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LOWVILLE – Margaret Louis Tuttle, 76, died peacefully at the comfort care room at Lewis County Hospital surrounded by her family on Monday morning, December 2, 2019.

Margaret was born on December 19, 1942 in Lowville, the daughter of the late Milfred H. and Myrtle Dorothy (Edick) Rhone. She graduated from General Martin High School in 1961 and married David W. Tuttle on September 30, 1961 at the Greig Methodist Church with Rev. Bruce W. Chapman, officiating. Margaret worked for a short time at A.M.F., then stopped work to raise their four children, along with the many other children she cared for over the years at her home day care.

Surviving are her husband David, their children, Dr. Shirley Tuttle-Malone (Michael), Mark A. (Tina) Tuttle, Lyndon S. (Deana) Tuttle, and her daughter-in-law, Sheryl A. Tuttle Lamb; her grandchildren who she cherished, Jared Malone, Ella Malone, Skyler (Tiffany) Tuttle, Dana (Jared) Gaines, Amber Tuttle, Kirstin Tuttle, Devrin Hannan, Aidan Church, Colton Church, Ashley (Dean) Oakes, Benjamin Tuttle and Kathryn Tuttle; eight great-grandchildren; along with several nieces and nephews.

She is predeceased by her son, David M. Tuttle, her sister, Shirley E. Roy, her brothers, Herbert M., Harold, Harvey, and Willard Rhone.

Calling hours will be on Friday, December 6th from 5:00 to 8:00 P.M. at the Sundquist Funeral Home.

Her funeral will be on Saturday, December 7th at 11:00 A.M. at New Day Community Church, Lowville with Rev. Glenn Olmstead, officiating. A celebration of life will follow at the New Bremen Fire Hall and is welcome to all family and friends. Spring burial will be in Martinsburg Cemetery.

Margaret was a woman of great Christian faith who led her life by example, never complaining, always having a word of encouragement or something to make you laugh. She was a member of New Day Community Church. She and David resided on Beaver Lake as the caretakers at Beaver Camp for seven years, following their retirement. Margaret was an avid bird watcher, especially loving cardinals; she enjoyed baking, canning, cooking, gardening and loved spending time with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

The family would like to thank the 4th floor nursing home staff for their extremely loving care they showed Margaret, along with Tina Bates, RN, Charity Glenn, RN, and all the many other staff members, too numerous to list, at LCGH.

Memorials in Margaret’s name may be made to: Beaver Camp, c/o Campership Fund, 8884 Buck Point Road, Lowville, NY 13367 or https://beavercamp.org

Messages of sympathy may be shared with the family online at: www.sundquistfh.com

Boonville-William {Bill} Daskiewich, 88 passed away at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center on November 30, 2019.

He was born in Boonville on October 9, 1931 a son of William H. and Beulah Cole Daskiewich. He graduated from Boonville High School in 1949 and served in the U. S. Army from 1952-54. . He married Lois Perreault on August 20, 1955 at Sacred Heart Church, Utica. Bill then attended Oswego State College, graduating in 1958 and became an Industrial Arts teacher. His first teaching position was at Dolgeville, where he also taught Driver Education. He also taught in Van Hornesville for four years. The couple moved to Boonville in 1966, where he taught industrial arts at Strough Junior High, Rome. They built their home on Lewis Road and raised their family there, before building their home on Carol Place, Boonville in 1998. After his retirement from Rome City School District, Bill and Joe Pfeiffer built several homes in the Boonville area.

Bill was a member of St. Joseph’s/Christ our Hope Parish, Boonville Knights of Columbus, where he served as Grand Knight from 1969-76, Boonville Elks Lodge, Harland J. Hennessey V.F.W., Boonville, Charles J. Love Post American Legion, Boonville, Bill served as a Boonville Village Trustee from 2007-2011, he also served as Clerk of the Works for the construction of Kortenaer Village. He enjoyed woodworking, golfing, bowling and fishing and would always lend a helping hand to people in need.

Surviving are his wife, Lois of 64 years; two daughters, Nanette and Thomas Podkowka, Boonville and Patti McCale (Buck Hiemstra), Camden; son, William Daskiewich, Boonville; nine grandchildren, Bree, Kari, Justine, Emma, Abby, Rory, Katherine, Amy and Julie; 11 great grandchildren, Wasyl, Waylon, Cole, Lydia, Lincoln, Brock, Brent, Maggie, Wesley, Sloane and Chase; sister, Joy Ann Miller, Utica; several nieces and nephews.

A prayer service will be at 10:15 a.m. Saturday, December 7, 2019 at Mills Funeral Home, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. at Christ Our Hope Church, Boonville with Rev. Thomas Ward officiating. Calling hours will be held on Friday at Mills Funeral Home, 301 Post Street, Boonville from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Memorial contributions can be made to Christ Our Hope Memorial Fund. For an online message of sympathy please go to www.millsfuneralhomes.com

GLENFIELD-Beatrice Z. Waldron, 55, of Blue Street, Glenfield, passed away on Tuesday morning, November 26, 2019 at her home, under the loving care of her family and Lewis County Hospice.

The funeral service will be at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 30, 2019 at Iseneker Funeral Home, Inc. Calling hours are from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. prior to the funeral service, at the funeral home. Contributions may be made to Lewis County General Hospital Fund for Hope, 7785 N. State Street, Lowville, NY 13367.

Beatrice is survived by her husband of 35 years, Edward; four children, Joshua Waldron and his companion, Emilee Mullin of Watson; Justin Waldron of Glenfield; Travis and Stephanie Waldron of Lowville; Blair Waldron and her companion, Zachary Farless of Glenfield; 11 grandchildren, Kendra, Carsen, Braedyn, Graham, Owen, Zaidalynn, Blake, Trentyn, Jaden, Alivea, and Avery; her siblings and their spouses, William Blair of Remsen; Bruce and Mary Blair of Madera, CA; Barry and Connie Blair of Whitney Point; Brent Blair of Utica; Rebecca and Bob Cummings of Turin; and Beth Blair of Oriskany; her mother-in-law, Pearl Waldron; her husband’s siblings, Tammy Waldron; Patty and Roger Bush; Mary Waldron and her companion, David DiCesare; Dawn Waldron; Daniel and Kathleen Waldron; two aunts; several nieces, nephews, and cousins. She is predeceased by her parents; a brother Bradford Blair; a sister Brenda Blair; her father-in-law, Edward Waldron, Sr.; and a sister-in-law, Anne Waldron.

Beatrice was born on October 18, 1964 in Rome, NY, a daughter of the late William and Shirley Yousey Blair. She graduated from Adirondack High School in 1982. While in school, Beatrice attended B.O.C.E.S. in Glenfield for Nursing and earned her LPN. Prior to her marriage, she worked for Sunset Nursing Home in Boonville. On September 29, 1984, she married Edward Waldron Jr. at Boonville United Methodist Church with Rev. Bill Mudge officiating. Over her career Beatrice worked for Lewis County General Hospital, Lyons Falls Head Start, Lewis County Mental Health, and most recently working for North Country Family WIC Clinic in Lowville.

Beatrice enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, enjoying the outdoors on her porch, flower gardening and crafts.

Condolences may be shared online at www.isenekerfuneralhome.com

Boonville- Angela Cady, 82, of 115 South St., widow of Jack and a former resident of Potato Hill Road, near Boonville, passed away Monday, November 25, 2019, at the Abraham House of Rome.

 

Angela was born in Rome, on February 6, 1937, where she grew up and graduated from Rome Free Academy, with the Class of 1955. On August 6, 1955, Angela was united in marriage with John W. “Jack” Cady, at St. John the Baptist Church, Rome. Thereafter for several years the couple resided in Rome, before moving to Lowville and later relocating to Potato Hill Road, Boonville, where they resided for many years.

 

In 1982, Jack and Angela established Angie’s Family Pizzeria and Restaurant on South State St. Lowville. In 1985, the couple purchased the former Friendly Tavern on Route 12 near Boonville, establishing Angie’s Family restaurant, a well-known eatery featuring Italian and American Cuisine. They sold their Lowville restaurant in 1987 and their Boonville restaurant in the mid 1990’s. Mr. Cady, a veteran of the Korean War era and longtime salesman of newspaper advertising, passed away on April 17, 2013. In 2016, Angela moved to her present home at Kortenaer Village, Boonville.

 

Mrs. Cady was a member of St. Joseph’s Church, Boonville, where she a former Eucharistic Minister. She was a member of the Young at Heart Senior Citizens of Boonville and the XYZ Senior Citizens of Remsen.

 

She is survived by one daughter, Barbara Ann Cady, Milford, NH; one son and daughter-in-law, David J. and Karen D. Cady, Boonville; four grandchildren, Joseph and Jason Guelfi and Elijah Markey, all of Milford, NH, Christopher Cady, Rome, two great grandchildren, Jackson Guelfi and Mia Guelfi.

 

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday, November 27, at 1:00 P.M. at St. Joseph’s Church, Boonville, where Rev. Thomas A. Ward, pastor will officiate. Interment will be in St. Joseph’s Cemetery, Boonville. There will be no calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to Abraham House Hospice, 417 North Washington St. Rome, NY 13440. Her funeral arrangements are in care of Trainor Funeral Home, Boonville.

Boonville- Joan "Grandma" Kline, 79, passed away on November 22, 2019 at Sunset Nursing and Rehabilitation Center due to illness.

She was born in Forestport, NY on November 27, 1939 a daughter of Thomas and Victoria Ferjet. She grew up in Forestport, NY and graduate from Forestport High School. She spent many years employed at the Oneida County Office building, Utica where she worked in audit and control. In 1985 Joan met her husband and love of her life Charles “Chuck” Kline in which she married in 1992. Joan and Charles both had children from previous marriages but accepted each others as their own and formed a family together. After the loss of her son Daniel Vaughn in 2007 Joan and Charles took in her two grandchildren Mackenzie and Darius Vaughn in which she raised until her very last breath. Joan’s grandchildren were her world and she enjoyed spending most of her free time laughing with them as she watched them grow. Also in her free time Joan enjoyed going to garage sales with her husband until his passing in 2015. She also enjoyed many ice cream cones with her sister Laura Williamson. Joan had a laugh that was contagious and anyone would be lucky to have known her.

Surviving are her son, Richard Vaughn, Oswego; her grandchildren, Mackenzie and Darius Vaughn, Boonville, Joshua, Rebecca and Christopher Roberts, Boonville, as well as many other “grandchildren” who she loved dearly; one sister, Laura Williamson, Constableville; a step daughter, Amy Roberts and husband Brian Roberts. She was predeceased by her mother and father, Thomas and Victoria, son, Daniel Vaughn and many siblings.

 

There will be no services. A private burial will take place for family at Boonville Cemetery in the spring. Arrangements are by Mills Funeral Home, Boonville. For an online message of sympathy please go to www.millsfuneralhomes.com.

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