Gladys A. Miner Bowersox

Gladys A. Miner BowersoxGladys A. Miner Bowersox, 92, of Palermo, passed away at her daughters home on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013, with her family by her side. Born to her late parents, Pearl (Guernsey) and Merle Youngs on February 15, 1920. She was graduate of high school and a fine homemaker. Gladys was a member of T.O.P.S., a square dancing enthusiast with the Forty Niners, as well as Westner Swingers; PET, Phoenix Emergency Team, citizens band operator with the handle, “Yankee Lady”. Predeceased by her first husband of 39 years, John C.Miner miner in 1977, and her second husband of 24 years, Elton I. Bowersox in 2006; two sisters, Marion Smelski and Bernice Benesheck; two step-children, Daniel and Elton, Jr. Bowersox. Surviving are her children, Marty (James) Bates of Baldwinsville, Jackie Tracy (John Stoltz), of Fulton, and John E. (Ellie) Miner of Phoenix, NY; her step-children, Thomas, Timothy, Rodney, Mark, Judy, Becky, Connie, and Shirley; her 12 grandchildren; several great-grand and many great-great grandchildren; nieces, nephews, and cousins. Calling hours will be on Thursday Feb. 7, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, 431 Main St., Phoenix, NY. Graveside service will be in the Spring in Roosevelt Cemetery, Schroeppel with the Rev. Diane Bradshaw officiating.

9 thoughts on “Gladys A. Miner Bowersox

  1. What a great lady who will be sorely missed by all. I don’t think I ever had a single conversation with my Mom that didn’t include a mention of what Gladys was up to and she always spoke with admiration. My prayers go out to all of the family.

  2. Grandma you were more than a grandmother to me you were my best friend one i coud always go to talk about anything, You were loved by many and willnever be forgotten, R.i.P grandma sleep with the angels and may your blanket be the stars and you pillows the cloudsl LOVE YOU FOREVER,

  3. Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. ƸӜƷ

  4. What wonderful memories I have of Grandma Miner over the years. It is those memories that will keep her alive in all our hearts forever. My sympathy goes out to all of her family.

  5. I am really missing you already… but I know the struggle you had, and you are now at peace. I love you and will never forget my gram!

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