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His ability to create and share extraordinary beauty and wonder was a rare gift. There will be no formal services. Joe worked across all imaginable mediums with equal ease and uncommon skill. Judy was born on February 24, 1945 to the late Isaac and Ardith Finch Sproule. Joe practiced graphic and environmental design throughout his professional career, receiving several national awards for design excellence.

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He is survived by his loving wife of 39 years, Elizabeth Hallett Kane, daughter, Barbara Marc Hichens, sons Raymond Kane and Brian Kane and daughter Susan Kane Also surviving are four stepchildren, Deborah Jim Brandow, Douglas, David, and Dean Kelly VanSkiver and a sister Gloria Ball. She was born on June 30, 1932, to Anthony Yorski, Sr. Throughout this time he shared his passions for camping, fishing, hunting, carpentry, and most of all music with them. Mary Esther survived a tragic car accident while attending Buffalo State which nearly took her life. Her calm demeanor and kindness toward others will be remembered by all who knew her. She was preceded in death by her son Eugene Baker; daughter Lila Healey; brother Milford Heater; sisters Erma Mitchell, Bernice Heck; half sisters Sherry Miller and Joyce Heater.

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The Leader-Herald offers options for subscribing to its Internet edition. After high school, Mary worked as a legal secretary for a prominent Sumter lawyer, a fact that she remained proud of for her entire life. Most important was respect for all, founded in The Golden Rule. We are constantly trying to improve our data and make the search for obituaries as easy as possible. He was a proud grandfather of ten and great-grandfather of ten. Gordie's devotion and passion for music allowed him to share his talents with many ensembles throughout his life, especially with his beloved church choir, bell choir, and praise band at The First Presbyterian Church of Bath. The publication additionally publishes a variety of announcements, including anniversaries, birthdays, wedding and engagements.

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Sullivan, 79, of the Addison Back Road died at home February 11th, 2020, surrounded by his family. Barbrey , and her daughter, Rebecca Reu James Franklin. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. She is also survived by four grandchildren, Kelly Bocek, Jennifer Mack, Annie Bocek, and Scott Reu, and two great-grandchildren, John and Alarie Mack, and many nieces and nephews. He has touched many hearts since he's lived in Corning. She was held in high esteem by her colleagues, and was trusted as a partner by physicians at every hospital where she worked. His interests growing up were diverse.

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His step brothers and sisters, Delores, Basin A. Judy was a devoted mother and homemaker. She was predeceased by her brother, Jack Sproule, who passed away August 12, 1973. Her youthful smile and gentle spirit will live in our hearts and memories forever. If you believe that there is incorrect or improper information on a particular obituary and you cannot correct it, please contact to resolve the issue.

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They spent their time laughing, loving each other unconditionally, and experiencing the many challenges and joys blessing their lives. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Trumansburg. She was a member of the New York State Teachers Association and the Corning Area Retired Teachers Association. On November 5th, 1960 he married his loving wife, Joyce Smith, with whom he enjoyed 59 years together. She will be remembered by her siblings, friends, and all those who loved her for her generosity, sweet and adoring personality and for being the kindest and most loving mother and grandmother anyone could wish for. Mary's Cemetery, Corning, New York at the convenience of the family. He trained pigeons with friends, was a junior curator at Corning Museum of Glass, a Boy Scout, and in 1965, Joe was the Champion of the 1st Corning Area Soap Box Derby.

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They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary this past summer, where they renewed their vows at a ceremony officiated by their son Brendon and witnessed by closest family and friends. A loving and devoted grandpa he is also survived by eleven grandchildren and twenty-one great-grandchildren. She married Nicholas Mizzoni, Jr. Several cousins, nieces and nephews. At age 11, he had to quit school after his father's death to help his mother run the family farm. Stanislaus, where we will share loving memories of Rita. He was the son of Bernice and Charles Green.

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A favorite being the time he rode his skateboard all the way down Beartown hill. Services will be held there at the conclusion of calling hours. He enjoyed his ten grandchildren; Brandon O-Konski, Joe O-Konski, Liz Gorges, Andrew Gorges, Bryan Sullivan, Adam Sullivan, Sara Smith, Shawn Sullivan, Nichole Sullivan and Mike Sullivan and 16 great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Tunnel to Towers Foundation at Tunnel2Towers. Weekends were frequently spent traveling to visit family, laughing and sharing stories, playing catch, working on home and lawn improvements, and spending time with his three grandchildren Jacob, Blake, and Aubrey. George and Ann raised three children in the home, and instilled in them a sense of inquiry, love of travel and the outdoors.

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