GUILDERLAND — Marie Jeanne Beliveau, matriarch of the Beliveau family, was raised as a single child in Canada before eventually settling on a Guilderland farm. “Her dream,” her family wrote in a tribute, “was to have children — lots of them. God was good to her and blessed her with ten!”

RENSSELAERVILLE — William J McChesney Jr., once a longtime treasurer for the Rensselaerville Presbyterian Church, spent his career with the same company and his summers in the same historic village.

SCHENECTADY — Darlene Sophie (née Michaels) Kretzler was a woman who “always considered others before herself; especially her family,” her family wrote in a tribute.

GLENVILLE — Neil R. Rose liked his work on tugboats and had a passion for history and antique cars. His funeral procession will include a 1917 Model T that he restored.

WESTERLO — Dancing, stylish clothes, and slot machines were all part of Helene Rossner’s fun, but what she ultimately lived for was people, as a mother, grandmother, and wife, and as a nurse who finished her career surveying assisted-living facilities across the state.

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