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Times. (Walworth, New York) 1990-1996, August 28, 1990, Image 1

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Mac Graduate Lisa Hunt Dies n Perinton Auto Accident , Eighteen year old Lisa Hunt of Macedon, died at 6:24 Sunday morning (August 26) from complications suffered during a one car auto accident last Sunday in Perinton. Lisa was apparently on her way to work at Eastview Mall, when the accident occured. According to Captain Douglas Swetman of the Monroe county Sheriffs Department, a neighbor saw the acci- dent and called for help. The Egypt Fire Department was first on the scene. The police report noted that Ms. Hunt apparently lost control of her car on Wilkinson Road just east of Egypt- Victor Road at about 12:18 p.m. on August 19th. She was traveling west- bound on Wilkinson when her vehicle left the pavement on the north side,. striking a bridge abutment. The car,-a two door,white Ford, continued north- bound travelling down a culvert and came to rest in a small stream with its right side facing up. Lisa was un- conscious when ambulance workers arrived. ~gypt Fire personnel used the \Jaws of Life\ (a device used by rescue workers to pry victim's from auto wrecks) to free her. Perinton and Macedon Ambulance campa&es also assisted. Lisa was taken by Perinton Ambulance to Strong Memorial Hos- pital. According 'to her aunt, Debbie White, Lisa was a runner-up in- the Wayne County Fair Queen Pageant in 1987 and was a very pretty, popular, vibrant and likable girl. She graduated in June from Pal-Mac High School, where she was a varsity cheerleader. Lisa had planned to attend Cazenovia College, according to the Pal-Mac High School yearbook. School principal Michael Ormsby stated that Lisa was \well thought of - a contributing part of her class, and a real asset to the school. She always seemed to be hustling about and was a very vivacious girl, with high energy; always on the move.\ Lisa Hunt .. . < . . Lisa is the second student fmm . Palmyra-Macedon to die in a car acci- dent this summer. In July, Angelique P. Willin.ms, 17 of ,Ca-na~daigua Road, ~almyra was killed in a . two-'$ar . accident on Yellow Mills Road. - ; .{: Principal Ormsby noted: \We've had an inordinate amount of sorrow as- it relates to the community this past summer.\ Lisa is survived by her parents, ' Sandi and Freeman Hunt of Erie Street Road in Macedon and her brother, Eric, age 1 3. ' Calling hours will be from 7-9 Tuesday evening and from 2-4 and 7-9 Wednesday at the Payne-Nulton Funera1 Home, 24 Bickford Road, Macedon. Services will be held Thursday morning at 11:OO at the Macedon Center United Methodist church at 1160 Macedon Center Road. Weight No Longer! New Program Offered crt Gananda Medical Center Rochester Medical Group, PC. and Louis B. Kapner, M.D. are making it easier for you to shape up this fall. Begining September 25th through November 13th' a Nutrition and Weight Control Program is being offered at the 1200 Fairway #7 office in Gananda. ., Vicky Fideor,*Registered Dietician The classes will run for eight consecu- tive Tuesday nights from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. They will be taught by Vicky Fideor, R.D. - a registered dietician - and will include topics regarding good, basic nutiition, modifying behavior, exer- cise, weight loss, and choosing foods wisely. \This is an introduction, a place to start. This class is a good way to intro- duce people to me and to get weight programs going out here,\ said Vicky. \It is not a crash diet. It is a sensible approach to dieting f~r~people wishing to-lose between 5 and 30 pounds. I don't think quick weight loss is a good weight loss. I emphasize low fat foods, moderate protein and exercise. Women on the program would normally have between 1000 and 1200 calories per day, and men 1500 to 1600 per day,\ she explained. Vicky stated that most people need some type of structure to start out with '. continued on Page 8 . . . AFTERMATH OFA FIRE. . . Pope Family Reseltles in Walworth Eight months after a fire that destroyed their home and devastated their lives (four days before Christmas 1989), the Pope family of Walworth are secure in their new home on the site of the one they lost: \We loved that house, it needed work, but we loved it,\ said Beth Pope of the home she and husband Doug purchased lasf~une at 3574 Main Street in Walworth. \The ironic thing is that we moved in here just 2 weeks short of the day we originally moved into our first one,\ Beth reported. The chain of events that led from last ~hristmas ti1 now are of interest to many readers of the TIMES, for they played an intregalapart in the lives of the Pope family that Christmas. A fund was set up for monetary donations, and a special Christmas tree was erected where Walworth and surrounding area resi- de,qts could bring toys, clothing, blan- kep. etc. for the family. ' .' .I ' . . , It was a very hard Christmas, Beth remembers, but it was filled with many caring people. \I don't know how we would have gotten through it without all the help. I'd still like to thank everyone for caring,\ she said. After the December 2 1 st fire, Beth, Doug and their two children Collin (then 7 months) and Tristin (then 3 years old) went to stay with Beth's parents Nancy and Bob Flick of Marion. . On January 13th, the family located a house for rent in-Penfield. A relative of the owner was handling the sale of the house at the time, b'ut Beth said she was not aware that a sale was pending. \Two days after we moved in, a man pulled in the driveway and said 'Hi, I own this house now.' \I was shocked. We already had the rugs pulled out from under us once. We had really struggled to find a place, and , it wasn't really a convenient spot since it was 14 miles from my mother's and she was watching the kids, so I could go back to schoo1,\;emembered Beth. \But Continued on Page 6, . . -This is how Doug and Beth Pope 's home on Main Street in Walworth looked while Walworth Fire Department personnel fought the blaze -that enguIfed their home four days before Christmas last year. The Popes attempted to keep the same style and layout throuxhouf their new home. A parch was added to the design. Bet$, D& and their two children, Tistin and Collin moved in to the new home on Jufie 16th this ye*.

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