Bergen – Barry Garfield Miller, 50, of Bergen, passed away suddenly doing what he loved: helping others on Wednesday, (September 23, 2015) at United Memorial Medical Center, in Batavia due to injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident.

Mr. Miller was born June 6, 1965 in Batavia, the son of Tracy and Loretta (Werner) Miller, of Bergen.

Barry was a member of the Bergen United Methodist Church and the New York State Association of County Coroners and Medical Examiners. He was very community oriented and was the Chief of Emergency Medical Services in Bergen and a member of the Bergen Fire Department for 31 years. Mr. Miller started the Bergen Fire Department Explorers Program and was a Genesee County Coroner. Barry served on the Bergen Town Board for several years.

He graduated from Byron-Bergen High School in 1983 and was owner of Miller’s Millworks in Bergen, and the Beaver River Lodge in the Adirondacks. He also worked for several years for the Rochester Eye and Tissue Bank.

Anyone who knew Barry will remember him as a very energetic person who loved to fly his powered parachute, snowmobile, boat, waterski, ride his motorcycle and camp.

He was highly supportive of the Bergen Community and was proud to help anyone he could. An extremely generous man, one of his favorite ways to demonstrate his love and support of others was supporting battered women and serving the people of Bergen and Genesee County.

Surviving along with his parents are his sister, Pamela (David) McCarthy and their children, Rebekah, Rachal, and Shannon McCarthy all of Baldwinsville. Family and friends may call on Sunday and Monday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Bergen United Methodist Church, 27 South Lake Street, Bergen. Barry’s Funeral Service will be at 11:00 AM, Tuesday, (September 29, 2015) at Pearce Memorial Church, 4322 North Buffalo Road, North Chili.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Bergen Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 428, Bergen, NY 14416. Burial will be in Mt. Rest Cemetery, Bergen.

Thomas E. Warren, a 45-year resident of Sullivan County, passed away suddenly on Monday, February 16, 2015. He was 73 years of age. The son of the late Robert and Helen Conerty Warren, he was born on August 19, 1941 in Queens, NY.

A Licensed Funeral Director, Tom was owner of Ramsay’s Funeral Homes Inc. with primary offices in Liberty, NY. Tom was an active community member. He was a member of White Sulphur Springs United Methodist Church, where he presently served as Trustee. He was a 45-year member of Ontario Hose Co. #3 Liberty Fire Dept. and a member of Liberty Rotary Club and Liberty Elks Lodge #1545. He was a member of Liberty Lodge #521 F&AM where he was a Past Master, a trustee, served as treasurer and was a former District Deputy Grand Master of the Sullivan District. Tom served as a Sullivan County Coroner for many years and was a Town of Liberty Republican Committeeman for over 25 years. He was active in the Town of Liberty Volunteer Ambulance Corps for many years. He was an antique car enthusiast who owned several antique cars and attended many cars shows. He belonged to the Catskill Region Antique Auto Club of America.

Tom was a kind, caring, generous person who always helped where he could. He was a well-respected funeral director who always helped someone in need. He was a loving father to his two children and grandfather to his two granddaughters. He will be missed by us all.

Tom leaves behind his fiance, Kitty Vetter of Willowemoc, NY; his son, Scott T. Warren of Liberty, NY; his daughter, Christine Warren Dwileski and her husband, Mark of East Greenbush, NY; his brother, George Warren of Hamburg, PA; his two granddaughters, Grace and Lilah Dwileski of East Greenbush, NY ; his former wife and business partner, Janet Warren and many friends.

Friends may call on Thursday, February 19, 2015 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Liberty Fire House, 256 Sprague Ave., Liberty, NY. Firematic services will be held at 7 p.m.; Liberty Elks services at 7:15 p.m. and Masonic services will be at 7:45 p.m. Funeral services will be on Friday, February 20 at 11 a.m. at the Liberty Fire House where Tom’s friends, Rev. Bridgette LeConey and Rev. Duane Buddle will officiate. Private burial will be at Liberty Cemetery where Tom will be buried with his parents.

Memorial contributions may be made to White Sulphur Springs United Methodist Church, PO Box 308, White Sulphur Springs, NY or Liberty Fire Dept., 256 Sprague Ave., Liberty, NY 12754.

Canandaigua: Grant Murray Kennedy, age 54, passed away unexpectedly at his home, on Thursday, September 11, 2014. He is survived by three children, Grant Michael, Richard Scott and Alexis Susanne Kennedy; mother, Susanne Gardner Kennedy; father, Bruce M. (Anne) Kennedy; sister, Rebecca Brown; 2 nieces, Hadley and Channing Brown; and his children’s mother, Leslie Farnham.

Grant was born in Canandaigua, attended Canandaigua schools and was a graduate of Canandaigua Academy. He earned a bachelor’s of science degree in Business Administration from Ashland University in Ohio. Grant was a graduate of the Cincinnati School of Mortuary Science. He was a licensed Funeral Director and owned and operated Kennedy & Son Funeral Home, Inc. from 1986 to 2008, in Canandaigua and Bloomfield. Grant was a member of the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team, Region II (DMORT) and responded to the Katrina disaster in New Orleans and the flight 800 aviation accident in New York. He was a member of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity, First United Methodist Church, Canandaigua Rotary Club, Masonic Lodge #256, Merrill Hose Volunteer Fire Co., Canandaigua Chamber of Commerce, Canandaigua Yacht Club, Ontario-Wayne-Yates County Funeral Directors Association and the New York State Funeral Directors Association. Grant was a former camper and counselor at Camp Pathfinder in Algonquin Park, Canada. He enjoyed skiing, boating, fishing, cooking, woodworking and spending time with his family.

There will be no calling hours. His Funeral service will be held Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 100 N. Main St., Canandaigua. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Canandaigua. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 7, East Syracuse, NY 13057 or the Ontario County Humane Society, 2976 Co. Rd. 48, Canandaigua, NY 14424. Arrangements are by Johnson-Kennedy Funeral Home, Inc., Canandaigua. Condolences may be offered at

WALTER ROBERT “BOB” HEISINGER, 83, died on Sunday May 27, 2012. He leaves his wife of 56 years, Mary K. Heisinger; his son Thomas R. Heisinger and wife Kathleen; his son Edward K. Heisinger; his daughter Elizabeth A. Stewart and husband Marc; his grandchildren Jennifer A. Greathouse, Meaghan E. Siekman, Joseph E. Heisinger and Amelia E. Stewart. Born in Stamford, CT, the son of Walter Heisinger and Anna D. Heisinger, he was a longtime resident of Greenville, NY. Bob was an active member of the community and belonged to a multitude of organizations in addition to being the Greene County Coroner for 25 years. A viewing will be held at Cunningham Funeral Home, Greenville, NY on Wednesday, May 30th from 4pm to 8pm. Funeral service will be held at Greenville-Norton Hill Methodist Church on Thursday, May 31st at 11 am. Interment will be in the Gerald B. Solomon Nat. Cemetery on Friday. June 1 at 12:30pm. Light a Candle at

Loetterle, William III BERNE William E. Loetterle, III, age 67, passed away suddenly on Sunday evening, March 4, 2012 at his residence. Born in Catskill on August 8, 1944, he was son of Katherine Salisbury Loetterle and the late William E. Loetterle, Jr. Bill was raised on the family farm in Westerlo. He graduated from Berne-Knox High School, Junior College of Albany and Russell Sage College with a bachelor’s in economics. Bill served in the U.S. Navy from 1962 to 1965. He worked at GE in Schenectady from 1966 to 1988, and continued as a consultant until 2000. Bill also served as an Albany County Coroner from 1978 until 2002, then as confidential secretary in the coroner’s office until retiring in October 2010. He was a member of the NYS Association of County Coroners and Medical Examiners. Bill was a longtime member of both Berne and Rensselaerville Fire Companies, serving as assistant chief in Berne in 1985, and chief in Berne from 1986 to 1989, and as chief in Rensselaerville from 1992 to 2001. He was a member of the Albany County Rural Chiefs Association, and Clark White Post 589 American Legion in Rensselaerville, and served as a Coach for Berne Little League. Bill served as Democratic Town Chairman in Rensselaerville, and was a member of the Berne and Rensselaerville Democratic Social Clubs. He was a longtime Mason and member of Noah Lodge in Altamont, and the Cyprus Shrine Temple in Albany, where he served as Jester and was on the director’s staff at the Shrine. Bill was a past member of Westerlo Reformed Church and attended First Reformed Church of Berne. He enjoyed deer hunting and watching westerns and action movies. Survivors, in addition to his mother, include his wife, Susanne “Sue” Rice Loetterle; two sons, William E. Loetterle IV and Jonathan James Loetterle; one brother, Richard (Anne) Loetterle; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, William (Jeannette) Rice; nieces, nephews and cousins. Calling hours will be Thursday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at A.J. Cunningham Funeral Home, 4898 SR 81, Greenville, with a Masonic service at 7 p.m., and a combined Fire Company service at 7:30 p.m. The funeral will be Friday at 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Spring burial will be in Rensselaerville Cemetery. Memorial donations to the Berne Fire Company, Rensselaerville Fire Company or the National Kidney Foundation will be appreciated. Light a candle at

LOWVILLE- John Clinton Herrman, M.D.,84, of North State Street, Lowville, died at his home on Thursday morning, January 12, 2012, under the care of his longtime companion.
A Memorial Service will be at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, January 30, 2012 at Iseneker Funeral Home, Inc., Lowville. Calling hours are 2-6 p.m. on Sunday, January 29, 2012 at the funeral home. Dr. Herrman has donated his body to the Anatomical Gift Program at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY. Flowers are gratefully declined. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Lewis County General Hospital Foundation, 7785 N. State Street, Lowville, NY 13367 or the Lewis County Humane Society, P.O. Box 682, Lowville, NY 13367.
He is survived by his companion since June, 1974, Marcia Roberts Myers; three daughters and two sons-in-law, Kathleen Herrman of Clearwater, FL, Kimberly and John Berry of Chardon, Ohio, Lisa and Mark Coming of Chagrin Falls, Ohio; a sister and brother-in-law, Teresa and Kenneth Kron of Rydal Park, PA; five grandchildren, Clinton Gibson, Julia Coming Catherine Berry, Celina and John Coming; three nieces and a cousin.

He was born on October 26, 1927 in Philadelphia, PA, a son of the late Clinton S. and Juliet Kind Herrman and graduated from Central High School of Philadelphia; in June 1945 and Lafayette College in Easton, PA in June, 1949 and Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, PA in June 1953. He served in the U.S. Army during WWII; Medical Department, Army of United States from October 26, 1944-February 28, 1947. He did his internship at Jefferson Medical College Hospital from 7/53 – 6/54. He was Registered Ship’s Sergeon (Staff Officer) U.S. Coast Guard in September, 1954; and did a fellowship in General Surgery at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota for 36 months 1/55-12/57. He was Senior & Chief Resident – Surgery at Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio for five months in 1959. He is certified a Diplomat by the American Board of Surgery on March 13, 1961, a Diplomat by American Board of Forensic Medicine in 1997, and by American Board of Medico Legal Death Investigator in February, 1999.

He did fellowships with the American College of Surgeons in October, 1968, and International College of Surgeons in 1961. He also did a fellowship with American Academy of Forensic Sciences in February, 1998. He served as Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery from 1973-1996 at Sate University of New York, Health Science Center, Syracuse, NY. His hospital appointments were: Lewis County General Hospital, Lowville, NY from December, 1964 -retirement from active staff in February, 1998. He was chief of Surgery from 1965-1990; President of Medical Staff from 1965-1989; Medical Director from 1988-1990; Member of the Board of Managers/Trustees from February 15, 1998-present; Carthage Area Hospital, Carthage, NY, retired in 1994. He was consulting surgeon from 1965-1994; Acting Chief of Surgery from 1992-1993.

Dr. Herrman’s Professional Societies include: American Medical Association 1960-present, AMA Hospital Staff Section, AMA Delegate from July, 1983-July, 1995; AMA Chair Teller’s Committee; AMA Member Reference & Late Resolutions Committees, AMA New York State Caucus Chair from 1985-1988; AMA NYS Section Chair from 1988-1993; Medical Society State of New York from 1964-present, MSSNY House of Delegates, Lewis County, from 1975-1996; MSSNY House of Delegates; NYS Society of Surgeons/NY Chapter ACS from 1997-2003. Past Chair of MSSNY Reference Committee, Member Teller’s Committee and Sgt. Of Arms; MSSNY Emergency Medical Services Committee, Past Chair; Forensic Medicine Committee; member State Legislative Planning Committee, Past member of PRO Oversight Committee; Past President of Fifth District Branch (4 years); MSSNY Hospital Medical Staff Section; Delegate from inception, 1984-1996, Member of Governing Council, from 1984-1994, Chair Governing Council from 1989-1993; Ex-officio Member MSSNY Council from 1990-1993; Lewis County Medical Society from 1964-present, serving as Past President in the early 1970’s and June, 1992-June, 1994, was Sec.-Treasurer from July, 1994-June, 1997; Member of Central New York Academy of Medicine from 1966-Feb. 1998; CNY Surgical Society from 1968-February, 1998; NYS Society of Surgeons from 1970’s – 2002; NYSSS Board of Directors from 1988-2002, serving as Secretary from 1993-1995, President Elect from 1995-1997 and President from 1997 – May, 1999; Eastern Association of Surgery for Trauma (“EAST”), Sr. Member- retired; American College of Surgeons from October, 1968 to present; ACS NY Chapter; Council member & delegate to MSSNY from March, 2002-April, 2004, NYS Committee on Trauma from March 11, 1977-September, 1997, retired; Priestly Society from 1960-February, 1998. His memberships to Forensic Societies include: N.Y. State Association of County Coroner’s and Medical Examiner, from 1985-present, serving as First Vice President from 1985-1993, Executive Vice President from 1993 to present; International Association of Coroners and Medical Examiners from 1985 to present, serving on the board of consultants from 1988 – 1995, 2nd Vice President in 1996, President Elect in 1997, President from June, 1998-June, 1999, Chair of Board of Trustees from June, 2000 to present; American Academy of Forensic Sciences from 1987- present, Fellowship in 1998, American Academy of Forensic Medicine, 1997, Serving on Diplomat of the American Board of Forensic Medicine in 1997; American Board of Medico legal Death Investigators; Diplomat Certified in 1999; Charter Member of International Homicide Investigators Association, from 1988-present, serving on advisory board from October, 2003-October, 2005.
Lewis County Public Offices held by Dr. Herrman: Deputy Sheriff, August, 1970; Lieutenant – Sheriff’s Dept., March, 1992; Undersheriff, November, 2003; Retired from Sherriff’s Dept. in December 31, 2003; Chief Deputy Coroner, 1965- May, 2008; Medical Director, Office of Emergency Management from 1965-2003; Jail Physician from 1974-November, 2003; Local Health Officer (multiple towns and villages) from 1974- present; Medical Director, County Public Health Service from 1989 – present; Medical Director- Consultant, County Dept. of Social Services, 1989-2008; Lewis County General Hospital Board of Managers from February, 1998-present; Chairman of Traffic Safety Board from 1988-present; Project Manager of 911 Program from August 1998-June 30, 2002; 911 Oversight Committee, member from February, 2003-present, serving as Vice Chair; Vice President and Treasurer for Lewis County Humane Society from March, 1998 – August, 2011; Fire Advisory Board from 1992-1998; Handicapped Parking Program Coordinator from April, 2000 to present; EMS Coordinator from 1996- present; Assistant Jefferson County Medical Examiner from 2000 – present. Member of NYS Dept. of Motor Vehicles Medical Advisory Board from 1998-present; NYS Dept. of Health OPMC, Expert Consultant from 1998-present; NYS Education Dept. Board of Medicine, Member from 2000-present; Notary Public from 1970’s – present. Member of National Disaster Medical Services, U.S. Public Health Services, 1992-present; Active Duty (Medical Examiner “DMORT”; five times; Flood, Albany GA, July, 1996; Hurricane “Marilyn”, St. Thomas VI, 1995; Olympics, Atlanta, GA-July 1996; TWA-800 crash, LI, NY, July 1996; “9/11/01” WTC, NYC , Sept., 2001.

He was Past President of North Country Comprehensive Planning, Inc.; Past member, Executive Committee, Central NY Health systems Agency; Past Member of NYS Consortium of HAS’s; Former Trustee, Hospital Review and Planning Council of CNY.

Member, since inception of North Country Regional Emergency Medical Services Council, (1979), serving as Vice Chair from 1979-1987 and Chair from 1988-2000; CNY- Air Medical Services, Coordinating Committee from 1990 to date; Member of NYS Emergency Medical Services Council; Civilian “MAST” Coordinating Committee, Chair since inception; Lewis County EMS Council, member since inception, (mid 1970’s), serving as Secretary-Treasurer from 1994-1997 and Vice Chair from 1997 – 2011.

Dr. Herrman was a former Eagle Scout (with Bronze Palm) and Adult Scout Leader, Former Medical Director and Assistant Security Director for Watkins Glen Grand Prix, Inc. from 1970-1983. He was a member of BPOE #1605, Lowville Lodge, Lowville American Legion #162, and Phi Delta Epsilon. He was a former ACS ATLS Instructor. He attended the FBI Academy in Quantico, VA in January, 1985, March, 1993 and September, 2000. He also attended Federal Emergency Management Academy in Emmetsburg, MD in January, 1993.
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Herman Thomas, Sr., 80, passed away peacefully on Sunday, October 28, 2018 at Community Hospice Inn at St. Peters, with his loving family by his side.

Herman was the devoted husband to Lillia Mae Thomas.

He was employed for many years with Albany Medical Center and with the Albany County Coroners Office.

Calling hours will be held at Church of Jesus Christ, 562 Clinton Avenue, Albany, NY on Sunday November 4, 2018 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. An additional calling hour will be on Monday, November 5, 2018 from 9:00 am to 10:00 am, the service will follow at 10:00 am at the Church. Burial will follow the service at Graceland Cemetery, Albany, NY.

FORESTVILLE:  Warren H. Riles, CFSP, 79, of Main Street, Forestville, died Friday, March 20th, 2020, at Gowanda Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, from metastatic esophageal cancer which was diagnosed in January 2019.  Even though he was only there a week, he received excellent care from their staff.  He was born in Canonsburg, PA on December 4, 1940, the son of the late James A. and Florence E. (Houston) Riles.

Mr. Riles was a graduate of Palmyra Macedon High School, Class of 1959, a graduate of Syracuse University and a graduate of Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, Class of 1968.

He was a Licensed Funeral Director in both New York State & Pennsylvania and currently was President of Riles & Woolley, Inc., Forestville, which co-owns Riles & Woolley Funeral Home and Riles & Woolley Monuments.  He moved to Forestville on January 20, 1969, purchased the former Hole-Parker Funeral Chapel in Forestville almost 50 years ago, on December 15, 1970 and changed the name to Riles Funeral Home.  Mr. Riles started Riles & Woolley Monuments in April 1989 with Mark Woolley and formed Riles & Woolley, Inc. in 2001.  He served as a Chautauqua County Coroner for 41 years, retiring on June 27, 2018 and served as Chief Coroner for the last 9 years, where he participated with Starflight in numerous Mock DWI Crash Programs at many area high schools.

Mr. Riles was a member of many organizations including but not limited to; the National Funeral Director’s Association, the New York State Funeral Director’s Association, where he served on the Board as a former Super Region A Director, past member of the Budget & Finance Committee, Family Assistance Commission and Ad Hoc Committee, the Director’s Choice Credit Union serving as Secretary/Treasurer, the Chautauqua County Funeral Director’s Association, where he served as President for many years, a member of Erie Lodge #22 IOOF, Hanover Masonic Lodge #152 F&AM, Forestville, the Chautauqua County Police Chief’s Association, the American Guild of Organists, the Sons of the American Revolution, Newtown Battle Chapter and was currently President of the Forestville Cemetery Association.

He was a past member of the Chautauqua County Emergency Medical Services Council for 30 years, the New York State Association of County Coroners and Medical Examiners, where he served as 1st Vice President and was an exempt member of the Forestville Fire Department, where in the early 1970′s he served as Captain of the Rescue Squad and donated a hearse to be used as the first ambulance.  Mr. Riles also served on many Board’s for the former Village of Forestville and was a member and past President of the original Forestville Band Boosters.

Survivors include a brother, James G. (Beverly) Riles, of Bloomfield, NY, three nephews and two nieces.  Also surviving are special friends Mark, Ann, and Lynanne Woolley of Forestville, Michael Woolley of Chicago, IL and Matthew, Lindsey, Jason, Bryan & Madalynn Ellis of Fredonia.

Visitation and a Memorial Service for the public will be held at a later date when restrictions for funerals and public places are removed.  Private Funeral Services were held Sunday and private interment will be in the Forestville Cemetery.

Memorials may be made to Forestville Fire Dept. Emergency & Rescue Squad, PO Box 299, Forestville, NY 14062.  Arrangements are by Riles & Woolley Funeral Home, Forestville.  To post condolences and share memories, go to

Kenneth R. Hamm, 77 current Columbia County Coroner, of Gallatin, New York died on Tuesday December 11, 2007 at his residence.

He was born on October 21, 1930 in Gallatin the son of Rossman J. and Marion O. (Bradley) Hamm.

Mr. Hamm was a graduate of Pine Plains Central School, class of 1948.

A corporal, he served with the United States Army from 1954 – 1956 stationed in Germany. He was a member of the Cadby – Shutts VFW Post #7552 in Hillsdale, N.Y. and the Shacameco American Legion Post in Pine Plains, N.Y.

After his military service he became employed by the Kimberly Clark Corporation in Ancram, N.Y. He retired as shift foreman in 1993 after 36 years.

Ken was also very active in community affairs. Along with his military affiliations he was also a longtime contributing member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Ancram. He was an over 50 year member of the Ancram Fire Company and was a member and past president of the Columbia County Volunteer Firefighters Association.

He had served as the Ancram Town Clerk from 1962 – 1975 and served as town supervisor for Ancram from 1976 – 1981. From 1983 to the present he had served as Columbia County Coroner. Ken was also a member and treasurer of the New York State Association of County Coroners and Medical Examiners.

On August 25, 1957 in New York City he married Denise (Jones) Hamm who survives him at home.

Surviving besides his wife “Sis” is a son, Kenneth R. Hamm Jr. of Tracey, CA and a daughter, Mary Pepoon of Greenport, N.Y. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Gregory, Sarah and Jeremiah.

Friends are invited and may call on Saturday December 15, 2007 from 2:00 – 5:00 PM at the Peck and Peck Funeral Home, Route 22 in Copake, N.Y.

A Memorial Service to be held at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Ancram during the springtime will be announced.

Interment will be in the Vedders Cemetery, Gallatin, N.Y.

WILLSBORO — Walton R. Huestis Jr., 72, of Willsboro, N.Y. died at CVPH Medical Center Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012, from complications of long term diabetes.. He was born in Ticonderoga, N.Y. August 19, 1940, the older son of Walton and Rhesa (Spearman) Huestis. He graduated from Bordentown Military Academy, Paul Smiths College and Simmons School of Mortuary Science.. He was a member of the The Keeseville Elks, The Iroquois Lodge F&AM #715, The Willsboro Fish & Game Club, The NYS Coroners & Medical Examiners Association and the Willsboro United Methodist Church. He was an Essex County Coroner for 25 years. He owned and managed the Huestis Funeral Home in Willsboro for 39 years.. In 1970 he married Nancy (Hamilton) and together they raised 3 children, Todd of Raleigh N.C., Robb of Willsboro, N.Y., and Katie of Roslindale, Mass.. He is survived by one brother, Kirby of Venice, Fla.; a niece, Rebecca of N.J.; a nephew, David and wife Chris of Saratoga; an aunt, Helen Huestis Wright of Ga.; a sister and brother-in-law, Debbie and Mike McDonald and their daughter, Katelyn; and a sister-in-law, Barbara Morano, all of Loudonville, N.Y.. Calling hours will be held from 11 a.m.. to 2 p.m. Saturday Sept. 29, at the Willsboro United Methodist Church. A Masonic Service will be held at 1:30 p.m. A Funeral Service will be held at 2 p.m. with Reverend McPheeters officiating. A reception and fellowship time will follow the Funeral Service. A private burial will be at a future date.. At the request of the family in lieu of flowers donations in his memory may be made to the Willsboro Rescue, 3 Farrell Rd. Willsboro, NY 12996. Its dedicated members took great care of Bob over many years during his illness. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.