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Obituaries Part 2 The first page got too long, so here are the obituaries from October going forward: If you know of any classmates we have lost that are not mentioned here, please contact me using the Contact Form to your left. Send me the persons name and the paper the obituary was published in along with the date if know. Better yet, because if the obituary is older than 1 month, they charge to retrieve it, please send me a typed version, or scan the page and send me it as a picture.

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NEW— I made sure that if mentioned, the graduation year is in this format: Now you can search by using your browsers search bar on this page by class year. Type in the search string you are looking for -for example class of or what ever class you want, then click Next. Now you learned something. Please do this for both pages -Obituaries and Obituaries Cont. Ted was born the son of Leonard and Lillian Hughes Wheeler. At an early age of 20, Ted worked in electrical construction in many different states.

During the summer months they vacationed on the coast of Maine. He was an avid hunter, fisherman and trap and skeet sportsman for which he won many state awards. She attended and graduated from Oneonta City Schools. Donna and John would have celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary later this month. She loved being around John and doing things together; she had very special memories of their trips to Seneca and the Finger Lakes. She had one of the kindest hearts you could ever imagine.

One of her favorite family night activities was playing Parcheesi with her grandsons. Donna was definitely a people person. She would go out of her way to say a kind word to strangers she met on the street or sitting out on her front porch with her husband and would always have a friendly greeting for anyone passing by.

She was predeceased by her son, Tracy Lee Beers. He was born on Aug.

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He married Margaret J. Jackson in , who predeceased him on Sept. He was also predeceased by his brother, Wilbur Waring on Dec. He owned an electric motor shop in Oneonta at an early age until he entered the service on Jan. He served in Europe from until with the nd Ordinance Evacuation Company as a wrecker crewman.

Upon returning from overseas service, he worked as a foreman at the Lynn Coach Company in Oneonta. He then worked in Norwich with Osborne Electric where he returned to his original vocation in electric motor repair. He eventually bought the business and operated it until his retirement in He and Margaret raised a family in Norwich, spending summers at their cottage on Goodyear Lake where they relocated upon their retirement.

Winters were spent in Tarpon Springs, Fla. Irwin is survived by his son, Robert L. Waring and his wife, Lilia of Westborough, Mass. Harrison and her husband, Don of Maryland.

He is also survived by his granddaughters, Alison Waring of Westborough, Mass. Touse and his wife, Elizabeth of McLean, Va. Irwin was known for his kindness and was loved by many for his selfless, caring ways. Jim was born Oct. He married Charlotte Lunn of Oneonta in Jim was a lifetime resident of Oneonta except for his teenage years, when he lived in Norwich. Following his discharge from active duty in , Jim remained in the Air Force Reserve for 23 years, retiring at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in He pursued advanced studies at the University of Pittsburgh, receiving a Master of Letters degree in history in In , Jim accepted a position as a special agent with Prudential Insurance Company.

Jim was elected mayor of Oneonta in , as a Democrat at a time when registered Republicans in Oneonta outnumbered Democrats two-to-one. His administration was noted for bipartisan cooperation and progressive reform. He served one term before returning to full-time employment selling life insurance for Prudential. He later served as Alumni Director and Admissions Counselor, retiring in Jim joined the Board of Directors of Wilber National Bank in , and remained in that position until In demand as a Master of Ceremonies for more than 50 years, Jim was known for his quick wit and good-humored ribbing.

He was an avid bowler and lifelong tennis player, winning many tournaments and contests, including the City of Oneonta Singles Tennis Championship in , and serving a stint as coach of the Hartwick College tennis team in the s. Lunn of Evans, Ga. He lived his life in Oneonta until , when he moved to New England to be closer to family. He was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for heroic achievement in He and his wife loved Saturday night disco dancing at the Holiday Inn with their many friends.

He was a talented woodworker helping his children and family friends renovate and remodel their homes. He is also survived by niece, Sandra Briscoll and nephew, William Keeble.

Lewis passed away Aug. Fox Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. He was born on Nov. On April 2, , he married Dorothy Moore in Laurens. Fred attended Oneonta schools and was a member of the Oneonta High School class of He was active in railroad labor, serving as president of the local lodge of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and the Order of Railroad Conductors.

These organizations became the United Transportation Union, of which he was a life member. Army for three years in the United States and Europe. He was proud to be a citizen of Oneonta and served on many committees and commissions. He served on the reapportionment committee when the city went from six to eight wards, and for many years on the Public Service Board. Fred was a former member of the Democratic City Committee and twice ran for alderman from the Fifth Ward.

He was predeceased by his granddaughter Cara Fuller in She was born Sept. She graduated from Oneonta High School in and served in the U. She trained at Hunter College and was stationed in Washington, D. On April 2, , she married Fred J. Lewis in Laurens, a marriage that lasted 68 years. She was a homemaker in the true sense of the word and was always ready to volunteer as a classroom mother, Scout leader, to work at a rummage sale or to canvass for a charity.

She also worked on the Fifth Ward Election Board for many years. She was predeceased by her husband, Fred J. Hastie, 93, longtime resident of Oneonta, passed away Saturday, Oct.

Fox Memorial Hospital in Oneonta. Henry was born on Sept. Henry was also a member of the German and mathematics clubs. Henry graduated from Oneonta High School in and then took his freshman year at Hartwick College before transferring to Cornell University, where he earned an Artium Baccalaureatus Degree in Henry went to work for Norwich Pharmaceuticals for around seven years, where he was an organic research chemist.

On June 3, , Henry was granted a patent for a discovery he made during his research. After leaving Norwich, Henry went on to hold teaching positions at several colleges and universities across the country including a return to Hartwick College, where he was a chemistry lab assistant from to ; an acting instructor of chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee from to; a chemistry professor at Benedict College in Columbia, S.

From to ; and a biochemistry instructor at the Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine from to He is also a former member of the American Association of University Professors.

Henry was also a published poet and a member of the International Society of Poets. Rivino of Olive Branch, Miss. He was born Aug. He was a graduate of St. He also attended Oneonta High School. David also played football for the Oneonta Indians.

David also coached Little League Baseball for several years and led his team to a state championship in Anthony Health after a six-month battle with pancreatic cancer.

She was born April 26, , in Oneonta, N. She graduated from Oneonta High School class of They moved to Michigan City in She was preceded in death by her parents.