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Marlene H Newvine (Mickey)

Published on March 31, 2022

Marlene H Newvine (Mickey) 83 of Kelpytown Rd, Port Leyden passed away unexpectedly at her home Monday, March 28, 2022. 

Marlene was born March 31, 1938, in Lowville, the daughter of Fred J and Thelma Villiere Hoage. She was a 1957 graduate of Lyons Falls High School, then attended St Mary's School of Medical Imaging later becoming an X-ray Technician. Marlene was employed in several doctors' offices and hospitals across the North Country, finalizing her career and retiring in the early 1990's from Dr. Pierce's office in Rome NY.

Marlene was joined in marriage to Kenneth James (Jim) Newvine November 9th, 1973, at St. Martin's Catholic Church in Port Leyden, NY. Marlene loved spending time with her family and friends, she also enjoyed reading, gardening, crocheting, and sewing. 

Marlene is survived by her sister Margaret Hoage, sister-in-law Dawne Hoage and brother-in-law Edward (Stub) Newvine. Her two sons Kenneth (Valorie) Newvine, Kevin (Elaine) Newvine, grand children Melissa Newvine (Jason Fruin), Kenneth Newvine Jr., Skyler Newvine, Courtney Newvine and one great grandson Ian Fruin. 

In addition, Marlene is also survived by several nieces and nephews that were very dear to her heart. Lori (Tim) Lyon, Christine Hoage, Tracy Hoage, John (Teresa) Hoage, Bradley (Pat) Hoage, Tom Hoage, Linette Hoage and many grand nieces and nephews. Her dearest friend that was like a sister Gemina Principato and her beloved pet Oreo.

Marlene was pre-deceased by her husband Kenneth James (Jim) Newvine, brothers Fred (Fritz) and Frank Hoage, sister in-law Virginia Hoage, nephews Jeff Hoage and Michael Hoage.

In honoring Marlene's wishes there will be no calling hours, a graveside service will be held at the Wildwood Cemetery in Lyons Falls, NY at the convenience of the family. 

Callaghan Funeral Home in Port Leyden, NY is entrusted with the arrangements. Donations may be made in Marlene's memory to St. John's Alter and Rosery Society or the Port Leyden Ambulance Fund.

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