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Jane attended and graduated from Moler Beauty School in New York City for three months and Pinckney Beauty ... two nephews, John (Dorothy) Malone and Mathew (Christine) Grudzien; 12 great-nieces and nephews, and 22 great-great-nieces and nephews. (Auburnpub)
Born July 2, 1926 in Malone, New York, he was a son to the late Frederick Gero and Viola Higgins Gero. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served in the Philippines during World War II. Walter worked as a carpenter and a masonry finisher. He was an ... (Southernheadines)
He was employed in the custodial department of the New York State Police Troop B in Malone and later in Ray Brook, from June 15, 1972, until his retirement on Feb. 13, 1994. He also enjoyed tending bar at the Hotel Saranac, Malone Lodge of Elks ... (Adirondack Daily Enterprise)
She also served as Matron of ELM City Chapter, Malone, NY. Dorothy was a member of Daughters of the Nile serving as Queen and treasurer. She was a longtime member of the Lions Clubs in Malone and Johnstown, NY, where she served as secretary for over 15 years. (Leader Herald)
LACONIA — Charles "Charlie" Francis Malone, Jr., 97, of Crescent Street died Friday, Jan. 6, 2017, at Lakes Region General Hospital surrounded by his loving family. Charlie was born May 25, 1919, in Little Falls, New York, to the late Charles F., (laconiadailysun.com)
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