Patrick J. Pasho, truck driver for Reeves Farms

5-10_OBITpashoPatrick “ Pat” J. Pasho, Sr., 59, passed away at home May 5 surrounded by his loving family who were extremely proud of his courage with all he endured.

He was born in Syracuse, NY to the late Ralph and Mariela (Ackerson) Pasho.  Mr. Pasho has been a resident of Hannibal, NY since 2005.

He was past employed as a truck driver with Reeves Farms, Lysander, NY.

Mr. Pasho is survived by his wife, Patricia Pasho of Hannibal; three children, Patrick Pasho II of Baldwinsville, Dale Pasho of Hannibal, Stephanie (Quentin) Thomas of Hannibal; four siblings, Bobby Pasho of Syracuse, NY, Susan (Jim) Tracy of FL., Torrie Paninski of Syracuse, Cristy Pasho of Utica, NY; eight grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services were Friday at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., with the Rev. David Nethercott. Burial will be held privately.

Calling hours were Friday at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. Second St. S., Fulton.

Charles D. Bush, chemical technician

5-10_OBITbushThe world lost a whole lot of sunshine  April 30, 2014 when Charles D. Bush left us after a devastating battle with multiple myeloma.

Charlie fought until the end to spend as much time as he could with those he loved and leaves behind. His spirit will live on through the many precious memories he made with his wife Melissa and step-son Scott Harvey, his parents Dolores and Cleon Bush, his brother Scott Bush and niece Chelsea Bush.

Charlie’s extended family includes his aunts and uncles, Ken and Annabelle Baldassarre, Ellen Baldassarre, Marge Baldassarre, and Brenda Baldassarre, his in-laws Robert and Elizabeth Vaughn, his brothers and sisters in-law Lawrence Vaughn and Connie Parrow, Gregory and Therese Vaughn, Janette and Norm Hagen and Tracy and Jeff Armour.

He was lucky to also be surrounded throughout his life by a multitude of cousins, nieces and nephews.

Charlie was so lucky to have the many wonderful friends he now leaves behind, all of whom have been so supportive through his illness.

His lifelong friend Wesley Foley and his wife Brenda, his auction buddy Jim Love, and his IBM family, Rick Malek, Paul Riley, Bill Shumacher, Bob Weissflogg, Bob Tinklepaugh and Jim Ketchuk, who have helped to wile away the hours, telling stories and enjoying each other’s company.

Charlie’s greatest sadness was to be leaving behind his special little love Sybrina Wilkins and her family.  He wanted so badly to watch her continue to grow up and to enjoy her antics and accomplishments.

Charlie is pre-deceased by his maternal grandparents, Francis and Elsie Botting, paternal grandparents Charles and Florence Bush, many aunts and uncles, and his stepson Todd Harvey.

Charlie graduated from Marathon Central School, class of 1977. During his young life he excelled in school, once winning a trip to California for an essay contest held by the Izaak Walton League of America.

He loved and participated in sports all through his life and was especially proud of being a member of the Section IV Championship baseball team from Marathon.  He graduated in 1979 from TC3 with a degree in chemical technology.

After college, Charlie spent a majority of his adult life working for IBM/Endicott Interconnect as a chemical technician. He took great pride in the work he did.

He was an avid hunter and fisherman and loved using the hunting cabin his father built in Lapeer as a home base where he, Wesley and Rick spent many a hunting experience.

Everything Charlie did, he did with his whole heart. He was an amateur arborist and had a mini 100-tree orchard at his parents’ home.

Charlie was very knowledgeable about pottery, silver, old books and maps. He enjoyed researching, buying and selling them, and he would travel near and far to auctions, seeking out great bargains.

Charlie loved to travel around the area checking out the natural beauty and restaurants in the area. Ithaca, with all of its falls, was one of his favorite places to wander.

As Charlie was all about making sure everyone had an enjoyable time in life, his family invites you to join us for a celebration of Charlie’s life at the Silo Restaurant, Greene, NY from 2 to 4 p.m. May 24.

Memorial contributions can be made to The American Cancer Society.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Behe Funeral Home Inc., 21 Main St., Oxford, NY. Memories and condolences may be shared be visiting www.behefuneralhome.com

Charlie Bush – You are my sunshine, my only sunshine, may you find peace and solitude until we meet again.

Kenneth Ryder, Linda Jodway Ryder, ran businesses in Fulton, Phoenix

Kenneth Ryder, 73, of Oswego passed away of natural causes April 30.

His wife, Linda Jodway Ryder, 66, followed her husband with her own passing due to natural causes May 5.

Ken and Linda were married for 48 years and spent that time living and working in the Fulton community.

Ken and Linda owned and operated “Kenda’s” restaurant in Fulton for more than a decade beginning in the mid-1970s. They also ran the snack bar in the Family Auction Center in Phoenix from the early 1980s to the late 1990s.

Ken and Linda could frequently be seen around town driving their food service truck until the early 2000s.

Ken and Linda are survived by three sons, Kenneth Ryder of Hannibal, Phillip (Heather) Ryder of Syracuse and Michael (Sharon) Ryder of Hannibal; six grandchildren, Zachary, Nikolas, Kaitlyn, Katrina, Devin and Kyla.

Ken also is survived by his siblings, Robert, Shirley Karen and Pam. Linda also is survived by her loving sisters, Carol Hartle of Hannibal and Ann Lupton of Oswego.

Private services will be held by the family.

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Leonard A. Daniels, veteran, inspector at Tactair Fluid

5-10_OBITdanielsLeonard A. Daniels, 74, of Fulton, passed away suddenly Friday, May 2 in Wilkes-Barre, PA.

He retired as an inspector for Tactair Fluid Controls, Inc. in Liverpool and he had previously worked at Sealright Co. in Fulton.

Leonard served in the U.S. Army during the 1960s.

He was the son of the late, Clyde and Madeline Daniels and was predeceased by a sister, Mary LaBoda.

Surviving are his wife of 55 years, Gladys Daniels of Fulton; two children, Julie (Christopher) Pepper of Volney and Alan (Susan) Daniels of Fulton; four grandchildren, Taylor and Cole Daniels and Zachary and Madison Pepper; siblings, Linda (Jim) Webb of Sackets Harbor and Robert (Jane) Daniels of Volney; many nieces and nephews.

The family will greet family and friends from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday, May 12 at Foster Funeral Home, 910 Fay St., Fulton.

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts are encouraged to the Manor at Seneca Hill Activities Fund, 20 Manor Drive, Oswego, NY 13126 or to the VA Medical Center, 800 Irving Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13210.

Charles Peet, spring services

5-10_OBITpeetServices  for Charles Melvin Peet, 89, former resident of Volney, Palermo and Phoenix, who died Feb. 19, 2014, will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday May 17, 2014 at Pennellville Cemetery, County Route 54, Pennellville, NY.

Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, Phoenix, NY has charge of arrangements.

Judith M. Kerr, life resident of Fulton

Judith M. Kerr, 74, of Fulton, died Tuesday, May 6 at University Hospital in Syracuse.

Born in Syracuse, Judy was a life resident of Fulton.

She was predeceased by her husband, John H. Kerr, who died in 2003; sisters, Arlene Ostrander, Marion Hyde and Margaret Jackson and a brother, Arthur Ostrander.

Surviving are  a son, John J. (Dawn) Kerr of Morehead City, NC; a daughter, Karen L. (Kevin) Hermann of Amityville, NY; two sisters,  Susan Scoggins of Liverpool and Karen Chiarella of Minetto; nine grandchildren, Allyson and Nicholas Kerr and Alexandra, Ashley, Viktoria, Christine, Timothy, Thomas and Jack Hermann;  several nieces and nephews.

A calling hour was held May 7 with service following at Foster Funeral Home, 910 Fay St., Fulton.

Burial will be at Jacksonville Cemetery, Lysander.

Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association-American Stroke Association, P.O. Box 417005, Boston, MA  02241-7005.

Kenneth G. “KGB” Brett, electrician

Kenneth G.”KGB” Brett, 59, of Oswego Town, died Sunday May 4, 2014 at his home surrounded by his family.

He was born in Endicott, NY the son of the late Kenneth and Elizabeth (Earle) Brett.

Mr. Brett worked as an electrician with the IBEW Local 43, Syracuse.

He was predeceased by his wife Kimberlee Brett.

Mr. Brett is survived by his children, Lana (Justin Guynup) Brett of Hannibal, Chancy (Chris) Matott of Oswego, Emmily (Kenneth) Vanvorst of Oswego, William (Victoria) Reynolds of Oswego, Ann (Arthur) Flewelling of TN; his siblings, Dan (Shirley) Brett of Oswego, Steve Brett of Fulton, Kathy (Gordon) Barkley of Hannibal, John (Kris) Brett of Fulton; and several grandchildren.

Funeral services and burial will be private. The arrangements are in the care of the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home, 147 W. Fourth St., Oswego.

Judy L. Avery, enjoyed camping, fishing with family

5-10_OBITaveryJudy L. (Gorman) Avery, 56, of Oswego, formerly of Fulton, joined her new life Saturday, May 3 at her daughter’s home, surrounded by her family, following a brief illness.

She was born in Oswego, a daughter to the late Robert D. Avery and Elinor Avery McCann.

Judy graduated from Hannibal High School in 1976. She was formerly employed for more than 15 years as a dispatcher for Fulton Taxi, retiring in 2013 due to health reasons.

She enjoyed camping and fishing with her family.

In addition to her parents, Judy was predeceased by a sister, Kathleen Miller, who died in 1995.

Judy is survived by two daughters, Tiffany (Ritch) Batchelor of  Oswego and Shannon (Jordan Roth) Gorman of Palermo; a son, Kevin Gorman II of Hannibal; a sister, Nancy Greenwood of Fulton; a brother, Richard (Doretta) Avery of Liverpool; three grandchildren, Peyton, Alasia and Alizaya; companion, Robert Haynes as well as several nieces and nephews.

Calling hours were Thursday, May 8 with services following at Foster Funeral Home, 910 Fay St., Fulton.

Contributions in memory of Judy may be made to Friends of Oswego County Hospice, Inc., P.O. Box 102, Oswego, NY 13126-0102.

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