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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.
She was a member of the Seneca Castle United Methodist Church. Ron married his wife Beverly Iddings Christensen on September 5, 1970 at the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Waterloo. He graduated from Marcus Whitman High School in 1970 and from C. Mark is survived by his mother, Wanda (Jim) Carter; his father, Carl Bruce Morgan; five siblings, Craig (Melissa) Morgan, Lauri M. (Julie) Morgan, Tracy (Marlin Crowder) Carter and Stacey (Robin) Lokken; several nieces, nephews and close friends; and his dog, Tai. Leslie is survived by her husband of 40 years, Michael F. His son of the heart, Joe All four were crazy about him and he was crazy about them. And of course, the grandkids, Jerry, Tracy, Ben and Drew. A devoted son, brother, son-in-law, uncle and friend, he loved more than words can express - his parents, his siblings, Mamie and Margie, Mary Ellen and George, Frankie and Barbara, Stella, Norma and Eli, Dianne and Frank.
Born October 18, 1934 in Geneva, NY to Emma Josie Merithew [d. Phyllis grew up in an active farming family in Lodi, NY.
A graduate of Waterloo High School , and after partially-completing a training program through the Rochester School of Licensed Practical Nursing at Genesee Hospital in the 1960s, she went on to earn an AS degree in Psychology and Sociology [CCFL,1978] and a BS degree in Community and Human Services [Empire State College, 1982].
Phyllis is remembered by her long-time friends for her giving character as evidenced by the meals she provided and support she showed in times of need.
Richard retired from Eastman Kodak after 31 years of service.
In April 1954, Phyllis married Wawrzyn [Walter] Grzeskowiak, a Polish national who immigrated to the USA after WWII.
Together they had six children over 10 years before separating, and ultimately divorcing in 1974.
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.
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.