.  Harry Clifford Nester, 1904 - 1968, s/o Harry Frederick Nester
.                                                                                                         (INDEX)
.                                                                   author: Michael D. Nestor, email: mdn3557@yahoo.com

222311   Harry Clifford Nester,7                                           22231   (Harry,6,Franklin,5,Daniel,4,Daniel,3,Andrew,2)
.                     "Clifford"
.                       b 5 Aug 1904 NY; d Jan 1968 (SSDI 077-01-1215 NY), bur New Number Nine Cem, Seneca, Ontario Co, "age 63, husb of
.                          Elizabeth".  See
pictures of Harry's, Elizabeth's and Kingston's tombstones below.
.                       m(1) Mildred B. ____, b ca 1910 NY.  
.                       m(2) Elizabeth Metcalf Washburn Rippey (Betty), b 19 Jun 1905 NY, d 29 Mar 1998 (SSDI 074-32-1201 NY), bur New
.                                Number Nine Cem, "age 92 y, wife of Harry C.", d/o Arthur J. Washburn and Margaret E. Lawrence.
.                                Elizabeth had m(1) 23 Sep 1930 NY to Kingston Alexander Rippey, b 1907 NY, d 1947, bur New Number Nine Cem,
.                                s/o George A. Rippey and Edna Gage.

.                       Harry's and Elizabeth's LR: Geneva, Ontario Co 14456.

.                       1910, 7 Dec: "
Geneva Daily Times", Lewis Street School, Perfect Attendance - Kindergarten: Clifford Nester.
.                       1940 Ontario Co census, Geneva, ED 35-39, sheet 4B, #78, Harry Nester,35 NY, clerical worker, manu. co, Mildred,30 NY,
.                                librarian, college library.
.                       1940 Ontario Co census, Seneca Twp, Stanley, ED 35-62, sheet 2B, S Washington, #51, Kingston A. Rippey,33 NY (gs in
.                                law, service road man, American Cars, Elizabeth,35 NY (gd), Kingston,9 NY (ggs), Allen,4 NY (great gs), Margaret A.,3
.                                NY (great gd), living with Joshua K. Washburn.
.                       1940 Geneva City Directory: p 153: Nester Harry C (Mildred), clk Am Can Co, res Kashong Point
.                       1942 Geneva City Directory, p 331: Nester Mildred B asst Hobart Col Libr r RD 1 ph 31F4
.                       1945 Geneva City Directory, p 422: Nester Clifford
.                                Same, Nester Mrs Clifford
.                       1946 Geneva City Directory, p 468: Nester Harry C emp Am Can Co r 7 Sherrill ph 3616
.                       1952 Geneva City Directory, p 552: Nester Clifford
.                       1955 Geneva City Dirctory, p 433: Nester Harry C (Eliz M) 1 expediter Am Can h 147 Washington ph 5100
.                       1957 Geneva City Dirctory, p 446: Nester Harry C (Eliz M) 1 prodn clerk Am Can h 147 Washington ph 5100
.                       1960 Geneva City Dirctory, p 661: Nester H Clifford (Eliz M) RD 1 Bx 274A

.                       issue: (of Kingston Alexander Rippey and Elizabeth Washburn Rippey and apparently adopted by Harry Clifford Nester)

1.   Alan Washburn Nester, b 24 Dec 1935 Geneva, NY, m Dortha May Holland.

2.   Margaret Ann Rippey (Nester) (Peg), b 7 Mar 1937 Geneva, Ontario Co, NY, d 15 Sec 1994 (SSDI 093-30-5384 NY),
.                             d/o Kingston Rippey and Elizabeth M. Washburn, m Charles M. Achilles (Marv), b 9 Sep 1936 Geneva, d 8 Feb 2013,
.                             s/o William E. and Tena Ann Achilles.  Charles m(2) Karen ____.
.                             Margaret was apparently adopted by Harry Clifford Nester, as her SS application lists her as Margaret Ann Nester.
.                             Charles' obit gives her maiden name as Margaret Nester.  See Charles'
picture below.

.                       Ref:  1.   
www.findagrave.com, info by Bobby J. Chamberlain, and gone_fishing - unless_you_email  
.                                      Obit for Kingston Alexander Rippey, see
image below.
.                                2.   familytreemaker.genealogy.com, info by Kenneth William Lawrence.
.                                3.   http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/fltimes/obituary.aspx?n=king-a-rippey&pid=171264546&fhid=10759
.                                      STANLEY- King A. Rippey, 83, of Old Mill Road, died Saturday, (June 7, 2014) in Canandaigua, NY.  Friends
.                                      may call Wednesday (June 11) from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Kenneth J. Perkins Funeral Home in Gorham. A Fune-
.                                      ral Service will follow at 2 p.m. The Rev. Kate Benton of the Gorham United Methodist Church will officiate.
.                                      Burial will be in Sand Hill Cemetery.  Memorial contributions, in lieu of flowers, may be made to the United
.                                      Methodist Church, P.O. Box 225, Gorham, NY 14461; or the Stanley-Hall-Gorham Ambulance, P.O. Box 41,
.                                      Gorham, NY 14461.  Mr. Rippey was born April 13, 1931 in Geneva, the son of the late King and Elizabeth
.                                      Washburn Rippey. He served with the U.S. Air Force from 1950 thru 1954, during the Korean Conflict. Mr.
.                                      Rippey was employed at Mobil Chemical in Canandaigua for 27 years, retiring in 1992. He was a member of the
.                                      Gorham United Methodist Church.  He is survived by one daughter, Diane Bootes and her husband, David, of
.                                      Potter; two sons, Greg Rippey and his wife, Mary, of Stanley, and Steven Rippey and his wife, Gail, of Middle-
.                                      sex; six grandchildren, Mike (Mandy) Bootes, Mark Bootes, Steven (Kim) Rippey, Angela (Mike) Lincoln, Wesley
.                                      (Katie) Rippey, and Sara (Scott) Cassidy; nine great-grandchildren, Caleb and Chloe Bootes, Alexis, Ashlyn, Aiden
.                                      and Corbin Rippey, Benjamin and Benton Lincoln, and Josh Rice; his brother, Alan (Dortha) Nester of Geneva.
.                                      Mr. Rippey was predeceased by his wife, Anita Davie Rippey in 2010, a son, David, in 1971, and a sister, Marg-
.                                      aret "Peg" Achilles in 1994.
.                                4.   From wikipedia:  "Charles M. "Marv" Achilles (September 9, 1936 – February 8, 2013) was considered a leading
.                                      expert on class size and its impact on student achievement.[1] After an extensive career in education administration
.                                      (he had been on faculty at the University of Tennessee, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Eastern
.                                      Michigan University, and Seton Hall University) he died in February 2013.[2][3]"
.                                5.   http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/fltimes/obituary.aspx?n=charles-m-achilles-marv&pid=163093665&fhid=10762
.                                      The Villages, Florida - Charles M. Achilles (aka Marv), age 76, passed away Friday (February 8, 2013) while having
.                                      the time of his life on a Caribbean Cruise.  A celebration of his life will be held during the summer in Geneva, N.Y.
.                                      and at the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration Annual Meeting in August.  Memorial con-
.                                     .tributions may be made to: NCPEA Memorial Fund for Chuck Achilles, c/o Dr. James Berry, 304 Porter Bldg.
.                                      Dept. of Leadership & Counseling, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI 48197,Geneva Public Library, or
.                                      Charles M. Achilles Scholarship in Educational Leadership at Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan.
.                                      Chuck was born in Geneva, N.Y. on September 9, 1936, the son of William E. and Tena Ann Achilles. He graduated
.                                      from Geneva High School in 1953. He served in the United States Army from 1955-1957 where he spent 14 months
.                                      as the local director of the American Youth Activities in Germany. This experience had a great influence upon his
.                                      decision to devote his life to the field of education. After returning to Geneva in 1957, he went on to earn AB, MA,
.                                      EdS and EdD degrees from the University of Rochester.  During his academic career he taught at Hebron Academy
.                                      in Maine, University of California Berkley, University of Tennessee Knoxville, Nova Southeastern University Ft.
.                                      Lauderdale, Fla., University of North Carolina Greensboro, Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti, Mich., and
.                                      Seton Hall University South Orange, N.J. He enjoyed a long and distinguished career in the field of education where
.                                      he made exceptional contributions at all levels. He was well published with over 1000 papers and 17 books on
.                                      various aspects of education. He was one of four principal investigators of the prestigious Tennessee STAR
.                                      (Student-Teacher Achievement Ratio) Experiment a small class-size study. Chuck was a member and officer of
.                                      numerous educational societies, including NCPEA, MSERA, AERA, and AASA. In the foremost professional
.                                      organization in his field, NCPEA, he served as its President in1997 and was awarded the prestigious NCPEA Living
                                   Legend Award in 2001. Before his recent move to Florida, he was an advisor to the Ed and Gerry Cuony Scholar-
.                                      ship, served on the board of Head Start, and was a member of the Geneva Country Club and The Presbyterian
.                                      Church in Geneva.  Chuck loved wine. His appreciation began in the mid 1960's while living in California near the
.                                      developing Napa Valley wine industry. He enjoyed sharing his expertise on wine with friends and taught wine
.                                      appreciation while at the University of Tennessee. He was a founding member of the Tennessee Wine Society and
.                                      was knighted into the "La Croix de Bourgogne" in France. Recently, he had begun writing a book about growing up
.                                      in Geneva called "Memories of a Part-Time Roustabout" (aka "Working at Warder Tents"). Among his many other
.                                      interests were reading, playing bridge, shuffleboard, bocce, and enjoying his recent retirement in The Villages in
.                                      Florida.  Chuck is survived by his wife Karen; his daughter, Christina Ann Achilles of Knoxville, Tenn.; his sister-
.                                      in-law, Margene Achilles; nephews, William Achilles (Michiko), Peter Achilles (Mary), Stephen (Donna), David
.                                      Achilles (Rebecca); and niece, Gretchen Achilles, several great-nieces, great-nephews, cousins, and grandchildren.
.                                      He was pre-deceased by his first wife, Margaret Nester Achilles; brother, William Achilles; and nephew, Thomas
.                                      Achilles....
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.  Charles M. "Marv" Achilles
.      Picture from wikipedia