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In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Ron stood at the grill every day cooking food for all to enjoy (no one ever left hungry). He enjoyed sitting and drinking coffee with all of the regulars that came in.
Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105; or to Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Duodenal Cancer Research, Elm & Carlton Streets, Buffalo, NY 14263. He most recently was employed at the Tops (formerly Big M) in Clifton Springs, where all the patrons got to know what a great man he was.
She is survived by her children, Michelle Brown [Geneva]; Colleen Grzeskowiak [Ithaca]; Charles (Lisa) Grzeskowiak [Gorham]; Christopher (Sharon) Grzeskowiak [Stanley]; Mary (Alan) Ragins [Lakewood, CO]; and Damian (Tim) Grzeskowiak [Gorham]; Richard was the son of the late Samuel and Alice Mae Ingoldsby Yaw. He was formerly employed at Loblaws, a job that brought him to the Penn Yan area.
Richard retired from Eastman Kodak after 31 years of service.
She designed and sewed many Native American “ribbon” shirts that were used in local reenactments.
She attended services at Chapin United Methodist Church as often as she could.
Ty was retired from the Yates County Sheriff’s Department. Even the children wanted to make sure they got to say, “Hi” when they came in. William is survived by his mother, Robin Larson Rohrer; father, William A.
He was a driver for the Amish and Mennonite Communities. Ron gave a forever home to his latest kids, Sweet Pea and Bubba, his beloved cats. William lived in Iowa for nine years and worked for Amana Co. Rohrer; two sisters, Allison (Lucian) Sacheli and Andrea Rohrer; three nephews, Lucian Sacheli, Lucca Sacheli and Reese Metcalf; two nieces, Lydia Sacheli and Lily Metcalf; two aunts; and several cousins.
He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Sandra; three sons, Terry (Debbie Mack) and family, Robert (Clare) and family, and Michael (Rondi); one daughter, Susan Button; two grandsons, Leon and Bob; one granddaughter, Bryn; two sisters, Anne Arnold and Marilyn Cornish; ; two sisters-in-law, Phyllis Button and Nancy Hey; brother-in-law, Dudley (Percy) Voorhees; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Main St., Canandaigua, NY 14424born Elsie Marie Koek in Penn Yan, NY to Chresten and Agnes Koek on May 9, 1924.
In April 1954, Phyllis married Wawrzyn [Walter] Grzeskowiak, a Polish national who immigrated to the USA after WWII.
Together they had six children over 10 years before separating, and ultimately divorcing in 1974.
Elsie was a devoted and loved mother and grandmother, and is survived by her sister Agnes De Bolt of Penn Yan, NY; and her children: Ralph James Hemminger of Chicago, Ill.; Dawn (Bill) Smith of Clifton Springs, NY; Joline (James Kraker) Hemminger of Cazenovia, NY; and Dale (Connie) Hemminger of Geneva, NY. Of course, it was everything else about him that made her fall in love for a lifetime. He worked as a mechanic at Fairport Schools; and retired as Head Mechanic at Victor Central School in September of 2016. He could fix anything, and he would do so for anyone who asked for his help. Jamie designed and built numerous houses and barns for family and friends.
She also is survived by 8 grandchildren: Chris (Meredith) Ruthven; Jason Smith; Evan (Christy) Kraker; Jesse Kraker; Jeremy (Erin) Kraker; Tamara (Matthew) Felker; Clay (Lauryn) Hemminger; Alessandra Hemminger; as well as 6 great grandchildren. After the war, he worked for Rolls Royce and Mercedes Benz in , then Imported Motors in Montclair, New Jersey. Jamie loved the outdoors and spending time in nature, where he found peace. Since retirement he was able to spend more time on his boat.
Elsie followed her nursing career as a RN in the Geneva Hospital until the 1970’s and then worked as a volunteer nurse for the Rushville clinic for many years. Burial will be in Rushville Cemetery, with military honors. Ron was a graduate of Gorham Central School Class of 1961 and Morrisville State College Class of 1963. Mike was born in Penn Yan and was the son of the late Arthur and Betty Allen. He enjoyed hunting and racing stock cars, mini sprint cars and modified asphalt cars. Mark founded Wings for Cystic Fibrosis, a non-profit organization, to raise awareness of Cystic Fibrosis, and to help other CF’ers with their financial burdens. She was a member of Zion Fellowship Church in Canandaigua. Three brilliant children by birth, Christopher, Lisa and Sandy.