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Dec 8, 2016

Newlyweds give wedding flowers to hospital patients in Cooperstown

Before heading to Canada the next day for a few days of celebration, they collected the flower arrangements from their wedding and delivered them to Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown to be given to patients. Ruckert is a third-generation obstetrician and gynecologist in his family’s Rochester medical practice, according to Bassett Healthcare Network. He did his cardiology rotation at the Cooperstown hospital in his fourth year of medical school. “I know from being around a hospital environment that the holiday time frame can be particularly difficult on patients, especially if they expected to be home for the holiday season,” Ruckert said. “Anything we can do to make the day brighter for them while they’re in the hospital we’d like to do. Hopefully this helps put a smile on some patients’ faces, at least for the holiday.” The flower deliveries included nearly two dozen French bouquets with white roses and ranunculus from Renaissance Floral Designs. Bassett Healthcare Network said the flowers “lit up the faces of patients” when they were distributed on the inpatient floors. “We are so grateful to Tad and Anna,” said Laurie Murphy, team leader of hospital guest services. “It was such a thoughtful thing to do and well received by our patients. The flowers bring beauty and some happiness into a setting that can be quite difficult for individuals who are hospitalized for treatment... (WKTV)

Dec 8, 2016

On the Bright Side: Newlyweds use flowers to cheer up Bassett patients

A husband and wife who were wed in Cooperstown over the weekend gave their arrangements to patients at Bassett Medical Center. Anna Politano and Tad Ruckert of Rochester, were married at the Otesaga Resort Hotel in Cooperstown on Saturday, according to Bassett officials. The next day, before leaving for Canada on their honeymoon, Politano and Ruckert collected the two dozen French bouquets from their wedding and delivered them to the Cooperstown hospital to be given to patients. The bride and groom have connections to the medical community, they said, so hospital patients are near to their hearts. Politano's mother, Denine Jacob, is director of compensation and benefits at Bassett. Ruckert is a third-generation obstetrician and gynecologist at his family’s Rochester medical practice, and he did his cardiology rotation at the Cooperstown hospital in his fourth year of medical school. His father, G. Theodore Ruckert IV, completed an internship at Bassett in the late 1960s and is vice president of the Bassett Medical Alumni Association.  “I know from being around a hospital environment that the holiday time frame can be particularly difficult on patients, ... (Oneonta Daily Star)

Feb 3, 2016

West Covina Unified school board appoints 'Brother Love' postal worker Michael Flowers

Among the other candidates were three administrators from nearby districts, including a high school principal from Bassett Unified, an assistant principal from Hacienda La Puente and an assistant principal from Alhambra Unified. (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)

Feb 2, 2016

Central Middle School honor roll

Lynn Zoller. Sixth grade: Austin Gregory Adams, Arianna Leigh Aguilar, Corban Ander Albert, Kiersten Leigh Askam, Brooke Akeyla Banter, Chace Dylan Bassett, Zachery Charles Bean, Lukas Daniel Bender, Jay Botello, Zane Alexander Brockert, Ruthellen Grace Brooks, Nyssa Bina Brown, Kaylynn Marie Bynum, Diego Carranza, Alexis Carrillo Carrillo, Fernando Daniel Carrillo, Michael John Carver, , Michael John Cawiezell, Cael Harlow Chandler-Collison, Eric Chen, Austin Ioan Coca, Caitlyn Olivia Cohn, Jakob Christian Cole, Laura Kate Comstock, Carson Ray Cooper, Lindsey Nicole Cox, Adella Diane Dalbey, Ava N Daufeldt, Kylie Daufeldt, Cristian Tomas de Sa`, Samantha Nicole Diehl, Jayden M Dillie, Jaeden Alexander Downing, Madisyn Elizabeth Dreyer, Nariah Alexandria Einfeldt, Gaven Steven Elliott, Kendra Rae Flores, Allyson Grace Franke, Leah Frantz, Serenity L Freeman, Cecilia Rose Freers, Meadow Mae Freers, Jett Michael Fridley, Emma Lynn Frye, Kaden Brandon Garrett, Tyler Mathew Garrison, Justice Nicole Gatzke, Robert Gomez, Andres Gonzalez, Arlet Gomez Gonzalez, Isaiah James Griffey, Benjamin Gross, Molly Marie Guerra, Ruthie Dawn Marie Haller, Jasmine Rose Hass, Madelyn Heater, Alan Scott Hernandez, Katherine Hernandez, Samuel Robert Paul Hintermeister, Ashtan Adele Hodges, Olivia Kathleen Hoffman, Megan Marie Holliday, Annah Carol Holt, Emmy Sue Holthe, Jaden Houghton, Martaviuz Donte Huber, Courtney Nicole Hull, Serena Rene Isom, Mya Jansen, Karena Josephine Jensen, Lillian Anne Kallenberger, Alexander C Killian, Trenton Michael Kirby, Kadin Ryan Koenig, Keira Kreuzenstein, Corbin Michael Krueger, Gage Michael Lancaster, Abigail Lear, Veronica Giselle Leza, Keaira Marie Lick, Yu Jie Lin, Patrick Charles Loeffler, Blanca Madrigal, Ryan Kai Mandsager, Benjamin Rolando Marquez, Jaime Jose Martinez, Rylee Lynne Mason, Landen Wheeler Dean Mathes, Austin Devin McDaniel, Marcus Derek McDaniel, Johnat... (Muscatine Journal)

Feb 2, 2016

Community News

Courtney Scholtz, Christina Thivierge, Matelyn Thygesen, Brittaney Townsend, Kaitlyn Trottier, Skyler Woodworth. Honors: Jennisa Bannapich, Brieonna Bassette, Svetlana Bell, Jordan Benedini, Gage Bishop, Cannon Blanchard, Jared Blanchard, Jolene Cafarelli, Aurora Carminati-King, Nicole Carrier, Riley Cheney, Alona Clark, Blake Clark, Lexis Coates, Leah Cole, Emily Coletti, Matthew Collins, Carson Corriveau, Brooke Corrow, Gideon Covey, Hunter Covey, Savannah Covey, Tristan Covey, Hunter Day, Syerra Day, Cassidy DeForge, James DeForge, Jacob Descoteaux, Maximus Dexter, Nicholas Donovan, Jayme Ducharme, Michaela Ducharme, Emilie Duff, Eliza Dwinell, Alexa Eaton, Peter Evans, Marcus Fleury, Riley Flowers, Curtis Gauthier, Colby Gingras, Lauren Gingras, Abrianna Gould, Connor Graves, Madasyn Gundry, Emma Lee Hallock, Mariah Hardaker, Alyssa Hatch, Austin Hegarty, Zoey Henry, Samantha Hepsley, Brittany Hood, Cody Hood, Alexus Isham, Kail Johnson, Jordan Jones, Savannah King, Shylah King, Xander Laboudy, Gabriel Lamson, Amanda Lasell, Journi LeClair, Alexander LeFevre, Hannah MacAskill, Kyle MacAskill, Marshall Marineau, Kate Mascitti, Brianna McLaughlin, Jade Mitchell, Alyssa Morande, Emily Noelk, Karla Nowak, Tyler Orton, Autumn Parrott, Thomas Parrott, Jacob Peloquin, Tristan Perreault, Caroline Perry, Abbigail Perusse, Mikaya Potvin, Nathan Poulin, Andrew Proof, Riley Provost, Paige Quintin, Gabriel Ramos, Erin Rivers, Mariah Royea, Derrick Ruel, Cameron Shangraw, Colleen Sheridan, Darion Stone, Ciera Sweet, Amber Sylvester, Ahna Taylor, Benjamin Thygesen, Hunter Townsend, Haley Trottier, Madison Varano, Eve Walka, Rachel White, Timothy Worn. Student News The following area students have been named to the fall 2015 dean’s list at Mount Ida College: Taylor Bellavance, of Wells River; Kaylee Ferris, of Waterbury; Lily Penberthy, of Waterville. Kevin Keene has been named to the dean’s list at Cornell University. He graduated in 2012 from U-32 High School and is a senior in civil engineering. Clarkson University recently announced recipients of endowed, sponsored and Share Clarkson scholarships for the 2015-2016 academic year. They include: Keith D. Martin, of Waterville, a senior majoring in chemical engineering who received the National Starch & Chemical Company Sponsored Scholarship; Bayley B. LeCours, of Barre, a senior majoring in biology who received the Earl L. LaPointe ’22 Memorial Endowed Scholarship; and Flynn Liam Genadio-Allen, of Jeffersonville, a sophomore majoring in civil engineering who received the William J. Rowley Endowed Scholarship. The State University of New York at New Paltz recently released the dean’s list for the fall semester. It includes Peter Walsh, of Morrisville. Lyndon State College recently announced the president’s list recipients for the fall 2015 semester. Among area students are: Ethan Bean, of Barre; Matthew Bean, of Barre; Ashley Doyle, of Groton; Valerie Morse, of Adamant; Andrea Neville, of East Orange; Madeline Olson Morse, of Cabot. The school a... (Barre Montpelier Times Argus)

Dec 30, 2015

Alice (Clara) Seymour

Seymour, Morristown NY; Robert and Judy Seymour, Ogdensburg; John and Renée Seymour, Ogdensburg; Rose and John Gardner, Ogdensburg; Jean and Ronald Bassett, Camillus NY; Ann Hanna, Baldwinsville NY; Susan and Paul Duffy, Rouses Point NY; and Rita and James Crowley, Ogdensburg; and Andrew and Meloni Seymour, Plainfield IL. . She considered all of her children’s spouses as her own. Thirty-two grandchildren and twenty-four great-grandchildren were blessed to be held and guided by their “Nanny”, she dearly loved each of them. Clara is survived by one sister, Rose Seymour, sisters-in-law Marie Morley, Ellen Bova, Janet Seymour, Mary Ellen Seymour, Barbara Seymour and brother-in-law William Seymour, and many very special nieces and nephews. She is pre-deceased by her brother, Louis Seguin and in-laws James, Thomas and David Seymour, William Morley, Thomas and Anna DuPré, Herman Bova, Sylvia Seguin and her son-in-law Gregory Hanna. Clara was born on May 25, 1925 in Ogdensburg, the daughter of Clarence and Mary (Burns) Seguin. She graduated from Saint Mary’s Academy in 1943 and attended the Wallace Secretarial School. She married Robert W. Seymour on January 10, 1946 at Saint Mary’s Cathedral in the presence of Reverend Clarence Devan. James and Rose Seymour, his brother and her sister, attended the couple. Clara was a devout Catholic and active in many ministries at Saint Mary’s Cathedral. It was fitting that she went to her heavenly home on the Feast of the Holy Family. Her children, family and friends were so blessed to call her as their mother, Nanny, Clara. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to St. Joseph’s Nursing Home; 950 Linden Street; Ogdensburg, NY 13669. Condolences can also be shared online at www.foxandmurrayfuneralhome.com. (WatertownDailyTimes.com)