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Frank J. "Bucky" Anderson
MORRISVILLE - Frank J. "Bucky" Anderson, 66, of Williams Corners Rd., passed away Monday, October 22, at home.
Born February 19, in Nicholson, PA, he was a son of Frank W. and Bernice Alden Anderson, and attended local schools. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army serving from with the Corps. of Engineers. On October 25, , Frank was united in marriage to the former Bertha M. Soule in Hamilton, NY. He had worked with his father as a heavy equipment operator, and was also employed by the Village of Morrisville, and Abbott's Big M.
He is survived by his wife, Bertha Anderson; his mother, Bernice Anderson of Morrisville; four daughters and a son-in-law, Jackie Wilcox and Alice Anderson, both of Morrisville, Ernestine Anderson of Hamilton, Patti and Daniel Garrow of Stockbridge; five sons and daughters-in-law, George and Lynda Anderson, Daniel and Tracy Anderson, Arthur W. and Denise Anderson all of Morrisville, Frank and Cathy Anderson of Rome, William and Veronica Anderson of McConnellsville; four sisters and brothers-in-law, Beverly and Lyencko Urbanzic of Australia, Delores and Les Potter of Jamesville, Audrey and Russell Howard of Morrisville and Connie and Frankie Trontoski of Michigan; three brothers and a sister-in-law, Wesley and Betty Cannonberg of Concord, NC, George and John Anderson, both of Morrisville; 20 grandchildren; 1 great granddaughter; and many nieces and nephews, friends and acquaintances. He was predeceased by an infant son, Arthur J. Anderson; his father, Frank W. Anderson; a granddaughter, April Marie Anderson; and a grandson, Joshua Anderson.
The Funeral service with military honors was held on Thursday, October 25, , from the Barker-Burgess Funeral Home, Cedar St., Morrisville. Interment was in the Morrisville Cemetery. 

Richard F. (Dick) Ford
BOUCKVILLE - Richard F. (Dick) Ford, 73, of Bouckville, passed away Tuesday, October 23, at Crouse Hospital, Syracuse.
He was born October 18, , in Sangerfield, the son of the late Charles John and Kathryn Creedon Ford and was a graduate of Waterville Central School. On April 19, , in St. Bernard's Church, Waterville, he married Anne Brady. Mr. Ford was a life-long self-employed Dairy Farmer in Paris Hill and Bouckville. He was a member of St. Mary's Church, Hamilton, and the Waterville-Deansboro Lions Club.
Mr. Ford was a hard worker and enjoyed working outdoors, bowling, and dancing.
He is survived by his wife Anne; five children and their spouses, Cindi and Doug Bush of Hamilton, Richard and Karla Ford of Dallas, GA, Patti Ford and Terry McConnell of Pompey, Don and Sherry Ford of Clinton, and Terry and Jill Ford of Bouckville; three sisters and two brothers-in-law, Betty Barnes of North Brookfield, Eileen and Jack Shephard of Clinton, and Ann and Dan Moriarty of Oriskany; three brothers and two sisters-in-law, Robert and Barbara Ford of Clinton, Vincent Ford of Fort Lauderdale, FL, and James and Janice Ford of Paris Hill; nine beloved grandchildren, Rick (Darlene) Bush, Amy Dennis, Scott Bush, DeAnna Ford, Marshall Ford, Erin McConnell, Kyle Ford, Trevor Ford, and Sara Ford; two great-grandchildren, Coral Dennis and Josey Kearns; and may nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by one grandson, Jason Slocum.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Friday, October 26, , at St. Bernard's Church, Waterville. Internment was in St. Bernard's Cemetery.
Arrangements were by the Kloster-Northrop & Bentz Funeral Home, E. Main Street, Waterville, NY,
The family wishes to extend a special thank-you to everyone that assisted in his care and for their many acts of kindness.
Donations may be made to the American Heart Association or the Madison Volunteer Ambulance Corps. 

Joyce Marie Rowe
SHERBURNE - Joyce Marie Rowe, 59, of State Highway 12, passed away Tuesday, October 23, , at her home. She was born in Oneonta on November 7, a daughter of George and Ruth Lisk Gersch. A life long area resident she was a graduate of Sherburne High School. On May 7, in Sherburne she was united in marriage to Albert L. Rowe. Mr. Rowe passed away in
Joyce was employed by Chenango Memorial Hospital for over 29 years until her retirement due to illness. She was a member of the Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Norwich, NY.
Surviving are her mother Ruth Gersch of Earlville; a daughter and son-in-law, Tammy and James Sullivan of Sherburne; a brother, George Gersch, Jr. of Fayetteville, NC; two granddaughters, Cassandra and Shayla Sullivan of Sherburne; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Clarence and Helen Rowe of Sherburne, Paul and Betty Downing of South Otselic, John and Jan Rowe and Helen and Robert White all of Norwich, and Doug Gibbs of Rome; and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her father George Gersch and a sister-in-law Olive Gibbs.
A memorial service was held on Friday, October 26, from the Burgess Funeral Home, 10 S. Main St., Sherburne. Interment will be in Riverview Cemetery, Oxford, at the convenience of the family.
Contributions in Joyce's memory may be made to Hospice of Chenango County, 21 Hayes St., Norwich, NY  

Dr. Yngvar W. Isachsen
DELMAR - Dr. Yngvar W. Isachsen, of Delmar, NY, passed away peacefully, surrounded by loving family on Wednesday morning, October 24, , at St. Peter's Hospital, Albany, NY. He was born in Oslo, Norway in and emigrated to America in , where he grew up in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. After graduating from Hastings-on-Hudson High School, he attended Syracuse University and obtained a BSc in He then became a "one-man" science department at Earlville Central School in central NY where he met and married Anastasia Keefe, the school nurse.
In , he enlisted in the infantry and was wounded in Germany, honorably discharged, and used the GI Bill to obtain a Master's Degree in Geology at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. After two years as an Instructor at Lafayette College, he enrolled in a PhD program. He completed his degree in two years and became District Geologist for the Uranium Exploration Division of the US Atomic Energy Commission, headquartered in Grand Junction, CO. After four years in that position, Yngvar became Associate Professor at SUNY College at Plattsburgh where he created the Geology Department. 
After a year at Plattsburgh, he joined the NYS Geological Survey in Albany, NY where he was an active Research Geologist for 43 years until his retirement at the age of 81 in October of this year. A long distinguished career with the Survey included many accomplishments including over scientific publications. Most notable of these were the first State Geologic Map since and the two most popular publications of the State Museum: "Geology of New York; a Simplified Account" and "New York State Geologic Highway Map." He also presented more than invited lectures and talks to professional societies, teachers and popular programs for lay persons, and was an adjunct Professor at SUNY-Albany and RPI for 25 years. His most recent endeavors included the discovery and documentation of a buried meteorite impact crater beneath Panther Mt. in the Catskill Mountains and a proposed New Millennium Rock Park adjacent to the State Museum aimed at informal earth science education.
His awards included the Photographic Interpretation Award from the American Association of Photogrammetry (), the "Outstanding Geoscience Educator Award" of the National Association of Geology Teachers, the John Mason Clarke Distinguished Service Award of the NYS Museum, and a citation from the NYS Board of Regents.
Yngvar is survived by his beloved wife, Anastasia Keefe Isachsen and two sons, Eric J. Isachsen and Kristina of Brant Lake, NY and Clark E. Isachsen and Jill of Tucson, AZ; one brother, Nils O. Isachsen and Mary Alice of Troy, NY; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren, and several cousins. He was predeceased by two sons, Paul N. Isachsen of Fairbanks, AK and Craig A. Isachsen of Delmar, NY. He is also survived by sisters-in-law Colleen K. North, Syracuse; Dorothy K. Lawrence, Sherburne; and Joan A. Keefe, Lebanon, NY; and daughter-in-law Annette Isachsen of Wasilla, AK.
A Memorial Service was held on Saturday, October 27, , at St. John-St. Ann's Church, Franklin Street, Albany and was followed by a gathering of friends and family at the NYS Museum, South Hall.
Those who wish may send contributions in his memory to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Association, 6 Automation Lane, Albany, NY

Irving A. Clark
BOUCKVILLE - Irving A. Clark, 83, of Peck Rd., passed away Wednesday, October 31, at his home.
Born February 12, in Chenango Forks, NY, he was a son of James and Elmira Stevens Clark. He served in the U.S. Navy during WWII. He married the former Alice White, who predeceased him on February 5, On June 14, , Irv married the former Arlene Kemp in Earlville, NY. He had lived in Norwich, NY for over 30 years, moving to Bouckville in Irv had worked for Simmons Precision (formerly GLA) for 25 years, retiring in He was a member of the VFW Post # of Norwich. His favorite past time was fishing.
Surviving are his wife, Arlene Clark; a son and daughter-in-law, Allen and Laura Clark of Jermyn, PA; a daughter and son-in-law, Jean and Philip May of Norwich, NY; his sisters, Barbara Chase of Utica, NY and Carlene Wheeler of Franklinville, NY, and Iva Barker of Richmond, VA; brothers, Donald Clark of Deansboro, NY and Parker Collins of Northford, CT; and 7 grandchildren, several great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.
A memorial service was held on Saturday, November 3, , from the Burgess Funeral Home, 25 Broad St., Hamilton, NY. Burial with full military honors will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Norwich, NY. 

Joyce A. McGregor
SMYRNA - Joyce A.. McGregor, 82, of East Main St., passed away Thursday, November 1, , at Community Memorial Hospital, Hamilton, NY.
Born May 3, in Oneida, NY, she was a daughter of R. Hartley and Erma Dennison Spaulding. She was a graduate of Lake Placid High School, and attended Syracuse University. On May 30, , Joyce was united in marriage to Donald C. "Red" McGregor in Sherrill, NY. She was a teachers' aide in the Smyrna Elementary School for several years, and was also a childcare provider for many of the local children. She was well known as "Grandma" to many in the area.
Mrs. McGregor was one of the first women members of the Smyrna Fire Department, and was currently an honorary member. She was also a member of the Smyrna Emergency Squad, and had been a Girl Scout leader for many years.
Surviving are her husband, Donald C. "Red" McGregor; eight children and their spouses, Donna Jean and Wayne Harrington of Smyrna, Mary A. Austin of Phoenix, AZ; Roberta (Birdie) and Nelson S. Fox of Sherburne; Audrey and Terry Bennett of Smyrna; Gail and Kevin Gillette of Cortland; Janie McGregor and Gary Musser of Phoenix, AZ; Howard (Buzz) McGregor of Savannah, GA; and Ralph McGregor of Palm City, FL; a sister and brother-in-law, W. Jean and Fran Carroll of Wallingford, CT; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Calvin and Gina Spaulding of Amherst, MA; Otto and Myra Spaulding of Beacon, NY; 25 grandchildren; 25 great grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by two brothers, Ralph E. and Merton (Bud) Spaulding.
Funeral services were held Monday, November 5, from the Burgess Funeral Home, 10 South Main St. Sherburne, NY, followed by burial in the Poolville Cemetery.
Contributions may be made in her memory to the Smyrna Fire Department or the Smyrna Emergency Squad.

Donald W. Palmer
SHERBURNE - Donald Palmer, our brother, our son, and our friend, of Roxobel, NC went unexpectedly to be with the Lord on October 29, and will be missed by all, but now will be allowed to live again with his family and friends in Heaven.
Donald was the son of Anna and the late Wayne Palmer. We was born December 28, in Norwich, NY.
After graduating from Sherburne-Earlville Central School in He served in the US Airforce from graduating as a security policeman.
Traveling throughout his life, he made friends wherever he went, his heart returning him to Sherburne from time to time.
He loved hunting, fishing, gardening, as well as spending time with family. He had a great compassion for animals.
He is survived by his wife Barbara Wilder Palmer of Roxobel, NC; his sisters, Annette Mathews of Scotland Neck, NC, Arlene and her husband Gordon Symonds of Sherburne; brothers Roland and wife Lorraine Palmer of Sherburne; and his mother, Anna Palmer of Sherburne; and several nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held on Thursday, November 1, at the Massey Funeral Home in Aulander, NC. There was also a service at the Wm. W. Kehoe Funeral Home in Sherburne on Saturday, November 3,
Committal service and final resting place will be in the Willcox Cemetery in Smyrna, NY.

Michael Charles Todd
SUMMERVILLE, SC - Michael Charles Todd, 38, of Summerville, SC, passed away on October 27, Mr. Todd was the son of the late Col. Robert E. Todd and Mary Davis Todd. He graduated from Summerville High School and attended the College of Charleston. He was a US Army Veteran and was a member of the Disabled American Veterans.
Michael is survived by his mother, Mary Davis Todd; his brother, Robert E. Todd Jr. of Summerville; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Mary Helen and Joe Marcille of Kansas City, MO and Julie and John Dailey and their son, John Davis, of Summerville. He is also survived by his uncle and aunt, Clayton T. And Lenore Davis of Morrisville, NY.
Services were private.
Arrangements are by the Barker-Burgess Funeral Home, Cedar St., Morrisville, NY.

Martin E. Williams
MALONE, NY - Martin E. Williams, 86, passed away at the Alice Hyde Hospital in Malone, NY on November 5,
Martin was the father of three children (two deceased and one living). He lived in the Norwich area from , then he moved to Ellenburg, NY where he lived with his son, Lewis Martin Williams, and daughter-in-law, Faith Williams.
He married Mary Elizabeth Lattrimer on September 6, in Grace Episcopal Church in Waveryly, NY. Mary died in June of He was employed by the US Steel Company in Elmira, NY for 10 to 12 years when he received on-the-job injuries and he had to retire from work. He was a Veteran of WWII with the U.S. Army, to , and was a member of the Military Police and MI Rifleman. While in the service, he received the Silver Star for bravery and he served in Ardennes, Central Europe, Northern France, and Rhineland. He also received the Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, and WWII Victory Medal.
When he returned home in December of , he bought a farm in Barton, NY, where he resided for several years. He was predeceased by two brothers and one sister.
Funeral Services were held on Saturday, November 10, at the William W. Kehoe Funeral Home, Route 12, Sherburne, NY. Burial was in the North Norwich Cemetery. 

Mabel P. Smith
EATON - Mrs. Mabel P. Smith, 86, formerly of Morton Rd., passed away Tuesday, November 6, at the Crouse Community Center, Morrisville, NY.
Born December 7, in Fall Brook, PA, she was a daughter of Sigfried and Elizabeth Wood Pearson. She was a graduate of Blossburg High School, in Blossburg, PA and Mansfield Teachers College, Mansfield, PA. On July 13, , Mabel was united in marriage to Warren A. Smith in Blossburg, PA. He predeceased her on June 28, Mrs. Smith was a home economics teacher, beginning her career in the Georgetown Central School system in She taught at the Morrisville-Eaton Central School for 18 years, returning to Georgetown for 2 years prior to her retirement. Mabel was a member of the New York State Retired Teachers Association, the Morrisville Women's Garden Club, and a life member of the Madison County Historical Society.
Surviving are a daughter, Deborah Zorach of Brunswick, ME; a son, Timothy Smith of Eaton, NY; a granddaughter, Rebecca Zorach of Chicago, IL; and two nieces and a nephew.
Services will be private at the convenience of the family with burial in the Eaton Village Cemetery.
Contributions in her memory may be made to the Eaton Village Cemetery, PO Box , Eaton, NY ; or to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Barker-Burgess Funeral Home, Cedar St., Morrisville, NY. 

Rose C. Humphrey
SHERBURNE - Rose C. Humphrey, 94, formerly of Summit St., passed away Tuesday, November 6, at the NYS Veterans Home, Oxford, NY.
Services will be announced at a later date. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Burgess Funeral Home, 10 South Main St., Sherburne. 

Helen F. Brown
HAMILTON - Helen F. Brown, 88, of East Pleasant St., passed away Saturday, November 10, at Community Memorial Hospital, Hamilton, NY.
Born July 26, in Washington, DC, she was a daughter of Frederick and Mabel Cushing Brown. She was a graduate of Newton Center High School, Newton Center, MA, and the Massachusetts School of Art in Boston. On June 27, , Helen was united in marriage to Bruce M. Brown in Garden City, LI. He predeceased her on December 4, Mrs. Brown was an art teacher at Hamilton Central School for many years. She had previously been the director of the Hamilton Cooperative Nursery School, and taught at BOCES.
Mrs. Brown was a member of the Hamilton Garden Club, the Fort Nightly Club of Hamilton and the Chenango Bird Club at Rogers Environmental Education Center, Sherburne. She was a board member of the Madison Lane Apartments in Hamilton, and had also conducted exercise programs there.
Surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, Duncan and Nancy Brown of Walworth, NY; two daughters and sons-in-law, Deborah and Roy Moon of Norwich, NY; Laurie and Christopher Condit of Leverett, MA; a sister, Gladys Brown of North Hampton, MA; four grandchildren, Peter Brown of Waterloo, NY; Elizabeth and Jeb Albro of Seneca Falls, NY; Ian Brown and Cailey Condit, both of Leverett, MA.
Memorial services will be held at a later date.
Contributions in her memory may be made to the Hamilton Public Library, Hamilton, NY
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Burgess Funeral Home, 25 Broad St., Hamilton, NY. 

Arthur "Art" Maine
HAMILTON - Arthur "Art" Maine, 78, of Bishop Rd., passed away unexpectedly Saturday, November 10, , at his home.
Born May 29, in the Town of Madison, he was a son of Carlton A. and Agnes Kelley Maine, and received his education in local schools. Art was a lifelong area resident and a self employed dairy farmer until his retirement. He was an avid hunter, and a past member of the Madison Rod and Gun Club.
Surviving are four sisters and three brothers-in-law, Delores and Robert Spooner, and Marilyn Keith, all of Waterville, NY, Frances and Tony Kwiatkowski of Hamilton, Patricia and Russell Rogers of Hubbardsville, NY; a brother and sister-in-law, Charles (Hoke) and Beverly Maine of Glens Falls, NY; several nieces and nephews, including Michael and Karol Maine of Hamilton. He was predeceased by a sister, Berniece Bikowsky; and a brother, Carlton Maine, Jr.
Services will be private at the convenience of the family with burial in the Madison Village Cemetery, Madison, NY.
Contributions may be made in his memory to the Madison Fire Department, Madison, NY
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Burgess Funeral Home, 25 Broad St., Hamilton, NY. 

Adelaide DeGroat Sears
DELMAR, NY/HAMILTON - Adelaide DeGroat Sears, formally of Delmar, NY died peacefully in her sleep November 4th, at age 96, at Luther Woods Convalescent Home after living at the Doylestown Pine Run Community for six years.
She was born October 21, to Dr. Harry Dewitt DeGroat and Helen Goodrich DeGroat. She was predeceased by her husband Wendell M. Sears who died at age He was brought up in Hamilton and attended Cortland. The Sears family lived in Hamilton for many years and the family operated a number of farms in the area.
Mrs. Sears graduated from Smith College, taught English in Riverhead, Long Island and remedial reading at Philip Livingston, Albany, NY. She and her husband were longstanding members of the Albany, NY First Presbyterian Church. She gave of her time, compassion and resources to those in need. She was beloved by all who knew her and she will be sorely missed.
Other survivors include her sister Helen Bader, and brother Dewitt DeGroat; her children Janice Spencer, Constance Schlothauer, and Wendell I. Sears; six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and a very special student, Charles Koran.
Two Memorial Services are being planned, the first at the Fluehr Funeral Home in New Britian, PA, on December 8th, at PM, and the second in late May at the Owego, NY Evergreen Cemetery. Contributions in her memory may be made to your local Hospice. Anyone wishing further details please Email [email protected]

Muriel Geiskopf Evans
BOONVILLE - Muriel Geiskopf Evans, 98, formerly of Charles Street, passed away on Wednesday, August 15, , at Sunset Nursing Home in Boonville, where she had been a resident since
Muriel was born in the Town of Leyden on December 2, , a daughter of Augustus and Anna Hoffman Geiskopf. She grew up in Boonville where she graduated from high school, and then was employed as an office assistant at Union Loom Works of Boonville. In she began her employment at John A. Roberts Dept. Store Credit Union of Utica. In she joined the NY State Potato Association, and moved to Georgetown, NY.
From until her retirement in , Mrs. Evans was employed as a secretary at the Georgetown School. For a time she lived in Florida before returning to Boonville in the late s to live with her sisters, Loretta and Isabelle Geiskopf.
Muriel was united in marriage with Harold J. Evans on July 4, , at St. Joseph's Church of Boonville. Mr. Evans died in
She was a member of St. Joseph's Church of Boonville and the Altar and Rosary Society.
Mrs. Evans is survived by one nephew, Robert Geiskopf, Boonville; and a stepson, The Reverend Norman B. Evans, Georgetown, NY. She was predeceased by a brother, Harold in , and by three sisters, Loretta Geiskopf in , Isabelle Geiskopf in , and by Sister Mary Isidore (Eunice Geiskopf) of Sisters of St. Joseph's of Latham, NY on December 6,
Her Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Monday, August 20, at St. Joseph's Church with interment in St. Joseph's Cemetery, both in Boonville.
Arrangements were by the Trainor Funeral Home, Inc., Schuyler Street, Boonville.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. Joseph's Church Memorial Fund. 

John W. Dalrymple
John W. Dalrymple, 73, of RD #1, Pratts Road, Munnsville, died Monday, November 12, at Community Memorial Hospital, Hamilton, following a motor vehicle accident south of Hamilton.
He was born June 24, in Milford, the son of Samuel L. and Edna Kelsey Dalrymple. John had spent his early years in Columbus, NY, living in Oneonta and South Edmeston before moving to Pratts Hollow 42 years ago. He had worked at the Smith-Lee Company Inc. in Oneida for 30 years, retiring in John was a Korean War veteran, serving overseas with the US Navy. He was a member of the Munnsville American Legion Post # John enjoyed hunting and fishing and his hobby farm.
He married June M. Fairchild on October 20, in Columbus, NY.
Surviving besides his wife are two sons, Kevin T. Dalrymple and Thomas O. Dalrymple, both of Pratts Hollow; two brothers and a sister-in-law, Samuel and Betty Dalrymple of Williamston, SC and Fred Dalrymple of Neillsville, WI; two sisters, Lucille Emerich of Clockville and Virginia McKinney of Marshfield, WI; two grandchildren, John Wayne Dalrymple and Kayla Marie Dalrymple; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. John was predeceased by two sisters, Barbara Cast and June DeForest.
Funeral services were held Friday, November 16, at the Ball Funeral Home, Munnsville with the Rev. Mary Morris of the Stockbridge United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in the Lenox Rural Cemetery, Canastota. Contributions in his memory may be made to the charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ball Funeral Home, North Main Street, Munnsville.

Pauline C. (Toro) Santa Maria
EARLVILLE - Pauline C. (Toro) Santa Maria, 81 years, formerly of South Hamilton Rd., passed away on Saturday, November 17, , at Community Memorial Hospital Skilled Nursing Facility, Hamilton, NY.
Born March 9, in Roselle Park, NJ, she was a daughter of Joseph and Stefana (Stella) Pantina Toro, and was a graduate of Roselle Park High School. On November 21, , Pauline was united in marriage to Vincent Santa Maria at the Church of the Assumption in Roselle Park. They lived in Edison, NJ for 20 years prior to moving to the Earlville/Sherburne area in Following retirement, they spent their winters in the Vero Beach, FL area for many years. During WWII, Pauline had worked as a welder at the GM Plant in Linden, NJ, manufacturing airplane parts. For most of her life she was a homemaker, and a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Pauline was a communicant of St. Mary's Church of Hamilton. She was a former communicant of St. Malachy's Church, Sherburne, and a member of the Altar & Rosary Society.
Surviving are her husband, Vincent Santa Maria; four daughters and sons-in-law, Stephanie A. and Fred Tompkins of Earlville, Paula C. and Russell Meseroll of Camillus, Elena T. and David Casscels, of Sherburne, and Celia P. and David Palmiter, of Sherburne; six grandchildren and a granddaughter-in-law, F. Vincent and Cara Carson Tompkins of Sherburne, Benjamin S. Palmiter, Jesse J. Palmiter and Jansen D. Casscles, all of Sherburne, Rebecca A. and Ross P. Meseroll, both of Camillus; a great grandson, Spencer M. Tompkins of Sherburne; a sister, Gandolfa Mary Cammarata of Roselle Park, NJ; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by two brothers, Gandolfo and Raphael Toro.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Wednesday, November 21, from St. Mary's Church, Hamilton, followed by burial in St. Malachy's Cemetery, Sherburne, NY.
Contributions may be made in her memory to the Sherburne Fire Department, Sherburne, NY
Arrangements are by the Burgess Funeral Home, 10 South Main St., Sherburne. 

Dennis T. Murphy
SMYRNA - Dennis T. Murphy, 48, of Smyrna, NY died of a fatal auto accident in the Town of Smyrna on November 16,
Dennis was born in New York City on June 30, a son of Tomas and Adele-Sheehan Murphy. He spent most of his life on the East Side of New York.
He served in the U.S. Army for a short period of time. He was a very good mechanic all of his life.
Dennis married Yvonne Campagnio on November 15, He and his wife moved to Upstate New York to Smyrna, NY where he was employed by Kenyon Press and later to Webb and Sons where he worked until the time of his death.
Dennis showed much kindness to his fellow man and was always helping people out. God Rest His Soul.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held on Monday, November 19, at St. Malachy's Church with the Rev. Father Francis Cass officiating. Burial will be in St. Malachy's Cemetery.
Arrangements are by the Wm. W. Kehoe Funeral Home, 42 South Main Street, Sherburne, NY  

Elizabeth Jane Hinman
DEANSBORO - Elizabeth Jane Hinman, years of age, passed away peacefully Monday morning, November 19, , at her Deansboro residence.
Born May 9, at her family home, in Ffynnon Rhosgad Fan, North Wales, she was the daughter of Evan and Katherine Roberts. Elizabeth grew up and was educated in North Wales.
In , she decided to set sail for the United States, where she took up residence with her sister, Kate Owens, in Oriskany Falls. Betty, as she became known, became a self-employed domestic employed by many area families: she also assisted on the family farm. On November 3, , Elizabeth and Harold Hinman were united in a marriage that was to last for the next 41 years; he passed away in
Surviving are her daughter, Leona Catlin and one of her sons, Harold Jr., both of Tennessee; also her dear son, Alton, with whom she resided for so many years; and her sister, Gladys Jones, Utica. She was also blessed with three grandsons, Robert Catlin, OH, Ross Catlin, TN, and Brian Catlin, NC; one granddaughter, Virginia Hoad, TX; three great-grandchildren; and one great-great grandchild; two special nieces, Kate and Jennie; and two nephews, in Wales, and one nephew, Bryn, in England; and many other nephews and nieces in this country. Not to be forgotten is one very special niece, Joan McNamara, Deansboro.
Betty's family wishes to extend special thanks to the Visiting Nurse Association, Dr. Roger Moore, dear friends, Julie Milogrando, Jamie Murphy, Cindy Roberts, Sandy Grifin and most special thanks to Charles and Mary Slocum plus so many others too numerous to mention.
Funeral services were conducted on Friday, November 23, , at the James W. Davis, Jr. Funeral Home, Oriskany Falls. Burial will be in Deansboro Cemetery. 

Deacon McCall Prosser
SHERBURNE - Deacon McCall Prosser, infant son of Corey and Lynn Stone Prosser, passed away Tuesday, November 20, , at his home.
Surviving beside his parents are three brothers Dustin, Dylon and Damien; his grandparents Fred Skip and Cathy Stone of Sherburne and Harry and Edith Prosser of Andes; great grandparents Fred and Linda Stone and Richard and Helen Fink all of Norwich; his great great grandmother Evelyn Rounds and many aunts, uncles, great aunts and uncles and cousins. He was predeceased by his grandmother Barbara McCall Prosser.
His funeral services were held on Saturday, November 24, , from the Burgess Funeral Home, 10 South Main St., Sherburne.
Interment will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Norwich. 

Erle J. Sutherland
CLINTON - Erle J. Sutherland, 79, beloved husband and father, passed away Sunday, November 17, He was born in Brookfield on April 4, , a son of Winford and Olive Sutherland. He graduate from Morrisville High School, class of
He served in the United States Navy from to On June 26, , in Hamilton, he was united in marriage to the former Betty Merriman. Mr. Sutherland was employed by Rome State School until his retirement in , and also was a homebuilder.
Surviving are his wife Betty; a son and daughter-in-law Dale and Marianne Sutherland of Virginia Beach; a sister, Ruth Jenne of North Norwich; four brothers, Ceylon Sutherland and John Sutherland of DeRuyter, Scott Sutherland of Norfolk, VA; Jerry Sutherland of Orlando, FL; two brothers-in-law and a sister-in-law, Selly Newman of New Market, VA; and Samuel (Jack) and Winnie Merriman of Waterville; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by a brother David Sutherland.
Services were private at the convenience of the family.
Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, Central New York Region, Lomond Court, Utica, NY
Arrangements by the Burgess Funeral Home, 25 Broad Street, Hamilton, NY. 

Claude Sherwood
SHERBURNE - Claude Sherwood went to live with the Lord on Wednesday, November 21, with his family at his side following a short battle with cancer. He was a loving husband, father, son, grandfather, brother and friend.
Born in Guilford, NY on March 29, to Duane and Josephine (Leach) Sherwood, moving to the Smyrna-Sherburne area in , Claude joined the United States Navy in , serving in WWII as a Seabea. Upon returning home, he married his loving wife of 54 years, Margaret (Smith) Sherwood on August 31,
They have five surviving children, Laura Eaton and husband Steve of Lima, NY; Larry Sherwood and wife Melinda of Earlville, Wayne Sherwood and wife Cindy of Hamilton, Sharon Enslow of Hamilton, and Shelly Solloway and husband Russell of Sherburne. He is also survived by 20 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren, 2 brothers, Leon and Carl of Sherburne, and several nieces and nephews.
In Claude and Margaret began farming in the Sherburne area, moving to South Hamilton in then to Hamilton in , then back to Sherburne in He was a contractor in Hamilton, as well as a floriculturist at Colgate for 17 years. He was an avid gardener, spending many hours in his gardens. He also enjoyed hobby farming with a great love for animals. He was an initiator of the Brookfield Horse Trail System, as well as a member of the Willa Wanna Riding Club, and Del-se-nango Old Tyme Fiddlers.
Funeral services were held Saturday, November 24, from The United Church of Christ, Sherburne. Interment will be in West Hill Cemetery.
Contributions in Mr. Sherwood's memory may be made to The United Church of Christ or Hospice of Chenango County.
Arrangements by the Burgess Funeral Home, 10 South Main Street, Sherburne. 

Robert "Bob" Keyser
MADISON - Robert F. Keyser, 84, of Madison, died after a declining illness, at St. Mary's Care Center in Madison on Saturday, November 3, He was born July 11, in Syracuse, NY, to Beatrice and David Moody Keyser. He graduated from Madison High School and Excelsior College, Utica, NY and later married Adalyn LaGuardia on September 1, in Sharon Springs, NY. Bob and his family moved to Wisconsin in from Sidney, NY. They lived in the Madison area for over 50 years.
He worked in sales until when he started at Gisholt Machine Company as a precision machinist, remaining there until its closing in From there, he went to The United Way where he was the Building and Property Manager for ten years. In he became the Property Manager for The First Unitarian Society of Madison. In he retired and was honored by his many friends at the meeting house.
Bob joined the Democratic Party in , and remained a loyal member. He also belonged to the Madison Steel Workers Union Local and took an active part in its leadership. All his life, Bob enjoyed Bird Dog Field Trialing, bringing home several trophies and awards with his English Setters and English Pointers. He was a member of the Southern Wisconsin Pointing Dog Club for many years, participating as a handler as well as a judge.
Bob was preceded in death by wife Adalyn, his parents, and son-in-law Glen Palenik. He is survived by brother Walter (Eula), Whitesboro, NY; daughters, Judy (Bill) Hable, Bloomer, WI; Mimi (Tom) Nelson, Houlton, WI; son, David of Madison; grandchildren, Amy Scott, Stillwater, MN; Wendy (Steven) Maves, Eau Claire, WI; Rebecca Hable, Philadelphia, PA; Laurie Hable, Egan, MN; Jim (Eileen) Hable, Inver Grove Heights, MN; David Nelson, Baltimore, MD; Eric Nelson, Chicago, IL: great grandchildren, Jackson Scott, Adalyn "Addie" Maves, Amanda Maves, and and expected great grandchild that he was very excited about; nephew, Walter "Charlie" Keyser, and niece, Sharon Keyser. And especially, his many dear friends at Saint Mary's Care Center.
A memorial service, date to be announced after the holidays, will be held to celebrate his life. 


Obituary of Dorothy P. Hamilton

Dorothy P. Hamilton, 91, formerly of 15 Green St. Lakewood, NY went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Easter Sunday, April 8, , in the Heritage Green Rehab and Skilled Nursing Facility. An area resident for most of her life she was born December 6, in Union City, PA a daughter of the late Cyrus G. and Maggie Pearl Kitelinger Proper. In earlier years she was a demonstrator for Home Interior Products and was also an integral part in the ministry of her husband Rev. Wayne J. Hamilton. She was a member of the Lakewood Baptist Church and also led a Ladies Bible Study with her close friends for many years. Surviving are her children Rev. Richard J. (Margaret) Hamilton of Stockton, NY, Rev. Ronald E. (Shirley) Hamilton of Woodbury, MN, Gail J. (Larry) Levenger of Dayton, TN, Janice L. (Cliff) Jones of Lakewood, NY, Cheryl L. (Floyd) Peters of Poplar, WI, Darlene M. (Mike) Nygren of Jamestown, NY, a daughter-in-law, Roseann Hamilton of Keller, TX, 22 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren, 5 great great grandchildren and a sister Phyllis Straite of Corry, PA. Besides her parents she was preceded in death by her husband Rev. Wayne J. Hamilton whom she married November 27, and who died June 9, , a son Robert W. Hamilton who died in , 3 brothers Claude, Vaughn and Marshall Proper and a sister Maebelle Stedman. The funeral will be held at a.m. Thursday in the Lakewood Baptist Church. The Rev. Daniel Cook will officiate. Burial will be in the Fluvanna Cemetery. Friends will be received from & p.m. Wednesday in the Lind Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the Lakewood Baptist Church, Erie St. Lakewood, NY , The Grace Retirement Homes, or to your favorite organization or church in support of missionary work.

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Grahamsville, NY

Charles Hall Hamilton of Grahamsville, NY, a retired manager for the IBM Club in East Fishkill, NY, and a life long area resident, died Sunday, August 14, at the Sullivan County Adult Care Center in Liberty, NY. He was

The son of the late Francis A. and Grace L. Hall Hamilton, he was born May 8, in Grahamsville, NY.

Charles had been an active member of the Reformed Church in New Paltz, NY, where he had served as an Elder and Deacon. He is a former Boy Scout Leader for Troop # in New Paltz and a member of the Order of the Arrow Council. After retiring from IBM, Charles enjoyed working as a carpenter for Grays Woodworks in Grahamsville, NY and also at Mohonk Mountain Lodge, where he rebuilt the Picnic Lodge.

Survivors include his wife, Bernice M. Winchell Hamilton, at home; two daughters, Kathryn G. Hamilton of Walden, NY, and Cindy L. Hamilton-Topazio and her husband Michael of Bristol, RI; one son, Charles "Lee" Hamilton of Ft. Bragg, CA, one sister, Cora M. Greene of Liberty, NY; five grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

Visitation will be Wednesday, August 17, from 4 to 7 PM in the Harris Funeral Home, West Street at Buckley, Liberty, NY.

Funeral services will be Thursday, August 18, at 11 AM in the funeral home. Pastor Robin Sostak will officiate.

Private interment will be in the family plot at the Rural Cemetery, Grahamsville, NY.

Memorial contributions in Charle's name may be made to Boy Scout Troop # C/O Reform Church, New Paltz, NY

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Harris Funeral Home, West St. at Buckley, Liberty, NY or or

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John (Jack) T. Coughlin, 84, of Lake Moraine Rd., Hamilton, formerly of Utica, passed away on July 13, at Faxton-St. Luke&#;s Healthcare Center in New Hartford. Jack was born in Utica, NY on December 1, , the son of John T. and Kathryn (Driscol) Coughlin. He was raised and educated in the Whitesboro school system. Jack proudly served in the United States Navy during WWll. He was married to Jeanette Wojcicki. Jeanette died in On June 3, in Marcy Jack was married to Barbara Donato. Jack was employed with General Electric until his retirement in He was a member of the plumbers and steamfitters Local Union and a former member of the International Assoc. of machinists and aerospace workers. He was also a member of the American Legion and the VFW of Florida. He was a member of St. Mary&#;s Church in Hamilton, NY. Jack was very proud of his Irish Heritage. You could often hear his Irish tunes playing in the background. There was no other ball team to cheer for, but the Boston Red Sox. Jack would often be seen traveling the shores of Lake Moraine on his party barge. Jack is survived by his wife; Barbara, of Hamilton, one daughter, Jamie Coughlin and Billy of Frankfort, NY; one son, John T. Coughlin lll and his wife, Charlene, of Yorkville; one stepson, John Donato and his wife, Frances, of Utica; six grandchildren, and five great grandchildren, a special niece, Karen Lebidnik and her husband, David; and a brother and sister in law, Harold and Annette Moore, of Utica. Jack was predeceased by two sisters, Elizabeth and Helen, and a brother, Andrew. Jack&#;s funeral will be held Tuesday, July 17, at AM from the Heintz Funeral Home, 10 East Park Row, Clinton, and at AM at St. Mary&#;s Church, Hamilton, NY, where his Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated. The Rite of Committal and burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, Hamilton, NY. Calling hours at the funeral home will be held Monday evening, from 4 - 7 PM. Those wishing may donate to the Madison or the Hamilton Fire Departments in Jack&#;s memory. The family extends their thanks and heartfelt appreciation to Drs. Jerry Sloan and Mark Blaker; to the 6th floor nursing staff of Faxton-St.Luke&#;s Healthcare; and to the nurses and staff of the Harding Nursing Home for the care and compassion shown to Jack. Also a special thanks to the Madison and Hamilton Fire Depts., as well as to Rick Garton, and Tom and Kim Kilts their care and many kindnesses to Jack and his family.

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Fred R. Jackson

Fred R. Jackson, age 88, of Rome, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, October 13, , at MVHS-St. Elizabeth’s Campus. Fred was born in Rome, New York on December 23, , to the late John Madison Jackson and the late Esther Jackson (Schanbarger). On May 30, , he was united in marriage to the former Gladys Pelton. He worked as a sales rep for R.J. Reynolds. He proudly served his country in the U.S. Coast Guard.


Terry James DeShaw

Terry James DeShaw, 73, of Blossvale, NY, passed away on October 13th, , at St Luke’s Campus in Utica after a courageous battle with cancer. The oldest of three children, Terry was born in Watertown, NY, to Carlton and Mary (O’Brien) DeShaw. Terry attended Carthage Central School and Canastota Central School District. Terry spent his childhood in Champion, NY, and later moved with his family to Canastota, NY.


Lester C. Morat

Lester Charles Morat, age 92, of Floyd, passed away peacefully after a brief illness, on Wednesday October 14, , at Rome Health. Lester was born in Rome on June 2, , to the late Katherine and Charles Morat and graduated from Holland Patent Central School. On June 9, , he was united in marriage to his life-long best friend, the former Anna Iselo; a blessed union of 59 years until her passing on August 19, He retired after working for 47 years as a New York State and Federal Milk and Dairy Inspector, many of those years with the Holland Patent Farmers Co-Op. Lester starting his career working the family farm in Westernville and at the former GLF (Agway) as a truck driver and then managed the Mathis Creamery & Dairy in South Rome.



Phyllis J. Gordon, 81

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Dennis B. Reader

Dennis B. Reader 67, of Blossvale, NY passed away on October 13, , at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, Utica, NY, after a long battle with health issues. He was born January 25, , in Rome, NY a son of George and Elizabeth Mitchell Reader, Sr., and was a graduate of Franklin Academy, Malone, NY. He then attended Morrisville College and received his degree in Automotive Mechanics.


Robert D. J. Camporeale, Jr.

Robert Douglas-John Camporeale Jr., 52, of Rome, died October 11, He was born October 29, , in Bronx, NY the son of Robert Douglas- John Sr. and Blanche Lesk Camporeale. Rob served in the Army/Army National Guard from to He worked for Central NY DDSO and OMH for 33 years. Rob was a member and treasurer of CSEA and volunteered for Feed the Vets Program.



Frank H. Davis

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Lillian M. ‘Red’ (Jeffries) Allen

Lillian M. “Red” Allen, 59 years, of Rome, passed away on Tuesday October 12, , at The Grand of Rome. She was born on Thursday April 5, in Rome, the daughter of the late Earl Jeffries and Helen Frennette Drake . She was married to the late William Allen.


Beatrice Eberst, 94

Beatrice “Bea” Eberst, 94, of Cazenovia, passed away Monday, Oct. 11, , at home with her family by her side. She was born June 30, , in Orange, N.J., to Stewart and Beatrice Monroe. Bea was a graduate of Bishop Burlingame High School, Mary Mount and Cazenovia Colleges. She was a homemaker, in her younger years was a fashion model in New York City and had been employed at F.A.O. Schwarz. Bea was a communicant of St. James Catholic Church where she had been a member of the choir. She was a volunteer with CazCares, a member of the Church United Women and the League of Women Voters. In her youth, Bea enjoyed hunting with her father, horseback riding through the hills around Drumlins in Syracuse and swimming in Cazenovia Lake. Bea also golfed on the St. James Church Golf League and at the Cazenovia Golf Club, bowling, and enjoyed spending time at her camps with family at the Grasse River Club and at Big Moose Lake.


Jacqueline E. (Chesbro) Kindler

Jacqueline E. Kindler, 87, of Rome, NY passed away on October 10, , after brief non-Covid-related illness. Jackie was born April 7, , in Utica, the only child of the late Clinton and Hattie (Evans) Chesbro. She was raised in Rome, NY, and graduated from Rome Free Academy. Jackie married


Elizabeth A. Mundell

Elizabeth A. Mundell, 41, of Bernhards Bay, NY, passed away Saturday, October 9, , at Oneida Healthcare Center, Oneida, NY from cancer. She was born February 3, , in Apple Valley CA, a stepdaughter of Howard J. Skellington, formerly from Williamstown. Elizabeth was united in marriage to Jeff Mundell on September 20, Elizabeth enjoyed hanging out with family and friends. Always helped her friends and family out. She truly was a great mother, friend and sister. Elizabeth worked at Camden Main Street Cans, McDonalds, Nice N Easy and as a caretaker.


Gerald T. ‘Jerry’ Enos

Gerald T. “Jerry” Enos, 78, of Oriskany, passed away on Saturday, October 9, , at St. Elizabeth’s Healthcare. Born in Oriskany on June 5, , he was a son of the late Frederick and Helen (Castle) Enos. He was a proud graduate of Oriskany High School, Class of , and just recently attended his 60th reunion. On June 6, , he was united in marriage to Jane Ernenwein in St. Mary’s Church in Rome, a blessed union of 57 years.


Sharon A. (Vandenbosch) Mortis

Sharon Ann Mortis, 55, of Lee Center, passed away on Monday, October 4, She was born in Rome, New York, on December 20, , the youngest of three siblings, to John and Dianne Vandenbosch. Sharon worked as the Town of Lee Clerk in Lee Center for 20 years. She loved serving the people of Lee Center and took great joy in visiting with the numerous residents that would come into the Town Hall. She was well regarded by the residents and elected to multiple terms, at times running unopposed.


Vincent P. Gentile

Vincent P. Gentile, age 71, of Lee Center, passed away peacefully with his daughters by his side on October 9, , at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center. Vincent was born in Rome, NY on August 20, , to the late Vincent J. and Marion Peterpaul Gentile. Vincent was a graduate of Rome Catholic High School and held various jobs, including working at his family’s restaurant, “Daddy’s,” and as a computer technician for Bunker Ramo. He loved everything about computers, satellite systems, ham radios, and building and reimagining things to try to make them better.


Ernest R. Stockwell

Ernest R. Stockwell, 98, formerly of Rome, died October 6, , at the Masonic Care Community in Utica, where he had resided since He was born October 16, , in Hartford, Vermont, the son of Cecil and Grace Hazen Stockwell. He graduated from Hartford High School, in White River Jct., Vermont and received his Bachelors and Masters in Secondary Mathematics from the University of Vermont in Burlington.


Paul A. Colangelo

Paul A. Colangelo, 84, of Rome, passed away on Thursday, October 7, , at Rome Memorial Hospital. Paul was born in Rome on August 6, , a son of the late Salvatore and Edith (Feole) Colangelo. Paul was raised and educated in Rome where he graduated from Rome Free Academy.


Catherine E. (Coss) Schieble

Catherine Elizabeth Schieble, age 91, adored wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, passed away peacefully on October 10, , with her family by her side. Kay was born on May 17, , to Alice and Francis Coss in Utica and was a graduate of Oriskany Central School. She was married to the love of her life, Robert Francis Schieble, on May 6, , at Saint Stephen’s Church. They were members of St Mary’s/St Peter’s church. She was an active PTA member, a life-long member of Floyd Fire Women’s Auxiliary and served on the board of elections for the Town of Floyd. Kay and Bob ran a family-owned dairy farm until they retired after which they traveled extensively with close friends and family.


Clarence R. Gallaway

BOONVILLE — Clarence R. Gallaway, 95, of Echo Lake Road, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, October 7, , while under the loving care of his family and Hospice. Clarence was born on September 29, , a son of Clarence and Delma Hutchanson Gallaway. He grew up in Rome, graduating from Rome Free Academy with the Class of While attending a local square dance, Clarence met his lifelong dance partner, Nellie May Williamson; the couple were united in marriage on October 30, , at the First Presbyterian Church of Rome, and have been dancing ever since. For several years the couple resided on Smith Road in Floyd.


John P. Finster

John P. Finster, 93, of Lee Center, ended his journey with us peacefully on October 9, , in the comfort of his home. The last of his siblings to bid farewell, he was one of 12 children born to Walter C & Izetta Kobler Finster on May 4, John was united in marriage to Marion E Sutter on May 16, , at the Camden Methodist Church. A loving marriage of 54 years. He formerly worked for Oneida County Reforestration and retired as a gunsmith from LeFever Arms in Lee Center.


David John Hall

David John Hall, 52, died October 11, , in Washington, OH. David was born February 27, , in Utica, NY, to Ronald and Joanne Hall. He was passionate about animals and became an AKC certified dog trainer. He spent most of his career working as a printing pressman. He enjoyed playing sports including earning many trophies at bowling and darts.



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Mildred L. Grenell

NEW WOODSTOCK &#; Mildred L. Grenell, 75, of Dugway Road, a recent resident of Harding Nursing Home, Waterville, passed away Tuesday, April 28, at Community Memorial Hospital, Hamilton.

Mildred L. Grenell
NEW WOODSTOCK &#; Mildred L. Grenell, 75, of Dugway Road, a recent resident of Harding Nursing Home, Waterville, passed away Tuesday, April 28, at Community Memorial Hospital, Hamilton.
She was born Jan. 30, in DeRuyter, N.Y., a daughter of Arthur and Pearl Oliver and attended local schools. Mildred married John C. Mullenax who predeceased her. She married Carl N. Grenell in New Woodstock. Mildred was a homemaker, and a loving and devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She also had a great affinity for butterflies.
Surviving are her husband of over 40 years, Carl; her children, Jacqueline Mullenax of New Woodstock, Laura Mullenax of Hamilton, John and Barb Mullenax, Calvin and Valarie Mullenax, all of Alabama, and Carl, IV and Charlene Grenell of New Woodstock; two sisters, Rose Rarick of Munnsville and Laura Goodfellow of Earlville; a brother, Roland Oliver of New Mexico; six grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a grandson, Nelson Carl Grenell, and a sister, Ruth Miller.
Funeral services were held Friday, May 1, from the Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, 31 Cedar St., Morrisville, followed by interment in the Sheds Cemetery.
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Emma E. Carey
HAMILTON &#; Emma Eiholzer Carey of Lake Moraine Road, formerly of Utica, passed away peacefully at her home Thursday, April 30,
She was born in Chester, Iowa, a daughter of Karl and Marie Kneubuhl Eiholzer. Her family moved to upstate New York when she was a child and she received her education in local schools, graduating from Morrisville High School. On Sept. 16, , Emma was married to Stephen J. Carey at St. Theresa&#;s Church in Munnsville. Stephen predeceased her on April 26, A Hamilton resident for the past five years, she was a communicant of St. Mary&#;s Church. Previously living in Utica, she was a communicant of St. Francis DeSales Church for many years.
Emma was a homemaker, devoted to her family as a loving wife, mother and grandmother who spent many years caring for others. Emma loved the outdoors and possessed a quick wit. She was a devout Catholic who had a firm belief in the power of prayer.
Surviving are her children, Michael Carey of Buffalo, Susan Carey of Hamilton, Sheila and John Schneider of Texas, Stephen Carey and Susan Neander of California, Patrice Carey and Richard Capirci of Hamilton, Mary Kathleen Carey of Hamilton, and Eileen and Eli Ilano of California; her beloved grandchildren, Matthew Schneider, Arianne, Danielle and Brigitte Capirci, Prince Ilano and Cora Belle Carey; sisters, Emilie Eiholzer and Gertrude Winkler, both of Eaton, Theresa Carter (Paul) of Sherrill, and Frances Snyder (Robert) of Knoxville, Tenn.; brothers, Herman and James Eiholzer, both of Eaton; and many nieces and nephews, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law. She was predeceased by a daughter-in-law, Susan Berkowitz; her brothers, Carl, Joseph and George Eiholzer; and sisters, Marie Eiholzer, Anna Manning, Helen Eiholzer and Martha Gregory.
A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Wednesday, May 6, at St. Mary&#;s Church, 16 Wylie St., Hamilton, followed by burial in St. Joseph&#;s Cemetery, Hamilton.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, 25 Broad St., Hamilton.
Emma&#;s family has requested that donations in her name be made to the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, Watervliet-Shaker Road, Latham, NY
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Alfred W. Grzymala|and Margaret A. Grzymala
SHERBURNE &#; Graveside services with military honors for Alfred W. Grzymala, who died on Nov. 30, , and Margaret A. Grzymala, who passed away on Jan. 16, , will be held at a.m. on Saturday, May 9, at the Wilcox Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are in the care of the Paul Funeral Home of Madison.

Richard E. Krol
ORISKANY FALLS &#; Graveside services with military honors for Richard E. Krol, who passed away on Feb. 7, , will be held at pm on Saturday, May 9, , at Hillside Cemetery, Oriskany Falls. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the Paul Funeral Home of Madison.

Jerry L. Winn
GEORGETOWN &#; Jerry L. Winn, 79, of Route 26, passed away Thursday, April 30, at Community Memorial Hospital, Hamilton.
He was born Aug. 8, in Syracuse, a son of Ernest and Marjorie M. Finch Winn. He was a graduate of Potsdam High School and the Syracuse Barber School. Jerry joined the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict, serving from to On Sept. 11, , he married Anna Faye Eaton in Georgetown. Jerry was a journeyman/lineman for the IBEW # in East Syracuse until his retirement in In the mid&#;s he owned and operated Jerry&#;s Barber Shop in Hamilton, and following his retirement from the IBEW, he opened the Men & Boys Barber Shop in Sherburne.
A Georgetown resident for most of his life, Jerry was a member of the Georgetown Methodist Church and a lifetime member of the Georgetown Fire Department. He was also a member of the V.F.W. and the American Legion.
Surviving are his wife Faye; a son, Michael Winn of Hamilton; a daughter and son-in-law, Pamela and Michael McKinney of Cortland; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Elizabeth and Edward Mason of Georgetown, and Nancy and Matthew Beattie of Hoffmeister, N.Y.; four grandchildren, Jerry and Christopher Winn, and Scott and Anna McKinney; a great-grandchild, Kaylib McKinney; as well as many nieces, nephews and in-laws. A brother, Richard predeceased him on June 11,
Funeral services were held on Tuesday, May 5, from the Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, Cedar Street, Morrisville, followed by interment with military honors in the Hillside Cemetery, Georgetown.
Contributions in his memory may be made to the Georgetown Emergency Squad, Georgetown, NY
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Deborah A. Hugaboon
SHERBURNE &#; Deborah A. Hugaboon, 46, of Deinum Lane, passed away Saturday, May 2, at Faxton-St. Luke&#;s Healthcare Center, New Hartford.
She was born Dec. 4, in Norwich, a daughter of the late Donald M. and Shirley Hill Bartlett. She was a graduate of Sherburne-Earlville High School and received her LPN from SUNY, Delhi. She was married to Daniel M. Hugaboon.
Deborah worked at Chenango Memorial Hospital, Norwich, Community Memorial Hospital, Hamilton, for Dr. Nathan Neisinger at Sherburne Family Practice, for Bassett Healthcare, Sherburne and Crouse Community Center, Morrisville. She was devoted to her daughters, always supporting their activities as an active Brownie and Girl Scout leader and the S-E color guard and softball. She also enjoyed spending time at camp. Deborah was a member of the Lebanon Federated Church.
Surviving are her beloved daughters, Briana and Dorielle Hugaboon, both of Sherburne; a sister and brother-in-law, Peggy and Robert Marshall of Sherburne; a brother and sister-in-law, Steven and Jonna Bartlett of Lebanon; her nieces and nephews, Christie and Lenard Hill of Sherburne, Greg and Winifred Marshall of Sherburne, and John Bartlett of Earlville; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, grandnieces and grandnephews.
Funeral services were held on Tuesday, May 5, from the Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, 10 S. Main St., Sherburne.
Interment in the Lebanon Valley Cemetery will be private at the convenience of the family.
Contributions in her memory may be made to the Eaton Street Dialysis Unit of Community Memorial Hospital, Broad St., Hamilton NY
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