Stella G. Pollard

ALTAMONT — Stella G. Pollard, a lifelong resident of Altamont, died on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014, at the Buckingham at Norwood Care and Rehabilitation Center in Norwood, N.J. She was 89.

Mrs. Pollard was born in Albany, on Nov. 20, 1924. She is the widow of Edward W. Pollard, who died on Oct. 9, 2004.

She worked in the area as a bookkeeper; was a parishioner of St. Lucy/St. Bernadette Church in Altamont; and was a 50-year member of the Altamont Fire Department Ladies’ Auxiliary.

She is survived by her son, Michael E. Pollard; her daughter, Suzanne Pollard; her daughter-in-law, Maria W. Pollard; her grandchildren, Rachel L. Pollard and Daniel Pollard; and several nieces and nephews.

A funeral was held at Fredendall Funeral Home, in Altamont, on Jan. 19, and interment was in the Saratoga National Cemetery. A memorial Mass was held at St. Lucy/St. Bernadette Church, in Altamont, on Jan. 20.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Lucy’s Church, Post Office Box 678, Altamont, NY 12009; the Altamont Rescue Squad, Post Office Box 56, Altamont, NY 12009; or, the Altamont Fire Department, Post Office Box 642, Altamont, NY 12009. 

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