Warren F. Columbe

Press-Republican — Saturday, July 16,1977

Columbe A former county official, dies at 75

ORLANDO, Fla. — Warren F.
Columbe, 75, formerly of Peru and
Plattsburgh, died Friday at his
home here.
He was born fn Platuburgh Oct.
29,1902, the son of Filmore and Bertha
Columbe.
He was the first Clinton County
sealer of weights and measures and
held this position until he retired in
1965.
He was on the exeeulixe.committee
of the Republican Party in Clinton
County, was president of the
Adirondack Unit of the American
Contract Bridge League and was
also president of the Plattsburgh
Duplicate Bridge Club. He was also
secretary of the Harness Horse Racing
Association.
He and his widow, the former
Catherine O’Connell, retired to
Orlando in 1966.
Besides his widow, he leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Larry (Kathleen)
Klein of Long wood, Fla. and Mrs.
Robert (Maureen) Moore of
Albany; two sons, Filmore J. Columbe
of Greenfield Center and
David W. Columbe of Albany; a
sister. Mrs. Walter (Venita)
Bracken of Plattsburgh; and a
brother. Maynard Columbe of
Clearwater, Fla.
Calling hours will be Sunday 7 to 9
p.m. and Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9
p.m. at the R.W. Walker Funeral
Home, Plattsburgh.
Funeral services will be held
Tuesday at 10 a.m. at St. John’s
Church, Plattsburgh.
Burial will be in St. Peter’s
Cemetery.

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Maynard F. Columbe

Press Republican TUESDAY,
JUNE 30, 1987

Maynard F. Columbe

SCOTIA – Maynard F. Columbe,
58, of 237 Vley Road,
Scotia, died June 27, 1987, at
his home.
He was born in Plattsburgh on
Nov. 10, 1928, the son of
Maynard Judson Columbe and
Ethel (Miles) Columbe. He moved
to Scotia when he was 18.
Columbe attended MAL in
Plattsburgh and was a welder at
General Electric Co. for 19
years until 1971, at which time
he was disabled.
Surviving besides his father,
who now lives in Clearwater,
Fla., are his wife, Jane (Girvin)
Columbe of Scotia; two sons,
Maynard Joseph Columbe of
Saratoga and John Columbe of
Schenectady; three daughters,
Laurie Schindler of Schenectady,
Mary Cacchiotti of Wakefield,
Mass., and Noel Smith of Scotia;
a sister, Joan Hartung of
Webster; 12 grandchildren and
an aunt, Mrs. Venita Columbe
Bracken of Plattsburgh.
Calling hours are today from 7
to 9 p.m. at the White Funeral
Home, 264 N. Ballston Ave.,
Scotia.
A mass of Christian burial will
be celebrated Wednesday at 10
a.m. in St. Joseph’s Church in
Scotia. Burial will be iff Park
Cemetery in Scotia.
Memorial donations may be
made to St. Joseph’s Church
Building Fund or Scotia United
Methodist Church Organ Fund,
in care of the funeral home.

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Marie Columbe

Plattsburgh Press
MON., NOV. 27, 1933
Plattsburgh Press Files 25 Years Ago

Mrs. Mary Coulbron, 81, wife of
Louis Coulbron, died at her home,
123 Oak street, Nov. 27th. Mrs.
Coulbron is survived by eight children;
Joseph of this city, Mrs. Virginia
Minnie, Derrick, N. Y., Levl
of Dannemora, Mrs. Josephine Bouteau
of this city, Drillis of Saranac
Lake, Mrs. F. X. King of Chazy
Lake, Mrs. Chas. Morrison of Salt
Lake City and Philamore Coulbron
of Ware, Mass

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Lucy Columbe

Plattsburgh Sential May 6,1925

Mrs. Edward Foumier
Lucy Columbe, wife of the late
Edward Fournier, died at her home
at Chazy Lake May 4th, after an
illness of four months. Mrs. Fournier
being 81 years of age, has
been a resident of that place for
53 years, and was well loved and
respected by all those who knew
her. She is survived by one sister
Mrs. Victoria Dubrey of Redford,
N. Y., also a daughter-in-law, six
grandchildren.
Interment was in St. Josephs’
Cemetery, Dannemora, N. Y., Wednesday
April 6th, at 9:00 A. M.
Pall bearers were Phtilmore Columbe,
Allie Columbe, Waiter
Mear, Clinton Mear, and Thomas
Tierney.

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