Phyllis' career was one focused on the care of mentally-and physically-disabled individuals through her work at various Finger Lakes-area social service agencies. Together they had six children over 10 years before separating, and ultimately divorcing in 1974.
Please visit send a message of condolence to the Allen family. Laurel was predeceased by her paternal grandfather, David Gray in 2017. He was a 1993 graduate of Marcus Whitman High School. Wayne was born July 3, 1934 in York, NY, to the late Walter George Hovey and Mildred Virginia King Hovey. He also enjoyed hunting, traveling, NASCAR, the New York Yankees and the Syracuse Orange basketball team. Contributions in her memory may be made to the Methodist Church, Seneca Castle, NY 14547; or the 4-H Camp Bristol Hills, Bathroom Update Campaign, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ontario County, 480 N.
Phil was predeceased by his maternal grandparents, Ward and Elizabeth Emerson; and his paternal grandparents, Stuart and Ruth Allen. She loved car racing, hiking and family gatherings. Laurel is survived by her parents, Steven and Stacy Gray; one brother, Evan Gray; maternal grandparents Dolly Van Sickle and Howard Van Sickle; paternal grandmother, Manina Gray; and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Ty is survived by his wife, Audrey “Jeanne” Phillips; two sons, Robert (Jeanne Marie) Phillips and Charles (Jean) Phillips ; one daughter, Regina (Ronald) Lewis; two grandsons, Joshua and Kyle; two great-grandchildren; two brothers, Glenn (Pat) Phillips of Virginia and Walter (Dolores) Phillips of Phelps; one sister, Bonnie (Bill) Furkin of Clifton Springs; and several nieces and nephews. They were married May 20, 1961 at the Liska’s Kill Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, by the Rev. Wayne is survived by his wife, Barbara Hovey; daughter, Michele (David Johnson) Hovey Childs of Rochester, NY; son, Bruce (Diane) Hovey of Stanley, NY; brother and sister-in-law, Brian and Joyce Hovey of Pavilion, NY; and several nieces and nephews. He enjoyed snowmobiling on Tug Hill and at Yellowstone National Park. She also leaves her beloved grandchildren, Jennifer, Michael, John (Kristine), Justin and Matthew Brooks; and several great-grandchildren.
Elsie followed her nursing career as a RN in the Geneva Hospital until the 1970’s and then worked as a volunteer nurse for the Rushville clinic for many years. Burial will be in Rushville Cemetery, with military honors. Ron was a graduate of Gorham Central School Class of 1961 and Morrisville State College Class of 1963. Mike was born in Penn Yan and was the son of the late Arthur and Betty Allen. He enjoyed hunting and racing stock cars, mini sprint cars and modified asphalt cars. Mark founded Wings for Cystic Fibrosis, a non-profit organization, to raise awareness of Cystic Fibrosis, and to help other CF’ers with their financial burdens. She was a member of Zion Fellowship Church in Canandaigua. Three brilliant children by birth, Christopher, Lisa and Sandy.
Please visit send a message of condolence for the Gray family. The farm is now operated by their son and grandson. 5, 1935 in Macedon, NY; raised in Farmington, NY; enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in February 1953 and discharged as Corporal in February 1956. Thompson was a self-employed tractor trailer operator, leased first to RFC Transport, STL Transport and spent his last 27 years before retirement leased with Concrete Delivery in Rochester, NY. He is survived by his daughter and three sons, Cynthia L. Thompson of Santa Monica, CA; one sister, Connie Reed of Rushville, NY; and several nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be send to a charity that Mike supported, Wounded Warrior Project, P. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675; or to the Stanley Fire Company, P. Box 481, Stanley, NY 14561, where Mike had been a life-time member and former Fire Chief. Mike is survived by his wife of 45 years, Sharon Allen; two sons, Aaron (Coco) Allen of Corbin, KY and Matthew (Sara Bills) Allen of Macedon, NY; two grandchildren, Kaila Marie Allen and Noah Michael Allen; sister, Jana Reavis; nephew, Charles (Stacy) Reavis; "brother", Tom (Ann) Dublin; several brothers and sisters-in-law; and many friends. Debbie is survived by her husband, Richard “Rick” Hamilton; son, Jeremy Hamilton; several grandchildren; one great-grandchild; siblings, Randy (Liz) Gavette, Cathy (Kevin Hunt) Gage, Mark (Donna Parks) Gavette, Dee (Clint) Howell and Susan (Jim) Merit; brother-in-law, Clyde (Audrey) Hamilton; three sisters-in-law, Ruth Kerrick, Mary Stine, and Lois Jackson; and several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. He played the guitar, and was an artist and wood carver. Leslie enjoyed crafts, gardening and her grandchildren.
He graduated in 1977 with the first class of Marcus Whitman High School. Phil enjoyed working in his shop, and doing yard work. He faithfully followed his children’s and then his grandchildren’s activities. Laurel was a 2016 graduate of Marcus Whitman High School. Paul is survived by his son, Kyle Milton; his beloved fiancé, Jodi Johnson; his mother, Kathleen Milton; sister, Amy (Lisa) Milton-Cannon; brother, Lance (Amanda) Milton; niece, Elizabeth Milton; three nephews, Evan, Drew, and Aiden Milton-Cannon; mother of his son, Myriah Milton; and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Ty was retired from the Yates County Sheriff’s Department. Even the children wanted to make sure they got to say, “Hi” when they came in. William is survived by his mother, Robin Larson Rohrer; father, William A.
Phil and his wife, Lianne, were owners of the Gorham Market, since January of 2016. He was thoughtful and fun and made every family gathering special. Please visit send a message of condolence to the Milton family. Hackett, Jr., age 62, died unexpectedly on Saturday, Dec. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105; or to Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Duodenal Cancer Research, Elm & Carlton Streets, Buffalo, NY 14263. He most recently was employed at the Tops (formerly Big M) in Clifton Springs, where all the patrons got to know what a great man he was.
Born October 18, 1934 in Geneva, NY to Emma Josie Merithew [d. Phyllis grew up in an active farming family in Lodi, NY.
It’s no exaggeration that everyone agrees amongst his best qualities were his loyalty and moral compass. Jamie is survived by two daughters, Julie Berry and Katie Berry, both of Stanley; his father, James Berry; his brother, Joel Berry; the mother of his children, Lori Stuchkus Berry; his second wife, Karen Berry; her children, Shawn (Brianne) Snyder, Tara (Neil) O’Brien and Tania Chen, and her grandchildren; five aunts, Pauline Kulzer, Jennifer (Wayne) Savage, Ann Marie Comfort, Mickey (Roland) Dowen, and Barb (Leonard) Bolton; one uncle, Allen Owen; many cousins; his dog, “Bear”; and many special friends at the Victor School Bus Garage.
Sharon was predeceased by her husband, William Anderson. Memorial contributions may be made to Friendship House, c/o Regina Bell, 3682 Rte. She exemplified the 4-H Motto “To Make the Best Better” with her love of teaching students from pre-school through college. In addition to her devotion to her family, Elsie loved to garden, was a wonderful cook and crocheted many beautiful items for family and friends. She was very proud of her Danish heritage and travelled to Denmark multiple times to visit her parents’ homesteads and extended family. He was employed at Seedway, Blowers Fertilizer, Agway Bean Plant in Caledonia, NY and King Cole Bean Plant in Avon, NY. Randazzo, Sr.; three children, Michelle (Edward) Cozene, Michael F. (Kristen) Randazzo; five grandchildren, Zoey Cozene, Braydon Randazzo, Gavin Randazzo, Ella Randazzo and Ava Randazzo; mother, Mildred White; two sisters, Linda (Arthur) Marquis and Lorie (David) Young; brother, Robert (Eileen) Bulluck; and several nieces and nephews. Eugene Vincent Bell was born May 1, 1927 in New York City, the youngest of five to Joseph and Mary Bell. Jude's Parish where he served as head altar boy. He was a 1980 graduate of Marcus Whitman High School.