Saints women's squash team falls 9-0 at Williams
St. Lawrence University's women's squash team lost 9-0 at 11th-ranked Williams on Saturday to complete the dual match portion of its schedule and will play in the Howe Cup National Championship competition at Princeton Feb. 18-20.
The Saints, ranked 26th nationally, finish their dual match season with a 3-10 record. Match opponents for the team nationals will be posted later in the week. The Saints are likely to be the second seed in the Epps Cup (D Division) competition.
Saints men's squash team loses 7-2 at Williams
St. Lawrence University's men's squash team lost 7-2 at Williams College on Saturday and will take a 10-8 dual match record into its final match of the regular season, Feb. 19 at home against Vermont.
The Saints, ranked 13th nationally, had several outstanding matches against the 11th-ranked Williams team with Vir Seth and Thoma Kraft coming away with the Saint wins and Nate Ticho also winning the exhibition match at ten.
Graveside services for 65 year old Brenda J. Sullivan, 35 Riverside Drive, Canton, will be held in the spring at St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Colton. There will be no calling hours or funeral services at this time. Mrs. Sullivan passed away Saturday evening at Canton-Potsdam Hospital.
Mrs. Sullivan is survived by her husband, Gary, Potsdam; her daughter, Susan and James Candiloro, Altamont; her granddaughter, Waverly Candiloro; her sister, Marilyn Gilbo, Arlington, Virginia; and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements for Brian A. Gall, 15 Ridge Street, Norwood, are incomplete at this time with the Buck Funeral Home in Norwood. Mr. Gall passed away Saturday, Feb. 12, at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester. The Buck Funeral Home is serving the family of Brian A. Gall.
Mrs. Cynthia P. “Cindy Bear” Terrance Smoke, 54, of 8 State Route 37, passed away on Saturday afternoon, February 12, 2011, surrounded by her family at Fletcher-Allen Medical Center, Burlington, where she had been admitted earlier in the day.
Funeral Services for Joseph G. Riley, 77, formerly of East Ave Massena will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday ( February 16, 2011) at the Phillips Memorial Home, Massena with Rev. Jeff Aiosa officiating and Deacon James Hotte co-officiating.
The family will be receiving friends and family on Tuesday (February 15, 2011) from 6-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment will be at the Pine Grove Cemetery, Norfolk in the spring. Joseph died Saturday (February 12, 2011) at the St. Regis Nursing Home, Massena.
Sandra E. Marrama, age 62, of Brushton, and formerly of Burlington, MA died on Friday, February 11, 2011.
Sandra was born in Somerville, MA on January 15, 1949 the daughter of the late John and Rita Kenney McGinness. She graduated from Burlington High School. Sandra worked for Bellofram Electronics Company as an assembler of Electronics. She worked for the family business, flooring contracting as an accountant.
In her free time, Sandra enjoyed knitting a variety of items and donating to different charities. In 1968 she was united in marriage to Richard J. Marrama.
Marion E. Ashley, age 88, of Moira, and a resident of the Alice Hyde Nursing Home in Malone passed away on Sunday, February 13, 2011.
Marion was born on January 19, 1923 in Fort Covington, the daughter of the late Ernest and Ruth Griffin Ashley. She attended Country School in Fort Covington. For many years she drove tractor trailer in the southern states. She enjoyed crocheting, fishing, and puzzle books. Marion was a member of the Cooks Corners Wesleyan Church.
Lora Marie Foster, beloved wife and mother went home to be with the Lord on February 12, 2011 at the Alice Hyde Medical Center, Malone.
She was born in Brushton on July 21, 1925, the daughter of the late Ray and Bertha Whitman Saxton. Lora graduated as class president and valedictorian from Brushton High School in 1942. She also graduated from Adirondack Commercial School and worked for the railroad Express Agency for a short time.
Patricia Turner of Potsdam continuously works towards the betterment of animals at the Potsdam Animal Shelter. Over the past few years, Pat, along with her husband Peter, has adopted several animals from the shelter. Additionally, Pat has also been fostering animals from the shelter, and has nursed over 60 cats and kittens to good health. An accomplished artist, Pat is also crafting silhouettes using photos of children, pets, landscapes, buildings to benefit the shelter. If you have a picture of it, Mrs. Turner can make it a piece of silhouette art.