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William Hamilton

May 06, 1941 - Nov 12, 2023

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Rhinebeck, NY

Willow- William T. Hamilton, 82, of Willow died Sunday November 12, 2023 at the Ferncliff Nursing Home in Rhinebeck after a brief illness. He was born in Kingston on May 6, 1941 and has been an area resident all of his life. Bill was a heavy equipment operator with the Ulster County Highway Department for thirty-seven years. He had a great appreciation for the outdoors, and had enjoyed hunting and fishing. He took pride in maintaining the landscape around his home mowing the lawn. Bill had a str...Read More

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Stacey Sofka

Jan 11, 1969 - Feb 26, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

                                                                Stacey SofkaStacey was born on January 11, 1969 in Binghamton, New York, and most recently resided at the ArchCare at Ferncliff Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center. Stacey passed away on February 26, 2024 after battling a long illness.Surviving family members include her aunt, Nonie Kelley; cousin Kelley O’Neill with husband Cory and son Brooks; cousin, Justin Jacob with wife Ashley and their children Wyatt, Abbey and Luca; Uncle John Kelley with his wife Darrice, Cousin Matt Kelley (Megan) and their children Aislyn and Teagan; cousin David Kelley; cousin Scott Kurey (Stacey) and his children, Matt, Melissa and Megan and their families. She is also survived by her uncle, Raymond Jacob with Donna Discostanzo. Stacey was predeceased by both of her parents, Jean Kelley and Edward Sofka.Stacey was born in Binghamton and was raised in Orange County, NY. She spent most of her adult life living in Albany, NY, New York City and Los Angeles, CA. Stacey was a passionate world traveler and teacher. Her favorite locations to visit were Japan, Italy, Greece, South Africa, South Korea, Brazil, and Thailand. A top life moment for her was meeting Nelson Mandela! Stacey loved music, cooking, reading and soaking up culture. She was affectionate, had a great sense of humor, often saying her trademark comments such as “shenanigans” and frequently greeted people with a friendly fist bump. She always expressed her love for her family and friends. She was cherished by many, was loved very much and will be missed greatly.A memorial visitation will be held at Applebee McPhillips Funeral Home on Friday, April 5, 2024 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to the ArchCare at Ferncliff Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center, Neurodegenerative Unit, 21 Ferncliff Drive, Rhinebeck NY 12572 or the Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA).Arrangements are under the direction of Applebee-McPhillips Funeral Home, 130 Highland Avenue, Middletown, NY 10940.

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Lucy Padilla

Nov 13, 1931 - Feb 23, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Lucy Padilla, our amazing and loving mother, died peacefully at 92 years old, on Friday, February 23, 2024 at Northern Dutchess Hospital with her daughters at her side. She was born in Manhattan on November 13, 1931 to Euclides and Leonidas (Romero) de Jesus. Mom was such an incredibly loving, kind and giving person; all who met her remembered and loved her.She graduated from the High School of Commerce in Manhattan and worked as an Information/Long Distance Operator for the New York Telephone Company. Mom met the love of her life, Louis Padilla, in the early 1950s at the Spanish Villas in Plattekill, NY. When she walked in the room and heard him speaking such beautiful Spanish to a group, she was impressed with how easily he commanded the attention and respect by those around him but when he asked her to dance and she looked into his beautiful hazel eyes and saw his long eye lashes, she knew there would be no one else. They were married shortly after and had a true love affair until his untimely death at 59 in 1990. They were such a handsome couple and people would literally step aside when they were on the dance floor to watch them together.When she married our dad and he moved her to this area, it was a huge adjustment for her, but they started their family, she got her driver’s license and they had the best parties with the most amazing friends. Mom worked part-time as the first bilingual Teller at the Ellenville National Bank for many years and then left banking to become an Orthodontist Assistant in Kerhonkson until her retirement in 1990. She is still loved and remembered fondly by her bank customers and orthodontic patients for her kindness, her physical beauty and her humor.Mom enjoyed crocheting and actually made over 50 personalized afghans to be treasured for every family member as well as a few special people who touched her life. She loved to go to bingo on Tuesday’s where she would see friends and get out of the house for a few hours. But….her favorite past time was Scrabble. Mom didn’t care if you were 10 years old, never played the game before or had a doctorate degree, she played to win and always loved a challenge. If you came to visit, you can be sure that the Scrabble board was coming out and you had better be ready to play.There were five of us, four daughters: Linda Hostelley of Delaware, Lillian Constant of Roscoe, Lisa (Bruce) Hansen of Accord and Laura (Frank) Battaglino of Maryland. She is predeceased by our handsome and talented brother: Louis Padilla, Jr. who died in 1995. Our family is also blessed with eight grandchildren: Eric (Casey) Miller, Louis (Michelle) Miller, Jaclyn (Darin) Day, Chris (Kendra) Constant, Alexandra (Michael Masci) Gil, Frank (Brittany) Battaglino Jr., Gabriel (Mercedes) Battaglino and Anthony Battaglino as well as 15 great grandchildren leaving an incredible legacy that will continue to grow.Our mom, also known as Nana, loved God and her family before all else. She was thrilled every time there was a new birth and there was no one prouder than her of how we all turned out.In addition to mom’s parents, husband and son, she was predeceased by an infant sister Lillian de Jesus, one infant grandson, Michael J. Miller; her brother, Hector de Jesus; and her sons-in-law, James Hostelley and Russell Constant.Our family would like to acknowledge two special people: her dear friend for many, many years, Sally Shults and her "bonus daughter" Ursela "Cookie" Nesbitt both of whom she loved forever and who will miss her terribly.In lieu of flowers, we ask that you make a donation in her name to the Shawangunk Senior Center, 70 Main Street, Napanoch, NY 12458 where she spent many hours, laughed a lot and occasionally won. Services provided jointly by Harris Funeral Home of Roscoe, NY and HB Humiston Funeral Home of Kerhonkson, NY. Visitation will be held on Sunday, March 3, 2024 from 4PM-6PM at HB Humiston Funeral Home, 30 42nd Street, Kerhonkson, NY. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday, March 4, 2024 at 10AM in St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, 1017 Keator Avenue, Rosendale, NY. Father Kevin Malick will officiate. Burial will follow at the Pine Bush Cemetery in Kerhonkson.

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Mildred Olejar Marsh

Jan 07, 1939 - Feb 26, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Mildred Olejar Marsh, of the Rhinebeck community and formerly of the state of Florida, passed away on February 26, 2024. She was born on January 7, 1939, in Czechoslovakia to her late parents Matthew and Anna (Korchanik) Vaclavik.Throughout her life, Mildred always performed with grace and determination. She worked with the Department of Corrections as an Executive Secretary at Eastern in Napanoch and Wallkill Correctional Facilities, showcasing her professionalism and dedication.In her personal life, Mildred experienced love and loss. She was widowed by her four husbands: Vincent Olejar, Richard Meyers, Denis Bonforte, and Morris Marsh. Her daughter Irene Browne was a constant source of pride and joy in Mildred's life. She also found happiness in the presence of her grandchildren Amanda (Chris Aull) Holland, Nicole (Erik Hines) Zweck, Jennifer Zweck, and step-grandson Owen (Jillian) Zweck. Mildred cherished her ten great-grandchildren deeply: Grace, Jackson, Donovan, Harrison, Ricky, Nicholas, Elena, Leila, Gabe and Alex. She is also survived by her sisters, Ann (Vincent) Farina and Elaine (Fred) Panccia.In addition to her professional and family life, Mildred found joy in being an active member of various communities. She was involved in organizations such as the Moose Club and Red Hat, contributed to the Democratic Committee working the polls and census. She enjoyed playing bingo enthusiastically, and most importantly treasured spending time with her family.Mildred leaves behind a legacy of hard work, love for family, and a vibrant spirit that will be remembered fondly by all who had the privilege of knowing her. May she rest in peace.Visitation will be held on Friday, March 1, 2024 from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. and again on Saturday, March 2, 2024 from 9:00 am to 10:30 am at Loucks Funeral Home at 79 N Main St. in Ellenville. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11:00 A.M. on Saturday, March 2, 2024 at St. Joseph's Church in Wurtsboro. Burial will be held in Fantinekill Cemetery at a later date.

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Lucy Padilla

Nov 13, 1931 - Feb 23, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Lucy Padilla, our amazing and loving mother, died peacefully at 92 years old, on Friday, February 23, 2024 at Northern Dutchess Hospital with her daughters at her side. She was born in Manhattan on November 13, 1931 to Euclides and Leonidas (Romero) de Jesus. Mom was such an incredibly loving, kind and giving person; all who met her remembered and loved her.She graduated from the High School of Commerce in Manhattan and worked as an Information/Long Distance Operator for the New York Telephone Company. Mom met the love of her life, Louis Padilla, in the early 1950s at the Spanish Villas in Plattekill, NY. When she walked in the room and heard him speaking such beautiful Spanish to a group, she was impressed with how easily he commanded the attention and respect by those around him but when he asked her to dance and she looked into his beautiful hazel eyes and saw his long eye lashes, she knew there would be no one else. They were married shortly after and had a true love affair until his untimely death at 59 in 1990. They were such a handsome couple and people would literally step aside when they were on the dance floor to watch them together.When she married our dad and he moved her to this area, it was a huge adjustment for her, but they started their family, she got her driver’s license and they had the best parties with the most amazing friends. Mom worked part-time as the first bilingual Teller at the Ellenville National Bank for many years and then left banking to become an Orthodontist Assistant in Kerhonkson until her retirement in 1990. She is still loved and remembered fondly by her bank customers and orthodontic patients for her kindness, her physical beauty and her humor.Mom enjoyed crocheting and actually made over 50 personalized afghans to be treasured for every family member as well as a few special people who touched her life. She loved to go to bingo on Tuesday’s where she would see friends and get out of the house for a few hours. But….her favorite past time was Scrabble. Mom didn’t care if you were 10 years old, never played the game before or had a doctorate degree, she played to win and always loved a challenge. If you came to visit, you can be sure that the Scrabble board was coming out and you had better be ready to play.There were five of us, four daughters: Linda Hostelley of Delaware, Lillian Constant of Roscoe, Lisa (Bruce) Hansen of Accord and Laura (Frank) Battaglino of Maryland. She is predeceased by our handsome and talented brother: Louis Padilla, Jr. who died in 1995. Our family is also blessed with eight grandchildren: Eric (Casey) Miller, Louis (Michelle) Miller, Jaclyn (Darin) Day, Chris (Kendra) Constant, Alexandra (Michael Masci) Gil, Frank (Brittany) Battaglino Jr., Gabriel (Mercedes) Battaglino and Anthony Battaglino as well as 15 great grandchildren leaving an incredible legacy that will continue to grow.Our mom, also known as Nana, loved God and her family before all else. She was thrilled every time there was a new birth and there was no one prouder than her of how we all turned out.In addition to mom’s parents, husband and son, she was predeceased by an infant sister, Lillian de Jesus; one infant grandson, Michael J. Miller; her brother, Hector de Jesus; and two sons-in-law, James Hostelley and Russell Constant.Our family would like to acknowledge two special people: her dear friend for many, many years, Sally Shults and her "bonus daughter" Ursela "Cookie" Nesbitt both of whom she loved forever and who will miss her terribly.In lieu of flowers, we ask that you make a donation in her name to the Shawangunk Senior Center, 70 Main Street, Napanoch, NY 12458 where she spent many hours, laughed a lot and occasionally won. Services provided jointly by Harris Funeral Home of Roscoe, NY and HB Humiston Funeral Home of Kerhonkson, NY. Visitation will be held on Sunday, March 3, 2024 from 4PM-6PM at HB Humiston Funeral Home, 30 42nd Street, Kerhonkson, NY. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday, March 4, 2024 at 10 AM in St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, 1017 Keator Avenue, Rosendale, NY. Father Kevin Malick will officiate. Burial will follow at the Pine Bush Cemetery in Kerhonkson.

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Howard A. Traudt

Nov 01, 1933 - Feb 24, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Rhinebeck – Howard A. Traudt, 90, a lifetime resident of Rhinebeck, passed away at his home peacefully on February 24, 2024. Born in Rhinebeck on November 1, 1933, he was the son of the late Louis and Etta (Brundage) Traudt. After graduating from the Rhinebeck School District, he honorably served in the US Army during Korea. On January 8, 1956, after meeting on a blind date, Howard married the love of his life, Madelon “Lonnie” Napoli. Together they remained in Rhinebeck, raising their four sons, Howard, Gerard, Roland, and Thomas while Howard worked for the Rhinebeck Post Office. He retired after almost 39 years of postal service. Lonnie predeceased Howard in 2022. Howard attended the Good Shepherd Church in Rhinebeck for many years alongside his wife and only recently was he baptized Catholic. He was also an active member of the Montgomery Post #429, the Rhinebeck V.F.W. 9255, a Chairman for the Cub Scouts, and was a beloved Little League Coach in Rhinebeck for many years in addition to being an avid bowler. Howard is survived by his four sons and their families; Howard, and his wife Luciana Traudt; Gerard, and his fiancée Rebecca Hanlon; Roland, and Victoria Marks; Thomas, and his wife Kimberly; 15 grandchildren, Bianca (Jon) Nix, Nicholas Traudt, Sarah (Jonathan) Fernandez, Evan (Jessica) Traudt, Hannah (Nathan) DiRenzo, Emma Traudt, Schuyler (Kerri) Traudt, Miranda (Grant) Traudt, Kristina (Kevin) Traudt, Aggie (Garrett) Traudt, Elinor Traudt (Angel), Jillien Traudt, Natalie Traudt, Amelia Traudt and Sadie Traudt; and 17 great grandchildren. In addition to his wife, Howard was predeceased by his parents Louis and Etta; his brothers Harold, Roland, Glen and Warren; and a sister Thelma Pink. Calling Hours will be held at the Dapson-Chestney Funeral Home, 51 W. Market St., Rhinebeck, NY, on Friday March 1 from 4 PM to 7 PM. The Montgomery Post #429 will offer a service at 6PM during calling hours. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at the Good Shepherd Church in Rhinebeck on Saturday March 2 at 11 am with Fr. Jeff Mauer officiating. Burial with Military Honors will follow Mass at the Rhinebeck Cemetery. Memorial donations in honor of Howard Traudt can be made to the Good Shepherd Church, 3 Msgr. Joy Plaza, Rhinebeck or to the American Legion Post #429, PO Box 429, Rhinebeck.

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Doris Jean Traver

Nov 08, 1926 - Feb 20, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

On February 20, 2024, at Northern Dutchess Hospital, Doris Jean Traver, 97 went to Heaven to reunite with the love of her life. She was born on November 8, 1926, at home on Canoe Hill Road in the Town of Washington to the late Charles W Chase and Mary C. (Green) Chase. She was the youngest of 11 Children. Doris grew up in the Town of Clinton on a farm. She attended a one room schoolhouse (Spooky Hollow) and attended high School at F.D. Roosevelt On April 6, 1946, she married the love of her life at St. Paul’s Wurtenburg Church to David B. Traver who predeceased her on January 6, 1981. She loved her family time especially Sunday Dinners and Holidays. Doris loved to cook and bake and could make something out of nothing. Survivors include her 4 children: David B. (Shirley) Traver, Jr; Mary J. (Louis) Zwecker; Elizabeth A. (Jonathan) and Doris R. Mizzio. She was grandmother to 8 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, 2 great-great granddaughters and one more great-great granddaughter due in June; she is also survived by many nieces and nephews and their families. The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses, techs and hospice comfort care for taking wonderful care of our wonderful loving mother while at Northern Dutchess Hospital. There will be church services at 1pm on Monday February 26, 2024, at the Pleasant Plains Presbyterian Church, 2 Fiddlers Bridge Road Staatsburg, NY 12580 with burial to follow at the Schutzville Cemetery 1192 Centre Road Rhinebeck NY, (Town of Clinton) Arrangements have been entrusted to Joseph J. Darrow Sr. Funeral Home, Inc 39 So. Hamilton Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. (845)452-1840. To Send online condolences please visit our website at www.darrowfuneralhome.org In Lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made the St Jude’s Hospital, To to the family or in memory of Doris Jean Traver, please

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Doris Jean Traver

Nov 08, 1926 - Feb 20, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

On February 20, 2024, at Northern Dutchess Hospital, Doris Jean Traver, 97 went to Heaven to reunite with the love of her life. She was born on November 8, 1926, at home on Canoe Hill Road in the Town of Washington to the late Charles W Chase and Mary C. (Green) Chase. She was the youngest of 11 Children. Doris grew up in the Town of Clinton on a farm. She attended a one room schoolhouse (Spooky Hollow) and attended high School at F.D. Roosevelt On April 6, 1946, she married the love of her life at St. Paul’s Wurtenburg Church to David B. Traver who predeceased her on January 6, 1981. She loved her family time especially Sunday Dinners and Holidays. Doris loved to cook and bake and could make something out of nothing. Survivors include her 4 children: David B. (Shirley) Traver, Jr; Mary J. (Louis) Zwecker; Elizabeth A. (Jonathan) and Doris R. Mizzio. She was grandmother to 8 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, 2 great-great granddaughters and one more great-great granddaughter due in June; she is also survived by many nieces and nephews and their families. The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses, techs and hospice comfort care for taking wonderful care of our wonderful loving mother while at Northern Dutchess Hospital. There will be church services at 1pm on Monday February 26, 2024, at the Pleasant Plains Presbyterian Church, 2 Fiddlers Bridge Road Staatsburg, NY 12580 with burial to follow at the Schutzville Cemetery 1192 Centre Road Rhinebeck NY, (Town of Clinton) Arrangements have been entrusted to Joseph J. Darrow Sr. Funeral Home, Inc 39 So. Hamilton Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. (845)452-1840. To Send online condolences please visit our website at www.darrowfuneralhome.org In Lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made the St Jude’s Hospital, To to the family or in memory of Doris Jean Traver, please

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Geraldine Fulling

Dec 31, 1950 - Feb 12, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Geraldine “Gerri” (Squillante) Fulling, 73, of Germantown, peacefully passed away at Ferncliff Nursing Home in Rhinebeck on February 12, 2024, and is now safe in God’s embrace. Gerri was a New Year’s Eve baby, having been born on December 31, 1950, in New York City to Joseph Squillante and Philomena “Faye” Durante. She graduated from Carmel High School in Carmel New York, in 1969. She received a Beautician’s License and achieved a Bachelor’s Degree in accounting.Prior to Germantown, Gerri had lived in Yonkers, Carmel, Red Hook, and Livingston. She owned G & S Energy in Red Hook, was employed by Keil Equipment Company in Livingston for many years and was later employed by Key Bank at the Germantown branch. Gerri enjoyed humor, crocheting, painting, wreath-making, cooking all Italian foods, traveling, winning at the casino, playing Monopoly and spending quality time with her family and friends who will miss her dearly.Gerri is survived by her sister Linda Lauterbach, brothers Joseph, Matthew, Michael, and Robert Squillante, daughter LoriAnn Comerford, sons Thomas Comerford and Daniel Germano, grandchildren Erik Comerford, Daniel (Germano) Otty, George Mahoney III, Kevin Mahoney, Megan Harrington, and Sophie and Benjamin Comerford, multiple nieces, nephews and numerous great grandchildren.At Gerri’s request, the family will host a Celebration of Life at 12:30pm on March 9th, 2024, at Savona's Trattoria & Bar located at 7249 S. Broadway, Red Hook, NY 12571. All of Gerri’s friends, family and loved ones are invited to join as we celebrate her beautiful life.

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David Baldauf

May 10, 1928 - Feb 20, 2024

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Rhinebeck, NY

Rhinebeck - David Baldauf completed his earthly journey on February 20, 2024, at the age of 95. His Christian faith and commitment to stewarding the earth’s resources shaped his career choices, lifestyle, and public and Christian service. He passed away peacefully, surrounded by family. Preceding him in death were his parents, Alfred and Helen, and his brother and his wife, Milton and Margaret. Dave was a devoted husband to Marion for 68 years and a loving father and father-in-law to Susan (Mark Wright), Jane (Brian Lucia), Daniel (Alicia), and James (Lori). He developed special relationships with his grandchildren: Aaron and Sarah Lucia, Jonathan and Taira Baldauf, Aubrey and Tristan Baldauf and Christopher Goudy. His life was enriched by friends. Though his loss is immeasurable, so is the love and legacy he left behind. David served in the US Navy as an electronics engineer. He earned a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University. He began working at IBM when it was a pioneer in computers and worked there for 35 years. The highlight for him was managing the space navigations systems for Gemini missions. David shared many recreational activities with his children as a father, which he continued to enjoy even into his 90s: tennis, cross country and downhill skiing, hiking, kayaking, and camping. In retirement, Dave and Marion traveled widely, enjoying life-long educational adventures from ancestry research to snorkeling. He enjoyed all that his community offered, including the symphony, trails, restaurants, history, and sailing. He served Rhinebeck (NY) Reformed Church as Adult study group facilitator for 40 years, Consistory member, committee chair, and he headed up initiatives in Stewardship. He coordinated Caring for Creation, a faith-based perspective on the environment for area churches. Dave was active in the community, serving on the Zoning Board for 30 years and on the Town Master Plan Committee. He was instrumental in the conservation of Burger Hill. He participated in Rhinebeck at Home and volunteered as a caregiver for many years. In his memoirs he professes “being motivated to be the hands and feet of Christ in the world.” While working in the space program during the 1960s he became aware of how fragile the earth’s atmosphere is and how everything interacts with everything else in nature. He kept a photo of Earthrise on his wall. He and his family built a home with solar heat in the 1970s. His faith and commitment to stewarding the earth’s resources shaped his career choices, lifestyle, and public and Christian service. He chose to return his body to the earth at the Natural Burial Ground in Rhinebeck Cemetery, which will take place on Friday, February 23 at 1 pm, 55 Mill Rd., Rhinebeck, NY 12572. We ask for everyone to arrive a few minutes early so we can walk to the gravesite together. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at Rhinebeck Reformed Church on Saturday, February 24th at 11 am. Guests are invited to join the family for food and fellowship afterwards. Memorial gifts may be made in David’s name to High Peaks Hospice, 454 Glen St., Glens Falls, NY 12801, or to the Winnakee Land Trust, Inc., 7 Livingston St., Rhinebeck, NY 12572 or online at www.winnakee.org, please indicate it is for David Baldauf.

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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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