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Wolcott Barbara J. Scott, 90, a resident of Wayne County Nursing Home since 2012 passed away Friday, January 20, 2017. A memorial service will be held Saturday (Jan. 28) 11 am at Farnsworth-Keysor Funeral... (legacy.com)
A private service will be held at a later time at the convenience of the family. Arrangements have been made with Farnsworth-Keysor Funeral Home, North Rose, NY. Beautiful Sydney's Tribute Angel is now part of the Healing Heart Chapel where his timeless ... (www.facebook.com)
There will be no calling hours or services at this time. David was born on March 14, 1929 in Syracuse, a son to the late Benjamin F. and Flossie Spence Stanley. He retired from Verizon, loved playing the guitar, and was very involved in church activities ... (Auburnpub)
North Rose- Janet Elizabeth Eygnor, 82, passed away peacefully on Friday, July 22,2016, at Wayne County Nursing Home. Family and friends may call Saturday (July 30) from 10 am to 12pm at Farnsworth - Keysor Funeral Home, 5025 Main St., N. Rose, where a ... (Watertown Daily Times)
Alyssa “Alice” Hall, of California; seven grandchildren, Charlie, Bill, David, Steve, Genna, Allison, and Aaron; several great-grandchildren, and sister, Isabelle Bonney Knapp, of Red Creek. Arrangements are by Farnsworth-Keysor Funeral Home, North Rose. (Auburnpub)
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