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Obituaries published the week of November 17, 2005
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In Memoriam

David F. Andrews

Korean Conflict Army veteran

Fairport - David F. Andrews, 75, a retired auditor for Florida National Bank in Jacksonville, Fla., died Nov. 8, 2005 at the Fairport Baptist Home in Fairport, N.Y. Mr. Andrews had resided in Fairport, Jacksonville, Fla. and Pittsford prior to his illness. He is survived by his wife Marian Ernest Andrews of Fairport; son and daughter-in-law, Keith and Laurie Robinson Andrews of Bear, Del.; grandchildren, Rachel and Michael Andrews of Bear, Del.; nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his son Douglas Andrews. He was born Feb. 9, 1930 in Cleveland, Ohio the son of Keith and Dorothy Foote Andrews. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. No prior calling hours. Private Graveside Services, in Wellington, Ohio at the convenience of the family. Memorials may be made to a charity of choice in his memory. Arrangements entrusted to Rector-Hicks Funeral Home, Geneseo.

Larry Campbell

Korean Conflict Navy veteran

Wayland - Larry G. Campbell, 69, of 2335 Rte. 63, passed away Nov. 11, 2005 at the Nicholas H. Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville. Larry was born Aug. 5, 1936 in Bellingham, Wash. the son of Aaron and Prudence (Coates) Campbell. Larry grew up in Tacoma, Wash. and was a graduate of Stadium High School. Subsequent to high school, Larry served his country during the Korean Conflict. He was a proud member of the U.S. Navy from Jan. 18, 1959 until his honorable discharge March 22, 1962. During his time in the Navy, Larry served on a couple of different destroyers with his last assignment on the USS Gregory and he earned the China Service Medal. After his honorable discharge he moved back to Washington. In 1974 he moved to the Wayland area where he has remained. Larry and Barb Hetrick entered into marriage in November 1969. Together they celebrated over eight years of marriage prior to her passing away in June 1978. Larry and Thelma Raftery entered into marriage in November 1988. Together they celebrated over 10 years of marriage prior to her passing away in January 1999. On April 16, 2005 Larry and Carol “Cubbie” Levesque were happily married. Their time together has been very special to both of them. Larry's employment career spanned many different areas. While residing out west, he was employed in the grocery business, the concrete business, and worked for the Tide Flats. Upon moving to Wayland he was employed by Kelly Brothers Nursery for a while and lastly, he worked and retired from Foster Wheeler Energy Corporation in Dansville as a burner/utility man. Larry's interests and hobbies were many He enjoyed reading, camping, golfing, hunting and fishing, coaching in the Wayland Vince Lombardi Football League many years ago, and he was a history buff. Larry also loved to sing as evidenced by being a member of the Dansville Barbershop Quartet. However, one of his true joys was being a very active member of the Wayland American Legion for over 28 years. He was past commander of the post in 1979 and 1984, 1985 and 1986. Larry was voted Legionnaire of the Year in 1999. Other accomplishments of his, through his affiliation with the legion were: membership chairman, compliance officer, past county commander, bar steward, finance officer, and he was one of the founders of the Steuben County Honor Guard. He was also a very proud member of the 40 and 8 Club. Along with the American Legion, Larry was also an active member of the VFW of US No. 6780 Dansville Memorial Post. He is survived by his wife Carol Campbell of Wayland; his children, Mark (Aimee) Campbell of Wayland, Tamara Sanders of Mt. Morris, Terry (Brock) Trinchini of Henrietta, Ross (Colette) Campbell of Mt. Vernon, Wash. and Jeff (Peggy) Campbell of Bremerton, Wash.; eight stepchildren; 19 grandchildren; many step grandchildren; two great grandchildren; many step great grandchildren; his sister, Colleen Snow of Calif.; along with many nieces, nephews and cousins. Larry's family and friends called Sunday at the St. George-Stanton Funeral Home, 109 W. Naples St., Wayland. Larry's Funeral Service was held Monday at the funeral home. Committal prayers and a military service were conducted at the funeral home immediately following. Interment, St. Peter's Cemetery in Perkinsville. Contributions in Larry G. Campbell's memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1400 N. Winton Rd., Rochester NY 14609 or to the Wayland American Legion Post #402, 102 N. Main St., Wayland NY 14572.

Dollie J. Stone

Caledonia resident

Dollie J. Stone, 87, of Caledonia, died Oct. 25, 2005 at Highland Hospital in Rochester. She was born Oct. 14, 1918 in Altoona, Pa. to Charles and Mary Jane Ickes. Dollie was an active member of the Fellowship Baptist Church in Caledonia. She is survived by her children, Dollie Jean (Fred) Foor of Hollidaysburg, Pa., Marian (James) Morrison of Rochester, Sondra (Stan) Laktko of Mumford, Dwight (Dorothy) Stone of Piffard; nine grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Her husband, Carl F. Stone and brother, David Ikes predecease Dollie. Friends called Oct. 27 with the service that followed at the Alhart Funeral Home, 3068 W. Main St. in Caledonia. A private interment was held in Altoona, Pa. Memorials may be made to the Fellowship Baptist Church, 3401 Caledonia-Avon Rd., Caledonia, NY 14423 or The Open Door Mission, 156 N. Plymouth Ave., Rochester NY 14608.