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wsburg, NY<BR>
widow of founder Arthur Norden of Seaboard &amp; Western Airlines<BR>
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ANNA NORDEN</B><BR>
<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY><I>CALLICOON Anna Norden of Callicoon and Surfside, FL, a retir
ed business woman and an educator, having taught at Narrowsburg Central School a
nd Sullivan County Community College, died Wednesday, February 9, 2000, in Calli
coon. She was 81.</I><BR>
<I>Daughter of the late William and Anna Coyle Quirk, she was born October 27, 1
918, in Milford, CT. She was the widow of Arthur Norden.</I><BR>
<I>She received her bachelors and masters degrees from New York University. During
World War II she served with the American Red Cross in India. She then became a
stewardess for Pan American Airlines on one of the first transatlantic flights.
She and her husband co-founded Seaboard &amp; Western Airlines in New York City
.</I><BR>
<I>Survivors include four daughters, Mary Congelosi of Monticello, Anna Dolan of
Orange, CT, Helen Mullally of Jeffersonville and Margaret Gadzak of Westfield,
NJ; three sons, Arthur and Thomas, both of Callicoon, and Andrew of Manlius; a s
ister, Helen Golden of Clearwater, FL; three brothers, William Quirk of Rumson,
NJ, John Quirk of Kenoza Lake, and Raymond Quirk of Orangburg; 12 grandchildren;
two great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.</I><BR>
<I>She was predeceased by a son, William, and a sister, Mary Cook.</I><BR>
<I>A Mass of Christian Burial was offered at St. Georges Church in Jeffersonville
. The Rev. Robert Nee officiated. Burial was in the Bauernfeind Cemetery in the
Beechwoods, Callicoon.</I><BR>
<I>Memorial contributions may be made to St. Georges Church, Jeffersonville, NY 1
2748.<BR>
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<P ALIGN=CENTER>February 11, 2000<B>Anna T. Norden<BR>
<P ALIGN=JUSTIFY>Ret. Educator, 81</B>Anna T. Norden of Callicoon and Surfside,
Fla., a retired businesswoman and an educator, died Wednesday, February 9, 2000,
in Callicoon. She was 81 years of age.<BR>
The daughter of the late William and Anna Coyle Quirk, she was born October 27,
1918, in Milford, Conn. She was the widow of Arthur Norden.<BR>
A graduate of Becker College in Worcester, Mass., she received her Bachelor's de
gree and Master's degree from New York University. During World War II, Mrs. Nor
den served with the American Red Cross in India. She then became a stewardess fo
r Pan American Airlines on one of the first transatlantic flights. She and her h
usband co-founded Seaboard &amp; Western Airlines in New York City. Mrs. Norden
then became a theatrical manager for her children. She was a teacher at Miami-Da
de Junior College, Sullivan County Community College and Narrowsburg Central Sch
ool.<BR>
She is survived by four daughters, Mary Congelosi of Monticello, Anna Dolan of O
range, Conn., Helen Mullally of Jeffersonville and Margaret Gadzak of Westfield,
N.J.; three sons, Arthur Norden and Thomas Norden, both of Callicoon, and Andre
w Norden of Manlius; a sister, Helen Golden of Clearwater, Fla.; three brothers,
William Quirk of Rumson, N.J., John Quirk of Kenoza Lake, and Raymond Quirk of
Orangburg; 12 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nep
hews. She was predeceased by a son, William Norden, and a sister, Mary Cook.<BR>
Friends may call at the Stewart-Murphy Funeral Home in Jeffersonville on Friday
from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.<BR>
A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. George's C
hurch, Jeffersonville, with Father Robert Nee officiating.<BR>
Burial will be made in the Bauernfeind Cemetery in the Beechwoods, Callicoon.<BR
>
Memorial contributions may be made to St. George's Church, Jeffersonville, N.Y.
12748.<BR>
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<B></I>Sullivan County Democrat Feb. 11, 2000</B><I><BR>
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