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We also have a Business Card Page. Click here or on the ad above to reach the Schuyler County Partnership for Economic Development website.
Click on the ad below to go to the Schuyler County Transit schedule. Click on the logo below to reach the Arc of Schuyler County website. To reach the Jeff's On-Site Services website, click here. Celebrating 33 Years of Service. Brian grew up in Odessa, Montour and Reading Center. He was a reluctant student, but an avid football and baseball player. Brian was known as a character and could bring anyone to a good laugh with his stories. He had great friends, he loved sports and enjoyed playing just about anything whenever the opportunity arose.
He loved hunting with family and made that a priority for many years. He joined the Marine Corps in and served through He was a determined mechanic and received multiple accolades for his service to our Country including his Certificate of Commendation in , as well as his Meritorious Mast in He loved being near his mom and spending time with his close friends, Dan, John and Rob.
Dan, Heather and the entire family considered him one of their own. Age 60, of Montour Falls, passed away on Monday, October 22, She previously worked at Brooks Drug Store and Jamesway.
Brian was a carpenter with Carpenters Local Union for many years. He was most happy hunting, trapping, raising livestock and tending to his gardens as he loved the outdoors. Relatives and friends are invited to call on Friday, October 26 from p. A memorial service will be held at a later date. He graduated from Odessa-Montour High School in He enjoyed his grandchildren, traveling, spending time at the lake with his family, and watching over his mother. He was predeceased by his father, Charles H.
Williams, and by his brother, Jeffrey C. Relatives and friends are invited to call on Thursday, October 25 from p. His funeral service will be held on Friday, October 26 at Kenny worked for the Yates County Highway Department as a young man. He then worked for the Labor Union out of Elmira. Kenny then worked for Schuyler Hospital as a maintenance mechanic for many years.
His final job was at Davis Road for Pathways in Corning as a maintenance mechanic. Kenny was a skilled, self-taught tradesman. He took great pride in his work.
Kenny was an animal lover and took wonderful care of his many pets. He also loved the water, whether it was the ocean or the many beautiful lakes he visited. He enjoyed reading and learning, particularly about history, anthropology, science, and expository teachings of the Bible. He was a lifelong learner. Kenny also really enjoyed music, especially classic country and rock.
He found great joy in and was very proud of his grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Kenny also had faithful friends and neighbors who brought a lot of joy to his life.
His family would like to thank the amazingly kind and compassionate nurses, aides and doctors at the Arnot Ogden Hospital for their care of Kenny in his final days.
Thank you, also, to his nurse and aide at Seneca View for their care of Kenny on his last day. We are very grateful! According to his wishes, there are no services. Age 85, of Beaver Dams, NY, passed away in the comfort and presence of her family on October 19, She enjoyed Flea Markets, quilt making, Appaloosa horses, painting, drawing and gardening.
According to her wishes there are no public services. A private burial will be held at Beaver Dams Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Richard Edward Dibble Dick or Dr. He was the oldest of four. It was in Albany that he met Josephine Estrada. He proposed after only four months of dating and married in Five years later they had their first daughter, Cristina.
Shortly after, they moved to Long Island, where his second daughter, Diana, was born. Dick established himself as a respected professional within the field of Human Resources on Long Island.
A natural professional mentor to numerous students and professionals, Dick earned four degrees -- a B. His passion for promoting education and professional advancement continues through the Dr. Dick enjoyed the works of English authors John le Carre, P. James, and Colin Dexter.
He admired fine woodworking Thos. Moser , art work, and Irish wool sweaters. He was a collector of stamps, coins, and pens. Dick was quick-witted, resilient, and had a great sense of humor. Be it family, friends, neighbors, students, or colleagues, Dick was the go-to person when you needed advice. Dick had a love for travel and was fortunate to visit several countries including: He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Jo Estrada; his daughters, Cristina E.
Stroup and Diana E. Despite having Muscular Dystrophy since he was 18, he achieved much and lived a full life. Dick died on October 13, , at 71 years of age. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Dr. Dibble scholarship fund at NYIT, found at https: Dibble Scholarship can be found in the "Designation" drop-down box. Relatives and friends are invited to call on Thursday, October 25, from p. Burial will follow in Montour Cemetery. She attended high school in Horseheads, NY, class of Diana met her husband, Richard Clugstone, in and spent eighteen years of love and marriage, settled down in Schuyler County, NY.
Diana enjoyed spending free time with her many friends and family and lighting up any room with her smile. She also enjoyed her occupation as store manager of Speedway in Elmira Heights very much. That is where she met a lot of her newer friends later on in life. Diana loved seeing the familiar faces of her regular customers daily. She said it always made the job worthwhile. Diana also took a tremendous amount of pride in her children and grandchildren.
She loved every minute she could spend with her family. Diana was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in late and began a long and hard journey with surgery and treatments. She never once lost her smile or her hope. In early Diana sought out in-patient treatment with Schuyler Hospital's Skilled Nursing Facility when home life became too troublesome. On October 7, our beautiful Diana called a truce with her cancer. She traded a broken and burdened body for a brand new one.
She's singing and dancing in the clouds watching over all of her many loved ones. He was born in Elmira on August 10, He married Helen Nelson in February of She passed away in He also enjoyed fishing and racing with his daughter and son-in-law. He enjoyed giving his daughter rides around Watkins Glen on his three-wheel bike when she was a child. A memorial service will be held on Friday, October 19 at 1: Please bring a dish to pass. Ruth enjoyed reading, puzzles, and collecting bird houses.
She was predeceased by her husband, Harland Trenchard, Sr. A graveside service will be held on Friday, October 12 at 1:
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Vermont poet Wyn Cooper will be a guest speaker at the St. Cooper is the author of three books of poems: His collaborations and performances with author and musician Madison Smartt Bell have generated a music CD "Forty Words for Fear" which is described as "sonic moonshine" by Esquire Magazine. Cooper collaborated with Bell for "Postcards Out of the Blue.
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For a copy of the flyer, click here. A day of collaborative singing and workshops will culminate with a performance at North Church in St. Established in , Counterpoint is dedicated to promoting choral chamber music and giving the public the opportunity to hear rarely performed works. The title of the program is "Ancients and Moderns. This lantern ceremony focuses on recommitment to making health and safe decisions, and encouraging others to do the same.
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Senior Katherine Bull helped to present the results of the third annual survey conducted by Vermont teenage girls, the Girl Scouts and the Vermont Commission on Women concerning the health, sex and drug habits of teenage girls.
About girls responded to the Vermont survey. For a copy of the Times Argus article, click here. The School Calendar is available- click here. For a weekly update on the sports schedule, visit the Athletic News section. The Athletics section on our website provides team scheduled, game results, roster info and more! Academy press releases are posted on the school's new website the same day they are sent to the media. Why wait for the newspaper? The website also posts Hilltopper sports results the morning after games, and the Daily Bulletin, also known as Chapel Announcements.
Click here for the News Page! The Parent's Weekly Newsletter is archived each week. To visit the archive, click here. If you have others in your family interested in receiving the weekly newsletter, please provide us their email addresses! Send them to hilltoppers stjacademy. For biographies of both speakers, please visit the News section.
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