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He graduated in 1977 with the first class of Marcus Whitman High School. Phil enjoyed working in his shop, and doing yard work. He faithfully followed his children’s and then his grandchildren’s activities. Laurel was a 2016 graduate of Marcus Whitman High School. Paul is survived by his son, Kyle Milton; his beloved fiancé, Jodi Johnson; his mother, Kathleen Milton; sister, Amy (Lisa) Milton-Cannon; brother, Lance (Amanda) Milton; niece, Elizabeth Milton; three nephews, Evan, Drew, and Aiden Milton-Cannon; mother of his son, Myriah Milton; and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Ty was retired from the Yates County Sheriff’s Department. Even the children wanted to make sure they got to say, “Hi” when they came in. William is survived by his mother, Robin Larson Rohrer; father, William A.

He enjoyed planting trees, pulling brush, mowing lawn and working on the land. He also enjoyed traveling with his camper and traveled through all the Provinces of Canada, and in retirement to Florida in the winter. Ronald retired from Tobins First Prize Meats after being a salesman for 27 years.

Tom owned an apple orchard on the home farm on Armstrong Road.

From a young age when she and her sister sang regularly on a local radio station, to her ability to play the piano and guitar by ear, to her time as the lead singer in a local country cover band called The Marauders [1970s], to the more recent assistance she gave in organizing Finger Lakes-area Blue Grass performances, music fed her heart.

She took an active role in cooking meals on-site in support of the 1974 Mohawk stand-off at Moss Lake, NY at which indigenous peoples were attempting to reclaim their traditional lands.

Dick worked part time at Haury Farms for several years. Dick enjoyed spending time at Angel’s Diner in Penn Yan. Brock was preceded in death by two brothers Lloyd, Jr. Please visit send a message of condolence to the Kinnear family.- Philip Andrew Allen, age 58, died Thursday, January 11, 2018. Sheldon collected Allis Chalmers and organized the Gathering of the Orange at the NYS Steam Pageant. They first ran a farm on “shares” until 1952, when they purchased and moved to a farm west of Geneva, NY. John, Rachel (David) Smith, and Alicia Rumsey; and his best friends, Nate Scott and Steve Pollock; and many other loving friends.

He was retired from Seneca-Gorham Telephone Company in 1994 after 30 years of service. A funeral service will be held Friday, January 19th at 10 a.m. He enjoyed dancing and watching “Walker Texas Ranger.” Brock is survived by three sisters, Lisa Costa, Leonora “Le” Swallow and Sylvia (Barry) D’Aprix ; two brothers, Foster (Olga) Kinnear and Theodore Kinnear; two sisters-in-law, Joy (widow of “Moose”) Kinnear and Debbie (widow of Michael) Kinnear; many nieces and nephews and some great-nieces and great-nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to Wounded Warriors Project, P. He mowed at the Steam Pageant grounds every Wednesday. She married Ralph Hemminger of Geneva, NY in 1947 and enjoyed 50 years of marriage before his death in 1997. He is also survived by 12 brothers and sisters, Cassandra (Jeff) Shallington, Gavin Shields, Nathan (Leah) Shields, Russell (Elizabeth) Noftell, Nicole (Derek) Corbin, John (Kaitlin) Shields, Jr., Mylinda (Patrick) De Rosia, Tony (Becky) De Rosia, Leela (Gerald) Valdez, Nina (Harold) St.

Phyllis is remembered by her long-time friends for her giving character as evidenced by the meals she provided and support she showed in times of need.