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Carol Saatmann

May 28, 1938 - Nov 07, 2023

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Rhinebeck, NY

Rhinebeck - Carol M. Saatmann, 85, of Rhinebeck, NY, passed away on Tuesday November 7, 2023 at Vassar Brother's Medical Center in Poughkeepsie, NY with her family by her side. Born on May 28, 1938 in the Bronx, NY, she was the daughter of the late Frederick and Marie Humburg. Carol graduated in 1956 from Walton High School in the Bronx, then moved to Miami Beach, FL in 1957 with her mother. There she went to water skiing school before moving again with her mother to San Diego, CA. It was in San...Read More

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Helen Egerton Gilmour Huber

Jul 30, 1926 - Feb 14, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Helen Egerton Gilmour Huber, 97, of Rhinebeck, NY, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2024. Born on July 30, 1926, she was the only child of Annie Crombie Gilmour McGregor and James Douglas Gilmour. Raised in Yonkers, she graduated from Bucknell University in 1948, with an engineering degree. On May 5th, 1951, she married Lawrence Lee (Jake) Huber and moved to Jake’s hometown of Rhinebeck. While raising their 4 children, Helen returned to college at New Paltz to get her teaching certification and then her Master’s Degree in Reading. Thus began her 20-year career, teaching 1st and 3rd graders in the Rhinebeck school District. After retiring in 1982, Helen volunteered both at the Baptist Home’s Coffee Shop and for over 25 years at the Starr Library. At the same time, she lovingly cared for her handicapped adult daughter, until she was 90 years old. She was often seen walking beside her adult tricycle as Karen pedaled up Old Post Road. Left to cherish her memory are her sons, Russell (Victoria) Huber of Tivoli, who kindly watched over Helen these past few years, and Peter Huber of Rhinebeck. Her daughters, Lee Ann (Robert) Ahlin of McKeesport, PA and Karen Huber of Kingston; grandchildren, Justin and Joshua (Kelly) Huber, Robert (Leah) and Matthew Ahlin, and step-grandson, Sean (Anna) Phillips; Great-grandchildren, Langley, Lucas, Brooks, Silas, Eliza, Carter, Eliza, Edie, Roya and Sean. A special thank you to her caretakers, Joan, Karen, and Dionne who lovingly took care of her these past 2 years. The family would also like to extend a special thank you to Corinne and Tasha as well as all of Hudson Valley Hospice for their extended care and kindness during Helen’s final time. Mom loved reading and her years of volunteering at the Starr Library. In lieu of flowers, if you wish, please send a donation to the library at this address: 68 West Market St., Rhinebeck, NY , 12572.

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Geraldine Frances Cook (Alberti)

Apr 07, 1935 - Feb 12, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Geraldine Frances Cook (Alberti) of Rhinebeck passed away peacefully, with family by her side at Northern Duchess Hospital on Monday, February 12th, 2024 at the age of 88.Gerry was born April 7, 1935 in Windham, New York, daughter of Chester and Elsie Alberti. She lived on the farm with her three brothers (Alec, Chester "Juny", and Robert) and three sisters (Theresa "Sissy", Thelma, and Karen), the middle child of the bunch. While acknowledging life on the farm wasn't always easy, Gerry in her later years said she wouldn't trade those years for anything, and they had a good life. She graduated from Windham-Ashland-Jewett Central School in 1953 and worked at the Kingston Branch office of the Manhattan Shirt Company. Gerry married Clinton Cook on October 23, 1955. She moved to Canaan, Connecticut in 1962. She returned to Rhinebeck in 1973, and worked at Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. in the 80's, and Kilmer’s IGA in the 90's. She lived in Rhinebeck from 1973 until her death.She was an avid bowler, a member of many teams including The Ball & Chain at Hoe Bowl in Kingston for many years with Clinton. She loved playing board games and card games; she couldn't wait for the grandchildren to come over to teach them how to play games like Chicken Feet and Uno. She also enjoyed traveling, and loved her trips to the casinos.She is preceded in death by her parents, siblings and her husband of 50 years, Clinton.Gerry is survived by her three children: Donna of Hudson, Douglas (Kathleen) of Red Hook, and Daniel (Patricia) of Pine Island, MN. She is also survived by 9 grandchildren- Jason (Genn) Harbeck, Timothy Harbeck, Brenda (Brandon) Seymour, Clinton Harbeck; Daniel (Sara) Cook, Jeffrey Cook, Jordan (Sovanna) Cook, Logan Cook, and Marley Cook, and 5 great grandchildren -Jack Harbeck, Amelia Seymour, Duncan Cook, Ty Cook, and Landon Cook; along with extended family and friends.Calling hours will take place on Sunday, February 18th, 2024 at the Burnett & White Funeral Home in Red Hook from 1 to 3 pm.Arrangements are under the direction of the Burnett & White Funeral Homes, 7461 S. Broadway, Red Hook, NY 12571.

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Maryann C. Moul

Jan 24, 1937 - Feb 09, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Maryann C. Moul, 87, a longtime Red Hook resident, passed away on Friday, February 09, 2024, at Northern Dutchess Hospital in Rhinebeck, NY, after a courageous two year battle with cancer.Born on January 24, 1937, in Brooklyn, NY daughter of the late John and Dorothy (Gordon) Carley. Her family relocated to Tivoli, NY during her high school years. She graduated from Red Hook High School in1954. She met the love of her life, Donald “Red” Moul, and they were married on April 16, 1955, at St. Sylvia's Church in Tivoli. Red predeceased her on August 13, 1990.For 26 years, Maryann worked as the receptionist and office manager for Dr. William Aierstok’s practice in Rhinebeck, NY.Always active, following her retirement, she went on to volunteer for 16 years at Northern Dutchess Hospital and was a 20-year member of the Hospital Auxiliary. She was a caregiver for several years.She enjoyed traveling with her friends and many travel groups.Maryann was an avid runner for 44 years and spent countless hours enjoying the outdoors with her beloved dogs. She also enjoyed watching her children’s and grandchildren’s sporting events.Maryann was a lifelong communicant of St. Christopher's Church in Red Hook, where she sang in the church choir for over 25 years and served on the Ladies Guild.Maryann was an amazing and beautiful wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend. We have been blessed in abundance by having her in our lives and part of her will live on forever.Maryann is survived by her children, Robin Moul Tator of Red Hook, NY, Timothy (Kelly) Moul of Port Jervis, NY, Kevin Moul of Red Hook, NY, and Maribeth (Steven) Betsch of Port Washington, NY; her siblings, Peter (Yolanda) Carley of Gilbert, AZ, and Allen (Linda) Carley of Clifton, Virginia; her grandchildren, Brendon Tator , Tawny (Brad) Potts, Lauren (Daniel) Eckerson, Justin Moul, Erin (Cody) Strait, Brenna (Taylor) Nyser, and Steven Betsch Jr.; her great grandchildren- who were the apple of her eyes-Charlotte, Violette, Bayleigh, Brielle, Owen, Dylan, Ryan, and Logan; along with numerous nieces, nephews, in-laws, extended family and friends.In addition to her husband and parents, her sister, Janet Mary Towner, and her son - in law, Robert Tator predeceased her.Friends and family will be received at the Burnett & White Funeral Homes in Red Hook on Wednesday, February 14, 2024, from 4 to 7 PM.A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, February 15th, 2024, at 11 am at St. Christopher's Church in Red Hook. Interment will follow at St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery in Red Hook, NY.Memorials may be made in Maryann's memory to any of these organizations, as they were each near and dear to her heart: St. Christopher's Church 7411 S. Broadway, Red Hook, NY 12571; Hudson Valley Hospice Foundation, Inc. House, St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, or Guiding Eyes for the Blind.Funeral arrangements were trusted to Burnett & White Funeral Homes - Red Hook, 7461 South Broadway Red Hook, NY 12571, (845) 758-5042.

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Robert Louis Scarbeau

Oct 23, 1930 - Jan 31, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Robert Louis Scarbeau, 93, formerly of 18 Peck Ave., Dudley, MA, died Wednesday, January 31 at Northern Dutchess Hospital in Rhinebeck, New York. He had been a resident of Ivy Lodge Assisted Living in Saugerties, NY for three months.He was born in 1930 in Worcester, MA to Ida J. Demers, a seamstress, and Frank A. Scarbeau, a box maker, both of whom had French Canadian roots. Robert, who liked to be known as “Bob,” was a graduate of South High School class of ‘49, attended Worcester State Teachers College and earned an Associates Degree from Worcester Junior College.He started his working life at a young age as a paper boy and later held jobs in the neighborhood hardware store, the movie theater and the cemetery. He attended Naval Journalism School while in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War, traveling to Greenland and to Morocco, among other places. He served on the USS Wisconsin, an Iowa class battleship and on the USS Nespelen tanker.Following his honorable discharge from the military, he returned to Worcester and immediately applied for a job at the Telegram. He later joked that his manager chided him to go home for a few days of well-deserved rest before rejoining the civilian workforce. He was hired as a reporter and worked his way up through the ranks, finally becoming News Editor, known to colleagues as “News 1.” Over his 35 year career at the Telegram, superiors and colleagues praised his professionalism, work ethic, reliability and calm steadiness in the midst of the bustling newsroom. He maintained a wide network of contacts, both professional and personal and was often able to utilize this to obtain firsthand accounts of breaking news events around the globe, adding dimension and detail to the facts reported. He maintained, “There’s always a local angle.”In 1958, Bob married Barbara Anne Nason of Portsmouth, RI, then working as a reporter in the women’s department at the Telegram. They had a daughter, Carol Anne, in 1965 and moved to Paxton MA. They enjoyed traveling to Rhode Island, Cape Cod and the Maritime Provinces and later, Vermont, laughs with friends, classic movies and spirited discussions about journalism.Following Barbara’s death in 1994, Bob moved to Portsmouth, RI where he enjoyed living by the shore. He then married longtime friend Gloria St. Martin in 2001. They enjoyed over a decade together traveling to visit family and attending theater shows, relocating to Dudley, MA during their latter years.Following Gloria’s death in 2013, Bob continued to live in Dudley enjoying a quiet retirement and always taking time to bring a smile to the faces of friends, neighbors and anyone he encountered in the community.Bob was predeceased by a brother, Francis G. Scarbeau of Worcester. He leaves his daughter, Carol S. Guidi of Red Hook, NY, two grandchildren, Michael N. Guidi of Colorado Springs, CO and Tanner S. Guidi of Kingston, NY as well as two nephews Brian Scarbeau of Ashburn, VA and Mark Scarbeau. He leaves five stepchildren Steven St. Martin of Springfield, PA, David St. Martin of Bremerton, WA, Jane Rondeau of Dudley, MA, Matthew St. Martin of Bremerton, WA and Andrew St. Martin, as well as 7 step grandchildren and nine step great grandchildren, to whom he enjoyed being known as “Papa Bob.”Services will be private. Burial will be at Notre Dame Cemetery, Worcester. Please visit www.burnett-white.com to leave your memories and condolences. Donations may be made to The Alzheimer’s Association.

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Anthony Michael Saridakis

Died : Jan 22, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Anthony Michael Saridakis, 68, of Rhinebeck, NY went home to be with the Lord on Monday January 22, 2024 surrounded by his loving family. Born in Atlantic City, NJ he was the loving son of Elizabeth (Speliotes) Rufe of Dresher, PA and the late Emmanuel George Saridakis. Anthony was a graduate of Vineland High School and Dickinson College. He attained a Masters in Architecture from the University of Colorado. Anthony also studied at Julliard in voice, singing as a tenor. Anthony worked most of his life as a self employed architect. Prior to being self-employed, Anthony was a designer for Paul Rudolph and I.M. Pei, Architects. In Anthony’s younger days he earned the rank of Eagle Scout with the Boy Scouts of America and was president of his high school class. Anthony will be missed and fondly remembered by his daughter; Zoe (Brady Perry) Saridakis, mother; Elizabeth Rufe, brother; George (Susan) Saridakis, sisters; Cynthia (John) Obelenus, Dianne “Renie” (Matt Chellel) Saridakis. He was also survived by an aunt; Nanette Musarra, an uncle, Speeze Speliotes, and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend Anthony’s Funeral Service on Saturday, January 27, 2024 at 11:00am at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 13 South Mount Vernon Ave., Atlantic City, NJ 08401. A viewing will be held at the church from 10:00am till time of service. Final commendation and farewell will be held at Atlantic City Cemetery in Pleasantville, NJ. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Anthony’s memory to the Huntington’s Disease Society of America at www.northeast.hdsa.org/asaridakis. To leave condolences, pay respects or share a special memory with Anthony’s family please go to www.Jeffriesandkeates.com. Services entrusted to Jeffries and Keates Funeral Home, 609-646-3400.

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Harold A. Balint

Dec 10, 1925 - Jan 12, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Rhinebeck – Harold A. Balint, 98, a lifetime resident of Rhinebeck, passed away at the Eleanor Nursing Home on January 12, 2024. Born in Rhinebeck on December 10, 1925, he was the son of the late Stephen and Beatrice (Quick) Balint. After graduating from Rhinebeck Highschool in 1943, Harold entered the Army and served from 1944-1946. Upon his return home, he began working for NYS Taconic State Parkway. He loved the beach and nature. In his later years he became a snowbird and would take his camper down to stay in Florida during the winter. Family was very important to Harold. In his final years, he was able to stay with his daughter Toni and son in law John. Harold is Survived locally by daughter, Toni & John Baldwin; grandson, Tim & Jen Baldwin; granddaughter, Shannon & Jonathan Baldwin; great granddaughters, Brittany & Katherine Baldwin and great grandsons, Tyler Baldwin & Dudley Ferguson. He is survived Out of State by sister, Adelaide Dean Grenier of Ct; son, Thomas & Cindy Balint of NH; Grandson, Jamey & Jodi Balint of NH, granddaughter in law, Trish Balint & great granddaughter, Ayla Balint of NH as well as several nephews and their families. He was predeceased by a daughter Teresa D Balint and a son Tyrone W. Balint, grandsons Jason P. Balint and Sean P. Baldwin, his former wife Gertrude W. Balint, as well as great grandsons Tyler J. Balint and Christian Denegar Baldwin. There are no calling hours. Services will be at the convenience of the family later in the spring. Arrangements under the direction of the Dapson-Chestney Funeral Home, Rhinebeck, NY.

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Martin P. Otter

Jun 11, 1947 - Jan 11, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Martin P. Otter, 76, of Milan, NY passed away on January 11, 2024 at Northern Dutchess Hospital in Rhinebeck, NY.Born on June 11, 1947 in Philadelphia, PA to the late Martin J and Anna R (Woyativitch) Otter.Martin married Carol Smith on June 6, 1970 at St. Teresa's Church in Runnemede, NJ, and Carol predeceased him on November 25, 2023.Having moved to Milan in 1973, Martin and Carol were the owners and operators of Tri-County Abstract Service, Inc based in Milan. Prior to his move to Milan, Marty worked for IBM and Texas Instruments -where he worked on a ship outside of Australia.In addition to his loving wife, his sister Anita Poupard predeceased him.He is survived by nieces, nephews, extended family, friends, and colleagues.Calling hours will be held on Friday, January 19th, 2024 from 10 am to 11:45 am at the Burnett & White Funeral Homes in Red Hook. A graveside service will take place at 12 noon at St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery in Red Hookl.Arrangements are under the direction of the Burnett & White Funeral Homes - Red Hook, 7461 South Broadway Red Hook, NY 12571, (845) 758-5042.To sign the online guestbook or for directions, please visit www.Burnett-White.com

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Nancy R. Lichtenberg

Sep 08, 1935 - Jan 11, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Nancy R. Lichtenberg, 88, of Lake Katrine, NY, passed away Thursday, January 11, 2024 at Northern Dutchess Hospital in Rhinebeck, NY. She was born on September 8, 1935 in Englewood, NJ, daughter of the late Stanley and Rosalie (Vautrin) Jackson. She graduated from Kingston High School in 1953 where she served as Secretary of her Junior Class and Vice-President of her Senior Class. Nancy was married in 1957 to the late Richard Lichtenberg who passed away in 2001. Nancy was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, and aunt. Together, Nancy and Richard raised a family of six children where they provided love, security, encouragement, and lots of laughs. As the years went on Nancy spent many years caring for and enjoying her numerous grandchildren. In later years visiting with her great grandchildren brought smiles to her face and theirs. Nancy had many interests and was a person who cared about her community and people everywhere. She demonstrated this caring and enjoyed her personal interests as a very active, involved and generous person throughout her life. She was a devout Catholic and an active parishioner of St. Catherines for over sixty years where she attended daily mass and served as a lector and an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist. She volunteered for many years at the Hurley Mission, Catholic Charities and Ten Broeck Commons. Nancy had a lifelong love of music that she passed on to her children and grandchildren, with a gift for singing that got her chosen as a soloist in Leonard Stein’s Choir and accepted into the voice program at SUNY Potsdam’s Crane School of Music without an audition. She shared that gift not only with her family, but with her entire community, singing with the windows open on Roosevelt Avenue, at talent night at Loughran Park and as a member of the KHS Choir in her earlier years and the KHS Alumni Choir in her later years. She also combined her love of singing with her religion and served as a song church leader, sang at funerals, in a musical production of The Sound of Music, and in multiple local choirs including the Mount St. Alphonsus Choir and the St. Joseph’s Choir for 45 years. Singing in the Papal Choir at Yankee Stadium in 2008 was one of the great joys of Nancy’s life. For over fifty years, Nancy enjoyed playing bridge with her friends, playing piano, had a great sense of humor, loved to laugh, was an avid NY Yankees fan, and was an active member of the Class of 1953 Reunion Planning Committee. She loved the many cats she had throughout her lifetime, donated generously to many charities, and was always there to lend a helping hand. Nancy enjoyed the many friendships she formed over the years through her many activities and in her neighborhood. The family wishes to thank these friends for their help and support over the years and especially in the last several months. Nancy is survived by her children, Sue Lichtenberg-Greffrath (Rich), Lynne Lyons (James), Michael Lichtenberg (Beverly), Julie Lichtenberg, and Joanne Lichtenberg-Brian (Alan). She is also survived by many grandchildren, Sequoia Nacmanie, David Nacmanie (Jenn), Kevin Lyons (Dana), Keith Lyons (Emily), Kelly Lyons, Tom Roberts (Lauren), Brian Roberts, Christopher Greffrath (Carley), Bobby Greffrath (Rachel), Marc Greffrath, Steven Lichtenberg, Stephanie Lichtenberg, John Lichtenberg, Jimmy Lichtenberg, Vanessa Hernandez, and Dante Hernandez, as well as her great grandchildren, Natalie, George, Maddy, Warren, Leo, Lydia, Malcolm, Joshua, and Xander. Nancy was also a devoted and loving aunt to her nieces Anne Marie Sanglyn, and Cathy Sanglyn-Hanson (Eric) and their children Collin and Caroline. In addition to her husband and parents, Nancy is predeceased by her son, James Lichtenberg and her son-in-law, Anthony Roberts, her sister Norma Sanglyn, and her brother-in-law John (Jack) Sanglyn. Arrangements entrusted to Keyser Funeral & Cremation Service, 326 Albany Avenue, Kingston, NY 12401, where family and friends may visit on Tuesday, January 16, 2024 from 4pm to 7pm. A Mass of Chirstian Burial will be celebrated at St. Joseph's RC Church, 242 Wall St., Kingston, NY 12401 on Wednesday, January 17, 2024 at 10am. Burial will follow in Hurley Cemetery, Hurley, NY. For those who wish, contributions in Nancy’s memory may be made to her favorite charity, Mental Health Association in Ulster County, Inc. A tribute for Nancy can be found at www.KeyserFuneralService.com, where you may leave memories and expressions of sympathy for her family.

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Dacie Kershaw

Aug 29, 1929 - Jan 07, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Dacie Kershaw passed away unexpectedly in the early morning on January 7, 2024, at the age of 94. Ida Marshall was born in New York City on August 29,1929 to Charles R. Marshall and Ida Ruperti Marshall. In her childhood, she acquired the nickname Dacie, as legend has it, from a friendly doorman. Dacie spent most of her adult life in Dutchess County, NY. In 1956, Dacie and her husband, Warren, purchased and restored Windswept Farm in Clinton Corners NY, a 100 acre property they placed on the historic register. There, they raised their children Alicia, Charles, Anne, Clinton, and Katherine. Windswept was also home to horses, black angus cattle, crops, an extensive herb garden, hay fields, a huge vegetable garden, an apple orchard and many cats and dogs. Dacie was predeceased by her son Charles in 1973 and by Warren in 2006. She is survived by her remaining children, her seven grandchildren, and her four great grandchildren. Dacie attended Brearley School, Oldfields and Bennett Junior College. Dacie’s grandfather founded the Millbrook Hunt and Dacie followed in his wake as an accomplished equestrian and was a long term member of the Rombout Hunt. Of ‘SixPack’, her last and favorite horse, she said: “He did all the work; I just held on for dear life!” Dacie and Warren met on the hunting field and were married on February 2, 1952, at the Church of Transfiguration in Manhattan, also known as the “Little Church Around the Corner.” Dacie was a lifetime reader and active community participant. She was a founder of the Town of Clinton Library and a Garden Club member. In her later years, after moving to Rhinebeck, she was a member of the Church of the Messiah and a volunteer at Wilderstein and the Starr Library. She took and organized courses at Bard’s Lifelong Learning Institute. She was, at various times in her life, a literacy tutor and the part owner of a plant shop selling herbs. Even in her 90’s, she was active as a member of the Residents’ Committee at Arbor RIdge and interviewed new residents for their book of resident bios. Dacie’s most fervent wish in recent times was that no one fuss over her. That she went quietly in the middle of the night after a joyous family visit over Christmas speaks much of her character. Dacie’s family - Alicia Kershaw and her husband Peter Rose, Anne Kershaw and her husband Cliff Berger, and Clinton Kershaw - invite you to a Memorial Service at the Church of the Messiah, 6436 Montgomery Street, at 2 pm Saturday, February 3, 2023 with a reception immediately following at the Parish Hall. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate Memorial donations either to: Wilderstein Historic Site, PO Box 383, Rhinebeck, NY 12572 or online at www.wilderstein.org - please specify Carriage House Fund. Or GallopNYC, Attn: Phoenix Trent, 8803 70th Rd. Forest Hills NY 11375 or online at bit.ly/3vwlGfG Arrangements under the direction of the Dapson-Chestney Funeral Home, 51 W. Market St., Rhinebeck, NY, www.dapsonchestney.com

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Elmer J. "Sonny" DeWitt

Jan 01, 1942 - Jan 07, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Elmer J. "Sonny" DeWitt, 82, of Rhinebeck and a lifelong Red Hook area resident passed away on January 07, 2024 at Livingston Hills Nursing & Rehabilitation Center.Born on January 01, 1942 in Sharon, CT to the late Elmer and Carrie E VanWagner DeWitt. Sonny married Katherine "Kay" Brown and she predeceased him on July 2, 1996.For many years, Sonny worked at Orchard Hill in Red Hook, NY as a forklift operator. He also worked for a number of years at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY.He is survived by numerous cousins, extended family, and friends.Funeral Services will be private, and Sonny will be interred with his wife in the DeWitt family plot at Rhinebeck Cemetery, RhinebeckArrangements are under the direction of the Burnett & White Funeral Homes - Red Hook, 7461 South Broadway Red Hook, NY 12571, (845) 758-5042.

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