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.
at the Gorham United Methodist Church, 4746 South St.. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Cobblestone Springs, 4306 Lakemont-Himrod Rd., Dundee NY 14837 or the American Heart Association, Tom was the son of the late George and Ethel Wilkie. Tom is survived by his wife, Ellen Porter Wilkie; son, Ronald (Valerie) Wilkie; daughter, Kathleen Wilkie; three grandchildren, Rebecca Wilkie, Tyler Wilkie and Matt Campo; and brothers, Phillip (Carol) Wilkie and George W. Jerry is survived by his wife, Betty Dillon Johnston; son, William (Wendy) Van Sickle; daughter, Lori (Chris Anderson) Sutton; four grandchildren, Cara, Dillon, Madison and Ethan; brother, Robert Johnston; and several nieces and nephews. Then he and his wife bought and ran the Old Mill House Restaurant in Gorham for 10 years.
Phyllis is remembered by her long-time friends for her giving character as evidenced by the meals she provided and support she showed in times of need.
Beyond the love for her children and grandchildren, her passions were music, Native American culture and arts, sewing, and reading historic fiction.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, Suite 102, 25 Circle St., Rochester, NY 14607. Gene was a car guy - specifically a high-end car guy. He was an engineer at heart and a jack of all trades. He was a mighty fine fisherman and photographer too. They lived together in New York, Paramus, Ringwood, New Jersey and finally Canandaigua, NY. Jamie enjoyed planting a vegetable garden every year with his daughters.
___________________________________________________ Penn Yan/Gorham- Richard J. 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.
Together they had six children over 10 years before separating, and ultimately divorcing in 1974.
During his lifetime, he had also worked at Shay Oil and Gas in Penn Yan and at Kodak.
She taught braille and life skills to the visually-impaired while employed by The Association for the Blind, and provided elder care to patients residing at Canandaigua's Grove Home.
Please visit send a message of condolence to the Allen family. Laurel was predeceased by her paternal grandfather, David Gray in 2017. He was a 1993 graduate of Marcus Whitman High School. Wayne was born July 3, 1934 in York, NY, to the late Walter George Hovey and Mildred Virginia King Hovey. He also enjoyed hunting, traveling, NASCAR, the New York Yankees and the Syracuse Orange basketball team. Contributions in her memory may be made to the Methodist Church, Seneca Castle, NY 14547; or the 4-H Camp Bristol Hills, Bathroom Update Campaign, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ontario County, 480 N.
Phil was predeceased by his maternal grandparents, Ward and Elizabeth Emerson; and his paternal grandparents, Stuart and Ruth Allen. She loved car racing, hiking and family gatherings. Laurel is survived by her parents, Steven and Stacy Gray; one brother, Evan Gray; maternal grandparents Dolly Van Sickle and Howard Van Sickle; paternal grandmother, Manina Gray; and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Ty is survived by his wife, Audrey “Jeanne” Phillips; two sons, Robert (Jeanne Marie) Phillips and Charles (Jean) Phillips ; one daughter, Regina (Ronald) Lewis; two grandsons, Joshua and Kyle; two great-grandchildren; two brothers, Glenn (Pat) Phillips of Virginia and Walter (Dolores) Phillips of Phelps; one sister, Bonnie (Bill) Furkin of Clifton Springs; and several nieces and nephews. They were married May 20, 1961 at the Liska’s Kill Reformed Church, Schenectady, NY, by the Rev. Wayne is survived by his wife, Barbara Hovey; daughter, Michele (David Johnson) Hovey Childs of Rochester, NY; son, Bruce (Diane) Hovey of Stanley, NY; brother and sister-in-law, Brian and Joyce Hovey of Pavilion, NY; and several nieces and nephews. He enjoyed snowmobiling on Tug Hill and at Yellowstone National Park. She also leaves her beloved grandchildren, Jennifer, Michael, John (Kristine), Justin and Matthew Brooks; and several great-grandchildren.