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Henderson Home News | Thursday. March 27, 2003
Henderson Home News | Ihursday,-March 27, 2003
Elizabeth R. Boney
. Elizabeth R. Boney, 76, of Henderson, died
March 10.2003.
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.Born May 24, 1926. in AshevKlle. N.C.. she
embodied the true American spirit of kindness, hard work and family values.
rhe family requests donations go to the
Henderson Animal Shelter.
She is survived by a son. Bruce of Henderson; a daughter. Beverley Strouse, Las Vegas;
a sister, Madeline of Portland, Ore.; and three
Palm Mortuary-Henderson handled the arrangements.
Anna Konetzki
Anna Konetzki, 44, of Henderson died ^4r/c>Vi2,^, 2003..
She was bom Nov. 10. 1958 in Kansas!
She is survived by her husband. Mark; daughters, Carrie Kirk.
Dbde Bryan, Rose Mitchell, Brenda Crow, and JamieKonetzki; a
son, Mark; mother and father, Wilma and Andy Crow; sisters,
Dona Crow and Berthia Gerling; brothers, William and John
Crow; emd sbc grandchildren, all of Henderson.
Palm Mortuary -Henderson and Central Christian Church handled the arrangements and services.
Robert Brace Leydeclcer Sr.
Robert Brace Leydecker Sr., 77.^f Las Vegas, died March 2 L,
DonaldJean Buesen
Donald Jean Buesen. 79. died March 19. 2003.
He was born Jan. 22, 1924, in South Dakota, and had been a
- I le is surv ived by sons Donald of Gig Harbor, Wash., and Randy
Burns of California; daughters Sherry Allen of Renton. Wash.,
and Holly Kallner of Yeliville, Ark.
No local ser\ ices took place.
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Hites Funeral Home handled the arrangements. '
Laura Colemah,, ::,:,.-U' fy''"^-'"':'•.;-*:vr;;'':'^::
Laura Coleman, 46. died March 19, 2003.
She was born lob. 12. 1957. in Yonkers. N.Y., and had been
owner-operator ol Architectural Drafting Service.
She was a member of Susan G. Komen Breast Ccmcer Foundation and Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce.
The family requests donations go to the Susan G. Komen
Breast Cancer Foundation.
She is survived by her husband, James, and daughter Jill, both
of Henderson; a son, Sean of Lee's Summit, Mo.; a sister, Barbara
Corona, and brother, Scott Phillips, both of New Orieans; her
mother, Fii/abeth Phillips of Tucson, Ariz.; and two grandchildren.
Palm Mortuary-Eastern handled the arrangements.
Zelda Catherina Groves
Zeida Catherina Groves. 64. of Henderson, died March 19.
Born April '.\, 1938, in California, she retired as a convalescent
hospital certified nurse's aide.
She is sun ived by her husband, Monty, of Henderson; daughters Cy nthia Haller, Phoenix. Ariz., and Kathy Olsen. Panama City
Beach, I la.; a sister. Nancy Palasits, San Dimas. Calif.; and five
Palm Mortuary -Henderson handled the arrangements.
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The U.S. Army veteran of World War 11 was
born March 6. 1926 in Buffalo. N.Y.
The family request donations be made to the
IZ^ZIIIIIZI American Cancer Society.
He is survived by sons. Robert Jr. of Henderson, and William and Barry of Las Vegas; sisters, Sandra Maciejewski, Barbra Kac/.marek, and Mary Mulqueen, all of Buffalo;
a brother Eugene of California City, Calif.; a companion, Marlene
Leydecker-Runnells of Henderson; 10 grandchildren; and seven
Graveside .service will be held at 10:40 a.m. today at Southern
Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery.
Palm Mortuary-Henderson handled the arrangements.
Daniel A. Marquez
Daniel A. Marquez, (i2, of Henderson died March 19, 2003.
The retired construction foreman was born May 30, 1940 in
Espanola, N.M., and had been a member of the Operating Engineers Local #12.
He is surv ived by his wife, Mary Lou; daughters. Sandra Ware.
Cindy Barlion, and CJina Sandov al, all of Henderson, and a daughter, Mandy Cav alier of Las \ egas; a son, Randy of N. Las Vegas;
14 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
Arrangements and services were held with the assistance of
Palm Mortuary-Henderson and St. Peter's Catholic Church.
Mark Tomiinson
Mark Tomiinson, 56. executiv e v ice president of Pacific Properties & Development LLC. Las Vegas-based real estate development company died Sunday at a Las Vegas hospital.
Tomiinson had been hospitalized since March 10 following a
choking incident.
An active member of Nevada homebuilding industry, he was
the immediate^resident and member of the executiv e committee and board at directors of the Southern Nevada Home
Builders Association.
He had been in the homebuilding industry since 1975.
Tomiinson served on the Executive Committee of the Coalition for Fairness in Construction, a consortium of local groups
Clarita B. Morris, (i I, died March 16, 2003, at her home in Henand organizations working to end the community's construcderson.
tion litigation epidernic and restore liability insurance 4^r the
She wiiii boyft-^uly i i. 10 11, in Hilo, Hawaii, to Miguul T. tmd
Edith I...Apa() Bermude;.. '
Irene Porter, SNHBA executiv e director, said, "This is a v ery sad
In I't8i, she mart^U'd Harold MoVris in Oakland, Calif.
day for Southern Nevada's homebuilding industry .Mark TomClarita gieu up in Haw ail. She giadoatecHrom Farringttmiitghiinson Is among the most respected and highly i'egardyd biMlders
S( hool in Hawaii, and attended San Jose State University.
and active citizens in our cominunity. He was a very caring,
In 1962 she moved to the valley, working as a dance-r in a Las
thoughtful and intelligent man who worked diligently on many
\ egas show called "Nalani Kele's Polynesian Revue."
important issues and projects for the benefit of our industry and
She later worked as an administrative secretary for Clark
our community.
County School District. A member of the Jesus Christ of Latter"Mark's commitment to the industry and our association was
day Saints C hurch, she served as president in the ^oung
remarkable. He will be deeply missed by all."
Women's, Primary and Relief Society. Others described her as a
Steven Molasky, chief executive officer of Pacific Properties,
capable leader who loved working with children and youth, and
said, Tomiinson was responsible for more than S250 milhon of
shared her many talents. Very athletic, she was organized and a
construction projects.
perfectionist who enjoyed crafts, knitting and sewing, they said.
He called him a consummate profe^fiiftnai whn m;iintainffi
She was a preal sdiirre of strength for her famih' ,
strong relationships with everyone in the real estate community
1 he iainily request donations go to Brown Junior High School
of Southern Nevada.
in I lendi.Tsnn far a leadership scholarship in her name.
A native of Wisconsin. 1 omiin.son was born Oct. 25. T946. He
She is surv iv ed by her husband, Harold, of Henderson; sev en
earned a degree in business administration at Arizona State Unisons and a daughter, Michael G. Leavitt of Boulder City, Christoversity in 1972, and upon graduation, went to work for Security
pher K. and Glen K. Leavitt of Henderson, S. Pitece Hopkinson of
Pacific Bank in branch management in Los Angeles.
St. (k'orge, Utah, E. Shane Morris of Gathersburg, Md., Duncan M.
In addition to his passion for the housing industry, Tomiinson
Morris of I,as Vegas, Damon F. and Brandon H. Morris of Salt Lake
was an avid drag racer, racking up many miles at the Las V egas
City; 25 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; four sisters, Gloria
Motor Speedway; and a gifted guitar player, who played off and
L. Jav alana, Mary 1.. Bermudez, Juvlta M. Fong and Lovina K. Keron in bands over the years.
foot, all of Hawaii.
Tomiinson is survived by a daughter, Lisa Loftis of Texas; a
son, Alex of Southern California; and two grandchildren.
Hites Funeral Home of Flenderson is handling the arrangements, which are pending.
Suellen Atkin.son, 61. of Henderson died March 21, 2003.
She was born Aug. 1, 1941 m Washburn, Mo.
She is survived by her husband. Robert of Henderson; daughters. .Vmy Dav idson and Julie Coon of Las Vegas. Susan Atkinson
of Henderson. loni Gar/ of Ashttm, Idaho, and Tammi Dempsey
Bonita M. \an Leer, 52, died Sunday, March 9, 2003.
She was born March 28, 1950 in Burlington, \ t. A nurse pracof W ashington; sons, Tom Ciciliano of Las Vegas, Mark Jordan of
Rogers, Ark., and Jeffrey Atkinson of Las Vegas; sisters. Mariet- titioner, she was a 22-year resident of Las Vegas and a member
ta Bowman of Henderson, and |udy Sunday of Rogers, Ark.; a of the Las Vegas Jaycees.
She is sunived by her husband, Robert, of Las Vegas; sons,
brother. Ferry Wilson of Rogers, mother and step-father, Betty
Thomas Sheppard and Todd Sheppard. both of Las Vegas, and
and Frank Foster of Rogers; and 15 grandchildren.
Palm Mortuary -Eastern and Central Christian Church handled Brandon of Albany, Ore.; mother, Louise Granger of Winooski,
\'t.; sisters, Judy Bourgt, Jane Granger and Teresa Granger, all of
arrangements and services.
Burlington, and Monica Smith of Searchlight; and brothers, Pat
Granger, Charles Granger and Lee Granger, all of Burlington.
Services were held.
Clarita B. Morris
Suellen Atlcinson
Bonita Van Leer
Mae Ebarb
Mae Ebarb, 90. of Henderson died March 21, 2003.
She was born No\'. 25,1912 in Zwolle. La., and had been a member of St. Petvr's Catholic Church.
She is sun iv ed by daughters. Argerine Giles of Henderson, and
Doris W ay of las Vegas; a son. Joe of Henderson; sister. Glady s
Remedies, of Zwolle; and 12 grandchildren.
Mass will be held at St-. Peters Catholic Church today at 10 a.m.,
and graveside service will be held at 11:30 a.m. at Davis Paradise
Palm Mortuary-Hendersor handled the arrangements.
Osha Whetzel
Osha Pauline Whetzel. 85, died Tuesday, March 18, 2003.
She was bom April 2, 1917. in Smithton, Pa. The owner of a
beauty salon, she was an 11 -month Boulder City resident.
She is survived by her daughter, Nancy Byrd of Boulder City; a
sister, Elsie Cohen of Tucson, Ariz.; three grandchildren; and
four great-grandchildren.
Services were in Tucson.
Thomas Kerr Jr.
Thomas kerr Jr.. 66, died Wednesday, March 19, 5^3 in
He was bom Jan. 30, 1937 in Worthington,
Pa. A U.S. Air Force veteran, he was a security
^^^^^^^ officer for a casino, the owner of a concession
Z^^Z^^ business, a member of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints, an eight-year Pahrump resident and
former 45-year Las \egas resident.
He is surviv ed by his wife, Nancy of Pahurmp; two daughters.
Ten Morgan of Boulder Cit> and Jenny Henson of Pahrump; a
son. David of Chicago; two stepsons, Dino Navlgato and Anthony Navlgato, both of Las Vegas; nine grandchildren and a greatgrandchild.
Services were held.
Solid plan key for Shuffle Master CEO
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• ABPLANALP — I o Annette a daughter, Jessica, March 23,
and Jence Abplanalp, a daugh- 2003, at St. Rose Dominican
ter. Lindsey. March 22, 2003, Hospital/de Lima Campus,
at St. Rose Dominican Hospi- Henderson.
• LAM — To Kathleen and
tal/Siena Campus. HenderJeremy Lam, a son,-Matthew.
• ALLEN — To Bridgett and March 17, 2003, at St. Rose
Michael Allen, a daughter. Dominican
Britney, March 19, 2003. at St. Campus. Henderson.
• LEINS — To Aria and Eric
Rose Dominican Hospital
Leins. a daughter, Sage. March
/Siena Campus. Henderson.
• ANDERSON — To Kristy 21, 2003, at St. Rose Dominiand Lester Anderson, a son, can Hospital/Siena Campus,
Ryan. March 18. 2003, at St. Henderson.
• MARSH — To Catisha
Rose Dominican HospitalZde
Lima Campus, Henderson.
Marsh, a son, David, March 19,
• ANDERSON — To Marie- 2003, at St. Rose Dominican
Luise and Micahel Anderson, a Hospital/de Lima Campus,
daughter, Madison, March 18. Henderson.
2003, at St. Rose Dominican
• McMULLEN — To Heather
Hospital/de Lima Campus, and Matthew McMullen. a
daughter. Kathryn, March 22,
• AZELTINE — To Melissa 2003, at St. Rose Dominican
Azeltine, a son, Tyler, March Hospital/Siena Campus. Hen22, 2003, at St. Rose Domini- derson.
• NELSON — To Lacey and
can Hospital/Siena Campus,
Scott Nelson, a daughter,
• BAND! — To Jayanthi and Paige, March 17. 2003, at St.
Chandrasekhar Bandi, a son, Rose Dominican Hospital/de
Mouktik, March 20, 2003, at Lima Campus. Henderson.
St. Rose Dominican Hospital
• OCAMPO — To Cristina
Ocampo. a son, Niko, March
/Siena Campus, Henderson.
• BARNES — To Jill and 23, 2003, at St. Rose DominiChester Barnes, a son, Aidan, can Hospital/Siena Campus,
March 18, 2003, at St. Rose Henderson.
• OFFERLE — To Connie and
Campus, Henderson.
Kirk Offerle, a daughter,
• BECKER — To Christina Miela, March 20. 2003. at St.
and Steven Becker, a son, Rose Dominican Hospital/de
Bryce, March 19, 2003. at St. Lima Campus. Henderson.
Hospital/Siena Campus, Hen- Stephanie and Michael Ozderson.
irainski. a son. Joshua. March
• BENDER — To Denae and 21, 2003, at St. Rose DominiCraig Bender, a daughter, can Hospital/de Lima CamCampbell, March 22, 2003. at pus. Henderson.
St. Rose Dominican Hospi• PAEZ/STAUFFACHER tal/Siena Campus. Hender- To Sonia Paez and Corey
Stauffacher. a son, Owen,
• BULGARINO/BROWN — March 19. 2003, at St. Rose
To Christine Bulgarino and Dominican
Scott Brown, a daughter, Felic- Campus. Henderson.
ity, March 21. 2003, at St. Rose
• PUNZALAN/DeCASTRO Dominican Hospital/de Lima To_ Flordeluna Punzalan and
Campus. Henderson.
Roman DeCastro. a daughter,
• CARLSON — To Teresa Caylynn. March 23. 2003. at
and Bradley Carlson, a son. St. Rose Dominican Hospital
Chad. March 21. 2003. at St. /Siena Campus. Henderson.
• RANL^A — To Kristi and
Flospital/Siena Campus. Hen- William Raniada Jr., a soij,
—.—— •Jandon, March 19, ?QDJUL5L_
• CHEA/KIM - To Hee Chea Rose Dominican Hospital
and Jonathan Kim. a son, /Siena XIampus, Henderson.
Jaxtgrn-March 23.- 2003, at St. - -*-RiGTOR/WILEY ^ Dominican Hospital/dcv Samantha Rector and James
Lima Campus. Henderson.
Wiley, a son, Marcus, March
• COTTON - To Tammy
17, 2003, at St. Rose Dominiand (ieoffrey Cotton, a son. can Hospital/Siena Campus,
Caleb, March 22, 2003, at St. Henderson.
Rose Dominican Hospital
/Siena Campus, Henderson.
• DAVIS/LALAMA - To Jonathan Ault. a daughter,
Ellen Dav is and Marc Lalama, Kaedence, March 24, 2003. at
a wm, l.oranaoi March 18, St. Rose Dominican Hespi2003. at St. Rose Dominican tal/Siena Campus, HenderHospital/de Lima Campus. son.
• ROBBINS — To Jennifer
• DEARING - To Terri and and James Robbins, a son,
Paul iViiring. a^son, Matthew, Justin, March 23, 2003. at St.
March 19. 200:r~at->St. Rose Rose Dominican Hospital
Dominican Hospital/de Lima /Siena Campus. Henderson.
Campus. Henderson.
• SMITH — To Sara and
• DESPAIN - To Karen and Samuel Smith, a daughter,
Joseph Despain, a daughter. Aubrey. March 20, 2003. at St.
Emma. March 18, 2003, at St. Rose
Rose Dominican Hospital/de Hospital/Siena Campus, HenLima Campus, Henderson.
• DOMINGUEZ - Jo Romi• TILTON — To Jayelle and
na andjeriel Dominguez, a Chad Tilton, a son. Colby,
daughter, LIuvia, March 22. March 24. 2003. at St. Rose
2003. at St. Rose Dominican Dominican
Hospital/Siena Campus. Hen- Campus, Henderson.
• VAZQUEZ - To Nancy
• FLO'tt) - To Undsey and Jeffrey Vazquez, a son,
Floyd, a son, Anthony, March Brian. March 22, 2003, at St.
20, 2003, at St. Rose Domini- Rose
can Hospital/de Lima Cam- Hospital/Siena Campus. Henpus, Henderson.
• FOSS — To Nicole and Dar• WATLEY/MARTINEZ - To
rell Foss, a daughter. Kristina, Kristie Watley and Mitchell
March 18. 2003, at St. Rose Martinez, a daughter, Mariah,
Dominican Hospital/de Lima March 18, 2003, at St. Rose
Campus. Henderson.
• FURBER — To Heather and Campus, Henderson.
David Furber, a son. Dustin.
• WHEELER - To Sharron
March 24. 2003. at St. Rose and Gregory Wheeler, a
Hospital/Siena daughter, Leilani, March 19,
Campus, Henderson.
2003, at St. Rose Dominican
• GONZALES - To Rachael Hospital/Siena Campus, Henand Dominic Gonzales, a derson.
daughter, Isabella, March 18,
• WnUAMS — To Paula and
2003, at St. Rose Dominican Keith Williams, a daughter.
Hospital/Siena Campus. Hen- Emily. March 20. 2003. at St.
• GONZALEZ - To Norma Hospital/Siena Campus. Henand Jose Gonzalez, a son, derson.
Matthew. March 18. 20p3. at
• WOLSEY - To Amber and
St. Rose Dominican Hospital/ Jeremy Wolsey. a son, Joshua,
Siena Campus. Henderson.
March 22. 2003, at St. Rose
• GRICE — To Chanzee and Dominican Hospital/de Lima
Demel Grice, a son, Dakari, Campus, Henderson.
March 22, 2003. at St. Rose
• WOO - To Deborah and
Hospital/Siena Michael W oo, a daughter, EmiCampus, Henderson.
ly, March 18. 2003. at St. Rose
• IBARRA/STUBBS - To VU- Dominican HospitaJ/de Lima
ma Ibarra and George Stubbs, Campus, Henderson.
For Mark Voseloff, good has
never been g(^od enough.
1 he Henderson resident
now has two different Job titles at the same company
Shuffle Master CEO and chairman of the board - and the
best is yet to come.
With Voseloff in charge of
the gaming company, Shuttle
Master has become one of the
nation's 200 best financial performers, according to Forbes,
• six years wHh Shuffle Master, dudrman Of the boaid ami CEO MaifcYoscloff has taken htec^^
to the top of its industry.
Dan R. Dachelet
Marine Corps Capt. Dan R.
Dachelet, son of Robert Dachelet of
Henderson, recently departed to the
Mediterranean Sea and Arabian Gulf
while assigned to the 2nd Marine
Division, based in Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Dachelet Is one of more than 4,000
Atlantic Fleet Sailor and Marines
aboard the ships of the USS Bataan
Amphibious Ready Group. Dachelet's
unit deployed as part of a larger
Marine force currently repositioning
to Southwest Asia In support of the
global war on terrorism.
His unit Is the ground combat element of the 2nd Marine •
Expeditionary Force.
Dachelet, a 1992 graduate of
Georgetown University, has a master's degree In education from the
University of North Carolina,
Burtan S. LaFleur
Marine Corps Pvt. Burtan S.
LaFleur, son of Coralene E. LaFleur cf
Tulelake, Calif., and Stevfn C. Helt of
Henderson, recently completely
basic training at Marine Corps
Recruit Depot, San Diego.
LaFleur finished 12 weeks of training designed to challenge new
Marine recruits both physically and
LaFleur and fellow recruits began
their training at 5 a.m., by running
three miles and performing calisthenics. In addition, LaFleur spent
numerous hours In classroom and
field assignments which included
learning first aid, uniform regulations, combat water survival, marksmanship, hand-to-hand combat and
assorted weapons training. They
performed close order drill and operated as a small Infantry unit during
field training.
received Instruction on the Marine
Corps core values - honor, courage
and commitment, and what the word
mean in guiding personal and professional conduct.
LaFleur and fellow recruits ended
the training phase with The Crucible,
a 54-hour team effort, problem solving evolution, which culminated with
recruits receiving the Marine Corps
emblem and being addressed as
Marines for the first time.
LaFleur Is a 20O2 graduate of
Basic High School.
David Rogers Jr.
Marine Corps Sgt. David Rogers
Jr., a 1991 graduate of Basic High
School, was recently called to active
duty in support of Operation
Enduring Freedom while assigned to
the Marine Corps Bulk Fuel Company
A, based in Tucson, Ariz.
Rogers was deployed as part of a
larger Marine force repositioning to
Southwest Asia for the global war on
Bulk Fuel Companies provides
general support to the Marine
Expeditionary Force. Bulk fuel
accounts for a large percentage of
all tonnage moved in a theater of
operations. An armored division
and was recenlh named as the
Jijth fastest growing company
by Fortune.
It is the leader in its industr>, supplying more than
V)() percent of the world's table
game shufllers and owning the
rights to sev eral popular table
"We're proud of our financial situation," said Voseloft, a
Hendefson resident. "It represents the hard work of ever> one here. I am fortunate to
have a lot of good people
(working here)."
But when he started his
business lite after a career in
acaderaia, Voseloff never expected to oversee the c reation
of shufflers for proprietary
table games, new table games
themselves and new slot machines.
Instead, his interest in mathematics and entertainment
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Navy Seaman Recruit Christopher
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Henderson, and Mark A. Wright of
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During the eight-week program,
Wright completed a variety of training, which included classroom study
and practical instruction on naval
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The capstone event of boot camp
is Battle Stations, which gives
recruits key skills and confidence.
Battle Stations has been designed to
galvanize the basic warrior attributes of sacrifice, dedication, teamwork and endurance in each recruit.
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