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writing and broadcasting about opera and was archivist for Lon - Mark A. Zambrano Mass for Mark A. Zambrano, an award-winning award-winning award-winning reporter for The Tribune, will be said at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Cristo Rey Catholic Church, El Paso, Tex. Mr. Zambrano, Zambrano, 27, died Saturday in Illinois Masonic Hospital. He covered a variety of stories for the paper after joining the metropolitan staff in 1984, and his work was part of several special news projects that received awards. Most recently, Mr. Zambrano wrote about the juvenile juvenile justice system in Chicago and was a co-winner co-winner co-winner of a : 1987 Jacob Scher Award for investigative investigative journalism in Chicago. His work on a series about immigrant children and bilingual education won first place for investigative reporting reporting in the 1987 Education Writers Association national competition. competition. Survivors include his father, Xavier, his stepmother, Herlinda; three brothers, Jose, Cesar and Oswaldo; and two sisters, sisters, Lisa and Yvonne. Rose Mary Devine Services for Rose Mary Devine, 83, a retired Chicago school He is survived by his wife, Phyllis,' and their son and daughter. ; teacher, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in the chapel at 168th"! Street and Dixie Highway, Hazel '' Crest. Miss Devine, of Bndgeview," died Friday in Little Company of, Mary Hospital, Evergreen Park.' She was a former resident of Oak. Lawn and was employed 35 years" by the Chicago Board of Educa- Educa- tion, spending most of her teach-; teach-; teach-; ing career at Gresham Elementary School, 8510 S. Green St. Miss. Devine is survived by two sisters.. s Raymond G. Robson Jr. '".. m Services for Raymond G. Rob-' Rob-' Rob-' son Jr., 68, a roofer, will be held; Monday at noon at the chapel atr 12534 S. Harlem Ave., Palos; Heights. Mr. Robson died ThursA day in Palos Community Hospital,! in the suburb. He was a roofer and member of Local 11 Roofers'; Union for 49 years. He served as vice president of the union for six' years and business agent for 10; years. He is survived by his wife Ida; two sons, William and Rich-, Rich-, Rich-, ard; a daughter, Linda Bailey; nine, grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-grandchildren; three brothers and a sis-, sis-, sis-, ter.