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IN MEMORIAM: Alexandra Xanthaky, 75;

RN Parter In Husband’s Medical Practice

ONEONTA – Alexandra Xanthaky, 75, an R.N. who was co-owner of Upper Main Street Associates, her husband’s medical practice, passed away Wednesday evening, March 20, 2019, at her home in the Town of Milford, surrounded by family. She was 75.

Born Aug. 25, 1943, in Glasgow, Scotland, Sandra was a daughter of Alexander and Margaret H. (Morison) Findlay. Following World War II, the Findlay family emigrated to the United States and first settled in Jersey City, N.J., and then later moved to Levittown on Long Island.

Sandra was a registered nurse, and for  30 years was part owner and office manager for Upper Main Street Associates, her husband’s medical practice in Oneonta.
She is survived by her husband of 52 years, Gregory J. Xanthaky, MD, of Oneonta; two sons, George S. Xanthaky and his wife, Bok-dal of Odessa, Fla., and Peter A. Xanthaky of Canton; three daughters, Diana Xanthaky DeRosa and her husband, Frank of Lloyd Harbor, Ariadne (“Dee”) Xanthaky Nikiforou and her husband, Chris of Atlanta, Ga., and Petty Officer (ret.) Christina Xanthaky, USN, of Milford; five grandchildren, Frank, Gabriella, Nicholas and Sophia DeRosa and Gregory Xanthaky; one brother, Alistair Findlay and his wife, Lynn of Plymouth, Mass., and their son, Alec Findlay; and one sister, Carol Findlay of Bradenton Beach, Fla., and her daughter, Cecelia Peers. She is also survived by her beloved dog, Daisy Mae.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Margaret H. Findlay, who died in 2007, her father, Alexander Findlay, who died in 1986, and her mother-in-law Helen Xanthaky, who died in 2007.
Services will be private at the convenience of the Xanthaky family.
In lieu of flowers kindly consider donations in her memory to A.O. Fox Hospital, 1 Norton Avenue, Oneonta, NY 13820.
The Connell, Dow & Deysenroth Funeral Home in Cooperstown is serving the family.


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