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Her funeral will be Thursday, November 16, 2017 at a.m. Kraeger; her twins, Meghan and her partner Anthony and their daughter Hailey, and Bryan; her dad, Donald Wahl and his best friend Helen Hutchins; her sisters and brothers-in-law, Bernadette and Wendell Garrison, and Angela and Joseph Bauer; her best friend, who she considered a sister, Bettina Whitebean; and a dear friend, Khara Phetteplace.at the Boonville United Methodist Church, Main St., with interment to follow in Boonville Cemetery. at Trainor Funeral Home, Inc., 143 Schuyler Street, Boonville. She is also survived by aunts and uncles as well as loving nieces and nephews.On August 31, 1940, Carol was united in marriage with Frederick C.Ingersoll at the Presbyterian Church Manse, Boonville.Arrangements were with Iseneker Funeral Home, Inc., Lowville. Affectionately known as Gil, he was born in Lowville on June 20, 1945, a son of Vernon E. Afterwards, he began his long and excellent career in logging, working with his fathers logging business.Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of ones choice. On July 22, 1967, Gil was united in marriage with the love of his life, Susan H. This was a blessed and loving union that endured for 50 years.of Boonville, and earned the title of Certified Woodsman.For several years, Gil was one of the leading providers of pulpwood for the Gould Paper Company, Lyons Falls; later until the present time, he provided logs for many area sawmills. In addition to his church and family, Gil greatly enjoyed playing the sport of softball; for many years until recently he participated in many softball leagues in Lewis County.
In Ellens memory, please make contributions to the Remsen United Methodist Church or the Remsen Fire Department. For several years, Carol was employed as a sales clerk at Hills Department Store, Boonville, and as a cashier at Victory Markets, Boonville.
Ellen was a graduate of Skaneateles Central School, Elmira College, and Cortland State Teachers College.
Ellen taught kindergarten starting in Naples, NY, then many years in Binghamton, NY, retiring in 1985.
She was the daughter of the late Lee and Jennie (Howell) Huey.
In 1938, the family moved to Skaneateles to the farm just east of the village on Route 20.
In addition to his wife of 50 years, Gil is survived by his children and grandchildren, which he loved immensely: Gail and Trent Williams and their family, Nathanael, Joshua, Caleb, Abigail and husband, Nicholas Argenzia, Rome; Rita and Danny Chamberland and their family, Beka, Jeremiah, and Josiah, Clinton, ME; Peggy and William Oleksy and their family, Austin, Carryn and Brianna, Boonville; and Carl and Angela Martin and their family, Mitchell, Ethan, Dawson, Jarrett and Kaitlyn, Boonville. He is survived by nine daughters, Nicole and Charles Kraeger, Port Leyden, Amanda Austin and fiancée Joshua Smith, Port Leyden, Kayla Jordan, Boonville, Elizabeth and Paul Hrim, Boonville, Jennifer and Michael Dailey, Turin, Brittany Moreland, Port Leyden, Stacey, Emily and Janna Austin, all of Boonville; also 20 grandchildren and counting. Her father died when she was 3 years old and she was raised by her mother, Kathleen. Lawrence Lash-11/8/2017FORESTPORT - Lawrence Lash, 84, passed away peacefully on Sunday, November 5, 2017 at Sunset Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, Boonville.