Alden Fredrick Deyo

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Tuesday, March 04, 2003
Altona — Alden Fredrick Deyo, 82, left this world Monday, March 3, 2003, at his home with his devoted wife and children at his bedside following a long illness.
Alden was born Jan. 8, 1921, in Altona to Fredrick W. Deyo and Lillian M. (Bodah) Deyo.
Alden was a graduate of Ellenburg Central School, attended Burlington Law School and Albany Law School. Alden and Irene were married on Sept. 22, 1941, at St. Ann’s Church in Mooers Forks.
Alden helped build and operate the Altona Theater. Later, Alden was Town Clerk for Altona. For many years he was self-employed as a truck driver and became owner of his own fleet of trucks that supplied lime for both commercial and agricultural use over the North Country. After retiring from his trucking business he than was owner and operator of Deyo’s Service Station in Chazy, N.Y. After moving his family to Chazy in 1959 he extended his business to Deyo’s Grocery at the same location in Chazy, from 1960 to 1972, with his loving wife, Irene, always working at his side. Alden returned to reside in Altona in 1977, where he owned Deyo’s Apartments until he retired.
Alden belonged to the Chazy Lion’s Club while residing in Chazy, he enjoyed boating and was a licensed navigator as a member of the U.S. Power Squadron. Alden and Irene also enjoyed traveling in their RV motor home, visiting their children in Texas, Kentucky, Wisconsin and Tennessee. He was a member of Good Sammer’s RV Club chapter 50. In the 1990’s Alden accomplished his dream to see California by traveling cross country. Alden was a member of the Holy Angel’s Church and did volunteer work at the Bingo hall. He also enjoyed NASCAR racing and attended many races.
Alden is survived by his wife, Irene Dora (Parsons) Deyo of Altona; four sons and daughters-in-law, Alden and Stella Deyo of Coopersville, Kevin and Debra Deyo of Altona, Jeffrey and Marcy Deyo of White Hall and Brad and Ivory Deyo of Louisville, Ky.; three daughters and sons-in-law, Mary and Glenn Latremore of Chazy, Sharron and Larry Miller of Beekmantown and Vanessa Deyo of Montgomery, Texas; 20 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; a sister, Theresa Lamoy of Middlegrove, N.Y.; a sister-in law, Lorraine Nephew of Ladylake, Fla.; Aunt Esterine Bodah of Altona; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Alden was predeceased by his parents, Fredrick and Lillian (Bodah) Deyo; two sons, Jerry Dwight Deyo and Scott Ryan Deyo; and a daughter, Lillian May (Deyo) Smith.
The family wishes to extend their thanks and gratitude to Hospice of the North Country for all their support.
Calling hours will be Wednesday, March 5, 2003, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Brown Funeral Home in Altona. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Thursday, March 6, 2003, at 10:30 a.m. from Holy Angel’s Church in Altona. Burial will follow in Holy Angel’s Cemetery in Altona later in the year.
Donations in Mr. Deyo’s memory may be made to Hospice of the North Country or to the Autism Society of Northern New York c/o Mrs. Irene Deyo, P.O. Box 97, Altona, NY 12910.
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George Deyo

PRESS-REPUBLICAN. PLATTSBFRGH, N. Y.-Monday. OCTOBER 19, 1942
GEORGE DEYO TO BE
BURIED AT ALTONA
Funeral services for George Deyo,
78, who died at the home of his
sister, Mrs. Fred Belair of Altona,
at 7 o’clock, Saturday morning,
will be held at the Holy Angel’s
church at Altona at 9:30 o’clock,
this morning. Burial will take place
in the church cemetery.
Survivors include his wife, three
daughters, Mrs. E. Perry of Plattsburgh;
Mrs. L. Rabideau of East
Hampton, Mass.; and Miss Dora
Deyo of Altona; four sons, Edward
Deyo, of Shirley, N.H.; Lawrence
Deyo of Altona; Clarence Deyo of
Altona and Gerald Deyo of VS.
Army; three sisters, Mrs. Fred La-
Due and Mrs. Fred Belair of Altona;
Mrs. Lillian Dragoon of Sciota;
and five brothers, Jerome Deyo
of Plattsburgh, Henry Deyo of
Randolph, Vt., Napoleon Deyo of
Sciota, Fred Deyo and Frank Deyo
of Altona.

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Lillian Deyo

Press-Republican—Saturday/ March l , 1980

Lillian Dragoon
PLATTSBURGH – Mrs. Lillian
Dragoon, 93, of the Sacred Heart
Nursing Home, died Thursday evening.
She was born in Altona Oct. 3,
1886, daughter of the late John and
Mary (Bonau) Deyo.
She lived in the area all her life.
She is survived by three
daughters. Mrs. Esther Lacey of
Plattsburgh; Mrs. Julius (Nora)
Jarvis of Plattsburgh; Mrs. Doris
Wynn of Plattsburgh; and eight
grandchildren.
Friends May call at the Brown
Funeral Home Sunday from 2-4 and
7-9 p.m. Funeral mass will be Monday
morning at 10 at the funeral
home.
Spring burial will be in St. Louis of
France Cemetery in Sciota, N.Y.

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Napoleon Deyo

Press Republican Wednesday , June 30 1965

Napoleon Deyo
ALTONA—Napoleon Deyo. 85.
of Altona died Monday night at
Champlain Valley Hospital in
Plattsburgh after a short illness.
Deyo, a retired farmer, was
born in Altona on Oct. 3, 1879,
the son of John Deyo and Anna
Bonneau.
He is survived by a son. Herbert
Deyo of Altona, and three
grandchildren, Gordon Deyo of
Dannemora. Mrs. Fern Hutchinson
of Cadyville and Shirley
Deyo of Plattsburgh.
Also surviving are four great grandchildren,
and two brothers
and three sisters. They are
Frederick W. Deyo and Frank
Deyo. both of Altona: Mrs. Emma’
Blair and Mrs. Celinda La-
Due of Altona ind Mrs. Lilian
Dragoon of Plattsburgh.
The body is at Leazott Funeral
Home. Calling hours are
from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Wednesday.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday at 10 a.m. at St Louis
Church, Scotia. Burial will be
at Holy Angels Cemetery in
Altona.

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Frank Deyo

Press Republican December 11 1973

Frank Deyo
ALTONA — Frank Deyo, 84. died
Monday at his home in Altona.
He was bom in Altona Oct. 3,
1889. son of John and Mary (Bonah)
Deyo.
He is survived by Jiis widow, the
former Ella Bodah; four sbntf,
Roger, Chandler and Stephen, all of
Altona, Richard of District
Heights, Md.; three daughters,
Mrs. Ruth Wasnick of Schenectady,
Mrs. James (Hilda)
Fennessey of Altona, Mrs. Curtis
(Rebecca) Boyea, also of Altona;
17 grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs.
Lillian Dragoon of Pittsburgh.
The body is at the Leazott
Funeral Home in Altona
Funeral services are scheduled
for Wednesday at 9 a.m. from Holy
Angels Church in Altona.
Burial

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Celinda Deyo

Press Republican Thursday  May 4 1967

Mrs Celinda Ladue
ALTONA—Mrs. Celinda Ladue
91, died Wednesday at the Harvey
Nursing Home.
She was born Mar. 5, 1876
in Altona, the daughter of John
and Mary (Bonah) Deyo.
She was the widow of the
late Fred Ladue.
She is survived by one son,
Ernest Ladue of Plattsburgh;
two brothers. Fred and Frank
Deyo of Altona: and two sisters,
Mrs. Emma Blair of Altona and
Mrs. Lillian Dragoon of-Plattsburgh.
Funeral services will be Friday
at 10 a.m. at Holy Angels
Church in Altona.
The body is at the Leazott
Funeral Home where calling
hours start at 2 p.m.

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