HUDSON FALLS — Friends may call from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9, at the M.B. Kilmer Funeral Home, 82 Broadway, Fort Edward. A Memorial service will be conducted at 6 p.m. following the calling hours.
Burial will be private and at the convenience of the family.
QUEENSBURY — Eddie J. Bolduc, 78, of Cronin Road, passed away, surrounded by his loving family, on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019 at his home.
Born on Dec. 3, 1940 in the town of Lac-Mégantic, Québec, Canada, he was the son of the late Alfred and Aurora (Guay) Bolduc.
For many years he enjoyed working at Sandy Hill as a welder. During his career he made many lifelong friends.
Eddie was a communicant of St. Mary’s/St. Paul’s Church. He had many hobbies, some of which include ice fishing on Lake George and hunting in the Adirondacks with his daughter, Nicole. Eddie also enjoyed working in his garden. He loved spending time with his grandchildren, great-grandchildren and his dog, Teddy. Eddie had a wonderful sense of humor. He was a kind, caring and compassionate father who gave his children and grandchildren everything they needed.
In addition to his parents, he is predeceased by his daughter, Michelle; his brothers, Ovila, Willie and Robert; and his sisters, Dora and Noella.
Survivors include his daughters, Danielle Bolduc and her fiancé, Clyde Degray of Connecticut and Nicole Bolduc of Queensbury; three grandchildren, Kayleigh Porter and her husband, Robert, Bobby Cronin and Ashley Ojeda; three great-grandchildren, Nicholas Porter, Lillyanne Porter and Jack Porter; several brothers and sisters who live in Canada; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Friends may call from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main St. in Hudson Falls.
A funeral Mass will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary’s/St. Paul’s Church on the park in Hudson Falls.
The Rite of Committal will follow at St. Mary’s Cemetery in the town of Fort Edward.
Donations in Eddie’s memory may be made to the SPCA of Upstate New York, 588 Queensbury Ave., Queensbury.
GUILDERLAND — On Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019, Superwoman folded up her cape and gained her wings. Catherine Laboure Fischer of Guilderland was surrounded by her loving family when she passed on peacefully to be with her husband, Burt, and brother, Jim.
Catherine has touched the lives of so many with her kind heart and generosity, giving so much of herself to others, even in her weakened state. She never forgot a birthday, anniversary or christening. She was always interested in what you had to say and loved to give sound advice, whether you wanted it or not. She was a woman of tremendous strength, overcoming so many obstacles in her life and always pushing through. She taught us to never give up. Even her doctors marveled at how she beat Lymphoma in 2015. She has always been strong in her faith and very active in the Catholic church. She valued hard work and education. Her self-deprecating humor, love of life, energy and perseverance will truly be missed.
Catherine’s father was a real estate mogul, selling their properties in New Jersey and New York City to buy a farm in Richmondville when she was a young child. On the farm, she enjoyed many things like conducting chicken choirs, sleeping with her favorite pig, Gwendolyn, and directing variety shows with her mother and younger brothers. In high school she was a cheerleader, editor-in-chief of the school newspaper, prom queen and voted most popular in her class of 25. It helped that she had six brothers in the school with influence over such things.
After high school, she moved to New York City to work and attend school. It was there that she met the charming man who would become her husband. Their marriage gave her four stepchildren and they had six more, popping them out one after another like Catholic families do.
She earned her master’s degree in education while raising young children. Her teaching career was short-lived as she supported her husband’s dream to open a Carvel ice cream store, relocating her family from Long Island to Queensbury. Despite the long hours, she persevered for her family and was very proud that all six of her children finished college. After closing the store, she earned an associate degree in health administration technology, although she worried about passing Volleyball (as a physical education requirement). While serving as a caretaker for her husband and mother, she started a new career working at St. Peter’s Hospital where she worked for 15 years before retiring.
After retiring, Catherine spent much of her time gardening. She perfected her yard so that something was blooming at all times. She enjoyed volunteering at local soup kitchens, for Community Caregivers and as a literacy volunteer. She loved her water aerobics classes, book club, spending time with her grandchildren and telling her children what they were doing wrong with their lives (in a loving way, of course).
To honor Catherine, there will be a Mass held at St. Madeleine Sophie at 10 a.m. today, Wednesday, Oct. 9, with a luncheon to follow.
Sept. 19, 1944 — Oct. 6, 2019 GLENS FALLS — Joseph W.P. Sheehan, 75, of Fulton Street, Glens Falls, died on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019.
Born on Sept. 19, 1944, he was the son of the late Frank and M. Cecelia Sheehan of Fort Edward. He was a communicant at St. Mary’s Church in Glens Falls.
Mr. Sheehan attended Fort Edward High School. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in education (mathematics) from Mount St. Mary’s College in Emmitsburg, Maryland, where he was named to “Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities” for his many activities. He completed his graduate work at the College of St. Rose in Albany.
A math teacher for many years, he retired in June 2000 from Queensbury Middle School, where he initiated their computer program and served as their first computer coordinator. He also initiated and served as director of the Queensbury School District Summer Computer Camp. He had previously taught in Granville.
Besides his parents, he was predeceased by two brothers, Jack Sheehan and Paul Sheehan.
Survivors include his brother, Dr. Michael Sheehan of Queensbury; a sister-in-law, Margaret Sheehan of Glen Lake; and several cousins, nieces and nephews.
The family will receive relatives and friends from 10 to 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 11, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 62 Warren St., Glens Falls, followed by a Mass of Christian burial to be celebrated at 11 a.m.
Interment will be held in St. Joseph’s Cemetery, Fort Edward immediately following the funeral Mass.
Donations may be made to the St. Mary’s Memorial Fund, c/o St. Mary’s Rectory, 62 Warren St., Glens Falls, NY 12801; or the American Cancer Society, 1 Penny Lane, Latham, NY 12110.
Arrangements are under the care of Singleton Sullivan Potter Funeral Home, 407 Bay Road, Queensbury.
Nov. 10, 1923 — Sept. 25, 2019 QUEENSBURY and GLENS FALLS — Robert R. Eastment, 95, formerly of Queensbury and Glens Falls, passed away on Sept. 25, 2019. He had lived for the past three years in Cambridge, Massachusetts, near his children.
Bob Eastment was born on Nov. 10, 1923 in Nutley, New Jersey. He grew up in a musical household, but challenged his mother’s operatic orientation by becoming a talented jazz clarinetist. He had a lifelong love of music of the Big Band era.
Although he spent summers working on the Jersey Shore, there was an apparent call to the mountains. After graduating from Nutley High in 1941, he enrolled in the Wanakena Ranger School in the Adirondacks. He graduated in February 1943 and in April enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Thanks to the GI Bill, Bob entered Syracuse University in 1946 and received a Bachelor of Science degree in forestry in 1949. That same year, he married Jeanne Stanwix. In 1952, he joined International Paper Company as a forester and worked for IP for 35 years.
In retirement, his greatest passion and relaxation was splitting and chopping wood and maintaining meticulously organized wood piles on the small property that was home for Bob and Jeanne on Pickle Hill Road in Queensbury for 30 years.
He was a man of great decency who will be remembered by his family for his work ethic, his wit, his love of the Adirondacks and the Glens Falls community and his commitment to his wife, children and grandchildren.
Bob was predeceased by his wife, Jeanne Eastment, teacher and artist.
He is survived by his three children, Lynne Lerish of Rumford, Rhode Island, Peter Eastment of Wellesley, Massachusetts and Kate Eastment of Somerville, Massachusetts. He leaves three grandchildren, Faye Hollander, Matt Lerish and Isabel Eastment; as well as two great-grandchildren, Hope and Scarlett Tucker.
DELMAR — Barbara A. Surprenant, 88, of Delmar, passed into eternal rest on Friday evening at her residence.
Ms. Surprenant was born and brought up in Schroon Lake and was the daughter of the late William Alfred and Adelaide Rawson Surprenant. She was a graduate of Schroon Lake Central School and Albany Business College. She was a resident of Delmar for most of her adult life.
Ms. Suprenant worker for 40 years first as a stenographer and then as a senior stenographer for the State of New York Education Department, retiring in 1991 from the department’s office of the director of professional licensing services. She was active in volunteer work for 40 years and enjoyed traveling. She was a communicant of The Cathedral of The Immaculate Conception in Albany.
The interment for Barbara will be held on Thursday, Oct. 10, at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Cemetery in Schroon Lake.
HUDSON FALLS — Brian L. Dickinson, 60, of Burgoyne Avenue, went into the arms of the Lord on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019 at Warren Center in Queensbury.
Born on Sept. 24, 1959 in Glens Falls, he was the son of the late Philip and Mary (Reynolds) Dickinson.
Following his graduation from Hudson Falls High School, Brian enlisted in the service. He was proud to have served his country in the U.S. Army.
On Jan. 23, 1984, Brian married Nancy Savoie in Queensbury. She passed away in 2006. Together they shared 22 wonderful years together.
For over 20 years, Brian worked at Fort Edward Pallet Company. He was an exemplary employee, who took his job seriously and devotedly. Brian knew his pallets and could tell you how many you needed to build anything.
He loved the outdoors, especially hiking. Brian enjoyed hunting and fishing in the Adirondacks with his best friend, Mike Nicholson.
He will be remembered for being a devoted husband and father. Brian was loved by all and will be greatly missed.
Survivors include his daughter, Carrie Fiorino and her husband, Joseph, of Glens Falls; his brother, Karl Dickinson and his wife, Diane, of Hudson Falls; his best friend, Michael Nicholson of Hudson Falls; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Calling hours will be from 4 to 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main St. in Hudson Falls.
Services will follow the calling hour at 5 p.m. at the funeral home.
Memorial donations may be sent to the American Cancer Society, 1 Penny Lane, Latham, NY 12110.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Anthony Francis Levo Jr., 87, passed away Oct. 4, 2019 after a long illness, with his loving family at his side.
Tony was born in Saratoga Springs on Sept. 1, 1932 and was the son of the late Anthony F. Levo Sr. and Harriet Levo.
Tony (“Big Moe”) attended Saratoga Springs grade school through 7th grade and transferred to St. Peter’s School, where he graduated in June 1951. He was a member of the undefeated six-man football team, played baseball and basketball and ran track.
In 1956, he married Pauline Orisek and moved to Greenfield Center. He became a member of Plumbers Local 288, which later consolidated with Local 773 of Glens Falls, from which he retired as a plumber-steamfitter in September 1994. Tony was cubmaster and scoutmaster of Troop No. 18 for many years. He was involved with the forming of Camp Greenfield and obtaining the property on Brigham Road, which is still in use today. Tony served as captain with the Greenfield Vol. Fire Company No. 1 and was a lifetime member.
Tony loved to fish, hunt and camp, especially at Fish Creek Campsite and all over the Northeast. Trips were made to Alaska, Hawaii, the western U.S. and to Europe, as well as winters in Florida. He also enjoyed bus trips with the Greenfield Seniors and Moreau Seniors.
He was predeceased by his sister, Angeline Levo Capone; and brother, Robert Levo.
Tony is survived by his wife, Pauline, and had been married for 63 years. He is further survived by his children, Michael Levo (Christine) of South Glens Falls, MaryAnn (Van) Johnson of Greenfield Center and Anthony Levo III (Tom Niehaus) of Atlanta; also four grandchildren, Dan (Esther) Levo, Tim (Justina) Levo, Susan (Sean) Collins and Richard (Alyssa) Levo; as well as four great-grandchildren, Donavan, Dylan, Rosalie and Isabella. He is also survived by a number of nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends are invited to call from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9, at the William J. Burke & Sons/Bussing & Cunniff Funeral Home, 628 N. Broadway, Saratoga Springs.
A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, at St. Clément’s Church, Lake Avenue, Saratoga Springs. Burial will follow in the family plot at Greenfield Cemetery.
Special thanks to Dr. Rachid Daoui, the staff at Reuben Dialysis Center and to Dr. Roland Phillips for their compassionate care.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. Jude’s Children Research (www.stjude.org) in loving memory of Anthony Levo Jr.
HUDSON FALLS — David Basil Jones, 98, of Elm Street, went to be with his Lord on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019.
Born on May 24, 1921 in Wales, Great Britain, he was the son of the late David G. and Emily Jones.
At the age of seven, David and his family moved from Wales to Massachusetts. While at Pittsfield High School, he was know for his beautiful singing voice. David won the opportunity, through WGY Radio Station, for a trip to New York City to audition for Major Bowes Amateur Hour. David was directed to the wrong location and, as a result, missed the audition. They put in a 10-year-old substitute who won the contest. She is now known as Beverly Sills.
After graduation, David enlisted in the U.S. Navy, proudly serving his country in the South Pacific during World War II. Following his service in the Navy, he enrolled in the University of Wyoming, earning his Bachelor of Science in engineering. While attending college, David married the love of his life, Marjorie Robinson in Prospect. She passed away on Oct. 17, 1999, after over 50 wonderful years of marriage.
Following graduation from college, David began the career that he loved at General Electric as an engineer, retiring with close to 40 years of service. After his retirement, he enjoyed playing golf with his friends from GE.
David’s faith was strong and very important to him. He was a longtime devoted member of the Hudson Falls United Methodist Church, where he served as a trustee, was a member of the finance committee and sang in the choir. David had a beautiful voice that he also shared through the Glens Falls Operetta Club.
David was an accomplished woodworker. He enjoyed making furniture, wooden toys and Christmas decorations for the Hudson Falls United Methodist Church Holiday Bazaar.
In addition to his parents and wife, he was predeceased by his daughter, Sally Jones.
He is survived by his children, Donna G. Jones of Missouri, David A. Jones and his wife, Meg, of Poultney, Vermont, Gary R. Jones of Glens Falls and Jeanne E. Jones of Brunswick; his grandchildren, Andrew Reed, Patrick Reed, Abby Clinton, Peter Jones, Michael Jones, Linda Hull and Thomas Jones; many great-grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Calling hours will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main St. in Hudson Falls.
Funeral services will be conducted 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 11, at the Hudson Falls United Methodist Church.
The family would like to thank the nurses and aides on Tower 3 at the Glens Falls Hospital and the staff at Haynes House of Hope for the wonderful care and compassion given to David and his family.
Memorial donations may be sent to the Haynes House of Hope, 7187 Route 149, Granville, NY 12832.
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Ralph Harry Nicolson, of Saratoga Springs, passed away on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019 at the age of 96.
Ralph was born on Sept. 10, 1923 in Amarillo, Texas. He was the only child of Ralph H. and Bertha Irene (Grantham) Nicolson. He graduated from Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles, California in 1942. A highlight of his growing-up years was his involvement with the Boy Scouts, earning the Life Badge and serving many leadership roles. He continued his work with the Scouts into early adulthood.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He served as an infantryman in the 75th Infantry Division. He was seriously injured during the Battle of the Bulge and received the Military Order of the Purple Heart for his service. As a survivor of this famous battle, he was often approached by various groups to speak about his wartime experience.
On July 14, 1946, he married Lillian (Blanchard) Nicolson of Oneonta. They had met in Potsdam. He was studying engineering at Clarkson University through the Army Specialized Training Program and she was attending Crane School of Music. They had 73 wonderful years together.
Falling in love with the Adirondack area on their honeymoon, Ralph and Lillian made their home in Queensbury. Ralph retired after 33 years of teaching industrial arts grades 7-12 at Queensbury School. While there, he served as president of the Queensbury Faculty Association and the Tri-County Teacher Association, and was one of the founding members of the Tri-County Teacher’s Credit Union (now the TCT Federal Credit Union). He was involved in developing the technology curriculum for the State Education Dept. and helped create the teacher training for that curriculum.
Ralph was an active member of Christ Church United Methodist in Glens Falls since 1951. He served many roles over the years, including Church School superintendent and chairman of the Social Concerns Committee.
Feeling the desire to give back to the community, and inspired by the great works of Habitat for Humanity, in 1982 he and Lillian co-founded the Glens Falls Area Habitat for Humanity affiliate, serving as co-presidents for many years. They worked on over 20 houses during their years with Habitat.
In retirement, Ralph and Lillian enjoyed traveling around the U.S. with their camper trailer and spent many delightful winters in Okeechobee, Florida.
In 2015, they sold their home of 64 years and moved to Woodlawn Commons in Saratoga Springs.
Ralph is survived by his wife, Lillian B. Nicolson; his daughter, Amy Kida of Glens Falls; his son, Craig Nicolson and his wife, Kim, of McCall, Idaho; grandchildren, Jennifer Uhouse of Concord, Kazuya Kida of Los Angeles, California and Dhyana Kida of Seattle, Washington; great-granddaughter, Blair Uhouse; cousin, Sharon Bainbridge of Castle Rock, Colorado; and nieces by marriage, Susan Blanchard of Oneonta and Johna Smith of Cooperstown.
An informal celebration of life will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, at Woodlawn Commons, 156 Lawrence St., Saratoga Springs.
Interment will be at the Gerald B.H. Solomon National Cemetery in Schuylerville at a future date.
If friends desire, memorial donations may be made to Habitat for Humanity of Northern Saratoga, Warren and Washington, Christ Church United Methodist in Glens Falls or Saratoga Springs United Methodist Church.
Condolences may be sent directly to Baker Funeral Home, 11 Lafayette St., Queensbury, NY 12804; or through www.bakerfuneralhome.com.
GREENWICH — Wayne P. Fitzgerald, 82, of Greenwich, passed away peacefully Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019 at Saratoga Hospital, after a short battle with pancreatic cancer.
Born April 2, 1937 in Montpelier, Vermont, he was the son of the late Glen and Arlene Jeronime Fitzgerald.
Wayne was a 1957 graduate of Schuylerville Central School and attended Oswego College and studied industrial arts. He married Phyllis Corscadden on Aug. 5, 1967 and together they raised four children.
He had been manager at the Gansevoort Agway prior to establishing his own business in 1979, The Cutting Edge, which he operated with his wife and three sons. He owned and flew his own plane and enjoyed model airplanes, sportscars and skydiving. He also enjoyed woodturning and was a member of the Adirondack Wood Turners.
In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by siblings, Elaine Fineran and Henry Fitzgerald.
Survivors include his wife of 52 years, Phyllis C. Fitzgerald of Greenwich; three sons, Scott W. Fitzgerald and Steven S. Fitzgerald of Greenwich and Shawn P. Fitzgerald and his wife, Theresa and their children, Cody, Lucas and Julianna, of Schuylerville; one daughter, Sandra J. Viele and her husband, Ian and their children, Cheyenne and Logan, of Northern Ireland; one brother, Brian Fitzgerald and his wife, Cindy, of Schenectady; brother-in-law, George Fineran of Florida; sisters-in-law, Rose Fitzgerald and Gayle Corscadden; as well as nieces, nephews, many friends and extended family and customers. He will be greatly missed by all.
A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9, at Flynn Bros. Inc. Funeral Home, 80 Main St., Greenwich, with Rev. Keith Mann officiating. Burial will follow in the Greenwich Cemetery, with a reception to follow at the Middle Falls Fire House.
Friends may call on Tuesday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the funeral home.
Memorials can be made in his memory to the Easton Greenwich Rescue Squad.
The family would like to thank the staff at Saratoga Hospital ICU, especially Colleen, for the care given to Wayne.
Beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend.
Debbie was predeceased by her parents, Arthur and Dorothy (Sovereign) Parent.
Debbie enjoyed the time she spent with her husband golfing, playing board games nightly, watching golf and football and picking her teams for the weekly NFL football games. She also enjoyed bowling, which is where she and her husband connected. Debbie enjoyed family game nights, family gatherings with her extended family, decorating for the holidays and especially shopping for gifts for all her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She always put a lot of thought into it and looked forward to seeing them open the gifts. She loved her family with all her heart and always put her family first.
Debbie owned and operated Fantasy Figure Salon. She worked at Snow, Eicher, Farrar and Company for many years until she retired.
Left to cherish all the wonderful memories are her husband of 23 years and love of her life, Stephen Weinberger; her daughters, Deanne Whible (Jon) and Danielle Abbenante (Larry); her stepdaughters, Sheri Tougas (John) and Peggy Parker (Torry); her stepson, Shawn Weinberger (Robyn); her grandchildren, Nicholas Talback, Stephanie McGuirk, Samantha Pratt, Richelle Pratt, Justin Norton, Ryan Alix, Kirk Smith, Jordan Cleavland, Shawn Weinberger, Seth Weinberger, Noah Weinberger and Ethan Weinberger; her great-grandchildren, Taylor Smith, Elijah Norton and Ashten Norton; and her beloved Wheaten, Rosey.
Family and friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9, at Regan Denny Stafford Funeral Home, 53 Quaker Road, Queensbury.
Burial will be private at Pine View Cemetery, Queensbury.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks donations in Debbie’s memory be made to a charity of one’s choice.
HUDSON FALLS — Joseph Verrigni, 69, beloved husband, father and brother, entered Heaven on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019, following a month’s battle with pancreatic cancer.
Born on Halloween, Oct. 31, 1949 in Saratoga Springs, he was the son of the late Gerald A. and Anna Lanaro Verrigni. He attended St. Peter’s Elementary school and was a graduate of Saratoga High School in the class of 1967. Joe worked at his family store, Rocky and Jerry’s Market on Warren Street, and continued employment at Albany Public. He graduated from ACC and became an accounting manager for Southworth Machinery (Caterpillar dealership) in Menands.
Married to the former Mary H. Ant in St. Clement’s Church on April 18, 1971, Joe loved his family and all the Italian gatherings. He found laughter and comradery with his coffee crews of over 20 years, including McDonald’s and Dunkin’ Donuts. Joe also loved Saratoga Springs, enjoyed horse racing, going to casinos, NASCAR and football. He was a big man with an even larger heart. A third degree life member of Saratoga Council 246 Knights of Columbus and Saratoga Assembly 745 Fourth Degree Assembly, he was a communicant of St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church in South Glens Falls.
In addition to his parents, he is predeceased by one sister, Linda Lee Larmon; and a nephew, Dustin Larmon.
Survivors include his wife of 48 1/2 years, Mary H. (Ant) Verrigni; daughter, Amy M. Verrigni of Glens Falls; son, Jerry (Jessica) Verrigni of Campbell; his loving siblings, Geraldine (Tom) Ziegelhofer of Tampa, Florida, Gerald A. (Marge) Verrigni Jr. of Gansevoort and Michael (Tracy) Verrigni of Atlanta, Georgia; several nieces, nephews, cousins and his grand fur baby, Hemi.
The family wishes to thank Dr. Ovais Ahmed, Dr. Charles Yun and all the wonderful people on T2 and T6 of Glens Falls Hospital that took such good care of Joe.
Relatives and friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, at William J. Burke & Sons/Bussing & Cunniff Funeral Homes of 628 North Broadway, Saratoga Springs, where members of the Knights of Columbus will meet at 5:30 p.m. for their service.
A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 12, in St. Michael the Archangel Church, 80 Saratoga Ave., South Glens Falls, by the Rev. Guy A. Childs, pastor. Burial will follow in St. Peter’s Cemetery, West Ave., Saratoga Springs.
Joe’s family requests memorials may be made in his name to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105-9959; or the American Diabetes Assoc., 2 Pine West Plaza, Albany, NY 12205.
ARGYLE and VERO BEACH, Fla. — Edwin M. Bonkowski, "Eddie Bond," well-known area musician and original owner of Triads Music Center in Glens Falls took his final journey home peacefully on Oct. 3, 2019, surrounded by his loving family.
A full obituary will appear in a future edition of The Post-Star.