Troy Obituaries

Troy Obituaries

Local obituary notices in Troy, NY

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  • Monday Sep 17 | via Albany Times Union 

    Albany attorney F. Stanton Ackerman dead at 79

    Defense attorney F. Stanton Ackerman presents his opening arguments in the Crosier murder case in Rensselaer County Courthouse in Troy, N.Y. July 12, 2012. Defense attorney F. Stanton Ackerman presents his opening arguments in the Crosier murder case in Rensselaer County Courthouse in Troy, N.Y. July 12, 2012.

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  • Thursday Sep 13 | via The Warwick Advertiser 

    Richard Sullivan installed as President-Elect of Sta...

    A New York State licensed funeral director since 1982, Sullivan will serve for the 2018-2019 term. Sullivan, a member of NYSFDA for 30 years, has previously served the organization as Region 7 Director for the Hudson Valley.

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  • Monday Aug 27 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    R. Troy Harter

    R. Troy Harter, 50, Alexandria Bay, passed away early Saturday morning on August 25th, 2018 in the Town of Pamelia. The funeral service will be 7 pm Wednesday, August 29th at the Reed & Benoit Funeral Home, 632 State St., Watertown with Rev.

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  • Aug 9, 2018 | via New Canaan News-Review 

    Community Buzz: Free end-of-life informational semin...

    From left, Hannah Knox of the New Canaan Community Foundation, John Hamilton of Mountainside, Paul Reinhardt of New Canaan Parent Support Group, and Lauren Patterson of the New Canaan Community Foundation. The New Canaan Parent Support Group and the New Canaan Community Foundation have partnered to host the Overdose Awareness Vigil at Elm Street and South Avenue in New Canaan on Aug. 30 at 7 p.m. less From left, Hannah Knox of the New Canaan Community Foundation, John Hamilton of Mountainside, Paul Reinhardt of New Canaan Parent Support Group, and Lauren Patterson of the New Canaan Community Foundation.

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  • Aug 3, 2018 | via Albany Times Union 

    Photos: Fallen Troy Marine from WWI awarded medal

    Conrad Lang accepts a Senate Liberty Medal from Senator Neil Breslin in memory of Lang's uncle John James Callahan Jr., the first Marine from Troy killed in World War I, during a graveside ceremony at Saint MaryA's Cemetery Thursday August 2, 2018 in Troy, NY. Private John James Callahan, Jr. died at the Battle of Belleau Wood, a bloody battle that lasted from June 1-26, 1918, and claimed more lives of the United States Marine Corps than it did in its entire history to that point.

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