Margaret E. Gardner

Margaret E. Gardner, 74, of Pennellville, NY passed
away at St. Joseph’s Hospital & Health Center, Syracuse,
NY on Wednesday June 28, 2017.
She was the daughter of the late Theresa (Lovejoy)
and William Crego, born on April 20, 1943 in Syracuse,
NY.  Margaret was a tester for Cambridge Filter Corp.,
Liverpool, NY.
Surviving are her companion Gerald P. Brown; one
daughter Tammy Earnshaw; two sons, David Drake
and Robert Drake; eight grandchildren; three great-
grandchildren.
Graveside services are on Wednesday July 5, 2017
at 2 p.m. in Pennellville Cemetery, County Route 54,
Pennellville. The Rev. Jeff Hodge will be officiating.
Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, Phoenix,
NY has charge of arrangements.

Korleen Booth Williams

Korleen Booth Williams, 98, former Lamson Rd., Phoenix, NY
resident passed away on Wednesday June 28, 2017 at Syracuse
Home Association, Baldwinsville.
Born in Natural Bridge, NY on July 24, 1918 to Patti (Tillotson)
and Sylvester Booth. She was a 1935 graduate of Carthage
High School. Korleen was active in the Civil Air Patrol, held her
pilots permit, and worked in the X-Ray department all in the
city of Watertown, NY. Koreen retired in 1984 from A. L. Lee
Memorial Hospital, Fulton, NY working in the credit department.
Predeceased by her husband Griffith L. Williams on May 23, 1978.
Surviving are five daughters, Catherine Goretsky, Sharon Roberts,
JoAnn (Ed) Smart, Beverly Wadowiec, and Janet Bentley;
16 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren.
Graveside services only, at 11 a.m. on Saturday July 22, 2017
in Phoenix Rural Cemetery, 126 Chestnut St., Phoenix, N.Y.,
with the Rev. Jeff Hodge officiating.
Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, Phoenix, has care
of arrangements.

David A. Day

David A. Day, Sr., 81, of Pennellville, NY, passed away on Tuesday June 20, 2017 at Crouse Hospital, Syracuse, NY.
He was born in Syracuse, NY to his late parents, Loretta
(Poshnan) and Donald Day on June 4, 1936. A graduate of Smith Technical School, he was a engineering manager
for New Process Gear Co., Syracuse, for many years. David served with the 174th Tactical Wing of the N.Y.S. Air National Guard, the 174th. Serving in Berlin, Germany. A talented detailed woodworker, he shared his works of art with family and friends who benefited from his projects.
Predeceased by his daughter Linda K. Storrings on
April 16, 2015. Surviving to cherish his memory are his wife of 41 years Marjorie A. (Matteson) Day; two daughters, Sharon Morgan of Amherst, NY and Elizabeth Day of Tonawanda, NY; one son David A. (Amy) Day of Pendleton, NY; three step-daughters Nancy Ryniec of Champaign, IL, Wendy Allen of Pennellville, NY, and Donna (George) Chesebro of Stanardsville, VA; one sister Carol Cassidy of Wanakena, NY; 13 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
Services are at 9 a.m. on Saturday July 1, 2017 in the Central Square Community Church, 833 U. S. 11, Central Square, NY 13036 with the Rev. Tonya Atwood Adams officiating. There are no calling hours. Burial will follow in Wanakena Cemetery, State Rd. 61, Wanakena, NY 13695.

Contributions in David’s memory to: Wanakena Historical
Association, 9 Hamele Street, Wanakena, NY 13695.

Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, Phoenix, NY
has care of arrangements.

Coral Ella Younis

Coral Ella Younis, 79, of Phoenix, passed away at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Syracuse, on Wednesday June 14, 2017.

She was born to her late parents, Frances E. (Harke) Kingsley and Harold E. Kingsley in Syracuse, on January 8, 1938.

Coral was a final inspector of surgical needles at the B. G. Sulzie, Inc., in North Syracuse, for many years.

Besides her parents, she was also predeceased by her sister, Sharon E. (Kingsley) Metcalfe, in 2012.

Surviving are her children, Robin L. Mueller of Olathe, Kans., Raymond C. Younis, Jr. and Kevin Younis of Phoenix; two brothers, Robert Kingsley and David Steves; her loving grandchildren and her great-grandson.

Graveside services were offered in Pine Plains Cemetery, Clay, NY, with the Rev. Vivian Summerville officiating.

Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, Phoenix, had care of arrangements.

Stephen J. Adams

Stephen J. Adams, age 60, passed away on June 11, 2017.
He was born on July 18, 1956 to John P. Adams, Sr. and
Antoinette Ranieri Adams. He grew up in Baldwinsville, NY
and attended Syracuse University.
He was predeceased by his parents and his brother, John
P. Adams, Jr. and also his by his “second mother”, Maria
Cotterman.
He was a devoted and loving father and caring friend. He
had a consuming passion for cars, and worked in the auto
industry throughout his life. He was extremely knowledgeable
and turned a mead wrench. His other vocation was cat lover.
His intellectual curiosity was boundless and he was interested
in all things scientific, especially weather, space and the natural
world. He loved Star Trek and science fiction. He was an avid
Buffalo Bills fan and enjoyed watching auto racing, usually from
behind his eyelids. He liked watching This Week with George
Stephanopoulos, which he referred to as “the weekly argument”.
He told terrible jokes, real groaners, and sang car songs off key,
and we loved him for it all. He made tremendously good coffee
and took care of us.
He is survived by his wife and friend, Melissa Colbert Adams and
his pride and joy, his son Avery John Adams both of Phoenix, NY.
He is also survived by his sister Patti Peek of North Syracuse and
Joanne Colbert of Phoenix. He leaves behind cousins Peter,
Michael, Joseph and John Ranieri and their families. He is
survived by his beloved cats, Gemma, Amelia, Lady Grey,
and Ptolemy.
Calling hours are on Wednesday June 14, from 4 to 7 p.m. in
the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, 431 Main St.,
Phoenix. Services are private.
In lieu of flowers, if you wish to honor Steve, please consider
a donation to Spay and Neuter of Syracuse or Helping Hounds.
Also, maybe go to the Syracuse Nationals and live it up.
“Why did the Italians lose the war? Because they used rigatoni
instead of shells”

Marcia Ann VanSteenburgh

Marcia Ann VanSteenburgh, 70, passed away peacefully, Tuesday June 6, 2017,
at home surrounded by her family, after a 9 year battle with
cancer. She was born in Syracuse and moved to Phoenix
in 1955 and lived there for the rest of her life. She was a
graduate of the John C. Birdlebough High School. She
loved to garden and craft.
Marcia is survived by her loving husband of 46 years, G.
Peter “Pete” VanSteenburgh; her two sons Bryan P.
VanSteenburgh and Erik J. VanSteenburgh; and two
grandchildren Alysha Jarrett and Haydn VanSteenburgh.
Memorial service to be held at Allanson-Glanville-Tappan
Funeral Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix on Tuesday June
13, 2017 at 10 a.m.. A luncheon buffet will follow at
R F H’s Hide-A-Way at 11 a.m..

Contributions can be made to the Phoenix Area Food
Pantry, 43 Bridge St., Phoenix, NY 13135.