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Larry C.Never

4. May 1954 - June 10, 2019

Larry is happiest when he is outside enjoying the great outdoors.

Celebration of Life:Saturday 29 June 2019 at 14:00 at the farm

Larry C. Nevol, 65, passed away Monday (June 10, 2019) surrounded by his family at home.

Larry was born May 4, 1954 in North Hornell, the son of Charles J. and Alice J. (O'Dell) Nevol, Jr. He graduated from Andover Central School in 1972. On June 4, 2016, he married Denise E. Austin in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, cementing a 22-year relationship.

Larry retired in 2016 after 42 years as an engineer at Dresser-Rand Corporation.

In addition to his wife, Larry is survived by three children, Alicia (Thomas) Nevol, Robert (Brandy) Nevol and Nykole Nevol, all from Andover; and three brothers, Charles Nevol and David (Mary) Nevol, all from Andover and J.D.; Nevol of Houston, Texas; Three Sisters, Bonnie (Kendall) Peeples of Tacoa, Georgia, Kay (Gabby) Cabellero of Houston, Texas and Mary Nevol of Andover Er; two grandchildren, Brynna Kay Nevol of Corning and Analiyah K.M. Wyatt of Andover and a little boy Nevol are due in July. One special lifelong friend, Andy Jackson of Andover; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Besides his parents, he was preceded by his granddaughter Amaní Laraí-Rose Porchia. Two brothers-in-law, Rick Meyer and Bill Dickinson; a sister-in-law, Patty Nevol, and a nephew, Brian Nevol.

Larry is happiest when he is out enjoying nature. He enjoys hunting and fishing and has oak and maple trees on his estate. His favorite thing to do is spend time with his wife and family on the "farm". Together they enjoy swimming, movies and family barbecues. He enjoys teaching his children responsible shooting as well as friendly games of trap and target shooting. He loves gardening and making sure the local deer have plenty of feeding grounds. A common outing is to drive into the country looking for deer, often taking pictures of them with a camera. Larry is also a fan of NASCAR and takes his family to the Pocono Raceway and Michigan International Speedway to pursue his passion.

At Larry's request, there will be no pre-screening. Saturday June 29th at 2:00pm It will be a celebration of life 'on the farm'.

Arrangements are made under the auspices of Andover Baker Swan Funeral Homes. A memorial donation may be made to Cancer Care of Allegany County on behalf of Larry, Attn: Lori Ballengee, 100 South Highland Ave., Wellsville, NY 14895.

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LouCindy K. McCormick June 25, 1947 – June 17, 2016. . . She devoted her life to caring for her husband and raising her children.

LouCindy K. McCormick, 68, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on Friday (June 17, 2016).

Mrs. McCormick was born on June 25, 1947, in Chicago, IL, to Olindo and Josephine Mary (Planka) Vinciguerra. She graduated from Fanger Academy High School in Chicago, IL in 1965. On August 29, 1981, she married the surviving Mark L. McCormick in Dallas, Texas.

LouCindy devoted her life to caring for her husband and raising her children.

In addition to her husband of 34 years, Lou is survived by four daughters: Connie L. (Dan) Hogueisson of Midlothian, IL; Donna E. Rust of Clifton, TX; Mary Jo Moore and LouCindy Marie Schnell of Wellsville, Mercia, State; two sisters, Patsy Vinciguerra, of Palo Heights, Illinois. and Casey (Rick) Thomas of Dalton, Illinois. With a brother, Fred Vinciguerra of St. Louis John, Indiana

She also has eight grandchildren: Jade Hogueisson, Billy Moore, Curtis Rust, Jr., Mary Moore, Michelle Hogueisson, Daniel Hogueisson, Jr., Jessica Hogueisson and Mark Farmer; 17 great-grandchildren (soon to be one), Easton Clemmons, Tray Moore, Billy Moore, Jr., Brice Moore, Gemma Moore, Curtis "Cubbie" Rust, III, Carson Rust, Colin Rust, Ivan Solis, Gabriel Solis, Julian Solis, Genevieve Solis, Nathan Greene, Jr., Madison Greene, Isaac Brun, Van Farmer and Charlotte Harvey. and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was preceded by two sisters, Mary Ann Cole and Phyllis Lehning. Son-in-law, Curtis Rust; grandson, Robert Farmer, Jr.; and great-grandson, Cohen Rust.

LouCindy loves bingo, tending to her many houseplants and riding her motorcycle. She enjoys spending time with her family and cherishes the time she spends with them.

No prior inspection. A memorial service will be held at a date and time to be determined.

Memorial donations may be made to Allegany County Cancer Services on behalf of LouCindy, Attn: Lori Ballengee, 100 South Highland Ave., Wellsville, NY 14895.

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james v joyce

May 29, 1927 – February 24, 2014

A self-made man and loving father. . .

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access:Thursday February 27, 2014 Friday February 28, 2014 James V. Joyce House

Funeral Services:Church on Saturday 28th February 2014

funeral:Military Honors: Heaven's Gate Cemetery

James Vincent Joyce was born on May 29, 1927 at 839 State Route 417 in Andover, New York, and passed away peacefully at his home on Monday, February 24, 2014.

Mr. Joyce was born in Wheeling, New York. Eldest of six children of the late Vincent James Joyce and Alice Graves Joyce. He grew up on his family farm in Andover, joined the U.S. Army after high school, and served with the occupying forces in Germany. Demonstrating an entrepreneurial spirit from an early age, he managed a series of PX branches that quickly turned profitable. He meets a young German woman, Helma Petermann, who works as a translator. They were married in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, in 1948, shortly before his return to the United States.

After returning home, he and his brother Charles created a natural gas and oil pipeline, the Joyce Pipeline. In many ways, Mr. Joyce embodies the perfect example of the postwar American dream. A true self-made man, he learned to fly planes and helicopters to oversee his expanding pipeline business, which eventually stretched from Canada to the United States to Central America and Venezuela. A highlight of his career was the pipeline in Alaska, in which pipeline companies played a key role. He even traveled to Iran before the Shah was overthrown to investigate the construction of the pipeline there, but luckily he decided against it. Before the Castro regime came to power, he and his wife visited Cuba several times and often traveled to Mexico. He then fell in love with all things "Latino" related, especially food and music. He even arranged for his favorite mariachi band from Laredo, Texas to perform at his youngest daughter's wedding.

To pursue his diverse interests in the energy sector, he invested in coal mining in West Virginia and Kentucky, and was an early proponent of replacing uranium in nuclear reactors with the more efficient rare-earth element thorium. This trend continues to this day. A lifelong Republican, he was still invited to the inaugurations of Kennedy and Nixon.

In 1948, Joyce began his career as a plumbing contractor with a Fortson tractor and backhoe attachment. In addition to maintaining local milk routes in the Andover area, Joyce began building small pipelines for local oil producers and natural gas companies. As the plumbing business grew, Joyce received more orders and with the help of his brothers Charles and later Don, by the end of the 1950's Joyce Pipeline employed over 200 employees. Joyce utilizes locals in the Andover area to give them a promotion for their dedicated and hard working company. By the late 1960's, Joyce Western had grown to over 1,200 full-time and seasonal employees and was growing into a multi-purpose business. Joyce never forgot his hometown roots and was instrumental in supporting the advancement of Allegheny County, New York. He was instrumental in the construction of the Andover Little League complex and in the relocation of Wellsville Airport to its current location. Joyce is a self-taught airplane and helicopter pilot who always has a helipad in his front yard, ready to take off. Joyce spent hours in the air, flying from job to job in his plane. As Joyce Western expanded, it began building and operating pipelines across the United States, with contract support in Alaska and Australia.

His proudest accomplishments include building and operating a fuel pipeline from Tampa to Orlando, Florida. Constructed and operated a pipeline for SAC headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska, a pipeline to transport kerosene to MacDill Air Force Base, New Jersey, and another pipeline to supply fuel to Tampa International Airport, followed by The Tampa Anhydrous Ammonia Distribution Port has phosphate mines in the middle of the state. Joyce's predictions about future energy needs prompted him to mine thorium in the mountains of Idaho. Other major pipeline projects include welding work on the Mooba pipeline in Sydney, Australia. Several integrated natural gas projects in New York, Palestine, and Venezuela; including a 55-mile, 30-inch pipeline in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. More than 120 miles of the Tennessee natural gas pipeline in western New York and northern Pennsylvania. Constructed gas collection system for Coors Brewers of Golden, Colorado. Installed 36 inches of pipe at the Red River intersection in Texas and Oklahoma. Gathered natural gas over the years for numerous projects for Phillips Petroleum in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and Algonquin Gas in New England.

For the rest of his long life, Joyce continued to be interested in all things to do with energy production. However, he was a loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather who enjoyed every moment with his growing family. Although Helma died in 2002, he lived in the house they built together in 1959. As his health declined, he was cared for by his caretaker, Betty Matison, and devoted caretakers, family and friends.

In addition to his wife, Helma, his siblings Charles Joyce, W. Donald Joyce, Joan Dibble, and Sandra Howland also died. His sister, Mary Ann Davis of Andover, is survived. Children: Katherine Joyce (George) Biondor, Montauk, NY, Vincent James (Deborah) Joyce, and Kristen (Michael J. Mick) Joyce; grandchildren, Caitlin Biondor (Josh) Greene of Mill Valley, CA, Biondor (Thomas) Flight of Montauk, Georgia, and James Vincent of Andover (Jennifer) Joyce, Amanda Joyce (Robert) Phelps of Andover, Lindsay Joyce Barnard of Andover, McCormick (Jonathan) Sorrels of Maria Cumming, Georgia and New York Great-grandson of Michael (Mary Beth) McCormick, Angola, Scarlett, Beatrice, and Harry Flett, Montauk, NY, Elsa and Conor Green, Mill Valley, CA, Andover Vincent and Harper Joyce, Leiigha and Juliana Phelps of Andover, Elle Barnard of Andover and Jess Sorels of Cumming, Ga.

Visiting hours are at the home of James V. Joyce, 839 State Route 417 in Andover, Thursday nights from 7pm to 9pm. and Friday 2-4pm 7-9pm Christian Funeral Mass will be held on Saturday at 11am at the Church of the Holy Communion in Andover with Reverend Thomas Roman as Master of Ceremonies. He will then be buried with full military honors at Tianmen Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, the family is asking for a donation to the Andover Rescue P.O. Box 726 Andover N.Y, or Andover Main Street Project, P.O. Box 736 Andover, NY

Arrangements are made under the direction of Andover Baker Swan Funeral Homes.

Leroy Page Chamberlain

August 20, 1941 – May 3, 2014

Leroy P. Chamberlain passed away Saturday (May 3, 2014) at Jones Memorial Hospital at the age of 72 surrounded by his family.

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Mr. Chamberlain was born on August 20, 1941, in Chicago, Illinois, to Leroy and Lillian (Earl) Chamberlain. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1958 to 1962.

Leroy works for Hasbro, Inc. and retired as V.P. in 1996. of global manufacturing.

Leroy is survived by three sons, Christopher (Maureena) Chamberlain and Marc (Christine) Chamberlain, both of Belmont, and Branden Chamberlain of Hurst, Texas: two daughters, Holly (Dale) Clark And Cynthia Chamberlain, both from Friendship. Brother of George Spierowski of Chicago, IL; 12 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren. and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was preceded by two sisters, Sandra Janusch and Diane Staadt.

Leroy enjoys fishing, boating and cooking. He is a member of the Wounded Warrior Program, the American Friendship Legion, and a life member of the National Rifle Association. He is especially proud to have received his Navy pilot's license from the United States Coast Guard.

At his request, there will be no initial talks or a memorial service.

Memorial donations may be made in Leroy's name to the Wounded Warrior Project, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675.

Arrangements are made under the direction of Baker-Swan Funeral Home, 3256 Riverside Drive, Wellsville.

brenda baker

July 26, 1943 – December 20, 2012

Brenda J. Baker, 59, passed away Thursday (December 20, 2012) after a brief illness at Jones Memorial Hospital.

Mrs. Baker was born in Wellsville on July 26, 1943, to John R. and Jean (Lyon) Burdsall. She graduated from Wellsville Central School in 1961. On May 30, 1964, she married the surviving Richard M. "Dick" Baker.

Brenda is a homemaker who has dedicated her life to her husband and children.

In addition to her husband of 48 years, she has two sons, R. Bruce (Jennifer) Baker of Frederick, MD; and David (Rachel) Baker of North Beach, MD; and a brother, John R. (Joan) Burdsall; Two Sisters, Barbara (Doug) Strong, of Southwick, MA. and Debra Dyer of Raleigh, North Carolina; five grandchildren, Zackery Baker, Emily Baker, Kevin Baker, Kyle Baker, and Christine Cyr; great-grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, and cousins.

Brenda loves to read and is an avid reader. The simple joys of spending time with her husband, children and grandchildren have been her passion for many years. She is also loyal to her many friends and enjoys special memories together. Brenda values ​​her relationships and draws strength from the love of family and friends.

No prior inspection. A memorial service and funeral are planned for the spring at the Baker Family Cemetery.

Arrangements are made under the direction of Andover Baker Swan Funeral Homes.

Donations can be made on behalf of Brenda to the Andover Rescue Squad, PO Box 726, Andover, NY 14806.

Nancy Jane Snyder Oakland

August 27, 1922 – November 10, 2012

Nancy Jane Snyder Oakland, 90, formerly of Andover, died Saturday (November 10, 2012) at Avante Nursing Home in Harrisonburg, Virginia.

Mrs Oakland was born in Andover on August 27, 1922, to Raymond O. and Ila (Brown) Snyder. She has a BA in Education from Lake Erie College. On November 26, 1947, she married Harold Oakland, who had preceded her in March 1984.

Nancy has worked as a public school teacher and as a special education teacher.

Mrs. Oakland is survived by a son, James (Terri) Oakland of Crossville, Tennessee; a brother, Craig Snyder of Andover; two grandchildren, Allison (Brian) Rogers of Greenville, Tennessee and Adam Auckland, Norfolk, Virginia; two great-grandchildren, Blake Rogers and Brendan Rogers, both of Greenville, Tennessee; niece Linda Galloway; and two nephews, Douglas Snyder and Mark · Snyder.

Nancy is a former member of the American Legion Auxiliary, American Legion Auxiliary.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday (November 14, 2012) at Theis Funeral Chapel in New Market, Virginia, by the Rev. Jeffrey Sonafelt.

A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday (November 30, 2012) at Hillside Cemetery, officiated by Pastor Tom Christopherson of Wellsville Presbyterian Church.

Local arrangements are being handled by Bakerswan Funeral Homes in Andover.

Memorial donations may be made on behalf of Nancy to Luther Crest of New Market, 9138 N. Congress St., New Market, VA 22844.

Doris Virginia Atwell

2. June 1934 – November 27, 2013

She makes the best cakes in the world.

Doris Virginia Atwell, 79, passed away peacefully at her home on Wednesday (November 27, 2013).

Mrs. Atwell was born in Troupsburg on June 2, 1934, to Alfred and Edith (Rude) Burdick. She graduated from Troupesburg Central School in 1952. On 1 August 1952, at Andover, she married John Clifford Atwell, who preceded her on 7 January 2013.

Although Doris contracted polio in 1952, she was proud of her ability to care for her husband and three children. She is a wonderful, loving housewife.

Doris is survived by two daughters, Victoria L. Atwell of Lakewood, Colorado, and Ruth A. "Cookie" Edwards of Andover; and one son, John Henry L. Atwell; two brothers, Clayton Burdick and Donald Burdick; three sisters, Katherine Thompson, Ada Storms and Sharon Cornwall; seven grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

In addition to her husband of 60 years, three brothers also predate her: Alfred Burdick Jr., Milton Burdick and Erwin Burdick. and an older sister, Arlene Abbott.

Doris is very fond of crafts. She makes the best cakes in the world. She enjoys spending time with her family and cherishes the time she spends with them.

No prior inspection. A private memorial service will be held for the benefit of the family.

Arrangements are made under the direction of Andover Baker Swan Funeral Homes. Condolences can be expressed at www.baker-swan.com.

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