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In April 1954, Phyllis married Wawrzyn [Walter] Grzeskowiak, a Polish national who immigrated to the USA after WWII.
Together they had six children over 10 years before separating, and ultimately divorcing in 1974.
Sheldon collected Allis Chalmers and organized the Gathering of the Orange at the NYS Steam Pageant. They first ran a farm on “shares” until 1952, when they purchased and moved to a farm west of Geneva, NY. John, Rachel (David) Smith, and Alicia Rumsey; and his best friends, Nate Scott and Steve Pollock; and many other loving friends.
He had a tractor parts business, related to Allis Chalmers tractors. They also purchased the Noble farm in Seneca Castle, NY in 1959, renaming it Hemdale Farms. 13th) at the Rushville Mennonite Church in the Town of Gorham. He and Pete Nye worked together on the Eagle Project, which brought the Bald Eagle back to New York State. Chris’s in-laws include his mother-in-law, Karen Leach; two sisters-in-law, Stefanie (Randy) Angelo and Viktoria (Jose Alicea) Leach; his uncle Phillip (Catherine) Hackett; a very special “Squishy”; and his wife’s grandmother, Kay Hackett.
From a young age when she and her sister sang regularly on a local radio station, to her ability to play the piano and guitar by ear, to her time as the lead singer in a local country cover band called The Marauders [1970s], to the more recent assistance she gave in organizing Finger Lakes-area Blue Grass performances, music fed her heart.
A graduate of Waterloo High School , and after partially-completing a training program through the Rochester School of Licensed Practical Nursing at Genesee Hospital in the 1960s, she went on to earn an AS degree in Psychology and Sociology [CCFL,1978] and a BS degree in Community and Human Services [Empire State College, 1982].
Tom was the son of the late George and Ethel Wilkie. Tom is survived by his wife, Ellen Porter Wilkie; son, Ronald (Valerie) Wilkie; daughter, Kathleen Wilkie; three grandchildren, Rebecca Wilkie, Tyler Wilkie and Matt Campo; and brothers, Phillip (Carol) Wilkie and George W. Jerry is survived by his wife, Betty Dillon Johnston; son, William (Wendy) Van Sickle; daughter, Lori (Chris Anderson) Sutton; four grandchildren, Cara, Dillon, Madison and Ethan; brother, Robert Johnston; and several nieces and nephews. Then he and his wife bought and ran the Old Mill House Restaurant in Gorham for 10 years.
He enjoyed planting trees, pulling brush, mowing lawn and working on the land. He also enjoyed traveling with his camper and traveled through all the Provinces of Canada, and in retirement to Florida in the winter. Ronald retired from Tobins First Prize Meats after being a salesman for 27 years.
The last few years of their marriage were spent in a house they built next to this farm. (Patty) Thompson and Kenneth Randall (Margaret) Thompson; four grandchildren, Naomi (AJ) Hanna, Todd Thompson, Michelle Carbone, and Zachary Carbone; one brother, Robert C. Interment will follow in the adjoining Church Cemetery. If you are lucky enough to see a Bald Eagle in New York, think of Mike. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Bellavio is survived by her daughter, Kathleen Snow of Stanley, NY; son, Louis Bellavio of Lincoln Park, NJ; three grandchildren, Heather (Jeremy) Kwitschau, Aaron (Amanda) Snow and Tracy Snow; 8 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. She married Michael Randazzo, April 16, 1977 in Rochester.
The farm is now operated by their son and grandson. 5, 1935 in Macedon, NY; raised in Farmington, NY; enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in February 1953 and discharged as Corporal in February 1956. Thompson was a self-employed tractor trailer operator, leased first to RFC Transport, STL Transport and spent his last 27 years before retirement leased with Concrete Delivery in Rochester, NY. He is survived by his daughter and three sons, Cynthia L. Thompson of Santa Monica, CA; one sister, Connie Reed of Rushville, NY; and several nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be send to a charity that Mike supported, Wounded Warrior Project, P. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675; or to the Stanley Fire Company, P. Box 481, Stanley, NY 14561, where Mike had been a life-time member and former Fire Chief. Mike is survived by his wife of 45 years, Sharon Allen; two sons, Aaron (Coco) Allen of Corbin, KY and Matthew (Sara Bills) Allen of Macedon, NY; two grandchildren, Kaila Marie Allen and Noah Michael Allen; sister, Jana Reavis; nephew, Charles (Stacy) Reavis; "brother", Tom (Ann) Dublin; several brothers and sisters-in-law; and many friends. Debbie is survived by her husband, Richard “Rick” Hamilton; son, Jeremy Hamilton; several grandchildren; one great-grandchild; siblings, Randy (Liz) Gavette, Cathy (Kevin Hunt) Gage, Mark (Donna Parks) Gavette, Dee (Clint) Howell and Susan (Jim) Merit; brother-in-law, Clyde (Audrey) Hamilton; three sisters-in-law, Ruth Kerrick, Mary Stine, and Lois Jackson; and several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. He played the guitar, and was an artist and wood carver. Leslie enjoyed crafts, gardening and her grandchildren.