Martin A Yando

TUPPER LAKE FREE PRESS, WED , October 15, 2003

Martin A. Yando, 39

Martin A, Yando, 39, of
Stale Route # 122, Constable,
NY died Monday, October 13,
2003, at the Alice Hyde Medial
Center
born August 22, 1964 in
Malone, NY, he was the son of
Armand and Sandra J. Dame
Yando.
Besides his parents and his
step mother, Becky Yando, he is
survived by a sun: John Yando
of Burke, NY. a fiancee: Kim
Narok of Westville, NY. a sister
Denise Yando of Constable, NY:
two brothers: Bruce Yando of
Huntingdon, Quebec and
Michael Yando of I upper lake.
NY. Also several aunts, uncles,
nieces and nephews.
lie lived all his life in
Constable and the area and
attended school in Salmon River
Central, graduating in 19X3
Crest Haven Pre-Cast,
Agway, Alice Hyde Medical
Center, Dwyer’s Building
Supply and Arnold Oil
employed him. He was currently
self-employed as a furnace
maintenance contractor.
He enjoyed horse racing and
was an avid Nascar and football
fan.
Calling hours will be today,
(Wednesday, October 15). from
2-4 and 7-9 p.m. in the St. Mary
Murphy Funeral Home Chapel in
Constable.
A Mass of Christian Burial
will be celebrated Thursday,
October 16, at 10 a.m. in St.
Francis of Assisi Church,
Constable, with Rev. Francis
Flynn officiating.
Burial will be in St. Francis
of Assisi Cemetery.
Funeral arrangements are
through St. Mary-Murphy
Funeral Home, Inc.

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