Name:   Jack A. Whitman

From:  The Evening Tribune, Hornell, New York
Date:  January 2, 1990

HORNELL -- Jack A. Whitman, 69, of 93 North Church St., died Sunday (Dec. 31, 1989) at St. James Mercy Hospital.

Born March 22, 1920, in Hornell, a son of Carl and Irene Almy Whitman, he was married Oct. 23, 1971, to the former Vivian Higgins, who survives.

A veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army, he was employed for 22 years at Corbin Wood Products in Hornell and also was a projectionist at several area movie theaters including the Majestic, Steuben and Hornell Drive-In Theaters.  He also was a self-employed locksmith, and retired in 1976.

A member of the Hornell Elks Lodge, he was also a member of the VFW and the American Legion.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by three daughters, Nancy Campbell of Batesville, Va., Mary Walden of Rawleigh [sic], N.C. and Janice Raisch of Hornell; two brothers, Thurlow "Toddy" of Arkport and Walter of Bay Village, Ohio; one sister, Dorothy Treahy of Canisteo; one grandchild; several nieces and nephews.