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Patricia A. Rayner

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Patricia A. Rayner 1942 - 2009 NORTH BENNINGTON, VT Patricia A. Moon Rayner, 66, died Thursday, March 12, at the Albany Medical Center in Albany, N.Y., surrounded by her family. She resided on Shaftsbury Hollow Road in North Bennington with her husband, Charles Rayner. Patricia was born on April 8, 1942 in Pownal, Vt., daughter of the late Marshall and Marie Morgan Moon. She attended the two room school house in North Petersburgh also schools in Hoosick Falls and Berlin. Patricia worked at General Cable, Triangle Wire and Mack Molding until her retirement. Patricia was an avid reader, she enjoyed the outdoors, camping, bird watching, traveling, her home and spending time with her family. She leaves her husband Charles, her daughter; Joan Carr of Bennington, Vt., sons; Ivan Matte and Wanda of Buskirk, N.Y., Joseph Matte of San Francisco, Calif., , stepchildren Jackie Sullivan and Thomas of North Hoosick, N.Y., Chris Rayner and Vickie of White Creek, N.Y., Robin Mulligan and Jamie of Buskirk N.Y., and Terri Yavaniski and Chuck of Hoosick Falls, a son-in-law; Chris Davis, of North Bennington. Her grandchildren Ellora, Aaron and Abigail Carr, Deidre Matte, Thomas, Michael and Michelle Sullivan, Pamela Cuccuini, Edward and Michael Mulligan, Lindsay, Alex and Christopher Rayner, Jessica and Brian Davis, Ashlee, Hunter and CJ Yavaniski, also four great grandchildren. Patricia is predeceased by a stepdaughter Shelia Rayner, sister Marsha Moon Mears, brothers Ralph Stone Sr., Joseph Moon and John Moon. FUNERAL NOTICE: Services will be Tuesday, March 17, at 11 a.m. from the MAHAR FUNERAL HOME, 43 Main Street in Hoosick Falls. Burial will be later in the spring at Hoosick Rural Cemetery. Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home on Monday from 5 to 8 p.m.. Memorial contributions may be made to either the or the through the funeral home.
Published in Bennington Banner on Mar. 14, 2009
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