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News of Otsego County

Orlando Fla

Mary Evans Kinney, 81; Mount Vision Women Dies In Florida

IN MEMORIAM:  Mary E. Kinney, 81;

Mount Vision Women Dies In Florida

Mary Kinney

MOUNT VISION – Mary Helen Evans Kinney, 81, of Mount Vision, passed away in Orlando, Florida, on Dec. 22, 2019, from respiratory complications.

Mary was born in Mount Vision, to parents Leah and Clarence “Poppy” Evans. She graduated from Laurens High School in 1956.

She married Richard Lavern Kinney Sr., of Schuyler Lake, on July 14, 1956.  A journeyman printer, he passed away on Jan. 8, 2019, also in Orlando.  They raised four children together. They subsequently celebrated 63 years of marriage.

Richard L. Kinney Sr., 83; Printer Worked At County Highway Dept.

IN MEMORIAM: Richard L. Kinney Sr., 83;

Printer Worked At County Highway Dept.

Richard Kinney

MOUNT VISION – Richard Lavern Kinney Sr., 83, a Guardsman, printer and county highway department employee, passed away on Jan. 8, 2019, in Orlando, Fla., as a result of cardiac issues.

He was born in Schuyler Lake, in the bedroom of his parent’s home in September  1938.  Richard and Mary Helen Evans of Mount Vision married on July 14, 1956, and subsequently celebrated 63 years of marriage.

Mayor Herzig Decries Slayings In Orlando

Mayor Herzig Decries

Slayings In Orlando

 Oneonta Mayor Gary Herzing, in conjunction with the Common Council and the Commission on Community Relations & Human Rights, today issued a proclamation decrying the mass shooting in Orlando, Fla., on Sunday, June 12, and declaring solidarity with LGBT communities in Oneonta and Orlando.

Oneonta Mayor Gary Herzing, in conjunction with the Common Council and the Commission on Community Relations & Human Rights, today issued a proclamation decrying the mass shooting in Orlando, Fla., on Sunday, June 12, and declaring solidarity with LGBT communities in Oneonta and Orlando.  (Click on proclamation for larger image.)
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