Leonard J. Cooper

Leonard J. Cooper, 84, passed away peacefully on February 8, 2017. He is survived by his wife of almost 62 years, Carol Frawley Cooper; his brother, William A. Cooper; his daughters, Colleen (Robert) Walker, Sandra (Chris) Hirsh, Mary (Larry) Hughes; his son, Jeffrey Cooper; his grandchildren, Mandy (Greg) Walts, Michael Hirsh, Joshua Gates, April (Scott) Urban, Randi (Nicholas) Proukou, Ashley (Aaron)
Sirtoli, Ryanne Hughes, Travis Hughes, Lindsey
(Ryan) Hirsh, Kori Hughes, Kylee Hughes, Jeffrey Cooper, Jacob Cooper; and his great-grandchildren, Brian Fipps, Collin Fipps, Eva Fipps, Kelly Runge, Bailey Runge, Lukas Sirtoli, Levi Proukou, Evan Sirtoli, Keegan Sirtoli, and Maeve Urban.

Leonard was born July 21, 1932 to Alice (Kingsley) and
Leonard Cooper, Sr.. He attended primary and secondary school in North Syracuse and Central Square, graduating from Sandy Creek High School in 1949. He
received his Bachelor of Science Degree from SUNY
Oswego in 1953, and his Master’s Degree from SUNY
Oswego in 1958. Leonard proudly served in the United
States Army prior to marrying his wife Carol in 1955. He
was also a member of the VFW Post 5540, Phoenix,
since 1957.
Leonard worked as a teacher in Brownville Schools and
in Baldwinsville Central Schools. He was quickly pro
moted to School Administration in Baldwinsville, and
served in that district for 39 years. Leonard helped
develop Baldwinsville’s first intramural and adult
education programs, notably, he was the first Director
of Personnel at Baldwinsville Schools.
After his retirement in 1989, Leonard continued his
dedication to the education system by acting as a NYS
Hearing Officer for disadvantaged students, assisting
in their placement for academic success. In the years
following, he held numerous state office titles within the
school administrators association. Additionally, an active
member of the First Congregational, UCC in Phoenix,
Leonard served as Chairman and member on the Board
of Trustees, and was integrally involved with Sunday
School operations.
As a lifelong sports enthusiast and avid golfer, Leonard
acted as President and founder of the Board of Directors
of the Beaver Meadows Golf & Recreation Association.
Furthermore, for 27 years, Leonard was a passionate
high school and collegiate level soccer referee. He
enjoyed most watching his children and grandchildren
participate in their various activities, both during and
after school age years. He took pride in achievements
of those he loved and relished celebrating their successes.
A celebration of Leonard’s life will be held at the First
Congregational, United Church of Christ, 43 Bridge St.,
Phoenix, on Monday February 13, 2017. The family will
receive friends and loved ones from 1: 00 to 3:00 p.m..
The memorial service will follow at 4:00 p.m..
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the First
Congregational, UCC, General Operating Fund, in
memory of Leonard Cooper.
Arrangements in care of: Allanson-Glanville-Tappan
Funeral Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix, NY 13135.

Earnest L. Milstead

Earnest L. Milstead, 92, of Pennellville, NY passed away
on Friday February 3, 2017. He was born on August 19,
1924 to his late parents, Mavis (Henson) and Dewey
Milstead in Decatur, IL. A veteran of the U. S. Navy
serving from 1942-1946.

Earnest was a member of the North Syracuse Baptist
Church. He was employed as an electrician for General
Electric Company, Syracuse for 31 years, retiring in 1985.
Surviving are his loving wife of 69 years, Gladys (Beebe)
Milstead; two daughters, Diane (John) Navin and Carolyn
(Jim) Comer; one son, David Lee Milstead; seven grand
children; several great-grandchildren; one great-great
granddaughter; two brothers Larry Milstead and Glenn
Milstead; nieces and nephews.
A calling hour will be from 2 to 3 p.m. on Tuesday Feb.
7, 2017, at the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home,
431 Main St., Phoenix, NY. The funeral service will follow
at 3 p.m. with Pastor Douglas (Patricia) Miller officiating.
A special tribute to Ernest by vocalist Josh Comer will
be included during the service.
Spring burial with military honors will be in Pennellville Cemetery, County Route 54, Pennellville, NY 13132.

Donald Jospeh Grew

Donald Jospeh Grew, 80, of Maplehurst Drive,
Phoenix, NY, passed away on Friday January 20, 2017. Born to his late parents, Erna Rosalie (Grimm) and Frank Napoleon Grew on August 26, 1936 in Syracuse, NY.

Donald was a cab driver for Bellavia Transportation, Inc., East Syracuse, NY

A calling hour was on Thursday Jan. 26, from
2 to 3 p.m. in the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, Phoenix, NY.

A spring burial will be in Phoenix Rural Cemetery,
126 Chestnut St., Phoenix, NY 13135.

Maynard J. Lonis

Maynard J. Lonis, 97, of Phoenix, NY, passed away Wednesday surrounded by family. Born in 1919 to New York State Assemblyman Ernest J. Lonis and
wife Gertrude (Countryman) Lonis. Maynard grew up during the great depression working on his father’s
farm in Hannibal, NY. He graduated from Hannibal High School in 1936 and continued on with his education, a value he instilled in his family, with both his Bachelor’s Degree in (1940) and Master’s Degree (1951) from Oswego State. He served in WW II with the U. S. Maritime Service as the ship’s Chief Radio Officer, where he earned the nickname “Sparks” during 3 Theaters, in the Atlantic, Pacific and Mediterranean. Maynard had a passion for HAM Radio (W2MXE) and after the war, reveled in his time spent circumnavigating the world on sea-going voyages.
Following his career on the seas, he began teaching Industrial Arts at the Fulton School District. His love for electronics then lead him to a career working
for General Electric and Black Clawson.

He was predeceased by his loving wife of 54 years, Betty G. (Neilson) and his sister Bernadette Lonis.
Surviving are two sons, William E. of Phoenix and
Robert M. (Karen) of Murfreesburo, TN; a daughter,
Mary E. Alton of Pennellville; grandsons, Gregory
Alton (Elizabeth), Ryan, Preston and Blake Lonis;
granddaughter, Catherine Alton; great-grandchildren,
Maggie & Jackson Alton.

Services: Calling hours
Sunday, January 15, 2017 from 4 to 8 p.m., and a
funeral on Monday at 10 a.m. at the Allanson-Glan-
ville-Tappan Funeral Home in Phoenix, NY. Spring
burial in Phoenix Rural Cemetery. In lieu of flowers,
the family requests that contributions be made to:
Phoenix Central Schools Dollars for Scholars.

Norma J. Burton

Norma J. Burton, 90, of Pennellville, NY, passed away on Tuesday January 10, 2017 at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center, Syracuse, NY.
Born in Fulton, NY on October 27, 1926 to her late
parents, Gladys (Churchill) Smith and Ernest William Smith. Norma married Donald in 1948 and had three children. She was a loving wife and mother of her kids. Predeceased by her husband of nearly 59 years, Donald W. Burton on Sept. 20, 2007; her daughter-in-law, Sheila Burton in 2015.
Surviving are her children, Brenda (James) Callen of Phoenix, William Burton of Interlachen, FL; and Linda (Edward) Mason of Pennellville; 5 grandchildren Tammy Mantor, Nicole (Rick) Mason, Edward (Heidi) Mason, Jr., Erny (Mary) Mason, and Eric (Audrey) Mason; 9 great-grandchildren; cousins; and her canine Haylee.
Calling hours are on Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. with a 5 p.m. funeral service all in the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix, NY 13135
Contributions in Norma’s memory to: Paws Across Oswego County, 2035 Co. Rt. One, Oswego, NY 13126.

Edward B. “Ed” Fyler

Edward B. “Ed” Fyler, 78, of Phoenix, NY, passed away unexpectedly on Friday January 6, 2017 at home. He
was born in Syracuse, NY to his late parents, Helen (Neupert) and Eldon C. Fyler on April 28, 1938. He was
active in Boy Scouts. Ed graduated from C. W. Baker High School, Baldwinsville, class of 1956. He served in the US Army from 1957-59. Ed was a truck driver and a member of the Teamsters Local Union # 317, Syracuse. He was a former president for the Phoenix Lions Club; member of the Syracuse
Pistol Club in Clay; enjoyed hunting and fishing; a proud New York Yankee fan; and he loved to go to the Turning Stone Casino with friends and family.
He was predeceased by his brothers Walter in 1981 and James in 1954.
Surviving are his loving wife of 56 years, Leanne (Bettinger) Fyler; his children, Debra (Brian) Dates,Carolyn (Mike) Sacco, Ed Fyler, and Jan (Steve)
Strathmann; his sister-in-law Melissa Bettinger (Nancy Reed Carpenter); six grandchildren; four,great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews,
cousins, and many friends; his beloved canine Bailey.
A Catholic Mass will be on Tuesday January 10, 2017 at 9 a.m. in St. Stephen’s Church, 469 Main St., Phoenix, NY 13135, with the Rev. Philip Brockmyre officiating. Burial will follow the mass in Pine Plains Cemetery, 8686 Henry Clay Blvd., Clay, N.Y. 13041, where a military honor guard will offer veteran honors.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made in Ed’s name to: Phoenix Fire Dept., Fire & Emergency Fund, 457 Main St., Phoenix, NY 13135 or St. Stephen’s Church, 469 Main St., Phoenix, NY 13135
Arrangements by Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral
Homes, Inc., 431 Main St., Phoenix, NY.

Christine  M. Hayduke

December 22, 2016

Christine  M. Hayduke, 39 of Baldwinsville, former Clay
resident, passed away on Thursday December 22, 2016 at Crouse
Hospital in Syracuse, NY on Thursday.  Born in Oswego Hospital on January 7, 1977 to her parents Greg and Donnetta Hayduke of Clay.  She was a 1995 graduate of JCB High School
and a graduate of Brockport with a major in Political Science and a minor in Criminal Justice. Christine was a faithful Buffalo Bills fan.  She was a competitive athlete who enjoyed playing softball, basketball, soccer, and volleyball.  Christine was a four year member of the Phoenix Firebird marching band.She had a profound love and talent for both cooking andwriting.  Her interests also included reading, music, playing guitar, gardening and anything you could do in
the sun.  She was also a compassionate caregiver.
Christine loved spending time with her family and friends. She had a way of making people smile with her wonderful sense of humor, her beaming smile and her gentle spirit.
Predeceased by her maternal grandparents, Donal K. and Evonne (Emery) Mauser; paternal grandfather Andrew Hayduke; uncle and coach Kamden D. Mauser.
Surviving are her parents Greg and Donnetta Hayduke of Clay, NY; brother Gregory Hayduke; sister Heather Hayduke (Jeff Sloan); nephew Zachary Walter; sisterNatalie Williams (Mike Williams); nephews Michael and Nathaniel; niece Charlotte Williams; grandmother Betty Hayduke; several aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and feline companion Midnight.
Calling hours are from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday January 7, 2017 followed by a 5:30 funeral service in
Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home at 431 Main
St., Phoenix.  Rev. Philip Brockmyre will officiate the
service.  Burial will be at a later date.
Contributions in loving memory of Christine to: The Humane Society of CNY, 4915 W. Taft Rd., Liverpool, NY

Angelina M. “Angie” Viau

Angelina M. “Angie” Viau, 40 of Matthews, NC, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday December 25, 2016
Born to her parents Gladys M. (Garrett) and Martin D. Roarke on January 15, 1976 in Syracuse, NY. She worked for Red Ventures Co. in Ft. Mill, SC where she was a customer service representative.
Angie was a member of No Rules Riders Rider Club.
She was a very passionate and talented singer as well.
Surviving are her husband of 11 years, James M. Viau; step-son Connor Viau; her mother Gladys Roarke; her father Martin (Kim) Roarke; her sister Jennifer (James) Morey; her mother-in-law Patti (Mark) Sachuk; her father-in-law Phillip (Kim) Viau; her sister-in-law Sara Viau; her aunt and God mother Paula Eastman; her
sister at heart, cousin by birth Jodi Wisowaty; her aunt Melva Minier; her uncle Donald Garrett; her nephew Martin Richardson; her nieces Ella Walco and Paige
Viau; many cousins and friends. Calling hours are from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday December
30, in the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix, NY 13135.
Contributions in memory of Angie to: Alzheimer’s Association, 441 W. Kirkpatrick St., Syracuse, NY 13204

Morgan Ann Stoutenger

Morgan Ann Stoutenger, 18, of Liverpool, passed away
on Thursday December 15, 2016. Born in Oswego to
her parents, Linda A. Granger and Dana Stoutenger on
December 19, 1997. She was a graduate of J. C.
Birdlebough High School in Phoenix, NY, class of 2016.
Morgan was a very creative artist.

Predeceased by her grandmother Deborah Granger in 2009.
Surviving are her father, Dana (Rebecca) Stoutenger of
Phoenix; her mother, Linda A. (Michael) Grieves of
Liverpool; her brother Dana Stoutenger, Jr.; her paternal
grandparents, Lloyd and Mary Stoutenger; her maternal
grandparents, Ed and Mary Granger; her boyfriend
Jacob Robinson; numerous aunts, uncles; extended
family members and friends.
Calling hours are on Monday December 19, from 2 to 4
and 7 to 9 p.m. in the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral
Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix, NY 13135.
A graveside service will be in the Spring in the Lake View
Cemetery, Interlaken, in the town of Covert, NY.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made payable to:
Jacob Robinson to help pay his medical expenses.