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FRANCES WISE Frances Breihan Wise, 90, of Las Vegas, passed away Wednesday, April 16, 2014. She was born in Abilene, Texas, Dec. 20, 1923, the daughter of Albert W. and Frances Breihan (nee Urban). She attended Texas State College for Women, where she earned an associate degree in the musical arts. In 1944, Frances enlisted in the U.S. Navy, where she served for two years, ultimately receiving her honorable discharge while stationed at U.S. Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas. Following this service, she served as a Department of the Army Civilian in Headquarters, U.S. Eighth Army, Yokohama, Japan. In 1957, she married Lieutenant Colonel (then Major) Richard A. Wise, and accompanied him on a variety of military assignments, ending with his retirement from active duty in 1964. Following 25 years of civilian life in California, the couple moved to Las Vegas and took up residence in Sun City Summerlin, where Frances became a founding member of the Sun City Summerlin Computer Club. She served two terms as president of the club, and looked upon her experiences there as one of the most rewarding periods of her life. As a sufferer of advanced macular degeneration, she was an ardent and active supporter of aid for the visually impaired. At the time of her passing she was a resident of the Las Ventanas retirement community in Las Vegas. She is survived by her husband, Richard; and by a brother, Albert W. Breihan Jr. of San Diego. Her ashes will be scattered at sea in the southern California waters, where she enjoyed many years of sailing with the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and with the California Yacht Club. Read Obituary
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COL. ROBERT ZWECK U.S. Army, Retired Robert Morton Zweck, 90, of Las Vegas, and Monroe, N.Y., passed away March 29, 2014. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Oct. 25, 1923, to Harry and Ruth (nee Morje) Zweck. He was married to Ruth E. Feeney, June 3, 1992, and they moved to Las Vegas. Robert graduated from the Pentagon Intelligence School, and attended Columbia University, Iona College and Ecole Francois. He worked for 44 years at NBC in radio and television operations, where he made the acquaintance with innumerable famous and important people. He was founder and president of the American Society of TV Cameramen. He served in the active and reserve U.S. Army for 32 years, retiring at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y. with the rank of colonel. Among his many assignments were counterintelligence duty in Europe during the Cold War, mobilization designee for Defense Preparedness and reserve liaison officer at USMA, West Point. He was invited to membership in Marquis Who's Who in Entertainment. He was appointed to the 26th Congressional District Service Academy Advisory Board. He was a 10-year past president of Reserve Officer Association of the United States, Rockland County, in the state of New York. He had a quick and quirky sense of humor, and was an accomplished public speaker. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Michelline. Robert is survived by his loving wife, Ruth; daughter, Nicole (John) Cocuzza; granddaughter, Christina Zweck; stepchildren, Donald (Marianne) Feeney, Diane (Alfred) Mateo, Scott (Kathie) Feeney, Michael (Dana) Feeney and Thomas (Carly) Feeney; and 13 stepgrandchildren. Funeral services were previously held at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, with burial following. Memorial services will be at noon, Friday, April 25, at St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 8901 Del Webb Blvd, Las Vegas. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Prostate Cancer Foundation, American Lung Association or Wounded Warriors. Arrangements by William F. Hogan Funeral Home, Highland Falls, NY. (845) 446-2868 or Read Obituary
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