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Amie G. Burns

Arlene M. Kantner

Lynne R. Lewis

Louise S. Maddux

Amie G. Burns

Amie Goodwin Burns, 82, of Princeton, died March 23 in Princeton.

Born in Georgia, she grew up in Orlando, Florida before moving to
Princeton in 1961.

In 1941, she married Robert C. Burns, an art teacher at Rollins

After World War II, she devoted herself to the care and education of her
children, who grew up in Hawthorne, N.Y., and Trenton. She volunteered as a
Girl Scout troop leader and in Parent-Teacher Associations, holding a
variety of offices from secretary to president. As a Trenton State College
faculty wife, she was active in the faculty community. She also worked as a
field test administrator for Educational Testing Service.

In her forties and fifties, she pursued her interests in political
issues, women¹s rights, art, literature, cooking, gardening and nature. She
took courses at Douglass College, participated in a march on Washington, and
traveled, making extended stays in Italy, New York City, Oregon, and
Florida. Together with her husband she visited many art museums in the U.S.
and abroad.

She is survived by her husband, Robert; her children Sandy and Carl,
both of Princeton; a brother, Herman Goodwin Jr. of Florida; and two

Arlene M. Kantner

Arlene M. Kantner, 93, of Peterborough, N.H., formerly of Princeton,
died on Memorial Day following a period of failing health.

Born into a Pennsylvania Dutch family near Allentown, Pa., she walked with
her family every Sunday five miles to the church where her father was
organist and choir director. She graduated from West Chester State College
at 17, having skipped two grades in elementary school.

In 1933 she married Ogden A. Kantner, an engineer and corporate leader,
and moved to Trenton. After the death of her husband, she built a house in
Princeton in 1958 on former land of the Columbus (American) Boychoir School,
which her sons attended.

For many years she was active in the Princeton community through volunteer
work at the hospital, membership in PEO (a service/educational
organization), the Present Day Club, and Nassau Presbyterian Church. She
also served as a trustee of the American Boychoir School, traveling with the
Boychoir in 1966 on their first tour to Japan.

She moved to Pennswood in 1989 and then to Peterborough in 1996 to be
near her son Bruce and her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

She is survived by two sons, Kerry of Santa Fe, N.Mex., and Bruce of
Temple, N.H.; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

A family memorial service will be held later this summer. Memorial gifts
may be made to the American Boychoir, 19 Lambert Drive, Princeton 08540.

Arrangements are by the Cournoyer Funeral Home, Jaffrey, N.H.

Lynne R. Lewis

Lynne Rader Lewis, 44, of Princeton, died June 2.

Born in San Diego, Calif., she was a writer and producer, and a former
Walt Disney World dancer.

She is survived by her husband, Peter M. Lewis, IV; a son, Dare, and a
daughter, Aurora, both of Princeton; her mother, Virginia Rader, of Orlando
Fla.; and a sister, Karen Rader of Las Vegas, Nev.

Funeral arrangements are private.

Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society of New
Jersey, Mercer County Chapter, 3076 Princeton Pike, Lawrenceville 08648.

Arrangements are under the direction of The Mather-Hodge Funeral Home.

Louise S. Maddux

Louise Stoll Maddux, 73, of Princeton, died June 4.

A native of Princeton, she was a 1948 graduate of Princeton High School.
She received a B.A. from the College of Wooster, in Wooster, Ohio; then did
graduate work at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Hygiene. She
worked as a research assistant at the American Museum of Natural History,
the pathology department of NYU-Bellevue, and the biology department at
Princeton University. She was later employed by H.P. Clayton and the
Princeton Public Library.

She was a member of All Saints¹ Church where she was active in the
vestry, women¹s fellowship, family choir, and many lay ministries. She was
also a volunteer with Crisis Ministry and Hospice.

The daughter of the late Norman R. Stoll and Estella Scott Stoll, she
was predeceased also by a brother, Henry Charles Stoll, and her stepmother,
Kay Stevens Stoll. She is survived by her husband, William; two daughters,
Ellen Maddux of Thetford, Vt., and Susan Polk of Hinesburg, Vt.; a son,
David, of Queens, New York; a sister, Margaret Dawson of Michigan; and one

A memorial service was held on June 8 at All Saints¹ Church.

Memorial contributions may be made to S.A.V.E., 900 Herrontown Road,
Princeton 08540; or Princeton Hospice, 253 Witherspoon Street, Princeton
08540; or Crisis Ministry, 61 Nassau Street, Princeton 08542.

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