Obituaries from the 
Greenville Local
February 2008


Obituaries provided by Sylvia Hasenkopf. Transcribed  by Diana Schnettler


February 7, 2008

WALTER DORPFELD

Undersheriff

Walter Dorpfeld, 78, of Acra, died Jan. 30, 2008 in Vero Beach, Fla., after a long illness.

Born March 8, 1929 in California, he was the son of the late Frank and Helen (Myer) Dorpfeld.

Funeral services were held, Thursday, 11 a.m. at the Cairo United Methodist Church, Main St., Cairo with Rev. Retta Lykens Pastor officiating and Richard Lorenz as guest speaker.

Cremation followed at the Albany Rural Crematory, Menands, NY.

Walter was a loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle and fellow American.

He was a lifelong resident of Greene County, undersheriff from 1982 to 1992, a Korean War veteran serving in the United States Marine Corps., a lifelong member of the Cairo Hose Co., former Cairo town clerk, a past chairman of the Cairo Republican Club and a member of Catskill Elks #1341.

He loved the outdoors and hunting and was also an avid Yankee fan.

During his early years he was employed by the Olsen Gruman Co. of Athens for 29 years.

Walter is survived by his wife of 50 years on May 3, Ann T. (Henderson) Dorpfeld; a twin brother, Frank and wife Grace; four sons, Walter G., Keith and wife Cheryl, William and wife Tari, and Albert; three daughters, Alicia Weiss and husband Raymond, Thomasine Dorpfeld, Molly Dorpfeld-Jeune; a sister, Helen Moldridge and husband Floyd; and 16 grandchildren, Charles, Michael, Kimbralee, Joanna, Jonathan, Hope, Cassandra, Logan, Robert, William, Karrisa, Joseph, Sarah, Andrew, Colin and James.

Besides his parents, he is predeceased by a grandchild, Chrystal Noreen.

The American Legion and Cairo Hose conducted services in his memory Wednesday evening.

Relatives and friends were invited to call at the Richards Funeral Home, 29 Bross St., Cairo.

The family requested that in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to the American Diabetes Assoc., American Kidney Foundation or Community Hospice.

Envelopes can be obtained at the funeral home.


February 7, 2008

KATHERINE “KATE” RAFFERTY

Shipping service clerk

Katherine “Kate” Rafferty, 100 years, of Catskill, NY, formerly of Greenville, passed away on January 28, 2008 in the Eden Park Health Care Center, Catskill, NY.

She was born on Oct. 27, 1907 in County Leitrim, Ireland, daughter of the late John and Katherine (McWeeney) Travers.

Kate was a Shipping Service Clerk for American News, Co., NYC, NY until she retired.

She was a loving and devoted wife to her husband James and a kind and loving sister, aunt and great-aunt.

Kate was a member of the Greenville Irish American Club and the Ladies Auxiliary of Our Lady of Knock Council #6439 of the Knights of Columbus.

Kate was predeceased by her beloved husband James Rafferty in 1972, two brothers, Myles and Thomas Travers and two sisters, Nellie Gihooley and Mary Durivou.

Surviving are two sisters-in-law, Annie Travers of Astoria and Rockland Co., NY and Kathleen McElory of Co. Tyrone, Ireland, nieces, Mary Marino and her husband John of Astoria, NY, Kathleen Whitney of Rockland Co., NY and Kathleen Carle of Boise, ID, several great-nieces and great-nephews and a large extended family in Ireland.

Also surviving are many dear friends.

The family wishes to extend deep appreciation to the Caregivers and Staff at Eden Park Health Care Center for the care and attention shown to Kate in her years in residence there.

Funeral service was Friday, 8 a.m. from the Cunningham Funeral Home, 4898 SR 81, Greenville, NY 12083, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 9 a.m. at St. John the Baptist Church.

Friends were invited to call at the funeral [home] on Thursday.

Interment will be in L.I. National Cemetery, Pinelawn, NY with her beloved husband James.


February 7, 2008

HERBERT SCHLEGEL

Farmer/ Maitre d

Herbert Schlegel, 98, formerly of Greenville, passed away at the Eden Park HCC in Catskill on Jan. 18, 2008.

He was born in Meissen, Germany on May 24, 1909, son of the late Paul and Louise (Schneider) Schlegel.

Herbert and his wife, Valdah, moved to Greenville from White Plains in 1940.

A life-long farmer he was also the “Maitre D” at the Sky Line Restaurant in Catskill for many years.

He was a loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather and will be greatly missed by his family.

His wife, Valdah (McLain) Schlegel, predeceased him in 1993.

Surviving are two daughters, Suzanne Cuccinello (John)  of Prescott, Ariz., and Carol Ann “Cookie” Abate (Vito) of Greenville; three sons, Herbert Schlegel (Choon-Mi) of Hampton, N.H., Donald Schlegel (Linda) of Preston, Ariz., and Ronald Schlegel (Hildi) of Addison, N.Y.;13 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.

Funeral service will be 8 p.m. Thursday at the Cunningham Funeral Home, 4898 SR 81, Greenville.

Friends may call at the funeral home on Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. prior to the service.

Interment will be 11 a.m. Friday in the Greenville Cemetery.


February 7, 2008

JAMES L. VAN KUREN SR.

Steeplejack

James L. Van Kuren Sr., age 95, a lifelong Athens resident, died peacefully Wednesday evening, January 30, 2008 at his home, surrounded by his loving family, just weeks before his 96th birthday.

James was born March 23, 1912 in Athens, the son of the late George and Cornelia (Haight) Van Kuren.

He was a graduate of the Athens High School.

He was married October 20, 1933 in Athens to Ethel Kisselburgh, who died January 11, 2000.

Mr. Van Kuren served as a sergeant in the United States Army during World War 2 in the 88th Signal Corps during the post-war occupation.

He was also a member of the New York National Guard.

For many years, Jim worked at Grumman Allied in Athens, and, when they left Athens, he worked for Story’s Nurseries in Freehold, the American Valve in Coxsackie and retired from the town of Athens Highway Department in 1980.

In his early years, Jim worked on the construction of the Rip Van Winkle Bridge and was a steeplejack who together with his brothers painted many buildings and church steeples in the area.

He was a member and former sergeant at arms of the TGM American Legion Post #187 and a former bowler with the Industrial League.

He was also an avid hunter and fisherman.

In his later years, Uncle Jim, as he was known to many, could be seen riding the streets of Athens on his motorized scooter with his little dog Bo-Bo at his side.

The Athens Bicentennial Committee honored him in 2005, naming him the grand marshall of the parade.

He is survived by his two sons, James and his wife Rosalie Van Kuren, Jr. of Clarksville, N.Y. and Joel and his wife Rita Van Kuren Sr. of Athens; five grandchildren, Mark (Julie) Van Kuren, Renee Van Kuren, Linda (Jeff) Livingston, Malissa (Tim) McKeon, Joel (Paula) Van Kuren Jr.; 17 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews also survive.

He was predeceased by his beloved wife Ethel; his sister, Lucy Taranto; and his four brothers, Royce, Claude, George and Zadock Van Kuren.

Funeral services were conducted 11:00 a.m. Monday, February 4, 2008 at the Millspaugh-Camerato Funeral Home, 139 Jefferson Heights, Catskill.

Rev. David Sutcliffe, rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church officiated.

Burial followed in the old Athens Rural Cemetery with military honors.

Relatives and friends were respectfully invited to attend and call at the funeral home 3-6 p.m. Sunday, February 3, 2008.

Memorial donations in Jim’s name may be made to either the TGM American Legion Post 187, Athens or St. Luke’s Church, PO Box 643, Catskill, NY.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the Sopris-Murray Funeral Home, Greenville, NY.


February 14, 2008

DOMINICK PELLICANO

Carpenter

Dominick Pellicano, 72, formerly of Bronx, New York, passed away peacefully at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Albany, New York on February 4, 2008.

Dom was born in Fordham in the Bronx, to Stefano and Maria Pellicano, who emigrated from Calabria, Italy.

He is survived by his wife, Joyce and their son, Stephen.

The youngest of three children, he was predeceased by his brother, Al and his sister Kay.

The deceased was cremated as per his request.

Dom was an Army veteran, serving in Alaska after the Korean War.

He worked as carpenter for the City of New York for 25 years until his retirement in 1996.

Dom bought a home in Upstate New York in 1982, and he and [h]is wife Joyce moved there full time in 2000.

His passions were home improvement, meticulous care of the grounds, and enjoying the spectacular views of the Catskill Mountains from his home.

Dom was a lifetime golfer, and an avid New York Rangers fan, and also enjoyed going to the casino and to Saratoga Raceway with Joyce.

He was friendly and helpful to all, quick with a joke for every occasion, and had a strong sense of moral responsibility.

A memorial service was held on Saturday, February 9, 2008 at the Potter Hollow church.

Interment is at the Potter Hollow Cemetery.

A military service will be held in the spring at Saratoga National Cemetery.

All under the direction of the Cunningham Funeral Home, 4898 SR 81, Greenville, NY, 12083.


February 14, 2008

AGNES J. WALSH

Agnes J. Walsh, 73 years, of Freehold, New York (formerly of Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York), passed away on February 10, 2008 in the Hospice Inn at St. Peter’s in Albany, New York.

Agnes was born in Mayo Abbey, Claremorris Co., Mayo Ireland, on September 23, 1934, daughter of the late Michael and Mary (Bodkin) Moran.

She was a beloved wife, daughter, sister, aunt and godmother.

She was a member of the Greenville Irish American Club.

Agnes was predeceased by a brother, Michael Moran; a sister, Mary (Moran) Lynn; a beloved niece, Kathleen Moran, who died tragically at the World Trade Center (9/11), and Kathleen’s mother, Katie Moran, who died recently.

Surviving are her beloved husband, Timothy (Joe) Walsh of Freehold, New York; two sisters, Anne Theresa “Nancy” (Moran) Glover of New Jersey and Delia Elizabeth “Della” (Moran) Kilkenny of Missouri; two brothers, Luke Moran of New Jersey and John Moran of Ireland; several nieces and nephews; great nieces and nephews and great-great nieces and nephews, and many dear friends.

Funeral service will be Saturday, February 16, 10:30 a.m. from the Cunningham Funeral Home, 4898 SR 81, Greenville, New York, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. at St. John the Baptist Church officiated by Rev. Jeremiah Nunan, celebrant.

Friends may call at the funeral home on Friday, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

Interment, weather permitting, will be in the Greenville Cemetery, Greenville, New York.

Those who wish may contribute in Agnes’ memory to the Community Hospice of Albany, 445 New Karner Road, Albany, NY 12205 for the kind and gentle care shown to Agnes at the Hospice Inn at St. Peter’s Hospital.


February 14, 2008

ELEANOR MARY GOUGH WALKER

Paralegal

Eleanor Mary Gough Walker, 61, of Sanford, Florida, passed away peacefully on February 2, 2008 at the Central Florida Regional Hospital in Sanford, Florida.

Born in Newfoundland, Canada, on June 10, 1946, she was the daughter of the late Gerard Gough and Hilda Gough of Ravena, New York.

At age six Eleanor moved to Ravena, New York, where she grew up with her four sisters and two brothers.

She attended St. Patrick’s School in Ravena and graduated from Vincentian Institute in Albany, New York in 1963.

As a young woman, Eleanor lived in Keene, New Hampshire, where she raised her family and in 1984 she moved to central Florida upon marrying Boyd Walker.

Ellie was a valued paralegal in the Career Criminal Unit of the Seminole County State Attorney’s office where she dedicated herself to those she served.

In 2005 she received the Victim Advocate Award in recognition of her service.

Ellie had a generous nature, loved to cook, and would frequently feed those in need.

Eleanor is survived by her husband, Boyd Walker of Sanford, Florida; sons, John Caldarelli of Keene, New Hampshire and Joseph (Samantha) Caldarelli of Starke, Florida; daughters Andrea (Perry) Lowe of Keene, New Hampshire and Lorri-Ann Walker of Sanford, Florida; grandchildren, Joseph, Ethan, Serena, Jonah, Kaylla and Kellsey; a brother, Patrick (Janet) Gough of Greenville, New York; sisters, Annie Goff of Bethlehem, New York, Cecile (Mike) Mulhern of Feura Bush, New York and Geraldine (Rich) Duesberry of Harleysville, Pennsylvania; and many nieces and nephews and Newfoundland cousins.

Eleanor was predeceased by her beloved sister Brigid Gough Eustace and a brother, Ted Gough.

Eleanor’s family wishes to express their gratitude to the nurses, doctors and staff of the Central Florida Regional Hospital for their excellent care and special appreciation to our dear friend Helen Helgestad for her love and care during Eleanor’s final days.

Funeral services were held on Saturday, February 9 at All Souls Catholic Church in the Historic Chapel, 301 West 8th Street, Sanford, Florida.

Arrangements were by Deltona Memorial Funeral Home, 1295 Saxon Boulevard, Orange City, Florida.


February 21, 2008

JOHN BOYLE JR.

Expert demolitions specialist/Mycologist

John Boyle Jr., age 57, Durham, New York, died suddenly Monday, February 11, 2008, at Benedictine Hospital in Kingston, New York.

He was born January 4, 1951 in Catskill, the son of Ortrud Lutzi Shiefbalm Boyle and the late John Boyle Sr.

John was a graduate of Greenville High School.

He then went on to study Math Theory at SUNY New Paltz.

John worked with his father as an expert demolitions specialist for American Rock Excavating Inc. of Watertown, New York, making ay for some of the roads and businesses you travel to now.

An avid outdoorsman and self-taught mycologist, John was an instructor for his business, Home and Forest of Durham, for many mushroom symposiums and mushroom walks in conjunction with the Cornell Cooperative Extension, Columbia-Greene Community College, and Mountain Top Arboretum, and enjoyed searching for various large fruitings of mushrooms, especially his favorite, Chanterelles.

John was a member of numerous mushroom clubs, MYMS, SVMS,Ct-NYMS, M-HMA, and NEMS.

John was the beloved husband, partner, and best friend of Dawn Greco of Durham; father of Joseph Greco of California, Loren Iorio and husband Michael and children Lucas and Matthew  of Gloversville, Michael Greco and girlfriend, Andrea Tirums of Durham, Valerie Celentano and husband Richard and daughter Lillian of Middleburgh, and Amanda Boyle of New Paltz; two sisters, Jackalyn Boyle and daughters Penny Boyle and Rebecca Boyle of Durham and Jo-Ann Hassan and husband Khalid and children Ali and Jina, of Chicago, Illinois; mother-in-law, Nancy Kramer and many brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law; and nieces and nephews.

Private cremation was performed at Park View Cemetery in Schenectady.

Relatives and friends called at Traver & McCurry Funeral Home, 234 Jefferson Heights, Catskill, on Saturday, February 16 to celebrate John’s life.


February 21, 2008

ADELE MARIE CLAYPOOLE

Home health aide

Adele Marie Claypoole, 62, of Packard Road, Rensselaerville, died Saturday, February 16, 2008, at her home, surrounded by her family.

Ms. Claypoole was born on October 11, 1945 in Plainfield, New Jersey, a daughter of the late Anthony and Mary (Amato) Novello.

She worked for St. Peter’s Hospital as a home health aide before retiring.

Adele loved baking, gardening and spending time with her grandchildren.

She is survived by the love of her life, Gary Packard of Rensselaerville and by sons, T. Claypoole and his wife Carrie of Middleburgh, New York, Joseph Claypoole and his wife Robin of  Port Jervis, New York, Newton Packard of Rensselaerville, Glenn Packard and his wife Amy of Cobleskill, New York; grandchildren, Jared and Mara Claypoole and Christian and Neka Packard; brothers, Richard and Frank Novello of Rahway, New Jersey.

A memorial Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Thursday, February 21, at St. Catherine’s Church, Main Street, Middleburgh, New York.

Father Thomas Holmes will be the celebrant.

The Palmer & Shaylor Inc. Funeral Home, Middleburgh and the Mereness-Putnam Funeral Home, Cobleskill are assisting with the arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be sent to St. Catherine’s Church, Main St., Middleburgh, NY 12122.

Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.palmershaylorfuneral-home.com.


February 21, 2008

FLOYD O. COONS

Truck driver

Floyd O. Coons, ‘Lil General,’ 81 years, of New Baltimore, New York, passed away at his home on February 14, 2008.

He was born in Medway, New York, on June 10, 1926, son of the late Howard and Edith (Losee) Coons.

He served during World War II in the US Navy.

He operated Coons & Schoonmaker Block Mfg. until 1956 and then was a self-employed truck driver driving for Callanan Industries, South Bethlehem, New York, until his retirement.

He was an avid golfer and loved traveling and enjoyed working with wood as a carpenter.

Floyd enjoyed people and was a friend to all he met.

He spent his winters in Florida at Pompano Beach.

Floyd was predeceased by a wife, Jean (Best) Coons.

Surviving are his wife, Edith (Eisenhardt) Coons of New Baltimore, New York; and one son, Thomas Coons (Donna) of Medway, New York; two grandchildren, Chad Traeger and Stephanie Elwyn; and three great-grandchildren, Camryn Elwyn, Audry Elwyn, and Ylexzis Traeger.

Funeral service was Monday, February 18 at 2 p.m. at the Cunningham Funeral Home, 4898 SR 81, Greenville, New York.

Friends called at the funeral home prior to the service.

Interment will, weather permitting, be in the Medway Church Cemetery.

Those who wish may contribute in Floyd’s memory to a Hospice of their choice.


February 21, 2008

 

DANIEL M. OLMSTED

Large machine operator

Daniel M. Olmsted, 68 of Voorheesville, died on Wednesday, February 13, 2008 after a battle with cancer.

He was born on June 8, 1939 in Catskill, New York.

He attended Greenville Central School and served in Korea for four years.

Daniel was employed for 30 years by Don Millious as a large machine operator.

Daniel is survived by his mother, Muriel Cook of Coxsackie; daughter Melissa (Bill) Jankowski; two grandchildren, Nicholas and AnnRose Jankowski of Jacksonville, Florida; brother Don (Jan) Olmsted of Norton Hill and Tuscan, Arizona; sister Sally (John) Bogardus Dyce; several nieces and nephews; and longtime companion Dorothy Allen of Voorheesville.

Daniel was predeceased by his father Donald Olmsted and two brothers, David and Dale Olmsted.

At Daniel’s request there will be no services.

Burial will be in the Freehold Cemetery in the spring.

Arrangements were made under the direction of the Babcock Funeral Home, Ravena.


February 21, 2008

PAUL J. SUTTER

Paul J. Sutter, 89, died Feb. 11, 2008 at his residence on Bross St., Cairo, in the presence of his loved ones. Funeral arrangements under the direction of the Richards Funeral Home, Cairo will be announced.


February 21, 2008

BARBARA BACON VALICENTI

Councilwoman/Animal lover

Barbara Bacon Valicenti, 76, of Norton Hill, New York, died Thursday, February 14, 2008.

She was born in Queens, New York, the only child of Arnold and Emma Mowbray Bacon.

Barbara served for many years as a councilman for the Town of Greenville and was a charter member of the Greenville Republican Club.

She was an animal lover, as well as an accomplished horsewoman, and was known for her ability to nurse an ailing dog or horse back to health.

She was an avid reader, persistent in her quest for knowledge, which she freely shared with all who would listen.

In addition to her parents, Barbara was predeceased by her husband, former NYS Police Senior Investigator Joseph Valicenti, on March 19, 1992.

She is survived by three children, Barbara A. Valicenti, Joseph J. Valicenti (Joy) and Belinda Waldron; son-in-law Curtis Waldron; granddaughters Leah and Diana Waldron; grandson Zachary Linhoff ; and her beloved German Shepherd, Tristin.

Calling hours will be Saturday, February 23 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Cunningham Funeral Home, 4898 SR 81, Greenville, New York.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to the Columbia-Greene Humane Society, 125 Humane Society Rd., Hudson, NY 12534 or the Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood, 259 Lark St., Albany, NY 12210.


February 21, 2008

AGNES J. WALSH

Agnes J. Walsh, 73, of Freehold (formerly of Park Slope, Brooklyn,) passed away on Feb. 10, 2008,  in the Hospice Inn at St. Peter’s in Albany.

Agnes was born in Mayo Abbey, Ireland, on September 23, 1934, daughter of the late Michael and Mary (Bodkin) Moran.

She was a beloved wife, daughter, sister, aunt, great-aunt, great-great aunt and godmother.

She was a member of the Greenville Irish American Club.

Agnes was predeceased by a brother, Michael Moran, a sister, Mary (Moran) Lynn, a beloved niece, Kathleen Moran, who died tragically at the World Trade Center (9/11), and Kathleen’s mother, Katie Moran, who died recently.

Surviving are her beloved husband, Timothy (Joe) Walsh of Freehold,  two sisters, Anne Theresa “Nancy” (Moran) Glover of New Jersey and Delia Elizabeth “Della” (Moran) Kilkenny of Missouri, two brothers, Luke Moran of New Jersey and John Moran of Ireland; several nieces and nephews, great-great nieces and nephews, and many dear friends.

Funeral service will be Saturday, Feb. 16, 2008, at 10:30 a.m. from the Cunningham Funeral Home,  Greenville, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. at St. John the Baptist Church with Rev. Jeremiah Nunan, Celebrant.

Friends may call at the funeral home on Friday, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

Interment, weather permitting, will be in the Greenville Cemetery, Greenville.

Those who wish may contribute in Agnes’ memory to the Community Hospice of Albany, 445 New Karner Road, Albany, NY 12205 for the kind and gentle care shown to Agnes at the Hospice Inn at St. Peter’s Hospital.


February 21, 2008

GRACE M. WETMORE

Telephone operator

Grace M. Wetmore, 97, of Oak Hill, New York, passed away at the St. Peter’s Hospice Inn in Albany, New York on February 16, 2008.

She was born in Passaic, New Jersey on January 4, 1911, daughter of the late Edward and Margaret (VanDorn) Moreland.

Grace was a retired telephone operator having started working in the telephone office on School House Hill Road in Oak Hill, New York and then in Watervliet and Albany.

She was an active member of the Greenville Golden Age Group and was the oldest at the last two Greenville Old-Timers Christmas parties that she attended.

She was predeceased by her husband, Phil Wetmore; three brothers, Raymond, Russell and Winfield Moreland; and a niece, Margaret Pinte.

Surviving are two stepsons, Stanley Wetmore of Oak Hill, New York, and Donald Wetmore (Debbie) of Concord, North Carolina; and a niece, Ruth Sapp of Ocala, Florida.

Funeral service was 2 p.m. Wednesday,  February 20 at the Cunningham Funeral Home, 4898 SR 81, Greenville, New York.

Friends called at the funeral home on Wednesday from 12 noon to 2 p.m. prior to the service.

Interment was in the Cornwallville Cemetery.

Those who desire may contribute in her memory to the Community Hospice of Albany, 445 New Karner Road, Albany, NY 12205.


February 28, 2008

RUSSELL A. JENNINGS

Carpenter

Russell A. Jennings, 85, of Norton Hill, New York, passed away at his home on February 22, 2008 with his family by his side.

Russ was born in the Town of Rensselaerville on May 16, 1922, son of the late Aaron and Jean (Farquhar) Jennings.

He was a graduate of GCS and served in the US Army Air Corps during World War II.

A nose gunner on a B24 he received an EAME with six Bronze Stars and was in air combat in the Rome-Arno, N. Appennines, Po Valley and Rhineland campaigns.

A self-employed carpenter, he was a member and past commander of the Greenville American Legion Post No. 291.

He and his late brother Walt built the American Legion Post building and pole pavilion.

An avid fisherman and hunter, he enjoyed his vegetable garden and traveling, having been to every state but Hawaii.

He also loved to ride with his son David in his large truck.

He was predeceased by his beloved wife Anne (Lampman) Jennings in 1990; two sisters, Wilhelmina Yeomans and Dorothy Mahoney; and his three brothers, Webster, Walton and John Jennings.

Surviving are two sons, David Jennings (Evelyn), Robert Jennings (Jane); nine grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; one great-great grandchild; and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral service was at 11 a.m. Wednesday, February 27, at the Cunningham Funeral Home, Greenville, New York..

Friends called at the funeral home on Tuesday.

The Greenville American Legion conducted services at the funeral home on Tuesday evening.

Weather conditions permitting interment will be in the Medusa Cemetery.

Those who desire may contribute in his memory to the Community Hospice, the Greenville American Legion Post No. 291, or to the Greenville Rescue Squad.


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