Ralph H. Colmenero
Ralph H. Colmenero, 55, of Bleecker Street, Gloversville, passed away at Albany Medical Center on Friday, April 28, 2017, surrounded by his loving family.
Born in Poughkeepsie, NY, on March 21, 1962, a son of Ruth Colmenero of Burlingham, NY. Mr. Colmenero was employed at Conifer Park for 13 years, Lexington Center, as well as, Somerset Industries in Gloversville for two years. Ralph loved to go camping.
Survivors include his loving wife, Lavetta Countryman Colmenero; sisters, Ruthann Lewis of Burlingham and Linda Sarigians of Arizona; his brother, Marcel Colmenero of Glenville; stepdaughter, Cheryl Miles (Matt Gonzalez) of Johnstown; two grandchildren; mother-in-law, Carol Countryman; two sisters-in-law; two brothers-in-law. Nieces, nephews and cousins.
Arrangements for Ralph are under the care of Walrath & Stewart Funeral Home, 51 Fremont Street, Gloversville. Please visit the family’s online guestbook at www.brbsfuneral.com.
Charles E. Darrow
Mr. Charles E. Darrow, 62, of Hilltop Road, Sprakers, New York, died Monday, April 30, 2017, at St. Mary’s Healthcare in Amsterdam, following a long illness.
Born on July 13, 1954 in Little Falls, NY, he was the son of Harold Edward Darrow and Anne K. Davi Darrow. He was a graduate of Canajoharie High School, class of 1972 and was a lifetime area resident.
Mr. Darrow worked for Hussmann Corp. in Gloversville, in the maintenance department, as a group leader, for over 35 years.
He played football in the Spraker’s Shit Kicker’s League. He was a former Rifle Club member at Canajoharie School. Charles enjoyed cooking and chit chatting with people. He loved his four cats, who will miss him terribly.
On July 13, 2002, at the Currytown Church, Charles was married to Laura May Wells. Together they celebrated almost 15 years of marriage.
Mr. Darrow is survived by his wife, Laura May Darrow of Sprakers, NY; son, Jacob E. Darrow of Rochester, NY; step-children, Aubrey and Bill Dingman of Canandaigua, NY, Deborah Stella and fiance, Jason Rockwell of Johnstown, NY, Jesse and Gwen Stella of Albany, NY, Amanda Stella and boyfriend, Robert Epting of Fultonville, NY; sisters, Deborah and Robert Buck of Johnstown, NY, Phyllis and Anthony Lapi of Sprakers, NY; grandson, Samuel Darrow; granddaughter, Jacqueline Darrow; step-grandchildren, Paige and Olivia Dingman, Gabriel Rockwell, Gino Stella, Brenden Epting; several nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Contributions in memory of Mr. Charles E. Darrow may be made to the American Diabetes Assoc., Albany Office, 7 Washington Square, Albany, NY 12205.
Please sign the online guestbook for Mr. Darrow at www.houghtalingandsmith.com.
Ardeth Jean Edwards
Ardeth Jean Edwards, age 82, of Johnstown, passed away on Friday, April 28, 2017, at Ellis Hospital, Schenectady with her loving family by her side.
She was born on March 15, 1935 in Baltimore, Maryland, a daughter of the late Lewis and Evelyn Hartman.
Ardeth was raised in Baltimore where she attended local schools. She worked for over twenty years as a seamstress at the Johnstown Knitting Mill until retiring due to her disability. She made many new friends and missed them all very much when she retired. Mrs. Edwards was of the Catholic faith, a communicant of the former St. Patrick’s Church in Johnstown. She was an avid bowler and at one time was a member of “Thursday Royals” bowling team. Ardeth also enjoyed crocheting, watching figure ice skating competitions on TV, reading the local paper, watching the many different birds feeding at the bird feeders just outside her window, and going out to dinner visiting many local restaurants. Her favorites were Lanzi’s Sport Island Pub and Romano’s. She also enjoyed going to the Saratoga Casino and the Turning Stone Casino. She had the opportunity to visit the new Rivers Casino as well. She enjoyed life to its fullest despite her disabilities and will be deeply missed by her family and all who knew her.
She is survived by her son, Robert “Mike” Edwards and his wife Paula of Johnstown; one daughter, Evelyn L. Edwards of Johnstown; two grandchildren, Justin M. Edwards and Ashley M. Edwards also of Johnstown; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her three siblings: brothers, Harry Hartman, Frank Hartman; and a sister, Dolores L. Wise.
Contributions in Ardeth’s memory may be made to the American Heart Association, 4 Atrium Drive, Suite 100, Albany, New York 12205.
Condolences to the family may be made at www.agcolefuneralhome.com.
Margaret A. Halpin
Margaret “Peg” A. Halpin, 83, of Old State Road, Broadalbin died Thursday May 4, 2017, at St. Mary’s Healthcare, Amsterdam with loving family at her side.
She was born in New York City on May 12, 1933, a daughter of Henry and Mary McCartin Nugent and was a graduate of Bayside High School. Peg lived in Levittown, Long Island for 10 years before moving to Broadalbin in 1972.
Mrs. Halpin was a cook at several area restaurants and later worked as a bus driver for the Broadalbin Central School District. She later was an instructor at Liberty Enterprises, Amsterdam for 11 years, retiring in 1999. She was of the Catholic faith.
The role Peg cherished was that of wife, mother and grandmother. She loved her family and loved people. Peg enjoyed entertaining and loved a house full of company.
In addition to her parents and several siblings, she was predeceased by a son, Timothy, who died in 1975. Survivors include her husband, Donald Halpin, Sr., whom she married on October 7, 1955; two sons, Donald (Lauri) Halpin, Jr. of Webster and William Halpin of Johnstown; two daughters, Linda Castro of Amsterdam and Doreen Halpin of Broadalbin; two sisters, Kathleen Stein of Whitestone, N.Y. and Mary Serafina of Atlanta, GA; five grandchildren, Daniel Castro, Molly Halpin, Michelle and Eric Insogna, and Amber Passino; two great-grandchildren, Connor Insogna and Fiona Spraker; several nieces, nephews, and cousins; and her precious dog, Dolly.
Cremation was performed at Park View Crematorium, Schenectady. Burial will be in the Broadalbin-Mayfield Rural Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Assoc., in care of the funeral home.
Kevin E. Hanley
Kevin E. Hanley, 63, passed away at home in Johnstown, NY on Friday, April 28, 2017, after a long courageous fight with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease). Kevin was born in Batavia, NY on June 28, 1953, to the late James B. and Norma (O’Neil) Hanley.
Kevin graduated from Notre Dame High School, where he excelled in cross-country and track. He won many league championships and held the two mile record for over forty years. Kevin graduated from Niagra University, where he won many races and was All-State runner in 1971 and 1972. Kevin managed stores for F.W. Woolworth Co. in Rochester, NY, Erie, PA, Pittsburgh, PA, Utica, NY, Schenectady, NY and Albany, NY. Kevin then owned and operated a Ben Franklin store in Gloversville, NY with his wife Nancy. Kevin was the manager of Big Lots in Troy, NY when he was forced to retire early due to this horrible disease. Kevin was an avid Boston Red Sox and Buffalo Bills fan. He enjoyed golfing and fishing at his camp. Kevin was a member of the Holy Trinity Parish in Johnstown.
He is survived by his wife Nancy; his brother, James Hanley from Rochester, NY; his son, Gary Call Hanley (Julie) from Nashville, TN; his stepson, Robert Kraemer (Sarah) from Johnstown; and his three wonderful grandchildren, Kevin from Nashville, Madelyne and Michael from Johnstown. Kevin is also survived by his favorite uncle, James O’Neill from Flushing, NY. Kevin also leaves behind his constant companion, Irish Setter Blarney.
We would like to thank the caring people at the ALS Regional Center in Albany, Trish, Liz, Suzie, Kathy and Dr. Miller. A special thanks to Dr. Wymer for all your inspiration. Also a heartfelt thanks to everyone at Mountain Valley Hospice. To our Hospice nurse, Anna Marie, who eight months ago you walked into our home and held our hands and touched our hearts. To our home health aide, Laura, thank you for your, compassion and reassurance. Thank you to Kevin’s special caretakers and friends, Brenda and Cheryl. A message from Kevin: “This disease did not and could not take away my faith. This disease did not and could not touch what was in my heart. See you on the other side. Keep the Faith…”
He will be laid to rest in St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Batavia.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to Mountain Valley Hospice (108 Steele Ave. Gloversville, NY 12078) or ALS Regional Center (19 Warehouse Row, Albany, NY 12205) in memory of Kevin Hanley. For more information, please call (585) 343-8260 or to sign a message of condolence, please visit www.gilmartinfuneralhome.com. Arrangements completed by Gilmartin Funeral Home & Cremation Company Inc., 329-333 West Main Street, Batavia, New York 14020.
James “JimBob” Kollar, 63, of Johnstown, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at home surrounded by his loving family after a courageous battle with cancer.
Born on December 17, 1953; he was a son of the late George and Betty Johnson Kollar. Jim is a lifelong resident of the City of Johnstown and a graduate of Johnstown High School, Class of 1972. Jim worked for Curtin-Herbert in Gloversville for 35 years and Tempering Equipment in Fonda for 3 years until his retirement in 2016. He was a member of the Johnstown Eagle’s Club for over 20 years.
Jim was a music lover and many knew Jim as “JimBob” while he was a DJ for weddings, parties and other occasions since the 1980s. He loved his model trains and for many years he was a fixture at Super Dirt Week in Syracuse. Jim could always make people laugh with his sense of humor and jokes. Most of all, Jim loved being around his family and friends; he will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Survivors include his loving wife, Linda Putman Kollar, whom he wed on June 29, 1991; his siblings, Judy Smith, Linda Shufelt (Walter), George Kollar (Barbara), Amy Smith, Nick Kollar (Cindy), Jeff Kollar (Amy) and Dan Kollar; mother in law, Dorothy Putman; sister and brothers-in-law; nieces, nephew, great nieces and nephews and cousins also survive. James is also survived by his beloved Lab, Morgan.
Burial will be at Ferndale Cemetery.
Special thank you to Jim’s nurse Robin and his aide Debbie for their care and compassion at this difficult time and making Jim comfortable in his last few days.
Memorial donations in James’ name can be made to NYOH, 1700 Riverfront Center, Amsterdam, N.Y., 12010 or to Mountain Valley Hospice, 108 Steele Ave, Gloversville, NY, 12078. Please visit the family’s online guestbook at www.brbsfuneral.com.
Solomon C. May Jr.
Solomon C. May Jr., 69, of Gloversville, passed away at his home on May, 3 2017, after a long illness. His loving family was by his side. Born in Northville, NY on August 13, 1947, he was the son of the late Alice Higgins and Solomon May Sr. and raised by the late Catherine and John Walton of Northville.
Solomon was a lifetime resident of the area and enjoyed hunting, fishing and the Adirondacks with his family. He was extremely proud of his country and served both in the U.S. Navy and the Army National Guard. He served proudly in the Vietnam War as a Navy Corpsman.
Survivors include his loving wife of 47 years, Marilyn May; son, Solomon C. May III (wife, Lynette May); daughters, April Meyer (husband, John Meyer) and Kylie May; grandchildren, Sheyenne May, Natalie May, Nolan Meyer, Nora Meyer and Atticus May. He is also survived by his siblings and many extended family members and friends.
A military funeral will be held privately at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are in the care of Northville Funeral Service, 401 Bridge Street, Northville NY 12134. Online condolences may be made at www.northvillefuneralservice.com.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Wounded Warrior Project (www.woundedwarriorproject.org). In addition, please honor the deceased by thanking a veteran and making someone smile.
Lorraine Ross Muller
Mrs. Lorraine Ross Muller, 98, of Johnstown, NY, passed peacefully on Sunday, April 30, 2017, at Mountain Valley Hospice in Gloversville, NY. She was of the Protestant faith and a member of Grace Lutheran Church, Johnstown, NY.
Lorraine was born on November 6, 1918, to the late James Hanley and Gretchen (Margaret) Zimmermanm in Manhattan, NY. She was a graduate of Julia Richmond High School in New York City. Lorraine then went on to get a BS at Hunter College in New York. During World War II, she proudly served her country from home, working as a chemist for the Picatinny Arsenal, Picatinny, NJ. On Sept. 20, 1942, she was married to her husband and love, William Herman Muller. Lorraine was a school teacher on Long Island for many years and went on to work in the Building and Engineering Dept. of NYC Board of Education where she worked with her late husband, William H. Muller, who passed in 1982, the year Lorraine also retired. It was then she moved to Johnstown and loved her community and staying active with her friends. Lorraine belonged to many groups throughout her life, but especially enjoyed her affiliations with Grace Lutheran Church, Johnstown Seniors, Johnstown Historical Society, Friends of the Johnstown Library and serving as a board member for the Willing Helpers Home for Women. She was an avid bridge player and loved spending time with her family and loved ones at her Stoner Lake camp for over 50 years. Lorraine lived a full and meaningful life and will be missed dearly by those who loved her.
Lorraine leaves behind her son, Richard D. Muller of Vermillion, S.D.; her daughter, Meredith and son-in-law, Lansing Lord of Johnstown; her beloved grandchildren, Spencer B. Lord of Boston, MA and Heather M. Lord of Pasadena, CA; and her two great-grandchildren, Asher E. Wolenik and Madeline L. Wolenik, also of Pasadena, CA. She was predeceased by not only her husband and parents, but also her brother, James A. Ross; her sisters, Jaunice A. Berglof and Dawn A. Daubert and a daughter-in-law, Pamela Muller.
Those wishing to remember Lorraine in a special way may do so by making a contribution to: The Willing Helpers Home for Women, 226 W. Madison Ave., Johnstown, NY 12095. Online condolences can be made at www.ehleandbarnett.com. Lorraine’s final care has been entrusted to Ehle and Barnett FFH LLC, 15 N. William St., Johnstown, NY 12095.
Sanford C. Perham Jr.
Sanford C. “Ike” Perham Jr., 97, of Gloversville, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, at the Palatine Nursing Home surrounded by his loving family.
Born December 14, 1919, in Gloversville, he was the son of the late Sanford A. and Catherine Fonda Perham.
Ike was a lifelong resident of Gloversville. He proudly served his country during WW II in the Marine Corps from 1942-45 earning the rank of master technical sergeant. Ike was stationed in the Asiatic Pacific area from February of 1944 to September of 1945. He saw combat action against the enemy in Okinawa and received numerous awards and decorations for his service. Ike worked for Glove City Dairy as a laborer where he dedicated many years of service. He then went on to work for Curtin-Herbert Inc. in Gloversville as a laborer until his retirement. Ike also enjoyed hunting, fishing and spending time with family and friends.
Survivors include his cherished wife of 69 years, Cecilia Naish Perham; son, Charles “Chip” Perham (Loretta); daughter, Charlotte Conyne; grandchildren, John Kucipak (Laura), Melissa Perham, Danielle Sitz (Matt), William Conyne, James Conyne (Merlinda), Kelly Hendershot (Rich) and Corey Perham (Nick); great-grandchildren, Christopher Kucipak, Madelynn Sitz, Lilianna Hendershot and Sharon Hendershot; and sister-in-law, Jean Perham. He was predeceased by his sons, Clifford S. Perham and Robert “Bobby” Perham; brothers, Kenneth, Elmer, Robert, James and Raymond Perham; and sisters, Dora Patterson, Shirley Wagner, Eleanor Chase and Ruth VanVranken.
A calling hour to which relatives and friends are invited to attend will take place on Friday, May 19, 2017, from 2 to 3 p.m. at Walrath & Stewart Funeral Home, 51 Fremont Street, Gloversville. A service to celebrate Ike’s life will be held on Friday, May 19, at 3 p.m. at the funeral home with military honors.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Ike’s memory to the Mayfield Servicemans Club, P.O. Box 514, Mayfield, NY 12117 or to the Lions Clubs International Foundation, 300 W. 22nd Street, Oak Brook, IL 60523-8842.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Walrath & Stewart Funeral Home, Gloversville. Please visit the families online guest book to leave condolences and share memories at www.brbsfuneral.com.
Vincent Raucci passed away peacefully on May 3, 2017, following his courageous battle with cancer.
He was born on January 29, 1956, in Gloversville, NY. He has lived in Saratoga Springs, NY for approximately 25 years. Vincent was a graduate of Gloversville High School, SUNY Canton College and earned a bachelor’s degree from Daemen College. He owned his own truck and was a FedEx driver for 30 years. He recently retired.
Vincent loved fishing, camping, playing cards and taking part in the many activities in Saratoga, especially going to the track. He was a member of The Loyal Order of the Moose. He was an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan. He thoroughly loved spending time with his family and friends.
Vincent was predeceased by his father, Marshall Raucci Sr. and his mother, Grace Mele Raucci. He is survived by his wife, Lynne Raucci, whom he married in 2004. He is also survived by his sister, MaryLousie (Tim) Armstrong of Gloversville, NY; his brother, Marshall (Marian Mattison) Raucci of Providence, RI; his two stepsons, Jason Hinman and Paul Hinman; several nieces and nephews; many lifelong friends and his beloved dog, Mandy.
Burial will be at Mount Carmel Cemetery in Johnstown.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to: The Mohawk Hudson Humane Society in Saratoga Springs, NY, The American Cancer Society Hope Lodge in Boston, MA or Community Hospice in Saratoga Springs, NY. Online condolences made be made to www.finocanfh.com.
William H. Romaine
William H. Romaine, age 82, of Gloversville, passed away on April 17, 2017, after a very short illness.
He was born on Feb. 17, 1935, the son of William H. and Laura M. Travis Romaine. He attended Gloversville schools and later worked in many tanneries where he was superintendent in the majority of the places that he worked in.
He was a very avid deer and rabbit hunter and loved his hunting dogs. He also loved working in his garden and around his house. He enjoyed watching John Wayne movies and his dog Isabela.
He married Katherine Faliveno and they had four children, Thomas (Joyce) Romaine, William Romaine, Richard (Debra) Romaine, and Kelly Romaine. They also had six grandchildren and many great-grandchildren. In 1995 he married Kathy Wilson and she was the love of his life and they enjoyed many happy times together.
He is survived by his wife; his four brothers, Walter, James, John and Steven; his five sisters, Josephine Ward, Laura Dutcher, Ella Smith, Beverly Colby, all of Gloversville and Ethel Meher of Florida; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Richard and Robert; and sister, Evelyn Dutcher. He also lost his best friend and buddy, Bruce Gardner.
According to the wishes of Bill, there will be no visiting hours or funeral service. Cremation took place at Park View Crematory in Schenectady. His remains will be at the Kings Cemetery in Northampton.
He will be missed by all who knew him.
Renee H. Sowle
Renee H. Sowle, 32, of Gloversville, N.Y. joined her father, Philip, unexpectedly on May, 3, 2017. Renee was born to Philip A. Sowle and Susan M. Bergen on June 6, 1984, in Amsterdam, N.Y.
She attended Johnstown High School, graduating in 2002, where shortly after Renee started her employment at Lexington Inc., and most recently was a residential manager where she loved all her ladies she supported.
She loved her daughter Jazzlynn “Jazzy” Sowle more than anything, along with all her family.
She will be missed greatly by all who knew her contagious smile. She was a music enthusiast, enjoyed retail therapy, hanging out with friends and most of all enjoyed spending time with her sister at her home sitting by the pool. Renee leaves behind her beloved daughter, Jazzlynn “Jazzy” Sowle; her mother, Susan M. Bergen; her siblings, Darin Sowle (Lorraine), Ryan Sowle (Gina), Kelli Kenyon (Adrian), Arron Sowle (Samantha) and Heather Sowle (Ryan). She also leaves behind nine nephews; three nieces; with another special niece on the way, Averee. She was loved by all her aunts, uncles, and numerous cousins; along with special friends, Bar Dukes and Jamie Cross and many other good friends.
She joins her father, Philip A. Sowle, who passed in 2001; maternal grandparents, Helen and Walter; paternal grandparents, Ina and Clifford; as well as Jean Chase, her godmother and aunt which Renee was the twinkle of her eye. She was also joined by four uncles, Henry “Charlie” Bergen, Mike Tripp, Doug and David Sowle.
She will join her father and family at Union Mills Cemetery, Broadalbin. Anyone wishing to remember Renee in a special way can do so by donating to the Jazzlynn Jean Trust Fund, in care of Heather L. Sowle. Online condolences can be made at www.ehleandbarnett.com.
Jane Tilton, age 87, of Keyser Lake Road, Dolgeville, N.Y. passed away on Thursday, May 4, 2017 at Bassett Healthcare in Cooperstown.
She was born April 30, 1930, a daughter of the late Charles E. Tilton and Bertha (Smith) Weaver. The family home was on East Becker Street in Johnstown for many years. Besides her parents she was predeceased by a brother Earl T. Tilton of Bristol, N.Y. She is survived by a brother Charles J. Tilton of Livonia, N.Y. and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Jane is survived by many loving and caring friends who will sincerely miss her. She found great comfort in attending Curtiss Corner Church in Salisbury.
Burial will be at Fical Cemetery, town of Ephratah. The funeral directors are Harry J. & Kevin E. Enea (518) 568-2300. An online memorial page has been established at www.eneafamily.com on the Internet.
David Paul VanNostrand
David Paul VanNostrand, 63, of Mayfield, passed away Tuesday, May 2, 2017, with his loved ones by his side.
David was born on January 21, 1954, in Gloversville to Dean and Katherine VanNostrand. He was a lifelong resident of Mayfield, NY. He attended Mayfield High School. He married his sweetheart, Sheila, on August 8, 1987. They shared 29 loving years together.
David worked as an equipment and crane operator for Steven Miller General Contractors for 39 years, serving as one of the company’s most tenured employees. He was a dedicated hard worker.
He enjoyed fixing things, from cars to trucks and everything in-between, a true jack of all trades. His family was his pride and joy and his eyes lit up when one of his grandchildren called out for their Papa.
He was the kindest, most gentle, sincere and loving man. He took pride in providing for his family and helping others. He would drop anything to help a friend or family member who needed him. He loved waking up early and heading to the local Stewart’s for a coffee or riding in his old street rod cars. David loved life, was always smiling and happy.
He was predeceased by his father, Dean VanNostrand; and father-in-law, Henry Edwards Sr.
David is survived by his loving wife Sheila; children, Misty Ellis (John) of Florida, Mark VanNostrand (Bea) of Schoharie, Nicole Jandik (Eddie) of Mayfield and Katy Brower (Josh) of Mayfield; mother, Katherine VanNostrand of Mayfield; grandchildren, Zach, Caleb, Conor, Crimsin, Chloe, Brooklynn and his little buddy Eddie; siblings, Dean (Bethany) VanNostrand of Edinburg, Denny (Libby) VanNostrand of Mayfield, Dawn (Bob) Bruse of Northville, Rich (Judy) VanNostrand of Johnstown, Doug (Nancy) VanNostrand of Edinburg. He is also survived by aunts, uncles and many cousins, nieces and nephews.
Burial will be at King Cemetery, town of Northampton.
Memorial contributions may be made to www.youcaring.com/davidsheilavannostrand-809253. Condolences may be made to the family online at www.northvillefuneralservice.com.
Leonard A. Wells
Mr. Leonard A. Wells, 92, of Gloversville, passed away peacefully at his home on May 1, 2017. Born August 16, 1924, in Little Falls, the son of the late Charles H. and Lula M. Oathout Wells.
Leonard attended local schools. He was enlisted into the United States Army Air Force in 1943 and served in World War II in CBI. He was honorably discharged in 1945. He was a past Chief Ranger of the Forester’s Lodge, a member of the Johnstown VFW, and a founding lifetime member of the Day Center Beach Association. In his younger days, Leonard enjoyed boating on the Sacandaga and spending time at the family’s camp at the lake. Most of all he enjoyed time spent with family and friends.
Leonard was united in marriage to Wanda M. (Smith) Wells on October 20, 1946. Together they shared a union of 58 years until her passing January 2, 2005.
His loving family includes daughters, Marni Chaires (Amir) of Schenectady, Judith L. Wells of Milton, FL and Deborah Dietrich (Paul) of Amsterdam. He is also survived by nine grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by a brother, Edward Wells.
Burial will be at Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery, Schuylerville.
Arrangements are in the care of Gloversville Funeral Service, 4 Second Avenue, Gloversville NY 12078. Please visit the family’s online condolence website atwww.gloversvillefuneralservice.com.