Donald W. Patnode

donald patnodeOctober 13, 2013

Donald W. Patnode

Press-Republican

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. — Donald W. Patnode, 73, died peacefully on his birthday, Oct. 11, 2013.

Don was born at home in Keeseville, N.Y. to his predeceased parents Cedric and Dorothy Patnode.

Don was married to and survived by his beloved wife of 50 years, Janet Barbara (Fillmore). He is also survived by his two daughters, Kimberly Eaton and husband Robert of Cape Coral, Fla. and Jennifer Pelkey and husband Keith of Jacksonville, Fla. The pride of his life was his four grandchildren, Jordyn Pelkey, Karley Rose Pelkey, Jared Pelkey, and Andrew Eaton. Don is also survived by his older brother, Edward Patnode and his wife Linda of Crestwood, Ky; younger sister Norma (Susie) Snow and her husband Keith of Peru, N.Y.; younger brother Wayne Patnode of Millis, Mass.; and youngest brother Kevin Patnode and his wife Deborah of Morrisonville, N.Y.

Although Don was unable to travel recently to visit his siblings, he enjoyed many long distance phone calls with them over recent years. It was often the highlight of his day.

Don graduated from high school in 1959 and then entered the military. Don served in the U.S. Marine Corps for four years as an airplane machinist and served his country with pride. Upon returning home, Don married his sweetheart Janet in Norwood, Mass. Don and Janet would have celebrated their 50th anniversary on Oct. 12, 2013.

Don worked as a machinist at Georgia-Pacific and retired from there after working 23 years. Don and his wife lived in Keeseville, N.Y. until he retired and they moved to New Smyrna Beach, Fla. Don enjoyed his retirement years building model airplanes and wonderful afternoons in the pool.

Don will be cremated and a memorial service to celebrate his life will be held in November. Don was a devout believer and is now in the arms of Jesus. Don will always be remembered as a loving husband, father, grandfather, and brother. He will be greatly missed by his loving family.

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Walter J. “Bucky” Patnode

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WASSAIC, NY – Walter J. “Bucky” Patnode, Jr., 71, of Wassaic, NY, passed away on Thursday, September 13, 2012 at the Sharon Health Care Center in Sharon, CT after a brief battle with cancer. For 37 years, Walter worked at the Wassaic Developmental Center in Wassaic, NY. He then spent the next several years driving bus for A & E Transport before retiring in the spring of 2012.

Born on March 24, 1941 in Newburgh, NY, he was raised by his great uncle and aunt Henry and Jenny Barcomb. On October 12, 1963 at St. Joseph’s Church in Dannemora, NY, he married Bernice King who survives at home. Walter enjoyed fishing, hunting and his animals.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by his three sons, Walter J. Patnode III and his wife, Susan Stevenson Patnode, of Wassaic, NY, William J. “Bo” Patnode and his wife, Sallie Miller Patnode, of Ellenburg Center, NY, and Patrick J. Patnode and his wife, Renee Morgan Patnode, of Wassaic, NY; his sister, Gloria Washer of Watertown, NY and a stepsister, Vedora Maloney of Chateaugay, NY.

He is also survived by six grandchildren, Jasmine Kain, Zachary, Joseph, Laura, Destiny, and Joshua Patnode; two step grandchildren, Steven Paraszti and Russell McRoberts; two great grandchildren, Aiden Patnode and Sabin Kain, two step great grandchildren, Makenzie and Dylan Paraszti and several nieces and nephews.

The family would like to express their sincere appreciation to all the nurses and staff at Sharon Health Care Center, Dr. Kruger and Dr. Astrauskas for the exceptional care they gave Walter in his final days. It was above and beyond what any family could ask for.

Funeral services will be private and held at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions may be made to the Cardinal Hayes Children’s Home, 60 St. Joseph Drive, Millbrook, NY 12545 or St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital , 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105. To send the family an online condolence, please visit www.hufcutfuneralhome.com – See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/poughkeepsiejournal/obituary.aspx?pid=159896163#sthash.dNJlpqdI.dpuf

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Bazile Patenaude

  chateaugay-record THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1962

Bazile Patenaude
Died Sunday
After Long illness

B a z i l e Patenaude, of this
village, died at the Alice Hyde
Hospital, Malone, on Sunday
morning at 6:30 o’clock. Mr.
Patenaude had bean ill for a
long time-
The deceased was born in
Clinton, N. Y„ January 3, 1890;
a son of the late Bernard and
Lumlna (Jarvls) Patenaude
His younger days were spent at
Franklin Ceriter, Que., where he
received his early education.
With his family they moved here
a b o u t twenty five years ago.
The deceased was a painter and
carpenter and worked at these
occupations. Later on he was
employed by the Republic Steel
Corporation at Lyon Mountain-
He r e t i r e d f r o m active labor
five years ago.
Mr. Patenaude was a devout
Catholic, an honest and industrious
man, devoted to his home
and family ties and he will be
sadly missed.
On January 7, 1914, his marriage
to Miss Florence Ezro
took place at St. Patrick’s Church
in Hinchinbrooke, Que.
Surviving are his widow and
four daughters, two sons: Mrs.
Leo (Luminal LeCIair, Merrill;
Mrs. H e n r y (Lavina) Boyea,
Chateaugay; Raymond P. Patenaude,
Mlnevtlle; Mrs. Arthur
(Leonai Boyea. Witherbee; Mrs.
John (Gracei Ryan, Chateaugay;
Ernest at home; 29 grandchildren
and 8 great grandchilden.
He also leaves two sisters and
three brolhers: Mary Emond,
‘ av’iw Patenaude. John. Alex,
and Henry Patenaude. all reslleits
of Huntingdon. Que
Funeral services were held at
St. Patrick’s Church on Wedne-
wiay morning. Burial
made in the church cemetery

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Noel Patnode

CHATEAUGAY RECORD FRIDAY. MAY 29, 1908.
Noel Patnode, a well-known citizen
of this town, died at his home on Monday
afternoon. Mr. Patnode had been
in poor health for a number of years
and for the past two years has been ,a
confirmed invalid, suffering from locomotor
ataxia. He was held in high
esteem by his neighbors and friends,
and the sympathy of the entire community
goes out to the bereaved family.
The deceasedwas 67 years of age, and
is survived by his widow, six sons and
five daughters. Funeral services were
held at St. Philomena’s church on Wednesday.

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Elmer J Patnode

Press Republican FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1946

ELMER PATNODE, LYON
MT. NATIVE, DIES AT 43

Elmer J. Patnode, 43, a native of
Lyon Mountain, died Monday at
his home at Vermontville, following
illness of about eight months. The
funeral services were held Thursday
morning at St. Paul’s Church,
Bloomingdale. Interment was made
in the church cemetery.
Mr. Patnode was born at Lyon
Mountain on Nov. 11, 1902, a son of
Dominick and Pauline (Yelle) Patnode.
He attended the Lyon Mountain
schools and moved to Vermontville
about 25 years ago with
parents, who located on a farm.
His father died there April 14, 1944,
at. the age of 84.
Mr. Patnode is survived by his
widow, the former Helen Colllas;
four children, Grace Patnode of
Malone, Robert, Barbara and Marion
Patnode, at home; his mother;
three sisters, Mrs. Leander Begore
and Mrs. William Bouyea of Vermontville
and Mrs. William Purlong
of Bloomingdale; also two
brothers, Joseph Patnode of Rochester
and William Patnode of Vermontville.

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Eileen Patnode

Press Republican March 24,1986

Eileen M. King
CHATEAUGAY – Mrs. Eileen
M King/ 80, of 21 Lake St.,
Chateaugay. died Sunday,
March 23, 1986, in Alice Hyde
Hotpital, Malone.
She was born April 29, 1905, in
Chateaugay, the daughter of
Nelson and Josephine (Jarvis)
Patnode.
Mrs. King and her husband
had operated King’t Grocery on
Lake Street in Chateaugay for
more than 37 years before their
retirement. – *
She was a communicant of St.
Patrick’s Church in Chateaugay.
Survivors include one son,
Raymond King of Malone; one
daughter, Mrs. Chalmer (Anna)
Leonard of Chateaugay; one
brother, Leonard Patnode of
Connecticut; five grandchildren,
five great-grandchildren.
Her husbapd Albert King died
Feb. 28, 1981. A brother, Marvin
Patnode died in 1985, and a
sister, Marie King, died in 1948.
Calling hours will be from 2 to
4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at
Chateaugay Funeral Home.
A mass of Christian burial will
be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. at
St. P a t r i c k ‘ s Church,
Chateaugay, with the Rev. Paul
E. Whitmore celebrating the
mats.
Burial will be at a later date in
St. Patrick’s Cemetery.

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Eloise Patenaude

Chateaugay Record
MtARCH 30, 1928.

Mrs. Harmasdos Jarvais passed
away at her home in St. Antoine
Abbe., Que., after an illness which
covered a period of several months,
during which time she bore her oufferings
with patience and Christian
fortitude being resigned to God’s
Holy Will.
Mrs. jarvais, whose maiden flame
was Miss Eloise Patenaude, was
born in St. Antoine Abbe, 65 years
ago, a daughter of the late Mr. and
Mrs. Maxime Patenaude, and has
been a life-long resident of lhat
place. She was united in marriage
to Mr. Jarvais forty years ago and
a happy union has been severed by
her passing. Mrs. Jarvais had many
friends in this vicinity and in her
home town who mourn her demise
with genuine sorrow and regret.
She was devoted to her home
and also active in Church and
social affairs and, her
loss will be keenly felt and sincere
sympathy is extended to members
of her stricken family.
She is survived by her husband,
 four sisters, Mrs. Clarinda Cassidy,
of Chateaugay, Mrs. Paul Langevin,
of Ellenburg, Mrs. E. G. S. Gagnier,
of Cheruhusco, and Mrs. Albert
Mochon, of Wheaton, III., three brothers,
Odilin and Rufus, of Spooner,
Wis., and Benoit,  of Franklin
Center, Que.
FuneTal services took place at
the Catholic church in St. Antoine.
Abbe., on’ Wednesday morning at
10 o’clock, Rev, Father Guyotce officiating
lnterment was made at that place.
that place.

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Clarinda Patenaude

Chateaugay Record
FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1941.

Mrs. Clarinda Cassidy
A death which caused deep sorrow
in the community was that of
Mrs. Clarinda Cassidy which occurred
at her home in the southeast
part of the town known as the Number
Five section at 7:30 o’clock on
Wednesday morning. Mrs. Cassidy
had risen at the usual hour an
performed her morning household
duties. Her son Rufus, who was
in the barn upon entering the house
was horrified to find his mother
Iying on the floor cold in death. A
shock was attributed as the cause
of her sudden demise.
Mrs. Cassidy was born at St. Antoine
Abbey, Que., 70 years ago, a
daughter of the late Mr. ana Mrs.
Maxime Patenaude. In 1891 she
was united in marriage to George
Cassidy, of the same place, and 40
years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Cassidy took
up their residence on the above stated
farm. Mr. Cassidy’s death occurred
on August 18, 1913.
After Mr. Cassidy’s death Mrs.
Cassidy took up the burden laid
down by her husband and well and
faithfully did she perform her duties.
After a long, busy and useful
life she died as she had lived—honored,
trusted and loved. She lear
ed her own monument while she
lived in the hearts of all who knew
her. Her life was complete if work
rll done and well done constitute”
completion. Her Christian life was
beautiful from its beginning to its
close, and through all the vicissitudes
and sorrows that she met in
the way, her faith in God never
wavered.
Those who survive her are four
daughters, Mrs. J. W. Murnane,
Mrs. P. J. Bradshaw and Mrs. William
E. Dwyer, of Chateaugay, and
Mrs. J. E. McCormick, of Pittsfield,
Mass., four sons, Lawrence, of Lake
Placid, Wilford, of Pittsford. Vt,
Herman, of Elmira, and Rufus, who
resides at home, also three sisters,
Mrs. E. G. S. Gagnier, of Churubusco,
Mrs. Paul Langevin, of Ellenburg,
and Mrs. A. F. Moacham,
of Los Angeles, Calif. The bereaved
family have the sincerest sympathy
of the entire community, in
their great sorrow.
Funeral services will be held at
St. Patrick’s church on Friday
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St-Patrick, Chateaugay, NY Baptisms 1863-1915

Cassidy Clarinda Geraldine 14 Jun 1902 7 Jun 1902 George & Clarinda Patenode Paul Langevin & Augusta Anna Patenode Clarinda Geraldine Augusta
Cassidy Edith Anna 4 Sep 1904 2 Sep 1904 George & Clarinda Patenode Cornelius R. Murnane & Anna Murnane 
Cassidy Hermon Edward 14 May 1911 9 May 1911 George & Clerinda Patnoe Lawrence Cassidy & Georgiana Cassidy 
Cassidy Leona Mary 27 Sep 1908 24 Sep 1908 George & Clarinda Patenaude Patrick Ryan & Catherine Ryan 
Cassidy Raymund Roderick 20 May 1906 17 May 1906 George & Clorinda Patnode John M. Welch & Elizabeth Ella Welch

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Augusta Ann Patenaude

Chateaugay Record Thursday, April 28 1960

Mrs. Langevin
Died Thursday

Mrs. Paul Langevin (Augusto
Ann) died Thursday, April
14th, at the Andrew Kaul Memorial
Hospital in St. Mary’s
Pa.
Mrs. Langevin was born September
10, 1872, in St. Antoine
Abbe, Que., the daughter of Maxime
and Philomena (Benoit)
Patnaude. There she married
Paul Langevin but most of their
married life was spent in Ellenburg.
After the death of
her husband in 1943 she made
her home with her children.
The last two years she has
been with her daughters, who
are in the Order of St. Benedict
at St. Mary’s. Pa. She also
has a granddaughter Sister
Kathleen in the same order.
She was a member of this
Third Order of St. Benedict and
also a member of Court St. Helen
No. 100 in Chateaugay for
many years.
Survivors include thrae sons,
Roderick Star Lake; Paul Buffalo
and Gerald, C S. Navy, at
Alburuerque, N. M.; six daughters:
Mrs. Jeannette Patnode,
Fort Jackson; Mrs. Clarinda
McQuaid, Buffalo; Sister M.
(Pauline) Angela; Sister M.
(Lillian) Paula; Sister M. ‘MariJp)
Bpwavienture anid Sister
(Augusta) Jean Marie, all of
the Benedicine Convent at St.
Mary’s, 32 grandchildren and
B!i great grandchildren; a sister
Mrs. A .F .Mochon, Txvng Beach,
California. A daughter Mrs.
Floyd (Mina) Warner and a
son Edgar predeceased her.
The late Mrs. E. G. S. Gagnier,
Churubusco; and Mrs. Clarinda
Cassidy, Chateaugay, were sisters
of Mrs. Langevin.
A solemn requiem mass was
celebrated at Sacred Heart Church
at St. Mary’s Pa., Monday
April 18. She was buried in
the robes of the Order and all
her children were present

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Nelson Patnode

Chateaugay Record JUNE 28, 1962
NELSON PATNODE
DIED SUNDAY

Nelson Patnode, 87, died on
June 24 at the Hospital. Born in
Churubusco, son of the late
Charles Patnode and Mary Lacount.
He was a farmer until
recent years, due to illness he
retired. He married Josephine
Jarvis ir. 1902. February of this
year they celebrated their 60th
wedding anniversary.
Survivors are his wife, one
daughter, Mrs. (Eileen) Albert
King two sons, Leonard and
Marvin all of Chateaugay.
A daughter Mrs (Marie)
Willard King Predeceased him
in 1958. Also surviving at two
sisters.Mrs. Bertha Beebo of
Dannemora, and Mrs. Lily Parent
Of Churubusco seven grand-
children nine great grandchildren
and several nieces and Nephews
Funeral services were held
Wednesday at 9:30 A.M at
St Patricks Church.
Burial was in St. Patricks
cemetery.

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