LASHWAY - A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Monday, Dec. 3, 2012 from St. Joseph's Church in Dannemora for Marie Lashway, 85, of Plattsburgh and formerly of Standish, passed away peacefully, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 at the CVPH Medical Center in Plattsburgh. The Rev. Donald Kramberg, Pastor celebrated the Mass. The funeral pall was placed by Stella Colgan and Stanley Lashway. The crucifix was placed by Candie Lashway. Presentation of the gifts were by Linda Drollette and Shirley Bruce. Pallbearers were Howard Drollette, Jr., Chris Drollette, Jamie Drollette, Michael Colgan, Donald Pelkey and Charles Bruce. Burial will follow in St. Joseph's Cemetery Krmaberg recited the committal prayers. Arrangements were entrusted to Heald Funeral Home, 49 Court Street, Plattsburgh.
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