Dorothy will be laid to rest at Laurel Hill Cemetery in Alpine.You may sign a guestbook or light a “Candle of Remembrance” in her memory online at Arrangements are by the Royce-Chedzoy Funeral Home, Watkins Glen.Having endured long-term health problems, Dorothy also developed a philosophical side.
Age 62, of Odessa, NY, passed away on January 21, 2017.
Nancy was born in Corning, NY, the daughter of Harold and Bessie Galusha.
Having won the Elmira College Key, she started her freshman year at Elmira in September of that year. They had grown up on the same street in Watkins Glen and were members of the same high school graduation class.
Later she worked as a secretary at Watkins Salt Company and then at Sampson Naval Training Station. They made their first home in the large Queen Anne house that until 1965 occupied the site of the current HSBC bank, across the street from the Mobil station that was operated by George and his father, Ernie Kloppel.
She had been a resident at Seneca View since late 2004. 29, 1918 and was the eldest child of Clarence and Dorothy James of 7th Street in Watkins Glen.
She graduated from Watkins Glen High School in 1936. He was wonderful at hunting, fishing, and trapping. In 2008, Brandon was Regional Vintage Motocross Champion expert (#114). He was a loving son, brother, uncle and friend, and had a great sense of humor.Niver; grandmother, Gladys Niver; four nieces and nephews, Cameren and Grace Underdown, and Anna and Abigail Post; aunts and uncles, William Niver Johnson (Alice Niver Johnson), Paula Solat, Pamela (Richard) Kreutter, Frank (Beth) Rogers, Thane (Kay) Rogers, Cindy Merill and Elizabeth Rogers; and by many cousins. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the family at 266 Vanderhoff Rd., Millport, NY 14864 or to the Brandon Niver Gofundme account.From the time Jean and Cameron moved full-time to Schuyler County in 1952 to the present, she has been a community leader.Jean’s long-time and lasting contributions were officially recognized by the New York State Legislature when she was designated as a “”Woman of Distinction” in 1999, one of the first so named in the State.He was born in Catharine, NY on January 2, 1935, the son of George W. John loved his diet root beer and chocolate milk, but above all else, he loved his family. Page of Cayuta, and Marian Morris of Painted Post; a brother, Claude (Patricia) States of Lynwood, WA; several nieces and nephews; and by special friends, Pete and Jo Mc Bride. Burdett, NY -- Jean Sause Argetsinger, 97, died January 16, 2017 at her home overlooking Seneca Lake, surrounded by her family. Prior to raising a family she was a reporter for the Youngstown Vindicator. She also produced several books on Schuyler County history as well as co-authored a history of St. Her writing skills and flair for public relations have benefited many local organizations.