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Clarence Willoughby Rosehart of Falmouth, Maine, a retired journeyman carpenter, died last Tuesday in Sedgewood Commons Nursing Facility, Falmouth, after a brief illness. He was 95.

Born in East Aurora, he was a lifelong resident of the village until moving to Maine in 2001. After his retirement in 1972, he spent most of his winters in Seminole, Fla.

A journeyman carpenter, he worked mostly for Siegfried Construction Co. of Buffalo.

During World War II, he worked at Curtiss-Wright Corp., designing and building special trailers to transport aircraft parts.

Known for his handyman skills, he built four homes for his family over the years, one of which was featured in The Buffalo News in 1967. He was a member of Exempt Fire Fighters of East Aurora and AARP.

Mr. Rosehart had been an active member of Baker Memorial Methodist Church since 1917, helping his father to build the 1927 addition to the church building. I

He was the widower of Ruth Snyder Rosehart.

Survivors include a son, George of Palm Harbor, Fla.; a daughter, Joan Ditson of Kennebunk, Maine; a sister, Metta Hart of East Aurora; a brother, Harold of Largo, Fla.; three grandchil-
dren; and a great-granddaughter.

He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, East Aurora.


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