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Delbert Spooner

Delbert Spooner

Funeral services for Delbert J. Spooner-age 61 of 701 Lisbon Street,
Ogdensburg will be held on Wednesday,
February 20, 2008 at 10:00
am at Notre Dame
Church with Rev. F. James
Shurtleff as celebrant.  Spring burial
will be held at Notre Dame
Cemetery.  Calling hours will be held on Tuesday, February 19, 2008
from 2:00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 pm at Frary Funeral Home.  Mr. Spooner died unexpectedly at Claxton Hepburn Medical
Center on Sunday, February 17, 2008

Mr. Spooner is survived by one daughter and her husband;
Anne Marie and Peter Baltradis of Ogdensburg and his son-in-law’s sister,
Ingrid Baltradis.  He is predeceased by
one sister; Elaine Pearson in 1992.

Mr. Spooner was born on March 24, 1946 in Ogdensburg; the son of
Delbert A. and Charlotte
(Lassial) Spooner.  He graduated from Ogdensburg Free Academy
in 1965 where he enjoyed playing football.
He was a merchandiser for 15 years for Nabisco Foods and worked
part-time for Keebler.  He married
Sharlene M. Roux on September
9, 1967 at Notre Dame
Church with Rev. Menard
officiating.  She predeceased him on November 20, 1990.  He was a vendor for Dell’s Sport and Novelty
Goods for the Seaway Festival and also the Boys and Girls Club.  He enjoyed watching the New York Yankees, the
New York Giants, the New York Rangers, the Syracuse Orangeman and college
hockey.  He was a member of the Knights
of Columbus.

Donations may be made in his memory to the Knights of
Columbus in Ogdensburg.

1 Condolence

  • Thomas Rivet Posted February 22, 2008 5:14 AM

    As we grow older we all miss our past friends and associates. I went to school with Delbert in Ogdensburg and we were just starting to become friends when my Mother and I moved to Heuvelton afte my own Father’s passing. I don’t think I ever saw him again, but I do remember him.

    Our sincere condolences to the family and friends.

    Tom Rivet

    No response needed or expected; just wanted to express our prayers and consideration for the family.

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