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News of Otsego County

WWII Veteran

Gilbert F. Sherman, 90; WWII Veteran, Wilber Bank Loan Officer

IN MEMORIAM: Gilbert F. Sherman, 90;

WWII Veteran, Wilber Bank Loan Officer

ONEONTA – Gilbert F. Sherman, 90, a World War II veteran and retired Wilber Bank loan officer, passed away on May 12, 2017 at Fox Nursing Home.   Previously, he lived in Milford.

He was the husband of the late Jane (Schempf) Sherman. He was born on April 21, 1927 in Middleburgh, son of the late Lee and Edith (Fryar) Sherman. He graduated from Milford Central School in 1944. Gil served in the Army Air Corps in the Pacific during the World War II Army of Occupation as a radio man on a B-17.

Anthony Chicorelli, 93; Oneonta Native, World War II Veteran

IN MEMORIAM: Anthony Chicorelli, 93;

Oneonta Native, World War II Veteran

Anthony Chicorelli

ONEONTA – Anthony Chicorelli, 93, a Navy veteran of World War II who retired from Allied Corp., died Thursday, March 30, 2017, from natural causes.

He was born June 25, 1923, son of Eugenio and Alessandra (Pallottolo) Ciccarelli. Affectionately known as Tony to friends and family, he married Frances Louise Beach in 1942. Frances left this world too soon, on May 20, 1993, 69 years young.

Paul W. Shelton, 93, WWII Veteran In 32 Naval Battles
IN MEMORIAM

Paul W. Shelton, 93, WWII

Veteran In 32 Naval Battles

Paul Shelton

ONEONTA – Paul Wilson Shelton, 93, a World War II veteran who served on the USS Lexington aircraft carrier during 32 battles in the Pacific Theater, passed away Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Fox Hospital.

He was born May 18, 1923, in Warwick, Tenn., the son of the late Henry and Clarence (Cherry) Amos.  Paul was raised in Woodville, Mississippi and graduated from Woodville High School.

He enlisted in the Navy just before Pearl Harbor Day and, assigned to the USS Lexington, was also involved in the development of radar.

Russell A. Southard Sr., 96; WWII Vet Supervised Major Construction Projects
IN MEMORIAM

Russell A. Southard Sr., 96; WWII Vet

Supervised Major Construction Projects

Russell A. Southard Sr.
Russell A. Southard Sr.

OTEGO – Services are planned later this month for Russell Anderson Southard Sr., 96, a WWII veteran who helped build the Downsville Dam and supervised other major construction projects while raising six daughters and a son in Otego.  He died Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, at the Oxford Veterans Home.

He was born Sept. 11, 1920, one of four sons of Lou and Bethel (Anderson) Southard. He married Marguerite Smith on Oct. 22, 1942, in the Otego Presbyterian Church. Together they raised a family of seven. She died Aug. 28, 1986.

Gordon A. Daley Sr., 91; Served In Japan Occupation After WWII

IN MEMORIAM;  Gordon A. Daley Sr., 91;

Served In Japan Occupation After WWII

ONEONTA – Gordon A. Daley, Sr., 91, an Amphenol retiree who served in the occupation of Japan after World War II, passed away Nov. 26, 2016 at Chestnut Park Rehabilitation & Nursing Center after a lengthy illness.

Gordon was born Feb. 7, 1925 in Oxford, the son of Leo and Edna (McMullen) Daley.  He married Beverly Baker on Aug. 16, 1946 at Elm Park United Methodist Church in Oneonta.

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