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Mr. Franklin L. Norris Sr.
CLYDE - Mr. Franklin L. Norris, Sr., 62, of 35 Columbia
Street died Sunday (December 16, 2001) at Via Health of
Wayne Newark Campus following a brief illness.
Family and friends may call on Wednesday (December
19th) from 7-9 PM at the Baris Funeral Home, 87 W.
Genesee St. Clyde. Funeral services will be held at the
funeral home on Thursday (December 20th) at 11 AM
with Rev. James Hewes officiating. Buriall will follow in
Huron Evergreen Cemetery, Wolcott, NY.
Mr. Norris was born in Wolcott, NY on July 11, 1939. He
was the son of Richard and Charlotte Shove Norris. He
had been a longtime employee of the Hemmingway
Company in Clyde, and most recently had worked for
LSW Industries in Clyde. On April 13, 1974 he married
the former Emily Cushman.
Surviving are his wife Emily Norris of Clyde, 2 daughters,
Tina (Winfield) Crocker of Wolcott, and Caroline Norris of
Idaho, 2 sons, Franklin (Nancy) Norris Jr. of Duncannon
PA., and Michael (Caroline) Norris of Newark. 2 brothers,
Richard (Irene) Norris of Lyons, and Jack (Judy) Norris of
Wolcott, 4 sisters, Francis Gary of Clyde, Frieda Petrus
of Clyde, Leona (Michael) Stirpe of Clyde and Joyce
(Gordon) Everdyke of Florida. 10 grandchildren, 2 great-
grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. 

Mr. Frederick Buttaccio
CLYDE- Mr. Frederick Buttaccio, 90, of 47 W. Genesee
St. died Thursday (April 4, 2002) at Via Health of Wayne
Newark Campus following a brief illness.
Family and friends may call on Sunday (April 7th) from 2-
4 & 7-9 PM at the Baris Funeral Home, 87 W. Genesee
St. Clyde. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on
Monday (April 8th) at 9AM in St. John the Evangelist R.C.
Church in Clyde with Rev. James Hewes officiating.
Burial will follow in St. John's Cemetery, Clyde.
Memorial contributions to Caring Friends of Wayne
County, 24 S. Park Street, Clyde, NY 14433 or St. John
the Evangelist Church, 114 Sodus Street, Clyde, NY
14433 would be appreciated.
Fred was born on September 21, 1911 in Newark, NY.
He was the son of Thomas and Rose Fischette Buttaccio.
He was a lifelong communicant of St. John the Evangelist
Church. Fred was retired from the Seneca Army Depot,
and formerly worked in the local creamery and on the
family farm. He was an avid vegetable gardner. Fred was
a member of the Sons of Italy Lodge.
He is survived by his daughter, Brenda (Jim) Lawson of
Fairport, his son, Edward (Maria) Buttaccio of Walworth,
two granddaughters, Chelsea and Juliana Buttaccio of
Walworth. 4 sisters, Flora (Belmont) Avoli of Orchard
Park, NY, Anna (Fred) Burley of Clyde, Jane (John)
Dapolito of Clyde, and Delia Colarocco of Newark, his
brother, Raymond (Aggie) Buttaccio of Chambersburg,
PA, 3 sisters-in-law, Connie Buttaccio, Jean (Douglas)
Hinman, and Mary Mosher, his brother-in-law, Rudy
DeLisio, many nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and grand-
nephews, and special friends Donna & Jim Iati and Peter
Salerno Sr.
He was pre-deceased by his wife Barbara on December
15, 2001, his brothers Joe and Danny, his sister Eleanor
DeLisio, sisters-in-law Marjorie Vanleer, and Marian
Buttaccio, brothers-in-law George Mosher, Russell Groat,
and Jack Vanleer 

Mrs. Josephine Carnevale - Greco
CLYDE- Mrs. Josephine (Josie) Carnevale-Greco, 80, of
61 W. Dezeng St. died Wednesday (May 22, 2002) at the
Wayne County Nursing Home following an extended
illness.
Family and friends are invited to call on Friday (May 24th)
from 2-4 & 7-9 PM at the Baris Funeral Home, 87 W.
Genesee St., Clyde. A Mass of Christian Burial will be
held on Saturday (May 25th) at 9:30 AM in St. John the
Evangelist R.C. Church in Clyde. Rev. James Hewes will
officiate. Burial will follow in St. John's Cemetery, Clyde.
Memorial contributions to St. John's Church Memorial
Fund, 114 Sodus St. Clyde, NY 14433 or to the Roswell
Park Alliance Foundation, Roswell Park Cancer Inst.,
P.O. Box 631, Buffalo, NY 14240 would be appreciated.
Mrs. Carnevale was born in Lyons, NY on Novemeber
11, 1921. She was the daughter of Anthony and Tinella
Nicoletta Liseno. Josie was a lifetime resident of Clyde
and a member of St. John's Church. She had worked
many years as a waitress at Matty's Ship Lantern Inn and
other various restaurants in the area.
Surviving are her husband, Orlando Greco of Clyde. 3
daughters, Sandra Carnevale of Clyde, Carol Carnevale
of Clyde and Sherry (Peter) DiSanto of San Diego, CA. 3
step-daughters, Karen Hacker of Geneva, Kathy (Brian)
Feldman of Seneca Falls and Paula (Thomas) Tindal of
Florida, 2 step-sons Jimmy (Marlene) Greco and Daniel
(Karen) Greco, both of Geneva 2 grandchildren, Ann
Marie ( Kenney) Foster and Melanie (Todd) Geil, 3 great-
grandchildren, Zachary Renner, Ariel Luna and Jacob
Geil.
She was pre-deceased by her first husband Ned
Carnevale in 1990, 3 brothers, Michael, Charles and
Joseph Liseno, 4 sisters, Angie Loder, Helen DeMarzio,
Rosie DeLuca and Mary Ann DeLucia.

Mrs. Doris A. Howell
CLYDE- Mrs. Doris A. Howell, 93, of 65 Lock Street, died
Sunday (May 12, 2002) at the Seneca Manor Nursing
Home following an extended illness.
Family and friends are invited to call on Tuesday (May 14th)
from 4-7 PM at the Baris Funeral Home, 87 W. Genesee
St. Clyde. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on
Wednesday (May 15th) at 9AM in St. John the Evangelist
R.C. Church Clyde. Burial will follow in Butler-Savannah
Cemetery. A reception will be held following the interment at
John's Restaurant, 110 Wayne Ave. Clyde, NY.
Memorial contributions to St. John's Church Memorial
Fund, 114 Sodus Street, Clyde, NY 14433 or to a charity of
one's choice would be appreciated.
Mrs. Howell was born in Savannah, NY on February 14,
1909. She was the daughter of Judson and Julia Darrow
Drable. Doris was a lifetime resident of Clyde, and on
August 10, 1929 married the late Louis F. Howell. She had
attended Auburn Memorial Hospital's Nursing Program, and
worked as a Practical Nurse specializing in "In Home" care.
During World War II, Mrs. Howell had been employed in a
defense department plant in Weedsport, NY. She also
worked for General Electric in Clyde and most recently had
been a court attendant at the Wayne County Courthouse.
She was an active member of the Galen Republican Party.
Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Lou Ann Montemorano of
Clyde, two sons, Ralph Howell of Clyde and Gary (Kay)
Howell of Clyde, 13 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren
and 1 great-great grandchild. One brother, Mr. Jasper
Drable of Clyde and many nieces and nephews. She was
pre-deceased by her husband Louis in 1989 and one
grandson, Patrick Montemorano in 1964. 

Mrs. Mary Parkhurst
CLYDE- Mrs. Mary Parkhurst, 68, of 199 Glasgow Street
dies Friday (April 26, 2002) at Via Health of Wayne
Sodus Campus following a brief illness.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time, and
will be announced at a later date.  

Mr. Nicholas Loder
CLYDE- Mr. Nicholas Loder, 90, of 58 West Dezeng
Street died Friday (April 26, 2002) at Via Health of Wayne
Newark Campus following a brief illness.
Family and friends are invited to call on Sunday (April
28th) from 4-8 PM at the Baris Funeral Home, 87 W.
Genesee St. Clyde. A Mass of Christian Burial will be
celebrated on Monday (April 29th) at 10:30 AM in St.
John the Evangelist R.C. Church, Clyde. Burial will follow
in St. John's Cemetery, Clyde. Memorial contributions to
St. John's Church Memorial Fund, 114 Sodus Street,
Clyde, Ny 14433 or the Clyde Volunteer Ambulance
Corps, PO Box 145, Clyde, NY 14433 would be
appreciated.
Mr. Loder was born in Clyde, NY on June 23, 1911. He
was the son of Antonio and Lucy Signorf Loder. He was a
lifetime resident of Clyde, and a member of St. John's
Church. Mr. Loder served in the United States Navy
during World War II, and had been a member of the
Clyde VFW Post 947. For over 60 years, Nick owned and
operated his own barber shop in Clyde. Mr. Loder was
also a past member of the Clyde Fire Department. He
was pre-deceased by his wife, Angeline Liseno Loder on
September 19, 1998.
Surviving are two daughters, Lucille Atkins of Oswego
and Mrs. Marsha (Alex) DiSanto of Clyde, one son,
Anthony (Betty) Loder of Clyde, 6 grandchildren, Nicholas
P. Loder of Newark, Mark Atkins of Oswego, Laurie
DiSanto of Clyde, Paul Atkins of Osego, Kevin Atkins of
Albany, Nicole DiSanto and Jonah DiSanto, both of
Clyde. 5 great-grandchildren, 3 sisters, Anna DeSano of
Fairport, Lucy Adamson of Clyde, and Phyllis (David
Miller) of Camillus, 2 brothers, Michael (Dorotha) Loder of
Clyde and Vivian (Eileen) Loder of Canton, Ohio. Many
nieces and nephews. 

Mr. William I. Powers
CLYDE- Mr. William I. Powers, 79, of 143 Columbia
Street, died Monday (April 15, 2002) at Via Heath of
Wayne Newark following a brief illness.
At his request, there will be no prior calling hours. Family
and friends are invited to attend a graveside service on
Friday (April 19th) at 11AM in the Rose Cemetery, Rose,
NY.
Memorial contributions to the Clyde Volunteer Ambulance
Corps would be appreciated.
Mr. Powers was born on September 1, 1922 in
Harrisburg, Vermont. He was the son of William and
Pearl Cartier Powers. He serverd in the United States
Army during World War II, and was a member of Post
947 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Clyde. Bill was
retired from the Fold Pak Corporation of Newark, where
he was employed for over 20 years.He was also an avid
Boston Red Sox baseball fan and enjoyed fishing in his
spare time. This past Sunday (April 14th), he and his
wife, Helen, celebrated their 52nd wedding anniversary.
He is survived by his wife Helen Powers of Clyde,
two daughters, Carolyn (Roger) Bishop of Geneseo and
Elizabeth Labreck of Glover, VT. Two sons, Irving (Patty)
Powers of Lyons and William Powers of Mobile, Alabama,
8 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren and several nieces
and nephews.


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