Louise A. Keays

Keays, LouiseHUDSON FALLS – Louise A. Keays, 84, of Elm Street, passed away on Wednesday, October 28, 2015, at the Glens Falls Hospital, after a long illness.

Born in North Norwich, NY, she was the daughter of the late George and Marjorie (Alysworth) Parks.

Louise graduated from Sherburne High School.  On May 15, 1955, Louise married Richard F. Keays in Norwich, NY. He passed away on October 26, 2008, after 53 years of marriage.

Louise was an avid reader and also loved boating and fishing on Schroon Lake.  When her husband was alive, they enjoyed many wonderful vacations.

Besides her parents and husband, she was predeceased by her sister, Mary Bukovec.

Louise is survived by her sons, Michael T. Keays and his wife, Betsy of Hudson Falls and Christopher R. Keays and his wife, May of Alpharetta, GA; two grandchildren, Derek Keays of Queensbury and Rebecca Keays of Decatur GA; her sisters, Betty Palaka of Venice, FL, Beverly Boen and her husband James of Englewood, Florida, Dorothy Gale and her husband, Lee of Ormand Beach, FL, JoAnne Conklin and her husband, Michael of Charlotte, NC and Bonnie Burnette and her husband Fred of Venice, Florida; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Family and friends may call from 12 noon until 2 p.m. Monday at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street, Hudson Falls.

Funeral service will take place at 2 p.m. (following the calling hours) on Monday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Donald Shuler, officiating.

The Rite of Committal will be in St. Paul’s Cemetery in the town of Kingsbury.

Memorial donations in Louise’s memory may be made to Parkinsons Disease Research Fund of AMC, 215 Washington Ave. Extension, lbany, NY 12205

Christine (Tinkey) Stone Bergeron

BergeronQUEENSBURY – Christine (Tinkey) Stone Bergeron, 88, of Queensbury, went into the arms of the Lord on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 at the Glens Falls Hospital, surrounded by her daughter, sister and niece.

Born on April 13, 1927 at the family home in Hudson Falls, Christine was the daughter of the late E. Arnold and Ferne M. (Steadman) Stone.  She was very proud of her father, who was a pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Christine graduated from Hudson Falls High School in 1946.   While a high school student, she was first chair coronet in the orchestra, the first majorette and also, a cheerleader.

Her first job working at Kingsbury Hotel had a special meaning, as it was where she met her future husband, John.  In January of 1950, she married John C. Bergeron, Sr., at St. Mary’s Church in Hudson Falls.   He passed away in 1995, following 45 years of marriage.

Christine was a bookkeeper for various employers in the area.  She was employed at Scott Paper.  She and her husband co-owned La Cabanna Restaurant on Glen Lake for 23 years.   Christine’s last job was with the Lake George Steamboat Company as a purser.  She also worked on the polls for the Warren County Board of Elections.

She loved photography and always had a camera in her hand.  Christine took pictures of everything but her favorite was snapping photos of landscapes.   In her younger years she was very athletic as a skilled Alpine skier, a proficient tennis player and was able to do an outstanding jitterbug.  In the late 1940’s, Christine enjoyed dancing with recovering service members of World War II at the Red Cross socials at Mount McGregor.  Her love of the outdoors, led Christine to hiking, rock hounding and collecting gemstones throughout the Adirondacks.  Her most treasured stone was the black opal that her sister brought back from Australia.

Christine loved her family and enjoyed attending her children’s athletic events and theatrical performances.   In her later years, she looked forward to gathering daily with her friends at the McDonald’s coffee klatch.

Besides her parents and husband, she was predeceased by her son, Kevin P. Bergeron, her brother, Lincoln Stone, her sisters, Dorothy Lemery, Margaret Adams and Elizabeth Stannard.

Survivors include her daughter, Christine Bergeron Merrill and her husband, Tim of South Glens Falls; her son, John C. Bergeron, Jr., and his wife, Lynne of Sierra Madres, CA; her two grandchildren, Matthew and Brad Bergeron; her great granddaughter, Julia Bergeron; her sister, Marillyn Doty-Stickney of Hudson Falls; her adopted brother, Arthur Stone and his wife, Jean of CA; and many nieces and nephews.

Friends may call on Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street in Hudson Falls.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11:00 A.M. on Saturday, October 31, 2015 at St. Mary’s/St. Paul’s Church, on the park in Hudson Falls.

The Rite of Committal will follow at Union Cemetery in the town of Fort Edward.

Memorial donations in Christine’s memory may be made to Glens Falls Community Theatre, P.O. Box 687, Glens Falls, NY 12801.

Michael E. Philion

PhillionNORTH MIAMI BEACH, FL and HUDSON FALLS – Michael E. Philion, 51, a long time resident of North Miami Beach, FL and most recently of Hudson Falls, passed away peacefully on October 24, 2015, surrounded by his family and friends at the home of his sister.

Born on October 24, 1964, in Glens Falls, he was the eldest son of Donald and Shirley (Hartwell) Philion.

After graduating from Hudson Falls High School in 1982, Michael enrolled and successfully completed the Nursing Program at Adirondack Community College in 1984.   He began his career at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany, NY as a Registered Nurse.   In 1987 he began a 28 year nursing career at Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood, Florida.   Michael loved caring for others whether working on a med/surg floor, in the OR, cardiac cath lab and most recently in the Interventional Radiology lab at Memorial.  His compassion for others was evident and felt by all.

Michael loved the fall season, making yearly visits to pick fresh apples to bring back to Florida. He always enjoyed, when he was able, to be home for Thanksgiving and Christmas to share the holidays with his family. He fulfilled a lifelong dream of completing a medical mission with a group of physicians from the Florida area, traveling to Peru, South America in May of 2014. This group of dedicated doctors and nurses helped change the lives of 88 men, women and children during their five day stay.

He was predeceased by his paternal grandparents, Everett and Geneva Philion and maternal grandparents, Walter Hartwell and Marion (Hartwell) LaFountian

In addition to his parents he is survived by his sisters, Ann Doerffel and her husband, David of Warmnister, Pennsylvania, Susan Philion of Hudson Falls, Theresa Philion of Queensbury and Jeanne Philion-Nichols and her husband, Brian of Queensbury, and his brothers, Charles Philion and his partner, Bill Gardy of Albany and Donald J. Philion, Jr., of Gansevoort. He was the beloved uncle of Katherine (Katie) and her husband, Justin Lee of South Glens Falls, Corporal John T. Doerffel USMC, stationed at Camp Pendleton, CA, Elizabeth and Patrick Nichols and Nathan Philion, all of Queensbury. He was especially close to his great-nephew, Maxwell Lee of South Glens Falls. He is also survived by his longtime friend and partner Gary Youngkin of North Miami Beach, Florida, in addition to aunts, uncles, cousins, childhood friends and his Memorial Regional Hospital family, in Hollywood Florida, where he was well liked and respected by hundreds of friends and colleagues.

Family and friends may call on Monday, from 2 to 5 p.m., at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street in Hudson Falls.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated 10 a.m. on Tuesday, at St. Mary’s Church in Glens Falls. 

The Rite of Committal will follow at St. Paul’s Cemetery in the town of Kingsbury.

A celebration in Michael’s honor will be held at the Fort Edward Fire House, immediately following the Rite of Committal.

Michael was a kind and generous soul with the biggest heart in the world. He touched many lives and will be greatly missed. He was an amazing example of how to live with dignity and grace, humbly, never complaining during this 8 month illness which he fought so valiantly. We are profoundly grateful for the loving care his dear friend and partner Gary Youngkin gave to him during his illness, and for the exceptional care and compassion he received from Dr. Grubbs and staff during his brief stay on Tower 2 at GFH and the staff from High Peaks Hospice, especially Heather, Stacey, and Carol.

In lieu of flowers the family has suggested that donations be made to the Lustgarten Foundation (working to Cure Pancreatic Cancer), 1111 Stewart Ave, Bethpage, NY 11714 or High Peaks Hospice, 79 Glenwood Ave, Queensbury, NY 12804.

“A heart is not judged by how much you love,

But by how much you are loved by others.

Frank Baum

Betty LeBarron

LeBarronCOLONIE and HUDSON FALLS – Betty LeBarron, 80, a longtime resident of Hudson Falls, passed away on Wednesday October 21, 2015, at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany.

She was predeceased by her loving husband of 62 years, Irv LeBarron, Jr.

Born December 22, 1934 in Troy, NY she was the daughter of the late William and Irene (Barbeau) Bell.

Betty worked at N.Y. Telephone Company, Riley Brothers Funeral Home and was a Court Clerk for the Town of Kingsbury.

She was a communicant of St. Mary’s/St. Paul’s Church in Hudson Falls and recently a communicant of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament in Albany. While in Hudson Falls, Betty was very active in the Bereavement Ministry at St. Mary’s/St. Paul’s Church.

Betty found great pleasure in spending time with her great grandchildren. She also enjoyed reading, going to the library, garage sales and shopping. Most recently she enjoyed her trips to the QVC Studio Park with her daughter and her touring of Nashville and New Orleans with her grandson.

Survivors include her daughter, Toni Smith; her grandchildren, Joseph Smith, Kristine Kelley and her husband Rick and Alicia Smith; her great-grandchildren, Brianna and Ricky Kelley; her sisters, Jane Richmond, Patricia Shapiro, Irma Lettrick; her brother Tom Bell; and her son-in-law Buddy Smith; as well as many nieces and nephews.

Friends may call on Sunday from 3 to 6 pm at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc. 68 Main St. in Hudson Falls.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated 11 am on Monday at the St. Mary’s/St. Paul’s Church, on the park in Hudson Falls, with the Rev. Thomas Babiuch, pastor, officiating.

The Rite of Committal will follow at Southside Cemetery in the Town of Moreau.

In lieu of flowers, Betty’s family has requested that memorial donations be sent to St. Mary’s/St. Paul’s Church, 11 Wall Street, Hudson Falls, NY 12839.

Randy W. Kaetzel

KaetzalHUDSON FALLS – Randy W. Kaetzel, 58, of Hudson Falls, passed away on Friday, October 16, 2015, at Glens Falls Hospital, surrounded by his loving family.

Born May 30, 1957, in Baltimore, MD, he was the son of the late George L. and Nina (Meyers) Kaetzel.

Randy enjoyed going fishing, playing golf, and traveling. He was also a ham radio operator using the call sign KD6UJM.

Besides his parents, Randy was predeceased by his sister, Debbie Sue Kaetzel and his brother, Brian K. Kaetzel.

Survivors include his nephew, Chris Kaetzel and his wife, Stacy of Hudson Falls, his nephew, Patrick Kaetzel and his fiancé, Liz of Warrensburg, his nephew, Phillip Kaetzel of Hudson Falls, his niece, Gina Kaetzel of Hudson Falls, his sister, Patricia Lafferty and her husband, Raymond of Hudson Falls, his brother, Jeffrey Kaetzel and his wife, Barbara of Hudson Falls, his niece, Patty Lafferty of Queensbury and his sister, Becky Kaetzel of Long Island.

Friends may call on Tuesday, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street, in Hudson Falls.  A prayer will be offered at the conclusion of calling hours.

Burial will be at the convenience of the family.

Memorial donations in memory of Randy may be sent to Hudson Falls Fire Department, 200 Main Street, Hudson Falls, New York 12839.

E. Violet “Vi” Jones

Jones, ViHUDSON FALLS – E. Violet “Vi” Jones, 90, of Hudson Falls, died peacefully on Wednesday, October 14, 2015.

Born on May 28, 1925 in Flint, MI, she was the daughter of the late Christian and Jessie (Hanes) Andersen.   Vi’s father immigrated to the United States from Denmark and her mother came from Canada.

She was very proud to have served her country in the United States Marines during World War II as a machinist.

On August 25, 1946, Vi married Dick Jones at St. Mary’s Church in Hudson Falls. Dick passed away on  January 21, 1999, after 52 years of marriage.

Vi had several jobs working as a switchboard operator, cashier and catheter maker.  Her home was also very important to her where she enjoyed crocheting and knitting for her family.

In her younger years, Vi enjoyed roller skating with her husband, Dick.  She also loved playing guitar, learning to play when she was just a child.   Vi liked to read, especially novels written by Stephen King, Agatha Christie and Dean Koontz.  She also loved dogs, including her late dogs, Laddie and Rusty.   Vi was very proud to have her pilot’s license and before joining the Marines, she was a Corporal in the Civil Air Patrol.

She was a good mom and a wonderful provider.  Vi supported and encouraged her children to do anything they wanted to do.  Her family always came first.

Besides her parents and husband, she was predeceased by her eldest son, Dickie Jones; her sister, Isobel Mills; and her step mother Betty.

Survivors include her children, Wayne Jones of Hudson Falls, Chris Jones and his wife, Cheryl of Hudson Falls, Shelly Breton and her husband, Jerry Emery of Hudson Falls and Kyle Jones and his husband, Lou Barrett of Warrensburg; nine grandchildren, Wayne II, Heidi, Nic “Chance”, Ricky, Shannon, Jeremy, Heather, Brandi and Josh; many great grandchildren; her sisters, Edna Andersen of Queensbury and Elsie VanVranken of Hudson Falls; her half brother, Eric Andersen of MI; her step brothers all of MI; several nieces, nephews and cousins ; and her dog, Rascal.

Burial will be in the spring, April 29, 2016 at 1 p.m. at St. Mary’s Cemetery in the town of Fort Edward.

The family suggests that memorial donations be made to The North Shore Animal League, 16 Lewyt Street, Port Washington, NY 11050.


Aahva Gregor

LAKE GEORGE  – Aahva Gregor, born October 13, 2015, passed away in the arms of his loving mother and father, October 14, 2015 at Glens Falls Hospital.

Aahva’s brief life brought a lifetime of memories and love to his parents that will impact their lives forever.  We will love him forever, we will like him always, as long as we live, our baby he will be.

Aahva survivors include his parents, Robert and Nerisha (Talip) Gregor; his big brothers, Joseph and Maxwell Gregor; his grandparents, Dawn Sova and Nazeem and Kamini Talip; his great grandparents, Bhagratie Mangal and Shaharoon Talip; as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Angel Names Association, P.O. Box 423, Saratoga Springs, New York 12886.

The graveside service will be conducted Sunday, at 1 p.m., at Evergreen Cemetery in the town of Lake George with the Pastor Ali Trowbridge, officiating.

Dr. Barbara Elizabeth Chick

Chick #1QUEENSBURY – Dr. Barbara Elizabeth Chick, 86 of Queensbury, NY died on Tuesday, October 13, 2015, after a short illness.

Dr. Chick was born April 25, 1929 in Boston, MA, the daughter of the late Justin Ivan and Inez Elizabeth Chick.

She attended grade school and high school in Cornish, Maine, then attended Bates College in Lewiston, Maine where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in 1950. Dr. Chick subsequently earned her Master’s degree in Science at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana and her Doctorate in Medicine at Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1959. Her medical practice after internship in Portland, Oregon and residency in Buffalo, NY was limited to Radiology with sub-specializations in Radiation Therapy and Nuclear Medicine at the Glens Falls Hospital. Dr Chick also served with Project HOPE as staff radiologist aboard the “Hope Ship” in Nicaragua, Central America in 1966. She was board certified by the American college of Radiology in 1964 and the American College of nuclear medicine in 1972.  She achieved Fellowship in the American College of Radiology in 1979.

Dr. Chick retired from full-time practice at Glens Falls in 1984 to assume the acting directorship of The Albany Area Radiation Therapy Program in Albany, NY.

For the remainder of her active professional life, Dr. Chick provided coverage in Radiation Therapy for Riverview Cancer Care Center in Rexford, NY, Ellis Hospital in Schenectady, NY and Glens Falls Hospital, Glens Falls, NY.

During her professional career, she was active in the Warren County Medical Society, serving as Secretary and President, The American Cancer Society, also serving as President, The Northeastern NY Radiological Society and The New York Chapter of The American College of Radiology having served as President for one or more years in each.  Dr. Chick was also active at the national level of The American College of Radiology, where she served as Councilor for the New York Chapter, and was appointed as a Chancellor of the Board of the American College of Radiology.   After chairing the Commission of Radiologic Practice for six years, she was elected to the office of Vice-President of the College, the first woman to be elected to that office.

In addition to her medical pursuits, Dr. Chick was an active member of the local boating community, including both the US Power Squadron and The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, in which she served at Flotilla, Division and District level. She participated in three OPERATION SAIL celebrations in 1976, 1986, & 1992 respectively. Subsequently Dr. Chick worked as the Boat Crew Qualification Coordinator for the Northern Area of the First Coast Guard District (SR) of New York, this area extending from Burlington, VT to Governors Island, NY.

She also served on the boards of several local non-profit organizations, including Greater Adirondack Home Aides and The Lake George Association, of which she was elected president from 1992 through 1995. Dr. Chick was also a Certified Basketball Official through the Women’s Athletic Association.

Her interest in her colleges has led to the dedication of a Biology Lab at Bates College and the endowment of The Barbara E. Chick, M.D., Clinical Educational and Assessment Center of the Medical College of Pennsylvania and Hahnemann University of School of Medicine at Drexel University.

Remembrances may be made by donations to the Radiation Oncology Department of The Glens Falls Hospital, 100 Park St., Glens Falls, NY or the SPCA of Upstate New York, P.O. Box 171, Hudson Falls, NY or The American Cancer Society, Warren – Washington County Unit, 959 Rte.9, Mount Royal Plaza, Queensbury, NY 12804.

A memorial service is to be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, October 24, 2015 at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street in Hudson Falls with the Rev. Bruce Hersey, officiating.

Interment is to be at a later date in Evergreen Cemetery in Portland Maine.

Vytautas “Victor” Paliulis

PalivlisGANSEVOORT – Vytautas “Victor” Paliulis, 72, passed away on Tuesday, October 6, 2015, at his beloved farm in Gansevoort.

Born on July 25, 1943, in Bartininkai, Lithuania, he was the son of the late Vitoldas and Viktorija Paliulis.

On June 16, 1973, he married Maria Petraccone in Barre, MA.

Victor was a self employed farmer in Gansevoort.  He loved farming, his tractors, talking to people, polka music and farm related auctions.

In addition to his parents, Victor is predeceased by a son Matthew.

He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Maria; his daughters, Leocadia and Sarah; his sons Vincent and Jurgis; his biological grandchildren, Vincent and Gilbert; his sister Biruta; and several step-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.

All services are private and donations in Victor’s memory may be made to the charity of one’s choice.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Carleton Funeral home, Inc., 68 Main St., Hudson Falls.

Roscoe N. “Rocky” Harrington

HarringtonHUDSON FALLS – Roscoe N. “Rocky” Harrington, 79, a longtime Hudson Falls resident, went into the arms of the Lord, on Monday, October 5, 2015, at Indian River Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Granville.

Born February 23, 1936, in Fort Edward, he was the son of the late Roscoe E. and Doris (LaPlace) Harrington.

Roscoe was a graduate of Hudson Falls High School.   He worked as a foreman for Native Textiles in Glens Falls. In his younger years, he was a garage mechanic at the Texaco Station on Sherman Avenue.

He enjoyed talking to many people through Ham and CB radio.  Roscoe also enjoyed going shopping and going out to eat.  He was a member of the Adirondack Armature Radio Club.  Rocky was also a member of the Fort Edward/Hudson Falls 60 Plus Senior Citizens.

Besides his parents, Roscoe was predeceased by his nephews, Thomas J. McIntosh and James Rozzele.

Survivors include his four sisters, Barbara M. Hall and her husband, Ronald B. of South Glens Falls, Doris J. McIntosh and her companion, Carl Aldous of Gansevoort, Patricia Lee Harrington and her companion, Thomas Prouty of Newcomb and Elsie Doloph of Florida; as well as several nieces and nephews.

Friends may call on Thursday from 11 to 1 p.m., at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street, in Hudson Falls.

The funeral service will follow calling hours at 1 p.m., at the funeral home.

Burial will follow at Union Cemetery in the town of Fort Edward.

Memorial donations in memory of Roscoe may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 4 Pine West Plaza, Suite 405, Albany, New York 12205.

“Thanks for being part of my day.”

Online condolences may be made by visiting www.carletonfuneralhome.net.

The family would like to thank the staff at the Indian River Nursing Center for all their care and support given to Rocky and his family.

Bernard “Bernie” McCullough

HUDSON FALLS – Bernard “Bernie” McCullough, 84, formerly of Kelly Avenue and most recently of the Oaks, passed away on Sunday, October 4, 2015.

Born May 23, 1931 in Burlington VT, he was the son of the late Harold and Irma (Larrow) McCullough.

He served with the United States Marine Corps during the Korean War.

On February 24, 1952, he married Rosemary Cavanaugh in St. Mary’s Church in Hudson Falls.

Mr. McCullough was a carpenter millwright with Local 229 and worked with various contractors and MLB in Latham.

Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his four sisters, Leah Waite, Elizabeth Jarvis, Uta Depew and Romona Bartholomew, died before him.

Survivors besides his wife of 63  years, Rosemary McCullough of Hudson Falls, include two sons, Patrick McCullough, DDS and his wife, Paula, of Queensbury and Steven McCullough and his wife, Margaret, of Gansevoort; one daughter, Colleen Mahar and her husband, Thomas, of Glens Falls; two sisters, Anna St. Jacques of Plattsburg and Phyllis Russell and her husband, Peter, of Fort Edward; six grandchildren, Shamus McCullough, Carly McCullough, DDS, Erin McCullough, Kevin McCullough, Katie Mahar and Kristopher Mahar; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

There are no calling hours scheduled.

Graveside services with full military honors, will be conducted 2 p.m., Friday,  at Pine View Cemetery in the town of Queensbury.

The family suggests memorial donations to the Fort Edward Rescue Squad, Inc., P.O. Box 226, Fort Edward, NY 12828 or the Cornerstone Soup Kitchen, 293 1/2 Main St, Hudson Falls NY12839.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main St., Hudson Falls.

Martin J. Larrow

LarrowHUDSON FALLS – Martin J. Larrow, 90, of Maynard Street and most recently of the Oaks in Fort Edward, passed away, peacefully at his son David and his companion Cathy’s home, on, Sunday, October 4, 2015, with his family by his side.

Born on November 1, 1924 in Proctor, Vermont, he was the son of the late Joseph and Beatrice (Carr) Larrow.

Martin joined the Navy and served his country during World War II, as a machine gunner on a “Liberty Ship”.   Martin traveled completely around the world and in every theatre of the war.

When he returned from the war, Martin began working at Griffin Lumber Company as a truck driver.  He then joined the carpenter’s union and was employed by many construction companies, all over the United States.  Martin became a supervisor for several large companies, such as Brown & Root, retiring in 1993.

Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his four brothers, Charles, Donald, Richard and Joseph Larrow, his sisters, Jane Thayer-Seymore and Beatrice Rayno.

Survivors include his seven children, Theresa Wood and her husband, James, David Larrow and his companion, Cathy Leahmann, Barbara Birch and her husband, Dwayne, Jeffrey Larrow and his wife, Jan, Jerry Larrow and his wife, Nancy, Janet Brayman and Marie McKinney and her husband, Paul; several  grandchildren, great grandchildren and one great great grandson; his brother, Ken Larrow; his sister, Mage Kokenberg; his brother in law, David Rayno; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

There will be no calling hours and funeral.

Martin’s family would like to thank the many friends he had at the Oaks for their kindness and friendship for the past several years of his life.

Arrangements are entrusted to the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc, 68 Main Street in Hudson Falls.

Memorial donations in Martin’s memory may be sent to North Country Wild Care, P.O. Box 63, Lake George, NY 12845.