Obituaries

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Today's Death Notices

Rhoda W. Sherwood, 74

Last Week's Obituaries

Daniel Kenneth Dubois

Published on: Friday, February 17, 2017

Daniel Kenneth DuBois, 69, of Punta Gorda, FL passed away February 12, 2017 after a long battle with cancer at his home. He was the son of Herbert and Laura DuBois, born Feburary 1, 1948 in Walton, NY. After growing up in Arizona and upstate New York, he attended the State University of New York at Morrisville and served in the Army in Berlin Germany as a tank driver. Dan was a long time resident of Sherburne, New York, where he worked as a general contractor. He was a hard core marathon canoe racer who competed regularly throughout the North East in both one man and two man canoes. He had for example raced in the annual General Clinton 70 mile canoe regatta a total of 37 times. Dan was also an avid hunter. In addition to hunting both small and large game in New York, he hunted large game in Colorado, Wyoming, Canada and Africa.

He is survived by his sons, Corey of Unadilla, NY and Keith of Denver, CO; brother, Donald; sister, Mary "Debbie" and Jeanette; 4 grandchildren and his fiancée, Lucille Brown of Punta Gorda. Dan was preceded in death by his dad, Herbert; mother, Laura Hubbard; and wife of 41 years, Susan.

A private service will be held. Burial will be at Mount Hope Cemetery.


Marylou Curley Anagnost

Published on: Monday, February 20, 2017

February 17, 2017

Marylou Curley Anagnost, 85, of Manlius passed away peacefully Friday from complications of COPD bringing on pneumonia. Marylou was born to Cornelius Curley and Florence Wickham Curley. She graduated from Norwich High School class of 1949. While in high school she worked at W T Grant department store rising from clerk to office manager. After graduating from high school, Marylou joined the Chenango and Unadilla Telephone Company, working as an engineer (without receiving the title) in a predominately male oriented profession. Marylou was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America.

Marylou joined John Anagnost in marriage on June 22, 1957 at St. Paul’s church in Norwich. Following marriage, she was a working mother employed by the C & U Credit Union, Marshall Law Office, Catholic Charities, St. Paul’s School and St Paul’s Church.

Marylou enjoyed bowling and golf. Following retirement, Marylou and John traveled extensively to many countries including, Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Ireland, and Greece among several others.

Marylou loved her family. Surviving are; her husband of nearly sixty years John; daughters, Elizabeth (Matthew) Henderson, Teresa (Francois) Crevier; son, Stephen (Susan) Anagnost; beloved grand-children, Marybeth and Christina Anagnost, Daniel and Jack Henderson, Zachary and Allison Crevier; brother Bill (Beverly) Curley; sister in law Brenda Curley and several nieces and nephews. Marylou is predeceased by her parents, and brother Andrew.

Calling hours will be Tuesday from 4-7 p.m. at the Newell-Fay Manlius Chapel, 8171 Cazenovia Rd. Manlius. A Mass of Christian Burial will be Wednesday at 11:00 a.m at St. Ann’s Church, 104 Academy St. Manlius.

Contributions may be made to FM Community Pantry or Catholic Charities of Chenango County.

For a guest book, please visit: www.SCHEPPFAMILY.com.


Rita I. Boyer

Published on: Monday, February 20, 2017

Rita I. Boyer, 90, of Howard Street, passed away on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at the Norwich Rehabilitation and Nursing Center with family by her side.

Born in Quebec, Canada, on February 3, 1927, Rita was the daughter of the late Joseph and Amanda (Duquette) Barriere. She spent her early years in Canada where she attended school and, in 1947, moved to the United States. She settled in Oxford before relocating to Norwich. Rita was employed as a bank teller for NBT Bank for 33 years. She was a 4H leader for several years and was a proud den mother and Scout Leader when her children were growing up. Rita was a member and former officer of the Ladies of the Elks 1222, and was a member of the Lioness for the Norwich Lions Club. Rita was known locally for her sewing and altering talents.

She was a member of the Church of St. Paul, including being an active member of both the Rosary and Altar Societies.

On May 11, 1946, Rita married Fabio “Pat” Boyer, who predeceased her on July 14, 2012.

Rita is survived by her daughter, Lorraine Boyer, of Liverpool; two sons, Michael Boyer and his wife, Linda, of Kingston, NY, and Donald Boyer and his wife, Mary, of Rochester; a daughter-in-law, Pam Boyer, of Norwich; six grandchildren, Jim Boyer, Bryan (Ailisa) Boyer, Brenda (Cesar) Rosado, Kevin Boyer (Jason Kurtz), Kara (John) Tallardy, and Katie (Kenn) Lo Bianco; seven great-grandchildren, Alex and John Rosado, Bodie, Finn and Luka Tallardy, and Lyla and Fiona Boyer; one sister, Helena Menard, of Oxford; and several nieces and nephews. Rita was predeceased by her son, Re-al Boyer, and her several other siblings.

A Mass of Christian Burial for Rita will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, February 22, 2017, at the Church of St. Paul where the Rev. Ralph A. Bove, pastor, will officiate. Burial will occur in the spring of 2017 at St. Paul’s Cemetery. There will be no calling hours.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Rita may be made to Hospice and Palliative Care of Chenango County, 21 Hayes Street, Norwich, NY 13815.

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted with the Wilson Funeral Home. To leave the family a message of condolence, please visit the funeral home website at www.wilsonfh.com.


Lynn I. Shirdon

Published on: Monday, February 20, 2017

Lynn I. Shirdon, 90, well known and longtime resident of the Mt. Upton & Rockdale area passed away early Wednesday morning, February 15, 2017, at the home of his son.

Lynn was born in Norwich on September 30, 1926 the son of Spencer & Edith (Post) Shirdon. He grew up in Norwich and attended the one room school house in Headys Corners and graduated from the Norwich High School. Following his education, Lynn entered the United States Army serving his country during WWII. Returning home he worked for a brief period of time for Smith Ford and Childs Service Station. On May 24, 1958 in Norwich he married Eunice Roth who passed away December 26, 2008. Following his marriage Lynn and his wife made their home in the Rockdale area. Together they owned and operated Shirdon’s Service Station and Garage which they ran for over 40 years as well as a 24 hr. towing service. At the same time Lynn was also employed for 57 ½ years by the Scintilla and it’s successors as a machine repairman. He was also a member of the Norwich American Legion Post #189 and an avid bowler. Lynn was also cited by the U.S. Dept. of Commerce for completing 30 years of service as a Cooperative Weather Observer for the National Weather Service for the Rockdale/Mt. Upton area.

It goes without saying that Lynn was a hard worker. He was always there for his family and anyone who needed a helping hand despite his heavy work load. Somehow, he still found time to enjoy life by hunting, fishing and woodworking. He was also a train and car enthusiast.

In short, Lynn was a hardworking family man who enjoyed helping anyone and life in general.

Lynn is survived by his sons; Peter J. (Irma) Shirdon of Mt. Upton, Michael S. (Nanette) Shirdon of Chagrin Falls, Ohio and his sister Evelyn Shepard of Eaton, NY. Also surviving are his grandchildren Corrina Shirdon, Spencer Shirdon, Dominic Shirdon, Chad Bound, Christopher (Michele) Bound, Edward Shirdon, William (Barbara) Sprague and Greta Shirdon along with several great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Besides his wife Eunice, Lynn was predeceased by a son Theodore, a granddaughter Melody and a brother Ivan.

A prayer service for Lynn was held on Sunday at 1:00 pm from the R.J.Fahy Funeral Home. Interment with full military rites will be at a later date from the Mt. Hope Cemetery.

Friends called at the R.J.Fahy Funeral Home on Sunday following the prayer service from 1:30 until 3 p.m.


Mary E. Day (betty)

Published on: Monday, February 20, 2017

Mary died on February 16, 2017 at Arnot Ogden Hospital after a lengthy illness. She fought hard and long. Mary was born May 30, 1934 to Howard Davall and Mildred Allen. She was fondly named “Betty” because of the many family members named Mary. She grew up living on a farm and helping with the many farm chores. Mary graduated from Norwich High School. As a young woman Mary was voted dairy princess. Mary married Eugene C. Day in June of 1952.

Mary was predeceased by her parents, her sister Ruth (Bill) Speh of Earlville, NY, her brother Richard Davall of Bradenton Florida and nephew Scott Nutter.

Mary is survived by hers sisters Norma (Robert) Boice of Baconton, GA, Nancy (Paul) Nutter of Oxford NY, Daughters Nancy Day (Mike) Hargraves, Patricia (Mark) Alger.

Mary’s grandchildren include Jessica (Nathan) Hammond, Mitchell (Megan) Alger, Katherine (Chauncey ) Watches, Daniel Hargraves, Dustin Hargraves, and twins Onisty Brotzman, Olaney Brotzman.

Her Great Grandchildren include Jaedyn Hargraves, Charlotte Hammond, Allison Watches and several nieces and nephews.

Mary worked at several jobs while raising her family in Earlville, NY. She worked at Madison and Chenango County ARC where she was a supervisor and ran the kitchen and supervised clients in the kitchen. She also worked as cook at Garret Smith Infirmary which later became Crouse Community Center where she worked until she retired in 1997.

After Mary retired she moved to Bath, NY to be near her two daughters and grandchildren.

Mary enjoyed planting and tending to her flowers and houseplants. She kept busy taking care of her many pets over the years including her present pets of 3 birds and dog Bandito. She also enjoyed travelling around to her grandchildren’s many school, church and sporting events over the years. She was always very proud of their accomplishments.

Mary will be greatly missed by her family.

Calling hours will be Monday, February 20th from 12:00 – 2:00 pm at Fagan’s Funeral Home, 31 W. Morris St., Bath, NY. Funeral Services will be immediately following at 2:00 pm at the funeral home. Deacon Robert Colomaio officiating. Online condolences may be made at www.fagansfuneralhome.com.

Donations can be made in Mary’s memory to the Finger Lakes SPCA, 72 Cameron St., Bath, NY 14810.


Dorothy Elizabeth Coler Magliocco

Published on: Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Dorothy Elizabeth Coler Magliocco, of Norwich, passed away peacefully on Sunday, February 19, 2017 at Norwich Rehabilitation and Nursing Center after a brief illness and with family by her side.

Born January 13, 1927, Dorothy and her siblings were orphaned as young children. She worked at the Norwich Knitting Mills, later renamed Champion, over a five decade period beginning in the 1950s. She retired in 1994.

Dorothy was a loving wife to Louis Maricle for 45 years until his death. She later married Richard Magliocco, who survives. Dorothy and Richard were happily married for 21 years.

Dorothy would not obtain a driver’s license until she was 59 years old. Afterward, however, she was very fond of long rides with Richard in the country, and also with her dear friends. She was also active in her beautiful garden, and very much enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. With her friends, Dorothy would often travel to go shopping, dining for lunch, and to appointments of family or friends.

Dorothy was a talented knitter, and often crocheted mittens and hats. She would offer her creations as gifts for her family or as donations for the less fortunate. Some would be grateful to receive one of her beautiful Afghans, which were treasured by those to received them.

Dorothy was a witty, often smiling, loving, and generous person who took care of so many, and who will be truly missed.

In addition to her husband, Richard, Dorothy is survived by her children, Nancy Lawson and her husband, Dick, Bonnie Rivenburg and her husband, Larry, Robert Maricle and his partner, Terri, Donna Mumbalo and her partner, Mike; grandchildren Candy, Joseph, Kelly, Zack, Nicholas, Cody, Alysa, Nat, Tyler, Ben, and Jenna; great-grandchildren Logan, River, Peyton, Phin, Fisher, Emily, Ashley, and Bradley. Her sister-in-law, Lucy Conant, many nieces, nephews, and extended family also survive, as well as Dorothy’s dear friend, Nan Magistro. She was predeceased by all of her siblings.

A private graveside service for Dorothy will be held at Mt. Hope Cemetery in the spring.

Contributions in memory of Dorothy may be made to the charity of one’s choice.

To leave the family a message of condolence, please visit the funeral home website at: www.wilson.com.


Barbara E. Dale

Published on: Tuesday, February 21, 2017

SHERBURNE: Barbara E. Dale, 69, of Tracy Rd., passed away Thursday, February 16, 2017 at Bassett Healthcare in Cooperstown, NY.

She was born May 28, 1947 in Oneida, the daughter of the late Jack S. and Anne Mussision Dale. She was a graduate of Georgetown High School and attended the Central City Business Institute in Syracuse. Barb had worked at the Gladding Corp. in Otselic for a brief time, and then was a secretary at the Sherburne-Earlville High School from 1968 until retiring in 2005. She had also been the secretary for the United Church of Christ in Sherburne for several years. Barb was affectionately known as “The Cookie Lady” at school because of the wonderful cookies she baked and sold.

Barbara was a member of the West Smyrna Baptist Church. She was a volunteer at Community Memorial Hospital in Hamilton, and was an animal lover.

Surviving are her brothers, Paul (Laurie) Dale of South Lebanon; James Dale (Cheryl Sperduto) of Durhamville; several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and cousins.

In keeping with Barb’s wishes, there are no services or calling hours.

Graveside services will be held in the Hillside Cemetery, Georgetown in the spring.

Contributions in her memory may be made to the Chenango County S.P.CA., 6160 County Rd. 32, Norwich, NY 13815.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, 10 S. Main St., Sherburne, NY.

To send a condolence and sign the Book of Memories online go to www.burgessandtedescofuneralhomes.com.


Howard L. Henneforth

Published on: Wednesday, February 22, 2017

SMYRNA: Howard L. Henneforth, 98 of State Route 80, passed away Monday, February 20, 2017 at the Norwich Rehabilitation and Nursing Center.

He was born July 25, 1918 in Wimmers, PA, a son of John Lewis and Frauline Black Henneforth, and received his education in Maplewood, PA schools. Howard proudly served in in the U.S. Army Air Corps. during WWII from 1942-45 where he was an aerial gunner in the Eastern Theater of Operations. He participated in the battles in the Ardennes, Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland and Central Europe. He received the Purple Heart along with several other medals and citations. In 1950, he married Mildred B. Lamb in Sherburne. She predeceased him in 1990. Howard worked at Proctor & Gamble in Norwich until retiring. He was also a beekeeper, enjoyed gardening and raising small animals. Howard was a true handyman who worked on all his own projects and loved to tinker. He was a ham radio operator and enjoyed collecting sea shells and rocks.

Howard was a member of the West Smyrna Baptist Church.

Surviving are his daughters, Beverly Henneforth of Sherburne and Carol Gulliver of Oakland, CA; two daughters-in-law, June Black and Kittie Black; a son-in-law, Edwin Ubbens; 10 grandchildren and their spouses, Shannon and Herb Harris, Connie and Jeremy Huber, Julie and Peter Black, Jody Black, Karen Black, Kari Maine, Jeremy and Sara Johnson, Sandra Henneforth and Jeff Warren, and Garland Mallette; as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by his children, Elma Ubbens, Eldon Black, Clement and Marion Black, Merlin and Viola Black, and Wayne Black; two brothers, Leigh Hennaforth and Richard Henneforth.

Memorial Services will be held at a later date and time to be announced.

Interment with military honors will be in West Hill Cemetery, Sherburne at the convenience of the family.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, 10 S. Main St, Sherburne.

To send a condolence and sign the Book of Memories online go to www.burgessandtedescofuneralhomes.com.


Hubert S. Church

Published on: Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Hubert S. Church, 91, of Earlville, passed away on February 15, 2017 at the Community Memorial Hospital in Hamilton.

Born on May 2, 1925 in Tyner, Hubert was the son of the late Leon and Helen (Woodard) Church of Oxford. He was a graduate of the Oxford Academy and Central Schools class of 1942. He served in the United States Marine Corps during World War II, then as a guard in Japan after World War II.

On December 29, 1951, he married Ann T. Tucker, who died in 1974. He worked at The Norwich Pharmacal Company, Norwich-Eaton and later Procter and Gamble Pharmaceuticals as a case sealer and later doing maintenance work. He was employed there for thirty years. Hubert was an avid golfer and will be fondly remembered for his dry wit and hearty laugh. He was dearly loved by his family - always faithful and never afraid to speak his mind.

Hubert is survived by his cherished partner Ruby Bartlett, of Earlville; and her family, his step-children, Tina Fowler and her husband Lloyd, of Georgetown, Diane Maruszak and her husband Marshall Cohen, of Farmville, VA, and Daniel Bartlett and his wife Penny Bartlett, of Oak Island, NC; grandchildren, Greg Maruszak and his wife Jan, of North Carolina, Brett Maruszak, Brandon Fowler, of Georgetown, and Jessica Clark, of Earlville; great-grandson Emmett Clark, of Earlville; his brother Cecil Church and his wife Irene Church, of Lansdale, PA; nephews Jim Kiff and Terry Kiff, of Sidney; and niece Lucille Markert, of St. Johns, FL.

A funeral service for Hubert will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 25, 2017, at the Wilson Funeral Home, with Rev. David J. Spiegel, Sr., pastor, First Baptist Church of Norwich, will officiate. There will be no calling hours. Burial will occur at Riverview Cemetery in Oxford in the spring.

Memorial contributions in memorial may be made to the American Cancer Society, 13 Beech Street, Johnson City, NY, 13790, or to the American Heart Association, 2 S. Clinton Street, #305, Syracuse, NY 13202.

Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting the funeral home website at www.wilsonfh.com.


Mary Ann Dodge

Published on: Wednesday, February 22, 2017

SMYRNA: Mary Ann Dodge, 70, of Smyrna, passed away Monday, February 20, 2017 at the NYS Veterans Home in Oxford, NY.

She was born September 22, 1946 in Tuxedo, NY, a daughter of Francis and Esther Munhall DuVall and received her education in Suffern, NY schools. On May 25, 1985, she married Harold N. “Harry” Dodge in Sherburne. He predeceased her on September 18, 2009. Mary Ann had worked for Skip’s Market in Sherburne, and at Jamesway and Wal Mart in Norwich. She had also been a daycare provider. She enjoyed doing puzzles and crafts, loved watching football, and was an avid NY Giants fan. Mary Ann loved children and held a special place in her heart for all of her grandchildren.

Surviving are her children, Mary Ann Hamilton and Jennifer Stele of Norwich; Allen “Tom” Summers and Barb Fairbanks of Sherburne; Jennifer and Arthur Fleming of Smyrna; Laura and Steve LaFountain of Stillwater; Kimberly and Brian Blackman of Norwich; Joseph Dodge of Norwich; Scott Dodge of Smyrna; and Erin Setzer of Binghamton; a brother and sister-in-law, James and Joan DuVall of New Berlin; and a sister-in-law, Jean DuVall of South New Berlin. Also surviving are her grandchildren, Jason and Katie Jipson, Ashlie and Josh Edmunds, Joshua and Jacob Hamilton, Tyler and Eric Dodge, Brent and Courtney Dodge; Troy and Garrett Fleming; Makayla and Alexis LaFountain; and Jacob Setzer; eight great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a sister, Esther “Betty” Youngs; a brother, Edward DuVall; a niece, Elizabeth “Betsy” Youngs; and a nephew, Kevin Conklin.

Funeral services will be held at 1pm Friday, February 24, 2017 from the Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, 10 S. Main St., Sherburne.

Interment will be in the Mt. Hope Cemetery, Norwich, NY.

Friends are invited to call at the funeral home on Thursday from 5-8pm, and on Friday from Noon until 1pm prior to the service.

Contributions in her memory may be made to the NYS Veterans Home, 4207 State Hwy 220, Oxford, NY 13830.

To send a condolence and sign the Book of Memories online go to www.burgessandtedescofuneralhomes.com


Charles G. (charlie) Peters

Published on: Thursday, February 23, 2017

Charles G. (Charlie) Peters, 87, of Norwich passed away Tuesday afternoon, February 21, 2017 at the Chenango Memorial Hospital of Norwich.

Charlie was born on October 23, 1929 in Corry, PA and in 1939 moved with his family to the Oxford area where he attended the local school. As soon as he was of age, Charlie entered the United States Army serving his country during the Korean War as a paratrooper. Following his discharge he returned to the Oxford area where he remained until moving to Norwich in 1966. While living in Oxford he had worked for the Corset Factory and Mesko Glass in Norwich. In 1983 he opened his own business, Chenango Glass, which he operated until 2013.

Charlie was an easy going sort of guy who enjoyed playing simple jokes or pranks on people. Every year he and his wife spent many good times camping at Copes Corners with their “camping family.” He was also a longtime and active member of the Calvary Baptist Church of Norwich. Over the years there were many bus trips made with the “church family” which were always a lot of fun.

On December 12, 1987 he married Alice Stringham who passed away November 8, 2015.

Charlie is survived by his children; Gail (Michael) Place of Endwell, Dianne O’Reilly of Guilford, Nancy (Daniel) “Doc” of Norwich, Marie Petry of Apple Valley, CA and his sister June Hart of Oxford. Also surviving are his 11 grandchildren Jessica Place & companion Maurie Geake, Kevin Place & companion Suzy Neil, April (Kevin) Green, Dr. Jennifer Anderson & husband Dr. James Anderson, Joshua Wells & companion Sarah Baker, Aaron (Michele) Wells, Shevonne (Justin) Iverson, Shawn (Teresa) Brown, Michael (Allison) Hatton, Desiree Hatton and Dawnette Hatton along with 19 great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Besides his wife Alice, Charlie was predeceased by his parents Fred and Marion Peters, a son Michael Hatton and his son-in-law Timothy O’Reilly.

A funeral service for Charlie will be held on Saturday at 10:00 am from the Calvary Baptist Church of Norwich. The Rev Brian Conover, Pastor, will officiate. Interment will be at a later date in the Warn-Ten Broeck Cemetery.

Friends may call at the R.J.Fahy Funeral Home on Friday from 5:30 – 8 pm.

Please consider memorial contributions to the Calvary Baptist Church, 75 Calvary Dr., Norwich, NY 13815 or to the Assembly of God Church, 97 Silver St., Norwich, NY 13815.


Anna D. Cuyle

Published on: Friday, February 24, 2017

ANNA D. CUYLE

Anna D. Cuyle of South New Berlin passed away unexpectedly February 21, 2017.

Anna was born in Masonville, NY on March 11, 1933 the daughter of Ray M. & Anna (Pickett) Dean. She grew up in the Masonville area and graduated from the Sidney Central High School. On August 12, 1951 she married Howard Cuyle in Trout Creek. Howard passed away on March 26, 2015.

Anna was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren were her pride and joy. Mom and Dad lead by example. The teamwork and love they showed in running the family farm and in their marriage gave us all something to strive for. In her retirement, Anna enjoyed creating her own version of recipes to make them healthier for her family. She also enjoyed late summer vacations at the cottage in Maine. She gave advice only when asked, but her love was always unconditional.

Anna is survived by her children and their spouses: Gerald (Brenda) Cuyle of Norwich, Donna Cuyle of Oxford, Diane (Harold) Gardner of Norwich, Sandra (Rusty) Lent of Hampton, VA, Susan (Neal) Evans of Utica, Lori (Herman) Ericksen of Norwich and Lisa (Michael) Castle of Bainbridge. Her 13 grandchildren: Jennifer (Stephen) Guerra, Michael (Barb) Lent, Kimberly (Jair) Hammonds, Christine (Homer) Hungerford, Scott (Allison) Downey, Ryan Downey, Matthew Evans, Zachary Cuyle, Courtney Ericksen, Lindsey Castle, Benjamin Ericksen, Jonathan Castle and Anastasia Cuyle. Her 6 great grandchildren: Elijah Hammonds, Malcolm Carpenter, Emma Lent, Lillian Hungerford, Easton Hungerford and Isaiah Hammonds. Anna was looking forward to the birth of another great grandson in April. Also surviving are her sisters Marion Pierce of Walton and Alice Sloan of Oneonta, sister-in-laws Louise Dean, Thelma Dean, Marjorie Dean, and Laura Alger along with many nieces and nephews.

Anna was predeceased by her husband Howard, parents Ray and Anna Dean, her daughter Darlene Marie Cuyle, her brothers Raymond, Clarence, Ernest, Millard, Thomas and her sisters Marjorie Robbins and Mildred Belknap, her sisters-in-law Gertrude Dean, Dorothy Ward and her son-in-law William Golden.

A funeral service for Anna will be held on Tuesday, February 28, at 11:00 am from the R.J.Fahy Funeral Home. The Rev. Nancy Hale, Pastor of the Broad St. United Methodist Church will officiate. Interment will follow in the Maplewood Cemetery of Mt. Upton.

Friends may call at the R.J.Fahy Funeral Home on Monday from 6-8 p.m.

Please consider memorial contributions to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, P.O. Box 1,000, Dept. 12, Memphis, TN, 38101-9908 or to the South New Berlin Emergency Squad, South New Berlin, NY 13843.


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