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Harold W. Clark (1949 – 2019)

HUDSON—It is with great sorrow that the family of Harold Wilson Clark announces his passing after a brief illness, Thursday, July 25, 2019 at the age of 70.

He was born January 20, 1949 in Hudson, to the late Harold W. and Laura (Martin) Clark.

He grew up in Hudson and later served in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War. He was a dreamer, innovator, avid artist, animal enthusiast, husband, father and grandfather.

He is survived by: his wife of 46 years, Deborah; sons, Zachary and Elijah; daughter, Dakota; two grandchildren, Aries and Odin and a sister, Laurie. He was predeceased by his son, Justin and his brother, James.

According to Mr. Clark’s wishes, services will be private at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are with the Raymond E. Bond Funeral Home, 1015 Kinderhook Street, Valatie.

Albert P. Brousseau (1928-2019)

PHILMONT—Albert P. Brousseau, 90, of Philmont died peacefully with family by his side Wednesday, July 17, 2019.

Born September 17, 1928 in Worcester, MA, son of Leo and Lillian Brousseau, he attended Southbridge High School.

He enlisted in the U.S. Army directly from high school as World War II was ending and was a veteran of the Korean War. He went on to attend Cushing Academy and then St. Anselm’s College in Manchester, NH, earning his bachelor’s degree in business administration. He married his beloved wife, Nancy in 1953.

Mr. Brousseau, his wife and young family moved to Philmont in 1964 where he became the vice president of Charter Supply and was a member of the Society of Plastic Engineers. He joined the Philmont Volunteer Fire Company and served in various positions and on many committees for more than 50 years.

He was a former Village Board member, local Boy Scout troop leader and an active member of the Claverack Republican Committee as well as the Minkler-Seery American Legion Post 252. He enjoyed marching in the annual Philmont Memorial Day parade and was recently recognized for his five decades of participation.

He was an avid skier and well-known season-pass holder at Catamount Ski Area, skiing right up until his late 80s. He passed on his love of the sport to his sons and grandchildren.

Mr. Brousseau also enjoyed being associated with the many activities related to his family’s raising of sheep and other livestock on the family farm since 1970. He enjoyed attending local county fairs with his wife and watching his grandchildren show their prized animals at both the Columbia and Dutchess county fairs for many years.

Survivors include: his four sons, Kevin Brousseau (Linda) of Saranac Lake, Robert Brousseau (Joanne) of Philmont, Jay Brousseau (Leah) of Ghent, and Kerry Brousseau (Cynda) of Philmont. He was very proud of his grandchildren, Brendan, Corey, KC, Ashley, Chris, Dustin, Ryan, Kyle, Collin, Megan and his great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his loving wife, Nancy and only sibling, Raymond.

There are no calling hours and services are private at the request of the family. Arrangements are with the Bates & Anderson Funeral Home, 110 Green Street, Hudson. A memorial to celebrate Mr. Brousseau’s life and service as a U.S. veteran will be held at a later date to be determined.

Memorial donations may be made to the Philmont Fire Company.

Ellen G.S. Scott (1923 – 2019)

PHILMONT—Ellen Garinger (Smith) Scott, 95, passed away July 19, 2019 at the Pine Haven Nursing Home after a short illness.

She was born to Alpha and Phebe Garinger Smith at Brooklyn Methodist Hospital August 13, 1923, and grew up in Richmond Hill. She attended Queens College, the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA, and received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University in Manhattan in 1946. She worked as a nursing supervisor, then a professor of nursing at Columbia University for 15 years. Mrs. Scott saw the introduction of the priceless gold powder, penicillin, which was delivered by armored car over the George Washington Bridge, and saved her in later life from a near fatal case of meningitis.

She completed a master’s degree from New York University, and was on the verge of completing her PhD in nursing education when she changed course and married Walter Douglas Scott. He was an engineer, designing power plants for ships and submarines at Newport News, VA. From there they moved to Burlington, VT, where she was assistant director of the School of Nursing, UVM. In 1968 she became the director of the Ellis Hospital School of Nursing in Schenectady, retiring in 1991. Over the course of her nursing career she was responsible for maintaining high standards in nursing education, graduating over 2,000 registered nurses. She encouraged her students to go on to higher education which many did. She lived at her husband’s family home in Fort Edward, and was personally presented an award from Congressman Gerald Solomon for her years of volunteer service to Washington County. She served on the Board of the American Heart Association in Albany and the Baroque Music Festival in Saratoga Springs.

Her interests were reading and learning; space exploration; collecting Fort Edward area 19th century pottery, which she donated to the Old Fort House Museum; raising prize-winning old garden roses; flower arranging; history; playing recorders and piano; Baroque music and bird watching. She had been a Girl Scout, member of the Schenectady Zonta Club, the Alan Devoe Bird Club, the Austerlitz Historical Society, the Schenectady Rose Society, the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), the Harvard Nurses’ Health Study since its start in 1976, and numerous other organizations.

She was predeceased by her husband, Walter Douglas Scott, and her only sibling, a brother, Warren E. Smith.

She is survived by a niece and nephew, several great-nieces and nephews, and many friends including, Nancy Kern of Austerlitz. There will be a private burial in Fort Edward, arranged through the French Gifford Preiter Blasl Funeral Home, 25 Railroad Avenue, Chatham, followed by a later Hendrick Hudson Chapter NSDAR grave-marking ceremony. Donations in her memory may be made to the Alan Devoe Bird Club, P.O. Box 20, Chatham 12037. Condolences may be conveyed at

Mary Kastner (1974 -2019)

HUDSON—Mary Kastner, 44, of Hudson passed away July 21, 2019.

She was born September 10, 1974 to the late Anthony and Helen (Kenyon) Esposito. She worked as a health aide for many years—both at Barnwell Nursing Home and private duty.

Mrs. Kastner is survived by: her husband, Skip; four brothers, Robert Doty, John Doty, Michael Kenyon and George L. Kenyon, III; her close friend, Sandi Craig; many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

She was predeceased by her daughter, Katelyn Danielle Laurange, and her beloved dog, Mickey.

Services will be private and at the convenience of the family. Donations in Mrs. Kastner’s memory may be made to the Columbia-Greene Humane Society.

Arrangements are with the Bates & Anderson – Redmond & Keeler Funeral Home, 110 Green Street, Hudson.

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Jan E. Tarbert (1926 – 2019)

AUSTERLITZ—Late Saturday, July 13, 2019 “our” strong and loving Jan Elizabeth Tarbert passed peacefully, surrounded by family at home in Austerlitz.

She was born July 12, 1926 in Queens, to Bill and Tish McMurdo and was blessed with a pre-planned 93rd birthday party on the actual day.

Mrs. Tarbert, who loved fun, got to be part of everyone she loved celebrating her and her amazing life. Whether in person or on the phone, she received all with a big smile, warm embrace, gratitude and love.

Always with a kind ear to listen, her ageless spirit allowed her to socialize with all age groups. Her children and grandchildren not only looked to her as a mentor, but also as a friend. Her inclusive nature would turn a daughter-in-law into just a daughter.

A trailblazer in so many ways, her fearlessness allowed her to relocate and start anew all over the world. Her creativity and lessons learned from her father gave her the tools to design/build for business and personal life. Mrs. Tarbert’s independent nature and crafty abilities also served her well with her own gift shop in St. Martin and then Anguilla.

Through it all, she would always return to home, to the property her grandfather purchased more than 100 years ago in Austerlitz.

Mrs. Tarbert was predeceased by her sister, Polly Marcek and her husband of more than 40 years, Foard Tarbert. She is survived by: her son and daughter, Robert and Laurie Schierloh; grandchildren, James Schierloh, Daniel Schierloh and Elizabeth Wright; her stepchildren, Bruce and Foard Tarbert, Jr.; her nephew, Cliff Marcek;, niece, Sharon Alsup and cousin of her same age, Vida Nostrand. She lived to see not only her first great-grandchild born, Liam Schierloh, and knew another one is on the way.

She will not only be missed by her family, but the countless friends who became family. Arrangements are with the French, Gifford, Preiter & Blasl Funeral Home, 25 Railroad Avenue, Chatham. Condolences may be conveyed at

John Harvell (1956 – 2019)

LIVINGSTON—John Harvell, 62, of Livingston passed away Saturday, July 20, 2019 at his home surrounded by family.

Born November 19, 1956 in Manhattan, he was the son of the late William and Petrina (Incorvaia) Harvell.

He married Barbara Shaw October 5, 1991 at Good Shepherd Church in Rhinebeck. She survives at their home.

Mr. Harvell was a certified nurse’s aide, employed by The Grand At River Valley Poughkeepsie.

In addition to his wife, Barbara, he is survived by: his sister, Barbara Harvell; his three children, Jessica Gonzalez, James Harvell and Rebekka VanAlphen; his grandchildren, Tyler, Gavin, Dominic, Alessandra, Jayden, Oliver and Austin; in addition to extended family and friends.

He was predeceased by his two brothers, Erik and Rodger Harvell.

Funeral services were held July 25, 2019 at St. Christopher’s Church, Red Hook, with Father Patrick Buckley officiating. Burial was in St. Paul’s Lutheran Cemetery, Red Hook.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718,

Arrangements were under the direction of Burnett & White Funeral Homes, 7461 South Broadway, Red Hook.

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Geraldine A. Bielefeldt (1930 – 2019)

PHILMONT—Geraldine A. Bielefeldt, 89, of Philmont died Saturday, July 13, 2019 at Pine Haven Nursing Home.

Born January 16, 1930 in Germantown, she was a supervisor for Charter Supply Company in Philmont.

She was predeceased by her husband, Ralph Bielefeldt in 1992 and son-in-law, Michael Daly. She is survived by: her son, Ralph (Linda) Bielefeldt of Craryville; daughter, Linda Daly of Claverack; grandchildren and their spouses, Jennifer (Daly) and Shannon Lane, Rosemarie (Daly) and Jon Groner,

Brad and Kelly Bielefeldt, Ryan and Kristen Bielefeldt, Brittany (Bielefeldt) and Jerome Hoffert; great-grandchildren, Parker, Chase, Charlotte and Eloise Bielefeldt, Caitlyn, Alexis, Joseph and Sophie Lane, and Annabel and Michael Groner. Per Mrs. Bielefeldt’s wishes, there will be no funeral services.

Family thanks the staff at the Pine Haven Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for the care and kindness they provided during her stay. Donations in memory of Mrs. Bielefeldt may be made to the Activities Department at the Pine Haven Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Philmont. Arrangements are with the Sacco-McDonald-Valenti Funeral Home, 700 Town Hall Drive, Greenport. To leave online condolences visit

Richard E. Heath (1957 – 2019)

PHILMONT—Richard E. Heath of Philmont died Sunday, July 14, 2019 at his home. He was 61.

Born in Arlington, VA, he was the son of Kenneth Heath of Philmont and the late Betty Lou (Wasner) Heath. After high school, Mr. Heath earned his bachelor degree in electrical engineering. He was an electrical engineer for Bell Laboratories in Chicago, IL, and Siemens International.

He loved his feline friends including his cat, Beautiful. In addition to his father, he is survived by: three sisters, Sandra Grogan (Jack) of Albany, Joanne Bobb of Savannah, GA, and Angela White (George) of Philmont, as well as several nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to the Columbia-Greene Humane Society/SPCA, 111 Humane Society Road, Hudson 12534 or a charity of one’s choice.

A Memorial Service will be announced at a later date. Arrangements are with the Sacco-McDonald-Valenti Funeral Home, 700 Town Hall Drive, Greenport. To leave online condolences visit

Lenora M. Gabriel (1937 – 2019)

GHENT—Lenora M. Gabriel of Ghent died peacefully in the early morning, Wednesday July 24, 2019 at Whittier Nursing Home. She was 81.

Born in Coxsackie July 27, 1937, she was the daughter of the late Leroy and Marie (Stacy) Millett.

Mrs. Gabriel was a seamstress at Melo in Stuyvesant for several years and Reilly Company. She was predeceased by her beloved husband, Joseph Gabriel, Sr., in 2016.

She is survived by: her daughter, Judy Gregory (Larry); her son, Joseph Gabriel, Jr. and partner (Eileen Digan and her son Shane); grandchildren, Larry Gregory IV (Amanda), Rebecca Handford (Joe), Joseph Gabriel III (Claire), Nicholas Gabriel, Sarah Miller (Jake); great-grandchildren, Isabella and J.P. Handford, Lucas Gregory, Ava and Hailee Miller.

A Mass of Christian Burial took place July 27 at the Church of St. Joseph, Stuyvesant Falls, with Fr. George Fleming officiating. Burial followed in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Stuyvesant Falls. Arrangements were with the Sacco-McDonald-Valenti Funeral Home, 700 Town Hall Drive, Greenport. To leave online condolences visit

Brandon S. Pitcher (1992 – 2019)

CHATHAM—Brandon Scott Pitcher, 27, of Chatham passed away unexpectedly Saturday, July 27, 2019.

He was born to Robert and Lynette Pitcher May 6, 1992.

He enjoyed racing and starting racing go-carts at the age of 8 at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway. He then moved on to the sportsman division. He recorded several wins in both carting and the sportsman division. He started in the 358 modified division a few years back and had several very impressive finishes this season, looking for sure like he was going to get his first 358 modified win. He had the passion for racing like his dad, and they would spend hours together at their race shop working on their cars to compete.

Mr. Pitcher was taking a week off to rebuild his engine “when this tragedy took him from us.” Like his father and grandfather before him, he was a natural mechanic and tinkerer, fixing anything he came across from motorcycles to heavy machinery, first working for the family business, Ryder Trucking, and most recently with Bervy Excavation. He was especially proud of attaining his associate’s degree as an automotive technician from Columbia-Greene Community College.

Mr. Pitcher was an enthusiastic member of his community, coaching the Chatham Varsity Volleyball team. He always had an open heart and a helping hand to give to anyone in need.

As passionate as he was about racing, his family meant the world to him. His best friend and high school sweetheart, Brittany Elaine Cornelius was the love of his life, along with their son Wyatt, and baby expected in January. Mr. Pitcher enjoyed sharing his passion of mechanics with Wyatt. They spent many hours building blocks, putting race car tracks together, and playing cars. Wyatt loved spending time at the race car shop with his dad to get ready for Saturday night racing at Lebanon Valley Speedway.

Mr. Pitcher enjoyed cooking, Wednesday night family dinners at the Cornelius’, and watching the New York Giants football on Sundays. He brought so much joy to everyone he was around. He was a ray of sunshine that will shine on forever.

In addition to his parents, Robert and Lynette, he is survived by: his fiancée and lifetime partner, Brittany Elaine Cornelius; his brother, Robert (Britney); sister, Robyn (Jordan); grandparents, Michele and Rudy Perini; many uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his paternal grandparents, William and Ruth Pitcher.

Calling hours will be held Thursday, August 1, 2019 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Wenk Funeral Home, 21 Payn Avenue, Chatham. Send online condolences at In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to an account at the Bank of Greene County “FBO Pitcher Family” for the benefit of his children. There is also a link to a GoFundMe page for the family on the “Pitcher’s Motorsports #17” Facebook page.

Shirley A. Dunn (1958 – 2019)

HUDSON—Shirley Ann Dunn of Hudson was called home to glory, Friday, July 19, 2019.

She was the daughter of Mary F. McKinnon and the late Alex McKinnon, born March 11, 1958 in Bennettsville, South Carolina.

She was a devoted daughter, wife and mother. She was never the type to hold her tongue and not state what was on her mind. Her loving heart was demonstrated in her nursing career for more than 20 years. The love of her children was insurmountable. Her soulmate of 24+ years was also a focal point of her life. Mrs. Dunn’s “addicting personality and heart was pleasure.” She enjoyed interacting and assisting those around her. She was vibrant and energetic. Her favorite hobbies were taking long drives and thrift shopping. Dining out with her daughter, Latisha was frequent pleasure. Mrs. Dunn will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

She was preceded in death by her father, Alex McKinnon. She leaves to cherish her memory: her husband, Accent Dunn; mother, Mary F. McKinnon; her children, Tarshina Tolson (Eric Tolson), Latisha Diaz, Rafael Diaz, Joseph Diaz (Inita Griffin), Juanita Diaz, Carrol Dunn, Gary Dunn, Benji Dunn, Sharmine Dunn and Lisa Dunn; brother, Gerry A. McKinnon; sister, Michelle McKinnon; sisters and brothers-in-law, Carol Dunn, Clifton Dunn, Rodman Dunn, Kenton Dunn; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews; aunts; uncles and a host of family and friends.

Funeral services were July 28, 2019 at the Sacco-McDonald-Valenti Funeral Home, 700 Town Hall Drive, Greenport. To leave online condolences visit

Hazel M. Szafran (1928 – 2019)

HUDSON—Hazel M. Szafran, 90, of Hudson passed away Sunday, July 28, 2019.

Born October 3, 1928 in Hudson, she was the daughter of William and Ethel (Austin) Lansing.

She retired from the Hudson City School District after 20 years in food service. A lifelong Hudson resident, she was also a member of the Hudson Elks Lodge Ladies Auxiliary.

Mrs. Szafran loved to be around her family and her many friends. She enjoyed dancing, bingo, and bus trips to the casino.

Left to cherish her memory are: three sons, Paul Szafran of Hudson, Bruce Szafran of Greensboro, NC, Richard Szafran of Huntersville, NC; daughter, Lynn Szafran of Hudson; her sister, Betty Sigler; nine grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, Mrs. Szafran was predeceased by her husband, Paul J. Szafran; siblings, William Lansing, Clara Lansing, Patricia Snyder and Edna Beecher.

Funeral services from the Bates & Anderson-Redmond & Keeler Funeral Home, 110 Green Street, Hudson, are Friday, August 2 at 1 p.m. Visitation hours at the funeral home are Thursday evening, August 1 from 4 to 7 p.m. Interment will be in Cedar Park Cemetery. To leave an online condolence visit

John A. Yusko (1941 – 2019)

CARY, NC—John A. Yusko, 77, passed away July 28, 2019 in Cary, North Carolina after a courageous battle with cancer.

He was born November 4, 1941 in Hudson and graduated from Hudson High School’s class of 1959.

He was predeceased by his parents, Michael and Amelia (Marchionne) Yusko.

Mr. Yusko is survived by: his loving wife of 54 years, Lucinda (Greene) Yusko; sons, Michael John of Spring Hill, FL, David (Sharon) Yusko, and the “Apple of his Eye” granddaughter, Nicole of Apex, NC; brothers, Michael (Maureen Gaschel) Yusko, Jr., and Robert (Gisele Jornov) Yusko; his loving aunt, Anna (Marchionne) Morrison; numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

Mr. Yusko worked side-by-side with his mother and father in their family-owned business, Lawrence Tavern and the LuJon Lounge before taking a sales position with Colony Liquor Distributors in Kingston. He was employed there for 34 years before retiring to Cary, NC.

He was always concerned with the youth in the community and dedicated more than 30 years to the Hudson Elks Little League as a coach/manager, member of the Board of Directors and treasurer.

Mr. Yusko is a life-member of the Hudson Elks Club, and served in the Army National Guard.

He loved sports, was a huge Giants fan and while in North Carolina became an avid fan of North Carolina state sports.

He was always the first to say “hello” to those within listening distance. He was loved and will be missed by all who came to know him.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday, August 2, 10 a.m. from Holy Trinity St. Mary’s Parish in Hudson. Interment will be in the family plot in Cedar Park Cemetery. Visitation hours are Thursday, August 1 at the Bates & Anderson-Redmond & Keeler Funeral Home, 110 Green Street, Hudson from 4 to 7 p.m. To leave an online condolence visit

Raymond S. Koskowski, Sr. (1925 – 2019)

HUDSON—Raymond S. Koskowski, Sr., 93, of Hudson passed away July 29, 2019.

Born September 8, 1925 in Stottville, he was the son of Francizsek and Mary (Tobancyznski) Koskowski.

“Ray” was employed by the Hudson Knitting Mills prior to being drafted into the United States Navy. He served from 1944 to 1946 and earned an honorable discharge as a seaman first class. After his naval service, he was employed for more than 30 years with the Laborer’s Union #1000 out of Poughkeepsie. Upon retirement from construction, Mr. Koskowski became one of the original City of Hudson mini bus drivers, serving the City of Hudson for more than 15 years.

He was an avid New York Yankees and Giants fan. He was a life-member of Hudson Elks Lodge #787, the VFW, American Legion, and Federation of Polish Sportsmen. Once in a while, he loved to enjoy a horse race, a card game and a good glass of Scotch.

Mr. Koskowski is survived by: his children, Raymond (Gina) Koskowski, Jr., Franciszek (Joanne) Koskowski, Maria (Terry) Proper and Vickie Cupertino; granddaughters, Kristin Koskowski, Jennifer Paone and Jacie Celone; great-grandchildren, Natalie Zempko, Joey Paone, Carter and Jaxtyn Moore; one brother, Marion Koskowski; two nieces, Barbara (Andy) Juliano and Theresa Harrigan; several other nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, Mr. Koskowski was predeceased by his wife, Reida (Winters) Koskowski and brothers, Stanley, John, Adam, Edward and Hank Koskowski.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Thursday, August 1, 10 a.m. from Holy Trinity St. Mary’s Parish in Hudson. Interment will be in Cedar Park Cemetery. Visitation hours at the Bates & Anderson-Redmond & Keeler Funeral Home, 110 Green Street, Hudson are Wednesday, July 31 from 4 to 7 p.m. Visit to leave an online condolence.

Carol J.B. Pynchon (1929 – 2019)

HAMPDEN, MA—Carol Jean (Brusie) Pynchon, 89, passed away July 23, 2019 in Hampden, MA.

Born July 30, 1929 in Sharon, CT, to Ralph and Wilma (Cook) Brusie, she grew up on the family farm, Webutuck Spring Farm in Millerton.

Upon graduation from Roeliff Jansen School in Hillsdale, she moved to Albany where she graduated from Mildred Elley Secretarial School in 1947. She later became employed at U.S. Plywood, where she met her future husband, John D. Pynchon.

They married in Millerton July 20, 1952. Together they raised four children: John B. Pynchon of Rockport, MA, Susan C. Pynchon of Amherst, MA, Thomas R. Pynchon of Canton and Nancy A. Pynchon of Nashua, NH.

Mrs. Pynchon worked for many years as executive secretary of the United Way of Greater Hartford, CT, prior to retiring and traveling with her beloved husband, John. Trips to visit with her husband’s family in Hawaii and Cape Cod, MA, were always special.

Mrs. Pynchon fondly shared her childhood experiences on the farm with her children as they grew up, by often visiting family in Millerton, exposing them to a true working farm, and proudly showing off the one-room schoolhouse she and her siblings attended. She cherished spending time with her grown children, their families, and experiencing the joys of her 10 grandchildren. She was an avid gardener and took pride in her landscaped backyard, which flourished with flowers and plants. She was a past president of the Enfield Women’s Club, and a member of the Enfield Congregational Church. She was a talented knitter and quilter and took pride in making each grandchild a beautiful quilt or blanket upon birth and in making Christmas tree skirts and stockings for all her children’s homes. She filled her home with flow blue China that was displayed alongside the many antique clocks that her husband had restored.

Mrs. Pynchon was preceded in death by husband, John; sister, Mary; brother-in-law, Robert DeGroff and sister-in-law, Louise Brusie. She is survived by her loving four children; daughter-in-law, Carol Smith Pynchon (Tom); 10 grandchildren, John, Henry, James, Joe, Drew, David, Lindy, JulieAnne, Carrie and Madilyn; two great-grandchildren, John and Lillian; siblings, Orrin, John and Kathryn (Brusie) Colclough and brother-in-law, George Colclough.

A private celebration of Mrs. Pynchon’s life will be held in Millerton.

She lived. She loved. She laughed. She will be missed.

Donations may be made in Mrs. Pynchon’s name to the Northeast-Millerton Library, P.O. Box 786 Millerton 12546 or to the GFWC Woman’s Club of Enfield Inc., GFWC of Enfield, P.O. Box 80, Enfield, CT, 06083. Local arrangements are under the direction of the Scott D. Conklin Funeral Home, 37 Park Avenue, Millerton. To send an online condolence visit

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