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Fiesta Restaurant

Martin R. Patton Sr., 89; Restaurant, Realty Investor

IN MEMORIAM: Full Obituary

Martin R. Patton Sr., 89;

Restaurant, Realty Investor

Marty Patton Sr.

ONEONTA – Martin R. Patton Sr., 89, who played semi-pro football before returning home to a career in restaurants and real estate, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on March 9, 2019.

Born Jan. 6, 1930, in Oneonta, the son of Martin Brown and Agnes Jenette (Hanes) Patten, he lost his dad in 1948 in a farming accident.

Marty worked for D&H Railroad the summer of 1948 and a bell hop at the Oneonta Hotel nights, graduating from Oneonta High School in 1949.

He started working as a salesman for Stringers selling Kaiser/Fraiser cars,  and in 1950-51 worked nights at Lynn Coach, operating a 7A turret lathe. Following high school, he played semi pro football for several years.

The Thrills And Agony Of Election Night 2017

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The Thrills And Agony

Of Election Night 2017

Otsego County Board Chair Kathy Clark, R-Otego/Laurens, and family friend Tom Kelly, the Hartwick College director of security,  follow Election Night 2017 returns in real time at the Republican gathering Tuesday, Nov. 7, at the Fiesta Restaurant in downtown Oneonta.  Clark ended the evening a spare nine votes ahead of her Democratic challenger Cathy Nardi.   The absentee votes will be counted next Wednesday at the county Board  of Elections office at The Meadows, Town of Middlefield, to determine the outcome.  (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
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