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Warren G. “Bim” Cardinell 01/30/2012

January 31st, 2012 34 comments

Warren G. "Bim" CardinellWarren G. “Bim” Cardinell

Warren Cardinell, 57, of DeKalb Junction, died, January 30, 2012, at Canton Potsdam Hospital, Allen-Denesha Funeral Home, DeKalb Junction, entrusted with arrangements. Calling hours will be Saturday, February 4th, 1 -3 PM, at the funeral home, the funeral service is private and Reverend William Hart will be officiating. Warren is survived by his wife Peggy, mother Myrtle Cardinell, Gouverneur, sons, Warren G. Cardinell II, DeKalb, Troy Cardinell, Canton, Holden Cardinell at home, daughter, Tasha Hamilton, Rensselaer Falls, brothers, Francis “Butch” (Christine) Cardinell, Rochester, Robert Cardinell Sr. and Edward (Zelphia) Cardinell, Gouverneur, sisters Betty (Jerry) Cox, Dianna (Paul) Shepardson, Rowena (Jerry) Cameron, Gouverneur, Brenda (Ray) Maher, PA, 5 grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by sisters, Beulah and Patricia Cardinell, and Roxanne Kirkpatrick. Warren was born February 23, 1954 in Ogdensburg, the son of Francis and Myrtle Hemingway Cardinell. He was a laborer for Laborers Local 322 in Massena. He married Peggy Brown on July 16, 1988 in Canton. Bim loved to hunt, fish, cook, garden, bowl, go camping, play cards, be outdoors, farming, playing softball and Karaoke. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Sarcoma Foundation of America.

Sylvia L. Spadaccini 01/17/2012

January 18th, 2012 13 comments

Sylvia SpadacciniSYLVIA L. SPADACCINI
Sylvia L. Spadaccini, 71, of DeKalb Junction, died at home, January 17, 2012, Allen-Denesha Funeral Home, DeKalb Junction, entrusted with arrangements. A funeral service will be at the funeral home, Saturday, January 21st, 1:00 PM with Father Doug Lucia and Reverend William Hart officiating. Burial will be in the spring at the Union Cemetery, DeKalb Junction. Sylvia is survived by her husband James, sons, Joseph (Jodie) Spadaccini, Canton, Tomme (Michelle) Spadaccini, Vernon, CT, brothers, Schuyler (Karen) Bush, Sterling (Dawn) Bush, Stewart (Doreen) Bush, all of Florida, grand children, Anthony, Shawn, Jason and Matthew Spadaccini, several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased a sister, Sharon Robinson. Sylvia was born November 28, 1940 in Gouverneur, the daughter of Merrill and Lida M. Weaver Bush. She graduated from Hermon DeKalb Central School in 1958 and the Watertown Business School. She married James C. Spadaccini on May 14, 1960 at St. Henry’s Church, DeKalb Junction. She was a billing clerk at E.J. Noble Hospital, Gouverneur. She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star in Richville, and enjoyed going for rides, and listening to country western music. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the American Diabetes Association or the American Heart Association.

American Diabetes Association


American Heart Association

William J. Walton Jr. “Willie, Sonny, Bill” 01/11/2012

January 11th, 2012 12 comments

William WaltonWILLIAM J. WALTON JR. “WILLIE, SONNY, BILL”
William J. Walton Jr., 72, died at home with family, friends, and his beloved Jake, under the care of Hospice, January 11, 2012, Allen-Denesha Funeral Home, DeKalb Junction, entrusted with arrangements. Burial will be in the spring at the convenience of the family in Spragueville Cemetery. William is survived by, his wife of 28 years, Bonnie, sons, Russ (Kathy) Walton, Penneville, Timothy (Joni) Walton, Syracuse, daughter, Marcy Mareno and husband, Syracuse, stepdaughters, Wanda (Marvin) Garvey, DeKalb Junction, Kim (Scott) Walton, Canton, Laurie Walton, Utica, a brother, Garry (Sherrill) Walton, Gouverneur, a sister, Kay (Bill) Walton, Canton, 4 grand children, a great grandchild, several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his son William J. Walton III, brothers, Richard, Wallace and Wayne Walton. William was born March 18, 1939 in Richville, the son of William and Velma Phillips Walton Sr.. William graduated from Gouverneur High School in 1958; he was the first Electrical Apprentice in New York State. He worked at St. Joe for 20 years, then he drove tractor trailer for local companies. He was an independent driver until his retirement in the early 90’s. He enjoyed driving, hunting, fishing, camping, playing cards, party poker and was a skilled marksman. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the

American Heart AssociationHospice and Palliative Care of St. Lawrence Valley 

Hospice and Palliative Care of St. Lawrence Valley