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Marilysse Wood

Nov 15, 1925 - Nov 15, 2023

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Rome, NY

Marilysse Wood has been called home to be with our Lord and Savior on November 11, 2023. Waiting in heaven, Marilysse will be greeted in the loving arms of her husband, Cliff Wood, who passed away November 18, 2018. Though saddened by Marilysse's passing, we who love her and will miss her so much, know that reunited with Cliff, she will smile from heaven and say for us not to be sad, but to rejoice. Rejoice that life gave her and each of us lives filled with love and joyful memories. Marilysse i...Read More

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Elsie M. DelNero

Apr 27, 1925 - Feb 22, 2024

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Rome, NY

Elsie M. DelNero, 98, of Rome, passed away on Thursday February 22, 2024, at Betsy Ross Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Rome. She was born in Perryville, N.Y. on April 27, 1925, daughter of the late Renato and Gladys Farrington Selvetti. Elsie was educated in Rome schools. She was employed as a clerk for Frigid Flow Company in Rome, a business run by her husband and brother-in-law. On October 13, 1945, she married Roger A. DelNero, Sr. in St. John the Baptist Church, Rome. He passed away on July 07, 2023. Elsie was an avid bowler in the Women’s League at King Pin Lanes. She was also a member of the Home Bureau Program at Cooperative Extension. Elsie loved to sing, and won various singing contests as a teenager. She even had one of her songs become a recorded cut. In her younger years, Elsie also loved to dance and ice skate in her spare time. Surviving are two sons and daughters-in-law, Roger A. Jr. (Sandy) DelNero, Gallupville, N.Y. and David A. (Elizabeth) DelNero, Carver, MA; a daughter and son-in-law, Deborah A. (Anthony) Guarneiri, Durhamville; eleven grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was predeceased by her parents, Renato and Gladys Selvetti, and her husband, Roger A. DelNero, Sr. The family wishes to express a sincere thank you to the staff at Betsy Ross Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for the kindness and compassion shown toward Elsie during her time at the facility. In keeping with Elsie’s wishes, there are no services or calling hours. Arrangements are by the Nicholas J. Bush Funeral Home, Inc., 7751 Merrick Rd., Rome, N.Y. 13440. To offer online condolences, please visit .

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Kenneth B. Platt III

Jul 09, 1960 - Feb 29, 2024

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Rome, NY

Kenneth B. Platt III, 63, passed away unexpectedly on February 29, 2024, at Wynn Hospital. He was born in Rome on July 9, 1960, a son of the late Kenneth and Marguerite (Moyer) Platt Jr. Ken worked at Varflex for many years. Ken and his companion Roxane Chapple opened their home and their hearts to many foster children over the years. He was a talented craftsman, loved to hunt, and play his guitar. Ken is survived by his companion, Roxane Chapple; their children, Keith Chapple and Amy Chapple; their many foster children including Kayla Eggleston, Christian Eggleston, and Nate French; grandchildren, Colin White, Logan White and Cameron Chapple; his four sisters, Cynthia and Richard Deraway, Debbie Bentley and Donald, Bonnie Platt, and Melody and Dan Deal; brother Daniel Platt; and many nieces and nephews. Ken was predeceased by his parents, and two sisters Carlene Britten and Penny Vaughn. All are invited to call Sunday, March 3, 2024 from 4-6pm at Strong-Burns & Sprock Funeral Home, 7751 Merrick Road, Rome, NY. Funeral services will follow at 6pm. He will be buried at St. Patrick’s Cemetery in the Spring.

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Joan M. Rueger

Dec 06, 1954 - Feb 26, 2024

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Rome, NY

ROME/LOWVILLE - Joan M. Rueger, 69, of Lawrence Street, Rome and formerly of Stowe Street, Lowville passed away on Monday, February 26, 2024 at Rome Memorial Hospital, Rome, NY. Joan is survived by her brothers and sisters, her twin sister, Jane and Paul Swett of Rome, Barb Brown of North Carolina, Patrick and Angela Rueger of Florida, William and Cindy Rueger of Holland Patent, Margaret and John Goddeau of Ballston Spa, Kathleen Delahunty of Levittown, PA, Robert Rueger of Utica, Joseph Rueger of Rome; several nieces, nephews and cousins that she loved to play with. She is predeceased by several special family members. Joan was born on December 6, 1954, in Utica, NY, the daughter of the late Robert and Eleanor Wilcox Rueger. She loved attending Day Hab and doing arts and crafts. Joan worked on the Janitorial Staff at Lewis County Industries for many years. Joan enjoyed supporting her community by participating in the Heart Walk, Relay for Life and Special Olympics. She especially loved dancing and spending time with her friends and staff who supported her throughout her life. Calling hours will be held Monday, March 4, 2024, at Iseneker Funeral Home, Inc. in Lowville from 1:00pm to 3:00pm with a funeral service following at 3:00pm. Spring burial will be in Grandview Cemetery, Whitesboro. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to The Arc of Oneida - Lewis, 245 Genesee Street, Utica, NY 13501. Condolences may be made online at www.isenekerfuneralhome.com . To to the family, please

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Sandra J. Click

Feb 08, 1953 - Feb 16, 2024

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Rome, NY

Sandra J. Click 71 of Rome passed away peacefully on Feb 16th 2024, with her family by her side. She was born Feb 8th 1953, daughter of the late Constance Elmer and Charles Carey. She was educated in Rome schools. As a daughter of a veteran, she proudly served in the USAR from 1976 to 1978. She found her passion in the food industry working in various restaurants in Arizona, Florida and NY. Her favorite was traveling as a troubleshooter for Dennys. Sandy loved God and raised her 2 children in church. She found purpose in helping the elderly in both her family and church. Sandra is survived by her daughter, Sarah Click and Robert Arensman of Rome and her Grandchildren whom she loved dearly A'Miracolo Zachary Adam Click and Ariella Elizabeth Arensman. A sister Debbie Kerber, nieces Candy and Penny and Nephews Michael, Travis and Trevor. Sarah's father, Gary DeCristo, her best friend since childhood Jill Burkhart, special friend and caregiver, Lucy Saul; Ms. Shirley, Linda, Cheryl, Laurie and Jack. She is predeceased by her beloved Son, Zachary Adam Click, parents, siblings Ed, Charles and Jeanie, special friend, Shawn Kelly, aunt and uncle, Betty and Art Elmer, niece and nephew, Melissa and Phillip Carey. Funeral services will be held Tuesday Feb. 27, 2024, at 6:00 Pm, at the Barry Funeral Home, 807 W. Chestnut Street. Burial will be in the spring in Rome Cemetery. Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home on Tuesday from 4 to 6 PM, prior to the funeral service.

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Dawn R. Worden

May 05, 1939 - Feb 22, 2024

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Rome, NY

Dawn R. Worden, 84, passed away peacefully with her loving family by her side at The Abraham House in Rome on Thursday, February 22, 2024. She was born on May 5, 1939, to the late Ellison and Agnes (Schram) Root. Dawn worked for many years at The Rome State School and at the Presbyterian Home as a nurse’s aide. She was the kind of woman that would help out anyone and she loved her family and friends dearly. You can’t forget how fond she was of every animal she ever had including her rescue dog Buster. She loved talking to people, trips to the casino, garage sales, and her time spent at the Clark Mills Historical Society. She is survived by her sons William Daws and his love Barb Mosher, Don and Terra Worden; daughters, Rebecca (Armando) Banuelos, and Ann ( Kevin) House; grandchildren, Derek, Trinell, Armando Jr., Marvin, Hector, Vanessa, Michael, Andy, Tyler, Devon, Alivia, Anthony, Dominick, Scarlett and Charlotte; great-grandchildren, Vincent and Sophia; brother, Marvin (Sheila) Root and a large extended family. She also had too many friends to count including the Daws Family, Geer Family, Mary, Joyce, Theresa, Dick, Terry, Dori, and Jean. Predeceased by her beloved son Bobby in 1968, and her beloved Robert Daws. Following Dawn’s wishes there will be no calling hours or services. Condolences may be left online at owenspavlotrogers.com. She will be laid to rest in the spring in Kirkland Cemetery. Her family wishes to thank her good friends Sam and Monique Mancuso and Rob and Lyndsey Emery for always looking out for her and being there when she needed anything. Her Family would also like to thank the wonderful staff at the Abraham House of Rome for their care in her final days. Please consider donations in her memory to The Abraham House of Rome 417 N. Washington Street, Rome, NY 13440.

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Dawn R. Worden

May 05, 1939 - Feb 22, 2024

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Rome, NY

Dawn R. Worden, 84, passed away peacefully with her loving family by her side at The Abraham House in Rome on Thursday, February 22, 2024. She was born on May 5, 1939, to the late Ellison and Agnes (Schram) Root. Dawn worked for many years at The Rome State School and at the Presbyterian Home as a nurse’s aide. She was the kind of woman that would help out anyone and she loved her family and friends dearly. You can’t forget how fond she was of every animal she ever had including her rescue dog Buster. She loved talking to people, trips to the casino, garage sales, and her time spent at the Clark Mills Historical Society. She is survived by her sons William Daws and his love Barb Mosher, Don and Terra Worden; daughters, Rebecca (Armando) Banuelos, and Ann ( Kevin) House; grandchildren, Derek, Trinell, Armando Jr., Marvin, Hector, Vanessa, Michael, Andy, Tyler, Devon, Alivia, Anthony, Dominick, Scarlett and Charlotte; great-grandchildren, Vincent and Sophia; brother, Marvin (Sheila) Root and a large extended family. She also had too many friends to count including the Daws Family, Geer Family, Mary, Joyce, Theresa, Dick, Terry, Dori, and Jean. Predeceased by her beloved son Bobby in 1968, and her beloved Robert Daws. Following Dawn’s wishes there will be no calling hours or services. Condolences may be left online at owenspavlotrogers.com. She will be laid to rest in the spring in Kirkland Cemetery. Her family wishes to thank her good friends Sam and Monique Mancuso and Rob and Lyndsey Emery for always looking out for her and being there when she needed anything. Her Family would also like to thank the wonderful staff at the Abraham House of Rome for their care in her final days. Please consider donations in her memory to The Abraham House of Rome 417 N. Washington Street, Rome, NY 13440.

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Vernon-Allen E. Johnson

Nov 23, 1938 - Feb 23, 2024

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Rome, NY

Vernon-Allen E. Johnson, age 85, of Vernon passed away peacefully Friday evening February 23, 2024 in the Rome Grand Rehab and Nursing Facility after a brief stay. He was born on November 23, 1938 in Ann Arbor, MI the son of the late Edward A. and Ethel H. (Cheney) Johnson and was a graduate of the Stockbridge Valley Central School class of 1957. On January 21, 1959 Allen enlisted with the United States Navy and was honorably discharged on January 18, 1963. Allen and Barbara Abel were united on August 7, 1965 at the Redeemer Lutheran Church of Oneida and have shared that vow of over fifty-eight years together. After his retirement form H P Hood with over thirty-five years of service Allen volunteered as a driver for the Madison County Office for the Aging for fourteen years. Surviving is his wife, Barbara A. Johnson of Vernon, son, Thomas Johnson of Vernon, granddaughter, Ashley (Edgardo) Colon of Utica, great-grandchildren, Luca, Logan and Lincoln Colon, brothers-in-law, Frederick Abel of Knoxboro and LeRoy Abel of Oneida, sister-in-law, JoAnn Chamberlin of Oneida and several nieces and nephews. Allen was predeceased by a son James E. Johnson on January 18, 2022. Family and friends are invited to call on Tuesday, February 27, 2024 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Malecki Funeral Home, 23 Front Street, Vernon, NY. A funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m. at the funeral home with Rev. Robert Catherwood officiating. Burial will be in Crown Hill Memorial Park, Clinton, NY. In lieu of flowers please send donations in Allen’s memory to the St. Johns Evangelical Lutheran Church, 502 W. Chestnut Street, Rome, NY, 13440. Online condolences may be sent to maleckifuneralhome.com

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Dora “Joyce” Brady

Sep 21, 1938 - Feb 20, 2024

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Rome, NY

Dora “Joyce” Brady, 85, of Rome, passed away on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, at Rome Health. She was born in Summitville, Ohio on September 21, 1938, daughter of the late Thomas and Nina Grey Fields. Dora graduated high school in Salineville, Ohio. On April 01, 1962, she married David D. Brady in Elyria, Ohio, a blessed union of nearly 62 years. Dora was employed as a clerk for McLaughlin’s Department Store in Waterville, N.Y. The family also owned and operated AAA Pic & pay Lumber, for many years. She was a member of Skyline Baptist Church in Floyd, N.Y. Joyce had a love for flowers and also loved to spend her spare time crafting. Her ideas and projects were endless, and she found the most joy in hosting her friends to showcase her projects. Joyce will also be remembered for her kindness and hospitality she showed towards her friends and members of her Church. Surviving besides her husband David, are two sons; David D. Brady, Jr, of Rome, and James D. Brady, of New Hartford, as well as five grandchildren; Heather Brady, Cate Brady, Jill Martingano, Parker Harvell, and Benjamin C. Brady. She was predeceased by her parents, Thomas and Nina Fields, two sons; Mark A. Brady, and Thomas C. Brady, two sisters; Jean Toalston, and Norma Wilms, as well as a brother, Jack Fields. In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully requests that memorial contributions in Dora’s name be made to ICR Institute for Creation Research, at P.O. Box 59029, Dallas, TX 75229, or online at , or to Source of Light International, 1011 Mission Road, Madison, GA 30650-4908, or online at . Funeral Services will be held on Monday February 26, 2024 at 6:00 p.m., at Strong-Burns & Sprock Funeral Home, 7751 Merrick Rd., Rome, N.Y. Family and friends are invited to call from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., at the funeral home, prior to the service. Burial will take place in Stanwix Cemetery, at a later date.

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Frances J. Rose

Jan 29, 1936 - Feb 19, 2024

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Rome, NY

Frances J. RoseChadwicksFrances J. Rose of Whitesboro and formerly of Chadwicks, peacefully passed away on Monday, February 19, 2024 at The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing at Rome. She had recently celebrated her 88th birthday by enjoying a delectable Farmhouse Pantry treat that had been transported up for her special day.Fran was born on January 29, 1936 in Utica, the daughter of Chester and Julia (Parkola) Brodzik and graduated from TR Proctor High School as a member of the class of 1954. She held numerous jobs upon graduation until she married in 1962. After two decades of being a stay at home mom, she was employed by Divine Brothers of Utica until her retirement. Because sitting still was never her strong suit, she promptly “unretired” to work for Jim Shamis at Carbone Honda where she jokingly referred to herself as “one of Jim’s call girls”. Rest assured that in today’s terminology, she would instead be referred to as a “customer care specialist”. Fran later went on to work for NY Sash in the sales department and as usual, made friends with everyone she came in contact with. After she retired once again, her newfound commitment to working out at Curves in Washington Mills ultimately led to yet another “unretirement” where Fran found her second family in Cheryl and Ted Pytel and her “Curves ladies”. She was always there by 6am to greet her ladies with a warm smile and a kind word, and rumor has it that she never complained about anything–at least 98% of the time.Frances was extremely proud of her children and grandchildren and would sing their praises to anyone who would listen, and while the dementia did not take away her wickedly dry sense of humor which she maintained right up until her passing, neither did it dampen her love of ice cream. So the next time you have a hankering, be sure to raise that frozen treat to Fran!Surviving are her daughter, Michele Cross, Painted Post, NY; son, Scott Rose, Commerce City, CO; former daughter-in-law Brandee Stanley Rose, Henderson, CO; granddaughter, Kaleigh (Riley Peterson) Rose, Greeley, CO and grandson, SrA Ian Rose, McGuire AFB, NJ. She was predeceased by her parents and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.Frances’ family wishes to extend their heartfelt gratitude to Jim Shamis, Cheryl and Ted Pytel and her Curves ladies, Chris Hoyland, Nancy Emerson and Carol Sullivan for their friendship through the decades and to her newer friends–Patty and Joan. A sincere thank you to Dr. Chabot, Dr. Sullivan and the Waterville staff for their wonderful medical care through the years. A special thank you to Bonnie, Laura Lee, Sue and Linda who helped Fran at home and to the aides, LPNs and RNs at The Grand who connected with and looked after Fran as if she were their own mother. Lastly, her family wishes to acknowledge the ER, ICU and step down unit staff at Rome Memorial Hospital for their professionalism, compassion and excellent care that was so appreciated when Fran decided to ring in the New Year by trying to leave this earth a bit prematurely.In keeping with Fran’s wishes, there will be no calling hours or service as she has donated her body to Upstate Medical Center for the advancement of science. Arrangements are with Smith Funeral Home, 3022 Oneida St., Sauquoit.Donations in Fran’s memory can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association or to the Pat Summitt Foundation.

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Deborah Hayden O'Shea

Mar 15, 1947 - Feb 13, 2024

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Rome, NY

    Deborah Hayden O’Shea 76, died peacefully on February 13, 2024 in Rome, NY after being diagnosed with cancer.     Born in Baltimore, MD in 1947, Deb was the eldest of three children of Albert and Dorthy (Clerihue) Hayden. Debbie was raised in northern NJ and spent her High School years in Bayshore,  Long Island which lead to her life long love of sailing and swimming. In 1965 Deb attended the University of New Mexico and then found her way to Rome, NY where she worked as a flight attendant for Mohawk Airlines. This early introduction to the world spawned a deep love of travel throughout her life. In 1971 she married her former husband Kevin O’Shea. Deb lovingly raised her two children Timothy and Matthew and took on the roll as Director of the Rome Art and Community Center.     In 2003 Debbie moved to Fayetteville, NY and started her career for the Onondaga Bar Association to coordinate the Volunteer Lawyers Project. Deb dove headfirst into trying to make a positive change for the less fortunate in the community. She headed the Eviction Defense Program which grew to provide defense to up to 1,000 families a year. Before retiring in 2020 her outstanding career was recognized by winning an award from the NY Bar Association acknowledging the vital services of non attorneys who provide equal access to justice.      Deb had a passion for travel, politics and a love for basket weaving. Deb was a member of the the Oneida Lake Sailing Club and looked forward to her weekly meets. Deb always had a positive attitude and stayed smiling even to the very end. We would like to thank all of the staff at Betsy Ross and everyone that came to visit with her, all of the many cards and flowers that were sent to her.      Deb is survived by her sons Timothy O’Shea and Matthew O’Shea (Tiffany); her brother, Paul Hayden (Kathy); her cherished grandchildren Timothy, William, Robert, Brayden, Kaleb and Kylie; and numerous nieces nephews; and her loving friend Mary-Sue Brost who was like a sister. Deb was predeceased by her parents and her sister Lynn Lane.       Calling hour are Saturday, March 2, from 11am to 1pm at Eaton-Tubbs Fayetteville Chapel, 7191 E. Genesee St., Fayetteville. A service will follow at 1pm at the funeral home.       In lieu of flower’s contributions can be made in Deb’s name to the Vera House in Syracuse NY    

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