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Obituaries published the week of October 23, 2003
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Lindsay A. Kyle
Lindsay A. Kyle, 26, of 11 William St., Mumford was taken suddenly from all who loved her on Oct. 19, 2003 at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester. She was born the daughter of Lee and Sarah (Palermo) Kyle on June 3, 1977 in Rochester. She was anticipating graduating from SUNY at Brockport with a Bachelors Degree in Recreation & Leisure Therapy. Her desire was to help children with special needs. She was working at the Olive Garden in Greece. She is survived by her fiancÚ Alan Petrosky of Lancaster; her mother Sarah A. Palermo of Mumford; father Lee E. (Mary Jane) Kyle of Webster; brother Jonathan Kyle of Mumford; grandmother Beatrice Palermo of Mt. Morris; aunts and uncles Jerry of Farmington, Josephine of York, Julie of Lima, J.C. of Potsdam, Lou and Tia, both of Los Angeles, Calif., Lenny and Donna, both of Mt. Morris, and Ronald of Palmyra; many cousins who loved her very much; lifelong friends, Kerrie Sine and Lyndsey Kamm. Friends called Tuesday at the John W. Martin Funeral Home, 37 Chapel St. (Route 408), Mt. Morris where prayers were said Wednesday followed by a funeral mass at St. Patrick's Church, 46 Stanley St., Mt. Morris with The Rev. Michael Brown officiating. Interment, St. Patrick's Cemetery, Mt. Morris. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Camp Good Days and Special Times. Condolences may be emailed to JohnWMartinFH@aol.com.
World War II veteran
Leslie Landino, 95, of 12 W. Main St., Atlanta, passed away Oct. 16, 2003 at the Vincent House Comfort Care Health Facility in Wayland. He was born April 12, 1908 in Atlanta, the son of Joseph and Generosa (Moschiano) Landino. He spent his entire life in and around the Atlanta area. On March 14, 1936 Les and Christine Lorenzo entered into a loving marriage at St. Joseph's Church in Wayland. Together they celebrated over 60 years of marriage prior to her passing in August 2002. Leslie enjoyed different areas of employment during his life. Early on he helped manage Clover Farms Grocery Store in Atlanta for over 21 years. It was during this time that Leslie was drafted into the U.S. Navy. He served his country during World War II from 1943 through 1945. In the Pacific Theater of war, Leslie served on the U.S.S. LSM302. Subsequent to his honorable discharge from the Navy, he remained at Clover Farms. Later in life, he was employed by the U.S. Postal Service and served as the Postmaster of the Atlanta Post Office for 14 years. Leslie was involved in the Atlanta and North Cohocton communities. He enjoyed doing whatever he could to help maintain the local towns. Of significance was that he was a charter member of the ANC Inc., an organization developed to assist in maintaining the Atlanta and North Cohocton communities. On April 15, 2000, he was recognized with an award for sincere appreciation for years of dedicated service to the communities of North Cohocton and Atlanta. Also of special interest to Les was the local political scene. He was very active and assisted the Local Democratic Committee however he could. Les was a communicant of St. Januarius Church in Naples, a member of the Hyatt Clair Hatch American Legion Post #766 in Atlanta, a member of the Atlanta Lions Club, and active in the Atlanta Fire Department. He was predeceased by his wife Christine, a brother Art Landino and his sister Lena Iervolino. He is survived by three sons, Joseph Landino and his wife Gloria of Columbia, N.C., John Landino and his wife RoseMarie of Wayland, and Charles Landino and his wife Barbara of Westford, Mass.; 11 grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren; his brother Joseph Landino of Nealsville, Wis.; along with several nieces and a nephew. Family and friends called Sunday at the St. George-Stanton Funeral Home, 109 W. Naples St. in Wayland. A prayer service was conducted Monday at the Funeral Home followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Wayland. Interment with military honors, at St. Joseph's Cemetery in Wayland. Contributions in Leslie's memory may be made to St. Joseph's School, 209 Fremont St., Wayland NY 14572 or to the Vincent House, 310 Second Ave., Wayland NY 14572.
Sally S. Prince
Conesus Lake - Sally S. Prince, died Oct. 15, 2003 in Rochester. She is survived by her husband Adrian Bud Prince; her daughter Patty Prince; son Duff and his wife Lynn Krauss-Prince; grandchildren, Brian and Nicole Prince; sisters, Connie (Ed) Kelly and Judy (John) Schurman; many nieces, nephews and cousins. The family will receive friends at their home, 4597 West Lake Road, Geneseo, on Friday, Oct. 24 from 5 to 9 p.m. A Memorial Mass will be held Saturday, 11:30 a.m. at St. Mary's Church in Geneseo. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to McQuaid Jesuit High School, 1800 S. Clinton Ave., Rochester NY 14618. Ref: Kevin W. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., Livonia.