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Lansing, Laura I. - Latham  
Lansing, Laura I. LATHAM Laura I. (Veino) Lansing, 93, formerly of Latham Ridge Road, died on May 27, 2015, at the Eddy Memorial Geriatric Center in Troy. Born in Troy on July 31, 1921, she was the daughter of the late Arthur and Vivian Baker Veino. Laura was raised and educated in Watervliet and was a graduate of the Albany Business College. She was married in 1963 to Gordon K. Lansing and together they enjoyed many happy years until his passing in 2010. Laura spent a number of years dedicated to her home and to the raising of her family and later went to work for the Federal Aviation Administration in Albany retiring as office manager for the FAA's Weather Service. Laura was a member of the Colonie Lodge of Elks Ladies Auxiliary and the Ladies Home Bureau. She enjoyed camping at Saranac Lake and travelling, by camper trailer, throughout Florida. Laura is survived by her daughter, Linda J. (late Thomas) Delaney of Troy and son, Russell C. Gowie of Malta; grandchildren, Lori A. Delaney of Troy and Thomas M. Delaney of Saratoga; great-grandchildren, Lorin E. Milazzo, Christopher M. Milazzo and Jaimie Delaney and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her sister, Shirley Martin (late William) and brother, Arthur Veino (wife Barbara of Latham survives). Special thanks to everyone on Courtyard at Eddy Memorial Geriatric Center for taking special care of Laura during her stay. A graveside service will be held on Saturday, May 30, at 11 a.m. in Memory Gardens, Colonie. Contributions, in memory of Laura, may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, 4 Pine West Plaza, Suite 405, Albany, NY 12205. Please visit bowenandparkerbros.com for condolence book.
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Published in Albany Times Union on May 29, 2015
Lawyer, Clinton ( In Memoriam)  
LAWYER Clinton Happy birthday Dad. We know you're watching. We know you're looking down. Your birthday is today and although you're not around, it doesn't stop our thoughts and never stops our prayers. We are sending birthday wishes to you dear Dad upstairs. Love, Your Daughters
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Published in Albany Times Union on May 27, 2015
Lenane, Susan - Greenville  
Lenane, Susan GREENVILLE Susan Lenane passed away in her home in Greenville on Friday, May 29, 2015, after a 35-year battle with complications from diabetes mellitus. With the unending love, support, and care of Bill Bensen, her husband, partner, and best friend of almost 40 years, and her beloved niece Katie Lenane, Susan faced unrelenting medical challenges with optimism, strength, and the fierceness that defined her. Susan Anne Lenane was born on October 4, 1949, in Boston, the third child of Margaret and Michael Lenane. She attended Countess Moore High School in Staten Island, where she met her lifelong friends, Barbara DeMayo, Roberta Twombly, Madeline Harrington, and Claire Murray, some of her traveling companions in her early European vacations, and through much of her life. Always politically engaged, Susan met her future husband and love of her life Bill at a presidential candidates forum in 1975. Organizing fundraising parties for favored political candidates foreshadowed the intellectual and professional partnership that lay ahead. Bill and Susan were married on September 13, 1980. Susan received a B.A. in liberal arts with a focus on literature from New York University in 1981. She graduated with honors for her senior thesis research on Virginia Woolf. During the late 1970s and early 1980s, she travelled broadly, recruiting talent throughout Europe to work for consulting firms during the nascent stage of the computerization of New York City businesses, serving as a liaison for and manager of early computer and data programming talent. During a brief hiatus from the real world, Susan held odd jobs, including typing notes for Frank Stella's lectures on Renaissance art, and delivering free newspapers in Brooklyn and Manhattan, accompanied by a friend's German Shepard inexplicably named Tarragon. In 1985, Bill and Susan sold their co-op in Brooklyn Heights and travelled in Europe for over a month. When they returned, they joined her brother Mike and his wife Marie in upstate New York, opening the Palmer House Cafe in Rennselaerville. Inspired by their experiences in France and Italy, over the next decade Susan and Bill conceived of a menu utilizing local products and promoting family farms, anticipating the farm-to-table movement by at least ten years. Bringing her imagination and vision to everything she did, Susan was a creative force behind the Palmer House. Her desire to honor her Irish heritage and her love of literature combined to create the Joyce Brunch, an annual celebration at which patrons read passages from their favorite Irish writers while enjoying a brunch of traditional Irish specialties. Working at the restaurant became a rite of passage for young people growing up in Rennselaerville over the past 30 years. As a husband-and-wife team, working together with love and commitment, Susan and Bill instilled the values of discipline, professionalism, gentility, and hard work in the servers and dishwashers who worked their way up through the Palmer House. Micah Kuhar, who began as a dishwasher at age 14, is currently chef at the Palmer House, working alongside his fiancee Rochelle Rowley and further advancing the farm-to-table ethos by supplying the restaurant with products from the Kuhar family's farm and other local suppliers. Susan is survived by her husband of 34 years, Bill Bensen; her older sister, Marge Coffey and her children, Megan, Patrick, and Jimmy; her brother Michael Lenane, his wife Marie, and their two children, Rita and Mikey; her brother Stephen, his wife Gayle, their sons, Ryan and Anthony, and their daughter, Katie; and her brother Timothy, his wife Karen, and their two sons, Zack and Greg. A memorial service will be held in Rennselaerville at the Presbyterian Church on Saturday, June 13, at 1 p.m. The celebration of Susan's life will continue at the Palmer House Cafe from 3 until 5:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Northeast Kidney Fund, a nonprofit dedicated to assisting individuals suffering from kidney disease. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of W. C. Brady's Sons, Inc. Funeral Home, 97 Mansion Street, Coxsackie. Condolences may be made at wcbradyssonsinc.net .
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Published in Albany Times Union on June 2, 2015
Libertucci, Linda S. - Ravena  
Libertucci, Linda S. RAVENA Linda S. Libertucci, 76, entered into eternal life surrounded by her loving family and close friends after battling Alzheimer's on Wednesday, May 27, 2015, at the Teresian House. She was a communicant and very active in many aspects of St. Patrick's Church in Ravena. But most of all her family was the joy of her life, especially her four loving grandchildren whom she spoiled any way she could. Linda enjoyed shopping especially finding bargains. In 1996 Linda retired from New York State Bill Drafting after 25 years of service. She then worked in the Clerk's office for the Town of Coeymans. Survivors include her loving husband of 57 years, Anthony "Chicky" Libertucci; children, Tom (Mary Ann) Libertucci and Maria (Chuck) Swiader; grandchildren, Peter and Julia Libertucci and Bryce and Jacob Swiader. Linda was predeceased by her parents, Paul and Aline Rausch; and her son, Anthony "Chef T" Libertucci. The family would like to thank all the Staff on the 4th floor B Wing of the Teresian House for the wonderful and loving care they gave to Linda during her stay there. A Mass of Christian Death and burial will be held 10 a.m. on Monday, June 1, at St. Patrick's Church, Ravena. Interment will follow in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Coeymans. There will be no calling hours. The family would like you to consider in lieu of flowers contributions in memory of Linda to the Alzheimer's Association, Northeastern NY Chapter, 4 Pine West Plaza, Suite 405, Albany, NY 12205.
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Published in Albany Times Union from May 30 to May 31, 2015
Lindsey, James Russell - Rexford  
Lindsey, James Russell REXFORD James Russell Lindsey, 85, son of the late Loyd Russell Lindsey and the late Edythe Mary Rawson Lindsey, after a "lengthy and valiant struggle against ever-increasing odds" passed away peacefully at home on May 28, 2015, surrounded by four generations of his family. Born and raised in Moline, Ill., Jim graduated early from Moline High School with the class of 1947, earned his associates degree at St Ambrose College in Davenport, Iowa, then graduated as a mechanical engineer from Bradley University in Peoria, Ill., in 1951, continuing his education by earning a master's in business administration from the State University of New York in 1973. While still in high school, Jim realized he'd met The One, and four years later convinced Jeanne Ann Forster to become his bride, best friend and life-long partner. Together they shared 69 years of adventures including careers, business ventures, indulging a life-long passion for boating and travel, and most importantly, investing their time and energy to be the most incredible Mom and Dad ever. After graduation from Bradley University, he immediately embarked upon a 30-year career at General Electric (with a brief intermission at AeroJet General), where he traveled the world, first as a field engineer, and later as GE's pre-eminent trouble-shooter and globally recognized expert in vibration analysis and dynamic balance of large steam turbines. Jim's remarkable qualities extended far beyond his technical and business abilities. His offbeat sense of humor, warm personality, exemplary personal integrity and sense of fair play made him an icon among his family and the hundreds of people fortunate enough to enjoy his friendship. The jokes and stories he loved to tell were out-matched a hundred-fold by the stories about him; everyone who knew him well had tales of their own personal and memorable "Jim Lindsey" moments. Always seeking new hills to climb, and while still in the middle of his GE career, Jim began pursuing a varied list of business activities, including real estate investing and farming (Lindsey's Orchard in Clifton Park). In 1982 he left GE to found his own firm, Mechanical Dynamics and Analysis, Inc. Within a few years, Jim was joined by several partners, and together they assembled a world class team of experts in virtually every aspect of power generation service and repair. Under his leadership, MD&A experienced over 20 years of dramatic growth and financial success, and it became widely-recognized as an industry leader in technical innovation and expertise. When the time arrived to pass the corporate helm to the next generation of leadership, Jim finally had time to indulge his life-long passion for travel, and he and his bride crisscrossed the globe on dozens of trips and cruises, visiting six continents, sailing the Seven Seas, and experiencing literally thousands of Kodak moments together. He was predeceased by his sister, Mary Jeanne Rintelmann. He is survived by his wife and soul mate, Jeanne Ann Forster Lindsey; and children, Duane (Karen) Lindsey of Rexford, Dwight (Teri) Lindsey of Simi Valley, Calif., Douglas (Sheryl) Lindsey of Albany, Diane (David) Curwick of Rexford, Jennie (Paul) Zeissler of Scotia and Richard (Susan) Ottaviano of Syracuse; grandchildren, Sarah DeForest, Emily Sowalsky, Rebecca Lindsey, Hilary Canale, Nathan Lindsey, Daryl Schmidt, Connor Lindsey, Elizabeth Curwick, James Curwick, Jordan Lindsey, Morgan Lindsey; six great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Thank you for being such an amazing Husband, Dad, Grandpa, Great-Grandpa, Mentor and Friend. We already miss you so much, but to have hung onto you any longer would have been selfish of us. The Lindsey family wishes to express its gratitude to the wonderful staffs of Gentle Home Health Care, and Saratoga Community Hospice. Relatives and friends are invited to join the Lindsey family's celebration of his life, with visitation Monday, June 1, 2015, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Gordon C Emerick Funeral Home, 1550 US Route 9, Clifton Park, and funeral services will be held Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 11 a.m. with a reception to follow, at Christ Community Reformed Church, 1010 NY Route 146, Clifton Park. Burial will be in Clifton Park Center Baptist Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to either Christ Community Reformed Church, or the Parkinson's Disease Foundation, PDF.org .
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Published in Albany Times Union from May 30 to May 31, 2015
Little, Jean E. - Albany  
Little, Jean E. ALBANY Jean E. Little passed on Monday, May 18, 2015, at Albany Medical Center. She was preceded in death by her husband the late, Henry L. Little Sr. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Ida V. Murphy and Mathew Lindsay. She leaves three children to cherish her memories, Tonia A. Little-Afriyie, Betty J. Little and Henry L. Little Jr. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, May 27, 2015, at Union Missionary Baptist Church under the supervision of the Garland Bros. Funeral Home. Viewing will be from 9 to 11 a.m. and the funeral will commence at 11 a.m. Interment will be in Graceland Cemetery.
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Published in Albany Times Union from May 25 to May 26, 2015
Liuzzi, Elaine M.  
Liuzzi, Elaine M. NORTH EASTON, Mass. Elaine M. Liuzzi of North Easton, died on March 12, 2015, following a period of declining health. She was 88. She was born on January 3, 1927, in Albany, residing in the family home on Orange Street for many years. Her parents, Carmino and Margherita (Sinisgalli) Liuzzi were the longtime proprietors of a small variety store. Elaine's mother retired in 1967, selling the store and together they moved to East Greenbush. Elaine worked as a private secretary for the New York State Legislature, devoting 41 years (1945-1986). During her career she served a number of legislators and was regarded as loyal and efficient. During this time of service, lasting friendships were created and maintained with those at every level of government. Elaine managed the Office of New York Senator Ed Speno. She shared interesting stories while serving Senator Speno, especially his work on the seat belt law. Elaine remained a close and personal friend of the Speno family until her death. Elaine was a communicant of Saint Mary Parish in Albany, where she also served as treasurer of the Rosary Society. She was a volunteer at The Albany Institute of History & Art, as well as a variety of other organizations. In addition to her parents, Elaine was predeceased by her brother, Anthony Liuzzi. She is survived by her sister-in-law, Monique Liuzzi of Switzerland; and three cousins, Domenic Robortella of New York, Marian Lombardi of Florida and Domenic Padula of Massachusetts. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, June 5, 2015, at 9:30 a.m., in Saint Mary Church, Albany. Interment, Saint Agnes Cemetery. Arrangements are by the O'Neill Funeral Home, 59 Peirce Street, Middleboro, Mass. To send condolences, please visit: oneillfuneral.com
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Published in Albany Times Union on June 1, 2015
Lovelace, Viola - Albany  
Lovelace, Viola ALBANY Viola Lovelace entered into eternal rest on May 26, 2015, at Rosewood Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, East Greenbush. Funeral service, Monday, June 1, 2015, 11 a.m., at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, 441 Washington Ave. Viewing 9 to 11 a.m. at the church. Interment, Evergreen Memorial Park.
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Published in Albany Times Union on May 31, 2015
Luniewski, Doris M. - Town Of Wright  
Luniewski, Doris M. TOWN OF WRIGHT Doris M. Luniewski, 71, of State Rte. 443, Town of Wright, died Saturday, May 23, 2015, at her home with the support of her family after a long illness. Doris was born October 18, 1943, in Shutters Corners, a daughter of Robert and Bessie (Helligas) Cook. She was a 1963 graduate of Schoharie High School and later, Albany School of Practical Nursing graduating in 1965. Doris was a nurse for 40 years in Geriatrics working at the former Eden Park Nursing Home, Guilderland Center Nursing Home and the Teresian House, retiring in 2008. She was a member of NYAHSA and received the Employee of the District Award in 2001. She was also a participant in a clinical trial for the Woman's Health Study. Doris was also a member of Bethany Evangelical Lutheran Church in Central Bridge where she served on the council and Bible study and was a member of Threads of Life Quilters in Gallupville. She married Alexander Luniewski on February 26, 1966. He predeceased her on August 4, 2009. Survivors include her children, Laura (Joseph) Conway of Kattskill Bay, Linda (Patrick) Murphy of Arlington, Va., Lisa (Bradley) Hales of Culpeper, Va., Alex (Jean) Luniewski of Gallupville and Theresa (Ross) Hammond of Holly Springs, N.C.; 10 grandchildren and her siblings, Edward, Thomas, and Donald Cook, Dorothy Eignor, Betty Jane Ferry, Brenda Peterson, Barbara Saddlemire, Sandra Roe and Susan Miller, along with many nieces and nephews. She was also predeceased by her siblings, Ronald, Kenneth and Charles. A period of visitation will be held from 4-7 p.m. on Thursday, May 28, at the Langan Funeral Home, 327 Main Street, Schoharie. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 29, at Bethany Evangelical Lutheran Church, Church Street, Central Bridge. Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Mrs. Luniewski to Bethany Evangelical Lutheran Church, PO Box 273, Central Bridge, NY 12035. Further information is available at langanfuneralhome.com .
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Published in Albany Times Union on May 27, 2015
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