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Andrew F. Dibble

 

 Dibble, Andrew

Funeral services for Andrew F. Dibble, age 49, of 410
Lincoln Ave., Ogdensburg, will be held on Saturday, December 19, 2009 at 11:30
a.m. at Frary Funeral Home with Rev. Walter Smith officiating. Burial will be in Stone Church Cemetery in the Spring. Calling hours will be held on Saturday,
December 19, 2009 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Mr. Dibble passed away on Thursday, December 17, 2009 at Claxton Hepburn
Medical Center.

Mr. Dibble is survived by his father and mother, Lila and
Everett Dibble, Ogdensburg; three sisters, Sally Hughes and her companion,
Donald Kerr, Ogdensburg; Marlene Clark and her husband, Earl, Ogdensburg, and
Kimberly Kerr and her husband, Douglas; one brother, Everett Dibble, Jr. and
his wife, Debra, Claremont, NH; a brother, Kevin Dibble and his wife, Rose,
Gouverneur; a half brother, George LaBaff and his wife, Jackie, Madrid; a half
sister, Linda Terrance and her husband, Pete, Ogdensburg; and several nieces
and nephews. Mr. Dibble is predeceased
by his biological mother, Gladys Sawatis.

Mr. Dibble was born in Ogdensburg on November 12, 1960, the
son of Gladys Sawatis and Everett Dibble, Sr. He graduated from New York City Columbia College with a nursing
degree. He worked for a time for
Belleview Hospital in NYC and also the VA Hospital in NYC. At one time, he was featured in an article in
Better Homes and Gardens for his floral abilities. He loved gardening and doing floral
work. He will be sadly missed by his
cat, Lil Bit.

Donations may be made in his memory to the Act Now Program
at Akwesasne Mohawk Reservation.

3 Condolences

  • Michelle Morrow Posted December 18, 2009 5:08 PM

    TO THE DIBBLE FAMILY:

    OUR OFFICE IS SO SADDENED TO HEAR OF YOUR LOSS. ANDREW WAS A WONDERFUL MAN IT WAS OUR PLEASURE TO HAVE KNOWN HIM, HE WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED TO US AS “OFFICER DIBBLE”. GOD BLESS.
    DR. KERRIGAN + MICHELLE

  • Linda and John Dean Posted December 18, 2009 9:55 PM

    We are so saddened by Andy’s death. He was a truly wonderful and unique individual – so warm, intelligent, funny and positive – one of a kind. We will really miss his regular handwritten letters. We are honored he was part of our lives and he will continue to live in our hearts.

  • Judith A Cartisano Posted December 21, 2009 11:12 PM

    I can’t really think of any words that would express how much I will miss Andrew. He was truly my best friend. We had many wonderful times together, cooking, going out to restaurants, joking, laughing, talking for hours, just hanging out together.

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