Rochester NY: October 4, 2015 at the age of 87. Beloved wife of Douglas, cherished by her children, Douglas III (Jane Tuttle). Laurie Blue (Douglas) Scribner, and Timothy. Loved by her grandchildren, Kelley Blue (Sean McCausland), Douglas Blue IV (Erin Murphy), their mother, Barbara Blue, and great grand daughter, Harper Grace Murphy Blue, sister in law, Cornelia Cowles, cousins Ray and Char Trenkler, many nieces and nephews, and furry loves, Max and Mazee.
No words can express how much she was loved. She will be greatly missed, but forever in our hearts. Special thanks to the wonderful Palliative Care unit at Strong Hospital, especially nurses Christie and Wendy, and aids Sue and Pete, doctors Rob Horowitz and Janine Fogerty.
As was her wish, there we be no calling hours or service.
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Doug, Jane and Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Sending you our deepest condolences on the loss of Arline.
Larry and Kathleen
One thing I also got out of the meeting was how the need for a surcee east-west route for cyclists through the ward to hook up with the popular bike lanes combined with an existing traffic calming need to pinpoint Berteau as the location. It may be that our needs are different, particularly since our main commercial artery (Broadway) isn’t safe for bikes right now, but the greenway seems like a great idea.In the spirit of building community as the alderman suggests above, we might want to look not just as commuting times to establish rider frequency but also other times of the day for purposes other than getting to & from work (though that’s a priority too). For example, we have a lot of riders accessing the Lakefront Trail through the ward via Lawrence for recreational as well as commuter purposes, with lots of stops between Broadway & Sheridan. It could be that money would be well spent improving the Lawrence lanes.The obvious place for Berteau-style greenway is Leland, perhaps with a contralane running along Lakeside Place or better access to Clarendon via the park behind Uplift, so that cyclists can safely hook up with the Lakefront trail through the Lawrence underpass.