Guy Rascoe

Press-Republican — Saturday August 25,1979

Guy Rascoe

SARANAC — Guy Rascoe. 78,
dtod Thursday evening at the
Meadowbrook Nursing Home.
He was born June 9, 1901 in
Saranac, the son of George and
RoMnna (Goddeau) Rascoe.
He was a farmer and machine
operator for the town of Saranac
before his retirement. His wife, the
former Anna Reyell, died in Jan.
of 1973.
He is survived by one daughter,
Mrs. Curtis (Rose) Plumadore of
Saranac; four sons, Joseph of
Champlain, Richard, Clarence and
Irvin, all of Saranac; five sisters,
Mrs. Mable Drollette of Saranac,
Mrs. Josephine Collins of Redford,
Mrs. Eva LaFountain of Standish,
Mrs. Bernard (Laura) Smart of
Saranac and Mrs. Joseph
(Theresa) Ormsbee of Greenfield,
Tenn.; five brothers, Fred, Edgar
and Elmore, all of Saranac, Oscar
of Lyon Mountain and Francis of
Saranac; 15 grandchildren and six
Calling hours are from 2 to 4 and
7 to 9 p.m. today and Sunday at the
O’Neill-Redden-Drown Funeral
Home in Plattsburgh.
Funeral services will be held at
10 a.m. Monday at the Assumption
of Mary Church in Redford.
Burial will be in Assumption
Cemetery in Redford.


Press Republican—Tuesday, August 28, 1979

Guy Rascoe

REDFORD — Funeral services
for Guy Rascoe, 78, who died
Thursday evening at t h e
Meadowbrook Nursing Home were
held at 10 a.m. Monday at Assumption
of Mary Church in Redford.
The Rev. Francis Kearns
celebrated the mass.
Bearers were Donny. Eric, Dale,
Ronnie and Mike Rascoe and Curtis
Plumadore Jr.
Burial was in Assumption

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