|Kenneth C. Hubbard, 89
Jan. 3, 2000
Fulton: Kenneth C. Hubbard, 89, formerly of Meadowbrook Manor, Hannibal,
died Thursday at Loretto Heights Nursing Home in Oswego.
A native of Scriba, he resided in Lycoming, Oswego, Fulton and Hannibal.
Mr. Hubbard was a graduate of Fulton High School and Simmons School of
Mortuary Science in Syracuse. He worked as a funeral director in Providence,
Rhode Island and Rochester before joining the Coe Funeral Home in Lycoming
in 1935 where he worked until 1966. He later was on the Penfield Library
staff at SUNY Oswego. Mr. Hubbard was a former member of the New York State
Funeral Directors Association and Oswego County Funeral Directors Association.
He was a member of the South Scriba United Methodist Church.
He was an Army veteran serving from 1942 - 1945 in the medical department.
Survived by: a brother, Dean Hubbard of Oswego; several nieces and
Calling Hours: There are no calling hours.
Funeral Service: will be held 2:00 P.M., Monday, at Foster Funeral
Home, 910 Fay Street, Fulton. Reverend John C. Nickolas will officiate.
Spring Burial: at Peck Cemetery in Scriba.
In Lieu of Flowers: Contributions may be made to South Scriba United
Margaret "Peggy" Gilbo, 62
Oswego: Margaret "Peggy" Irene Bartlett Gilbo, 62, of Stoney Robby
Road, Oswego, died Monday, January 3, 2000 at Oswego Hospital after a long
illness. She was born in Fulton and remained a resident of Fulton for most
of her life.
She was retired after 19 years from Oswego County Opportunities as
a bus driver. She was a member of the Oswego Salvation Army Church and
she was a member of the Senior Nutrition Program.
She was predeceased by her husband, Ronald Gilbo in 1991.
Survived by: four daughters, June Weldin, Roberta Reed and Pearl LaFave,
all of Oswego, and Waneda Crouch of Fulton; three sons, Robert Jenks of
Clay City, Kentucky, David Bartlett of Oswego and James Bartlett of Fulton;
one sister, Betty Smith of Mexico; 23 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren
and several nieces and nephews.
Calling Hours: None. Arrangements are in care of Sugar Funeral Home,
224 West Second Street, Fulton.
Memorial Service: 10:00 am Thursday at the Oswego Salvation Army Church,
85 West Third Street, Oswego.
Burial: will be private, at Fairdale Cemetery.
In Lieu of Flowers: memorial contributions may be made to the charity
of your choice, in honor of Margaret.
Patrick P. Potter, 50
Jan. 4, 2000
Pennellville: Patrick P. Potter, 50, of 681 County Route 54, Pennellville,
died Sunday at Crouse Hospital, Syracuse, after a brief illness.
A native of Oswego, Mr. Potter had resided in the Pennellville-Phoenix
area for 20 years. He was employed as a baker at Wegman's Foods in Syracuse
for ten years. He had previously worked for Moden Bakery, Syracuse.
He had served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1966 - 1968.
Survived by: his wife, Pamela J. Potter of Pennellville; three daughters,
Shelly Lockwood and Susan Creamans of Fulton and Betty Potter of Liverpool;
a son, Tyler Potter of Pennellville; two sisters, Susan Everson of Fulton
and Jeanne Emery of Syracuse; three brothers, James Potter of Syracuse,
Richard Potter of Jacksonville, Florida, and Robert Potter of Granby; seven
grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
Calling Hours: are 2:00 - 4:00 pm and 7:00 - 9:00 pm Wednesday at Foster
Funeral Home, 910 Fay Street, Fulton.
Funeral Service: 11:00 am Thursay at Foster Funeral Home, Rev. Lois
O. Yauchzy officiating.
Burial: will be in the spring at Roosevelt Cemetery, Schroeppel.
William Parker VanBuren, 79
Estero, Florida: William Parker VanBuren, 79, died Sunday, January
2, 2000, in Estero, Florida.
Survived by: his wife, Sandra VanBuren; a daughter, Teri Moran; eight
sons, Gary, William, Mark, Michael, Patrick, and Robert VanBuren, Mark
and Michael Walker; a sister, Maryanne Lysak of Fulton.
Calling Hours: None.
Memorial Service: Tuesday in Estero, Florida. Masses in his memory
may be offered locally, at Immaculate Conception Church, Fulton.
Hailey E. Parkhurst, infant
Jan. 4, 2000
Granby: Hailey E. Parkhurst, 6 day old infant daughter of Linda E.
and Daniel R. Parkhurst of Stoney Robby Road, Granby, died Saturday at
University Hospital in Syracuse.
Survived by: her parents; maternal grandparents Janet M. and John D.
Brown of Cato; paternal grandparents Florence B. and Gary L. Parkhurst
of Hannibal; maternal great-grandmother Catherine Bresee of St. Regis Falls;
her paternal gret-grandmother, Beatrice Parkhurst of Scriba; several aunts,
uncles, and cousins.
Calling Hours: 9:00 - 11:00 am Tuesday at Foster Funeral Home, 837
Cayuga Street, Hannibal.
Funeral Service: 11:00 am Tuesday at Foster Funeral Home, Rev. Vivian
Burial: at Hannibal Center Cemetery.
Jason R. Gonyeau, 17
Jan. 4, 2000
Hannibal: Jason R. Gonyeau, 17, of 1092 Auburn Street, died Saturday
at A. L. Lee Memorial Hospital in Fulton.
He was a native and life resident of Hannibal. He completed the 11th
grade at Hannibal High School and was attending Oswego County BOCES for
He was an avid fisherman and snowmobiler.
Survived by: his mother and father, Robert R. Gonyeau and Carol A.
Harms both of Hannibal; a brother, Matthew G. Harms of Hannibal; his maternal
grandmother, Shirley Erb of Hannibal; his paternal grandmother, Linda Lanning
of Texas; his paternal great-grandmother Helen Patterson of Hannibal; several
aunts and uncles.
Calling Hours: will be held 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM, Wednesday, at Foster
Funeral Home, 837 Cayuga Street, Hannibal.
Funeral Service: will be held 10:00 AM, Thursday, at Prince of Peace
Evangelical Lutheran Church, Route 176 and Gillespie Road, Fulton. Walter
M. Schneider will officiate.
Spring Burial: at Mount Adnah Cemetery, Fulton.
Contributions: may be made to Prince of Peace Evangelical Lutheran
Church, Route 176 and Gillespie Road, Fulton, NY 13069.
Hazel A. Pickard, 79
Fulton: Hazel A. Pickard, 79, of West Genesee Road, Baldwinsville,
died Wednesday, January 5, 2000, at A. L. Lee Memorial Hospital, Fulton,
Born in Hannibal, NY, on February 8, 1920, she was a daughter of the
late Wilford and Kathryn (Wasson) Mills.
Mrs. Pickard was predeceased by her husband Robert Pickard in 1992.
Survived by: a son, Gary Pickard of Baldwinsville; daughters, Norma
Weller of Baldwinsville and Becky Quinn on Burlington, Mass.; a brother
Michael Mills of Auburn; a sister Kathryn Terwilliger of Jacksonville.
Calling Hours: there will be no calling hours.
Funeral Service: will be at the convenience of the family.
Spring Burial: in Jacksonville Cemetery. Young & Son Funeral Service,
Inc. of Fulton, NY has charge of arrangements.
In Lieu of Flowers: Memorial contributions may be made to he Plainville
Ambulance Corps, PO Box 271, Plainville, NY 13137.
Pauline M. Looker, 79
Fulton: Pauline M. Looker, 79, of 500 Rochester Street, Fulton, NY,
died Tuesday, January 4, 2000, at A. L. Lee Memorial Hospital after a long
illness. She was born in Fulton, NY and has been a resident of Fulton all
of her life.
She was graduated from Fortin Business College, Ontario, Canada. She
was employed by Oswego County as a Micro Film Operator. She was a communicant
of Holy Family Church, a member of the Holy Family Altar Rosary Society
and Past President of the Alethea Society, and a member of the Padre Pio
She is predeceased by her parents Edmund and Mary Martineau; one brother,
Ervine Martineau; and one son, Robert Looker in 1979.
Survived by: her husband Thomas Looker of 58 years of Fulton; two daughters,
Judy Looker Tison of Georgia and Donna Looker Gadek of Fulton; two sons,
James Looker of Tennessee and William Looker of Florida; one sister, Lorraine
Redderoth of Rhode Island; ten Grandchildren and eight Great Grandchildren
and several Nieces and Nephews.
Calling Hours: will be conducted Thursday, from 4 to 7 PM at the Sugar
Funeral Home, 224 West Second Street, Fulton, NY 13069.
Funeral Service: will be conducted Friday, January 7, 2000 at 9:30
AM at Holy Family Church, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated
by the Rev. Richard Thompson.
Spring Burial: will be in St. Mary's Cemetery.
In Lieu of Flowers: the family has requested that contributions be
made to Catholic Charities, 365 West First Street, Fulton, NY 13069.
C. Edward Zobeck
Fulton: C. Edward Zobeck, of 406 Cedar Street, Fulton, died Thursday,
January 6, 2000 at the A. L. Lee Memorial Hospital after a short illness.
Mr. Zobeck was born in Oswego and has been a resident of the Oswego/Fulton
area all his life.
He is retired from Nestle Corp. after 26 years of service.
Mr. Zobeck was a member of the Polish Home, Fulton and he was a member
of the Nestle Corp 1/4 Century Club.
Survived by: his companion of 31 years, Ellen Kemp of Fulton; his mother,
Irene K. Cook of Oswego; one brother, Matthew Ron Zobeck of Ohio; two sisters,
Mary Stone of Oswego and Elizabeth Browne of California; several nieces
Calling Hours: are 4:00 - 7:00 pm Sunday at Sugar Funeral Home, 224
West Second Street, Fulton.
Funeral Service: 10:00 am Monday at the funeral home, Rev. Susan Wilhem
Burial: will be at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Fulton.
Agnes May O'Donnell, 89
Jan. 7, 2000
Fulton: Agnes May O'Donnell, 89, of Maple View Apartments, 22 West
11th Street, Fulton, died Thursday at A. L. Lee Memorial Hospital.
A native of Fulton, Mrs. O'Donnell was a life resident. She had worked
at General Electric Company, Syracuse, Syroco in Baldwinsville and Sealright
Mrs. O'Donnell was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Fulton.
She was a member and past president of the VFW Post 569 Ladies Auxilliary,
Fulton, and past president and was the current president of the Military
Order of Cooties Auxilliary #48 in Fulton and she was a supreme clown.
Mrs. O'Donnell volunteered for the VFW post 569 bingo program for many
She was the widow of Jack O'Donnell.
Survived by: a daughter, Gwendolyn M. Boyce of Fulton; four grandchildren,
Michael, Lori, Eric and Chris Boyce; five great-grandchildren, Johnathan
and Caleb Boyce, Jeny, Michael and Brian Cranker; one great-great-granddaughter,
Calling Hours: are 2:00 - 4:00 pm Saturday at Foster Funeral Home,
910 Fay Street, Fulton.
Funeral Service: 4:00 pm Saturday at the funeral home, Rev. David Nethercott
Burial: will be in the Spring in Mt. Adnah Cemetery.
In Lieu Of Flowers: Memorial contributions may be made to the American
Cancer Society, Oswego County Unit, 7145 Henry Clay Boulevard, Liverpool,
13088; or to the VFW National House (to benefit children) c/o VFW Post
569, Fulton, 13069.
Corrine N. Wilcox, 67
Jan. 10, 2000
Fulton: Corrine N. Wilcox, 67, of 100 Rochester Street, died Monday
at Crouse Hospital, Syracuse, following a brief illness.
A native of Tenvick, North Dakota, Mrs. Wilcox had resided in the Fulton
area since 1953. She had attended the Fulton Alliance Church in Fulton.
Her husband Richard S. Wilcox died in March 1999.
Survived by: two sons, Alan R. Wilcox and Lyle E. Wilcox both of Fulton;
her mother, Christine Beck of Strasburg, North Dakota; three brothers,
Harvey Beck of Oswego, Lester Beck of Fulton and Milton Beck of Phoenix;
four sisters, Phyllis Ehrmann of Mandan, North Dakota, Frances Bateman
of Tucson, Arizona, Wilma Ware of Fulton and Kathy Rhodes of Kingman, Arizona;
a step grandson, Derrick Shoultz of Fulton; several nieces and nephews.
Calling Hours: .There will be no calling hours. Foster Funeral Home,
Fulton, has charge of arrangements.
Memorial Service: will be held 11:00 A.M., Saturday, at the Fulton
Alliance Church, 1044 State Route 48, Fulton.
Spring Burial: at Jacksonville Cemetery, Lysander.
In Lieu of Flowers: Contributions may be made to the Fulton Alliance
Church Youth Group, 1044 State Route 48, Fulton, NY 13069.
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