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Paul Fishbeck

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Funeral services for Paul Fishbeck, age 61, of 411 Ford Ave,
Ogdensburg, will be held Tuesday (August 26, 2008) at Notre Dame Church at 9:30
a.m. with Rev. F. James Shurtleff officiating.
Burial will be in Notre Dame Cemetery.
Calling hours will be held on Monday from 2:00 to 4:00 and 6:00 to 8:00
p.m. at Frary Funeral Home.  Mr. Fishbeck
passed away Friday evening (August 22, 2008) at his home.

Mr. Fishbeck is survived by his wife, Mary; his father,
Ellis Fishbeck of Lakeland,  Florida; one
son, Cory Fishbeck and his wife, Jenny, of Florida and two daughters, Amy
Deloney and her husband, Paul, of Ogdensburg and Melissa Arquitt and her
husband, Andrew, of Kendrew corners; nine grandchildren; one great grandchild;
four stepchildren, Anthony Gillette and his wife Tonya, Beatrice Key  and her husband, Ricky, Jodi Gillette  and her companion Roger  Marlor and Mary Ogle and her husband, Phillip,
all of Texas; twelve step grandchildren; one great step grandchild; one
brother, Terry Fishbeck of  Lakealnd, Florida;
and one sister, Darlene Palmer, of Lakeland  Florida.

Mr. Fishbeck was born on May 9, 1947 in Ogdensburg, the son
of Ellis and Shirley Soper  Fishbeck.
He graduated from Heuvelton High School in 1965.  He first married Sally LaFlair.  That marriage ended in divorce.  On August 6, 2005, he married Mary Gorman
Gillette at Notre Dame Church with
Rev. F. James Shurtleff officiating.  He
worked for Diamond International for many years.  He also worked for Hoosier Magnetics, Ansen,
and Breconridge corporations as well as St. Lawrence Pulp and Paper Mill and Wal-Mart.
He also owned a trash removal company
and enjoyed doing carpentry work.   He was an avid bowler.  He was a member of the Oddfellows.  Paul proudly served in the local National
Guard for 14 years.

Donations may be made in his memory to Hospice of St.
Lawrence Valley and the Richard E. Winter Cancer Treatment Center. Note Dame
Hertage Fund.

2 Condolences

  • Peter Baltradis Posted August 24, 2008 3:05 AM

    In the short time that Paul spent working at Wal-Mart in Ogdensburg, he touched our hearts with his smile, his voice and his manner of spending a few moments with anyone who would have a chat with him. It seemed a perfect fit that Paul would work in the Lawn & Garden department…tending to Mother Nature’s beauty.
    I remember seeing Paul as a Bingo-caller at the Odd Fellows Hall, and later around town.

    I will miss Paul!

  • Kathie (Blood) Arnold Posted August 26, 2008 4:03 AM

    Although i had not seen Paul in Years, i kept in contact with him with my sister, Sandy Yerdon. I have known Paul for years and had the privilage of being in his and Sally’s wedding. My heart goes out to His Dad and also his brother Terry and sister Darlene.He is home now and will always be remembered.
    Kathie (Blood) Arnold

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