Class of 1928 In Memoriam


John Jacob Arnold

March 8, 1911 ~ January 12, 1982

arnold, john




Newton J. Arnold

December 2, 1909 ~ September 2, 1972

arnold, newton




Virginia Lee Barnes-Stevens

October 4, 1910 ~ December 5, 2001

barnes, virginia





Jeanette Laura Bowers-Dodd

October 23, 1910 ~ March 3, 1990

bowers, jeanette




Mark Monroe Boyd

January 3, 1909 ~ September 4, 1985


boyd, mark




Mary Margaret Brady-Benson

January 18, 1911 ~ May 6, 1987

brady, mary




Hazel Sydney Brooks-Swain

September 4, 1910 ~ June 7, 1999

brooks, hazel




Harold Oscar Button

August 23, 1909 ~ October 5, 2000

button, harold




 Ardean Lewis Campbell

April 20, 1910 ~ January 14, 1988

campbell, ardean




Ella Cline-Shear

March 20, 1909 ~ July 2, 2001

cline ella




Luella Aileen Cline-McConnell

January 24, 1908 ~ May 2, 1977

cline, luella




Don Olin Cummings

 June 20, 1910  ~ February 7, 1993 


Son of Claude & Mattie Begell Cummings

 Spouse of Frances,  Wed 1941


cummings, don



Orville Richard Dassance

March 10, 1909 ~ June 1971

dassance, orville




Margaret Francis Dolan

May 28, 1910 ~ August 26, 1995 Age 85y

Daughter of John F. & Margaret Fagan Dolan

dolan, frances




Evelyn Fagan-Sampson

June 3, 1910 ~ July 9, 2003

fagan, evelyn




 Edwin Geer

September 18, 1909 ~ May 21, 1989

geer, edwin




 Bernice Gleason-Schwab

October 11, 1911 ~ April 25, 1985

gleason, bernice




Dorothy Irene Griggs-Keefe

May 17, 1909 ~ January 1989

griggs, dorothy




Harold C. Hauser

 April 18, 1911 ~ December 22, 1993

Spouse of Louise Cudebec,  Aug. 17, 1940

Son of John J. & Grace Gallman Hauser

hauser, harold



William Carlton Havens

July 27, 1907 ~ July 15, 1979

havens, william




Edmund James Healy

May 23, 1910 ~ August 16, 1960


healy, edmund



Kenneth Damon Hopkins

March 17, 1911 ~ December 25, 1985

hopkins, kenneth




Mildred Hornburg-Walrod

June 8, 1909 ~ January 1, 1987

hornburg, mildred




Lawrence Johnson

johnson, lawrence




Winifred Wilbur Kohn-Gregory

March 18, 1911 ~ October 1987

kohn, winifred




Thelma Maria Lewis-Rogers

April 11, 1910 ~ December 24, 1958

lewis, thelma




Maurine Linville

linville, maurine




John Vincent Lynch

May 30, 1909 ~ July 22, 1991

spouse of Helen Regan

Wife #2 Mary Daley who died 2-13-2008

lynch, vincent



Virginia MacEachern-Geer

August 21, 1910 ~ July 31, 2004

Daughter of John Albert & Virginia Isabella (Davis) McEachern, b. Cleveland-OH, d. Allegany, NY,

Spouse of Paul H. Geer, Wed 11-25-1936 in Ellicottville, NY

maceachern, virginia



Mary Ann McLaughlin

1910 ~ December 3, 1930

mclaughlin, mary



Mabel Lonie Meyne-Pohl

July 8,1910 ~ November 8, 1995

meyne, mabel




 Mary Elizabeth Moogan-Wamp

April 12, 1910 ~ January 17, 1973

moogan, mary

Services for Mrs. Wamp, Bomb Victim.   Born circa 1910, Died December 17, 1973.  A funeral service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Friday in St. Mary’s Church for Mrs. Mary Moogan Wamp of Dansville, victim of Arab terrorists, during a Middle East spurt of horror in Rome last week.  Mrs. Wamp’s body was returned to Dansville Sunday from Rome where she was among the passengers of a Pan Am jetliner fatally injured by fire bombs flung inside the plane by the terror group at Leonardo DaVinci Airport.  The Dansville teacher, was enroute to a Christmas vacation with her son, Mark, and his wife, Cathy, at Dhahran in Saudi Arabia when the tragedy occurred.  The wife of Dansville Postmaster Paul E. Wamp Jr., she was an English teacher at the Dansville Junior High School. She was born in Wellsville and received a bachelor’s degree in English from Elmira College. She earned her master’s degree at Geneseo State University College in 1967.   Mrs. Wamp taught 11th grade English here from 1939 to 1942. Since 1955, she had taught 8th and 9th grade English.  She was a member of the New York State English Council, the New York State United Teachers Association, the Dansville Historical Society; Nazareth College Parents Association, Rochester Memorial Art Gallery and the Alfred University Associates.  She served as president of the Elmira College Alumni Association in 1971 and (1972) and was past director of the Livingston County Historical Society. She was active in the Noyes Memorial Hospital Auxiliary and in the Rosary and Altar Society of St. Mary’s Church.  She participated in many community organizations, including Clara Barton Red Cross Chapter, Girl Scout Council and local American Cancer Society drives, American Heart Association and March of Dimes campaigns.  Surviving besides her husband are three sons, Mark, an engineer working for the foreign subsidiary of Dow Chemical Co., in Saudi Arabia; Thomas P. of Ossian, and Paul W. of Rochester; a daughter, Sally J. of Rochester; a brother, Thomas Moogan of Wellsville; a sister, Miss Margaret Moogan of Detroit, Mich.; and two grandchildren, Michael and Stephen Wamp of Ossian.  Mrs. Wamp had left Rochester Dec. 14 and flew from New York City the following day. The plane arrived in Rome Sunday. The plane was to have departed for Beirut, Lebanon Monday morning, the day of the tragedy. She was among 30 people killed in the terrorist attack. Her schedule had called for her return to her home at 40 Cottage St. on Jan. 6. Her son, Mark, flew to Rome following news of the slaying aboard the jetliner there. Friends may call at the Johnson Funeral Home from 2 to 5 p.m. today. A prayer service will be conducted at 8 p.m. in St. Mary’s Church. Burial will be in Greenmount Cemetery, Dansville.  Memorial contributions are being received by the Spina Bifada Birth Defect Fund through Miss Helen Pratt of Dansville.




Donald Moynihan

August 4, 1907 ~ January 25, 1963

moynihan, donald




John Gerald O’Connor

December 6, 1907 ~ August 3, 1996

gerald oconnor





Koneta Lucille Perkins-Coats

January 10, 1910 ~ January 23, 2002

perkins, koneta




Pauline Perkins-Brewster

August 9, 1911-May 8, 2006

perkins, pauline




Myrtle Phillips-Erwin

September 16, 1909 ~ January 8, 2002 

New York City, NY, daughter of Frank & Jessie Witter Phillips

Married Robert Arthur Erwin, August 24, 1932

phillips, myrtle



Marna Doreen Potter-Head

September 1, 1912 ~ May 10, 1990

potter, marna

May, 1990: Bemus Point: Marna P. Head, 77, of Villa Apartments, Main Street, Bemus Point, died at 11:50 p.m. Thursday (May 10, 1990) in WCA Hospital. She was the wife of Ronald E. Head, whom she married Sept. 27, 1930.  She was born Sept. 2, 1912, in Allentown, N.Y., a daughter of Raymond and Clella Cleveland Potter.  Mrs. Head and her husband returned to the Jamestown area in May 1988 from Florida. She was a trust officer for Norstar in Wellsville, retiring in 1977. She was a member of Bemus Point Fire Department Auxiliary.  Besides her husband, surviving are a son, C. Raymond Head of Bemus Point; a daughter, Ronna Lipsey of Bemus Point; seven grandchildren: Shae, Kellie, Lisa and Nicole Lipsey, and John Dolce, all of Bemus Point, Jennifer and Corey Head, both of Jamestown; two sisters: Marjorie Juengling of Palm Harbor, Fla. and Vera Stannard of Salt Lake City, Utah; and a brother, Vernon Potter of Wellsville.  The funeral will be at the convenience of the family.
Friends will be received from 7-9 p.m. Saturady in Lind Funeral Home.
The family subbests memorials may be made to Bemus Point Fire Department Rescue Squad. 




Irma E. Robbins

1909 ~ 1989

robbins, irma




Dorotha Emma Sadler-Fanton

November 30, 1910 ~ March 7, 1998

saddler, dorotha




Calvin Sylor

December 17, 1908 ~ March 17, 2006

saylor, calvin




Gloria Clarissa Seaver-Phillips-McMurtry

December 30, 1910 ~ August 21, 1992

seaver, gloria




Evelyn Dorothy Stadlish

April 4, 1909 ~ April 12, 1930

stadlish, evelyn




Arline Towner-Higgins

Born February 18, 1911 Scio, NY, Died September 6, 1996

Daughter of William L. & Bessie Whipple Towner

Spouse of Howard, Wed Jun. 28, 1930

towner, arline



Percy William Van Dusen

July 17, 1909 ~ July 19, 1965

vandusen, percy




James Vogele

December 5, 1908 ~ May 28, 1995

vogele, james




Evelyn Mary Dolores Walsh-Dickinson

December 15, 1909 ~ July 20, 1990

walsh, evelyn




 Clark Randall Wells

February 28, 1907 ~ January 1, 1987

wells, randall




Marian Josephine Wells-Fanton

December 13, 1909 ~ March 12, 2001

Marian Wells and Raymond Chester Fanton were married on Januaray 1, 1928.  The Reverend Sidney Matthews, the grooms grandfather performed the wedding in the private dining room of the Brunswick Hotel.  The Hotel was owned by the brides parents; Clark and Josephine Wells. They went by train to Washington D.C. for their honeymoon.