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Apr 22, 2016

Bernard L. Kirch

Bernard worked in numerous jobs, and eventually began an approximate 40-year career in the paper industry, retiring from the Brownville Specialty Paper Company in 1996. As a gifted wood worker and craftsman, Bernard especially took pride in the construction of the log cabin that he personally built as their home after he retired in 1996. He also loved to hunt and fish and enjoyed the outdoors. Bernard thoroughly enjoyed his extended family and always welcomed people to his home. Surviving in addition to his loving wife, Carol, of 57+ years, are his five children, Leonard (Maria) Kirch of Vallejo, CA, Karen (James Jr.) Clagett of Valdosta, GA, Terrie (William) Massaro of Baldwinsville, NY, Jerry (Kathleen) Kirch of Rutland, NY, and Susan Kirch and companion Neal Corey of Copenhagen, NY; eight grandchildren (Branden, Cassandra, James III, Ashten, Gretchen, Tyler, Lawrence, & Marina); seven brothers and sisters, Mary Jane Becraft of Chaumont, Dewey (Betty) Kirch of Carthage, Doris Reed of Chaumont, Beverly (James) Robbins, Barbara (Ron) Smith, Claude (Judy) Kirch, and David (Marlene) Kirch, all of Dexter, NY, and many nieces and nephews. Preceding him in death was his grandson, Daniel Massaro, and a brother, Wilbert Kirch. Calling hours will be held Sunday, April 24, 2016, from 2-5:00 PM at the Scanlon Funeral Home, 9791 Main Street, Croghan, NY, 13327. A Graveside Service will be held on Monday, April 25, 2016, at 11:00 AM in Fairview Cemetery in Rodman, NY, (just off NY State Route 177). In lieu of flowers and in his memory, contributions may be made to The Lowville Food Pantry, 7646 Forest Ave., Lowville, NY, 13367, or your local Fire/Rescue or Ambulance organization. To view Berna... (WatertownDailyTimes.com)

Feb 3, 2016

PROPERTY SALES

Village of Theresa: 0.28 acres, Mill Street, Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Washington, D.C., sold to Robert L. Moyer, Watertown $37,800 Town of Brownville: 207.39 acres more or less, Jeffrey Arthur Adams, Manhattan, Kan., as executor of Raymond A. Adams estate, sold to Reginald J. Schweitzer Jr., Chaumont $165,000 Town of Ellisburg: 0.161 acres, Cedar Drive, Irene A. Dishaw and Robert D. Dishaw, Brewerton, sold to Robert Jenkins and Elizabeth Nancy Jenkins, Orlando, Fla. $80,000 The following property sales were recorded in the Jefferson County clerk’s office Jan. 4, 2016: Village of Antwerp: 0.49 acres, Philadelphia Road, Susan A. Gardner, Watertown, and Terry L. Gardner, Bunnell, Fla., sold to Linda Hurteau, Ogdensburg $25,000 Village of Adams: No acreage listed, 18 Grange Ave., Anthony M. Neddo, Watertown, as referee for Jason B. LaForty and Eva M. LaForty, sold to U.S. Bank N.A. as trustee for LSF8 Master Participation Trust, Irvine, Calif. $129,000 Town of Henderson: No acreage listed, 12753 County Route 123, Henderson Harbor, Susan Shea, Rochester, as executor of Norma E. Navik estate, sold to Roy Navik, Lakewood, Colo. $54,500 Village of Sackets Harbor: 0.206 acres, Ambrose Street, Ronald Bacorn and Marlis C. Bacorn, New Port Richey, Fla., sold to Justin Wood, Watertown $129,500 Town of Theresa: 10.34 acres, Wilson Road, Edward G. Brown, Russell G. Brown and Scott K. Brown, all of Theresa, as trustees of testamentary trust of Kenneth A. Brown for the benefit of Virginia H. Brown, sold to Land of Lakes Holdings LLC, Theresa $300,000 City of Watertown: No acreage listed, Flower Avenue West, Robert Gefell, Watertown, sold to Rande S. Richardson, Watertown $140,530 Town of Clayton: No acreage listed, Clayton-Cape Vincent Highway, Patricia R. Hill, Clayton, sold to Michael S. Bertrand and Kristine A. Royka, Poughkeepsie $146,000 Town of Watertown: 3.869 acres, Freeman Creek Road, John L. Schunke III, Shallotte, N.C., sold to Michael J. Orloff and Megan M. Orloff, Rodman $157,000 Town of Ellisburg: Five parcels, 84.21 acres, Benton Road, Randy C. Eastman, Lacona, and Charlene F. Eastman, Henderson, sold to Titus Peachey and Esther Peachey, Mannsville $180,000 ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY The following property sales were recorded in the St. Lawrence County clerk’s office Dec. 16, 2015: Town of Stockholm: Parcel 1) 1.30 acres more or less, parcel 2) 13.5 acres more or less, Mile Square 52, Patrick M. and Sheila J. Kilcoyne, Brasher Falls, sold to Robert C. and Rebecca R. Sterling, Champlain $75,000 Town of Potsdam: Unknown acres, Lot 36, bounded by Riverside Cemetery, Matthew L. and Noelle M. Stock, Colorado Springs, Colo., sold to Mohammad Akhtaruzzaman and Momota Zaman, Potsdam $240,000 The following property sales were recorded in the St. Lawrence County clerk’s office Dec. 17, 2015: City of Ogdensburg: Unknown acres, Lot 3, Block 1, Philip J. Arno (executor), William F. Gokey, Ogdensburg, sold to Patrick Regan, Ogdensburg $35,000 City of Ogdensburg: Unknown acres, Block 15, bounded by Main Street and New York Avenue, Scott B. Springstead, Ogdensburg, sold to Addow, LLC, Manilus $60,000 City of Ogdensburg: Unknown acres, Lot 4, Block 77, bounded by Water Street and Mechanic Street, Lori L. Lumbard, Ogdensburg, sold to Destina L. Cunningham, Ogdensburg $50,000 Town of Hermon: Parcel 1) Unknown acres, Parcel 2) 106.17 acres more or less, Lot 17, bounded by Trout Lake Road, Robert A. and Ester F. McIntosh, Edwards, sold to Neal C. and Carol A. Rose, Hermon $154,000 Town of Massena: Unknown acres, Lot 19 and Lot 20, bounded by Cornell Avenue, Eric L. Crump and Kelly R. Woods, Plattsburgh, sold to Shawn C. Guest,... (WatertownDailyTimes.com)

Feb 2, 2016

Purwilla “Pug” M. Weideman

Watertown in 1950. Upon returning to Watertown she worked part time at the Watertown Roller Rink until 1959 when the couple moved to Brownville. Pug worked for the General Brown Central School district for almost 30 years. Starting in 1964, she was a lunch room cashier and monitor at the Brownville Elementary School and then joined the custodial staff at the General Brown High School in 1977 where she was a favorite of both teachers and students. She finally retired in 1993. For more than 15 years, she was the director of the Village of Brownville playground program where she became the daytime “Mom” for more than 60 village kids every day for six weeks during summer breaks. Pug was also known for her many cake creations that graced local weddings, showers, birthday parties, and other special occasions. Her other interests included arts and crafts and painting. She moved to Potsdam in 1994 and resided with her daughter, Rebecca, until her death. She is survived by two daughters and their husbands, Patricia Weideman and John Graefe, Newmarket, NH and Rebecca and Michael Dufour, Potsdam; two sisters, Myrtle Benway of Watertown and Katherine Burke of Greece, NY; two brothers, Timothy Canaan of Watertown and Perley Canaan of Dewitt, IA. Besides her parents she was predeceased by her husband, Eugene E. Weideman on November 16, 1979 and 11 siblings: Eleanor(Pat) Callahan, Emma LaCroix, Bernice Wilson, Opal Canaan, Julia Peck, Eunice Jeffers, Francis Canaan, and Gerald Canaan; Kenneth, Dorothy, and Patricia all died in infancy. She is also survived by Tana Rojas and Alberto Solervicens, her American Field Service daughter and her husband, of Chillan, Chile. Tana lived with the Weideman family in 1968-1969 and has returned to visit her American family numerous times, much to Pug’s delight. In lie... (WatertownDailyTimes.com)

Dec 30, 2015

Donald K. Anderson

Anderson, he graduated from Hounsfield Central School in 1961. He married Patsy Wood of Dexter and formerly of Glenfield on August 24, 1963 at the Brownville Methodist Church. Mr. Anderson worked for Eastman Kodak Co. in Rochester for a couple of years before attending SUNY Brockport. Following school he received various certificates and licenses in the insurance field and worked for several local insurance companies. He retired from North Country Insurance Co. as the manager of the Adjusting Department in 2000. Following his retirement he assisted his wife with the operations of her business A1 Designs formerly known as Jefferson Fire Equipment and Alpha Embroidery. He also worked at the Evans Mills Wal-Mart, Stream and Convergys in Watertown. He was an inactive member of the Adams Center Fire Department and former member of the Dexter and Felts Mills Fire Departments. He was a member of the Lewis County Fire Police Association and Volunteer Fire Police Association of the State of New York. He enjoyed spending time with his family and fixing cars. Among his survivors are his loving wife, Patsy C. Anderson, Watertown; two sons and their wives, Kenneth L. and Wanda E. Anderson, Watertown, Keith and Christina M. Anderson, Felts Mills; two grand children and their spouses, Kenneth L. Anderson Jr. and Brianne, Anna M. Roberts and Aaron; four great grand children, Daphne E. Anderson, Aaron M. Anderson, Trenton L. Anderson Leila Roberts; a brother and sister in law, Robert and Sally Anderson, Victor, NY; two sisters in law, Betty Anderson, Kentucky, Helen Ann Anderson, NC; several nieces and nephews. Two brothers and a sister in law, George E. and wife Marlyn and J. Steven Anderson passed before him. In ... (WatertownDailyTimes.com)