Twelve years ago Bishop’s Commons opened it’s doors to just a few seniors who opted for the new lifestyle that was described as
“the comforts of home without the worries.”
Since March of 2000, over 300 seniors have been served at the Enriched Living Residence while remaining active and independent.
A special Anniversary luncheon was held recently to commemorate the twelve year anniversary where Oswego Mayor Thomas Gillen thanked Residents for choosing Oswego, “Thank you for staying in Oswego, and making Oswego your home,” Gillen noted to a full dining room of Residents.
Rose M. Antone, 73, of Fulton, died Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at home surrounded by her family.
Born in Fulton she was a life resident. She had worked as a certified nurse’s aide at Kalet’s Nursing Home in Syracuse. She loved to watch TV especially the SyFy Channel.
She was predeceased by her brother, Raymond Watts.
Surviving are two daughters, Judith Marshall and Susan Bean both of Fulton; a son, Douglas D. Marshall, Jr. of Syracuse; 16 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; three sisters, Ethel Jackson, Dorothy Streevers and Carol Keenen; and several nieces and nephews.
Calling hours and service were held Monday at Foster Funeral Home, Fulton.
The Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce recently opened a new office in the City of Fulton.
Located at 12 Canal View Mall, the office offers a more visible appearance within the community, said chamber Executive Director Beth Hilton.
“The new office allows us to provide expanded and enhanced services to the Fulton community,” said Hilton. “It will include visitors/tourist information as well as meeting space for the chamber’s many Fulton-based committees, such as Project Bloom-Fulton, the Greater Fulton Business Committee, and Jazz Festival.”