She was a member of First Baptist Church of Mauldin, SC. Memorial contributions may be made to Seneca-Cayuga ARC, 1083 Waterloo-Geneva Rd., Waterloo, NY 13165. _____________________________________________________ is survived by one son, Edward (Deborah) Nageldinger; one daughter, Susan (Jay) Kent; grandson, Brian Nageldinger; granddaughter, Amy Nageldinger; brother, Robert (Sandra) Ansley; brother-in-law, Warren (Connie) Foster; and several nieces and nephews.________________________________________________ Middlesex- Laurel A. Please visit send a message of condolence to the Gray family. Paul was a true patriot and he was extremely proud of the years he served his country in the U. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Sandra; three sons, Terry (Debbie Mack) and family, Robert (Clare) and family, and Michael (Rondi); one daughter, Susan Button; two grandsons, Leon and Bob; one granddaughter, Bryn; two sisters, Anne Arnold and Marilyn Cornish; ; two sisters-in-law, Phyllis Button and Nancy Hey; brother-in-law, Dudley (Percy) Voorhees; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Main St., Canandaigua, NY 14424born Elsie Marie Koek in Penn Yan, NY to Chresten and Agnes Koek on May 9, 1924.

Left to grieve her passing are her six children: Rev. Brock was born November 14, 1953 in Providence, RI, and was the son of the late Lloyd and Alice Marshall Kinnear. Gray, 19, died unexpectedly on Thursday, January 4, 2018. _______________________________________________________ Rushville- Paul M. Milton, 42, died unexpectedly at his home on Saturday, Dec. Services will be private and at the convenience of the family. He was a Director of the NY Steam Engine Association. She graduated from Penn Yan high school and Myers Memorial Hospital Nursing School in Buffalo where she received her RN nursing degree. Chris is survived his wife, Jamie; three daughters, Kailyn, Cirstyn and Kendra De Rosia; his father, Leo De Rosia; his step-parents, John and Martha Shields, Jr., and his grandmother, Shirley Doucet.

_____________________________________________ Sharon Tyson Anderson, age 65, died Thursday, Feb. Together they had six children over 10 years before separating, and ultimately divorcing in 1974.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Ron stood at the grill every day cooking food for all to enjoy (no one ever left hungry). He enjoyed sitting and drinking coffee with all of the regulars that came in.

Upon breathing her final breath on this earth she no doubt leapt for joy to begin breathing pure celestial air with no assistance from a portable oxygen tank. 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.

Family and friends may call Sunday, February 18, -5 PM at the Kenneth J. A Funeral Service will be held Tuesday, February 20 at 2 PM at the funeral home. Born October 18, 1934 in Geneva, NY to Emma Josie Merithew [d. Phyllis grew up in an active farming family in Lodi, NY.

Today her fingerprints are on the lives of over a thousand people whom she held in her arms as babies. “The easiest thing in the world we do is underestimate the intelligence of birth to six-month olds! This reality, combined with over a half century with asthma, made life increasingly challenging. Please visit send a condolence to the Sharon’s family. Elaine is survived by her husband of 59 years, Rev. Edward Kennedy; daughter, Esther Kennedy; son, Eben (Eileen) Kennedy; two grandchildren, Emilyn Kennedy and Ethan Kennedy; brother, Lee (Pam) Kahler; sisters-in-law, Penny (Robert) Harriger and Pam Kennedy; nieces and nephews; and her beloved dog, Celia. Elsie’s Danish pastry was a much sought-after item at church bake sales. Ron is survived by his wife of 47 years, Beverly Marie Iddings Christensen; daughter, Christine Ann Christensen Olsen; two sons, Derek Ronald (Kristine) Christensen and Kyle Allen Christensen; five grandchildren, Anthony and Matthew Olsen, Dawsen, Leah and Jenna Christensen; and several cousins. In school, he studied to be a draftsman and in WWII he served in the US Navy aboard the USS Benewah. In fact, his snazzy uniform was what attracted Virginia Collins when they first met. Brandon is survived by his daughter, Hallie Lynn Perry; his mother, Vicky Harris; his sister, Natosha Orr; brother, David (Holly) Cooley; brother, Brendon (Valorie Rosatto) Perry; and sister, Brianna Mahan; nieces, Nevaeh Robinson and Aiyanna Perry; nephew, Kayden Schafer; grandmother, Carolyn (John) Gillam; grandfather, Roger Perry; three aunts, Molly (Eric) Johnson, Shawna Orr and Crystal Mc Quaid; and several cousins. Jamie also graduated from the Diesel Technical Institute in Cleveland, Ohio.

Three years later she began yet another chapter when she could no longer care for herself and required assisted living with 24/7 oxygen. _______________________________________________ Canandaigua- Elaine K. Kennedy, age 80, Wife, Parent, Loving Grandmother, Teacher, FHA hero, 4-H’er, “Shoaler”, and Minister’s Wife died January 21, 2018. Please visit to send a condolence to the Kennedy family. Elsie was a devoted and loved mother and grandmother, and is survived by her sister Agnes De Bolt of Penn Yan, NY; and her children: Ralph James Hemminger of Chicago, Ill.; Dawn (Bill) Smith of Clifton Springs, NY; Joline (James Kraker) Hemminger of Cazenovia, NY; and Dale (Connie) Hemminger of Geneva, NY. Of course, it was everything else about him that made her fall in love for a lifetime. He worked as a mechanic at Fairport Schools; and retired as Head Mechanic at Victor Central School in September of 2016. He could fix anything, and he would do so for anyone who asked for his help. Jamie designed and built numerous houses and barns for family and friends.

Under stress she was the epitome of patience, flexibility, dependability, loyalty and endurance. 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.

One of the primary talents she passed on to most of her children was playing the piano. 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.

For the next four years she was cared for by the ever-diligent caregiving staff of Morningside of Seneca, eventually moving to Pendleton Manor where she spent her final seven months. ___________________________________________________ Penn Yan/Gorham- Richard J. She also is survived by 8 grandchildren: Chris (Meredith) Ruthven; Jason Smith; Evan (Christy) Kraker; Jesse Kraker; Jeremy (Erin) Kraker; Tamara (Matthew) Felker; Clay (Lauryn) Hemminger; Alessandra Hemminger; as well as 6 great grandchildren. After the war, he worked for Rolls Royce and Mercedes Benz in , then Imported Motors in Montclair, New Jersey. Jamie loved the outdoors and spending time in nature, where he found peace. Since retirement he was able to spend more time on his boat.

Even in her slow but steady memory decline she was always her kind, friendly self, always concerned about others around her. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, Suite 102, 25 Circle St., Rochester, NY 14607. Gene was a car guy - specifically a high-end car guy. He was an engineer at heart and a jack of all trades. He was a mighty fine fisherman and photographer too. They lived together in New York, Paramus, Ringwood, New Jersey and finally Canandaigua, NY. Jamie enjoyed planting a vegetable garden every year with his daughters.

Dan (Deanna) Woodard of Carstairs, Alberta, Canada, Tim (Glaiza) Woodard of Pampanga, Philippines, Becky (Bill) Bridges of Fountain Inn, SC, Ruth (Tony) Leger of Seneca, SC, Andy (Jan) Woodard of Pelzer, SC, and Rachel Poole of Greenville, SC; her three siblings of Stanley, NY: Russ Hurlbutt, Audi (Buck) Brown, and Ted (Sandy) Hurlbutt; her ex-husband Robert Woodard of Greenville; twenty-seven grandchildren, forty-four great-grandchildren, and two great-great grandchildren. He was retired from Seneca-Gorham Telephone Company in 1994 after 30 years of service. A funeral service will be held Friday, January 19th at 10 a.m. He enjoyed dancing and watching “Walker Texas Ranger.” Brock is survived by three sisters, Lisa Costa, Leonora “Le” Swallow and Sylvia (Barry) D’Aprix ; two brothers, Foster (Olga) Kinnear and Theodore Kinnear; two sisters-in-law, Joy (widow of “Moose”) Kinnear and Debbie (widow of Michael) Kinnear; many nieces and nephews and some great-nieces and great-nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to Wounded Warriors Project, P. He mowed at the Steam Pageant grounds every Wednesday. She married Ralph Hemminger of Geneva, NY in 1947 and enjoyed 50 years of marriage before his death in 1997. He is also survived by 12 brothers and sisters, Cassandra (Jeff) Shallington, Gavin Shields, Nathan (Leah) Shields, Russell (Elizabeth) Noftell, Nicole (Derek) Corbin, John (Kaitlin) Shields, Jr., Mylinda (Patrick) De Rosia, Tony (Becky) De Rosia, Leela (Gerald) Valdez, Nina (Harold) St.