Mabel V. Pritchard 09/15/2013

Mabel PritchardMabel V. Pritchard
Mabel V. Pritchard, 93, of Canton, died on September 15, 2013, at Maplewood Nursing Home. Calling hours will be on, Wednesday, September 18, 2013, 12:00 – 2:00 PM; the funeral service will follow at 2:00 PM, at the funeral home with Reverend Michael Cantanzaro officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Canton. Mabel is survived by her sons, John P. “Reggie” and his wife Joyce Pritchard of Johnson City, NY, William R. “Russ” and his wife Lucille Pritchard of Wimauma, FL, Ronald K. “Ron” and his wife Jan Pritchard, Clearwater, FL, her daughter Bonnie and her husband Arthur Lohr of Hightstown, NJ, a sister, Flora Smith, Nebraska, grandchildren, Ted and his wife Tammy Romer, Bret and his wife Debbie Pritchard, Brian Pritchard, Terry Pritchard, Eric and his wife Yuliya Pritchard, Ronald Pritchard Jr., Shannon Pritchard, great grandchild, Leah Romer, Kyle Romer, Amber Pritchard, Ricky Pritchard, several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her brothers, Reginald Mace, Maurice Mace and Frank Mace. Mabel was born on November 27, 1919, the daughter of Harry G. and Violet O. Davies Mace. She graduated from Canton High School and then graduated from Utica State Hospital in 1946 as a registered nurse. Mabel was a registered nurse for Home Care for Cortland County Inc. and also had worked at various nursing homes and hospitals in New York and Florida. She enjoyed bowling, fishing, word games, cards, reading, sewing, and walking. She loved to learned, taking German and painting classes. Mabel was a member of the Women’s Republican Club in Binghamton, the First Presbyterian Church on the Park in Canton and the Post Script Club. She participated in the Senior Games in bicycling and bait casting. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the First Presbyterian Church on the Park in Canton , 19 Park St. Canton, NY, 13617 and Hospice and Palliative Care of St. Lawrence Valley.

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  1. Bonnie,

    I am so sorry to hear about your mother. Know that you are in the thoughts and prayers of many during this sad time.


  2. The Keith Smith & Family wish to express our deepest sympathy for your loss. I know that she will be dearly missed. Flora wanted to send flowers but we didn’t not get them off in time. We are therefore sending a memorial in honor of Mabel. I know that Susan has told Flora of Mabel’s passing and she was very sad and I know that she would have been there if possible.

  3. I know these past months have been difficult for Aunt Mabel’s family. Her family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Aunt Flora sends her love and deepest sympathy to Bonnie, Reggie, Russ, and Ron and their families. We will treasure our memories with Mabel and her family. Richard and Susan Draper.

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