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Achievements

Fonda-Fultonville Goes Off-Grid

Cummins Northeast Introduces Alternative Energy Solutions to Fonda-Fultonville School District
DEDHAM, Mass. -- Off-Grid, Co-Generation Facility Brings Significant Cost Savings to New York School District. Cummins Northeast Inc., exclusive distributor for Cummins Inc, a global power leader in the design, manufacturing, distribution and service of electric power generation systems, has announced the completion of its Fonda-Fultonville co-generation project in upstate New York. The first grid-independent, co-generation performance project of its kind in a New York school system, it provides the Fonda-Fultonville school district with all the energy necessary to heat and cool its single-campus institution, thus achieving significant energy efficiency and cost-savings.
"As a result of the Cummins Northeast off-grid project, we estimate that the Fonda-Fultonville school district will save $275,000 each calendar year," said Glenn Goodale, Superintendent of Schools. "Instead of spending money on energy, we could now focus on reducing our budget, introducing new social and instructional programs, enhancing our district staffing, and directly impacting the teaching and learning programs." Business Wire 03-Aug-2004 [full article][Energy Concepts]

Howard Fonda Gallery

Desire, Emotion, Knowledge
March 10 – April 18, 2007 - Duchess is pleased to present Howard Fonda: desire, emotion knowledge. This is the first solo exhibition of Fonda’s work in Chicago. Fonda's sincere and introspective paintings are made alla prima, in one sitting. This urgency of mark results in a raw and visceral surface reminiscent of an underpainting, but with the craft and precision of finish. With subject matter ranging from the representational to the abstract; from portraiture to landscape; from allegorical narrative to spiritual sublime – Fonda confronts meaning and truth with an honesty and sincerity often absent in contemporary painting. A journey of spirit and a journey of mind, Fonda beckons us to join him with desire, emotion, and knowledge. A graduate of the MFA program, Fonda now teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. [article][bio]

Myrna Fonda
Big Lottery Winner

in Florida !!

90-year-old wins $1 million in Fla. Lottery's Monopoly game
The Florida Lottery announced Friday (Feb. 2) the $1 million top prize for the Million Dollar Monopoly scratch-off game was claimed by Myrna Fonda, 90, of Seffner. Fonda, who was joined at Lottery Headquarters by her husband Robert Fonda and her grandson, said she purchased the winning scratch-off ticket at Winn Dixie, 725 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard West in Seffner. According to Fonda, who regularly plays Florida Lottery instant games, she purchased the last two scratch-off tickets at the store and later scratched them when she got home. The first one she scratched wasn't a winner, but the second one is what made her a millionaire. "I think I have a little bit of luck," said Fonda. "I hope it keeps coming." The Fondas plan to pay off their house, pay some bills, help their children and save the rest for rainy days. "My turn is next," said Robert Fonda. "I'm going to go buy me some lottery tickets." The million dollar prize is one of the largest jackpots ever offered on a Florida Lottery scratch-off ticket. The Million Dollar Monopoly game is the Florida Lottery's latest $20 scratch-off game. The game features more than $375 million in cash prizes, including six $1 million top prizes. The overall odds of winning are 1-in-3.22. Tickets can be purchased at more than 12,700 Florida Lottery retail locations. Lottery Post 08-Feb-2007 [full article][St. Petersburg Times][Florida Lottery]

Miguel Fonda-Stefanescu (middle)

Romanian Influx Challenges Spain
"It's sarcastic, it's a joke and it's profoundly unjust." Miguel Fonda-Stefanescu, president of Spain's Federation of Romanian Associations (Fedrom), does not mince words when assessing the UK government's decision to restrict work permits for Bulgarians and Romanians when these countries join the EU in January. There are about 200,000 Romanians working legally in Spain. But if illegal migrants are included, unofficial estimates suggest at least 800,000 Romanians could be living in Spain. Many of them work in the construction and service sectors without legal papers - two areas of Spain's economy that have boomed in recent years. Mr. Fonda says the decision to restrict work permits is a grave error that contradicts European economic policy. I think Romanians have a very similar culture to ours. "You can't, on the one hand, say you're in favour of free markets and on the other hand, prevent the free circulation of workers." (...) by Danny Wood, BBC News, Madrid, 31-Oct-2006, [full article][Fedrom]

Gioia Fonda
founder of Pink Week

Pink Lady - Artist celebrates all things rosy with Pink Week
In Sacramento-based artist and teacher Gioia Fonda's world, there are things that are pink and things that are decidedly "un-pink." It is easy to identify the pink things — pink toenails, bubble gum, ham. The un-pink? Well, she explains it like this: "In New York, by November everybody wears black clothes down to their feet,' she says, pointing to her plastic pink shoes. "They are very un-pink." Fonda did not intend to be the spokeswoman for all things pink when, in 1993, she arbitrarily declared the second week of November Pink Week. At the time she was an undergraduate studying printmaking and metalsmithing at California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, now known as California College of the Arts.(...) Fonda brought Pink Week with her when she lived in New York City, to her hometown of Oakdale and to Sacramento. Now, as Pink Week enters its 13th year of celebrating all things pink, people mark the occasion in Oakland, Sacramento, Atlanta, New York, Green Bay, Amsterdam and Australia. Even people who hate pink celebrate Pink Week by avoiding the color altogether. In Oakland, Pink Week will have an official gallery showing in November at the Cricket Engine Studio, 499 Embarcadero. The show opens Friday, Nov. 10 and will be on display Nov. 11 & 12 and Nov. 18 & 19. (...) by Laura Casey, Staff Writer, ANG Newspapers 12-Sep-2006 [full article][www.pinkweek.org]

Austin Fonda
Member Services Director

Lake Co-Ops Tap Green Power
As the demand for renewable energy grows, consumers are being given options to purchase wind power from lake area electric cooperatives as more green power becomes available. Although wind power is not new, turbine technology has come a long way in recent years, Austin Fonda, member services director for Laclede Electric, said. Missouri cooperatives are eager to take advantage of the advances, he said. The state’s first major wind farm is currently being constructed near the northwest Missouri community of King’s City. Expected to be completed by the end of the year, the Bluegrass Ridge windfarm’s 16 turbines are expected to generate enough electricity to power 30,000 homes, Fonda said. The $70 million project will supply power to Missouri electric cooperatives through a deal brokered by the Springfield-based Associated Electric Cooperative. A second 50-megawatt windfarm in northwest Missouri is planned for Atchison County. About 50 miles from the Bluegrass Ridge windfarm, construction of the Cow Branch project’s 24 turbines is slated to finish by the end of next year. (...) Transmission costs make wind more expensive, but many are willing to pay the extra fee knowing that they’re helping to protect the environment, Fonda said. “Some people want to have that green energy, so they want that option,” Fonda said. (...) According to the American Wind Energy Association, Missouri ranks 20th nationally for overall wind energy potential, and maps provided by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources indicate northwest Missouri is the windiest region of the state. by Justin Ludwig, Lake Sun, 14-Jul-2006. [full article]

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From left, Dan Ausmus, Brian
Lambert and Matt Fonda

Better late than never
Big Bear, CA - It's been a while since Dan Ausmus, Brian Lambert and Matt Fonda completed their probationary period as Big Bear City Fire Department paramedics. Now they've finally got the badges to prove it. At the June 5 Big Bear City Community Services District board meeting, Chief Dana Van Leuven caught up on his paperwork by presenting the trio with flat badges and wallets. "These guys have been with us for a while," Van Leuven admitted. "We're just now really catching up with this." All three are paramedic-firefighters with the Fire Department. "Once our paramedics and firefighters complete their probationary period it's been customary for the department to present them with a flat badge and wallet as part of their identification," Van Leuven said. The three men accepted their badges with good humor. "I put my retirement letter in last week," Fonda said, just in case the paperwork on that was delayed. "I think you have couple of years to go," Van Leuven responded with a laugh. by Kathy Portie, Big Bear Grizzly 8-Jun-2006 [full article]

Lanesville HS Girls Softball

Eagles fly with veteran pitcher... Horton leads Lanesville softball in hitting, too
Lanesville, IN - Usually when pitchers meet with their catchers during games, the catcher does the talking, calming down the pitcher, telling her what's been working and what she should try. When Lanesville pitcher Allison Horton meets with her catchers, the opposite happens. "I feel like I coach them too much," Horton said. "But they've responded to it well." Horton, a senior, has pitched all but two innings for Lanesville's softball team, leading the Eagles (15-9) to a second straight state tournament appearance. (...) Shelby Fonda, knowing she would soon play at Lanesville High, watched Lanesville games last year. "I saw Allison pitch and I'd be like, 'That'd be really cool to be behind her pitches,'" Fonda said. She got her shot early in the season when the Eagles rotated catcher candidates, testing out five for the starting spot. Freshmen Robin Rosenbury, Kaufer's younger sister, and Fonda scored significant playing time. Rosenbury started several games during the middle of the regular season. But when her brother died in a car accident on May 14, she took a break and limited her innings. At that point, Fonda took over. "She was pretty good," Horton said, speaking quickly. "Shelby, she's just adapted to it really well." Fonda said Horton took her to pitching lessons, called her up to the pitching circle to calm her nerves and worked to teach her the game so they both could be successful. (...) by Tania Ganguli, The Courier-Journal 09-Jun-2006 [full article]

Matthew Fonda & Kristy Pron
Disney Ride Design

 

Local college students win Disney ride-design honors
Philadelphia, PA - The Walt Disney Co. yesterday identified three local college students who may have a future as theme-park ride designers. Daniel Joseph of Wilmington, who recently graduated from the University of the Arts, was awarded first place in Walt Disney Imagineering's Imagi-Nations competition. His People Mover Version 2 ride, based on a now-closed ride at Disneyland, would take people on a journey into the future. He received a $2,000 scholarship. A two-person team from Drexel University - Kristy Pron, a junior from Sewell, and Matthew Fonda, a senior from Souderton - took one of two third-place awards. Their ride, called the EAC Express, was based on the movie Finding Nemo. Guests would ride the east Australian current, as in the movie. They each received a $1,000 scholarship. The students were part of six finalist teams from the United States and Canada selected to visit Imagineering's headquarters in Glendale, Calif., this week. On Tuesday, they presented their designs to a team of Walt Disney judges. They were among more than 30 entries for this year's competition. by Julie Shaw Philadelphia Inquirer 09-Jun-2006 [full article] The Drexel Triangle 30-Jun-2006 [follow-up article]

Laura Fonda
Creighton BlueJays

Fonda Hurls Perfect Game!
Kissimmee, FL - Laura Fonda tossed a perfect game in her first collegiate start to help the Creighton softball team to an 8-0 victory over La Salle in its first game at the Rebel Spring Games Tuesday morning. The Bluejays then wasted a 3-1 lead in the seventh inning of their second game of the day, falling to St. Bonaventure, 4-3. The loss dropped the Jays to 5-7 on the year and snapped their 23-game winning streak at the annual event in Florida. Fonda, a redshirt freshman out of Omaha Millard North, was sparkling in just her second career appearance. The rookie left-hander struck out 10 of the 15 outs she recorded to log a perfect game. It was CU's first perfect game since current Bluejay assistant coach Abby Johnson recorded the feat against Yale, nearly two years ago to the date, on March 8, 2004... [full article] PERSONAL: The daughter of Sharon and Bill Fonda, Laura was born on September 9, 1985 in Omaha, Neb. ... A pre-pharmacy major ... Has an older sister, Sara (24), and a younger brother, Greg (17) ... Sara ran cross country at Creighton (2000- 01). [Meet the Bluejays] Creighton Univ. Athletics News Releases 7-Mar-2006.

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Tina Fonde - US Army - Captain
Joseph Fonde - US Marines - Corporal

A Favorite Daughter Savors Break from Iraq
Middletown, PA - A few days ago, Army Capt. Tina Fonde was sleeping on a cot, crossing her fingers for hot water and helping Iraqis rebuild their homes and schools while also wondering whether any one of them was packing a concealed grenade. On Thursday, with the love of her family lifting her spirits and turkey and the trimmings filling her stomach, Fonde had a new appreciation for Thanksgiving and the sudden shifts in her life. (...) One of the more incredible things has been seeing her younger brother, 22-year-old Joseph Fonde, again. A lance corporal in the Marines, he was stationed in Kuwait during the Iraqi war and last saw his sister when they were able to meet briefly at a Kuwaiti base last February. Joseph Fonde was able to visit home when he returned to the United States a few weeks ago. He's now stationed at a base in Yuma, Ariz., and will go back there on Dec. 10, the same day his sister begins her journey back to Iraq. (...) After sleeping on cots and in trucks, and eating more than her share of MRE's (Meals Ready to Eat) and A-rations, Fonde said it's the little things you think about when contemplating home. "I promised myself one of the first three things I'd do when I got home was take a walk in the grass in my bare feet, flush a real toilet and take a shower without flip-flops on," said Fonde, a 1996 Neshaminy High School graduate. "I did them all." After her return to Iraq on Dec. 10, Fonde will be there until March or April, she said. Until then, memories from her 15-day Thanksgiving leave will suffice. (...) For more information on Tina and Joseph Fonde, including pictures of them on duty in Iraq and Kuwait, visit the Fonde Family Website. [full article] The Intelligencer 28-Nov-2003.

Host Alex Trebek congratulates Kyle

Never try to stump a geography champion!
Seattle, WA - Should 14-year-old Kyle Haddad-Fonda of Bellevue pay a visit to the Oval Office, he'd be in trouble: President Bush might order him to stick around. Kyle is a geography genius. A guru of terra firma. The young man is so familiar with almost every city, country, river, archipelago, mountain, isthmus, crater -- you name it -- that even Rand McNally is hearing his footsteps -- sneaker squeaks, to be precise. (...) Kyle's mom, Laura Haddad, is a social worker. His dad, Rod Fonda, is a Seattle attorney. Both call their only child "a blessing." Kyle's gift has helped others. Last year, he helped a Kent man win $500,000 on the ABC game show "Who Wants To Be a Millionaire." As the youngest "lifeline" for a big winner, Kyle correctly identified New Orleans as a sinking, below-sea-level U.S. city. [full article] by Robert L. Jamieson Jr., Seattle Post-Intelligencer 23-Jun-2001 [related article]

Wedding Announcements

Cole-Fonda
Waitsfield, VT - Jennifer Fonda, daughter of Sandy Fonda of Williston and the late Bruce Fonda, and Christopher Cole, son of Tim and Denise Cole of Algonquin, Ill., were united in marriage Nov. 5. Stephanie Koonz, justice of the peace, officiated at the double-ring ceremony at the Round Barn Farm. April Burnside was maid of honor. Maribeth Fonda was bridesmaid. Andy and Mike Cole were best men. Ushers were Jeremy Fink and Devon Watson. A reception followed the ceremony, after which the couple left for Myrtle Beach, S.C. Mrs. Cole graduated from Champlain Valley Union High School and St. Lawrence University. She is a curatorial assistant at Harvard University Herbaria. Her husband graduated from Essex Junction High School and Clarkson University. He is a process engineer at Tokyo Electron Massachusetts. They reside in Middleton, Mass. [Burlington Free Press] 16-Jan-2006

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Birth Announcements

Bridget Fonda
& Danny Elfman

It's a boy for Danny and Bridget!!
Los Angeles, CA - Danny Elfman has told NPR radio that he and Bridget Fonda welcomed a baby boy six weeks ago (10-Jan-2005). They have decided on the name Oliver Henry Milton for their newborn. [Celebrity Baby Blog] [Oingo-Boingo] 2-Mar-2005

Update on Bridget: "Bridget has not faded from the acting scene but had decided anyways by 2000 that she would have wanted to take a break from acting at some stage. Subsequently she got married to Danny Elfman and has become a mother. Her priorities have changed somewhat and despite receiving a number of offers, both to return to the big screen as well as some television offers, she has been somewhat reluctant to return. Her agent has said though that she will return to acting possibly within 3 years if there is still a niche for her." [IMDb message board] 09-May-2006.

Landmarks

Downtown St. Albans, VT

City poised to purchase Fonda plant
St. Albans, VT - Former factory site on potential bypass route... The City of St. Albans wants to buy the Fonda building on Lower Newton Street, so that it can control the property as it moves forward with the Federal Street Intermodal Connector. City aldermen will discuss and perhaps vote on a purchase and sales agreement tonight, during their regular 6:30 meeting at city hall. The city has not closed on the property but has agreed to a price: $300,000 (...) The Solo Cup Company closed the Fonda plant in late 2005, displacing all 168 employees. The paper-products company was among the oldest continuously run commercial operations in the city. The property is key to the city’s final portion of the four-phase connector, which would eventually serve as a bypass route running primarily along Federal Street. “Strategically, that’s very important for us,” Gamache said. Gamache estimated that the final phase of the connector, which includes the Fonda plant area, could be 10 years out (...) [full article][follow-up] St. Albans Messenger 13-Aug-2007

Fonda Ave. in 1906

Council votes in favor of bids to rebuild Fonda Avenue
Oneonta, NY - A $265,000 project to rebuild Fonda Avenue in the Sixth Ward was approved by the Common Council at a meeting Tuesday night. The council awarded the project to Burrell’s Excavating Inc., of Norwich, which submitted a bid of $240,864. Second Ward Alderman Paul Robinson, chairman of the Streets, Parklands and Public Works Committee, said the project will include replacing storm drains, installing new sidewalks and repaving. The council-approved funding for the project will include $169,000 in state Comprehensive Highway Improvement Funds; $94,190 from an appropriation from the city’s street and sidewalks reserve fund and $1,760 from a sewer fund. Robinson said the funding is 10 percent above the accepted bid to provide contingency money. [full article][Oneonta History] The Daily Star 22-Mar-2006

Downtown Fonda, NY

Concerns Over Train Crossing are Heating Up in Fonda
Fonda, NY - For residents, the quick cross across the railway is a real way to save time. Residents say a crossing located on Center Street near Main Street is too dangerous for people to continue crossing. However, some people argue the crossing could save their lives. "It's popular with locals," says one resident. What is not so popular, is a proposal to close the railway crossing in Fonda. For residents, the quick cross across the railway is a real way to save time. "It's a short cut, so you don't get stopped at the red light where there's a lot of truck traffic," says local business owner Tom Persse. "You can zip through here." It is not just commuters fighting for the short cut. "We also have (the) Gilboa Dam which is looming, people may have forgotten about that," says Montgomery County Sheriff Michael Amato. (...) "I would hate to see it close," one resident said. It is not a done deal. The crossing closure will come up for a public hearing on June 8. WTEN.com [full article][New York Highways] WTEN, Albany, NY 25-May-2006

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Obituaries

Harvey Robert Fonda Sr.

Harvey Robert Fonda Sr. (1927-2006), 79, of Baldwinsville, died Thursday November 23, 2006 at the home of his daughter, Christine (Ken) Isaacs, after a short illness. A native of Syracuse, he was a World War II Navy veteran. He retired in 1997, after 48 years, from Henderson Johnson Co., Inc., where he had been a master plasterer and member of Local 519 Plasterers and Cement Masons Union. He was a longtime member of Community Wesleyan Church of Baldwinsville. Surviving are six children, Christine (Kenneth) Isaacs of Syracuse, Deborah (Ken) Ristow of The Dalles, OR, Robin (Ray) Tetrault of Kokomo, IN, Harvey (Kathy) Fonda Jr. of East Syracuse, Ralph (Tamala) Fonda of Buffalo and Brenda (Kurt) Nybakken of Eugene, OR; three sisters, Ruth (Robert) Lyke, Jane (Wilfred) Winks and Janet (John) Baum; five brothers, Stewart (Hazel) Jr., William, Howard (Trisha), Paul (Aggie) and Clayton (Joanne) Fonda; 20 grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter. Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at Fergerson Funeral Home, with burial following in North Syracuse Cemetery with military honors. Friends may call Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home, 215 South Main Street, North Syracuse. Fergerson Funeral Home, Inc. Memorials May Be Left At FergersonFuneralHome.com Syracuse Post Standard 11/26/2006 [Obituary][Rootsweb].

Bruce Fonda - University of Vermont, College of Medicine

Bruce J. Fonda (1950-2005) age 54, a lecturer in anatomy and neurobiology who taught gross anatomy for the past 25 years, died in October (2005) at the Vermont Respite House. He had been diagnosed in March with glioblastoma multiforme, an aggressive, fast-growing brain cancer. Fonda was the recipient of a number of Teacher of the Year and Golden Apple awards. He is survived by his wife Sandra Fonda and their two daughters, Jennifer and Maribeth. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Bruce's memory may be made to the Visiting Nurse Association, 1110 Prim Rd., Colchester, Vt. 05446, or to the Vermont Respite House, 99 Allen Brook Lane, Williston, Vt. 05495. [UVM Alumni News]

Bruce Fonda Memorial Service - Dear Colleagues: In follow up to yesterday’s message, I want to forward information regarding the visiting hours and service for our beloved colleague, Bruce Fonda. As noted in today’s Burlington Free Press, the visiting hours will be held on Sunday, Oct. 9, from 2 to 4p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. in the Ready Funeral & Cremation Service South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Rd., Burlington. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, Oct. 10, at 10 a.m. in Immaculate Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church, Williston. Interment will follow in Deerview Cemetery, Williston. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Bruce's memory may be made to the Visiting Nurse Association, 1110 Prim Rd., Colchester, Vt. 05446, or to the Vermont Respite House, 99 Allen Brook Lane, Williston, Vt. 05495. John Evans, Dean - Posted October 7, 2005 [UVM Website]

Other citations: [Bruce Fonda, Teacher of the Year] [Students, colleagues rally around medical lecturer] [The Sweetness Within Our Grasp]

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Brunnhilde L. "Burni" Fonda (1925 - 2005) age 79, of Bellevue died July 24, 2005 of ovarian cancer. Born November 28, 1925 in Denver, Co., she married Kenneth A. Fonda in 1949. They moved to Bellevue in 1957. She volunteered for the libraries of the church of Resurrection in Bellevue, of which she was a member, and the Episcopal Diocese House in Seattle for many years. She is survived by her husband of 56 years, her sister Louise Turnbull of Denver, her children Susan Fonda (Larry Adamson) of Marysville, Peggy Lane (Don Lane) of Ontario, Or., Allen Fonda (Janice Fonda) of Bellevue and Melita Fonda of Polson, Mt., 9 grandchildren 5 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Private graveside services will be held. Arrangements are by Sunset Hills Funeral Home of Bellevue, WA. A Memorial Service will be held Thursday July 28th, at 9:30 a.m. at The Church of The Resurrection in Bellevue. Post-Intelligencer, Seattle, WA

John Burt Fonda (1918 - 2005) age 87, of Stanton, a retired sheet-metal worker, died July 9, 2005, of cancer. Services: 10 a.m. July 23, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Orange. Arrangements by the Neptune Society of Orange County, Costa Mesa. Daughter, Joan Rubadue; son, Charles; five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Orange County Register, Santa Ana, CA

Leland "Lee" Verne Fonda (1929 - 2005) age 75, died Tuesday evening, January 18, 2005, at the Hamot Medical Center. He resided in Lawrence Park. He was born in Titusville, Pa. September 30, 1929 son of the late Dr. Leland B. and Myrtle Hillman Fonda. He is survived by his wife Jeanne Thayer Fonda, a brother Edwin G. Fonda and his wife JoAnn of Mt. View, Calif., a sister Lynette Sullivan of Areala, Calif. and several nieces and nephews. He was a U.S. Army Veteran of the Korean War serving in Japan. He was a 1947 graduate of Titusville High School and a graduate of Edinboro State Teachers College. He taught School in several Crawford County Schools, the North East School District and the Erie School District. He attended the Lawrence Park United Methodist Church. He was a member of the Perry-Keystone Masonic Lodge #392 F & AM. Friends may call at the G. R. Bailey Funeral Home 4396 Iroquois Ave. Lawrence Park Saturday from 1:20 p.m. until time of the Memorial Service at 3:30 p.m with Pastor David Turner officiating. Private Interment Evergreen Cemetery. In lieu of flowers Memorials may be made to the Wild Wings Wildlife Rehab Center 225 Goodrich St. Erie, PA 16508. Erie Times-News, Erie, PA

Everette Wade Fonda (1924 - 2004) passed away peacefully in his sleep July 8, 2004 in his 80th year. Predeceased by the love of his life, wife Shirley, in 2002. He is survived by sons Wayne (Gail), Sheldon and brothers Allen, Louie, sister Bubbles and grandkids Kim and Kelsey. Born in Medstead, Saskatchewan, June 14, 1924, Ev worked for Crown Zellerback at Ocean. In lieu of flowers the famlly request donations to the BC Cancer Foundation. Wake date to be announced. Tri-City News, Pt. Coquitlam, BC

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