Batavia Obituaries

Batavia Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Batavia, NY

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  • Tuesday Aug 7 | via Observer 

    Jimmy K. Williams

    Jimmy K. Williams, 62, of Batavia, passed away on Thursday, August 2, 2018 at Rochester General Hospital, in Rochester. Mr. Williams was born November 15, 1955 in Silver Creek, a son of the late Benjamin and Ella Mae Johnson Williams.

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  • Friday Aug 3 | via Observer 

    Elsie G. Duckworth

    Elsie G. Duckworth, 89 of Batavia, passed away peacefully on Friday July 27, 2018 at Heritage Village Rehab and Skilled Nursery in Gerry, NY. She was born in Elizabeth, NJ on April 1, 1929 to the late Robert Humel.She is preceded in death by her beloved husband Howard G. Duckworth, son Richard Duckworth, siblings Ernie Humel, Linda Dibble, Elenor Luce, Alice Martin and Robert Humel.Mrs. Duckworth worked for many years at PW Minor in Batavia.

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  • Tuesday Jul 31 | via The Batavian 

    The bar formerly known as Billy Goats goes out with ...

    It was The Goht's last stand Tuesday night as a packed house said to goodbye to a bar full of friends. You probably know The Goht as Billy Goats, named, legend has it, after a resident across the street who years ago kept goats.

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  • Friday Jul 27 | via The Batavian 

    Ray Ray was always there for you, say members of slain man's family at vigil

    Those who made it a habit to read arrest reports locally have come across the name Raymond Lee Morgan a few times over the years but that public profile paints an unfair picture of the man, his friends and family said during a vigil in his honor yesterday outside 111 Liberty St., where he was murdered on Tuesday. "He had seven grandkids," Urbanski said. 3 comments

  • Friday Jul 27 | via The Batavian 

    The bar formerly known as Billy Goats will close its...

    There will be drink specials at the tavern formerly known as Billy Goats, 345 W. Main St., Batavia, on Tuesday because the bar won't open again on Wednesday, or Thursday, or Friday, any other day after that unless some entrepreneur wants to sign a lease and open a new nightspot. Owner John Spyropoulos wants to eliminate his existing inventory of booze because he's decided his family is more important than trying to run two demanding businesses by himself.

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  • Friday Jul 27 | via The Batavian 

    Person of interest in custody in Raymond Morgan murd...

    A person of interest in the murder of Raymond Lee Morgan is in custody on an unrelated matter, Batavia PD announced this morning. The police are not releasing the name of the person or a description of the person because of "the very active nature of the investigation."

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  • Jun 27, 2018 | via The Batavian 

    Younger sister continuing selling rubber band bracel...

    Carmelina Pellegrino, an 8-year-old who lives in Batavia, has dedicated her time this summer making colorful rubber band bracelets to sell at Picnic at the Park this year, with all the proceeds being donated to Alzheimer's Research. A booth will be set up outside of their house at 150 State St., across from Centennial Park during Picnic at the Park on July 4th, with purple balloons and tablecloths, which is the color of Alzheimer's Disease Awareness.

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