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Daun A. Martin-Poole 09/12/2021

September 17th, 2021 No comments

Daun A. Martin-Poole

Daun A. Martin-Poole, 74, of DeKalb Junction, died on September 12, 2021, at the University of Vermont Medical Center. There will be a funeral service on Saturday, October 2, 2021 at 11 am, at the DeKalb Junction United Methodist Church, Pastor Martha Helmer officiating. Due to COVID masks and social distancing are required. Burial will follow in the Union Cemetery, DeKalb.  Daun is survived her husband Gordon Poole, a sister Kay Martin and her husband Dennis Keating of Cleveland Heights, OH, several nephews and nieces. Daun was born on April 22, 1947 in St. Paul, MN, to the late, Wilbert W. and Gertrude Ruth McManigal Martin Jr.  She graduated from Hoover High School in San Diego, CA in 1965, received a Bachelor’s of Science degree at San Diego State University, and received her Ed at Washington State University in Pullman Washington in 1998.  Daun married Gordon Poole on November 20, 2011 at their home, the Reverend William Hart officiating. She was a member of the St Lawrence Valley Kennel Club, was a past secretary, a 34 year member of AA, the secretary of the DeKalb Historical Association, a member of the Masters Gardener’s Club, she volunteered at the DeKalb Junction United Methodist Church and the Cornell Cooperative Extension. She loved baking, gardening, was an avid reader, loved dogs and preformed with her canine friends at dog shows.  Contributions can be made to the St. Lawrence Valley Dog Club, SLVDC, P.O. Box 165, Canton, NY, 13630.

Randy A. St. Denny 09/14/2021

September 16th, 2021 5 comments

Randy A. St. Denny

Randy A. St. Denny, 50, of Rensselaer Falls, died on September 14, 2021. There will be calling hours on Sunday, September 26, 2021 from 2-4 PM, at the funeral home. Due to COVID masks and social distancing are required.  Randy is survived by his parents, Carl and Bonnie (Storie) St.  Denny, brothers, Michael and his wife Barbara St. Denny of Waddington, Scott St. Denny and his partner Jesse Purtz of Rochester, his sister, Sally and her husband Darron Markel of Crary Mills, several nephews, nieces, aunts, uncles and cousins.  Randy was born on December 30, 1970 in Potsdam.   He graduated Canton Central School in 1989. After high school he worked for Minerich of Lexington, KY as a foreman erecting cell towers. He loved the traveling and the places his job took him.  As of late he was a corrections officer for the Gouverneur Correctional Facility. Randy loved woodworking, hunting, fishing, canoeing and being outdoors. His passion was his family and farming In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the food bank of one’s choice.

Daniel R. Creazzo 09/03/2021

September 5th, 2021 13 comments

Daniel R. Creazzo

Daniel R Creazzo, 68, of DeKalb Junction, died on September 3, 2021, at Canton Potsdam Hospital. There will be calling hours on Saturday, September 11, 2021 from 1-3 PM, at the funeral home. Due to COVID masks and social distancing are required.  Dan is survived by his wife Barbara, daughters, Jessie and her husband Robert Wentzel of Hermon, Amanda Rickett of Saranac Lake, a brother, Michael and his wife Cathy Creazzo of Massena, sisters, Christy and husband Norm Lazore of Massena, Julie O’Brien of Massena, Moreen and her husband Brian Biers of Massena, grandchildren, Courtney Holt and fiancée Alex Bush, Kodi Wentzel and his partner Kristi Donnelly, Kasey Wentzel, great grandson, Cohen Bush, several nephews and nieces. He was predeceased by his brother, Andrew Creazzo, sisters, Roxann Montgomery, Catherine Creazzo and Ann Creazzo. Daniel was born on February 14, 1953 in Massena, to the late, Rock and Patricia Mitchell Creazzo.   He graduated from Holy Family High School in 1971, and received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, from Sienna College in 1977.  Dan married Wendy Walker in December 1975, she predeceased him in 1993, and he then married Barbara Perrin on August 20, 1994. Dan was currently a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor for Seaway Valley Prevention Council in Ogdensburg, prior to that he was a case manager for the Transitional Living Service, Ogdensburg, a program director at the Jefferson Rehabilitation Center, Watertown and an administrator at United Helpers, Ogdensburg.  Dan was a DeKalb Richville Fire Commissioner, a member of the DeKalb Hermon Senior Citizen Club and a past member of Massena Moose Lodge 1110.  He loved his dog Stella and his cat Tommy.  He played guitar was a rabid reader, a music fanatic and did family genealogy. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the St. Lawrence Valley SPCA, Potsdam Humane Association or charity of ones choice.