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Page 12 ARKANSAS 1~ CATHOLIC October 1, 1994 You can create a timeless and important legacy for yourself and your loved ones. And at the same time, you can help St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center continue its good works and advance medical technology' and care in Arkansas. You can get tax benefits and ensure that your wishes for your estate are carried out without stress on your family in a time of grief. How? Simply include the St. Vincent Development Foundation in your will - in your name or that of a loved one. The name you choose will be inscribed for posterity on the special Saint Vincent de Paul Society memorial plaque. And, as a member of the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, you 11 be hon- ored with an annual luncheon as a special guest of the hospi- tals president and CEO, receive a Saint Vincent de Paul Society pin, receive a recognition award suitable for display in home or office, receive VIP invitations to various hospital events and get periodic information on financial and estate planning. For more information, please fill out and send in the coupon below or call the St. Vincent Development Foundation at (501) 660-2380. Saint Vincent de Paul Society We would like to include you as a member of the Saint Vincent de Paul Society of St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center. Please check the box(es) which best applies to you. [] I have named St. Vincent Development Foundation in my will. D I have included St. Vincent Development Foundation in an insurance program, trust, annuity or other planned gift. I would like to receive information on how to include St. Vincent Development Foundation in my Will or other planned gift. Name Birthdate Address City State Zip Phone I prefer to be listed as "Anon>wnous" in all recognition. Please complete and send in this coupon today. DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION 5520 West Markham / Little Rock, Arkansas 72205-3400 Obituaries Ethel Mae Bruck, 87, a member of St. Theresa Church in Little Rock, died Sept. 11. She is survived by her husband, Joseph G. Bruck; a son, Joseph M. Brnck of May- flower; three daughters, Edna Mattingly of Little Rock, Georgia Long of Casa, and Alfred IL Milisch, 66, a member of St. Bernard Church in Bella Vista, died Sept. 12. He served in the Army and was a re- tired baker for the Metz Baking Company of Milwaukee, Wls., and a part-time baker at Harp's Grocery in Bella Vista. He was a member of the St. Bernard Golf League MaryJo Hoffrnan of Clinton; 30 grandchil- and the Bella Vista American Legion Post dren; 85 great-grandchildren; and 21 great- #341. great-grmMchildren. He is survived by his wife, Cecelia Milisch; two daughters, Barbara Gallun and Ned Euseppi, 80,'a member of St. Jo-Jo Ellen Fitzsimmons of Shorewood, Wis.; seph Church in Pine Bluff, died Sept. 17. He is survived by his wife, Adele Reginelli Euseppi; three sons, Ned P. Euseppi, Joe D. Euseppi and James A. Euseppi; three daughters, Rosemary Luzietti, Norie McCall and Virginia Sepielli; and five sisters, Mar- garet Vassaur, Linda Kitchens, Edith Wil- son, Camille Pinella and Lena Mae Hargis. Dorothy Marie Ethridge Martin, 64, a member of Immaculate Conception Church in Fort Smith, died Sept. 17. She is survived by a daughter, Margaret Casey of Fort Smith; three sons, Jimmy Lee Martin of Charleston, S.C., Billy Genc Mar- tin of Memphis, Tenn., mad Dennis D. Mar- tin of Broken Arrow, Okla.; four sisters, Alice Mathison and Carolyn Clancy, both of Tacoma, Wash., W~na Price and Marilyn Callison, both of Tulsa, Okla.; six grand- children and two great-grandchildren. a stepdaughter, Germain Gresl of Muskego, Wis.; four grandchildren and two stepgrandchildren. Area Munsey, 89, a member of Immacu- late Conception Church in Fort Smith, died Sept. 13. She is survived by a daughter, Pat Kearney of Little Rock, five grandchildren, and 15 greatgrandchildren. Willis L. Orton, 87, a member of Immmaculate Conception Church in Fort Smith, died Aug. 22. He was a re- tired manufact- urer's representa- tive for Industrial Lighting, Heating: Agnes Mans, 76, a mdmber of St. Johnand Associated :" Church in Russellville, died Sept. 18. She Products and for-Willis / Orlon was a retired .sales representative for River- merly served as an [ side Furniture in Fort Smith. advertising representative for the Arkan- I She is survived by two brothers, Msgr. sas Catholic. He was a member of the R.E. Maus and Henry Maus, both of Knights ofColumbus, the immaculate Con. Russellville, and a sister, Mary Louise ception Men s Club and a former mem- Hoffman of Russellville. ber of the Downtown Rotary Club. He was Memorials may be made to St. John the first volunteer coach for the boys bas- Church or the Kidney Foundation. ketball team at St. Anne s High School and Angelo Mazzone, 85, a member of Im- maculate Conce'pfion Church in North Little Rock, died Sept. 14. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He is survived by two daughters, Lauretta Walker of Sherwood, and Virginia Ann Favia of Norridge, Ill.; a sister, Lena Stransky of Chicago, Ill.; three brothers, Lawrence Blane of Albuquerque, N.M., Peter Mazzone of Reno, Nev., and Nicholas Mazzone of Denver, Colo.; and two grand- sOnS. Helene Clair McNeirney, 91, a member of St. Mary Church ha North Little Rock, died Sept. 19. She was retired from the Democrat Printing and Lithography Com- pany and was an ~ccomplished ceramic art- ist and a member of the Ceramic Society. She is stuvived by a sister, Veronica Mary McNeirney of.North Little Rock. Memorials may be made to the Pulaski County Humane Society. was a former president of the Western Ar- kansas Beekeeper's Association and the Fort Smith Engineer's Club. He was a charter member of the Medical Detach- ment of the 206th CA ANG and served in Europe during World War II. He was also a member of the Polar Bear Regiment during the Korean War. He is survived by his wife, Beatrice "Billie" Orton; two sisters, Juanita Strode of Little Rock, and Margaret Angwin of St. Petersburg, Fla.; two brothers, Paul Orton of Pine Bluff, and Kenneth Orton of Ar- lington, Texas; aud several nieces and nephews. Marianne Parldnson, 61, a member of St. Bernard Church in Bella Vista, died Sept. 18. She was a member of the St. Bernard Women's Club, Five Hole Golf Association and various sewing mad quilt- ing groups. She is survived by her husband, F.X. "Kelly" Parkinson. BISHOP'S DATES Saturday, Oct. 1 ~ Encuentro, St.John Center, Little Rock. Sunday, Oct. 2 -- Dedication of church, Tontitown; Confirmation, Mary, Mother of God Church, Harrison. Monday, Oct. 3 -Friday, Oct. 7 In town. I'V MASS Fr. Daniel Eakin Sunday Oct. 2, 7 a.m. kqqqV- Arkansas 11