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Ellen Dwyer

Marcellus, New York

Dec 10, 1935 – Aug 4, 2019

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Ellen O'Shea Dwyer August 4, 2019 Ellen O'Shea Dwyer, 83, of Wyckoff, New Jersey, formerly of Marcellus, New York, passed away peacefully on Sunday, August 4, 2019. Ellen was born on December 10, 1935 in Skaneateles Falls, New York and was the daughter of the late James O'Shea and Nellie (Major)...

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Jim - naturally you have my deepest sympathy. I have only fond memories of both of you.

Sid Devorsetz

Beautiful picture of your mom Tom. May she Rest In Peace. God bless to you and your family.

Please accept the heartfelt sympathies of Le Moyne College. May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace during this difficult time.

To Jim, Tom and Tony,
Ed and I extend our deepest sympathy and condolences to you. Ellen was a person who we admired and enjoyed. She was a beautiful person, inside and out. Ellen will be sorely missed by all who knew her.
Ed and Janet Heinrich

Tom & Tony,
Marcellus, Highland Drive, Reed Parkway, Second St. it was all a magical time and place. The Dwyers, Kissanes, Rosettis, Welches, Rivetts. Jim & Ellen, Doctor & Rosemary Kissane (our own version of Lucille Ball), Jack & Betty Welch, Joe & Helene Rosetti. What a crew! So much fun. All the pieces to a perfect puzzle. I am so grateful to have known Ellen and Jim, both an important part of my teenage years. I have always said that I could not of had a better...

My condolences, prayers and love towards the Dwyer family during this difficult time.
Ellen had a calm demeanor, even the day the boys and Max backed the VW down the driveway into the empty lot next door.
Ellen, Rosemary and Betty Stapleton spent many hours, with libations in hand, discussing the joys and occasional tribulations of raising children.
I will always remember Ellen as a classy lady.

Ellen's journey continues beyond our ability to witness it...

Ellen embodied everything that was cultured and classy - to me she was the quintessential LADY. Her mannerisms and the way she carried herself spoke of a genteel nature and a loving heart. I will always remember her as a lovely person, both inside and out.... May God hold her husband, children and grandchildren in the palm of His hand, and ease their grief, even slightly, until they meet again.

Annie Palen