Ciaccio/Clemishire Celebration of Life Reception

Our Dad / Grandpa, Charles J. Ciaccio; brother / uncle, Craig Ciaccio; and Aunt Sue (H. Suzanne) Clemishire died during times when the COVID pandemic made it impossible to properly say “good bye.” 

The family invites friends to a reception to celebrate the lives of these three amazing individuals.  Please join us at 110 Lincoln Ave. in Altamont for an outdoor reception on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021, between 2 and 5 p.m.  Please be “COVID aware.”

More Obituaries

  • ALTAMONT — D. Frances Ripley was a master needle crafter whose work was sought by museums. She freely shared her love and knowledge of spinning and knitting each summer at the Altamont Fair’s Wool Nook.

  • GUILDERLAND — Beatrice Doreen (née Williams) Pikcilingis, a religious woman who loved traveling and being with her family, was a long-time resident of Guilderland.

    Mrs. Pikcilingis died peacefully on Monday, Oct. 4, 2021, at Ellis Rehab and Residential Center in Schenectady. She was 94.

  • BERNE — Charlene M. Lee, who was passionate about her family, died on Friday, Oct. 8, 2021 at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany. She was 85.

    She was born on June 3, 1936 in Schoharie to the late Willard and Mabel Berner Hotaling.

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