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Kathryn B. Page

HOOSICK FALLS, NY Kathryn Bingham Page, formerly of Palermo, passed away on Thursday, January 31st, at Crescent Manor Care Centers in Bennington, VT, following a long illness.She leaves her sister, Dianne Bingham Stevens, of Hoosick Falls and her sons, Jon Page, his wife, Angie, and their two sons, Brandon and Taylor of Middleburg, Fla., and Chris Page, his wife, Amy, and their five sons from Louisville, KY. She also leaves her five cherished cousins from Massachusetts.

Before her illness, Kathryn was employed at Oswego County BOCES as a senior typist. She grew up in North Hoosick, daughter of the late Marjorie and Alfred Bingham, and attended St. Lawrence University.

The ocean, mountains and the sound of bagpipes were three things that Kathryn adored. She also enjoyed needlework and gardening, but her greatest love was music and singing. Kathryn had an incredible soprano voice and sang in the North Hoosick Methodist choir, which her father directed, for several years. While in college, she joined the acappella singing group, The Laurentian Singers, and sang two beautiful solos on one of the albums/CDs they recorded. Later on, when she came home to North Hoosick to visit, one of her most enjoyable pastimes was standing by the old oak piano in the living room and singing hymns with her alto-singing sister and her booming bass-voiced dad while her mom sat on the couch doing her crossword puzzles.

And now Kathryn's singing once again - with the angels in Heaven.

MEMORIAL NOTICE: A memorial service will be held for Kathryn this spring. The day and time will be announced at a later date. Donations in her memory may be made to the Save The Manatee Club, 500 N. Maitland Ave, Maitland, FL 21237. Arrangements are under the direction of the THOMAS M. BARBER FUNERAL HOME of Petersburgh, NY.
Published in Bennington Banner on Feb. 5, 2013
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