Robert Fremont Glover, son of William & Ann Glover


Robert Fremont Glover, the longtime sextant of the Canaseraga, NY Cemetery,  was the son of William Glover, father of Albert Ross Glover, grandfather of Harold Ross Glover, namesake and great grandfather of Robert H. Glover.  Robert Fremont (Rob) Glover was born May 30, 1856 in the Town of Fremont, Steuben Co., NY, and died suddenly October 9, 1943 at age 87. died Oct 9, 1943.

Local paper, prob Canaseraga Times,Oct 1943:


Robert F. Glover of 49 Crosby street, died suddenly while visiting at the home of his son, Pratt Glover of Grove, Saturday afternoon.  He was born 87 years ago in Fremont, and resided in Canaseraga for 23 years.

Surviving are three sons, Pratt Glover of Grove, Ross Glover of Canaseraga and Alton Glover of Willard; two daughters, Mrs. Lewis Snyder of Miami, Fla., and Mrs. Ellis Schrader with whom he lived; 14 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Larger Parish Church in Canaseraga with the Rev. Frank Karr assisted by the Rev. Gordon Gilbert officiating.  Burial will be at Canaseraga Cemetery.  The body is at the home of Ross Glover in Canaseraga.


Reuben Gates was the father of Mary Gates Glover, the wife of Robert F. Glover


 Reuben P. Gates was born June 22, 1829 in Webster, NY.   Reuben died at age 64 on Nov 23, 1893 after being hit by a freight train and was buried that day at the Canaseraga Cemetery.  His wife was Matilda Gates (1827-Sep 9, 1895).  As far as we know Reuben and Matilda had one child:  Mary L. Gates (1856-1922) who married Robert Fremont Glover.

Undated newspaper (likely Canaseraga Times about Nov 23, 1893) article:

KILLED BY THE CARS:  Reuben Gates Run Over by an Erie Freight 

Just as we go to press the sad news reaches us that Reuben Gates of Burns was struck and instantly killed by an Erie freight train near the depot at that place.  No particulars as yet have been received.


Son of Robert F. Glover


d Oct 27, 1887, Grove, NY, buried Willard State Hospital, with plaque placed in 2006 at Canaseraga Cemetery next to his parents by his nephew H. Ross Glover

Local paper, prob. Canaseraga Times, July 1957:


CANASERAGA, July 16---Word was received Saturday, July 6, of the death of Alton Glover at Willard State Hospital, where he had been a patient for many years.  He was 70 years old and a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glover of Canaseraga.  He is survived by a brother, Ross, of Canaseraga, and a sister, Mrs. Daisy Snyder of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., several nieces and nephews.  Burial took place at Willard.


DASIE PEARL GLOVER SNYDER, daughter of Robert F. Glover

b Oct 22, 1884, Grove, NY, d Feb 16, 1965, Broward General Hospital, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl.  buried Flagler Memorial Park Cemetery, Miami, Fl.

Local paper, prob Canaseraga Times, Feb 23, 1965, saved by Daphne Gelser Glover:


CANASERAGA, Feb 23----Mrs. Daisy Glover Snyder of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, died Tuesday, Feb. 16, after a long illness.  She was 81 years old.  She was the wife of Lewis Snyder.  They were former residents of this area and lived in Springwater for a number of years, where Mr. Snyder had a grocery store.  They had lived in Florida for nearly 40 years.

She is survived by her husband, Lewis Snyder, of Fort Lauderdale; one son, Dayton, of Miami, and two daughters, Mrs. Albert (Doleen) Fausett of Fort Lauderdale and Mrs. James (Geraldine) Leslie of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, and seven grandchildren; one brother, Ross Glover, of Canaseraga, and several nieces and nephews, all of this area.

Funeral and burial took place in Miami Friday.


Husband of Dasie Glover, the daughter of Robert F. Glover:

Charles Lewis (Lewis) Snyder was born June 5, 1886 in Birdsall, NY.  Lewis died Sept 21, 1987 at age 101 at the Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Pine Bluff, Arkansas. 

Genesee Country Express, Oct 1, 1987:


Born June 5, 1886, Died September 21, 1987

Charles Lewis Snyder, 101, of Pine Buff, Ark., a retired grocer, died Monday (Sept. 21, 1987) at the Jefferson Regional Medical Center in Pine Buff.  Born June 5, 1886 in Canaseraga, he was a son of H. Seymour and Julia Root Snyder. He grew up on his grandfather's farm and attended Canaseraga High School. He later owned and operated a hardware store in Canaseraga.  On June 16, 1909, he married Daisy Glover in Springwater, where he operated a retail grocery business. Mrs. Snyder died in 1965. Mr. Snyder moved his family to Pomona, Fla. in 1925 and then of Ocala, Fla., where his children attended high school.  During World War II, he helped build wooden ships in Miami for use in anti-submarine patrol. After the war, he was a cabinetmaker. He married Nina Gilbert, widow of John Gilbert of Canaseraga, on Feb. 15, 1968, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. She died in May of 1974 and in October of that year he moved to Pine Buff to live with his daughter 
and son-in-law, Gerry and James Leslie.  He was a member of First Presbyterian Church and Retired Senior Volunteer Program and was a Mason. 

Other survivors include a son, A. Dayton Snyder of Miami; a stepson, Ezra Gilbert of Canaseraga; another daughter, Doleen Fausett of Oklawaha, Fla.; a step-daughter, Grace Richards of Dansville; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews in and around the Canaseraga area.

Memorial services were held in the First Presbyterian Church, Pine Buff Sept. 23 wi-th the burial Sept. 25 in Miami, Fla. Officiating was Dr. Lawrence A. Wood of the First Presbyterian Church of Miami.  Memorial contributions may be made to the Cemetery Fund, and made payable to Mrs. James W. Leslie, 608 West 20th Ave., Pine Buff, Ark. 71601 or to H. Ross Glover, 7 Van Campen St., Dansville. (GCE, October 1, 1987, p4)

Second wife of Charles Lewis Snyder

May 29, 1974 local paper


CANASERAGA----  Mrs. Nina Gilbert Snyder, 82, of Dansville RD 3, died this morning at Noyes Memorial Hospital.  A native of Canaseraga, she was a member of the Home Bureau and was a member of the Larger Parish Church, of which she was a member for many years. 

She is survived by her husband, Charles of Dansville RD 3; one son Ezra Gilbert of Canaseraga RD 1; one brother, Clarence Bailey of Youngsville, PA; 10 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren.

Friends may call at Mann Funeral Home, Canaseraga, Thursday and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.  A funeral service wil be conducted at Larger Parish Church Saturday at 1 p.m. , followed by burial in Canaseraga Cemetery.  The family requests that contributions be made to the Larger Parish Church Memorial Fund or to the CARE organization.


Husband of Geraldine Snyder, the daughter of Dasie Glover Snyder

Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Thurs, June 28, 2001:

JAMES W. LESLIE, SR., 87, of  Little Rock, formerly of Pine Bluff, died June 26, 2001.  A native of  Warren, he grew up in Lake Village and Pine Bluff.  He was well known in Arkansas historical circles as the author of several volumes on the state’s history and contributed numerous articles on the subject to historical publications.  His most recent publication was in 
“Arkansas Biography: A Collection of Notable Lives.”  He was a member of the Arkansas Historical Society and had received 
the organization’s Lifetime Recognition Award.  He was also active in volunteer work.  In 1994, he received the Rev. William Sherman Smothers Service Award from Jefferson County’s Neighbor-to-Neighbor organization.  He was the retired owner of Leslie Brokerage Company.  He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the Army Air Corps.  He also served for many years in the Air Force Reserve, retiring as a Lt. Colonel.  He received his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Business Administration from University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.  Currently a member of Grace Presbyterian Church at Little Rock, he was for more than 50 years a member of First Presbyterian Church at Pine Bluff as both an elder and deacon.

Survivors include his wife of 55 years, Gerry Leslie of Little Rock; two sons, James W. Leslie, JR. and his wife Leslye, of Tulsa, Okla., and Lewis Leslie and his wife, Susan, of Little Rock; a brother, Charles Leslie and his wife, Zelda of Bloomington, Ind.; and several nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, send memorials to Vera Lloyd Presbyterian Home and Family Services, 1501 N. University, Little Rock, Ark. 72207.  A memorial gathering will be held Friday, June 29, 2001, at 10:30a.m. in Grace Presbyterian Church, 9301 N. Rodney Parham, Little Rock  72227, with Reverend Debbie Freeman and Reverend Jim Freeman officiating.  Burial will be at Arkansas Veterans Memorial Cemetery.  The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. today (Thursday) at Griffin Leggett Healey & Roth, 5800 West 12th St., Little Rock, 661-9111.


THELMA GLOVER SCHRADER—daughter of Robert F. Glover, sister of A. Ross Glover

b Apr 27, 1901, d June 11, 1956

June 19, 1956 clipping from local paper saved by Daphne Gelser Glover


CANASERAGA, June 19---Mrs. Ellis Glover Schrader of Canaseraga, died unexpectedly June 11 at St. James Mercy Hospital in Hornell.  She was 55 years old.  She was assistant librarian  at St. James Mercy Hospital for four years, 
retiring last week.  Mrs. Schrader died about an hour after being admitted to the hospital.  A former resident of Garwood, she lived in Hornell since 1918.  She was past matron of Ivanhoe Chapter No. 160, Order of the Eastern Star. 

She is survived by her husband, Ellis A. Schrader; a daughter, Mrs. Joseph D’Agostino, of Hornell; a son, Kenneth R., of Hornell; a sister, Mrs. Louis Snyder of Miami, Fla.; two brothers, Ross Glover and Alton Glover, both of Canaseraga, and two grandchildren.

 The body was taken to the family home, where Ivanhoe chapter O.E.S. held a service Wednesday. The funeral was held Thursday from Park Methodist Church in Hornell.  Reve. Carlyle Smith, pastor, officiated.  Burial was in Canaseraga cemetery.



Son of Robert F. Glover, father of H. Ross Glover, grandfather of Robert H. Glover

Genesee Country Express, Oct 31, 1968

b Sep 25, 1892, Grove, NY; d. Oct 30, 1968


A. Ross Glover, 76, of Swain died in the King’s Manor Nursing Home, Warsaw, yesterday (Oct. 30, 1968). He was the father of H. Ross Glover of Dansville.

Also surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Onnolee Paine of Garwood, Mrs. Dorothy Baker of Henrietta, Mrs. Leola Chasey and Mrs. Audrey McCall both of Nunda and Mrs. Georgianna Scheithauser of Marion, O.; 15 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

Friends may call at the Mann Funeral Home in Canaseraga. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. (GCE, October 31, 1968, p14)


The Nunda News, Nov 7, 1968:


CANASERAGA, Nov. 4---Albert Ross Glover, 76, of Swain, died Wednesday, Oct. 30, after a lingering illness at the King Manor Nursing Home in Warsaw, where he had been a patient for about two weeks.  He was born in the Town of Grove and lived in this area all of his life.  He was married to the former Daphne Gelser, who preceded him in death in December, 1965.  He was a retired employee of the Town of Burns and the Village of Canaseraga.  He was a member of the Canaseraga Grange and the Canaseraga Volunteer Fire Company.  

Survivors include one son, H. Ross Glover of Dansville; five daughters, Mrs. James (Dorothy) Baker of Henrietta; Mrs. Howard 
(Leola) Chasey and Mrs. James (Audrey) McColl, both of Nunda; and Mrs. Harry (Georgianna) Scheithauer of Marion, Ohio; 15 grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Funeral services were held Saturday at the Mann Funeral Home with Rev. Edwin Eldredge of Hornell officiating.  Burial was in the Canaseraga Cemetery.


The Rochester Times-union, Oct 31, 1968


SWAIN---A. Ross Glover, 76, of Swain, retired commissioner of the streets and water department for the village of Canaseraga, died yesterday (Oct. 30, 1968) in King’s Manor Nursing Home in Warsaw.

Survivors include one son, H. Ross Glover of Dansville; five daughters, Mrs. James (Dorothy) Baker of Henrietta; Mrs. Howard 
(Leola) Chasey and Mrs. James (Audrey) McColl, both of Nunda; and Mrs. Harry (Georgianna) Scheithauer of Marion, Ohio; 15 grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Funeral services were held Saturday at the Mann Funeral Home with Rev. Edwin Eldredge of Hornell officiating.  Burial was in the Canaseraga Cemetery.


Wife of A. Ross Glover, mother of H. Ross Glover, grandmother of Robert H. Glover

b Feb 24, 1985; d Dec 14, 1965

The Nunda Times, Dec 20, 1965



CANASERAGA, Dec. 20---Mrs. Daphne B. Gelser Glover of Swain died last Tuesday, Dec. 14, in Bethesda Hospital, North Hornell.  She was 70 years old and a daughter of the late Addie Cobin and Albert Gelser.  She was born in Grove and had lived in this area all of her life.  She was a charter member of the Canaseraga American Legion Auxiliary, a member of the Canaseraga Grange and a past treasurer of the Canaseraga Fireman’s Auxiliary.  She had been a correspondent for the Nunda News.

Survivors include her husband, Ross Glover; six children, Mrs. James (Onnolee) Paine of Canaseraga R.D., Mrs. James (Dorothy) Baker of  Henrietta, Mrs. Howard (Leola) Chasey and Mrs. I. James (Audrey) McColl, both of Nunda and Mrs. Harry (Georgianna) Scheithauer of Cleveland, Ohio, and Harold Glover of Dansville.  Another son, Ronald F. Glover, met accidental death in Kansas in 1955.  She is also survived by five sisters, Mrs. Agnes Sullivan of Nunda, Miss Martha Gelser of Birdsall, Mrs. Mildred Crane of Lakeville, Mrs. Neva Clancy of Penn Yan, and Mrs. Ethel Beardsley of Nunda; 15 grandchildren, 10 
great-grandchildren, several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Funeral and committal services were in charge of Mann Funeral Home with services held Friday at 2.  Rev. Edwin L. Eldredge, pastor of Garwoods Methodist church, officiated.  American Legion Auxiliary memorial services were held Thursday.  Burial was in the Canaseraga Cemetery.


Wife of Harold Ross Glover; mother of Robert Harold Glover; daughter-in-law of Albert Ross Glover and Daphne Gelser Glover

Genesee Country Express, Sept 14, 2006


 April 4, 1925-September 11, 2006

Corinne Harriet Burger Glover, of Van Campen St., in Dansville, NY, died at  age 81 on September 11, 2006, in Highland Hospital in Rochester after a short illness.  Corinne was  born in Bethesda Hospital in Hornell, on April 4, 1925, a daughter of Carl Leo and Adelia Bentley Burger of South Dansville.  On December 31, 1945, she was married at the home of Rev. Robert H. McKee of Dansville, to Harold Ross Glover of Canaseraga.  At  their 60th Wedding Anniversary party in Dansville on December 26, 2005, Mr.Glover noted, his wife wrote him a letter every day for almost 3 years while he served overseas during World War  II.  Predeceasing Corinne in addition to her parents were her brothers, Wilbur “Bill” Burger and Lyle Burger. 
Corinne grew up in South Dansville and graduated from Dansville High School in 1943.  She enjoyed gardening and in her earlier years was an accomplished bowler.  She also enjoyed going for drives in the country with her husband Ross.  In their early years he would impress her by bucking snow drifts with his Model A Ford.  In their immaculate home, she chronicled her love and growth of her family in volumes of scrap books, and covered the walls and furniture tops with pictures of her children and extended family.  She enjoyed jigsaw puzzles and had an extensive collection of salt and pepper shakers, 
including some inherited from her mother-in-law, others were brought to her by friends and family from around the country.

Surviving in addition to her husband of over 60 years H. Ross Glover, are two sons; Robert Glover and his wife Shelly of Sleepy Hollow, Donald Glover of Derby, and his fiancee Donna Fischer of Orchard Park.  Five grandsons, Mark Glover of Hornell, Matt Glover of Fairport, Michael Glover of Buffalo, Daniel Glover of Angola, and Chris Glover of New York City.  A sister Doris Burger Smalt, and her husband Larry of Dansville, and many nieces  and nephews. 

Friends will be received on Thursday from 2 -4  pm and 6 - 9 pm at the Hindle Funeral Home, 271 Main Street, Dansville.  A  funeral service will be held Friday at 11:00 am in the Dansville United Methodist Church, 5 Chestnut Ave., with the Rev. James W.Stevens and the Rev. David Hotchkiss officiating.  Internment will be in Rogersville Forest Lawn Cemetery, South Dansville, where her brothers, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, and great-great-grandparents are also interred.
Contributions may be made to the Forest Lawn Cemetery Association, c/o 8971 County Route 46, Arkport, NY 14807, or the Daniel Goho Post #87 of the American Legion, Attn. finance officer, PO Box 306, Dansville, NY  14437.


RONNIE GLOVER—son of Albert Ross Glover and Daphne Gelser Glover

Ronnie was born January 7, 1935 in Canaseraga, Allegany Co., N.Y per his U.S. Air Force discharge papers (Jana maintains he was the only sibling born in a hospital and in Hornell).  He died at the age of 21 on March 30, 1956 in Topeka, Kansas.

H. Ross Glover recalls his little brother’s burial service at the Canaseraga  Cemetery:

Jack Hughes was a good friend of Dad’s.  He owned the Canaseraga Inn right across the street from their apartment. Well he was a WWII Air Force pilot and a member of the national guard out of Niagara Falls.  He asked Dad if he wanted a ceremonial flyover of jets for the burial service.   Dad kinda thought he was crazy and finally said ok to the deal after some of us thought it would be good to do if it was  possible at all.  Jack said he would not only arrange it, but he would fly the lead jet.  This all just a day or two before the burial.  At the cemetery the pastor was nervous because he had been told to end his talk at an exact time to coincide with the flyover.  Well nobody quite believed all this would happen in little Canaseraga.  But sure enough, as soon as the pastor closed his bible at the time requested, a formation of jets---with one spot missing to 
signify a lost airman---swooped down just over the pine trees.  It happened so fast Dad said:  “Where’d they go?”   Someone 
jokingly said: “To Florida to turn around.”   Well, a few minutes later they roared by again, causing quite a stir in Canaseraga.  Probably the only time in history that ever happened in that little town.


Daughter of A. Ross Glover

b  Feb 3, 1914, Grove, NY, d. Jan 1, 1987

Genesee Country Express, Jan 8, 1987:


Mrs. Onnolee Paine, 72, of Garwood died Thursday (Jan. 1, 1987) in Rochester General Hospital.  A life resident of the Canaseraga-Garwood area, she was a daughter of Ross and Daphne Glover. She was a former employee at Craig 
Developmental Center in Sonyea.  

Surviving are her husband, James Paine; a daughter, Linda Julien of Springwater; two sons, James Jr. of Columbus, O., and Dale of West Bloomfield; a brother, H. Ross Glover of Dansville; four sisters, Dorothy Baker of Florida, Leola Chasey and Audrey McCall of Nunda and Georgiana Scheithauer of Marion, O.; 12 grandchildren and one great-grand-child; nieces and nephews.

A funeral service was conducted Sunday in the Garwood Methodist Church with arrangements by the Mann Funeral Home in Canaseraga.  Memorial contributions may be made to Camp Good Days and Special Times or the American Heart Association. (GCE, January 8, 1987, p12)


Husband of Audrey Glover, the daughter of Albert Ross Glover and Daphne Gelser Glover


As a longtime community leader, Chief’s death was major news in Nunda.   A feature story, complete with his photo and the photo he took as a 19-year old in 1945 of the atomic bomb test, appeared in the Feb 26, 1998 edition of the Clarion News:
“One of Nunda’s prominent citizens, Ivan James “Chief” McColl, died Feb. 5 after a battle with recurring prostate cancer.
Born Dec 1, 1926, the son of H. Donald McColl, the Nunda chief of police, from whom young James inherited the moniker “Chief.”  An itinerant businessman, Chief devoted more than 50 years of his life to various automotive-related ventures. Chief served 25 years on the Nunda Village Board, which included three 4-year stints as mayor, where he oversaw some landmark public works projects.  As noteworthy as these activities may be, the most momentus events of Chief’s life took place before his twentieth birthday. He had a front row seat as a witness to the greatest man-made destructive events ever to take place on the surface of the planet.  As an aerial photographer in the Army Air Corps, Chief recorded the atom bomb tests conducted in the summer of 1945 in the Pacific.  Chief enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps April 16, 1945 in Rochester, NY.  The front page of a now-yellowed copy of the Nunda News of May 31, 1946 contains a photo of Pvt. McColl along with an 
army press service release saying that he is involved with the tests of the atomic bomb in the Marshall Islands.  McColl’s “…unit is faced with one of the greatest photographic missions yet attempted by the air forces.”Another contemporary photograph shows Chief with his camera literally smoking, shortly after his B-29 returned from an atomic test mission.  Chief apparently could not resist the temptation of smuggling home one souvenir, which remained hidden in a duffel bag and unspoken of until the late 1960s. It is one of the photographs he took:  a mushroom cloud at Bikini Island, showing battleships and destroyers being tossed about like they were flakes of straw in the wind.  In 1947, McColl was discharged and returned home, which was now Geneseo, since Donald McColl had been elected Livingston County Sheriff.  In December, 1947 he married Audrey Glover of Canaseraga.  James found work as a mechanic in Wakley’s garage on Main Street.  Three years later he and Audrey returned to Nunda, where James leased and operated a Kendall Station on State Street.  A son Reverdy was born in 1952.  At this point, documentation of Chief’s career becomes rather complex.  He was a restless man, always eager to try out some new business venture. Until he finally settled on Gibbs Street in Nunda in 1978, Audrey recalls that the family lived in nearly 20 different locations, many in Nunda, but also in Canandaigua, Dansville, and 
Conesus Lake.  Over the next four decades Chief was a Ford salesman at the Tunningley dealership, returned to the Kendall station, formed a partnership selling Kendall motor oil and other automotive products to service stations throughout the region, built the car wash on State Street, opened a snowmobile and lawn & garden shop, moved up the street to the Esso (later Sunoco) garage, sold cars for Jerry Douglass and started his own used car dealership.  Indeed, many of these enterprises were carried on simultaneously. Reverdy recalls a period in the early 1970s when the family operated the Kendall station, the car wash, the snowmobile business and his mother’s fabric shop.  Even with all this activity, Chief still made time for hobbies, which included his study of local Indian lore.  He possessed a great knowledge of archeology.  Chief was also an avid golfer and fisherman, always making one or two walleye treks to Lake Erie each year.  In 1988 Reverdy took over the Sunoco station and garage while Chief moved to his used car lot next door.  However, last year Chief again took charge at the station, operating it from January to June of 1997.  In contrast to his business career, Chief’s career in public service was an outstanding example of stability.  He served continuously on the Nunda Village Board from 1960 until 1984.  In 1963 he defeated incumbent Mayor Ken Willard (who was later a state senator).  As mayor, Chief was the prime mover behind a major public works project which replaced the village’s primitive spring-fed water tanks with an impoundment reservoir and filtration plant, and revamped the water mains throughout the village, finally providing a connection for every household. In a third term as mayor on the 1970s, Chief led the movement to build the village sanitary sewer system, freeing the community from what were becoming increasingly unhealthful septic systems.  Also during this decade, Chief helped bring about the expansion of the Nunda Fire Department, with new equipment and the larger facility behind Village Hall.  Audrey recalls, “Whenever they made Chief mayor, you knew something big was about to happen.”


Husband of Dorothy Glover, the daughter of A. Ross Glover

Hornell Evening Tribune, Nov 19, 1996


NUNDA---James A. Baker, 84, died Monday, Nov. 18, 1996.  He was born Oct. 5, 1912 to LeRoy and Carrie Baker of Wayland.  He was an avid hunter, fisherman and golfer.

He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; one son, Sidney; one daughter, Ellen (Clark) Rath of Waterport; one step-son Richard (Betty) Beardsley of Nunda; ten grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; three step-great-grandchildren; one sister, Edna Fraboni of Watkinds Glen.

Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. ad 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Mann Funeral Home in Nunda.  Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m.  Thursday at the funeral home with Rev. Christine Baker officiating. 
Internment will be in Oakland Hill Cemetery in the town of Portage.