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Frederick B. Lacey, Who Prosecuted Corruption in New Jersey, Dies at 96 - New York Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

Cornell Law School.He married the former Mary Stoneham, who died in 2005. In addition to their son John, he is survived by their three other sons, Fred Jr., Jim and Bob; three daughters, Virginia Field, Mary Pat McCann and Kathleen Albert; 22 grandchildren; and 22 great-grandchildren.While working as an assistant prosecutor in the mid-1950s Mr. Lacey also served as a councilman in his hometown, Glen Ridge, N.J.As a partner at Shanley & Fisher, a New Jersey firm, he was a pro bono counsel for a Rahway State Prison inmate who claimed that he was being unconstitutionally denied wages for prison work. Mr. Lacey successfully argued the case before the United States Supreme Court.On Senator Clifford P. Case’s recommendation, Mr. Lacey was appointed a federal prosecutor in 1969 and served until 1971, when President Richard M. Nixon named him to the federal bench. He retired in 1986 and joined what was then known as LeBoeuf, Lamb, Leiby & MacRae, a law firm headquartered in New York.Although he was a Republican, Mr. Lacey was under consideration in 1979 for the post of deputy attorney general in the Carter administration, but he withdrew after critics complained that as a judge he had been predisposed toward the prosecution.Among those critics was the Harvard law professor Alan M. Dershowitz, who called Judge Lacey “extraordinarily competent” but added, “He has no sense of fair-mindedness.”Judge Lacey was named that same year to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, which considers government eavesdropping applications.As a prosecutor Mr. Lacey was best known for battling mob bosses, among them Angelo DeCarlo, who was known as Gyp, and Ruggiero Boiardo, who was known as Richie the Boot.“What was only speculation when I last was here is now established,” he said on returning to the prosecutor’s office in 1969. “There is such a phenomenon as organized crime. Call it the Mafia, call it Cosa Nostra, call it Organized Crime, it exists.”Mr. Lacey fought to release hundreds of pages of transcripts of F.B.I. wiretaps to demonstrate the mob’s reach. (In one, Mr. DeCarlo was overheard urging support for Mr. Addonizio’s political career, saying, “He’ll give us the city.”)“Organized crime is, in the vernacular, taking us over,” Mr. Lacey warned.The Times wrote that the tapes “surpassed the disclosures made in 1963 before a Senate committee by Joseph M. Valachi, the deserter from the Mafia,” and that by corralling the bosses and detailing the mob’s superstructure, Mr. Lacey and his team had succeeded in outlining “the most complete network of crime and official corruption that has yet to be brought to trial in an American courtroom.”As a prosecutor Mr. Lacey was notably evenhanded when he searched for talent. Among the last cases he handled in private practice before becoming the federal prosecutor was the bribery trial of an oil company executive whom he was defending as part of a legal dream team of Edward Bennett Williams and Simon H. Rifkind.The executive was convicted, thanks to a young Justice Department prosecutor, Herbert J. Stern. Mr. Lacey’s first appointment as a United States attorney was to hire Mr. Stern as his chief assistant.Correction: April 12, 2017An earlier version of this obituary misspelled the surname of a former mayor of Jersey City who was prosecuted by Mr. Lacey. He was Thomas J. Whel

Jesse “Pappy” Everett West Obituary -

Monday, May 01, 2017

BRISTOLVILLE, Ohio – Jesse “Pappy” Everett West, 80, of Bristolville, Ohio passed away on Tuesday, April 25, 2017, at his home. He was born September 26, 1936, in Wallback, West Virginia, the son of the late Everett West, Sr. and Mary “Barbara” (Jarvis) West. On October 26, 1956, Jesse married the former Sally “Sarah” Sutliff. They shared over 60 wonderful years of marriage and many happy memories.Jesse retired from Ford as a salvage repairman in 1998 after 42 years of service. He enjoyed playing darts, bowling, farming and horseback riding. He especially enjoyed deer hunting in West Virginia.Memories of Jesse will be cherished by his loving wife, Sarah West of Bristolville, Ohio; children, Sheila (Thomas) Doan of Southington, Ohio, Duane (Virginia) West of Bristol, Ohio, James (Elizabeth) West of Greene, Ohio, Shirley (George) Slusher of Bristolville, Ohio and Shelly (Richard) Gibson of Bristolville, Ohio; sister, Mural Hayes of Aurora, Ohio; half-brother, Everett West, Jr.; ten grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Besides his parents, Jesse was preceded in death by his brothers, Oscar, Herbert and Denzil West and sisters, Hazel Davis and Flora Fox.Se

Obituaries, Apr. 11, 2017 - Murray Ledger and Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

Ada Ruth “Scotti” Hina, his parents, five brothers and one sister.Coach Hina is survived by his wife of 39 years, Charlsie Hina of Henderson; a daughter, Mary Martha Delp of Manassas, Virginia; brothers Glen and Harry, both of Owensboro, and Henry of Sturgis; a granddaughter and two great-grandsons.A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 13, 2017, at Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Sturgis. Visitors are invited to bring memorabilia such as photographs to be displayed at the service in honor of Coach Hina.Genice PottsGenice Potts, 56, of Murray, Kentucky, died Saturday, April 8, 2017, at the Murray-Calloway County Hospital.She was born April 30, 1960, in Calloway County, Kentucky. She was of the Baptist faith.She was preceded in death by her father, Shelby Potts, and her grandparents, Durwood and Katy Potts and Commodore and Era Orr.Ms. Potts is survived by her mother, Barbara Potts of Kirksey; a son, David Wade Todd of Owensboro; two brothers, Jimmy Potts and wife Lori of Murray and Glen Potts and wife Lisa of Maryland; three grandchildren, Eugene, Grant and Kayden; two nephews, Wesley and Matthew Potts; and a niece, Kala Potts.Graveside services were at 11 a.m., Monday, April 10, 2017, at Westfork Baptist Church Cemetery with Kerry Lambert officiating.Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Anna Mae Owen Residential Hospice House, 807 Poplar St., Murray, KY 42071.Online condolences may left at J.H. Churchill Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.Rebecca PotterRebecca Potter, 56, of New Concord, Kentucky, died Thursday, April 6, 2017, at her home.She was born July 23, 1960, in Calloway County, Kentucky. She was a homemaker and a member of Mt. Carmel Baptist Missionary Church, where she taught the elementary class on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights.She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Lynn and Lucy Ferguson and Ott and Vannie Hurt; a brother-in-law, David Potter; and aunts Eva and Neva.Mrs. Potter is survived by her husband, Michael George Potter of New Concord, whom she married May 27, 1992, in Calloway County, Kentucky; two sons, Michael Paul Potter and wife Michelle and Dakota Blue Potter and wife Jennifer, all of New Concord; her parents, Vernon Gregory Ferguson and Frankie Lee Hurt Ferguson of New Concord; her father and mother-in-law, Jim and JoAnn Potter of New Concord; two sisters, Joyce Gamble of New Concord and Debbie McCuiston and husband Darren of Murray; a sister-in-law, Cari Elkins and husband Phillip of Murray; her brother, Joey Ferguson of New Concord; two grandchildren, Whitney and Kaitlyn Potter, both of New Concord; several nieces and nephews and several great-nieces and great-nephews.No public service will be held.Expressions of sympathy may made to the American Cancer Society, 3140 Parisa Drive, Paducah, KY 42003.Online condolences may be left at J.H. Churchill Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.Betty L. ParrishBetty L. Parrish, 76, of Murray, Kentucky, died Monday, April 10, 2017, at her home.Arrangements are incomplete at Imes Funeral Home & Crematory of downtown Murray.Faye Lax FisherFa

Ryan Fladhammer - La Crosse Tribune

Monday, May 01, 2017

Nov. 5, 1995, in La Crosse. He attended high school in Wisconsin Dells, and following graduation, to satisfy his ambition to serve his country, he enlisted into the U.S. Navy and was stationed in Virginia, attaining the rank of HT3/E4. His primary duties were hull maintenance technician, where he was able to apply his abilities and talents as a fabricator and welder on-board ship. While in high school, Ryan had worked for two years as a lifeguard at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells, had a love and interest in cars and trucks, and enjoyed playing guitar. Ryan is survived by his wife, Alexis Leigh Fladhammer; father, Doyle (Diane) Fladhammer of Wisconsin Dells; mother, Debra (Terry) Monroe of Hawkeye, Iowa; siblings, Brent and Allison of Wisconsin Dells; and paternal grandparents, James and Verna Fladhammer of New Mexico. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, James and Hazel Flynn. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the would be appreciated.The Conway-Picha Funeral Home and Crematory of Lyndon Station, assisted the family with arrangements. For online condolences and information, go to

Todd M. Hahn Obituary -

Monday, May 01, 2017

School of Massage Therapy and worked as a masseur around the area.He loved being outdoors, hiking, camping, playing disc golf and rock climbing. He especially liked climbing in Summersville, West Virginia. He also enjoyed the time he spent with his daughters.In addition to his parents, he is survived by two daughters, Madison Sedona Hahn and Morgan Samantha Hahn, both of Pittsburgh; a sister, Valorie A. Filer and her husband, Chris, of Mercer; a nephew, Brayden Filer of Mercer; paternal grandmother, Martha L. Hanich of Texas and maternal grandmother, Anna L. Thompson of Greenville.He was preceded in death by paternal grandfather, John H. Hahn; maternal grandfather, Robert L. Thompson and stepgrandfather, Steve Hanich.All services are private.Messages of sympathy, stories and photos can be shared at Arrangements are under the direction of Osborne -Williams Funeral Home and Cremation Services Inc., 73-75 Columbia Ave. Greenville, Pennsylvania 16125.Order Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement

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A. Wallace Hood Obituary -

Monday, May 01, 2017

Ohio High School Football Coaches Hall of Fame in 2008.He has served as president of the Ohio Athletic Conference Football, president of the West Virginia Conference Football Coaches and named national president of the NAIA Football Coaches. In 2012, Wally became trustee of the board of the Wilson Sporting Goods Museum and was recently honored by his induction into the Mentor High School Hall of Fame. After moving to Copeland Oaks Retirement Community, he has been active as President of the Villa Association, member of the Employee Christmas Fund Committee and host of the local TV monthly sports program. He has been part of the Copeland Oaks Golf Tournament fundraiser and the Physical Plant Committee.Survivors include his wife of 59 years, Irma (Carlson) Hood, whom he married January 1, 1958 of Sebring; his three sons; Lee (Priscilla) Hood of Alliance, Jeff (Diane) Hood of Van Wert, Ohio and Jay (Renee) Hood of Green Castle, Indiana. He is also survived by a sister, Kristina Hood of LaBelle, Florida and his grandchildren, Natalie (Cody) LeMay, Jacob Hood, Kayla Hood, Bryce Hood and Blake Hood.A Memorial Service will be held at a later date.Memorial contributions can be made in Wally’s honor to the Life Care Fund at Copeland Oaks Foundation, 715 Johnson Rd., Sebring, Ohio 44672 or the Sebring United Methodist Church, 126 West Indiana Avenue, Sebring, Ohio 44672.Arrangements were handled by Gednetz-Ruzek-Brown Funeral Home, Sebring, Ohio (330) 938-2526. Friends may send condolences and sign the guest register online at Order Flowers HereShare this:Related PostsAdvertisement

Obituaries for Wednesday, April 26 - Fresno Bee

Monday, May 01, 2017

Graveside: 1 p.m. April 29 at Belmont Memorial Park. Remembrance: Project Survival Cat Haven, 38257 E. Kings Canyon Road, Dunlap, CA 93621. Arrangements: Stephens and Bean Funeral Chapel.CASTILLO — Virginia V. Castillo, 48, of Fresno died April 8. Graveside: Noon April 27 at Mountain View Cemetery. Arrangements: Clovis Funeral Chapel.COOPER — Jill Cooper, 88, of Fresno died April 21. She was a security specialist for the U.S. government. No services will be held. Arrangements: Serenity Funeral Services.GOMEZ — Ruben E. Gomez Sr., 59, of Fresno died March 30. He was a carpenter. Private service. Arrangements: Affordable Direct Cremations.GREER — Bruce E. Greer, 55, of Lemon Cove died April 15. He was a sales associate at Sears. Graveside: 10 a.m. April 28 at Exeter District Cemetery. Arrangements: Evans Miller Guinn Chapel.HARVEY — Doris Elaine Harvey, 79, of Oakhurst died April 18. She was a school teacher. Mass: 10 a.m. April 27 at Our Lady of the Sierra Parish. Remembrances: Our Lady of the Sierra Parish, 40180 Indian Springs Road, Oakhurst, CA 93644 or Ladies of the Elk’s Lodge #2724, P.O. Box 2569, Oakhurst, CA 93644. Arrangements: Palm Memorial Sierra Chapel.HESTON — Andrew Charles Heston, 28, of Fresno died April 14. He was a solar panel installer. Visitation: 10 a.m. to noon April 28 at Sterling & Smith Funeral Chapel. Service: Noon April 28 at the funeral home. HOBBS — Ronald David Hobbs, 72, of Exeter died April 24. He was a mechanic. Private service. Arrangements: Smith Family Chapel.LEMUS VIDALES — Beatriz Lemus Vidales, 83, of Fresno died April 23. She was a business owner for 47 years. Visitation: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 26 at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church. Rosary: 1 p.m. April 26 at the church. Mass: 1:30 p.m. April 26 at the church. Arrangements: Chapel of the Light Funeral Home.LIANG — Jin Zhen Liang, 100, of Richmond, formerly of Fresno, died April 22. She was a restaurant kitchen helper. Visitation: 5 to 9 p.m. April 28 at Lisle Funeral Home. Service: 10 a.m. April 29 at the funeral home. LYLE — Warren Lyle, 71, of Squaw Valley died April 6. He was a tax examiner for the IRS. No services will be held. Arrangements: Cherished Memories Memorial Chapel.MARCHINI — Georgia Mae Marchini, 83, of Fresno died M

Virginia E. Kleiber - The Banner-Graphic

Monday, May 01, 2017

Feb. 7, 1925 - April 11, 2017Virginia E. Kleiber, 92, of Bainbridge, died on Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at The Waters of Greencastle. Virginia was born Feb. 7, 1925 in Indianapolis to Floyd and Amah (Ball) Kreig.She was a 1943 graduate of Shortridge High School in Indianapolis.Virginia married George L. Kleiber in 1943 and he preceded her in death in 2007. She had been an accountant at the former Hendricks County Hospital, now Hendricks Regional Health, for many years. She was a member of the Estero, Fla., United Methodist Church.Funeral service will take place at 1 p.m. Monday, April 17 at Weaver & Randolph Funeral Home, Danville, with visitation from 11 a.m. until time of service. Burial will take place at Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis.Survivors include her sons, Rance Kleiber of Indianapolis, Chuck (Jeanette) Kleiber of Roachdale and Wesley (Terri) Kleiber of Avon; daughter Sandra (Merrill) Reed of Homossa Springs, Fla.; 11 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren.Virginia was preceded ind eath by two sons

Action Sunday death notices, April 16 - Fond du Lac Reporter

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

St. Cloud, died April 7 at Willowpark Place. Sippel Funeral Home.BAKER, Bettye J., 88, of Fond du Lac, died April 9 at Fond du Lac Lutheran Home. Uecker-Witt Funeral Home.BARTLETT, Virginia M., 86, of Chilton, died April 7. Sippel Funeral Home.BEITZEL, Claude F., 96, of Fond du Lac, formerly of Two Rivers, died April 6 at Grancare Nursing Center.BELLMER RISTAU, Doris "Granny," 94, of Port Edwards, formerly of Fond du Lac, died April 7 at Aspirus Riverview Hospital in Wisconsin Rapids. Feldner/Ritchay Funeral Home. CLARK, Kelly C., 85, of Wautoma, formerly of Fond du Lac, died April 6 at ThedaCare Medical Center-Berlin. Leikness Funeral Home.EMANUEL, Linda A., 58, of Fond du Lac, died April 5. Uecker-Witt Funeral Home.FILLMORE, James J., 70, of Fond du Lac, died April 8. Zacherl Funeral Home.GREENE, Carrie J. (McAuly), 75, of Deatsville, Alabama, formerly of Fond du Lac, died March 10. Brookside Funeral Home.HAYNES, Velma, 97, of Campbellsport, died April 11. Twohig Funeral Home.HONECK, Ruth F. (Koll), of St. Cloud, died April 2. Zacherl Funeral Home & Crematory. JOHNSON, Charles E., 84, of Fond du Lac, died April 9 at St. Agnes Hospital. Kurki-Mach Funeral Chapel & Crematory.KIPPENHAN, Glenway "Glenn" H., 90, of Campbellsport, died April 5. Twohig Funeral Home.MUELLER, Jane M., 71, of Plymouth, formerly of Fond du Lac, died April 6. Suchon Funeral Home and Cremation Services.PENDLETON, Carol L., 79

Allen Collins - The Ranger

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Ricki Thompson (Charles). Allen Collins also is survived by 14 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren "who loved him tremendously," family members said. He was preceded in death by his parents, Virginia and Wendell Collins; his first wife, Maxine Collins; and a granddaughter, Mary Anne Collins. See for a full obituary and memorial information.