Paul Charles Litchison

Paul Charles LitchisonPaul Charles Litchison, 88, of Phoenix, NY died Saturday February 28, 2015
in St. Joseph’s Hospital after a long illness. He was born on May 19, 1926,
son of Paul Charles and Josephine E. Litchison (nee Whitecotton {Wirt}.
He spent his early childhood in Syracuse and high schools in Liverpool. Paul
joined the Boy Scouts in 1939, achieving the rank of Eagle Scout in 1943.
He was a U. S. Army veteran and served in Italy at the very end of World
War II. A huge fan of the Big Bands of the 1940’s, he greatly enjoyed events
at Drumlins and at the Persian Terrace of Hotel Syracuse.

Paul married Alma Jean Hill on October 21, 1950 at the First United Methodist
Church on West Genesee Street, Syracuse. They moved to Phoenix in 1954
where they raised four children, Louis, Charles, Becky, and Bonnie. Paul
worked for Allied Chemical at Solvay Process as a Lab Technician from 1949
to 1981. He was assistant and Scoutmaster for 40 years with Boy Scout Troop
20. He was a member of the Phoenix United Methodist Church; the
Kananake Canoe Club; the Joy Germ Club; and the Phoenix Village Players
theatrical group. He donated well over ten gallons of blood to the American
Red Cross over his lifetime. Paul loved family vacations camping in the
Adirondacks with his home-made camper, and later at Camp Litchhaven. He
loved music and played the ukulele and recorder instruments.

After retiring, Paul made and played a broom-handle wash-tub bass with the
“Chuckles ‘n’ Tunes”, performing hundreds of times at area VFW’s senior
facilities, and social venues for over 20 years. His friend, and radio personality,
Phil Market, dubbed him “Hot Tub Paul”! Reading, doing the daily word
scramble, and writing rhyming poems were his lifelong passions.

Paul is predeceased by his wife Jean, of 45 years (12/24/1995); his son
Charles (7/16/1990); a brother-in-law, Rev. Irving G. Hill (6/10/2010)

Surviving are his son Louis and Krista Litchison (nee Sweetser) of Manlius;
two daughters, Becky Betts of Baldwinsville, and Bonnie Litchison of
Oswego; daughter-in-law Diane Litchison-Kuzio (nee Reitz) of Fulton;
sister-in-law Marcia Hill (nee Coons) of Syracuse; eight grandchildren, Aaron
Litchison of Manlius, Stephanie (Betts) and Miller Young of Delmar, NY,
Katherine Betts of Hartford, Ct., Erica (Betts) and David Smith of Baldwinsville,
Amy (Litchison) and Brian DeMott of Fulton, Jeffrey and Cory (Greenwood)
Litchison of Fulton, Teresa (Litchison) and Carlos Cruz-Tejeda of Hawaii,
and Jaielle Litchison of Oswego; ten great-grandchildren, Emma Litchison,
Mya, Sawyer, and Macy Young, Charlotte Smith, Kayleigh, Skylar, Piper and
Aubrie Litchison, and Athena DeMott.

Calling hours will be at the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, Phoenix,
NY 13135, on Monday March 2, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m.. Services will be
at the funeral home on Tuesday March 3, at 11 a.m.

Contributions to: American Red Cross in Paul’s Memory.

James L. “Jimmy” Barber

James  L. "Jimmy" BarberJames L. “Jimmy” Barber, 76, of Ira, (Cato), passed away on Tuesday
Feb. 10, 2015. Born in Utica, NY on Dec. 12, 1938. He was a graduate
of Phoenix Central Schools. James was an U. S. Army veteran serving abroad and stateside. He achieved the rank of PFC.
Jimmy was an automobile salesman for Burdick B. M. W. Co., in North
Syracuse, retiring in 1996 after 20 years of service. Upon retiring Jimmy moved to the country. His love for cars continued, including antique, muscle cars, and luxury automobiles.

He enjoyed playing billiards with his nephews, Jay, Collin, and his friend
Dave. Jimmy loved the NY Giants Football, the NY Yankees baseball,
Syracuse Orange sports, loved the out of doors, including mowing his lawn, Cocker spaniel dogs,Jimmy enjoyed music.  He loved playing the piano and singing. Jam sessions with his brother Doug were at the top of his list. He also like country western music.

He was a member of the Little Utica United Methodist Church, and loved his church family.

He was predeceased by his mother and father, Marion (Pottleton) and
Edward Barber; a brother Rev. Douglas E. Brushell in 2012; sisters, Sally Jean and Janie.

Surviving are his loving wife Joyce (Johnson) Barber; one brother, Gareth
(Dee) Wood; three sisters, Joanie Petrucci, Sandy Couch, and
Linda (David) Felix; several nieces, nephews, and cousins.
No calling hours. Services are on Tuesday February 17, at 10 a.m. in
the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix,
NY, with nephew Jason D. Brushell officiating.

Carol Louise Cole

Carol Louise ColeCarol Louise Cole, 95, of Granby, (Fulton), passed away at home on Tuesday February 10, 2015. Born in Phoenix, NY, to her late parents, Leal M. (Henley)
and George A. Archambo on December 25, 1919. A graduate of Phoenix High School, and continued her education in the field of cosmetology.

Carol was a licensed beautician, self employed salon owner known as Carol’s Beauty Shop. She was a lady of faith, belonging to Fulton Alliance Church. Carol served as a deaconess, a Sunday school teacher, bible study group, and participated in the vacation Bible School program, summers.

Predeceased by her husband of 60 years, Daniel C. Cole, Jr. on March 16, 2011; her granddaughter, Cynthia “Cindy” Thompson, died December 4, 2013.

Surviving are her daughter, Sandra Louise Sivers of Fulton; a grandson, William (Ronica) Sivers; Cindy’s husband David Thompson; four great- grandchildren, Will (Kristina) Sivers, Kyle Stapleton, Melinda Stapleton, and Cody Sivers; a sister Frances Currier; a brother-in-law, Leo Borte; several nieces, nephews.

Memorial services will be on Saturday February 21, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. in the
Fulton Alliance Church, 1044 State Route 48, Fulton, NY 13069, with the
Rev. J. Spurling officiating.

Per Carol’s wishes, there will be no calling hours.

Spring burial will be in Jacksonville Cemetery, 9250 Fenner Rd., town of
Lysander, NY.

Contributions in Carol’s memory to: Fulton Alliance Church.

Ruth N. Waldron

Ruth  N. WaldronRuth N. Waldron, 92, of Oswego, former Phoenix, NY resident, passed away
Monday January 26, 2015 at Oswego Hospital. Born in Charlotte, NC to her
late parents, Clara (Roberts) and James M. Cash on October 14, 1922. She
was an employee of General Electric Co., Syracuse, retiring in 1985 after 20
years of service.

Ruth is predeceased by her husband of 34 years, Carl R. Waldron, Sr. on
February 13, 1976; her sons, Derick E. Waldron on October 17, 1981 and James E. Waldron on November 14, 2008.

Survivors include her two sons and daughters-in-law, Carl R. and Roxanne Waldron, Jr., and Austin F. and Judy Waldron all of Fulton, NY; 14 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; one great-great granddaughter;
several nieces, including Sharon and her husband Larry Brower of NC;
several nephews, and many cousins.

Calling hours are on Thursday January 29, 2015 from 2 to 4:30 p.m.
in the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix, NY.
Mrs. Waldron’s funeral service will follow the calling hours at 4:30 p.m. in
the funeral home, with the Rev. James C. Tschudy officiating.

Spring interment will be in Chase Cemetery 9450 State Rt. 48, Phoenix, NY.

Aubrey Marie Horne

Aubrey Marie Horne, infant daughter at birth, passed away on Thursday
January 8, 2015.  Surviving are her loving parents, Andrea Burr and William
Horne; a brother, Marcus Horne, two sisters, Kaylee Horne and Taylor Horne;
paternal grandparents, James and Anne Doss; maternal grandparents,
Raymond and Patricia Burr; many caring relatives and friends.
 Services have taken place, and were held at the convenience of the family.
 Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Homes, Inc., Phoenix, NY had charge of
arrangements.

Virginia (Terramijji) Albino

Virginia (Terramijji) AlbinoVirginia (Terramijji) Albino, 94, passed away peacefully into the arms of her
Lord, and the arms of her children, at Loretto Cunningham care facility on
Saturday January 3, 2015. A former Woodbine Ave., Syracuse, NY, for many
years.

A life long hairstylist, she engaged hercraft. Virginia enjoyed weekly Thursday
bus trips to Turning Stone Casino, Verona.She loved watching golfer Tiger Woods,and was a devout fan of all Syracuse University sports.

Born on January 12, 1920 in Fulton, NY to her late parents, Antoinette
(Percichino) and John Terramijji. She is also predeceased by her three
children, Mike Novak in December 2014, John Novak in November 2014,
Katherine Geswaldo in March of 1988; her daughter-in-law, Kathleen
(Milligan) Novak in May of 2008; her grandsons, Charles A. “Chucky” Novak
in July of 1981, and Joseph Vito Geswaldo in December of 2012.

Surviving are a her daughter-in-law, Gloria Novak; her son-in-law, Louis A.
Geswaldo, Sr.; nine grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; nieces, nephews.

A Catholic Mass will be held on Friday January 9, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in Saint
Stephen’s Church, 469 Main Street, Phoenix, NY 13135, with the Rev. Philip
Brockmyre officiating. The burial immediately following the church mass in
Assumption Cemetery, 2401 Court Street, Syracuse, NY 13208.

In keeping with Virginia’s wishes there are no calling hours.

In Lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to: Saint Joseph’s Hospital
Health Center, 301 Prospect Ave., Syracuse, NY 13203

Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix, NY has
care of arrangements.

Betty Schoolcraft Irwin King

December 27, 2014

Betty Schoolcraft Irwin KingBetty Schoolcraft Irwin King, beloved and loving wife, mother, and grandmother,
passed away on Saturday December 27, 2014. A resident of Baldwinsville, NY and
Sun City Center, FL. She was born on May 20, 1940 to her late parents, Aletha (Conine)
and Kenneth M. Schoolcraft.
Betty was a graduate of Hannibal High School, S.U.N.Y. Oswego earning her Bachelor and Masters Degrees. She took several courses at Syracuse University to pursue a Phd.
Betty a teacher at Jordan Elbridge system, Ramsdell School in Jordan for 29 years, retiring in 1997. More recently, she had been a teacher of students at O. C. C., town of Onondaga, as well as in Limanowa, Poland.
As a member of the First Congregational Church, UCC, Betty served as a Deaconess, a Cabinet member and other church related committees; a member of the D. A. R. ; Topics Club, Phoenix, the Red Hats Society, Baldwinsville, NYS Retired Teachers Assoc.; Pi Gamma Mu which is a national social science honor society.
Her other interests include her family, sewing, and traveling. She had seen 29 countries, and 44 states of the 50 states in the U. S.. Betty enjoyed reading, music, acted as a soloist at many churches, and sang at over 50 weddings.
Survivors include, her husband of 29 years, Danton L. King; her daughters and their husbands, Renee (Paul) Fernandes of Liverpool, Rhonda (Menelaos) Georgiadis of Fulton, Kathleen (James) Snizek of Liverpool, and Alison (Jack) Meade of Camillus;
six grandchildren, Gregory and Magda Georgiadis, Natalie and Brandon Fernandes,
and William and Samuel Meade; four brothers, David (Judy) Schoolcraft of Syracuse, Fred (Vivian) Schoolcraft and H. James (Patricia) Schoolcraft all of Liverpool, Steven
(Theresa) Schoolcraft of Baldwinsville; two sisters, Carol (Robert) Bernys of Sanford, FL, and Victoria Crismond of Casselberry, FL; several nieces, nephews, & cousins.
Calling hours will be on Tuesday December 30 from 6 to 8 p. m., and then on Wednesday the 31st from 9 to 11 a. m. in the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix, NY. Services will be at noon on the 31st , in the First Congregational, U. C. C., at 43 Bridge St., Phoenix, NY 13135. Burial in Pine Plains Cemetery, Henry Clay Blvd., Clay, NY.
Contributions in Betty’s memory to: American Cancer Society; the S P C A; Wounded Warriors Project; or First Congregational, UCC.

Janet H. Hawley

Janet  H. HawleyJanet H. Hawley, 82, former Phoenix, town of Granby resident, passed away
at St. Camillus Health & Rehabilitation Center, in the town of Geddes, on Sunday
December 14, 2014. Born in Philadelphia, PA, to her late parents, Verna (Muir)
and William Holl on October 14, 1932. Moving to Fulton, NY she was a graduate
of Fulton High School, Class of 1950. She then attended the General Hospital
School of Nursing, Syracuse, graduating and earning her bachelor’s degree in
nursing. She married her husband, Robert G. Hawley in 1955.
Janet was a polio registered nurse for 3 years. She the was employed by Dr.
LaFrate, M.D., Fulton, as a pediatric nurse for 10 years. Janet went to work
for Ray Middle School, Van Buren Rd., Baldwinsville Central Schools as the
school nurse for 18 years, completing her career in nursing.
Janet was the past matron for the Order of Eastern Star, Elizabeth Chapter 105,
Fulton; nurses alumni organization, Syracuse; she help start a knitting club at
the Phoenix Public Library; and was a member of the Granby Senior Citizens
group.
Predeceased by her husband Robert G. Hawley in 1986, after 31 years of marriage.
Surviving are her daughter Debbie L. and son-in-law, Kurt Stolar of Phoenix; her
son, Robert W. “Crowbar” Hawley of Volney; her brother, William Holl of
Queensbury, NY; two grandchildren, Bobby Hawley and Amanda Hawley.
Calling hours will be on Thursday December 18, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix, NY 13135.
After the visitation, a funeral service will begin at 1:05 p.m. with the Rev. David C.
Nethercott officiating. Burial will follow the service in Riverview Cemetery,
70 Tappan Street, Baldwinsville, NY 13027.

William M. DuBois

William M. DuBoisWilliam M. DuBois, 70, of Phoenix, NY,passed away at University Hospital, Syracuse, NY on Thursday December 11, 2014. Born in Fulton, NY to his late parents, Ethel (Young) and Lloyd M. DuBois on May 5, 1944. A graduate of Fulton High School, and attended college. Bill was a highly decorated US Army veteran, serving in Vietnam from 1965-1967. He received the Purple Heart, Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross w/Palm Unit Citation Badge. Bill also received NYS
military awards as well.
Bill was later employed by The Nestle Co., Fulton, as a candy technologist, serving 27 years. Later he worked for B.O.C.E.S. in Liverpool for ten years. He attended St. Stephen’s Church, Phoenix.
Bill was a member of the Phoenix Memorial Post, VFW, Post 5540; an outdoorsman; enjoyed poker games, and very active with his grandchildren.
Pre deceased by his sister Delores Dawn Lockwood in 2003.
Surviving are his loving wife of 47 years, plus, Susan M. (Benjamin) DuBois; two sons Michael W.
and his daughter-in-law, Nora DuBois of Baldwinsville, and Marc E. DuBois of Baldwinsville; two brothers, Gary (Ann) DuBois of Oswego, and Lloyd M. (Beverly) DuBois, Jr. of Fulton; four sisters, Sydney(Don) Wallace of Hannibal, Janice Nielson of Phoenix, NY, Brenda (Gary) Ingersoll of FL, and Linda Conn of Fulton; six grandchildren, Aaron DuBois, William DuBois, George DuBois, Aiden DuBois, Maegan DuBois, and Charlotte DuBois; several nieces, nephews, and cousins; friends.
Services are on Tuesday December 16, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. in St. Stephen’s Church, 469 Main St., Phoenix, NY, with the Rev. Philip Brockmyre officiating. Spring burial with military honors will be in Mt. Pleasant Southside Cemetery of Volney on Co. Rt. 45.
Calling hours are on Monday December 15, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix, NY 13135
Memorials in Williams memory may be made to: V. A. Medical Center, 800 Irving Ave., Syracuse, NY 13210, or S. U. N. Y. Upstate Cancer Center, 750 E. Adams St., Syracuse, NY 13210.

Michael E. Novak

Michael E. NovakMichael E. Novak, 78, of Phoenix, NY, passed away peacefully at home with his family by his side on Sunday December 7, 2014. Born on January 16, 1936 to his mother,
Virginia (Terramiggi) and his late father, Edward Novak in Fulton, NY. A graduate of Fulton High School on the west side. He served in the US Army from 1954 to 1956.
Mike was a master carpenter and the owner/operator of Novak & Sons Home Builders
Co., Phoenix. He was a member of the Carpenter’s Union Local 12, Oswego, and the
Local 747, Syracuse.
Mike was a life member of Phoenix Memorial Post, VFW Post 5540; Phoenix Rod & Gun Club; an avid golfer.
He was predeceased by his loving wife of 49 years, Kathleen F. (Milligan) on May 31,
2008; his son, Charles A. Novak on July 5, 1981; his sister, Katherine Geswaldo in
March of 1988; his brother John E. Novak on Nov. 9, 2014.
Surviving are his three children, Michael J. “Micky” and daughter-in-law Gretchen
(Gang) Novak of Phoenix, his twins, Mary Ann and son-in-law, David Quintal of Pennellville,
and Martin J. Novak of Phoenix; five grandchildren, Jessica Novak, Nicholas
Novak, and Nathan Novak, Steven Quintal and Katrina Quintal; one great-grand-
daughter, Brook Quintal; his mother, Virginia (Terrimiggi) Novak Albino of Syracuse;
a brother-in-law, Louis Geswaldo of Syracuse; his sister-in-law, Gloria Novak of Liverpool; several nieces, nephews and cousins; and many close friends.
Mike was so very proud of his family as a whole, especially his children, grandchildren,and great-granddaughter.
Services are on Thursday December 11 at 10 a.m. at the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan
Funeral Home, Phoenix, with Deacon Frank Forish officiating. Burial to follow in
Phoenix Rural Cemetery, 126 Chestnut St.. Calling hours will be on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. in the funeral home, 431 Main St..
Memorials to: Friends of Oswego County Hospice, P. O. Box 102, Oswego, NY 13126.