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Joyce enjoyed and did quite well in school excelling in chorus, art, 4-H, and loved being with her friends and going to dances. That same year she married and was with Ronald Harvey through 1984, having two children, Darcey and Ron, Jr. Then she started bookkeeping, boarding dogs, dog obedience classes, janitorial work, selling pet food, and a job she loved assisting local farmers and ranchers at the Ag.
Stabilization and Conservation Service (Farm Services Agency).
Pound is also survived by sisters Dean Bland of Fort Smith, Arkansas, Lou Snow of Eugene, Oregon, Gene Threadgill of Van Buren, Arkansas, and Don Threadgill of Memphis, Tennessee along with numerous beloved nieces and nephews.
Jacob is survived by his fiancé Haley Schendel, mother Louann Parker, father Ross Parker, sister Brittney Napolez and husband Alex, brother in heart, Orlando, grandmother Noley Parker and niece, apple of his eye and partner in crime…. Jacob is also survived by aunts, uncles and cousins…….. Hatty Lucinda Henderson Sagebiel passed away July 23, 2017 at the age of 95.
Government offices, churches, parks, the riverfront, and St.
Luke's Cornwall Hospital, a part of the Montefiore Health System, are situated within walking distance of downtown. When the explorer Henry Hudson visited the region in 1609 the land was occupied by the Waoraneck Indians.
While with ASCS Joyce also assisted with computer training and became an officer of the statewide employee association.
In the ensuing 50 years, English and Scotch families came to the fertile tableland above the river meadows naming it "new Cornwall" because of the marked similarity to the County of Cornwall, England, It is believed that the hamlet of Canterbury was the site of this settlement.In 1941 at the age of 20, Hatty Sagebiel married native Llano County rancher Daniel “Dan” Sagebiel and moved from Kerr County to Llano County.She and Dan raised two foster children, an adopted child and the entire family was active in St. Community involvement was always important to Hatty and she was active in the Home Demonstration Club and in 4-H with her children and helping other youth.Always looking to get a game of softball going after school at P. I remember Good Food grocery, Oscar Krieger's butcher, and the printing store where my mom worked with Connie Najmark.
I remember: Rita De Bias, Sharon Bursuk, Gina ..., Halbert Feinberg, Marshall Krauthamer, Robert Hoffman, Jerry Joseph, Susan Landon, Gary Goldman, Robert Weisbrodt, Tommy Rizzo, Curtis..., Herbert Frankel, Bernard Kleinman, Ellen ..., Susan Klein, Libby Finesmith (what a nice person), Joel Kurtzman, Happy Gold, and Glenda - all in that photo. My husband Jack lived in Arverne in the Rockaways 169th Street and Thursby Ave. We met at a Purim dance at the Laurelton Jewish Center Feb. Her mother's name was Marie Kelly and her sister was Debbie Kelly. Martinson who I used to write to when he was in Viet Nam. Another person was Paul Donados we were suppose to meet in front of St Patrick Cathedral for the year 2000 however I was ill and never made it. Susan and I have been married for 37 yrs and we live near Albany, NY and I have remained friends with Dr. E-mail me at Marla [email protected]: residing in Newton, MA. Michael Feldman's comments brought back so many memories. I have been in touch with Marsha Straubing, Donna Klur, Adrianne Sklar, Michael Ginsburg, Larry Frank. I am married with two children and 5 grandkids and having a GREAT life! We had bus passes for the Q5 that came in different colors each month that we saved.
Very much like her love for family and animals, Joyce often helped others with record and bookkeeping.