Newmm, 80, a member of Christ the King Church in Fort Smith, died Jam. % He is mr ed by his wife, i argaret Newman; and two brothers, Phfilip Newman of Prairie View and Albert Newman of Scranton. Josephine Angela Murray, 90, a mem- ber of St. Edward Church in Texarkana, died Dec. 30. She is sur fived by three sisters, Sister Marie of Jesus of the Do- minican order in Lufkin, Texas, Anna Murray Miederhoff of Waterloo, Ill., and Alice Murray Jones of Amarillo, Texas. Gerald "Jerry" Graybiel, 86, a mem- ber of St. Bernard Church in Bella Vista, died Jan. 8. He is survived by his wife, Mary Graybiel; one daughter, Kathleen Hruby of Morton Grove, Ill.; and two grandchildren. Margaret June Starrett, 69, a member of St. Mary Church in Paragould, died Dec. 13. She is survived by her husband, Elmer Starrett; two daughters, Cheryl Stickler and Missy Evans, both of Paragould; and six grandchildren. Walter Green Sr., 88, a member of St. Paul Church in Pocahontas, died Dec. 1. He is survived by his wife, Lorraine Green; one son, Walter Green Jr. of Pocahontas; one daughter, Patricia VanAlphen of Waupaca, Wis.; one step- son, Paul Blazek of Chicago, Ill.; two step- daughters, Karen Netzel of Springdale and Sueznn Powless of Houston, Texas; 15 grandchildren; two great-grandchil- dren; and five great-great-grandchildren. Bud Thielemier, 59, a member of St. John Church in Engelberg, died Dec. 8. He is survived by his wife, Shirley Thielemier; his mother, Anna Thielemier of Pocahontas;two sons, Allen Thielemier and Gordon Thielemier, both of Pocahontas; seven brothers, Jack, Danny, Bernard Jr., Leonard, Tom, Sidney and Gary Thielemier, all of Pocahontas; seven sisters, Barbara Swarm, Rose Hutsell, Chris Thompson, Joanna Thielemier, Carolyn Lurer and Marsha Golden, all of Pocahontas; and Lena Faulkner of Horn Lake, Miss.; and six grandchildren. Joe Roppolo Jr., 80, a member of Immaculate Conception Church in Fort Smith, died Dec. 1. He is survived byone sister, Leona Taylor of Fort Smith. Factima Anguiano, the infant of Hipolito Angnano and Juana Barroso, members of Immaculate Conception Church in Fort Smith, died Jan. 2. Other survivors include two sisters, Guadalupe and Rosario Anguiano, both of Fort Smith; and grandparents, Maria DeGesus and Fermin Barroso and Apolinar Angniano andJuana Martines, all of Fort Smith. John J. Pierce, 72, a member of St. Peter the Fisherman Church in Moun- tain Home, died Jan. 23. He is survived by his wife, Helen; one son, Kenneth Pierce; one daughter, Patricia Alaimo; two brothers, one sister; and two grand- children. Neva StulL 81, a member of Immacu- late Conception Church in North Little Rock, died Jan. 22. She is survived by one daughter, Sally Worrell of Valencia, Calif.; one son, Stan Stull of Sherwood; one brother, Bill Ryan of North Little Rock; three sisters, Clema Sherman of Oregon; Rubye Fairbend of Texas, Ruth Smith of Illinois; five grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren ......... W'dma Heron, 52, a member of St. Mary Church in Batesville, died Jan. 28. She is survived by her husband, Leonard Heron; one son, Bryon Heron of Batesville; one stepson, John Heron of Fort Worth, Texas; three brothers, Paul Guidry and Ervin Guidry, both of Missis- sippi, and Junior Guidry of Louisiana; two stepbrothers, Eddie Guidiy and Louis Guidry, both of Louisiana; one stepsis- ter, Ida Guidry of Louisiana; and two grandchildren. Theresa Horvath, 90, a member of St. Peter the Fisherman Church in Moun- tain Home, died Jan. 27. She is survived by three sisters, Julie Muckshaw, Mary Seum and Betty Klajnik, all of Lakeview; and two grandchildren. Rex William Werner, 76, a member of Immaculate Conception Church in North Little Rock, died Jan. 29. He is survived by his wife, Marion Werner; three daughters, Maureen Jones of Maumelle, Linda Cavin of Sherwood and Kathleen Werner of North Litde Rock; two sons, Larry Werner of North Little Rock and Jim Werner of Springdale; one sister, Julia Parson of Renton, Wash.; one brother, Warren Werner of St. Louis; and nine grandchildren, Anna Hiznay, 97, a member of Sts. Cyril and Methodius Church in Slovak and Our Lady of the Holy Souls Church in Little Rock, died Jan. 26. She is sur- vived by one daughter, Martha Ann Flynn of Little Rock; one brother, Frank Bednar Sr. of Slovak; two grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. LaMax Griswold, 67, a member of St. Theresa Church in Little Rock, died Feb. 1. He is survived by his wife, Lena Griswold; one daughter, Dianna Griswold of Little Rock; and his mother, Una Griswold of Birmingham, Ala. Anna Mary Sorg, 94, a member of St. Paul Church in Pocahontas, died Jan. 31. She is survived by four sons, Thomas, Robert and Ralph Sorg, all of Pocahontas, and Charles Sorg of Ply- mputh, Ind.; six daughters, Bertha Hulse, Mary Smith, Beatrice Harper, Virginia Jenkins and Joann Redwine, all of Pocahontas; and Alice Akers of San Jose, Calif.; 22 grandchildren; 26 great-grand- children; and three great-great-grandchil- dren. Philip Famzelmann, 95, a member of St. Vincent de Paul Church in Rogers, died Jan. 29. He is survived by two sons, Roger Kunzelmann of Rogers and Philip Kunzelmann of West Palm Beach, Fla.; eight grandchildren; and six great-grand- children. Bob Wilcox, 71, a member of St. Peter the Fisherman Church in Mountain Home, died Feb. 4. He is survived by his wife, Celeste; one son, Brad Wtlcox; three daugh- ters, Karen Wallen, Connie Wilcox and Alecia McDow; and two grandchildren. Marie Morgan, 98, a member of St. Mary Church in North Little Rock, died Jan. 30. There are no immediate survivors. Elizabeth Swaim, 86, a member of SL Mary Church in North Little Rock, died Jan. 29. She is survived by three daugh- ters, Rosemary Metcalf of Hot Springs, Anna Rogers of North Little Rock and Carolyn Emerine of Tucson, Ariz.; and two sisters, Phil. Shook and Martha I nsky. Eloise Gray Jones, 75, a St. Elizabeth Church inAdona 31. She is survived by one son, of Arlington, Texas; two Carolyn Newberry of Periyyille Klackle of Watervliet, Mich. ers, Harold Gray of Mordlton, Gray of Oppelo and Robert Gray cinnati, Ohio; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. James Eli Brady, 91, a member Paul Church in Pocafiontas, died He is survived by one daughter, Gilbrech of Pocahontas; and one James Eli Brady Jr. Fred Hindman, 72, a member Boniface Church in Fort Smith died 19. He is survived by his one son, Philip Hindman of Fort tw.o daughters, Theresa Sonnier Smith and Mary Mondier of Van one sister, Freda Drewelow of Little one brother, Paul Falk of Muncie, I and 10 grandchildren. Vera Barry, 96, a member maculate Conception Church in Smith, died Jan. 14. She is one son, Sidney Barry of Tulsa; daughter, Blanche Tortes Fla.; eight grandchildren; seven grandchildren; and one grandchild. Mitchell Kistler, 52, a member maculate Conception Church in Smith, died Jan. 14. He is one daughter, Julie Nicely one son, Brian Kistler of Fort parents, Wayne and Betty Kistler Smith; three sisters, Penny California and Stephanie Hyman Jennifer Kistler, both of Fort Smith two grandchildren. James Foley, 74, a member of St. ' nard Church in Bella Vista, died He is survived by his'wife, Nina Rick), Len Skaggs, 44, a St. Mary Church in Arkadelphia, Jan. 2. He is survived by his wife, Skaggs; one son,Jason Skaggs of bus, Ohio; and two daughters, Skaggs and Sarah Ann Skaggs, Arkadelphia. Charles Edward Metraller Sr., merly of Little Rock, died Jan. 24. survived by his wife, Martha Me1 Baton Rouge, La.; five sons; four ters; five sisters; one brother; grandchildren. Louise Mary Zimmerman, 85, a ber of St. Elizabeth Church in died Feb. 6. She is her band, John Zimmerman; Raymond, Larry, Gordon and Zimmerman, all of Oppelo; two ters, Jeannie Andrews and both of Oppelo; 20 grandchildren; 1 12 great-grandchildren. Mary Elizabeth Reinhart, 84, a ber of Holy Rosary Church Stuttgart, died Feb. 3. She is by her husband, Louis Reinhart; sons, Charles Reinhart of Wheatle' Bill Reinhart of Stuttgart; two ters, Mary Lou Reinhart of Texas, and Pat Miller of Nevada, one brother, Emil Lorinc of one sister, Agnes Clark of Little eight grandchildren; and nine grandchildren.