August 4, 1956 to May 31, 2013
LOWVILLE-Ronald Duane Lyndaker passed unexpectedly on Friday, May 31st 2013 while working in Reinholds, Pennsylvania. He was the Operations Manager for Skyhook Inc. It is with a heavy heart and so much love that we say goodbye to our beloved husband, father, grandfather and brother. He will be greatly missed.
Ron was born to Helen Widrick Lyndaker and Earl Alvin Lyndaker on August 4th 1956 in Lowville, NY. He lived on Ridge Road in Dadville and attended school in Lowville, graduating from Lowville Academy and Central School in 1974. Ron was always known as a hard worker, running a bulldozer during his high school years while working with his father. Following graduation, he moved to Hazleton, PA where he built towers with Dell’s Tower Service. He married Francine Maher on August 28th, 1976. In 1977, Ron was employed by Skyhook Inc. as an Iron Worker. He and Francine lived in Sheppton, PA until they moved to Weatherly, PA in 1979. Ron joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on April 19th, 1994, serving the Church in many capacities including Branch Presidencies and Bishoprics. His favorite callings were in Young Men’s and Primary. Ron and Francine raised their four children in their Weatherly home until 2002. After losing their home to a house fire, the Lyndaker family moved to Cedar City, UT to be closer to their grandchildren. After moving to Utah, Ron continued to work in the construction field for Brianhead Township, Orton Erections, Bullock Construction and most recently for Schultz Construction. He had recently returned to work at Skyhook Inc. Ron was able to experience the blessings and joy of 10 grandchildren, whom he loved dearly, Victoria, Christiana and Grant Roscoe Fairall, Ethan, Aurora, Emmalene, Olivia and Ellianna Hall and Alexandra and Jack Tierney.
We take comfort in knowing that Ron is with his grandson, Aiden Robert Tierney, his sister, Judy Leddy and his parents Earl and Helen Lyndaker. Ron is survived by his wife of 36 years, Francine Maher Lyndaker. Together, they had four children, three daughters and a son and were blessed to have three more sons join their family. Nicole Lynn and Christopher Fairall of Salt Lake City, Utah; Jennifer Lene and Dallas Hall of Reno, Nevada; Crystal Ron’ee and Tom Tierney of Trenton, New Jersey and Patrick Lyndaker of San Angelo, TX. Ron is also survived by four siblings; brothers Earl Lyndaker of Glenfield, NY and John Lyndaker of Lowville, NY and sisters Carreen Turck of Brownsville, NY and Kay and Alex Bishop of Clayton, NY as well as many nieces and nephews.
In order to bring Ron’s loved ones together to celebrate his life, we ask that in lieu of flowers, donations be sent to Francine Lyndaker at 1404 S 4450W, Cedar City, UT 84720.
To celebrate Ron’s life Calling hours will be held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, E. State Street, Lowville, NY 13367 on Thursday June 13 th at 10am. Memorial Service will be at 11 am. A luncheon will be held at the Lowville VFW following the service.
Condolences may be shared with Ron’s family at www.isenekerfuneralhome.com
September 4, 1919 to June 2, 2013
CASTORLAND- Floyd E. Zehr, 93, of Swiss Road, died Wednesday evening at his home.
A graveside service will be at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 2, 2013 at Croghan Mennonite Cemetery. A memorial service will begin at 1:30 p.m. at the Croghan Mennonite Church, with a luncheon to follow the memorial service in the church fellowship hall, all are welcome. There will be no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Brook Haven House, 423 State Street, Carthage, NY 13367.
He is survived by his three sons, Arthur S. Zehr of Flint, Michigan, Carlton F. Zehr and his companion, Mary Young of Carthage, Francis E. and Karen Zehr of Ridgeway, VA; two brothers, Donald P. and Jean Zehr of Pennsylvania, Levi C. and Florence Zehr of Castorland; four sisters, Pauline Zehr of Castorland, Maxine and Elton Moser of Copenhagen, Marie and David Yousey of Castorland, Lucille Zehr of Seattle, Washington; eight grandchildren, Starla and Duane Koehler, Kelson Zehr, Jason and Barbara Zehr, and their children, Emily, Katie, and Lane Zehr, Stephanie and Scott Baxter and their children, Matthew and Catherine Monaghan, Andrea and John Waters, and their children, Cooper and Claire Waters, Tonia and Cary Miller, and their children, Carson and Maycie Miller, Ryan Zehr, Kyle and Jessica Zehr; several nieces, nephews and cousins. He is predeceased by his wife, Laura L. Zehr, who died on July 14, 1993; three sisters, Luella Martin, Eunice Jantzi; and Edith Zehr, who died as a child.
Floyd was born on September 14, 1919 in the Town of New Bremen, NY, a son of the late Christian and Martha Moser Zehr. He attended Beaver Falls High School and worked in the woods, peeling pulp for Lyndaker Logging before his marriage. On August 27, 1941, he married Laura Steria at the Croghan Mennonite Church with Bishop Jake Gingerich officiating. He worked for J.P. Lewis , later named Latex Fiber & Boise Cascade as a machine operator for 32 years, retiring in 1983. He was well known for repairing balers throughout the county for many years. He enjoyed helping in his family’s maple sugar business and also enjoyed hunting deer. Years ago, Floyd was a manager for a softball team with the Lewis County League. He was a Boston Red Sox fan and a great story teller.
Arrangements are with Iseneker Funeral Home, Inc., Lowville.
Condolences may be shared with the family online at www.isenekerfuneralhome.com
Boonville - Wallace S. Flint, 84, of Schuyler Street, affectionately known to many as "Wally", passed away on Friday, January 11, while under the care of his loving family and hospice.
A native of Englewood, New Jersey, Wally honorably served his country during the Korean Conflict, serving with the U.S. Army in Korea. After his honorable discharge he returned to New Jersey and on July 20, 1963, he was united in marriage with Ruth M. Hoffman in Harrington Park, New Jersey. The couple moved to Hillsdale, NJ shortly thereafter, where they rasied their family. Mrs. Flint passed away on October 22, 2007. For many years Mr. Flint was employed by the St. Regis Paper Co. of Manhattan.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend a graveside service on Friday, May 31, at 1 PM at Boonville Cemetery, where Pastor Joe Fellar, of the Boonville Baptist Church will officiate, and members of Charles J. Love Post American Legion, Harland J. Hennessey Post VFW and the Tun Tavern Marine Corps League will confer Military Rites.
Arrangements are in care of the Trainor Funeral Home, Inc. 143 Schuyler Street, Boonville. For an online message of sympathy, please go to www.trainorfuneralhome.com
Turin - Relatives and friends are invited to attend a graveside service for Mary Louise Morgan on Monday, June 3, 2013 at 10 AM at Houseville Cemetery, where Rev.Billie jean Melton, pastor of Turin United Methodist Church will officiate. Mrs. Morgan, the widow of Thomas, and a former resident of East Main St. Turin, passed away on March 31, 2013, at Lewis Co. General Hospital, Lowville. Her arrangements are in care of Trainor Funeral Home, Inc. 143 Schuyler St. Boonville. To view her complete obituary, please go to www.trainorfuneralhome.com
Page 23 of 42
FLACK BROADCASTING GROUP, LLC7606 North State StreetLowville, NY 13367-1318
(315) 376-7500Fax: (315) 376-8549
Boonville, NY WBRV 101.3 FM
Lowville, NYWLLG 99.3 FM
Keeping up with the passing of people in Boonville, Lowville, Old Forge and surrounding areas is easy. Just check in with the obituary page of our website. We are updating obituaries as reported to us by funeral homes in Oneida, Lewis, Hamilton and Herkimer counties on a daily basis. So if there is a passing in your county, check our web page.
Home | Moose Home | Blizzard Home | Schedule | Moose's Pooches | About | Employment | Links | George's Show | Dana's Show | Personalities | News | Closings | Community Events | Listen to the News | Weather | Swap Shop | Obituaries | Contests | Contact | Advertise | Request AdvertisingCopyright © 2012 The Moose Radio Station and Flack Broadcasting Group, LLC. All rights reserved.