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PAGE O b itu ari es Wednesday, August 22, 2012A7 Loretta E. Fiilmann William W. Smallwood III Genevieve Johnston Runion Steven Wayne Wilt Sr. on Friday, Aug. 17, 2012 at Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town. Loretta E. Fillmann, 95, of Dr. Henry Christie officiated. Ranson, died Wednesday, Aug. Condolences may be expressed 15, 2012 at Willow Tree Manor, at Charles Town. Born Nov 12, 1916 in Roselle, Iowa, she was the daughter of Henry Korwes and Anna Mein- Thomas 'Tommy' ers Korwes. William Siviero She had been employed with the Ranson Fruit Company and Thomas "Tommy" William also at Byrd's Packing House, Siviero, 45, of Elizabethtown, Berryville, VA Pa died Friday, Dec. 30, 2011, She was of a non-denomina-in Lancaster Hospital, Lancaster, ti,onal faith. Pa. due to complications of dia- She was a former member ofbetes. the Women of the Moose Chap- Born Aug. 25, 1966 in Win- ter 1028, Charles Town, and at- chester, Va he was the son of the tended Jefferson County Coun- late Zellapheane Scott, of Kear- cil on Aging at the Anna Reedy neysville. Center, Ranson. He is survived by his life part- She is survived by her sisters, ner, Lynne Le Fever, of Lancast- Mary Jennewein, Rose Nygard er, Pa.; one daughter, Adreana and Bertilla Mathiasen; brothers; Gearon Siviero, of Sterling, Va.; Joseph Korwes, Gilbert Korwes, three brothers: Leonard Siviero Albert Korwes; nieces and neph- and Nick Siviero, both of Atlanta, ews; and close friends and care- Ga, and Frank Siviero, of Austin, givers, William Fillmann and Tx.; one sister: Zellapheane Siv- Irene Seal. iero, of Hagerstown, Md.; two In addition to her parents she . nephews and one niece. was preceded in death by her A memorial service will be husband, Samuel "Sam" Fill- held on Aug. 25, 2012 at 1 p.m. mann; sisters, Kathryn Hinners at Shanondale Springs Baptist and Lillian Wesphal; and broth- Church, 3868 Mission Rd Harp- ers, Harold Korwes, Henry Kor- ers Ferry. wes and Ben Korwes. Family and friends are wel- A graveside service was held come. William Walton Smallwood Genevieve Johnston Runion,Steven Wayne Wilt Sr 56, III, 85, of Winchester, Va died 78, of Harpers Ferry, died Mon- of Kearneysville, died Tuesday, Friday, Aug, 10, 2012 at Win- day, Aug. 20, 2012 at Willow July 31,2012 at his residence. chester Medical Center. Tree Manor. Born Nov. 14, 1955 in O1- Born June 5, 1927 in Clarke Born April 13, 1934 in Charles hey, Md he was the son of the County, Va he was the son of Town, she was the daughter of late William William Walton Smallwood Jr. the late Owen Thomas Johnston Wilt Sr. and and Alma Weekly Smallwood. and Mary Ainsworth Johnston. Peggy King He was a farmer, a member of She was a member of the Man- Wilt. Berryville Baptist Church and ningsAssembly of God. He is sur- a former member of the Clarke She is survived by three sons: vived by County Ruritan. Kenneth Lee Penwell Jr William two sons: He had served in the National O. Penwell and John F. Penwell, Steve Jr. and Guard. all of Harpers Ferry; two broth- Bryan Wilt; Surviving with his wife, Su- ers: Samuel and William John- three grandchildren; seven broth- zanne M. Brown Smallwood, is a ston; four sisters: Evelyn Muse, ers: William Jr Michael, Jimmy, son, William Walton Smallwood Ethel Avey, Maggie Linton and and Rusty Wilt; and Jay, David of Berryville, Va.; a brother, Mabel BTeeden; one grandson and EddieBallenger;foursisters: Wanless Grant Smallwood of Ar- and one great-granddaughter. Barbara Bell and husband, Wal- lington, Va.; and numerous niec- In addition to her parents, she ter; Tammy Combs; Terri and es and nephews, was preceded in death by two Patty Ballenger; and Caregivers: Two sisters, Gamett Aphilia husbands: Kenneth Lee Penwell Tammy and Sonny Ballou, Sher- Goodson and Willa Janice Ro- and Roy Runion; four brothers ri Goffand Bruce Ballenger. cap and one brother, Carroll Harry, Jim, Benjamin and Owen He was preceded in death by Glen Smallwood preceded him Bub Johnston; and one sister: his daughter, AmyWdt; one sister, in death. Mary Lanham. Pam Milburn and two brothers, Services will be private. Funeral services will be held Gary Wilt and Blair Ballenger. Memorial donations may be at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. Services will be held at 3 p.m. made to Blue Ridge Hospice, 22, 2012 at the Jefferson Chapel on Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012, 333 W. Cork St Winchester, VA with the Pastor Floyd "Bucky" at the Leetown Southern Bap- 22601 or to the Clarke County Chapman officiating, tist Church, with Pastor Bucky Humane Foundation, P. O. Box Interment will be in the Pleas- Chapman officiating. 713, Berryville, VA 22611. ant View Memory Gardens. Condolences to the family To view the obituary and send Online condolences may be may be expressed at his obituary condolences online, please visit offered at www.BrownFuneral- at www.eackles-spencerfuneral- Obituary Policy The Spirit of Jefferson offers two obituary op- tions: free and paid. A free obituary includes basic information on the person who has passed away -- schooling, mili- tary service, faith, employ- ment, details on the me- morial service and a list Of survivors in the imme- diate family. The number of grandchildren is includ- ed, but those survivors are not listed by name. A photo of the deceased can be in- cluded. Free obituaries can be emailed to news@spir- or faxed to 304-728-6856. A paid obituary may in- clude a larger photo, addi- tional biographical details, the names of grandchildren and other survivors, and any other information that is desired. These obituar- ies are treated as advertise- ments and should be sent to ads @ spiritofjefferson. corn or faxed to 304-728- 6856. Advertising deadline is Monday at 3 p.m. For questions, call Rob Smith at 304-725-2046. Finance class: Asbury United Hymn sing: The Millville Pen- Methodist Church in Charles tecostal Church, 226 Millville Town will host Financial Peace Road in Millville will host a University starting Wednes- hymn sing on Saturday at 6 day. For questions about the p.m. featuring local singers and nine-week course, call the musicians. Everyone is wel- church office at 304-725-5513. come. A free will offering will be received. For questions, call Special sale: Trinity Episco- 304.-725-5155. pal Church's thrift shop will continue a half-price sale un- Christian concert: John 3:3 til Thursday. The bag sale will Ministry will be performing at then start and continue for two Middleway United Methodist weeks. Fill' a grocery bag for Church on Sunday at both the just $5. Fall clothing will be 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. services. available starting Sept. 6. For All are welcome. Middleway questions, call 304-876-6990. UMC is located at 7435 Queen St Middleway. For questions, St. Leo rummage sale: 2109 call 304-728-4770 Sulphur Springs Rd Inwood on Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Awareness fair: Shepherd- and Saturday from 6:30 a.m. stown Presbyterian Church will to 2 p.m. Vendor space rentals be holding spirituality aware- are $15 for both days for two ness fair at Shepherd Un'iversi- full size parking spaces. Tables ty on Tuesday at 11 a.m. are not provided. Free admis- sion, free parking and every- Special event: Charles Town one is welcome. Rain or shine. Baptist Church on Sept. 15 Proceeds benefit outreach pro- from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The grams. Please call Shelley Wil- church will host Beth Moore's liams 540-667-6245 or email living proof simulcast of "Be- cause God Wants You Where You Are." Cost is $20 and res- ervations are necessary to en- sure seating. Cost includes snacks, lunch and door prizes. Call 304-725-5917 or email dotsicampbell@ yahoo.corn for more information Feeding students: The Car- ing Cupboard provides needy Jefferson County schoolchil- dren with shelf-stable foods on weekends and operates from the back entryway of Shep- herdstown Lutheran Church's parish house. The church is seeking food and monetary do- nations, which may be dropped off at the Parish House, 110 N. King St 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mon- day to Thursday or mailed to P.O. Box 2008 Shepherdstown, WV 25443. To volunteer, call Karra Cubellis at 304-870- 7266. Since 1918 EACKLES-SPENCER & NORTON FUNERAL HOME Family Owned & Operated Rte. 340 at Halltown Rd. Charles Town/Harpers Ferry West Virginia Alan H. Norton Robert L. Spencer (Licensee) (Licensee-In-Charge) 304.724.6500 www.q Colonial Funeral Home 310 S. Fairfax Blvd. Charles Town / Ranson Full Service Funerals & Cremations J.B, Ban" Licensee-imCharge Family Owned since 1889, t Ranson, WV25438 Robert C. Fields, LIC -Juan Dob;on A" We understand your frustration, but please realize that you are putting tiny electronic devices in a moist waxy place. Wax and moisture are the most common causes of problems in hearing aids. Most problems are not serious and can be remedied quickly by seeing your audiologist. At your visit, please ask your audiologist what you can do yourself to clean and protect them Hearing Testing Balance/Dizziness Test Babies to Seniors Tinnitus Testing Hearing Aids What are our patients saying about us? "You are,4~SOME! You always let me bnow everything in the offtce before l leave'fit me with the right brand. Thank you ". - Sally R0bcrts0n "Sound Advice and Caring Service Since 1996" I JlAUDIOLOGY Martinsburo Charles Town I HEARING - " ' 04 64 884 304. 676 I 1SERVICES ~J~ Deacon Peter J. Basch, KCHS Deacon Peter J. Basch, KCHS, organist, pianist, baritone, music therapist, editor and author, died on August 3rd in Hoboken, NJ, at age 82. Deacon Basch was educated at the University of Rochester (Eastman School of Music). Studied organ with Norman Peterson; Francoise Aubut and Maurice Beaulieu at Notre Dame Basilica. Piano with Zillah Halstead and Auguste Descarries (1954-1958). Studied voice with Leroy Morlock; L'Universite' de Montreal and the Conservatoire de La Province de Quebec at Montreal. He went on to study Gregorian chant with P. Clement Morinchant and Dr. Mary Berry of the University of Cambridge at St. Pierre de Solesmes, France; and Byzantine chant at Mount Athos, northern Greece. He obtained a clinical pastoral education at Cabrini Medi- cal Center, New York, with certification from National Association of Catholic Chaplains. He was pianist for Frederick Franklin of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Mary Day Washington National Ballet Company, and Erika Thimey Modem Dance Theatre, Washington, DC. He was ballet pianist for Elizabeth Leese, Montreal, a pioneer in music therapy. He volunteered at Rochester State Hospital and St. Elisabeth's Hospital, Washington DC, working closely with dance therapist pioneer Marion Chace; the DC General Psychiatric Divi- sion with Dr. Bernard Levy and Dr. Elinor Ulman, an art therapist; Allen Memorial Institute, Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal and Bellevue's 30th St Pavilion, New York City. He was Editor in chief, The American Organist magazine (1968- 73) and author of numerous articles on organ building. He was on the faculty of the NY School of Liturgical Music, Arch- diocese of New York. In addition, he was a scholar of Gregorian chant, hymnody and church history. He was director of pastoral care, St. Mary's Hospital, Hoboken, and St. Francis Hospital, Jer- sey City (1984), and chaplain at the Anne Klein Forensic Center, W Trenton (1985 -97). He performed organ concerts at Notre Dame de Paris, St. Ouen de Rouen, France; England, Denmark, Germany, Austria, the USA and Canada. He was commissioned to write organ music by Serge DeGastyne of Paris (world premiere 22 July 1974 at Notre Dame de Paris); and "Concertino" for organ by Noel Goemanne (2002), a choral composition by Ned Rorem ("He Shall Rule From Sea To Sea,"); and two masses by Noel Goemanne for the Church Of St. John the Evangelist, New York. He was a Knight Commander of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem. In addition, he was ordained to dia- conate, the Diocese of Trenton (1977). He was organist/choirmas- ter in.various churches in Webster and Rochester, NY; Montreal, Quebec; Washington, DC; Clearwater, Florida; New York City and New Jersey. Peter J. Basch was born December 8th 1929, Holy Trinity Par- ish, Webster, NewYork. And is survived by his colleague Robert J. Stanford,3hree brothers and one sister; John Basch of Pueblo, Co David Basch of Perry FI James Basch of Holiday FI and Rosemary Catalano of Ontario, NY. Funeral services will be private with burial in the Basch family plot at St. Peter's Cemetery, in historic Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.