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|1751||Woman dies from fire injuries|
2/14/2012 The (Schenectady, NY) Times Journal
By David Avitabile
The 46-year-old woman injured in a fire died Thursday at a Syracuse hospital.
Kelly Finn was taken by ambulance from the Route 7 home she was renting last Tuesday morning to Cobleskill Regional Hospital, said Schoharie County Sheriff Tony Desmond.
After being stabilized, the mother of two was flown by helicopter to Syracuse where she died Thursday.
Many questions remain about the fire and the death.
Sheriff Desmond said evidence from the fire has been sent to a lab for analysis but no results have come back.
There has also been no information back on the autopsy performed on Ms. Finn, the Sheriff said.
The cause of the fire still has not been determined, he said.
Fire and police officials have interviews members of Ms. Finn's family, including her son and daughter, the Sheriff said.
The call for the fire at the Central Bridge home came in at 8:43am last Tuesday.
When fire personnel arrived at 3240 Route 7, one half mile east of Wetsel Hollow Road, they found a working structure fire with a heavy smoke condition.
Emergency personnel removed Ms. Finn, who was unresponsive, and she was being transported by ambulance to Cobleskill Regional Hospital.
Ms. Finn was the only one at home in the white, two-story wooden home at the time of the fire.
Most of the fire was contained to the rear of the building. It also spread to the attic.
Firefighters from Central Bridge, Cobleskill, Schoharie, Esperance, and Middleburgh responded to the scene along with a fire assist and search team from Worcester.
Emergency personnel from the Scho-Wright, Cobleskill and Central Bridge ambulance squads also responded.
|Gamache, Kelly J. (I73338639)
|1752||Woodsman||Collins (Colin), Narcisse (I791)
|1753||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I1406)
|1754||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I2651)
|1755||Worked with the Veterans Administration in Denver||King, Sr., Thomas Joseph (I197)
|1756||Works in Shingle Mill, Rouse Point, Champlain Twp., Clinton County, NY||Family F66
|1757||WWI draft card states birthday as 22 Nov 1883||Gamache, Frank Joseph (I4249)
|1758||WWI Draft card states birthday as June 8||Gamache, Joseph Phillipe Oliver (I4248)
|1759||WWI Draft Record||Rosen, Max (I388)
|1760||WWI Draft record states birth date as 6 Oct 1885||Huot, Joseph John Cyrus (I936)
|1761||WWI Draft record states birthdate as 16 Jan 1893||Slotsky, Jacob Isaac (I513)
|1762||WWI Draft Registration, September 12, 1918||King, Peter Syriac (I153)
|1763||WWI Veteran||Horner, George (I1547)
|1764||WWI veteran||Krause, Charles E. (I44)
|1765||WWI Veteran||Gamache, Henry (I73334919)
|1766||WWII Draft Card lists May 7 as birth date||Forget dit Latour, Charles August (I2386)
|1767||WWII draft record list 5 Feb 1889 as birthdate||Deutsch, Joseph Leonard (I298)
|1768||YAKIMA - Leone Gamache, 88, of Yakima, passed away Wednesday morning, January 9, 2008 at Lola Kay Adult Family Home.|
She was born November 6, 1919 in Yakima to Henry Daniel and Estelle Velida (Rouleau) Ley, early pioneers in the Yakima Valley. Leone graduated from St. Joseph Academy, June 1936, in Yakima at the age of 16. She enrolled in the Secretarial Science Course at Whitman Business College, and mastered her subjects in record time. Because of her exceptionally fine personality and thorough work ethics, she was selected to fill the position of general secretary for the Gordon Smith Advertising Co., now known as Smith Phillips & Dipietro Advertising and Public Relations.
On January 10, 1939 Leone married Euclid William Gamache at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Yakima. They were blessed in a devoted marriage for 61 years. They made their first home in Moxee, then moved to Grandview in 1941. Leone worked with Euclid in all phases of their hop farm, including the 24-hour cookhouse, payroll, bookkeeping, and working in the fields during harvest. The farming operation moved to Toppenish in 1954, where the business continued to grow.
In 1961, they moved their family to Terrace Heights while continuing to operate the Toppenish farm. As members of the Yakima Country Club, Leone enjoyed playing golf with Euclid and numerous friends. She was kept busy attending to the activities of her eight children. Traveling, camping, trips to the seashore or the mountains, and family gatherings at their log home at Twin Lakes, WA were always favorites. Her precise handwork was always in progress for someone to enjoy. In recent years, she made beautiful quilts for all her family.
Leone was a genteel lady loved by all who knew her. Woven into her graceful manner was a sense of humor, a twinkling eye, and a teasing spirit. She had a compassionate heart and loved helping others. Leone's family is grateful to all the caregivers at Englewood Heights, Lola Kay Adult Family Home, and Del and Cheryl Miles. The support of Yakima Valley Memorial Hospice and the devotion from Cindy, Kate, and Mary for mother was a comfort for her family. All the care is greatly appreciated.
Leone will be missed by her eight children and their spouses: Carol M. and Guy Loudon, Jim and Cheryl Gamache, Bernice and Bill Clem and Maryann Gamache, all of Yakima; Bob and Cris Gamache of Richland, Jo Ann Gamache of Yakima, Roger and Paula Gamache of Pasco, and Alan and Nancy Gamache of Lincoln, CA; 29 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Leone was preceded in death by her husband, Euclid; parents, Henry and Estelle Ley; her sisters, Pearl Beauchene and Shirley Rose Ley; and her brother, Earl (Bud) Ley.
Viewing will be Saturday, noon until 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, noon until 4:00 p.m. at Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home.
Vigil service will be held Sunday, January 13, 2008 at 4:00 p.m. at Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial is Monday, January 14, 2008 at 10:00 a.m. at Holy Family Catholic Church. Interment will follow in Holy Rosary Cemetery, Moxee.
Visit www.mem.com to share a memory of Leone. Memorials may be made to the Yakima Valley Memorial Hospice or to St. Paul Cathedral School c/o Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home.
Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home is entrusted with the arrangements.
|Ley, Leone Velida (I73336193)
|1769||[MARIE-ANNE] AURORE SAVARD, b. September 14, 1914, La Broquerie, Manitoba, Canada; d. July 27, 1994, Tache Nursing Home, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; m. VICTOR ALBERT JOSEPH GAMACHE, January 02, 1935, La Broquerie, Manitoba, Canada; b. September 07, 1908, Laurier, Manitoba, Canada; d. July 23, 1979, near La Broquerie, Manitoba, Canada.||Savard, Marie Anne Aurore (I73342682)
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