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May 3, 2016
BACK IN THE DAY: Street names recall Moreno Valley investors
He and others eventually established the Moreno Fruit Co.
Heacock Street: Named for Willard J. Heacock, a judge in Gloversville, N.Y., and president of the Gloversville and Jamestown Railroad Co. in that state. Heacock was a heavy investor in the BV&AD Co., even serving as president of the Bear Valley Irrigation Co. for a time. He never lived in what would become Moreno Valley, but his brother Mills Heacock and his family did.
Perris Boulevard: The original name for this road was Judson Street. It later was renamed Perris Boulevard because it connected to the town of Perris to the south. The original namesake was Edward G. Judson, a close friend and business partner of Frank Brown. Judson was involved with Brown in developing Redlands, and his name shows up in the early records of other towns, too.
Nason Street: Named for Frank L. Nason, another early investor and business associate of Frank Brown.
Moreno Beach Drive: Originally, this was Pettit Street, named for Henry H. Pettit, who brought his family to Redlands, and then later Moreno Valley, from Gloversville, N.Y. He joined with others to form the Moreno Fruit Co. and was another early investor.
Theodore Street: Named for Theodore Clark, who had run a successful dry-goods business in Hartford, Conn., before settling in Redlands. He helped establish land sales in Redlands and invested heavily in the Moreno Valley region.
Author’s note: I am indebted to Vi Hamner’s book “Moreno Valley, California, In the Beginning” for details on road names and people.
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(Press-Enterprise)Apr 22, 2016
Emily Maria Heaning
The Heaning family was now complete.
After the boys were born, they felt they had to leave the big city, so in October 1958 they moved upstate to Gloversville, NY. Bill became employed with Mohawk Cabinet. Emily, Debby and the boys got through their first winter of heavy snow all right.
In 1960 Emily was employed at Harpers woman's apparel on N. Main St., in Gloversville and her job there was an Estee Lauder representative. After about a year she was asked to dress and layout the front windows. In 1968 she left Harpers for a position at Lee and Mason Agency, where she learned as much about the insurance business as possible. She worked there for five years.
On Sept. 2, 1970, Emily and Bill lost their pride and joy. At age 16, Debbie lost her life in an automobile accident. In 1972, Emily, Bill, Billy and Kenny decided they needed a new environment for the family and moved to Cape Coral, FL. They loved it so much they built a beautiful home on the waterway. Bill got his Florida insurance licensee and Emily got a job at Deep Lagoon Marina as a secretary.
They spent many hours on their boat cruising the Gulf of Mexico and the waterways around Cape Coral. In the evening at sunset when the sun was about to disappear into the Gulf, Emily would yell out "splash" there it goes again. After a beautiful day on the water, they would head home in the boat.
Emily passed the Florida insurance test and along with Bill, they started their own business, Heaning Insurance Agency. Bill did the selling and Emily ran the office and took care of all their clients' Medicare paperwork for them. They loved her so much, they would stop by the office not only to bring her their medial bills, they wanted to sit and have a chat. Bill and Emily operated their agency for over thirty years. During those years, Billy and Kenny gave Emily and Bill the most beautiful grandchildren in the world. If they didn't have the kids out on the boat or in the pool, you would find Emily sitting on the coach surrounded by kids watching "The Wizard of Oz" or "Anne."
In 2004, Emily and Bill retired and decided to move back to Gloversville so they could be close to family. Emily could not stay at home every day so she got a job as a greeter at Walmart. Once again she was dealing with the public and she loved every minute of it. After five years she retired again, this time for good.
But then in 2015, they moved again - this time to Grand Junction, IA, where she was surrounded by her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Emily passed away suddenly in her home there on April 9, 2016.
Emily was predeceased by her adored daughter, Debra Ann Heaning; grandson, Kenny M. Heaning; and brother, Fred Viano. She is survived by her loving husband of 63 years, Bill Heaning; son, Ken Heaning and his wife Kathleen; son, Bill Heaning and his wife Sindee; sister, Joan Handy; and brother, Richard Viano. She is also survived by seven grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
A private service was held in Jefferson, IA. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a charity of your choice.
(Gloversville Leader-Herald)Apr 22, 2016
Grace N. Strouse
Grace N. Strouse, 89, of Gloversville, went peacefully into the hands of the Lord on Tuesday, April 19, 2016, at Ellis Hospital.
Born May 9, 1926, in Gloversville, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Nerle Ambrosino.
Grace worked as a secretary at the former Bishop Burke High School in Gloversville. She also was a hostess and bartender at several local restaurants in the area. Grace loved her family very much and always looked forward to holidays and family gatherings so she could be close to those she cared about the most. She will be truly missed by all who had the chance to know her.
Survivors include her beloved husband of 68 years, Albert F. Strouse of Gloversville; daughter, Vicki Meyers (Don) of Warrensburg, NY; brother, Anthony Ambrosino (Lillian) of Gloversville; grandchildren, April Fischer of Warrensburg, Shawn and Donald Fischer of Lake George, NY, Donene Morehouse (Joe) of Gansevoort, NY, Adrienne Silva (Willie) of Euless, TX, Christi Heitger (Jamie) of De Funiak Springs, FL, Erin Tho... (Gloversville Leader-Herald)Apr 22, 2016
Mary Papa Russo
Mrs. Mary Papa Russo, age 94, of Gloversville, passed away peacefully on Thursday, April 21, 2016, at St. Mary's Hospital, Amsterdam. She was an inspiration to all who knew her.
She was born November 7, 1921, in Gloversville, the daughter of the late Mario and Bridget Porto Papa. She was employed as office manager by the family-owned Mario Papa and Sons for many years. She was also a realtor at Joyce Royal Century 21 Real Estate for 20 years until the age of 80.
Mary was an active member of the Church of the Holy Spirit and its Sisters of the Holy Spirit. She was a member of the National Realtors Association, the Nathan Littauer Hospital Auxiliary, the Fulton County Republican Women's Club and the Fulton County Chamber of Commerce. For 40 years, she was a member on the board of managers of the Getman Memorial Home and also served on the Miss Fulton County Pageant board. She also served in the Boulevard School PTA and as president of the Park Terrace School PTA.
Survivors include two dev... (Gloversville Leader-Herald)Feb 2, 2016
Beverly Crossley Burton
Mayfield Presbyterian Church, Mayfield Historical Society, Bannertown Seniors, Broadalbin Seniors, Knit Witz Crafting Group, Gloversville Division of the Red Hat Society; Mayfield Retired Teachers and a valued member of the Sweet Family Reunion Planning. She was very proud of the Sweet Crossing Historical Marker that was dedicated July 31, 2015, at the site of her great-grandparents, Levi and Zeruah Sweet Farm in Cranberry Creek, NY. In 1960, she served as the President of the League of Women Voters in Oneida, NY.
Beverly enjoyed cooking, baking, decorating, entertaining, crafting, bridge and other games, cross words, word jumbles, reading, golf, playing piano and keyboard, traveling, shopping, lunch and dinner dates and most of all, spending time with family and friends.
Beverly will be greatly missed by her daughters, Cheryl (Charles) Conover of Scotia, NY and Molly (Charles) Hoffman of Swampscott, MA; granddaughter, Nicole (Ronald) DeLorenzo of Johnstown, NY; step-grandson, Steven (Gillian) Conover of Schenectady, NY; and her three great-granddaughters, Stephanie and Kayla DeLorenzo and Paige Conover; cousins, nephews and many close friends.
At Beverly's request, there will be no service. Interment will be at the Mayfield Cemetery in the spring. Family and friends will be gathering for a celebration and remembrance of Beverly's life at the Harold's Restaurant & Lounge, 176 West Fulton St., Gloversville, NY at noon on Sunday January 31. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Mayfield Historical Society, P.O. Box 715, Mayfield, NY 12117 or to a charity of your choosing. Online condolences may be made at www.amicofuneralhome.com.
(Gloversville Leader-Herald)Jan 8, 2016
Susan Lee Ireland
IN, battled cancer for three years, and passed away peacefully surrounded by family on December 30, 2015, at the age of 70.
She was born in Gloversville, NY, on October 25, 1945, to Robert and Marion Ireland, who preceded her in death.
Surviving to cherish her memory are her husband, William Knuffke; her brother, Robert Ireland Jr (Joan); her children, Michele Carter (Rick) and Brian Mylott (Linda); as well as two grandchildren, Maddax and Madyson Mylott.
Sue quickly entered the world of journalism after graduating from Johnstown High School in 1963.
"Scoop" worked at The Leader-Herald for nearly 20 years, writing a ski column and covering the Johnstown School District and police beats. She also worked for the Department of Social Services and St. John's Episcopal Church.
She loved skiing, kayaking, and sewing. Everyone was always welcome in her home. She will be greatly missed.
A Celebration of Life gathering will be held Monday, January 18, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Concordia Club, Gloversville, NY. Remember Sue, share your memories or stories at 6 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Mountain Valley Hospice, Gloversville, NY www. (Gloversville Leader-Herald)
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