Hilton: Born May 20, 1930 died peacefully September 13, 2014. Predeceased by husband, Donald, parents James and Emma Carroll, sisters Florence Bower and Kathleen Eberhard, and brother Jack Carroll.
She will be lovingly remembered by daughters, Deborah (Dale) Latta, Dawn (Ira) King, and Beverly Bateman; 7 grandchildren, Shane (Andrea) Chapin, Shawn (Liza) Voos, Eric (Julianne) King, Lisa (Gary) Palumbo, Brittany Schwalm (Jerrod Chandler), Laura King (Jimmy Ramirez), Brooke (Robert) Hibbitt, and 17 great grandchildren. Siblings James (Barbara) Carroll, Patricia Cody, Ruth (Phil Messina), Marylou (Mike) Buck and several neices and nephews, especially loving niece, Sue Leous and special friend Steph Carse.
Per Jean's wishes, a private service will be held in Buffalo, NY.
Brockport: Peacefully Sept. 11, 2014. Predeceased by her husband, Clayton, 1968. Survived by her children, Daniel (Jane) Kanous, Lorry (Bill) Rybak; her brothers, Bill (Nancy), Jim (Barb), Dave & Don Slaght; sisters-in-law, Ida Webster, Naomi Strassner, Dixie & Carol Slaght; grandchildren, Julie, Jennifer, and John; nieces, nephews and "cousins by the dozens;" also predeceased by her sisters, Irene Slaght and Jean DeRycke; her brothers, Leon & Ray Slaght.
Friends are invited to call SUNDAY 4-7 at the THOMAS E. BURGER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 735 East Ave., Hilton. Funeral Service MON. at 10:30 at Ogden Baptist Church. Interment Parma Union Cemetery. Those wishing may contribute to her Church Memorial Fund or Spencerport Community Chorus in her memory.
Hilton: Suddenly Sept. 10, 2014. Dan Senkala, 35, Predeceased by his father, Michael, 2003. Loving father of Alina and Delilah. Also survived by his mother, Bonnie Senkala; his twin sister, Barbara Senkala; aunts, Bernice Fess, Dorthy Pitt, Eileen Brookman (Isaac Keller); his uncle, Roger (Carol) Clark; several nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends.
Dan continued to work part-time at Kelly's Apple Farm. He started working at Kelly's picking apples when he was 13. By age 16, Dan was running the cider press. He often worked long hours at Kelly's -- making pies and breads and donuts in the morning. Many times he came home covered in flour and gobs of shortening on his shoes. Dan had a love of farm land and everything that came with farming -- driving tractors, planting crops, etc. On a smaller scale, he had a cactus collection and grew flowers from seed that he planted in front of his house. Dan enjoyed his home -- from mowing the lawn, attending his pond, riding his golf cart around his property, and providing a fun place for his daughters and friends.
Dan became interested in tropical fish and had a 120-gallon tank. This became a favorite hobby, and he loved taking care of his fish and coral and enjoyed the Rochester Reef Community. Other interests included teaching himself to play the saxophone, taking pictures on his Canon Rebel, collecting toys, making hard cider and downhill skiing. Dan acquired a love of flying from his Dad and began a journey of obtaining a pilot's license. Dan was an avid Pink Floyd fan and traveled the world and USA attending concerts. He was a first-time dog owner of Wally Bigalow! Wally even has his own Facebook page. Dan was adventurous and recently went skydiving. It was an amazing experience and something he always dreamed of doing.
Among his favorite places: Tackles on the Bay, Nick Tahoe's, LDR Char Pit, Schaller's, Jose Joe's, and Docksider's.
Dan was born with a strong work ethic that was with him all his life. He was a machinist and an excellent mechanic. Dan could practically fix anything. He was always willing to help a friend or family.
Dan was thrilled to become a father to Alina and Delilah. He cooked, cleaned, helped with homework, and took the girls to parks and fun places. He loved being a Dad! The girls will forever be in his heart. Along with being a father, he was an amazing brother and son - always introducing Barb as his baby sister even when they were only one minute apart in age. Dan, you truly were the Man. We will miss you very much. You touched all of our lives with your upbeat attitude and always wearing a smile, and you'll be forever in our hearts!
Calling hours, September 16, from 5-9. Funeral and Service to be held Wednesday September 17, 11AM at The Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home, Inc., 785 East Ave, Hilton, followed by Internment at the Parma Union Cemetery. Those wishing may contribute to Senkala Children Education Fund, PO Box 745, Hilton, NY. 14468 in Dan's memory.
Hilton: Sept. 9, 2014. Edward Waz, 89. Predeceased by his wife, Marion, 1997 and his son, Edward, 1966. Survived by his children, Thomas (Margaret), Daniel (Koreen), Timothy (Lori) Waz, Mary Sue (Dean) Goodwin; grandchildren, Ellen, Anna, Erin, Graig, and Kaitlyn Waz, Benjamin & Brianna Goodwin; his great-grandson, Cameron Waz.
Friends are invited to call MON. 5-8 at the Thomas E Burger Funeral Home, INC., 735 East Ave., Hilton, where a Service will be held TUES. at 11 AM. Internment Parma Union Cemetery. Those wishing may contribute to Brockport Elks or Hilton Ambulance in Ed's Memory.
Hilton: Sept. 5, 2014, age 78. Predeceased by wife, Mary; son, James; & sister, Janet Aman. Survived by daughters, Sherry (Frank) Rock, & Lisa (Mark) Casilio; grandchildren, Nicole, Melanie, Michael, Ashley, & Katie; 9 great-grandchildren; several nieces & nephews.
Family & friends are invited to call Tues., 4-8PM at the THOMAS E. BURGER FUNERAL HOME, 735 East Ave., Hilton, where a Service will be held Wed., 10AM. Interment to follow in Parma Union Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to American Diabetes, 160 Allens Creek Rd., Roch., NY 14618.
Hilton: Sept. 5, 2014, age 93. Predeceased by brother, John & sister, Faith Dawes; and brother-in-law, Harry Bock. Survived by sister, Monica Bock; and several nieces & nephews. Joan was a graduate of Nazareth College.
A Funeral Mass will be held on Thursday at 11 AM at St. Leo Church, Hilton. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Lollypop Farm, 99 Victor Rd., Fairport 14450. Arrangements entrusted to Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home
Greece: Aug. 31, 2014, Jane Herring, 90. Predeceased by her loving husband, Donald W. and her honored son, Donald R. Herring; her parents, James and Alice Griffin; sisters, Virginia Scott and Patricia Brown and her brother, Robert Griffin. Survived by her daughters, Lyn Morgan, Catherine DeMay, and Janice (Mike) Kiley; daughter-in-law, Maureen Herring; sister, Margaret Macdonald; sister-in-law, Pearl Mathis; grandchildren, Todd (Donna) Morgan, Tracy Morgan, Timothy (Kelly Schneider) Morgan, Beth (Paul) Parsons, Robb Ballard, Shannon Kiley, Patrick (Anita) Herring, Matthew (Jess Heiser) Herring; great-grandchildren Kacy, Morgan, Shane, Shaylee, Ian, Gavin, Alina, and Andrew; several nieces and nephews. Jane loved all kinds of crafts, quilting, sewing, crocheting, knitting, and tatting; but most of all she was a loving mother, wife, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend. She will be sorely missed, but happy for her to join Dad as another of our Angels.
Friends are invited to call SAT., Sept. 6th, 2-4 at the THOMAS E. BURGER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 735 East Ave., Hilton, where a Service will be held at 4 after calling. Private interment, Falls Cemetery. Those wishing may contribute to Edna Tina Wilson Living Center, or Lifetime Hospice in her memory.
Brockport: Aug. 27, 2014. Bertha Kastberg, 103. Born July 3, 1911 in Lake Placid, NY. She was predeceased by her "great guy", Orla (Al) Kastberg and daughter-in-law, Mary Liz Kastberg. She is survived by her "four great kids", Anton (Jackie) Kastberg, Karen (Larry) Reel, Jan (Anne) Kastberg and Signe Kastberg; 8 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. "Billie" as many knew her, lived most of her life outside Schuylerville, NY. She was a generous lady known for always having homemade cookies in her cookie jar. She will be missed by many.
No prior calling. A Family Graveside Service will be held at Glen Falls Cemetery.
Hamlin: August 26, 2014. Predeceased by his granddaughter, Stephanie Warren. Survived by his wife, Betty; daughters, Vicki Leverenz, Valerie (Steve) Warren, Kelly Leverenz (Dave Willis); grandchildren, Randi (Patrick) Maloney, CJ Wolck, Renee & Hilary Warren, Andrew & Haley Willis; great-grandchildren, Morgan & Ryan Maloney; his sister, Yvonne (Richard) Alexander; sister-in-law, Mary (Charlie) Depew; brother-in-law, Gary (Jackie) Wolf; nieces, Yvette Alexander and Alissa (Giovanni) Wolf; nephews, Jeffrey (Tracey) Wolf, Karl (Carrie) Alexander and great nephew, Zach Alexander.
The family extends special thanks to the ICU team and Dr. Everett Porter at Strong Memorial Hospital.
No prior calling. Family and friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service, SUN. Sept. 7th at 3 PM at St. John Lutheran Church. Flowers gratefully declined. Contributions may be made to the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center or St. John Lutheran Church in Chuck's memory
Hamlin: On August 21, 2014 after a long illness at the age of 57. He's survived by his wife of 30 years, Martha; sons, Adam and James; his mother, Margaret Henshaw (predeceased by his father, Ross in 2006), also survived by brothers, Jeffrey and Thomas (Bonnie) Henshaw; sister, Marianne Henshaw; nieces, Katie, Kristie & Savannah; many nephews, relatives & friends.
Friends may call on Saturday, SEPTEMBER 13, 2014 at Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home, 735 East Ave., Hilton from 1-4PM, where his Service will be held at 4PM. Those wishing may contribute to Lifetime Assistance or if American Cancer Society in his memory.