The Freemans Journal - Cooperstowns Newspaper Since 1808: Obituaries

Rose M. Tuller, 87; Active In Hartwick

HARTWICK Rose M. Tuller, 87, who was active in Hartwick village life, including a glow department auxiliary, died early Friday morning, Nov. 21, 2008, during A. O. Fox Nursing Home in Oneonta.She was innate Sept. 14, 1921, in Oregon, a daughter of John as well as Mary Rohwein. Rose was lifted in Scio, Ore., where she met her destiny husband, Clyde J. Tuller, when he went out west for his job. The dual were tied together upon Sept. 10, 1945, in Bremerton, Wash. Following their wedding, a integrate changed behind to Clydes hometown of Hartwick, where they lifted their family. Rose is survived by a single daughter, Patricia A. Tuller as well as her significant other, Jason Thorne, of Davenport Center; dual sons, Dennis C. Tuller as well as his mom Linda, of Rochester, as well as John J. Tuller as well as his mom Linda, of New Berlin; her grandchildren, Matthew, Mark, Kristen, Jeff, Mike as well as Tommy; several good grandchildren, as well as dual sisters, Joanne Jackson as well as Virginia Crotts.She was predeceased by her husband, Clyde, who died Jun 18, 1982.A Mass of Christian Burial was offered during noon, Tuesday, Nov. 25, during St. Marys Our Lady of a Lake Roman Catholic Church in Cooperstown with Fr. John P. Rosson, pastor, officiating.Immediately following a mass, there was a reception in St. Marys Parish Hall.Burial was private in Hartwick Cemetery.Memorial donations might be done to a Hartwick Emergency Squad, P.O. Box 208, Hartwick, NY 13348.Funeral arrangements were under a direction of a Connell, Dow & Deysenroth Funeral Home, Cooperstown.

William F. Anderson Jr., 71; Painter, Musician

SPRINGFIELD CENTER William Francis Anderson Jr., 71, painter, musician as well as proprietor of Springfield Center, upheld divided Saturday, Nov. 22, 2008, during Bassett Healthcare, Cooperstown.He was innate Dec. 18, 1936, in Hackensack, N.J., a son of William F. as well as Carolyn (Hopper) Anderson. He outlayed his early hold up in Allendale, N.J., as well as was a 1954 graduate of Ramsey High School.He worked as an eccentric executive doing paper unresolved as well as painting. He enjoyed Blue Grass song as well as played a banjo not long ago during Applefest as well as a Cooperstown Farmers Market. He was a lifelong Red Sox fan, enjoyed fly fishing, as well as performed in past Cherry Valley village musicals.He was a part of of St. Marys Episcopal Church in Springfield Center as well as sang in a church choir.Survivors embody his mom Yvette, of Springfield Center; a son Mark as well as his mom Debbie of Roseboom; a son Scott of Cooperstown; a daughter Tracy as well as her father Fred Hussey of Hingham, Mass.; a daughter Amy as well as her father William Crean of Hingham, Mass.; grandchildren: Christopher as well as Annalia Anderson; Carly, Heather as well as Will Hussey; Charlie, Henry, as well as Aidan Crean; stepchildren: Robert (Linda) Wszolek, Marie (Ted) Tiska; Step grandchildren: Mitchell Wszolek, Ben as well as Sam Tiska.He was predeceased by his parents, as well as a sister, Judith.Burial will be during a convenience of a family in a spring.Memorial donations might be done to a Cooperstown Emergency Squad, P.O. Box 322, Cooperstown, NY 13326.

Victor Itzen, 90; He, 4 Siblings Served In WWII

COOPERSTOWN Victor Itzen, 90, a World War II veteran, of Cooperstown as well as formerly of Milford Center, upheld divided a sunrise of Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2008 during Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital in Cooperstown.He was innate Sept. 28, 1918 in Wyckoff, NJ, a son of Charles F. as well as Eliza (Teller) Itzen. One of 6 children, he was always unapproachable of a fact which he as well as 3 of his 5 siblings served their country during World War II. In 1941, Victor enlisted in a military as well as served during World War II with a United States Army Air Forces upon a West Coast as well as in a Aleutian Islands. He received his honest discharge in 1945 having attained a arrange of Sergeant.On Nov. 17, 1946, Victor tied together Lois Laura Nelson in Wyckoff, NJ. The family changed to Milford Center in 1951 where they enjoyed raising as well as caring for sheep upon their family farm. In 1988, a integrate changed to their home in a Town of Middlefield.A machine operator by trade, he was in use for most years by Simmonds Precision in Norwich. Victor is survived by his mom of 62 years, Lois, of Cooperstown; a single daughter, Mrs. Vicky Roberson as well as her husband, Alan, of Lewisville, Tex.; a son-in-law, Dale Howe, of Bertha, Minn.; 5 grandchildren; as well as 3 good grandchildren.In further to his parents, he was predeceased by a single daughter, Nancy Itzen Howe, who died in 1973, as well as a single granddaughter, Michelle L. Stanton, who died in 2004. A graveside service was offered during 1 p.m. upon Monday, November 24, 2008 in a Milford Center Cemetery with a Rev. Stephen D. Fournier, priest of a Milford Center Community Bible Church, officiating. Military Honors were accorded by a New York State Military Forces Honor Guard.Funeral arrangements were under a direction of a Connell, Dow & Deysenroth Funeral Home in Cooperstown.

Grace Sittler, 100; Loving Caregiver

COOPERSTOWN Grace Sittler, 100, of Cooperstown as well as formerly of Brooklyn, upheld divided Monday morning, Nov. 24, 2008 during Otsego Manor.Grace was innate March 12, 1908 in Brooklyn, a second youngest as well as final flourishing of eleven young kids of Rudolph G. as well as Mathilda (Hauff) Sittler.She was lifted as well as attended school in Brooklyn. She after lived in Ridgewood upon Long Island until relocating to Cooperstown to be closer to family, namely her brother, Irving Sittler, given deceased, as well as her sister-in-law, Dorothea, of Middlefield as well as her nephew, Lester A. Sittler as well as his family of Fly Creek.Grace was very active in her church, a Light House Assembly of God in Ridgewood, as well as after a Cooperstown Assembly of God.She was a loving caregiver for her mother, Mathilda, until her death as well as later, cared for her brother, Lester, during his depot illness. She then worked for a City of New York in a Senior Citizen program in Manhattan until her retirement.Grace never married, but took good happiness in a lives of her most nieces as well as nephews as well as their children. She was their favorite aunt as well as will be greatly missed. Grace is survived by her sister-in-law, Dorothea Sittler of Middlefield; as well as most nieces as well as nephews, Lester A. Sittler as well as his mom Karen of Fly Creek, Corinne Stuart of Fishkill, Susan Sittler of New York City, Edward Sittler as well as his mom Linda of Maryland, Madelyn Nicholson as well as her father Douglas of Long Island, as well as Dorothy Webb of Elmira. Also flourishing have been most grand-nieces, grand-nephews, good grand-nieces as well as good grand-nephews.A memorial service will be offered during eleven a.m. upon Saturday, Nov. 29, in a Chapel during Otsego Manor, 128 Phoenix Mills Cross Road, Cooperstown, with a Rev. Ameen Aswad, officiating.Burial will be after in a Ouleout Valley Cemetery in Franklin.Memorial gifts might be done to a Cooperstown Assembly of God, 4354 State Highway 80, Hartwick, NY 13348 or to Otsego Manor Activities Fund for a good of Rolling Hills, 128 Phoenix Mills Cross Road, Cooperstown, NY 13326.Arrangements have been with a Connell, Dow & Deysenroth Funeral Home in Cooperstown.

Linda Fahey, 47; Cowgirl Fought Cancer Bravely

RICHFIELD SPRINGS Linda E. Fahey, 47, lost her courageous battle with cancer upon Nov. 25, 2008, after a five-year struggle. She upheld divided during her home.She was innate Nov. 8, 1961, during Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, a daughter of Derwin A. Utter as well as Claudine Camp. She tied together Steven A. Fahey upon Jun 12, 2004.She was a 1980 graduate of Cherry Valley Central School as well as an avid sports enthusiast. She outlayed most happy hours with her dogs, Max as well as Charlie, as well as horseback roving with her girlfriends, a Cowgirls From Hell.Linda worked most years as a teachers assistant. She was final in use during Milford Central School. She was desired by all, teachers as well as students as well as will be missed. Linda had most friends who offered much support as well as most prayers.Survivors embody her father Steven; her 4 good kids: Ryan James Burst, Kendra Lynn Burst, Ethan Wey Burst as well as Jessica Fahey; her parents; a sister, Sharon (Russell) Flint; brothers Larry (Lisa) Utter as well as Dennis (Chris) Utter; special friends, Terry Hayward, Belinda Mott, Deidre Yerdon; her niece, Jill Marie Flint; her nephews, Josh Flint, Austin (Crystal) Utter, Derek Utter, Grant Utter and, Dylan Utter, as well as most aunts, uncles as well as cousins.Funeral services will be during 11:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 28, during a First Presbyterian Church, Cherry Valley, with Rev. Ron Fralick officiating.At Lindas request there will be no job hours. She asked which her adore be spread among all.Memorial contributions might be done to St. Judes Hospital for Children.Many thanks go to a Catskill Area Hospice as well as Pallative Care, Oneonta, for their hours of merciful care.Arrangements were entrusted to a Ottman Funeral Home, Cherry Valley.

Lucille Tanner Dies

Word has been received which Lucille Pearsall Tanner, 70, upheld divided Nov. 2 in Akron, Ohio. A full necrology will crop up subsequent week.

Labels: 11-28-08, Obituaries

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