Batavia Obituaries

Batavia Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Batavia, NY

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  • Friday | via The Batavian 

    Michael Napoleone Memorial Foundation Board launches...

    The Board of Directors of the Michael Napoleone Memorial Foundation is excited to announce the launch of its Community Youth Grant. This grant will be awarded to charitable organizations whose primary mission is to facilitate youth activities for children up to age 18. It supports one of three mission priorities established by the foundation -- "to assist youth organizations and youth athletics."


  • Friday Nov 9 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    Marcia A. Barrett

    Arrangements are with the Hart & Bruce Funeral Home 117 N. Massey St., Watertown. There will be no calling hours.


  • Monday Oct 29 | via Observer 

    Bartlett M. Adams

    Center in Batavia, NY after a lengthy illness.Bartlett was born August 9, 1930 in Dunkirk, NY, son of the late Rupert I. and Dorothy G. Adams.He was the beloved hus-band of Kim , father of Cathy Lisowski, Lakeview NY and Mark Adams, Sheridan, NY and stepfather of Steven Higbee, Ludowici, GA, and Vicki Seiberg, Mayville, NY.Bart was the grandfather of Kelly Lisowski and Katelyn Scarsella, Derek Banner, Sarah Adams, Jackson and Amelia Seiberg, and great- grandfather of AmberLynn Banner, and Lyla and Aria Scarsella.He was predeceased by his brother, Rupert Jr. in 1934.


  • Friday Oct 26 | via The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York 

    Josephine James Crandall

    Josephine James Crandall, 94, of Batavia, N.Y., died Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, at Juniper Village at Brookline, State College, Pa.


  • Jun 29, 2016 | via The Batavian 

    WBTA's Jerry Warner remembered for his warm voice, h...

    Over his 30 years on WBTA, in hosting "Main and Center," broadcaster Jerry Warner talked to hundreds of members of the Genesee County community and a few of them recalled Warner yesterday after learning of his passing Sunday night. "It was always a joy to go over there and do the show with him because he was so easy to talk to," said Tom Turnbull, president of the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce.