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Jon Luke Beauregard GRAFTON- Jon Luke Beauregard, 17 of Claus Road died suddenly on Monday evening August 13th at Samaritan Hospital after being stricken at home. Death was attributed to natural causes. Born December 7, 1994 in Troy, NY, Jon was preparing to enter his senior year at Tamarac High School in Brunswick. A lifelong resident of Grafton, Jon was a communicant of Our Lady of the Snow Roman Catholic Church in Grafton. Baseball was his life! He was a member of the Junior Varsity Baseball team at Tamarac. He was also an avid fan of both the New York Yankees and New York Giants. Jon was constantly helping his grandparents and his Uncle Joe. Besides baseball, his hobbies included golf, dungeons and dragons and computer games. Jon is survived by his mother Marie E. Claus and his father Donald A. Beauregard, maternal grandparents Leonard and Margaret Claus all of Grafton, paternal grandfather George Hathaway of Troy, godmother Laurie Hathaway of Troy, aunts and uncles Leonard (Sheri) Claus Jr. of Schaghticoke, Joseph (Barbara Ann) Claus of Grafton, Thomas (Ellen) Claus of Sanford, NC along with many cousins and friends. He was predeceased by his paternal grandmother Betty Hathaway. A Liturgy of Christian Death and Burial will be celebrated by Rev. Kenneth Gregory on Saturday, August 18th at 10 AM in Our Lady of the Snow Roman Catholic Church, 31 Owen Road Grafton. Inurnment will follow in the Meadowlawn Cemetery in Petersburgh. The family will begin receiving visitors at the church on Saturday beginning at 9 AM. Memorial contributions are suggested and may be given to either the Grafton Rescue Squad, PO Box G, Grafton, NY 12082 or the Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York, Three Washington Square, Albany, NY 12205. Arrangements are under the direction of the Thomas M. Barber Funeral Home of Petersburgh.

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Published in The Record on Aug. 15, 2012
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