Alan J. Boyea

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Friday, May 12, 2006
46, of 93 Gentle Breeze Drive, Malone, N.Y., died May 11, 2006, at CVPH in Plattsburgh, while on his way home in the ambulance from Fletcher Allen Health Care Center in Burlington, Vt., where he had been a patient for the past several months.
He was born in Malone, June 26, 1959, the son of Lyle and Joan (Dumas) Boyea.
Calling hours will be Monday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Bruso-Desnoyers Funeral Home in Malone. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Tuesday at 9 a.m. at St. John Bosco Church in Malone. Burial will be in St. Joseph’s Cemetery on the Lake Titus Road in Malone.
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Aaron C. Boyea

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Tuesday, July 22, 2003
Ellenburg Depot — Aaron C. Boyea, 20, of Canaan Road, Ellenburg Depot, died Sunday, July 20, 2003, as a result of a motor vehicle accident.
He was born in Plattsburgh on Feb. 12, 1983, the son of Brian and Barbara (Handschuh) Boyea.
Aaron attended Northern Adirondack Central School for many years and graduated from Plattsburgh High School in 2002. He then attended Clinton Community College.
He currently was employed by Adecco in Burlington, Vt.
Aaron enjoyed playing soccer, basketball and softball. He also enjoyed listening to music and having a good time with his family and friends. He will be deeply missed by everyone who knew him.
Aaron was a member of St. Edmund
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Peter Boyea

Chateaugay Record THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1959.
Peter Boyea, 6 0
Died July 22nd
After Illness

The community was shocked and
deeply sadden::3d to learn of the death
of Peter Boyea, which occurred at
the Alice Hyde Hospital, Malone, on
Wednesday, July 22nd. He had been
a patient in the hospital for a week.
the deceased was born in Churubuseo,
on March 22, 1899, the son of
 the late Levi and Anna (Yelle) Boyea
Fur a number of years he operat-
 ed a farm in the southeast section
 of the city
Surviving are his wife, Lena (La-
Clain Boyea, four daughters and one
son, Mrs. Leo (Celinda) Boyea, Mrs.
John (Marie) Morhouse, Miss Sheila
and Catherine Boyea and Donald
Boyea, Chateaugay; seven sisters
and three brothers: Mrs. Victor
(Eva) Blair, Phoenix, N. Y.; Mrs
Anna Jarvis, Chateaugay; Mrs. Erwin
(Victoria) La Clair, Red Creek;
Mrs John (Minnie) Patnode, Tahawus;
Mrs. Thomas (Rose) McGovern,
Plainsville; Mrs. Wesley feoa) Perry.
Tawahus; Mrs. Rufus (Angeline)
Lamiea. Malone; John and Harry,
Chateagay; Eugene, California; several
nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts.
Funeral services were held at
 St. Patrick’s Church Saturday morning
and interment was made at Si. Ed
mond’s cemetery, Ellenburg

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Henry O. Boyea

Wednesday March 21.1984 Chateaugay Racord—

Henry O. Boyea, 70, Chateaugay died Monday, March
12, 1984 in Vermont Medical Center, Burlington, Vt.
Born in Churubusco March 9, 1914 he was the son of
Oliver and Anna Mae Yelle Boyea.
Henry a devoted family man will be affectionatelyremembered
for his determination to cope with a stroke that
disabled him in 1977. Although his ability to speak was
limited, he took great pride in doing daily chores and carpenter
work in his shop. He enjoyed touring the area in his
power driven vehicle and greeting friends.
He was a master mechanic with International Union of
Operating Engineers, Local 106, retiring in 1976 with more
than 30 years membership.
He was a communicant of St. Patrick’s church, Chateaugay
and a member of Knights of Columbus Wadhams
Council 469 Chateaugay.
Surviving are his wife, the former Lavina M. Patenaude,
whom he married Jan. 2,1939 in St. Patrick’s church: four
sons, Jack, Leo, Bill and Ron, all of Chateaugay; three
daughters, Mrs. Joyce Passino of Malone, Mrs. Gerald
(Helen) Ryan and Mrs. Thomas (Betty) Cook, both of Chateaugay;
14 grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs. Angeline Lamitie
of Malone, Mrs. Thomas (Rose) McGovern of Ocoee,
Fla., and Mrs. John (Minnie) Patnode of Chateaugay.
He was predeceased by four brothers, John, Julienne,
Eugene and Peter; and five sisters, Anna, Georgiann, Eva.
Zoa and Victoria.
Funeral services were held Thursday at II a.m. in St.
Patrick’s church, Chateaugay. Burial will take place in the
parish cemetery.
Pallbearers were members of the family. Steven, John,
Brian and Jack Boyea, Joel Passino and Michael Jarvis.
Donations in his memory can be made to the Chateaugay
Rescue squad or Heart association.
Arrangements by the Chateaugay Funeral Home

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Walter E Boyea

Press Republican THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1992

Walter E. Boyea Jr.

PHOENIX, Arz. – Walter E.
Boyea Jr. 31, died Sunday, June
7, 1992, of an apparent heart attack
in Phoenix, Ariz. He was a
former resident of Vermontville.
He was born in Saranac Lake
June 25, 1961, the son of Walter
F and Jesslyn (Banter) Boyea.
He attended St Bernards
After graduation in 1978, he
became a self-employed restaurant
owner and operator. He
played the organ for several
Catholic churches in New Jersey
and Arizona and was a writer of
spiritual music with several
pieces published.
In addition to his parents, he
is survived by a sister, Wanda
Boyea, two brothers, William and
Wayne, and two, nephews,
Michael and Deron, all of
Phoenix; his grandmother, Mrs.
William (Florence) Boyea of
Kingman Ariz, His godmother
Mrs. Joseph (Pat) Thpmpson of
Saranac Lake; and many aunts,
uncles and cousins. His grandparents,
Benjamin and Jesslyn
(Gonyea) Banker, and grandfather,
William Boyea, died earlier.
Services will be held in
Arizona. A memorial Mass will
be held Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in
St. Pauls Church, Bloomingdale,
with the Rev. Patrick Mundy officiating.
A burial service will be
held June 27 in Chasm Falls
with the Rev. Albert Plante of
Sacred Heart Church in Massena
Memorial donations may be
made to the Walter E. Boyea Jr.
-memorial- scholarship fund _for
music in care of the Fortune-
Keough Funeral Home in
Saranac Lake.

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Wesley Boyea

Press-Republican — Monday, March 31, 1975

Wesley Boyea
MERRILL — Wesley Boyea. 57,
died Saturday night at his home
He was born April 16, 1917 in
Elienburg, the son of Fred and
Gladys (Cook) Boyea.
He leaves his wife, Pearl Roberts
Boyea; his mother, Mrs. Gladys
Boyea of Elienburg Center; two
sons, Robert Boyea of Meridan,
Conn., and Richard Boyea of
Middlefield, Conn.; three
daughters. Mrs. Kenneth
(Beverly) Demers of Merrill, Mrs.
Eli (Donna) Smith of Rochester
and Mrs. David (Doreen) Benware
of Lyon Mountain; two brothers,
Erving Boyea of Plattsburgh and
Gerald Boyea of Elienburg Center;
four sisters, Mrs. Hazel LaClair of
Ellenburg Center. Mrs Mildred

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Hazel Boyea

Press Republican—Monday, March 16,1981

Hazel LaClair
LaClair, 61, died Saturday morning
in Ellenburg Center.
She was born Sept. 24, 1919 in
Ellenburg Center, the daughter of
Fred and Glaydys (Cook) Boyea.
Survivors include her mother,
Gladys Boyea of Ellenburg Center;
four daughters, Mrs. Charles (Pat)
Rodriguez, Mrs. Kermit (Gloria)
Honsinger, and Mrs. Pat (Sandra)
King, all of Ellenburg Center and
Mrs. Jerry (Nancy) Curnutt of
Berkshire, England; two sons, Gary
and Wayne ot Newark, N,Y.; three
sisters. Mrs. Raymond (Ethel)
Dupree of Ellenburg Center, Mrs.
Marcel (Alice) DeCoste of Mooers
Forks and Mrs. Mildred Neverette
of Ellenburg Depot; two brothers,
Irving of Piattsburgh and Gerald of
Ellenburg Center; 21 grand-
Children;’and one great-grandson.
Calling hours will be 2-4 and 7-9
p.m. at the E.F. Drown Funeral
Home today.
Funeral services will be at 10 a.m.
Tuesday at St. Edmund’s Church in
Burial will be in the spring in the
parish cemetery.

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Angeline Boyea

Press Republican-FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1991

Angelina Lamitie
MALONE – Angeline
Lamitie. 90, of the Cady Road.
Malone, died in Alice Hyde
Hospital, Wednesday, November
27, 1991.
She was born in Churubusco,
Feb. 7, 1901, the daughter of
Oliver and Anna (Yelle) Boyea.
She married Raphael J. Lamitie,
Nov. 21. 1925. He died Dec. 14,
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by three sons,
William Lamitie of Syracuse,
Franklin Lamitie of
Baldwinsville, and ‘ Calvert
Lamitie of Malone, and a foster
son, Joseph Golden of Malone;
10 daughters, Madeline Young
of Malone, Mrs. William (Mary)
Woodruff of Saranac Lake,
Roselva Daly of Baldwinsville,
Eleanor Thomas of Portland,
Ore., Mrs. Henry <Urla) Zoll of
Syracuse, Mrs. George (Joan)
Parkinson of Malone, Mrs. Gary
(Patricia) Dragon of Watertown,
Mrs. Wayne (Joyce) Muller of
Virginia Beach, Va., Sandra
Muller of Malone. and Mrs.
Robert (Pamela) Yeddo of
Baldwinsville; two sisters. Rose
McGovern of Plainsville and
Mrs. John (Minnie) Patnode of
Chateaugay; 58 grandchildren
and many great-grandchildren
and great-great-grandchildren,
as well as several nieces and
Two infant sons, Everett and
Haden; four brothers, John,
Peter, Harry and Eugene Boyea;
five sisters, Eva Blair, Victoria
LeClair. Georgianna Nichols,
Zoie Perry and Anna Jarvis,
died before her.
Calling hours will be today
from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m.
at the Bruso-Desnoyers Funeral
Home in Malone, with a parish
vigil at 8 p.m.
The funeral Mass will be celebrated
Saturday at 10 a.m. in St.
John Bosco Church, Malone, by
the Rev. Roland Gonyo. Burial
will follow in Notre Dame Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be
made to to the Malone Volunteer
Rescue Squad

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Minne M Boyea

Press Republican
JANUARY 9, 1992

Minnie M. Patnode
Chateaugay- Minnie M
Patnode. 84. of “Route 374.
Chateaugay, died Wednesday,
Jan. 8. 1992, in Alice Hyde Memorial
Hospital in Malone.
She was born March 17. 1907,
in Churubusco, the daughter of
Oliver and Anna (Yelle) Boyea.
She was a communicant of St.
Patrick’s Church, Chateaugay.
She married John W. Patnode
April 21, 1930. in Piercefield,
Survivors include her husband;
three sons, Francis Patnode
of Chateaugay, Ronald
“Jackie” Patnode and Donald
Patnode. both of Phoenix, NY.;
a daughter. Mrs. Richard
<Shirley> Hunter of Canton; a
sister. Rose McGovern of Syracuse;
15 grandchildren and 17                                                                                                                                                      great-grandchildren.
A son, Gerald Murphy, died
Aug. 10, 1987. Also dying earlier
were: five brothers, Julian.
Harry, Pete. John and Eugene
Bouyea: and six sisters. Eva
Blair. Zoa Perry. Angeline
•Lamitie, Victoria Laclair, -Anna-
Jarvis and Georgine Nichols.
Calling hours will be held Friday
from 2 to “4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
at Chateaugay Funeral Home. A
funeral service will be held at 1
p.m. Saturday in St. Patricks
Church, Chateaugay, with the
Rev. Fay Ager celebrating the
Mass of Christian burial.
Burial will be at a later date in
St. Patrick’s Cemetery.

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Donald R Boyea

Boyea Sr., Donald R. 
MINEVILLE, N.Y. — Donald R. Boyea Sr., age 67, died at his home in Mineville, N.Y., early Sunday morning, Nov. 25, 2007. He was born in Ellenburg, N.Y., May 2, 1940, the son of the late Peter and Lena (LaClair) Boyea.
On July 1, 1961, he was united in marriage to the former Elizabeth Trombley at St. George’s Church in Burke, N.Y.
He enjoyed spending time with his family, working in his garage and fishing.
Donald is survived by his daughter, Carol Boyea of Mineville; his two sons, Donald R. Boyea Jr. and Peter E. Boyea, also of Mineville; his three grandchildren, Elizabeth Montville of Morrisonville, N.Y., Robert Rancour Jr. of Plattsburgh, and Brandon Boyea of Mineville; great-grandchildren, Brexton and Reese Montville of Morrisonville, N.Y.; his sisters, Marie Morehouse of Baldwinsville, N.Y., Shirley Allen of Mineville, N.Y., and Catherine Trombley of Plainville, Conn.; and several nieces and nephews.
Along with his parents, he is predeceased by his loving wife, Elizabeth (Trombley) Boyea; sister, Celinda Boyea; and brothers-in-law, Harold Allen and Leo Boyea.
Calling hours will be held Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2007, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Harland Funeral Home in Port Henry.
A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Wednesday, 9 a.m. at Church of All Saints in Mineville, N.Y. Burial will be in St. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Moriah, N.Y.
Published in the Press Republican from 11/26/2007 – 11/27/2007. 

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