THEODORE BENOIT

DAILY PRESS, PLATTSBURGH, N. V.—FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1938

THEODORE BENOIT
DIED WEDNESDAY
Theodore Benoit, formerly of Cadyville,
died at Saranac Lake
Wednesday. He was 31 years old.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Leda Burnell Benoit of Plattsburgh”;
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Benoit of St. Albans, Vt., three sisters,
Mrs. Raymond Burnell of
D’annemora, Mrs. John Stow of
Morrisonville and Mrs. Harold Rugar
of Plattsburgh; four brothres,
Leo, Every, Earl, and Charles, all
of St. Albans.
Funeral services will be held In
St. James church at Cadyville this
morning at nine o’clock, the funeral
cortege leaving Brown’s funeral
home at 8:30 a. m. Burial will be in
St. James cemetery

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Mary L Betters

Press-Republican—Wednesday, May 15,1985

Mary L Shelley
FORT EDWARD — Mary L.
Shelley, 81, of 11 Harrison Ave.,
Fort Edward, died on Monday,
May 13, 1985, in Glens Falls
Hospital.
She was born in Dannemora on
June 21, 1903, the daugher of
Joseph and Josephine (Facteau)
Betters.
She was a member of St.
Joseph’s Church of Fort Edward,
a member of the Gold Star
Mothers of Glens Falls and a
member of the American Legion
Auxiliary.
Her husband, Thomas Shelley,
and a son, Andrew Shelley, died
previously.
Survivors include one son,
Thomas Shelley of South Glens
Falls; two daughters, Hazel
Shelley of Fort Edward and Mrs.
John (Phyllis) Quackenbush of
Schenectady; two brothers, Leo
Betters of Dannemora and
William Betters of Albany; and
two sisters, Julia Furman of
Glens Falls and Anna Fournter of
Moriah.
A funeral service will be held
at 10 a.m. today at St. Joseph’s
Church, Fort Edward, where a
mass of Christian burial will be
celebrated.
Burial will be in St. Joseph’s
Cemetery, Fort Edward.
Memorial donations may be
made to the Fort Edward Rescue
Squad.

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Josephine Facteau

Daily Press Saturday, December 30, 1939

Mrs Betters to be buried today

Funeral services -for the late Mrs.
Josephine Facteau Betters, who
passed away Wednesday at her
home in the town of Saranac, will
be held from St. Joseph’s church,
Dannemora, this morning a t 10:15.
Interment will he in St. Joseph’s
cemetery.
•Mrs. Betters was born at Saranac.
N. Y., Sept. 27, 1873 and had
been a lifelong resident of that area.
She is survived by eight children,
Perley Betters of Utica, Henry, of
Saranac, Mrs. Ida Thompson of
Dannemora, Mrs, Mary Shelley of
Fort Edward, Mrs. Julia Furman
of Washington, D. C , William Betters
of Saranac Lake,-Leo Betters
of Dannemora, and Mrs. Anna
Fournier of Moriah. Her father,
Andrew Facteau, two brothers,
Joseph and Frank Facteau of Saranac,
two sisters, Mrs. Rose Champagne
of Plattsburgh and Mrs.
Louise LaFord of Athol, Mass., a l so
survive, together with 13 grandchildren
and several nieces and
nephews.

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Rose Facto (Facteau)

PLATTSBURGH PRESS-REPUBLICAN —MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1965
Mrs. Rose A. Champagne, widow
of the late John Champagne,
died in the Sacred Heart
Nursing Home in Plattsburgh.
early Sunday morning after a
long illness. Mrs. Champagne
was born in Saranac. June 30,
1878. daughter of the late Andrew
and Julia Drolet Facto.
She has made her home in
Plattsburgh most of her life.
She is survived by six sons:
John Champagne, of Albany;
Frederick Champagne, West
Palm Beach. Fla ; and Leo,
Dennis, Francis and William
Champagne all of Plattsburgh
Also surviving are 11 grand-
children, 15 great-grandchildren
and one brother, Joseph Facto
of Plattsburgh.
Mrs. Champagne was a member
of the Gold Star Mothers,
, Altar-Rosary Society of Ouri
Lady of Victory Church and St.
Peter’s Church, and the Auxiliary
of St. Jean D’Baptiste.
The body is at the Brown Funeral
Home where friends may
call between the hours of 2 to 4
and 7 to 9. Funeral Mass will be
sung at Our Lady of Victory
Church Tuesday morning at 9
a.m. Burial will be in St. Peter’s
Cemetery.

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Andrew Champagne

PRESS-REPUBLICAN —FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1963
Andrew Champagne, 64,
Dies of Heart Attack

Andrew Champagne, 64, of 10
Goff Ave., died Thursday morning
of. a heart attack suffered
on the job at the Imperial
Paper Co., where he has worked
for 20 years as a machine operator.
He was born in Plattsburgh
March 9, 1899, the son of John
and Rose (Facteau) Champagne.
He is survived by his mother,
who lives in Plattsburgh; his
wife, the former Lucille Senecal;
two sons, Andrew Jr. of
Plattsburgh and Donald of Glens
Falls; six brothers, John of Albany,
Fred of West Palm Beach,
Fla., William of Santa Rose,
Calif., and Francis, Leo and
Dennis of Plattsburgh, and two
grandchildren. Another brother,
Wesley, died in World War II.
Mr. Champagne was a veteran
of World War I and a
member of American Legion
Post 20. His fellow members will
meet at the Legion Home Friday
at 7 p.m. to pay their respects.
The body is at the Brown
Funeral Home where calling
hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday at 11 a.m. at St.
Peter’s Church. The body will
be placed in the vault at the
parish cemetery to await burial
in the spring.

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Leo W. Champagne

Press Republican Sept. 7, 1992
Leo W. Champagne
PLATTSBURGH – Leo W.
Champagne of Leonard Avenue
died Saturday, Sept. 5, 1992, at
CVPH Medical Center.
He was born in Plattsburgh
Jan 29, 1914, the son of John
and Rose (Facteau) Champagne.
He retired in 1973 from New
York Telephone Co., where he
was an engineer. He was a
member of the Telephone Pioneers
of America, the Benevolent
and Protective Order of the Elks
Plattsburgh Lodge 621, and St.
John’s Church.
His first wi-fe, Gertrude
Champagne, died July 24, 1980.
Survivors include his wife, the
former Gladys Smart; two sons
and their wives, John and
G e o r g i a C h a m p a g n e of
Pmighkeepsie and Paul and Penny
Champagne of Plattsburgh;
one daughter, Mrs. Ronald (JeanK
Failor of Woodbridge, Va.; a
stepson and his wife, Ronald and
Chris Smart of Northport, Fla.; a
brother and his wife, Francis and
Helen Champagne of West Palm
Beach, Fla.; nine grandchildren;
nine great-grandchildren; and
several nieces and nephews.
Calling hours will be Tuesday
from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.
at Brown Funeral Home, 29
Broad St., Plattsburgh. Members
of the Plattsburgh Lodge of Elks
621 are meeting Tuesday at 7
p.m. at the funeral home for services.
A Mass of Christian burial
will be celebrated Wednesday at
11 a.m. at St. John’s Church.
Burial will follow in the family
plot at St. Peter’s Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be
made to the Heart Fund.

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Dennies Robert Champagne

Press-Republican— Tuesday, April 29, 1975

Dennis R. Champagne
PLATTSBURGH — Dennis R.
Champagnef 55, of Point au Roche
was dead on arrival at the CVPH
Medical Center Monday afternoon.
He had been taken ill at his home.
He was born in Plattsburgh Dec.
2, 1919, the son of John and Rose
(Facteau) Champagne. He has
made his home in Plattsburgh all of
his life, and was a correction officer
at the Dannemora prison for
over 20 years. He was a veteran of
World War II.
– He is survived by his wife, the
former Moina Dewey; one daughter,
Mrs. John (Donna) Rahn of
Fort Hood, Texas; two grandchildren;
and two brothers, Leo
Champagne of Piattsburgh and
Francis Champagne of West Palm
Beach, Fla.
Friends may call at the Brown
Funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9
p.m. Wednesday. The funeral Mass
is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Thursday
at Our Lady of Victory Church.
Burial will be in Mount Carmel
Cemetery.

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FRANK CHAMPAGNE

Daily Press TUES., JUNE 24, 1930

FRANK CHAMPAGNE
DIED ON SATURDAY
Frank Champagne, 61, of 28 United
States Avenue, a native of this
city, died at the Physicians Hospital
here on Saturday morning at about
eight o’clock. He had been ill for
.some time.
Surviving Mr. Champagne are his
widow, a daughter Mrs. W.. Dashiell,
a son David Champagne, his
mother Mrs. Mary Champagne and
a brother John Champagne, all of
Plattsburgh besides two sisters, Mrs
Celia Foster of Plattsburgh and
Mrs. W. A. Butler of Port Des
Moines, Iowa.
Funeral services will be held this
morning at nine o’clock at Our
Lady of Victory church. Burial
will be in St. Peter’s cemetery.

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John Champagne

Daily Press MON., AUG. 15, 1932
JOHN CHAMPAGNE, 62,
DIES VERY SUDDENLY!
John Champagne, for thirtyeight
years an employee of the Callanan
Family of this city, died
suddenly at about ten o’clock on
Saturday night. He was in the 62nd
year of his age.
Mr. Champagne was a member of
the St. John the Baptist Associa-
tion and a communicant of Our
Lady of Victory church.
Surviving Mr. Champagne are
his widow, two sisters, Mrs. Cecelia
Foster of Plattsburgh and Mrs.
Warren Butler of Atlanta, Ga., and
eight sons, John, Andrew, William,
Francis, Wesley, Leo, Dennis all of
Plattsburgh and Fred of Albany.
The notice of funeral will be announced
later.

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Plattsburgh Press WED., AUG. 17, 1932

JOHN CHAMPAGNE
BURIED YESTERDAY
Funeral Of Plattsburgh Man Was
Largely Attended At Our Lady
Of Victory Church
The funeral of John Champagne
who died suddenly Saturday night
was held from Our Lady of Victory
Church at 9:30 o’clock yesterday
morning and was largely attended
by relatives and friends. A Solemn
requiem high mass was sung by the
pastor, Rev. J. A. Bachand, assist-
ed by deacon and sub-deacon.
The honorary pall bearers, members
of the St. John the Baptist
Association, were Andrew Spinks,
Henry Brault, Edward Jandreau,
Victor Frechette, Alex Fredette and
Austin LaPointe.
The active pall bearers were 1
George Seltzer, Joseph Parrotte,
Daniel Herlihy, Peter Currier, William
Frechette and William Redick.
Burial was in St. Peter’s cemetery.

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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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