Vina Yando

Chateaugay Record FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1943


Mrs. Joseph Prairie, of Bellmont,
died at the Underwood
Home in Burke, just one day
before she reached the age of
73 years. She had been in ill
health for several years.
Born in Boston, Mass., September
30, 1870, she was the
daughter of Antoine and Mary
(Raymond) Yandow.
She was a member of St
George’s church Burke and was
well known in the community
for being a devoted and loving
mother. Her kindness was an
outstanding trait.
Surviving are her husband
and eleven children, five boys
and six girls. They are: Mrs.
Peter Bushey and Mrs. Richard
Machabee, of Indian Orchard,
Mass.; Mrs. Charles Strader, of
Glens Falls; Mrs. William Legacy,
of Burke; Mrs. Charles
Smith, of Saranac Lake; Frank,
of Woodbury, N. J.; Leo, of
Burke; Calvin, of Indian Or
chard; Raymond and- Bernard,
of Bellmont; and Howard, of
Massena; a brother, William
Yandow, of Massena; a sister,
Mrs. John Lyons, of Providence
R. I., 23 grandchildren and six
great grandchildren.

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Martin A Yando

TUPPER LAKE FREE PRESS, WED , October 15, 2003

Martin A. Yando, 39

Martin A, Yando, 39, of
Stale Route # 122, Constable,
NY died Monday, October 13,
2003, at the Alice Hyde Medial
born August 22, 1964 in
Malone, NY, he was the son of
Armand and Sandra J. Dame
Besides his parents and his
step mother, Becky Yando, he is
survived by a sun: John Yando
of Burke, NY. a fiancee: Kim
Narok of Westville, NY. a sister
Denise Yando of Constable, NY:
two brothers: Bruce Yando of
Huntingdon, Quebec and
Michael Yando of I upper lake.
NY. Also several aunts, uncles,
nieces and nephews.
lie lived all his life in
Constable and the area and
attended school in Salmon River
Central, graduating in 19X3
Crest Haven Pre-Cast,
Agway, Alice Hyde Medical
Center, Dwyer’s Building
Supply and Arnold Oil
employed him. He was currently
self-employed as a furnace
maintenance contractor.
He enjoyed horse racing and
was an avid Nascar and football
Calling hours will be today,
(Wednesday, October 15). from
2-4 and 7-9 p.m. in the St. Mary
Murphy Funeral Home Chapel in
A Mass of Christian Burial
will be celebrated Thursday,
October 16, at 10 a.m. in St.
Francis of Assisi Church,
Constable, with Rev. Francis
Flynn officiating.
Burial will be in St. Francis
of Assisi Cemetery.
Funeral arrangements are
through St. Mary-Murphy
Funeral Home, Inc.

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Burt H Yando


Mr Bert H Yando , 65, of the
Brainardsville Bellmont Road,
Passed away suddenly Thursday
August 6 1973.
Born in Bellmont april 18 1906
he was the son of William and
Eisle Mallette Yando and lived
all of his life in this area.
For several years he worked
for the Rutland Railroad and
in 1930 began his farming
career which he had pursued
for the past 40 years at his pre-
sent farm.
On February 4 1929 he married
the former Stella ArQuette in Notre
Dame Church by the late Rev
Charles Compeau. He was a
member of Notre Dame Church , Malone
Grange, Farm Bureau and a former
member of the Board of Directors
of Agway.
Besides his wife he is survived
by three daughters Mrs Stan
(Joanne) Peters of Somers, Conn
Mrs, Shirley Morris and Mrs Walter
“Tim” (Carol) Higgins both of Malone
Two sons Edward of Morrisonville
and Armand of Malone. three sisters
Mrs Lilliam Allard of Slatersville, R.I
and Mrs William (Stella) Perry and
Mrs Donald (Marion) Foots both of
Malone Two brothers Amos and
Leon both of Malone. 12 grandchildren
and several nieces and nephews
Funeral services were held
Saturday at 12:30 P.M in Notre
Dame Church, Burial in the Parish


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Stella F Yando

Press Republican-MONDAY, JULY 29, 1991


MALONE – Stella F. Perry,
78, of 28 Sawyer Ave., Malone,
died Saturday. July 27. 1991, at
Burlington Medical Center in
She was born in Bellmont Dec.
6, 1912, the daughter of William
and Elsie (Mallette) Yando.
She married William M. Perry
April 21. 1930. at Notre Dame
Church in Malone. He died Dec.
10. 1979.
She lived all her life in M alone
and attended schools there. In
her early years she had worked
for Tru-Stitch Moccasin Corp..
American Dry Cleaners and
Puritan Laundry. She was a
member of Notre Dame Church .
Survivors include seven sons,
Norman and Lynn, both of Syracuse,
Dale of Malone, Gerald
of Bangor. Milton of
Grangeville, Ind.. Paul of Montgomery
and Roger of Temple,
Texas; two daughters, Mrs.
John (Muriel) Burns and Mrs.
June Zoller, both of Syracuse; 34
grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.
Two sons,
Richard and Donald, died earlier,
as did a great-granddaughter,
Kristen Lagoy; three brothers,
Amos, Burt and Leon Yando;
and three sisters, Marion Foote,
Lillian Allard and Sadie Schirm.
Calling hours will be Tuesday
from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at St.
Mary-Murphy Funeral Home
chapel. A parish vigil service will
be Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. in the
chapel. A funeral Mass will be
celebrated 10 a.m. Wednesday at
Notre Dame Church. Burial will
be in Notre Dame Cemetery.
Arrangements were made
through St. Mary-Murphy
Funeral Home.

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Joseph Yando

Joseph Yando, a native of Clinton
County, retired employee of the Alu-
mninun Company  of America, Masseua,                                                                                                     died in that village on Thursday,
August 36th, after a short illness.
He was 77 years of age.
Mr. Yando was born at Churubusoo
on August 20, 1873, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yando. Until
1926 he was employed as a painter
at Malone and went to Massena.
He retired in 1945.
His first wife, Philina Degone, of
Malone, died 1918. His second
wife, Mrs. Joseph Barshaw, of
Piercefleld, whom he married In
1920, died in 1931. He is survived
by eight daughters, two sons, one
sister and one brother.
Funeral services were held at
Massena Saturday morning

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Henry Yando


Henry Yando, One of Proprietors of
Union Garage Met With Untimely
Death on Wednesday.
A distressing accident occurred at
the Union Garage on Wednesday
morning at about 11 o’clock, which
resulted in the fatal injury to Henry
Yando,” one of the proprietors, followed
by his death a few hours later
in the Alice Hyde hospital at Malone.
Mr. Yando and Mr. Teeter were
engaged in repairing a big six
Studebaker and had the machine
elevated from the floor by means of
hook and chains. Both men were
working side by side, when Mr.
Teeter went to the opposite side of
the car to secure a tool and as he
did so he heard a slight crash. He
called to his companion, asking
what caused the noise, but receiving
no response he quickly made his
way to the place occupied by Mr.
Yando and was horrified to find him
pinned beneath the rear fender and
the wheel, in such a manner that
his head was caught in the narrow
space between these parts of the
machine. With superhuman effort
Mr. Teeter lifted the machine,
which released the unfortunate
man, who fell into his rescuer’s
Mr. Teeter realized the seriousness
of the injuries and Dr. Tobr
was hurriedly summoned and upon
examination it was found that the
skull had. been fractured, check
bones crushed, nose broken and his
face badly lacerated. Arrangements
were immediately made to
convey the unfortunate man to the
hospital, where further examination
confirmed the accuracy of the hurried
examination made here. Every
effort was made by Dr. J. D. Harrigan.
who took charge of the case,
to bring relief to the sufferer, but
so seriously had he been crushed and
injured that it was impossible to
save his life and he passed away at
745 that evening without regaining
.Mr. Yando came here from Malone
late in April and on May 1st he
entered into partnership with Glenn
G. Teeter in conducting the Union
Garage in the rear of the Union
House. He was an experienced
workman and those with whom he
came in contact during his brief
residence here found him to be a
man of pleasing qualities and genial
disposition. He was 52 years of
age, and is survived by his widow
who was formerly Lelia Newton, of
Burke, his parents, who reside in
Malone, and two brothers, also residents
of Malone, and one brother
living in Holyoke, Mass.
The affair was a most distressing
one in every detail and much sympathy
Is expressed at the untimely

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Clarence E Yando


CLARENCE E. YANDO SR., 90, of 8 Barbara St., Malone, died unexpectedly Saturday, Jan. 26, 2002, at his home.

Born in Belmont, March 4, 1911, he was the son of the late Benjamin and Mamie King Yando.

Calling hours will be Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Bruso-Desnoyers Funeral Home in Malone. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated 10 a.m. Wednesday at Notre Dame Church in Malone, with the Rev. Scott Seymour officiating. Burial will be in St. Joseph?s Cemetery on the Lake Titus Road in Malone.

Donations may be made in his memory to either the Malone Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department or to Hospice of the North Country, Inc. in Malone.

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Frank W Yando

Press Republican Tuesday AUGUST 22, 1989

Frank W. Yando
MALONE – Frank W. Yando,
65, of 7 Brown St.. Malone,
was dead on arrival at Alice
Hyde Hospital on Monday, Aug.
21, 1989.
Born in Woonsocket, R.I., on
June 6, 1924, he was the son of
Amos and Myrtle (Brady) Yando.
His wife, the former Sally
ODougherty, whom he married
on Oct. 20, 1947, in St. Josephs
Church, Malone, with the Rev,
O Neil officiating, died May 9,
Mr. Yando lived all of his life
in Malone, attended schools in
Malone and graduated from
Franklin Academy in 1943. He
served with the National Guard
for many years, and owned and
operated a family farm on
Limekiln Road till 1963 when he
sold it. He then became
employed by Puritan Laundry in
Malone and was still there at the
time of his death. He was a
member of Notre Dame Church
in Malone.
Mr. Yando is survived by his
mother, Myrtle, of Malone; three
daughters, Mrs. James (Renee)
Durant and Judy Stowell, both
of Bombay, and Mrs. Timothy
(Sue) Clark of Vergennes, Vt.;
eight grandchildren and one
great-grandchild; and two
sisters, Doris Gareau and
Yvonne Patnode, both of
Malone. His father died in 1981.
Two brothers, Floyd and Lloyd,
also died earlier.
Calling hours will be held today
from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
at St. Mary Murphy Funeral
Home Chapel. Funeral services
will be held on Wednesday at 11
a.m. at Notre Dame Church.
Burial will follow in the parish

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