BENTON HARBOR NEWSPAPER ON 3-4-60:
EMILY GODFREY; Mrs. Emily Ruth Godfrey, 87, widow of the late J.
Allen Godfrey, prominent Benton Harbor business man, died this
morning at 3:50 a.m. in the Merrill Rest Home, Coloma, MI. Four
months ago Mrs. Godfrey fell and received a fractured hip. She was a
patient at Meroy Hospital for nine weeks. Since that time she had
been at the rest home.
She was born Dec 20, 1872 in Lowell, Mi., and had been a resident of this community since 1920.
Mrs. Godfrey married April 25, 1895 in Lowell. Her husband, who operated the J. Allen Godfrey Shade Co., here, preceded her in death Feb. 26th, 1953.
Surviving her are two daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Paulsen of Benton Harbor and Mrs. Joseph Davini of Salt Lake City, Utah; three grand children and one great grandchild. Three brothers, Clinton Weeks of Ionia, Leon Weeks of Lowell, and Ara Weeks of Saranac, and two sisters, Mrs. Frank Betchelor of Lake Odessa and Mrs. Edith Hapeman of Lowell, also survive.
Mrs. Godfrey was a member of the Methodist Peace Temple, the WSCS of the Church and the Crickets On the Hearth. She was formerly a member of the Eastern Star.
Funeral Services will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Florin funeral ome with Rev. Stanley Buck, DD, Pastor of the Methodist Peace Temple, officiating. Graveside committal service will be held at 1 p.m. in Oakwood Cemetery, Lowell
Friday, 9 March 2001
MILTON IVERSON: Milton Iverson, 84, of Biggs died Feb. 27, 2001 at Veteran's Administration Hospital in Menlo Park. Born in Point Arena, he was a Mid-Valley resident for 40 yeras. He was a Harley-Davidson motorcycle dealer in Yuba City until retiring in 1985 and had formerly owned a dealership in Pittsburg. He partecipated in American Motorcycle Association-sponsored races from 1930s to the 1950s, winning several racing events, including the national champoship 50-mile and 100-mile TT races in 1938. He beagn a secaond race career with Al Lauer in 1971 and speedway races in the Sacramento area. He was a member of Body Express in Yuba City. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II, receiving the Purple Heart, the European, African and Middle Eastern Campaign Medal and the Good Conduct medal. Survivors include his wife Martha Iverson of Biggs; a son, Michael Gillespie of Yuba City; three daughters, Carolyn Iverson and Cheryl Nelson, both of Yuba City, and Kathryn Bristow of Biggs; and five grandchildren. He was preceded in death by three brothers, Kenneth Iverson, Everett Iverson and Vernon Iverson; and three sisters Eve Davini, Claire Titus and Esma Theodore. Donation may be made to the Alzheimer's Association. Services: a memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Faith Lutheran Church in Marysville.
Coral I. Whalley Obituary – The Lime Springs herald, 29 settembre 1994
Ivan C. Herron
(?- 19.7.1986) sposa Coral I. Whalley (19.12.1915 – 28
Figlia Jody sposata con Mark Davini
Name: DAVINI (CHICCA), Josephine
Died: Jun/23/1982 in Bakersfield
Source: Bakersfield Californian - Kern CA
Notes: death & obit
des Plaines Daily Herald
Lorraine A. Junius 23 april 2002
Chapel prayers will be said for Lorraine A. Junius (nee Davini ), 74, at 9.15 a.m. Thursday, at the Kolssal Funeral Home, 189 S. Milwaukee Ave., Wheeling ... Born in Chicago, she passed away Sunday, April 21, 2002....
Name, place of birth, date of birth, father, address.
Davini, Lorraine - 9/6/27- Egesto 1519 George
1 sett 2002
Kilgore news herald obituary
Services for Zola Corrine Foley, 78, of Garland were held Saturday, Aug. 31, 2002 at 10 a.m. at St. Patrick Catholic Church, Dallas, with Father Thomas Speiser officiating. Burial followed at Sacred Heart Cemetery in Rowlett, Texas.
Mrs. Foley was a survivor of the New London school explosion that occurred in 1937.
Mrs. Foley is survived by her husband of 58 years, L.P. Foley; one son and daughter-in-law, Robert J. and Gerry Foley; two daughters, Mary J. Garcia and Kathleen E. Lea; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Ray and Loretta Foley of California; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Ernie and Patricia Davini of California; four grandchildren, one great-grandchild and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Lavisa J. Kelley
Sunday , February 10, 2002
COUNTY- Lavisa Jane Kibler Kelley,
97, passed away February 7, 2002 at Castleview Hospital in Price.
She was born June 30, 1904 in Rose Hill, Jasper County, Illinois to Charles and Isabel Davis Kibler. Married John H. Kelley, December 22, 1928 in Chicago, Illinois. He died May 27, 1963. Lavisa was a devoted member of the Price United Methodist Church and during past years accompanied the church choir with the organ and piano. She and her husband John H. Kelley moved to Utah from Chicago, Illinois during the 1930's and worked and resided in various mine camps: Ophir, Colorado, Ophir, Utah, Watis, Utah and Clear Creek, Utah. They moved to Helper, Utah after World War II and resided at 83 Palmer Street. John opened his own business (Kelley's Lock & Tool) on Main Street and Lavisa continued to teach school. She began her teaching career in a one room school house in Illinois. She taught at Scofield Elementary, Raines Elementary, Helper Central Elementary and Sally Mauro Elementary. At Raines Elementary she taught four grades and was the principal. She was especially pleased with her operettas. Lavisa will also be remembered for all of the tutoring and music lessons she gave over many years. In later life, her students were always part of her memories. After retirement from teaching, she devoted her time to her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She will be dearly missed by her family and those whose life she touched. Graduate of the University of Utah in August of 1958 with honors, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society and Sorosis Club. She was also a member of local women's organizations and bridge clubs. Survived by a sister, Evelyn Helton, Illinois; two sons, Don (Judy) Kelley, Price, Robert Kelley, Alabama; daughter, Marjean (Norm) Hansen, Spring Glen; special nephew, John Asher Replogle, Arizona; 8 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-granddaughter Alyssa, who was born on February 5, 2002. She has many nephews and nieces in Illinois who meant the world to her.
Her grandchildren were her devotion and will remain her legacy; Donnie (Karla) Kelley, Fredricksburg, VA; Mike (Paula) Kelley, Moab; Annette (Scott) Henrie, Carbonville; John (Michele) Kelley, Price; Arlene (Ralph) Winn, Springville; Davin Kelley, Price; Bobby John Davini, AL and Lynn Davini, FL.
She was preceded in death by her husband John and her sister, Cleda Replogle of Illinois. She will be remembered for her homemade bread, chicken noodle soup, cherry trees, Lawrence Welk, Reeses Peanut Butter Cups, soap operas, her love of sports, and her undying love for her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and her newly born great-great-granddaughter. We love you Great Grandma..... Funeral service, Thursday, February 14, 2002 10:00 a.m. Price United Methodist Church. Family will be at Mitchell Funeral Home Wednesday evening from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. and at the church Thursday one hour prior to service.
Interment, Price City Cemetery. The best portion of a good man's life is his little, nameless, unremembered acts of kindness and of love. - William Wordsworth
age 74, nee
beloved wife of the late Louis
dearest mother of Amy
King, Joseph (Donna), Charles (Phyllis) and Marguerite (Stanley)
fond sister of Richard (Dolores) Killion, the late Jean (late Frank)
O'Rourke and the late Robert (late Helen) Killion; loving grandmother
of seven. Friends
and relatives to meet at St. Leonard Church for Mass on Monday,
February 9, 2004, at 10:30 a.m. Cremation will be private. Ashes will
be intered at Queen of Heaven Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials
to your favorite charity will be appreciated. Arrangements by
Funeral Home, Info,
Published in the Chicago Tribune on february/8/2004.
Tinucci, Vera Marie - Mother, Grandma, Teacher, Friend Age 91 died April 22, 2004. Nee Rossini. Widow of William C. Davini and Louis R. Tinucci, Sr. preceded in death by parents, Angelina and Lorenzo Rossini; brothers, Harry and Benny Rossini; and sister, Evelyn Pierucionni; son-in-law, James J. Scott, Sr.; and granddaughter, Christine Scott. Survived by daughters, Mary Angela (David C.) Breen, Anita D. Scott; son, Ralph J. (Mary Pat) Davini; and daughter in-law, Virginia Davini; grandchildren, Angela, David (Sandra), Elaine (Ty Ternet) and Kathleen Breen, Anne (Ed Johnson), Joseph (Amy), Matthew, Nicholas and Mary Kate Davini, James, William and Theresa Scott; five great-grandchildren; stepsons, Louis Tinucci, Jr., William Tinucci and their families and cherished friend Mary Catherine Laughlin; other family and friends. Vera was proud to be a St. Paul teacher for 23 years. As a Master Teacher, she taught us how to live with courage, dignity and love by her exceptional example. Visitation Sunday (TODAY) 4-8PM with a Rosary at 7PM in the HOLCOMB-HENRY-BOOM NORTH CHAPEL, 515 Hwy 96 W., at Mackubin, Shoreview, and at the church on Monday from 9AM until time of service. Mass of Christian Burial 10AM at NATIVITY CATHOLIC CHURCH, 324 S. Prior Ave., St. Paul. Entombment in the family mausoleum Calvary Cemetery. Memorials preferred Nativity Scholarship fund, Our Lady of Good Counsel Cancer home or donor's choice. 651-482-7606.
Published in the Pioneer Press from 4/24/2004 - 4/25/2004.
Vera Marie (nee Rossini), age 91, of St. Paul, on April 22.
Visitation Sunday 4-8
PM. Rosary 7:00 PM at the HOLCOMB-HENRY-BOOM NORTH CHAPEL, Shoreview.
Mass of Christian Burial Monday 10:00 AM at NATIVITY CATHOLIC CHURCH,
324 S. Prior Ave., St. Paul. 651-482-7606
Published in the Star Tribune on 4/25/2004.
Fleury, Dolores J. - Age 96 (nee Thill) Beloved Mom & Grandma Of Falcon Hts., on Saturday May 8, 2004 at Presbyterian Homes of Arden Hills. Preceded in death by husband, Alfred and daughter, Marilyn, 5 brothers and 1 sister. Survived by daughter, Virginia Davini; Grandchildren, Anne Davini-Johnson (Ed), Joseph (Amy), Matthew and Nicholas Davini; nieces and nephews. Visitation (TODAY) Monday 4-8 PM with a Rosary at 7:00 PM in the HOLCOMB-HENRY-BOOM FUNERAL HOME, 536 N. Snelling Ave., St. Paul, and on Tuesday from 9:00 AM until time of service at the church. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, 10:00 AM at the CHURCH OF THE HOLY CHILDHOOD, 1435 Midway Pkwy. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Memorials preferred to Michael Hawkins Scholarship Fund at Holy Childhood, Little Sisters of the Poor or Sharing and Caring Hands. 651-646-2844.
Published in the Pioneer Press from 5/9/2004 - 5/10/2004.
MAE JOHANNA GRASSI February 10, 1920 - May 6, 2004 Passed away on May 6, 2004 from congestive heart failure in her home in Castro Valley, CA, at the age of 84. She was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. Preceded in death by her loving husband, Dante C. Grassi. Mae was the beloved mother of Sandra Grassi Davini of Hayward and James E. Grassi of Post Falls, Idaho. She was the loving mother-in-law to John M. Davini and Louise Etter Grassi. She is survived by her wonderful grandchildren, Matt and Sarah Davini, Tom Grassi and his wife, Della, and Dan Grassi and his wife, Thelma. She was the proud great-grandmother of Dana, Tyler, Danielle, Madeline and Ruth Grassi. She was the devoted aunt to her nieces, Sharon Clayson, Glayde Bolander, Lynn Thurman, Karen Hunt and Janet Wallace. Mae was a graduate of Oakland High School. After graduation she worked at the State Fair at Treasure Island and was named "Miss Sunkist" in 1939. She worked for Kinney Shoe Stores and was proud of her 20-year career with Bank of America. Mae and her husband started a jewelry business 35 years ago as a hobby; Mae continued the business until a few months ago. Selling was the heart of Mae; she enjoyed the chance to meet and be with people daily. Mae's family and many friends were the center of her life and heart. She extended her time, love and generosity to everyone whom she met. Christmas was her favorite day of the year. She began shopping in January for the coming Christmas, always selecting the most loving and appropriate gifts. Mae enjoyed cooking (her fruitcakes and custards were the best!), gardening, shopping and entertaining family and friends. Mae loved Monterey; it was the place of her honeymoon; each year she arranged a vacation for the family. Mae attended Redwood Chapel in Castro Valley until her confinement. She was a faithful Christian. Visititation will occur on Wednesday, May 11, 2004, at Machado's Hillside Chapel, 1051 Harder Rd., Hayward, CA, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. A memorial service to celebrate Mae's life will be held on Thursday, May 13, 2004, at Redwood Community Church on Redwood Road, Castro Valley, CA, at 6:30 p.m. with a reception to follow. Contributions preferred to: Sutter VNA & Hospice, 1900 Powell St., Emeryville, CA 94508, Let's Go Fishing Ministries, P.O. Box 3303 Post Falls, ID 83877, or St. Rose Hospital Foundation, 27200 Calaroga St. Hayward, CA 94544. Memorial gardens will be built in Hayward and Idaho to honor Mae; any plants will be planted in her memory. Machado's Hillside Chapel (510) 537-6600
Published in the ANG Newspapers from 5/11/2004 - 5/12/2004.
Brian P. McKeown, 44 Owned house painting company; avid sports fan HYANNIS - Brian P. "The Big B" McKeown, 44, died Sept. 2 at his home after a sudden illness.
Born in Framingham, he graduated from Framingham South High School. He later moved to Worcester, where he lived with his aunt, Paula Lombardi, and began working as a house painter. He settled in Hyannis three years ago and founded The Big B house painting company, which he owned and operated until his death.
He enjoyed weightlifting and bodybuilding and was an active member of Gold's Gym in Hyannis. He was also an avid Patriots and football fan, loved the Red Sox, enjoyed fishing and was a friend of Bill W. Besides his aunt, survivors include three other aunts, Delores Traffcante and Cynthia Hassett, both of Worcester, and Gail Pedone of Shrewsbury; and an uncle, Bruce Davini of Millbury. A celebration of his life is at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Coutinho-Boisse Funeral Home, 678 Main St., Harwich, followed by a memorial service at 7 p.m.
Published: September 11, 2004 Cape Cod Times
Robert L. Davini 1943 ~ 2004 Robert L. Davini, 61, died peacefully in his sleep Dec. 14, 2004 surrounded by his family. Born May 23, 1943 in Salt Lake, son of Robert and Hazel Davini. Survived by children, Kellie, Sky, and Amber; grandchildren, Mario, Jenna and Geniah; sisters, Barbara Quintana; Mary Joann Galvin; and brother, Jimmy Davini. P.S. 39:2, I was dumb with silence, I held my peace, even from good; And my sorrow was stirred. (There are times when people remain silent yet should speak their hearts truth and times when people speak what's on their mind, but the heart is sad because its left unheard.) Bob made friends easily and will be missed by all of us. Viewing Friday, Dec 17, from 2-4pm at Deseret Mortuary, 36 East 7th South, prior to the cremation. In lieu of flowers, it is requested donations may be made to the family. Published in the Salt Lake Tribune on 12/16/2004
DAVINI, Thomas (TidyTom, Dad, Pops, Grandpa): Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice Press Democrat, The (Santa Rosa, CA) - August 16, 2009 Deceased Name: DAVINI, Thomas (TidyTom, Dad, Pops, Grandpa)
Patricia Marie (Foley) Davini
Resident of San Bruno
April 8, 1924 - Oct. 1, 2011 Loving wife of Ernest; proud mother of Laurence (Patte), James, Jeffrey and Robert (Robyn); grandmother of Brian, Lara, Erin, Jack and Colton; great grandmother of Ashlyn, Lane, Ella and Wyatt.
Pat grew up in San Francisco's Marina, and graduated from St. Brigid's Elementary and High School, Class of 1941. She enjoyed years of friendship with Marion Perry and Ernestine Campagnoli as well as others who have gone before her. Pat was an active member of the San Bruno community and of St. Robert's parish. She loved life, family, friendships, pets, creating a warm and welcoming home, and growing a garden full of color. The sparkle in her eyes and the warmth of her smile will be sadly missed.
Mass on Sat., Oct. 8 at St. Robert's in San Bruno at 1:00 p.m.
followed by a reception.