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Margaret Schwarzhans, 54; Nurse, Active In Rotary Exchange Program

IN MEMORIAM: Margaret Schwarzhans, 54;

Nurse, Active In Rotary Exchange Program

Margaret Schwarzhans

MORRIS – Margaret Elizabeth (Schneider) Schwarzhans, 54, of Morris, transitioned into the universe on Monday, Feb. 17, 2020, while surrounded by her six dedicated children and her loving husband.

Margaret was a scholar and musician, mother and wife. At 15, before graduating from Arlington High School, she spent one year in India as a Rotary International youth exchange student. She then served her country as a Vietnamese Signals Intelligence Voice Intercept Operator from 1983 to 1990, where she met her soulmate and future husband, Fred.

Doris L. Spearbeck, 89; RN At SUNY Oneonta Clinic For 30 Years

IN MEMORIAM: Doris L. Spearbeck, 89;

RN At SUNY Oneonta Clinic For 30 Years

Doris Spearbeck

ONEONTA – Doris L. Spearbeck, 89,  a nurse at SUNY Oneonta’s clinic for 30 years, passed away in Syracuse on Feb. 17, 2020, surrounded by family, following a brief illness.

She was born on March 20, 1930, and raised on the Loudon Farm in Walton. As a child she enjoyed skating and tending to the baby piglets. She graduated from Walton High School and Wilson School of Nursing in Johnson City, where her roommate introduced her to the love of her life.

She worked as a registered nurse at SUNY Oneonta Health & Wellness Center from 1968 to 1998. She started part-time and through her dedication and true concern of the students put into her care, she rose to supervisor of the department. She made lifetime friends along the way.

Alexandra Xanthaky, 75; RN Parter In Husband’s Medical Practice

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.

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