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Catherine (Booie) Lewis


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Funeral services for Catherine (Booie) Lewis, age 93, of 418
Paterson St., Ogdensburg, will be held at St. Marys Cathedral on Tuesday
(January 6, 2008) at 10 a.m. with Father Terry LaValley officiating. Miss Lewis
passed away Tuesday (December 30, 2008) at the home of Tom and Donna Luckie
surrounded by her loving family.  Arrangements are with Frary Funeral



Miss Lewis is survived by eleven nieces and nephews;
several great nieces and nephews and great grand nieces and nephews, all from
Nova Scotia, Canada; close second cousins, Thomas and Donna Luckie Jr., of
Ogdensburg, and their children, Tommy Luckie, III of Buffalo, and Owen and
Riley Luckie of Ogdensburg; James and Candace Luckie of North Carolina and
their children, Sean, Kyle and Morgan Luckie; Colleen Luckie, Germany;
Elizabeth Luckie, Connecticut; Monica and Stephen LaRose of Ogdensburg and
their children, Cavan, Breton, Kinnon and Brogan LaRose; and Eugene and Kristen
Luckie, South Carolina, and their children, Catherine, Eugene, Jr., Mary
Margaret and Colleen Luckie; and Tom, Pam, and Michael Luckie of Ogdensburg.
She was predeceased by three sisters, Evelyn and Eleanor Lewis and Loretta
Fraser; three brothers, Austin, Simon and James Lewis; and two nephews, Melvin
Fraser and Russell Fraser.

Miss Lewis was born on August 10, 1915 in Edwardsville, Cape Breton, Nova
Scotia, the daughter of William and Mary Joseph McGillivray Lewis. Catherine,
along with her sister, Eleanor, helped raised the late Catherine Ruth
Luckie.  She moved to New York City and was trained as an LPN.
Miss Lewis worked well into her 70’s for many prominent families in New York
City.  In 1995, Miss Lewis moved to Ogdensburg and resided with Tom and
Donna Luckie.

She enjoyed children, cats, horseracing, politics and baseball. She was a
parishioner of St. Mary’s Cathedral and very strong in her faith.

Memorial contributions may be made in her memory to the Ogdensburg Boys and
Girls Club.