Pauline Patnode

Press Republican FRIDAY,
NOVEMBER 8, 1991
Pauline P. Lipani
PLATTSBURGH – Pauline
P. Lipani, 60, of Plattsburgh,
died unexpectedly Tuesday,
Nov. 5, 1991, at CVPH Medical
Center in Plattsburgh.
She was born Nov. 16, 1930, in
Churubusco, the daughter of
Elmer and Theresa (LeFebvre)
Patnode.
Ms. Lipani graduated from
Chateaugay High School in
1947. She earned her bachelor of
arts degree in Art History from
Sir George William University
(now Concordia) in Montreal in
1974, graduating with honors.
Ms. Lipani retired from a career
with United States Customs in
1982, having most recently Servant
the United States Consulate
in Montreal for 19 years. She
moved to Cumberland Head in
Plattsburgh at that time, and
became well known locally as an
interior designer and folk craft
artist. She continued these
avocations after moving to Oak
Street, and in 1990 became
employed at the Mayor’s Office
at City Hall, where she worked
in various capacities up to the
time of her death.
Survivors include her father,
Elmer Patnode of Plattsburgh; a
.brother, James Patnode _ of
Champlain; a sister, Mrs. Kenneth
(Mae) Boissey of Dannemora;
and several nieces and
nephews. A sister, Mrs. Richard
(Jean) Yando, died in 1988.
A Mass of Christian burial will
be held today at 11 a.m. at Immaculate
Heart of Mary Church
in Churubusco. Burial will be in
the parish cemetery.
Arrangements are by the E.F.
Drown Funeral Service of Ellenburg
Depot.

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