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Thursday, August 17, 2017
Friday, August 11, 2017
Obituary for Donald Vincent DeLaVergne - Donald Vincent DeLaVergne, 90, of Leicester passed away on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at the Livingston County Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Mt. Morris where he had been residing. Donald was born in Pavilion, NY on May 11, 1927 a son of the late Judd Henry and Cornelia (VanCise) DeLaVergne. Don was a graduate of Pavilion Central High School. He was a self-employed farmer and retired as a heavy equipment operator for Retsof Salt Mine. He was an active member of the Covington United Methodist Church in Covington where he was a member of the board and was one of the first 20 members of the Geneseo War Museum in Geneseo. He was the former sexton of Mt. Ash Cemetery in Covington. He was a pilot who enjoyed flying his Cessna plane and once flew the famous “Memphis Belle” and loved his pet the late “Tinker”. He is survived by five daughters: Sandra M. (Richard) Konarski of Rochester, Debra R. “Debby” (Fred) VanScott of Rochester, Melinda F.”Mindie ” DeLaVergne of Leicester, Laurel L. “Laurie” (Michael) Hamler Sr. of Leicester and Donna Jo (Glenn) White of Mt. Morris, a brother: Richard (Margaret) DeLaVergne of W. VA., 13 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren along with many nieces and nephews. Along with his parents he is preceded in death by his wife: Amie (DeVinney) DeLaVergne who died on May 8, 2014, and sisters: Vivienne Blanke and Mary Eberly. Family and friends may call from on Friday, August 11th at the Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, LLC. 98 North Main St. in Perry. Services will be held on at the Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, LLC. in Perry. He will be laid to rest in Mt. Ash Cemetery in Covington, New York. Memorial contributions can be made to the Covington United Methodist Church P.O. Box 81 Pavilion, New York 14525.
CHURCH PAINTING DAY: There will be a church wide painting day on beginning at each day. Come for an hour or the day! Please let Duane Beardsley or Pastor Ray know if you are available to help out or would like more information!
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Suzanne of the Comfort Care House is in need of volunteers to man the table at Pike fair the 12th through the 19th. Mostly firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are available please contact them at
BIBLE STUDY: Coming in September ~ Another 6 week Bible study will begin, led by Pastor Ray. Watch for further information to get the details. Hope you can join us!
WALK TO EMMAUS: will take place this fall at Faith UMC in Lancaster, N.Y. The men's walk will be held and the women’s walk will be held . Pastor Ray will be on the clergy team for the women’s walk. You can see him or any other member of the church who has been on the walk for more information.
SHOE BOX INFO - Operation Christmas Child: Back To School Sales have already started...so now is the time to take advantage of the great prices and begin your shopping for our Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Ministry or other ministries that begin again this fall.
CHURCH YARD & RUMMAGE SALE: Summer is quickly flying by and the Fall Rummage Sale will be here before we know it. If you haven’t already done so...now is the time to search through those long forgotten treasures that are taking up space in your closets, attics and basements. It might be just what someone else has been searching for!!! Please have items for the sale to the church by to allow volunteers enough time to organize things for the sale.
NEWSLETTER: The deadline for the September Newsletter is rapidly approaching. Please be thinking ahead if you have information that you want to get into that newsletter. The deadline for information is . Thanks!!!!
Flowers on the Altar will be In Memory of Ronald Bump.
Posted by G. Franklin, Publisher at 12:28 AM
Thursday, August 3, 2017
The Silver Lake Experience is a 4-day Mini Chautauaqua @ $45 per day taking place this year from August 10-13. It's programs and accomodations are put on by the Silver Lake Institute and Asbury Camp & Retreat Center. Register as soon as possible. Check out what is still available at www.silverlakeexperience.org and then Contact us at (585) 237-5262 or email email@example.com. (GAF)
Posted by G. Franklin, Publisher at 3:12 PM
Thursday, July 20, 2017
Thursday, July 13, 2017
FREE TO GOOD HOME: Joan Krause has a 3 foot cactus that is too big for her to take care of anymore and she would like to give it to anyone who would like to have it. Please contact her at 237-2061. You will need to be able to pick it up at her house on 16 Park Ave.
SUMMER SPECIAL MUSIC SCHEDULE: - Flute Duet, - The Kelly/Walek Families. Please let us know if you are (or you know someone) interested in sharing your talent with the congregation over the summer! Thank you...
I have also included the Obituary for Ruby McIntyre. Please keep her family in your prayers!
Ruby M. Long Mcintyre, age 98, died Monday, July 10, 2017 in her home surrounded by her family. Born Sept. 9, 1918 in Newstead, N.Y. (Akron) and later graduated from Akron High School in 1937. She went on to graduate from Buffalo School of Beauty Culture, purchased, owned, and operated Ruby’s Beauty Shop in Hamburg. She married Howard McIntyre in 1949 and happily continued as a farm wife for Mac’s Farms, where she spent many years enjoying, establishing, and watching her husband and children participate in Wyoming County Show events. Ruby was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Perry, always believing in only one God, but many paths to Him. She was a member of Eastern Star, Mutual Friends Club, and a charter member of the Perry Garden Club. An artist, she enjoyed rug hooking, creating her own scenes, dying, and hooking wool hangings. She also delighted in bird watching and squirrel chasing. In her later years, she was an integral part in raising her granddaughter, and until her last breath, always desired to help others before herself. She is survived by a son, David P. McIntyre; a daughter, Peg A. McIntyre; granddaughters, Lindsay (Bonadonna) Shearing and Abbey Bonadonna; great grandchildren, Isaac Shearing, Grace Shearing, Caleb Hutsen, and Addison Hutsen; nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was predeceased by her husband (1973), and siblings, Vernon (Bernice) Long and Doris (Ward) Sievenpiper. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the ever supportive Wyoming County Office for the Aging, 8 Perry Ave., Warsaw, NY. There are no calling hours. Private services to be held at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are being completed by Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, Warsaw. Online condolences at www.robinsonandhackemer.com
Posted by G. Franklin, Publisher at 3:24 PM
Thursday, July 6, 2017
Any food for the Baked Sale can be brought to the church and set on the table in the Narthex from now until the early morning of the baked sale. If the sale has already started then please bring the delicious treats right to the sale! Be sure to tell all your friends, family and neighbors about the sale! Thanks…
Posted by G. Franklin, Publisher at 5:59 PM
Thursday, June 29, 2017
The July/August Newsletter will also be available for pick up in the Narthex on Sunday and online soon. Be sure to check out the information about the Baked Sale on July 8th is the announcements. If you see this before Sunday…don’t forget about the Blood Drive from 1-6 on Saturday.
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Posted by G. Franklin, Publisher at 6:56 PM