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Michael Camann

Nov 29, 1953 - Nov 29, 2023

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Rochester, NY

Passed November 26, 2023 at the age of 70. Predeceased by his parents, Richard & Elizabeth Camann & brother, Timmy Camann. Survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Nancy Camann; sons, Joseph Camann & Kenneth (Danielle) Camann; brother, Steven Camann; & extended family, & friends. Mike was a very loving husband & father. He was a good provider & able to do any home or vehicle repairs. He had a dry sense of humor. Mike enjoyed hiking especially at Letchworth. He loved his family & his animals. He ...Read More

Obituary Source:https://www.newcomerrochester.com/Obituary/270937/Michael-Camann/Rochester-NY

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Shirley Aleese Ogden

Died : Mar 02, 2024

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Rochester, NY

"Shirley Aleese Ogden: Saturday, March 2, 2024 at age 90. Predeceased by her husband, Charles J. Aleese; and son-in-law, Wayne Perkins. Survived by her children, Francina Perkins, Charles J.(Corrine) Aleese Jr. and Roseanna (Remo) Battista; grandchildren, Abbey (Mark) McMahon, Rachel (Dan) Mason, Matthew Battista and Allen Battista; great-grandchildren, Genevieve and Aurora Battista; siblings, Dorothy (Don) Hill, Kathleen (Gus) Matta and Ronald (Patti) Lantzy; and several nieces, nephews and dear friends. Shirley was born in Spangler, PA the oldest of the four Lantzy children. She moved to Rochester and soon married and raised a family. Shirley had a successful career as an accountant at Bausch \u0026amp; Lomb and in her retirement years enjoyed working at Liberty Hollow. She was a lover of antiques, music and an avid Steelers fan. More than anything else, she always made time for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren who brought her much joy. Private service and interment at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a children’s hospital of your choice."

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Robert Bob

Died : Feb 28, 2024

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Rochester, NY

"Robert \u0026quot;Bob\u0026quot; passed in the comfort of his home after being tended to by his granddaughter, Betsy, her son, Henry Nicholas and loving companion, Maya on Wednesday, February 28, 2024 at age 96. Predeceased by his wife, Jean; and daughters, Marcia Kelly and Donna Ellis. Survived by his grandchildren, Betsy Traub, Adam Traub, Christopher (Margaret) LoPiano, Deanna (Andy) McLymond and Brianna (Lindsay) Peterson; 7 great-grandchildren; sister, Gloria (William) Ritchie; sister-in-law, Corleen Mee; and several nieces, nephews and dear friends. Bob was a PFC 303rd Combat Engineer in the 78th Division during WWII veteran. He served in France and Germany and then worked at Kodak for 36 years. he was a member of the Chili American Legion Post 1830 for many years. Bob was happiest spending time outdoors with his hands in the garden, and the earth at his feet. Special thanks go out to his sister, Gloria, who spent endless hours providing company, laughs and his favorite foods, his dear friends, Fiona and John, who called daily and sent love from overseas, and his grandchildren, who tended to his care in his last days. Family and friends may call at the Leo M. Beans and Sons Funeral Home Monday 3-5pm. Funeral Mass Tuesday 9:30am at St. Pius Tenth Church, 3000 Chili Ave. Rochester, NY 14624. Interment, Grove Place Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Epilepsy Foundation, Attn: Donor Services, Epilepsy Foundation, 3540 Crain Highway Suite 675 Bowie, MD 20716."

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Brenda C. Wilkinson

Died : Feb 28, 2024

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Rochester, NY

"Wednesday, February 28, 2024 at age 77. Predeceased by her husband, Gary; and brother, David Cobb. Survived by her son, Andrew; brothers, D. Richard and Donald Cobb; sisters-in-law, Patricia Gilmore and Helen Wilkinson; nieces, Debbie (Randy) Baratka and Diane Cobb; nephew, Adam Cobb; and many other nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. Family and friends may call at the Leo M. Bean and Sons Funeral Home Friday, March 8th from 4-6pm. Celebration of life to follow calling at 6pm at the funeral home. Private interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Chili Fire Dept."

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Doris Watson

Died : Feb 21, 2024

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Rochester, NY

"Doris Watson Chili: Wednesday, February 21, 2024 at age 84. Predeceased by her daughter, Michelle Haskins; son, Billy Haskins; parents, Charles and Ellen Free; ex-husband, Dennis Watson; and sister-in-law, Marion Free. Survived by her children, John Haskins, Robert (Eileen) Watson, Mike Watson and Charles (Colleen) Watson; grandchildren, Landon, Liam, Kevin and Grace; brother, Tom Free; sister, Maribelle (Gary) Reiss; nephew, Adam Free; and many nieces, nephews and dear friends. Private service and interment at Grove Place Cemetery at the convenience of the family."

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Suzanne Scheer

Feb 14, 1960 - Feb 15, 2024

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Rochester, NY

"Thursday, February 15, 2024 at age 64. Predeceased by her parents, Stanley and Dorothy Scheer. Survived by her loving husband of 41 years, Stephen; children, Stephanie (Kemor) Lawrence and Travis (Conor) Bleier; grandchildren, Kiella and Kahleel; sister, Ellen Scheer Heath (Pete Spoor); and many nieces, nephews, brothers and sisters-in-law, cousins and dear friends. Suzanne (Suzy Q) was born in Rochester, New York on Valentine’s Day; a natural romantic. She graduated from Webster Schroeder High School and made many friends who would end up becoming lifelong friends whom she loved. Sue met and quickly fell for the love of her life Steve at the age of 20, they tied the knot in the summer of 1983 in the company of their beloved family and friends. In her mid 20\u0027s Sue and Steve moved out of Gates to Wheatland where they would begin the next chapter of their lives together. Welcoming two children, Stephanie in 1990 and Travis in 1993, Sue took on a new challenge in being a mother. Love, compassion, endearment, kindness, fearlessness and strength were all qualities that Sue not only possessed but mastered. She constantly put her children\u0027s needs before her own from the very minute they were born. Sue spent countless hours attending local ice arenas, soccer fields and sports complexes rain or shine to watch her children practice and play. Even being a petite woman, ‘Spitfire Sue’ was never afraid to voice her opinion of a bad call or a great play. After years of recreational skating Sue laced up her skates to play with the \u0026quot;Chicks with Sticks\u0026quot; women’s hockey team. Sue was more than just a mother to her children; she was also a mom to her children\u0027s friends, nieces, nephews and just about any animal that would show up to her home. Whether it be a stray cat or a flock of geese, there was always a bowl of food and water and a full bird feeder nearby. Sue truly was a friend to all who knew her. Sue was an avid musician with an amazing voice; a passion she shared throughout her entire life; singing in several musical productions and the church choir at St. Pius X and St. Columba. She also sang the star spangled banner at the Amerks and Red Wings games. Sue was an animal lover who cherished her horses and participated in several shows taking home blue ribbons in English riding and jumping. Sue loved her cats too, spoiling them to no end. Sue loved to spend her summers on the lake enjoying swimming, sailing, boating and general relaxing with family and friends while watching beautiful sunsets and cooking smores by the campfire. Sue’s ideal evening consisted of playing cards with family and friends, listening to classic rock and sipping on a drink or two. Sue lived her life to the fullest. She battled breast cancer twice in her life but she didn\u0027t want it to define her. She was blessed to have a large support team of family, friends caregivers, medical professionals and fellow fighters she met along the way. Even during the darkest days, Sue was quick to search for a silver lining and keep charging forward. She is truly an inspiration to the people who knew her or her story. Suzy Q will truly be missed and admired but never forgotten. Family and friends may call Thursday, Feb. 29th from 4-7pm at the Leo M. Bean and Sons Funeral Home. Funeral Mass Friday, March 1st at 11am at St. Pius Tenth Church, 3000 Chili Ave. Rochester, NY 14624. Private interment. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester at https://bccr.org/ or by mail at Breast Cancer Coalition, 1048 University Avenue Rochester, New York 14607."

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Bill Dunkleman

Nov 13, 1942 - Feb 12, 2024

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Rochester, NY

"Suddenly Monday, February 12, 2024, at the age of 81. Bill was predeceased by his son, William John III; his only sister and brother-in-law Burma and Bruce Skinner and his parents William and June (Ebert) Dunkleman. Survived by his beloved wife of 55 years, Sylvia (Quattrone) Dunkleman; daughter, Susan (Kevin) Palmer; granddaughters, Brianna (Patrick) Dunkleman, and Sydney Palmer; grandson, Zachary Palmer; brothers, Dennis (Gayle), Wayne (Linda), and Mike (Kris); many nieces, nephews, and dear friends. Bill was born on November 13, 1942, in Buffalo, NY, to William and June Dunkleman. Bill served his country with honor and dedication as a United States Marine Corps member from November 24, 1959, to January 30, 1967. His commitment to the Marines demonstrated his unwavering loyalty and bravery. Following his military career, he met and married Sylvia Quattrone after attending her sister\u0027s wedding as the photographer. They started a family, and Bill embarked on a successful career as a delivery driver for UPS. He dedicated 30 years of his life to the company, but his career was cut short in 1997 because of a motorcycle accident, which led to his well-deserved retirement. In his free time, Bill had a passion for travel, riding his Harley, and being an active member of the Patriot Guard. His greatest joy came from spending time with his wife, son, daughter, and grandchildren. He had a sense of humor that everyone loved and made friends wherever he went. There wasn\u0027t anything he couldn’t fix or anyone he wouldn\u0027t help. A Military Honor Service will be held at Leo M. Bean and Sons Funeral Home 2771 Chili Avenue on Saturday, March 16, 2024, at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Semper Fi Fund at https://thefund.org/donate/ ."

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Timothy Brady

Died : Feb 19, 2024

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Rochester, NY

"Monday, February 19, 2024, at age 76, went home to be with the Lord. Predeceased by his wife of 49 years, Sandra; parents, Norman and Jeanne; twin brother, Mike; and sister, Mary (Gordon) Staubitz. Survived by his children, Kathy (Jamie) Buchal, Aaron (Kara), Christopher (Kristen) and Elizabeth (Mike) Bauman; grandchildren, Morgan, Thomas, Carsen and Sutton Buchal, Gracen (Pat) Collins, Tessa, Riley and Carter Brady, Ayden and Miles Bauman and Ashley Teeter; brothers and sisters, Mark (Rose), Anne (Ron) Ziarnowski, Dennis (Kellie), Larry (Beth), Maureen (Doug) Mosack and David (Alison); sister-in-law, Rebecca Brady; and several nieces, nephews and dear friends. Tim will be deeply missed by his family, friends and the residents and employees at the Legacy at Parklands. Family and friends may call at the Leo M. Bean and Sons Funeral Home Friday 4-7pm. Funeral Mass Saturday 9:30am at St. Pius Tenth Church, 3000 Chili Ave. Rochester, NY 14624. Private interment, Westside Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Mary Cariola Center."

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Adam Altobelli

Died : Feb 04, 2024

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Rochester, NY

"Passed away suddenly on Sunday, February 4, 2024 at age 43. Survived by his parents, David and Maryanne Altobelli; uncles, Jimmy (Barbara) Altobelli and Thomas Henner of NYC; and many loving cousins and dear friends. Adam attended Gates-Chili High School and graduated in 1999. He earned an Associate\u0027s degree from Monroe Community College in 2004. As a young man, Adam excelled in sports. From soccer to downhill and water skiing, Adam was a natural. He will always be remembered as a gentle soul with a caring heart and a bright smile. We want to thank those who have been there to support Adam over the years. This includes his godparents, Linda Smith and Lou Zona, the mental health community, the rehabilitation centers and sober homes. A Celebration of Life will be held at the convenience of the family. Adam\u0027s family would appreciate donations in his memory to Grace of God Recovery, 120 Franklin St. Rochester, NY 14604."

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Gary

Died : Feb 04, 2024

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Rochester, NY

"Sunday, February 4, 2024 at age 76. Predeceased by parents, Lester and Betty; and sister, Sharon Snyder. Survived by sister, Robin (Dick) Booth; many nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. Gary was a Vietnam Marine Veteran and was very active in St. Pius Tenth Church. Family and friends are invited to his Funeral Mass Friday 9:30am at St. Pius Tenth Church, 3000 Chili Ave. Rochester, NY 14624. Interment, Grove Place Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Aurora House."

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Joanne Ocello Cordaro

Died : Feb 02, 2024

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Rochester, NY

"Friday, February 2, 2024, at age 80. Predeceased by parents, Joseph and Eleanor Ocello; and sister, Louise Ocello. Survived by her loving husband, Russell; children, Scott (Jennifer) and Pam (Dan) Allen; grandchildren, Christian, Jared and Josh Cordaro, Kaitlyn and Karalyn Allen; brother, Joseph Ocello; and several nieces, nephews, and dear friends. To all who knew her, she was known as Joanne, “Jo”, mom, Ma, NeNe, Auntie Joanne, and Mrs. Cordaro. She was dedicated, loving, and devoted in every arena of her life. Joanne prided herself on being a wife, mom and grandmother, and this was apparent in all that she did. She loved dinner on Sundays with all of her family, sleepovers with her grandchildren, family traditions, daily phone calls, and any opportunity to spend time with those that she loved. As an elementary school teacher, she touched the lives of many children over the years. She started her career working in the Rochester City School District, took some time off to raise her children, and then taught at St. Pius the Tenth School until 1994, when she retired. Joanne was always very involved in her church community at Holy Ghost and her faith was very strong. She developed many lifelong friendships over the years and she loved to entertain and have friends and their families over for get togethers and dinners. Throughout her life, Joanne showed perseverance and strength with any and all obstacles that she faced. She touched the lives of many and will be missed dearly by everyone that came into contact with her. The family would like to extend a special thank you to St. Ann’s home, especially those on the 6th floor, for their compassionate care and love shown to Joanne over the last two years. She made St. Ann’s her “home” and truly loved the staff and volunteers that interacted with her on a daily basis. Joanne was a part of the Resident Council, played Euchre and Bingo weekly, attended music therapy, frequented the salon, and involved herself in all areas. Family and friends may call at the Leo M. Bean and Sons Funeral Home Tuesday, February 6, from 4-7 pm. Funeral Mass is Wednesday, February 7, 12 pm at St. Ann\u0027s Home, Barbara Parkes Chapel, 1500 Portland Ave. Rochester, NY 14621. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Ann\u0027s Home."

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