Walter H. Stevenson

Stevenson 2Stevenson 1FORT ANN – Walter H. Stevenson, 81, a longtime resident of Fort Ann, passed away peacefully in his home, on Wednesday, October 22, 2014, with his loving family by his side.

Born December 28, 1932, in Jenkinsville, he was the son of the late Harold W. and Ella L.(Chase) Stevenson.

He served his country proudly when he was drafted in the Army Infantry from December 4, 1954 to September 27, 1955.  Walter was very proud to be among a select few who marched in the Liberation Parade, in Holland, in 1955.

Walter lived a very full and successful life enjoying his many passions; from Ice Racing, Enduros to his latest enjoyment of a 1931 Model A Ford. In the late 50’s, he was a member of the “Northway Riders Motorcycle Club” who hosted the scrambling racing in Argyle. In the mid 60’s, he also enjoyed racing on the ice as well as later years riding his 4-wheeler. He enjoyed bowling for 34 years with “Bay Ridge Volunteer Fire Company” with family and friends. He was a long time member of “Bear Pen Hunting Club” in Stony Creek, where he enjoyed hunting and sharing many stories and jokes with friends and family for hours, as he was a leader of the “Family’s Gift to Gab”. He got the name of “Advisor” as he would share advice to everyone whether they wanted it or not!

He worked for 40 plus years for Scott McLaughlin’s Excavation and then later years opened his own excavating business, Stevenson Excavating, which is well known today by many people in the local and surrounding communities.

Besides his parents, Walter was predeceased by his brothers, Charles E. and Eugene R. Stevenson.

Survivors include his wife of 58 wonderful years, Connie (Cutter) Stevenson of Fort Ann; his brothers, Byron  and his wife Toni, Raymond  and his wife, Carol; his sister, Louise  Bean and her husband, Raymond; his sons, Jon  and his wife, Colleen, Bruce  and his wife, Christine; his daughter Teresa Akins and her husband, Edward. He also loved spending time with his grandchildren, Edward Akins Jr. (Laura Kane), Katie Akins (Todd Hoag), Brandon Stevenson (Taylor Dufrain) and Jenna Stevenson; his step grandchildren, George, Callie and Adam Knapp, Jesse and Jerad Ross; his great granddaughter, Elizabeth Akins; his great step grandchildren, Kiera, Kyleigh, Brayden, Carsen, Ella, and Addalynn.   He will also be missed by his many nieces and nephews.

Friends and family may call on Friday, October 24, 2014 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street in Hudson Falls.

A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, at the Harrisena Community Church, 1616 Ridge Road, in the town of Queensbury, with the Reverend Leah Goodwin, pastor, officiating.

Burial will follow at Seeley Cemetery in the town of Queensbury.

Donations may be sent the American Heart Society, 440 New Karner Road, Albany, New York 12205, or the American Diabetes Association, 50 Colvin Ave. Albany, New York 12205.

Dorothy L. Gordon

GordonHUDSON FALLS – Dorothy L. Gordon, 72, of Liberty Place, went into the arms of the Lord on Sunday, October 19, 2014, at the Glens Falls Hospital, after a courageous battle with cancer.

Friends may call from 9 to 10:00 am on Saturday, November 8, 2014, at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main St., Hudson Falls.

A Funeral Mass will follow at 11 a.m. on Saturday, at St. Mary’s/St. Paul’s Church, on the park, in Hudson Falls.

In lieu of flowers Dorothy’s family suggests memorial donations be made to the Fort Edward Rescue Squad, Inc., P.O. Box 226, Fort Edward, NY 12828 or the American Heart Association,959 Route 9, Mount Royal Plaza, Queensbury, NY 12804.

Sebastian Peter Pagano

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GLENS FALLS –, Sr., 76, of Glens Falls, passed away on Friday, October 17, 2014, at Glens Falls Hospital.

Born June 16, 1938, in Fort Edward, he was the son on the late Joseph and Frances (Martella) Pagana.

Sebastian attended Fort Edward High School and served with the U. S. Navy.

For many years, Sebastian worked as a supervisor for NIBCO in South Glens Falls.

Sebastian enjoyed going hunting and carpentry.

Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his brother, Paul Pagano.

Survivors include his son, Sebastian Peter Pagano, Jr., of Glens Falls and James Matthew Pagano of Glens Falls; his siblings, Anthony Pagana and his wife, Elaine of Fort Edward, Carmello Pagano and his wife, Dorothy of Eldorado Hills, CA, Frances Combs of Glens Falls, John Pagano and his wife, Janet of Queesnbury; as well as several nieces, nephews and cousins.

There will be no calling hours.

Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.

Memorial donations may be made to Albany Stratton VAMC, 113 Holland Ave., Albany, New York 12208.

Marilyn Webster Roberts

RobertsHUDSON FALLS – Marilyn Webster Roberts, 85, formerly of Hudson Falls, passed away on Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at Indigo Manor in Daytona Beach, Florida.

She was the daughter of the late Edward and Edith (McMore) Webster of Hudson Falls

Marilyn married the late William J. Roberts, Jr. of Granville in 1953 and they moved to Columbia, South Carolina until his death in 1964.

She and her sons returned to Hudson Falls where she began employment as the Director of Social Services at Glens Falls Hospital in 1965 and then retired from the Financial Services Department in 1992.

Marilyn was a member of the First Baptist Church in Hudson Falls.

In 1997, she moved to Florida to be closer to her sons, grandchildren and to continue her hobbies of cooking, gardening, reading and writing.

She is survived by her sons, Jay Roberts of Port Orange and Jon Roberts and his wife, Jodi, also of Port Orange; her grandchildren, William, Stacie and Kyle Roberts; her brother, Howard Webster and his wife, Nancy of Pennsylvania; a niece, Phyllis Zimmerman and her husband, Gerald of Pennsylvania; her sisters in law, Elizabeth Roberts of Granville and Sherry Mason and her husband, Robert of Indiana.

A memorial services will be conducted at a time to be announced at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main St., Hudson Falls.

Marilyn’s family suggests that memorial donations be made to the Glens Falls Hospital Foundation, 126 South St., Glens Falls, NY 12801.

 

Victoria Ann (Bondzinski) Szostak

SzostakSOUTH GLENS FALLS – Victoria Ann (Bondzinski) Szostak, 98, of South Glens Falls, passed away, peacefully at her home, with her her loving daughter by her side, on Tuesday, October 14, 2014.

Born on February 25, 1916, in Glens Falls, she was the daughter of the late Anthony and Constance (Urbonowicz) Bondzinski.

Victoria attended Hudson Falls High School and on June 21, 1936, she married Charles Szostak, Sr.    He passed away in 1994, after 58 wonderful years of marriage.

Victoria spent her life as a devoted Catholic.  She was a communicant of St. Michael the Archangel Church in South Glens Falls.  Victoria was reserved at times and opinionated at other times, but she always maintained a good sense of humor.  She loved tending to her flower gardens in her younger years and feeding and watering birds. Victoria also enjoyed word find puzzles and reading in her later years.  Along with her devotion to her church, she was a loving wife, mother and grandmother.

In addition to her parents and husband, she was predeceased by her daughter, Catherine Hermens in 2007, her three brothers, Henry Bondzinski, Victor Bondzinski and Bernard “Pete” Bondzinski.

Victoria is survived by her children, Marie Lesson of South Glens Falls and Charles Szostak, Jr. and his wife, Connie of North Carolina; her grandchildren, Michael Lesson and his companion, Carolyne of South Glens Falls, Tina Mefford of Hudson Falls, Paul Armstrong, Jr. and his wife, Missy of Hudson Falls, Jeffrey Szostak of PA and Charles Szostak, III and his wife, Victoria of PA; several great grandchildren; and many nieces, and nephews.

Friends may call on Sunday, from 4 to 6 p.m.,  at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street in Hudson Falls.

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated 11 a.m. on Monday, at St. Michael the Archangel Church in South Glens Falls, with the Reverend Tony Childs, pastor, officiating.

The Rite of Committal will follow at St. Mary’s Cemetery in the town of Fort Edward.

Following the Rite of Committal there will be a bereavement dinner at the fellowship hall at St. Michael’s Church, 80 Saratoga Avenue, in South Glens Falls.

Victoria’s family would like to thank Glen Anderson, RPA, from Hudson Headwaters Homeward Bound Program, for his care and compassion.  Also to Hayley Dewey, Lena Cibelli, Mandy Lane, and Cheyenn Potter for their care and support.

Donations in Victoria’s memory may be sent to the Moreau Emergency Squad, Inc., 1583 U.S. 9, Fort Edward, NY 12828 or the Greater Adirondack Home Aide’s, 25 Willowbrook Rd, Queensbury, NY 12804.

Logan A. Dean

DeanGLENS FALLS – Logan A. Dean, 26, of Wing Street, passed away on Friday, October 10, 2014, after a long struggle with diabetes.

Born March 2, 1988, in Glens Falls, he was the son of Floyd E. and Doreen (Goodman) Dean of Florida.

Logan graduated in 2006 from South Glens Falls High School.  While in high school he studied culinary arts at F.D. Myers Center in Saratoga.   Logan continued his education at SUNY Adirondack , working on a degree in Culinary Arts.  For many years, Logan did what he loved by working as a cook at Abbotts in South Glens Falls.  Currently he was employed at Target Warehouse in Gansevoort.

He enjoyed golfing, four-wheeling with family and going fishing.  Logan was an avid band member, where he played the trombone.  He also loved listening to country music.  Logan loved watching baseball, basketball and football. His favorite team was the New York Giants.   He especially loved spending time with his family and friends.

Logan was predeceased by his grandparents,  James and Doris Goodman and Irving and Mary Dean.

Survivors include his siblings, Matthew Dean and his wife, Jodi of Glens Falls, Timothy Dean of Vero Beach, Heather Clark and her companion, John Williams of Salem, Kody Dean of Elmira, Lizabeth Dean and her companion, Jeffrey Strainer of Hartford and Danyal Dean and his companion, Melissa of South Glens Falls; his brother in law, Jody Clark of Glens Falls; six nieces and nephews, Brittany Clark, Evan Dean, Brianna Clark, Emma Dean, Emma Strainer and Kaelyn Strainer; as well as several aunts, uncles and cousins.

Friends may call from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, October 18, 2014 at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street, in Hudson Falls.

The funeral service will follow calling hours at 1 pm on Saturday at the funeral home with The Reverend Tony Childs, officiating.

Burial will follow the funeral at Southside Cemetery in the town of Moreau.

Logan’s family suggests that memorial donations may be made to Juvenile Diabetes Research Association, 950 New Louden Road, Suite 330, Latham, New York, 12110.

Walter E. Scarincio

ScarincioHUDSON FALLS – It is with profound sadness, that we mourn the death of Walter E. Scarincio.  He bounced into the world on Friday the 13th and left it a richer place because of his life.  His boundless energy and love gave us all so many wonderful lasting memories.  Walter died unexpectedly, Monday afternoon on October 13, 2014, with his wife by his side.  There will be an empty place in all of our hearts as we go on without him.

Born on May 13, 1927, in Albany, he was the son of the late Erminio and Louise (Cunningham) Scarincio.

Walter was proud of his military service, during World War II, in the United States Navy.  He was in charge of a LCVP Personnel Landing Craft.  His task was to make sure troops and equipment landed safely on shore during the invasions of Saipan, Iwo, Okinawa, the Philippines, New Hebrides and all over the South Pacific.  Walter was also a member of the occupation forces on the ground in Japan, serving in Hiroshima, Nagasaki and in Tokyo, following the dropping of the atomic bomb.  He also patrolled on the USS Missouri, during the signing of the peace treaty.

In 1998, after being together for several years, he married his soul mate, Nancylee Monroe.  Walter was a wonderful husband, who adored his wife and family.  He gave them the world.    Walter also loved taking care of his cat, Willie.  Besides his family, he loved his work.   For 49 years, Walter was the proud owner of W & S Roofing.  He was excellent at his job and was known throughout the area as a hard worker who strived for perfection.

In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his son, John Scarincio and his wife Jane and his sister Rose McIntyre.

Walter is survived by his loving wife, Nancylee Scarincio; his sons, Paul Scarincio and his wife, Julia, Walter Scarincio, Mark Scarincio and Michael Scarincio; his step daughters, Melissa Tefft and her husband, Rob and Denise Montena and her husband, Tom; his step son, David Snyder and his wife, Angela; many grandchildren and step grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Friends may call on Thursday, October 16, 2014, from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main in Hudson Falls.

Funeral services will be conducted at 6 pm on Thursday, following the calling hours, with the Pastor Regina Haag, of Adirondack Friends meeting, officiating.

Burial will be 10 a.m. on Friday, at Union Cemetery in the town of Fort Edward, with full military honors, provided by the Hudson Falls American Legion Post #574, Honor Guard.

Walters family requests donations in his memory be sent to the Shriners Hospitals for Children, 516 Carew St. Springfield, MA 01104-2396.

Howard G. Coso

CosoHUDSON FALLS – Howard G. Coso, 88, a longtime Hudson Falls resident, passed away on Tuesday, October 7, 2014, surrounded by his loving family, at Fort Hudson Health Care Facility in Fort Edward.

Born November 25, 1925, in Palatine Bridge, he was the son of the late Howard and Hilda (Brand) Coso.

Howard proudly served aboard the U.S.S. Alaska during World War II.

He worked for Arkel and Smith, later known as Chase Bag, in Moreau, for more than 40 years.

He enjoyed coffee time at Stewarts with his daughters, sharing Oreo’s with the staff at Fort Hudson, his cars, and especially loved his 1995 Ford Mustang.

Besides his parents, Howard was predeceased by his one son Philip Wesley Coso.

Survivors include his four daughters, Cheri Newell and her husband, Mike of Argyle, Sandy Roberts and her husband, Bill of Fort Ann, Vicki Reynolds of Hartford, Nancy Rosati and her husband, John of Hudson Falls; his grandchildren, Jason Girard, Danielle Reynolds, Shannon Reynolds, and Sean Daley; and his great grandchildren, Hayleigh Girard and Dylan Girard.

There will be no calling hours.

A Memorial Mass will be celebrated on Friday, at 11 a.m., at St. Mary’s/St. Paul’s Church, on the park in Hudson Falls, with The Reverend Thomas Babiuch, pastor, officiating.

Following the Mass there will be a gathering at McManus Hall.

Burial will take place at the convenience of the family.

Howard’s family would like to specially thank the staff at Fort Hudson: Patti, Fran, Justin Nan, Stephanie, Elizabeth, Susie, and all who helped care for Howie Boo-Boo.

Memorial donations may be made to Hope Dementia & Alzheimer’s Services, 765 Attucks Lane, Hyannis, MA 02601 or Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, 1359 Broadway, Suite 1509, New York, NY 10018.

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

 

Howard A. Ritchie

RitchieQUEENSBURY – Howard A. Ritchie, 86, of Queensbury, passed away peacefully on Saturday, September 27th, 2014, at the Fort Hudson Nursing Center.

Born October 10, 1927 in Gouverneur NY, he was the son of the late Emerson and Louisa Ritchie and worked on the family dairy farm until he graduated from Richville High School in 1945.  He was the last WWII draftee from St. Lawrence County in December 1945 and served two years primarily at the Army hospital in Bremerhaven, Germany.  Upon his return, he attended the New York State Agricultural and Technical Institute in Canton NY (earning spending money playing trumpet in a dance band) and graduated in 1949.  After marrying Gretchen later that year, he bought his own dairy farm, started a family raising two boys–Scott and Brad (one with special needs) and took in another boy, Tom, who became a ‘son’ as well.  After twelve years of building the dairy farm virtually from scratch, Howard was looking for a new challenge.  He sold the farm, joined Farm Credit Services and moved the family to Hudson Falls.  After a successful 25-year career providing a diversified portfolio of loans for dairy and horse farms, orchards, rural housing, farm equipment and even airplanes, he retired as Assistant Vice-President and Manager of the regional office located in Hudson Falls.  Howard was an active member of Kiwanis and was one of the original founders of the local ARC (Association for Retarded Citizens) chapter and subsequently was on the Board of Directors and Finance Committee.  He volunteered his builder skills to help modify the ARC group home where his son Scott currently resides.

In his free time, Howard pursued many interests.  He dabbled in photography, loved gardening, cruising on Lake George in his boat (putt-putt rides as he would call them), and camping with good friends on the Mother Bunch Islands on the north end of that lake.  He truly enjoyed summers with friends and family at the family cottage on the Hudson River, and once retired, winters in Florida.  Regardless of location, he loved spending his days outside tending his flowers and plants and generally “puttering around the house”.  Howard was bitten by the golf bug and enjoyed rounds with his son Brad and long-time friend, Ron.  He always looked forward to the cocktail hours with best friends, Don and Pat (and dog Jeter), Ron and Carol, and Ed and Marsha and the fun times, boat rides and gourmet meals with his son Tom and wife Kathleen at their home on Lake George.  He thoroughly enjoyed the winters he and Gretchen spent in Florida – recently this wouldn’t have been possible except for the friendship and never-ending assistance of “angels” Judy and Phil.  To all of the friends near and far, we can’t thank them enough for the help they provided.

His sister, Evelyn, and parents predecease him.  He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Gretchen; sons Scott of Hudson Falls NY, Bradford and his wife Sally of Manchester CT, and Thomas Mitchell and his wife Kathleen of Sedona AZ; sister-in-law Ann Real of Leesburg FL; and niece Jane Wilson and her husband Andrew Real of Uxbridge MA; and numerous other nieces and nephews.

The family wishes to thank the staff of Fort Hudson Nursing Center for providing compassionate and dedicated care and the doctors and nurses who have attended to him over the past year.

Howard’s family will receive friends at Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street, Hudson Falls on Thursday, October 9, 2014, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m., immediately followed by the memorial service on-site.

Burial in the family plot in Richville, NY will be at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, Howard’s memory may be honored by a contribution in his name to WWAARC at 436 Quaker Road, Queensbury NY 12804.

Eternal peace and rest in blue skies and warm sun Howard/Dad.

Irv “Sonny” LeBarron

LeBarronCOLONIE & HUDSON FALLS – Irv “Sonny” LeBarron, 82, a long time resident of Hudson Falls, passed away on Wednesday, October 1, 2014, at his home in Colonie.

Born April 2, 1932, in Salem, he was the son of the late Irving and Sadie (Williams) LeBarron.

Irv worked for Chase Bag in Moreau and served as an armed court officer in Washington County, the town of Kingsbury, and the Village of Hudson Falls.

He was a communicant of St. Mary’s/St. Paul’s Church in Hudson Falls.  Irv enjoyed reading.

Besides his parents, Irv was predeceased by his sisters, Helen Smyth, Louise Smith, Eliza Gregory, Julia Piche, and Ruth Laware.

Survivors include his wife, Betty (Bell) LeBarron; his daughter, Toni Smith; his grandchildren, Joseph Smith, Kristine Kelley and her husband, Rick, Alicia Smith; his great granddaughter, Brianna Kelley; his sister, Eva Ciccarelli; his son in law, Buddy Smith; as well as many nieces and nephews.

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

A Funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday, at 11 a.m., at 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 the family suggests memorial donations be made to St. Mary’s/ St. Paul’s Church, 11 Wall Street, Hudson Falls, New York 12839.

Rebecca “Becky” Yell

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QUEENSBURY – Rebecca “Becky” Yell, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her loving family on Saturday, September 27, 2014, at the Glens Falls Hospital.

 Born on December 19, 1965, in Glens Falls, she was the daughter of Catherine VanTassell and Michael Dougher.

 Becky was a graduate of Hudson Falls High School.

She loved listening to the group Sublime. Becky enjoyed dancing, but most of all she cherished spending time with her family. She loved traveling, especially Maine, where she lived at one time.     Becky was somewhat of a character, who loved making people laugh, but on the other hand, she was very humble. Becky was a talented cook, who made the best food ever. She loved animals, especially her family pets and was always trying to help someone in need. Becky was known for bringing kids home, in order to give them a meal.

She is survived by her son, Adam John Rouse of Queensbury; her parents, Catherine VanTassell and Michael Dougher of Queensbury; her siblings, Mary Beth Yell and her significant other, Russell Gosselin, Jr. of Hudson Falls, Wyman Yell of Hudson Falls, Eric Yell and his wife, Jean of South Glens Falls, Warren Yell of Queensbury, John Yell of Queensbury, Peter Yell, Jesse Dougher of Queensbury and Jordan Dougher of Queensbury; several nieces and nephews, that loved her dearly; and many cousins and wonderful friends, that are left to cherish her memory.

Friends may call on Saturday, October 4, 2014 from 10 to 12 noon, at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street in Hudson Falls.

Prayers for Becky will be said at 12 noon, following the calling hours.

The family has asked that memorial donations be sent to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.

Mary E. Lyman

BALLSTON SPA – Mary E. Lyman, 72, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Tuesday, September 23, 2014, at Saratoga Hospital after a short courageous battle with lung and brain cancer.

Born June 2, 1942 in Gansevoort, she was the daughter of the late Paul J. and Mary (Minnick) Niles.

Besides her parents, Mary was predeceased by her husbands, Paul W. Palmer and Richard Lyman, and a sister in law, Dottie Culligan.

Survivors include her daughters, Patricia Beckwith and her husband, Chuck, Paula Larue and her husband, George, Mary Ann Fuller; sons, Paul Palmer, Jr., and his wife, Connie, Stanley Palmer and his wife, Ruth; eight grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; a sister, Pauline Carruth and her husband, Floyd; her brothers, Patrick Culligan and his wife, Margie, Theodore Culligan of Baltimore, MD; her special aunt, Gennie Minnick of Cohoes; as well as several nieces and nephews.

Mary’s family would like to specially thank the staff of Saratoga Hospital for their care.

There will be no calling hours.

A private burial will be held at the convenience of the family.

Donations in memory of Mary can be sent to the American Cancer Society, 959 Route 9 Mount Royal Plaza, Queensbury, New York 12804.

Arrangements are under the care of Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street, in Hudson Falls.

Elizabeth Ann Dammig Irish

IrishKINGSBURY – Elizabeth Ann Dammig Irish, 79, went into the Lord’s arms on September 22, 2014.

Betty was born June 3, 1935, in Springfield, New Jersey to the late Alvin and Elizabeth (McCandless) Dammig. In 1957, she graduated from Russell Sage College in Troy, where she met her future husband who was attending RPI. Betty married Raymond H. Irish on September 14, 1957.

After the births of her four boys, she went back to the nursing profession and worked for Warren County for over 20 years. Betty loved to cook and was known for her pies and sweet breads. She was an excellent artist, a Sunday school teacher, an accomplished bowler and could knock out a tune on the piano. She was a wonderful, loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Betty loved spending time with her grandchildren and during the Adirondack Balloon Festival, could be seen trying to coax balloonists to land in her yard.

In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her brother, Alvin Dammig, Jr.

Survivors include her husband of 57 years, Raymond H. Irish; her sons, Kevin M. Irish of Kingsbury, Michael Raymond Irish and his wife, Kelly of Warrensburg, James Irish and his wife, Lorrie of Hudson Falls, Jeffrey Irish of San Francisco, CA; her granddaughters, Amanda McWherter and her husband Joshua, Elizabeth Rehn and her husband, Whitney; her grandsons, Raymond and Ryan Irish, Shea Irish; and her great grandchildren, Hadley Rehn and Evan Rehn.

Friends may call Friday, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street, in Hudson Falls.

The funeral services will be conducted Monday, at 11 a.m., at the funeral home.

The burial will follow the services at Pine View Cemetery, in the town of Queensbury.

Donations in memory of Betty may be made to Cure PSP, 30 E. Padonia Road, Suite 201, Timonium, MD 21093.