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Arthur W. Montgomery 90, passed away on Saturday, January 5, He was predeceased by his wife Virginia. Robert W. Downing 92, passed away on January 5, Bob was a vegetable farmer on his family farm in Ballston Lake, where he lived his whole life. Bob was a member of the Saratoga County Farmers Market Association and sold his vegetables at the local farmers market for many years where he was loved and respected by his fellow farmers and neighbors.
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Burial will be private. Clarence H. Allen 86, passed away on Saturday, January 5, He was predeceased by his parents Ellsworth and Lillian, and his brother Richard. Clarence is survived by his wife Helen Allen, daughter Linda Boyce, granddaughter Kelly, great granddaughter Brianna, and several nieces and nephews. Holly Ann Rhude, 75, passed away Saturday, January 5, surrounded by her loving family. Johnsbury Academy in VT. In her retirement she has enjoyed spending time with her family, traveling to many Ballston lake NY wife swapping with her adoring husband of 33 years, Bill.
Some of her favorite trips include visiting the ocean and shoreline in Maine, Cape Cod as well as many New England lakes. Kayaking, canoeing, taking drives along the coast and visiting the area restaurants, especially for seafood, would always bring a smile to her face.
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Ending the evening watching the sunset was something she loved. While at home, she enjoyed reading, watching her favorite television shows and watching the birds come into the backyard to eat from the bird feeders. She especially enjoyed the cardinals when they visited.
She is also survived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held 9am Wednesday, January 9 at St. Burial will follow in St. Memorial contributions in memory of Holly may be made to St. Larry A. Kilburn 70, passed away on Thursday, January 3, Larry worked at Tufflite in Ballston Spa for over 20 years.
He then worked for Laquidara Construction and retired from Carver Construction in Larry was always willing to lend a hand to his siblings, whether it was cutting down a tree or fixing things around the house. His family was his greatest treasure. Larry enjoyed camping, playing Bingo, and traveling.
Burial will follow in Ballston Spa Cemetery. Relatives and friends are invited to call on Monday, January 7 from 4pm to 7pm at the funeral home. John P. McNamara, 83, entered into eternal rest on December 31,surrounded by his loving family. John will be long remembered for his charismatic personality, his operatic spinto-tenor voice, and his unwavering Catholic faith and devotion to the Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet.
Vivacqua at St. Nancy K. Mills 80, passed away on Friday, December 28, Her kindness and generosity to people was well known throughout the community. She was always willing to lend a helping hand.
Nancy enjoyed cooking and treasured her family and the time they spent together. She was predeceased by her brother Harry Kristiansen and brother in law Lester Woodcock.
A service will follow at 12 noon. Virginia M. Virginia was a dental assistant for Dr. McCanty in Ballston Spa for over 20 years.
After her retirement, she cared for her grandchildren, treasuring the time she spent with them. A service will be held at 10am. Gardening and sharing the fruits of his garden were his passion.
Guy was also a member of the International Union of Operating Engineers IUOE Local and recently received an award as their oldest living member of the organization. Guy enjoyed spending time with his family and teaching his grandchildren the art of gardening, woodworking, carpentry, and how to operate his machinery and various tractors.
Guy contributed in building the West Mountain Ski Center and would talk about the days when he would climb the mountain to go to work and then ski down it on his shovel. He also owned and ran a saw-mill that he used to build multiple homes.
Guy and his late wife, Beatrice, spent their winters in Kissimmee, Florida where they enjoyed picking fruit from the trees in their yard, bowling, playing shuffleboard and horse shoes, going to garage sales, and spending their days at Disney World. Guy revisited Disney World in January of and received perks based on being an honorary Disney World charter member. The surviving family that is celebrating his long and fulfilling life include his children, Forest Bevins and his wife Donna; Beverly Croteau and her husband, Rhett; stepson David D.
Guy is also survived by his brother Max Bevins, his nephew Ricky Bevins Ballston lake NY wife swapping his spouse; and several other nieces and nephews. David W. Murdock 62, passed away on Monday, December 24, He was a graduate of Ballston Spa High School. Living on Saratoga Lake, he loved to fish in the summer and winter months. He enjoyed watching sports and was an avid Raiders and Dodgers fan. He was predeceased by his parents Stanley and Madeline Murdock.
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A private family service will be held. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in memory of David may be made to the American Cancer Society. Patricia A. Monroe 76, passed away on Saturday, December 22, Patricia was a computer programmer for many years. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Sandra J. Austro 78, passed away on Friday, December 21, She moved to his farm in Ballston Spa where they raised their children. She treasured her family and the memories she created with them. Russell K. Thomas, 89, passed away on Wednesday, December 19, Stationed in the combat information center, he tracked surfaces and scanned for crafts and airplanes. He enjoyed the travel opportunities that the Navy provided and his stint as a boxer for the Navy team.
Russell was a graduate of Ballston Spa High School and was a running back on the football team. He was a drummer in band and orchestra and later played at private events and on the radio.
He loved music and went to more than twenty shows with his daughter Shelley. Russell worked at Grand Union for 25 years and then Curtis Lumber for another 25 years, retiring from his long career as a Senior purchasing agent at Saratoga Lumber Traders.
Russell went to Precise Fitness and Training and worked out regularly; two to three times a week. His exceptional trainer, Gina Sabatini worked with him for more than 25 years.