Weldon C. Noble Sr. 12/29/2023

Weldon C. Noble Sr.

Weldon C. Noble Sr., 90, of DeKalb Junction, died on December 29, 2023, at his home surrounded by his loving family.  There will be no services. He will be laid to rest in East DeKalb Cemetery. Weldon is survived by his wife Roxanna, his sons, Weldon and his wife Caroline Noble Jr. of Morristown, Wendell Noble and his partner Amy of Minnesota, Marshall and his wife Sally Noble of Canton, Michael and his wife Kelly Noble of New Hampshire, Dennis Noble of Hermon, his daughter, Dianna Noble of Michigan, his brothers, Neil Noble, and Merle and his wife Dancy Noble of DeKalb, his sister Janice Sibbits of Canton, 9 grandchildren, 13, great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brothers, Morley Noble, Harold Noble, Keith Noble, Glenn Noble, sisters, Viola Noble, Lucy Murdie and Loreen Noble. He was born on April 15,1933, in Canton, the son of the late, Loys Jessie Culbertson Noble. He married Noreen Watson which ended in divorce.  He married Roxanna Goodale on June 25,1994 at their home in DeKalb with Lay Minister Floyd Powell officiating. Weldon was a farmer and worked a Don Cook’s farm in Hermon.    He enjoyed puttering around his home, going to camp and love spending time with his children and grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association or Hospice and Palliative Care of St. Lawrence Valley.


Wayne E. Hurlburt 01/29/2014

Wayne HurlburtWayne E. Hurlburt
Wayne E. Hurlburt, 62, of Lisbon, died on January 29, 2014, at his home. Wayne made a generous gift as an anatomical donor. A celebration of his life will be on Saturday, February 1, 2014, 2:00 PM at the United Methodist Church’s basement in Ogdensburg, Reverend Brian McCormick officiating. Wayne is survived by his wife Patricia “Patty”, a son, Wayne E. Hurlburt Jr., of Owego, daughters, Bonnie and husband Timothy Maslin, of Owego, Brittney J. Hurlburt, of Lisbon, stepchildren, Tirza Swan of Arizona, Joseph and Darci Bouchard of Galesburg, Illinois, Joshua and Amanda Bouchard of Wisconsin, Karetha and Erik Strand of Fort Myers, Florida, brothers, Arthur and wife Rose Hurlburt of Berkshire, Elwin and Anna May Hurlburt of Kanapolis, North Carolina, a sister, Audrey O’Bryan and her fiancé Humphrey Crawley of Cheraw, South Carolina, 16 grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. He was born on January 1, 1952 in Cortland, New York, the son of Arthur and Vivian Ingraham Hurlburt Wayne graduated from high school in Owego, New York in 1970, and then married Verna Sweeney in 1971, she predeceased him. He married Patricia Adkins on July 17, 2010 in Lisbon. Wayne owned and operated Hurlburt Construction in Ogdensburg, and previous to that he was a tool and die maker for Bendix Corp. and Switzer Aircraft. He was a member of Alcoholics Anonymous where he was a legend, helping other people. He loved his animals, farming, constructing buildings, gardening, and restoring things.

William “Bill” B. Knoble 09/23/2013


William Byrne Knoble of De Kalb, NY, and formerly of Chestertown, NY, died suddenly at the age of 67 years on September 23, 2013. For 40 years, Bill was a full-time potter and owner of Red Truck Pottery in Chestertown. During his career he served on the New York State Council of the Arts grants panel, the Town of Chester zoning board, the Chester Public Library board, the St. Lawrence County Arts Council panel, and worked with other community and arts organizations. In recent years he operated Red Truck Farm in Old De Kalb and was working toward a Bachelor of Science in Geology from St. Lawrence University. Bill held a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of the Arts (formerly Philadelphia College of the Arts) in Philadelphia, PA.
Bill was passionate about the Adirondacks. He was both a Forty-Sixer and a Winter 46er and loved to help others achieve their climbing goals. He was a telemark skier, a sailor, an orchardist, and photographer.
Bill was born in Staten Island, NY on September 24, 1945 to William Rankin Knoble and Mary Byrne Knoble. He is survived by his wife, Ellen Rocco; daughter Jessica Knoble Gray and her husband James Gray, Naomi Byrne Knoble and her partner Ann Hoang; grandchildren Sadie Elizabeth Gray and William Knoble Gray; sisters Nancy Knoble of Joseph, OR, and Katherine Knoble of Perkasie, PA; Ellen’s son Jake Rotundo, and Pierre Nzuah, who has become a son to the family.
Bill never owned a cell phone, but he had two tractors. Donations can be made to a scholarship fund being established by the St. Lawrence University Geology Department in Bill’s honor; to North Country Public Radio; or to Bat Conservation International.
An occasion to remember and celebrate Bill’s life will be held on Friday, September 27, 2013, at 3:30pm – 5pm at the First Presbyterian Church of Canton in Canton, NY. Those who attend are invited to bring objects to display during the service in honor of Bill.

Warren G. “Bim” Cardinell 01/30/2012

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.

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

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