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A good possibility she will end up in Silver Bay after her discharge. After her husband retired February, , they sold their home in Phelps and moved into their daughter and son-in-law's in-law full basement apartment in Hampshire. She and Mert lived their entire married lives in the house Mert built for them. Read more at this link: Putney Two Harbors saw the departure of the Joseph L. Arrangements by the Kenneth J.


Friends may call Thursday Dec. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Cobblestone Springs, Lakemont-Himrod Rd. LeRoy was retired from Pactiv after 42 years. His main loves were his family and his friends. He enjoyed playing golf. He is survived by his wife, Maureen A. Hackett; son, Michael Trina Hackett; two grandchildren, Meghann and Ty; Uncle Phil; and many loving brothers, sisters and other family members.

Wilkie, 81, died Wednesday, Dec. A Funeral Service will be held Saturday Dec. Tom was the son of the late George and Ethel Wilkie. Army from to Tom was an avid Dirt Racing fan and enjoyed fast cars all his life.

He was a member of the Two Cylinder Club. Tom and his wife attended many John Deere Expos. Tom owned an apple orchard on the home farm on Armstrong Road.

He enjoyed planting trees, pulling brush, mowing lawn and working on the land. Tom was an animal lover. He also enjoyed traveling with his camper and traveled through all the Provinces of Canada, and in retirement to Florida in the winter. The Wilkie family wants to thank everyone at The Homestead for the excellent care they gave Tom.

Friends may call Wednesday Dec. Services will follow at 4 p. Burial will be in Little Church Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Box , Gorham, NY Jerry served in the U. Army during the Vietnam War. He enjoyed his family and hunting.

Jerry was predeceased by his son, Jerry A. Friends may call Saturday Dec. A Funeral Service will be held Monday Dec. Burial will be in Number Nine Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. He was a driver for the Amish and Mennonite Communities. He enjoyed both hunting and fishing. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday Dec. Burial will be in Reed Corners Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Reed Corners Federated Church Rte.

He was the husband of Barbara A. Wayne was a veteran of the U. Army, and a member of the Reed Corners Federated Church. He enjoyed flying, motorcycling, ham radios and camping. Chase passed away peacefully on Wednesday, November 29, at the age of A Funeral Service will be held on Sunday Dec.

Ronald retired from Tobins First Prize Meats after being a salesman for 27 years. Ron stood at the grill every day cooking food for all to enjoy no one ever left hungry. He enjoyed sitting and drinking coffee with all of the regulars that came in.

He most recently was employed at the Tops formerly Big M in Clifton Springs, where all the patrons got to know what a great man he was. Ron gave a forever home to his latest kids, Sweet Pea and Bubba, his beloved cats. Services will be private. William graduated from Penn Yan Academy in He owned and operated Roar Automotive in Penn Yan. William lived in Iowa for nine years and worked for Amana Co. He enjoyed skiing and art. Will was a beloved son, brother and uncle.

A Memorial Service will follow at 2 p. Pud was born August 9, , the son of the late Leon G. He was employed at Emerson Produce for several years, and then at Eastman Kodak for 30 years, retiring in Pud was involved in farming for several years, with his son, Terry. Box , Canandaigua, NY He mowed at the Steam Pageant grounds every Wednesday. He had a tractor parts business, related to Allis Chalmers tractors.

He was predeceased by his brother, Louis Sharpe, and his sister, Esther Bush. Williams, 88, died Monday, Nov. Friends may call Friday Nov. A Funeral Service will be held Saturday Nov. Burial will be in Sand Hill Cemetery. Grace was the daughter of the late Harry and Gladys Hanvey. During her life she was devoted to family, especially her grandchildren. She also leaves her beloved grandchildren, Jennifer, Michael, John Kristine , Justin and Matthew Brooks; and several great-grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held Wednesday Dec. She married Ralph Hemminger of Geneva, NY in and enjoyed 50 years of marriage before his death in The last few years of their marriage were spent in a house they built next to this farm. The farm is now operated by their son and grandson. In addition to her devotion to her family, Elsie loved to garden, was a wonderful cook and crocheted many beautiful items for family and friends. She also loved to travel. Ralph James Hemminger of Chicago, Ill.

She also is survived by 8 grandchildren: Thompson, 82, died unexpectedly at his home on Wednesday, Nov. Burial will be in Rushville Cemetery, with military honors.

Thompson was born Nov. He owned and operated Thompson Trucking. Thompson played guitar and sang country music. He also enjoyed hunting, stock car racing and vintage automobiles. He is survived by his daughter and three sons, Cynthia L. Don Carbone, Daniel R. Friends may call Saturday, Nov. A Memorial Service will be held Sunday, Nov. He enjoyed bowling, watching sports, cooking, fishing, eating out and family gatherings.

Zimmerman, married April 14, She was preceded in death by a son, Jesse Tyler. A viewing will be held on Sunday Nov. Funeral Services will be held at 9: Interment will follow in the adjoining Church Cemetery. Arrangements by the Kenneth J. Allen, 65, died Saturday, Oct. Friends may call Wednesday Nov. A Memorial Service will follow at 6 p.

Burial will be in Lakeview Cemetery, Penn Yan, at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be send to a charity that Mike supported, Wounded Warrior Project, P. L with an Associates Degree. Mike was a member of Ducks Unlimited.

Mike was a loving father and grandfather. Hamilton, 61, died Friday, October 27, , after a long illness, at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester with her husband, Rick, at her side. Friends may call Thursday Nov. Burial will be in Overackers Cemetery. She was a graduate of Marcus Whitman High School. Debbie worked at Premier Packaging in Victor for 24 years. Debbie enjoyed baking for her family and watching the NY Jets football team. She adored her grandchildren and had a heart of gold.

Debbie was predeceased by her parents, and by her step-father, Raymond Gavette. Friends may call Monday Oct. A Funeral Service will be held Tuesday Oct. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to WingsforCysticFibrosis. Mark was born March 26, in Geneva, NY. He graduated from Dundee High School in Mark had been a truck driver for D. Rauscher Trucking in Waterloo. Mark had many talents. He played the guitar, and was an artist and wood carver. He enjoyed hunting and racing stock cars, mini sprint cars and modified asphalt cars.

Todd Jones, Scott S. Friends may call Saturday Oct. A Funeral Service will be held Sunday Oct. Perkins Funeral Home, P. He was the step-son of John and Martha Shields, Sr. Chris loved motorcycles, fishing, video games and the Buffalo Bills. He was proud of owning his own house. Most of all Chris loved his three daughters and his wife. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Chris was predeceased by his mother, Shirley Doucet; and his father-in-law, Emory J.

Visitation will be on Tuesday Oct. Memorial contributions may be made to the House of John, 14 Spring St. She was predeceased by her husband, Frank Bellavio; son, Joseph F. Bellavio; great-grandson, Jacob Snow; and four sisters and two brothers. Friends and family may call Monday, Oct. A Funeral Service will be held Tuesday, Oct. Burial will be in Gorham Cemetery at the convenience of the family. She married Michael Randazzo, April 16, in Rochester. Leslie enjoyed crafts, gardening and her grandchildren.

She was a member of Zion Fellowship Church in Canandaigua. Leslie is survived by her husband of 40 years, Michael F. She was predeceased by her father, Robert Bulluck; and brother, Thomas Bulluck. Bell, 90, died Tuesday, October 3, at his home. Mary's Church in Canandaigua. Burial will be in the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery.

Here was a guy who had it all. A devoted wife of 66 years,. Theirs was a love match from the start. Three brilliant children by birth, Christopher, Lisa and Sandy.

His son of the heart, Joe All four were crazy about him and he was crazy about them. Their spouses were too, Serge, Susannah and Mary. And of course, the grandkids, Jerry, Tracy, Ben and Drew. All four are doing their grandfather proud. A devoted son, brother, son-in-law, uncle and friend, he loved more than words can express - his parents, his siblings, Mamie and Margie, Mary Ellen and George, Frankie and Barbara, Stella, Norma and Eli, Dianne and Frank.

His family attended St. Jude's Parish where he served as head altar boy. He was so proud of his service. In fact, his snazzy uniform was what attracted Virginia Collins when they first met. Of course, it was everything else about him that made her fall in love for a lifetime. Gene was a car guy - specifically a high-end car guy. He knew his stuff. He was an engineer at heart and a jack of all trades. Builder, craftsman, inventor, fine-tuner. He was a mighty fine fisherman and photographer too.

With all that said, his real focus was family. Friends may call Sunday October 1st from 7 to 9 p. A Funeral Service will be held Monday October 2nd at 10 a. He attended Marcus Whitman High School, where he played on the football team. He received a G. Brandon had an awesome sense of humor. He was always making people laugh. He was known for his spontaneous chicken dances. Brandon enjoyed weight lifting and fishing.

He loved and was loved by his family. Brandon loved his daughter with all his heart. He was predeceased by his father, Dale Roger Perry on August 15, Berry, age 56, died Wednesday, September 27, , at F. Thompson Hospital in Canandaigua. Jamie was the son of James H. Berry and the late Menna Nielsen Berry.

Jamie was a jack-of-all-trades. He could fix anything, and he would do so for anyone who asked for his help. Jamie was skilled in all aspects of building. Jamie designed and built numerous houses and barns for family and friends. Jamie loved the outdoors and spending time in nature, where he found peace. He was a hunter and fisherman and loved camping. Since retirement he was able to spend more time on his boat. Jamie enjoyed planting a vegetable garden every year with his daughters.

Thompson Hospital for their gentle care of Jamie and the kindness shown to his family. Phyllis grew up in an active farming family in Lodi, NY. Together they had six children over 10 years before separating, and ultimately divorcing in Phyllis' career was one focused on the care of mentally-and physically-disabled individuals through her work at various Finger Lakes-area social service agencies.

She taught braille and life skills to the visually-impaired while employed by The Association for the Blind, and provided elder care to patients residing at Canandaigua's Grove Home. Phyllis is remembered by her long-time friends for her giving character as evidenced by the meals she provided and support she showed in times of need. Beyond the love for her children and grandchildren, her passions were music, Native American culture and arts, sewing, and reading historic fiction.

From a young age when she and her sister sang regularly on a local radio station, to her ability to play the piano and guitar by ear, to her time as the lead singer in a local country cover band called The Marauders [s], to the more recent assistance she gave in organizing Finger Lakes-area Blue Grass performances, music fed her heart.

She took an active role in cooking meals on-site in support of the Mohawk stand-off at Moss Lake, NY at which indigenous peoples were attempting to reclaim their traditional lands.

She attended services at Chapin United Methodist Church as often as she could. There will be a private burial afterwards at the Gorham Cemetery. Yaw, age 85, died Wednesday, September 20, Friends may call Sunday, Oct. Memorial contributions may be made to Potter Fire Dept. Richard graduated from Romulus High School.

He was formerly employed at Loblaws, a job that brought him to the Penn Yan area. Richard retired from Eastman Kodak after 31 years of service. Richard was a master gardener and carpenter. He was predeceased by his son, Robert L. Yaw in ; and his parents. McMinn, 84, died at her home on Sunday, September 17, , surrounded by her loving family. A Memorial Service will be held Monday Sept.

Burial will be in Lakeview Cemetery at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Modeste Bedient Memorial Library, Rte. She was a member of St. Beth was a former Yates County 4-H member and leader. Beth loved to read, sew and socialize. Beth was predeceased by her husband of 62 years, Lawrence W.

McMinn; and her brother, Richard G. Friends may call Friday Sept. A Memorial Service will follow at 12 Noon at the funeral home. Burial will be in City Hill Cemetery. Eloise was the daughter of the late George and Esther Cole Jayne. Eloise married Kenneth R. They celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary last January. Eloise enjoyed reading and gardening.

Eloise is survived by her husband, Kenneth R. Eloise was predeceased by one granddaughter, Michelle Reed; son-in-law, Paul T. Knapp; three sisters and two brothers. Baroody, age 84, died Wednesday, Sept. Memorial contributions may be made to the Stanley Fire Company, P. Box , Stanley, NY John was born May 6, in Pulteney, NY.

John graduated from Haverling High School in He became a welder at Mercury Aircraft in Hammondsport, retiring from there after 42 years. He also worked part-time at Shorts Filling Station in Bath. John lived most of his life in Bath, where he raised his family. If you were to have the pleasure of knowing John, you knew you had a friend for life.

He was an honorable and good man. He loved children, and children loved him. It never mattered if they were born to him, or children of friends. John had a way of making life fun and interesting. Bette Brown died September 6th under a Harvest Moon. Bette is best remembered as a powerful force of intuition who communed with Nature, God and, especially, people. Her love for her husband, her children, friends and the Human Family shaped who she was as a wife, mother, community member, citizen and activist.

This spirit is carried in the hearts and lives of those who love her most. A private family Funeral Service was held at the Kenneth J. Petar was born July 6, and raised in Split, Croatia former Yugoslavia. Hunt, age 83, passed away Saturday, Sept. Friends may call Wednesday Sept. A Funeral Service will be held Thursday Sept. Box 41, Gorham, NY He married Shirley Goodall on August 26, Bob worked at Marcus Whitman Central School for 31 years. He was in charge of maintenance of the pool.

After he retired from Marcus Whitman, he worked at Rush Machinery for 12 years. He was in scouting for 35 years, with Troop 63 in Gorham. Bob was an active member of the Zion Lutheran Church in Geneva for 53 years. Bob also loved gardening and doing flower arrangements. Bob was predeceased by his parents and his brother, Elwood Hunt.

Crooks, 81, passed away Wednesday, August 30, Friends may call Saturday Sept. A Funeral Service will be Sunday Sept. Burial will be in Rushville Cemetery. John was the son of the late Orra and Clarabelle Crooks. He was retired from GM-Delco in Rochester.

John enjoyed the outdoors. He fished, hunted, and camped. He also enjoyed traveling. John was predeceased by his wife, Barbara Crooks; his daughter, Christine Ford; and his brother-in-law, Ralph Arnold; one sister; and several brothers. Clark, age 92, died Saturday, August 26, , at her home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Valley Volunteer Ambulance, Rte. Box , Middlesex, NY Ruth was the daughter of the late Maurice and Marjorie Voorhees Bay. She was a graduate of Middlesex Valley Central School.

On July 29, , she married Leigh A. She was retired from her job in the school cafeteria at Marcus Whitman School. Ruth was predeceased by her husband, Leigh A. Marshall, age 64, died August 24, Friends may call Wednesday, Aug. A Memorial service will follow at 1 p. Lola enjoyed reading and computers. She was also a member of the Palmyra Fire Department Auxilliary. She was the daughter of the late Gordon and Anna Marie Cripps.

Newman, age 70, died on Sunday, August 20, at his home. A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, August 24th at Ross was a veteran of the U. Friends and family may call Wednesday August 23 from 12 to1 P. Funeral services will follow at 1 P. Burial will be at Lakeview Cemetery , Penn Yan. Thomas Castle will officiate.

He was a former member of the Dresden Fire Company and was a current member of the Potter Fire Company where he was the financial secretary. He was instrumental in forming the Yates County Fire Police. A Memorial Service will be held Friday August 25th at 2 p. Eldredge, 92, died August 16, at his home in Ashton Place.

Friends may call Tuesday Aug. A Memorial Service will follow at 1 p. Memorial contributions may be made to Honor Flight Rochester, Inc. Francis served in the U. Army during World War II. He proudly went on Honor Flight- Mission in October of Francis was retired from Johnson Control in Victor after 26 years of service. Francis was predeceased by his wife, Carol Eldredge in ; and by three siblings, brother, Thomas Eldredge; twin brother, Frank Eldredge; and sister, Edna Schwenkbeck.

In lieu of flowers,. To send a private message of condolence for the family, please send your message to: Memorial contributions may be made to Pathway Home, Mound Rd.

Skip was a U. He was a school bus driver for Wayne Central School, retiring in Skip was predeceased by his parents, Delbert L. Ewing Continuing Care Center. Emma was born to J. On May 6, Emma and Clair A. Page were married at their home on Yautzy Road. Prior to marriage, Emma was employed by Rushville State Bank. Along with raising a family, Emma helped with chores around the farm, tended a huge garden, then canned and froze the bounty for future use.

Upon retirement she enjoyed spending more time with her family, working on embroidery projects, baking, attending Reed Corners Federated Church and Gorham Senior Citizens. The family would like to thank all the staff of M. Friends may call Friday August 11th from 1 to 4 p. A Funeral Service will follow at 4 p. Fred was a member of the Class of from Geneva High School. He was Class President in both his Junior and Senior years.

He spent a year in Thule, Greenland patrolling the skies. Eventually he moved back to New York to help his siblings in the care of their mother. They began a life of love and were married in In , they moved to Conway, SC where they built a new home in Myrtle Trace, while enjoying activities, including plays, bowling and community chorus. Coastal Carolina called Fred back to school and he subsequently earned his MS in Education in , as well as a BA in Political Science, with a minor in Theatre in at the age of He is the oldest graduate of CCU.

Fred was a member of the Geneva American Legion Winneck Post ; a former member of the Gorham Rotary Club; and a member of numerous college fraternities. Fred was born February 3, and was predeceased by his parents, Howard T. They and their families also survive him and will miss those chats.

Pat wishes to thank the people of The Pines at the Ewing Center for their kindness and care shown to Fred. Pedersen, age 82, died August 5, A Funeral Service will be held Thursday Aug. Dona married Lawrence J. She was a full-time homemaker and caregiver of children, grandchildren, neighbors and parents.

Dona was creative and artistic, knitting, crocheting, painting and sewing clothes for her family. Dona is survived by her husband of 66 years, Lawrence J. Lawson, age 86, died August 3, , after a long, full life.

A Memorial Service will be held Saturday Aug. Margaret was hard working, honest and sincere. She enjoyed sewing, flowers and gardening.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, S. Hand, 28, died Sunday, July 30, Friends may call Saturday August 5th from 2 to 4 p. Services will be private, with burial in Sand Hill Cemetery.

Joyce enjoyed gardening, and canned and froze her produce. She also enjoyed baking, cleaning and the holidays. Joyce was predeceased by her husband, Richard A. Friends may call Wednesday August 2nd from 1 to 3 p. Memorial contributions may be made to Middlesex Hose Co. He spent most of his life in Middlesex, where he enjoyed walking around the village and visiting with the Town Highway workers.

Billy also enjoyed the Middlesex Hose Company activities, and loved being in the Memorial Day Parade with family members. He also was a big Elvis fan. Matteson, 90, died Thursday, July 27, Friends may call Tuesday August 1st from 12 Noon to 1 p. A Funeral Service will follow at 1 p. Clarisa was the widow of the late James Earl Matteson, Jr. Friends may call Saturday July 22nd from 1 to 2 p.

A Funeral Service will follow at 2: Charitable contributions may be made to Middlesex Baptist Church, P. Helen was born on October 29, in Middlesex, New York.

They had a younger brother, Rodney. Helen grew up in the Middlesex area, where she continued to live the rest of her life. She attended Middlesex High School and graduated at age She completed a post graduate course at age Helen married Francis "Happy" Davis in They were blessed with 4 sons: Having become a widow at a relatively young age, Helen became the true matriarch of her ever-growing family and extended family.

Always self- sufficient, she worked at Agway until her retirement at the age of Helen had a gifted mind, blessed with a tremendous aptitude for numbers and loved reading, which she passed on to all her sons. She also developed an interest in baseball later in life. The Texas Rangers were her favorite team and she was an avid fan. Her devotion to God, family and her church was unwavering. Up until the time that her progeny totaled well above dozens of great-grandchildren, she annually sent birthday cards and Christmas gifts to all of her grandchildren, remembering all of their birthdays, attending all their weddings and keeping up with each and everyone.

Before Facebook, email and any form of social media! For several years, Helen spent her winters in Alabama where two of her sons and their wives and several grandchildren lived. She enjoyed getting away from the snow and cold winters, but mostly looked forward to being around her family, which eventually included great-grandchildren. Helen drove her own car until the age of 94 and lived independently until She was treasurer of her assisted living HOA, until she believed it time to relinquish her volunteer role when she couldn't get the checkbook to balance.

She worshiped the Lord, cherished her family and church in the same manner her entire life — with complete belief, support and love. She was truly an inspiration to all of her family and a role model for many generations of Davis' and friends. Helen was respected and loved by many and will be missed dearly. Those left to cherish her memories include all 4 sons and their wives, Ron Carol Davis, Skip Pat Davis, Gene Sharon Davis and Ray Linda Davis; 10 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; 4 great-great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, extended family and loving friends.

Helen was pre-deceased by her parents; husband, Happy Davis; her sister, Ruth; her brother, Rodney; and one great-grandchild, Stephen Wells Paine. Clark, 60, passed away at her home on Sunday, July 16, Friends may call Friday July 21st from 2 to 4 p. A Funeral Service will be held Saturday July 22nd at 11 a.

Laura was a graduate of East High in Rochester. Laura married Keith Clark on Jan. Laura was predeceased by her mother-in-law, Josephine Clark; and nephew, Devin Clark. Bruce Martin, 86, died peacefully at home on Sunday, July 16, , holding the hand of his wife of 60 years. Friends may call Friday July 21st from 12 to 2 p.

A Funeral Service will follow at 2 p. Bruce a graduate of Middlesex Valley Central School, class of He was a veteran of the U. Army, serving in Alaska. Bruce a member of the National American Legion Post On December 26, , he married Shirley Hemmer at St. Joseph Church in Wayland. Bruce worked at Ralph Martin Tire until He and his wife, Shirley, were honored in the Memorial Day Parade.

Martin; and brother, Ralph Martin. Friends may call Monday July 17th from 2 to 4 p. A Memorial Service will be held Tuesday July 18th at 11 a. He owned and operated Dannroving Farm in Potter until He was a dairy supply provider of I. He was an avid toy tractor collector.

Delos volunteered his time for many benefit auctions for the community. Delos was predeceased by his parents, Delos R. Adams, 59, passed away on July 11, , after battling cancer for many years. Friends may call Sunday July 16th from 4 to 7 p.

A Funeral Service will be held Monday July 17th at 11 a. A reception will follow at the Gorham Fire Hall. Memorial contributions may be made to Embrace Your Sisters, P. Pam was a graduate of Penn Yan Academy. Pam was a member of St. Pam was an amazing wife, mother and friend. Her positive zest for life was contagious, and she was always there to support anyone who needed a helping hand.

She loved her garden, was an avid race fan, and wine connoisseur, who enjoyed leading wine tours for family and friends. Pero, age 35, died unexpectedly Wednesday, July 5, A Memorial Service will be held Friday July 14th at 7 p.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Humane Society of Yates County, Rte. Evan was born May 31, in Geneva, NY.

He was a graduate of Penn Yan Academy. He had worked at the Motts Plant in Williamson. Evan was a thinker, book lover, music lover, philosopher, in a strange land. Friends may call Monday July 10th from 5 to 8 pm at the Kenneth J. Burial will be in East Newark Cemetery. His love of all things mechanical led him to an early career in racing flat-track motorcycles with his dad, traveling circuits and ultimately finishing as 2 in the Canadian National amateur rank at the age of Making the transition to automobiles, he dabbled in drag racing, and planned to race his sprint car this summer.

His brilliance stood out as he became a master engine builder, learning alongside his brother under the guidance of their dad at Seely Engine Machine. He was unstoppable and had dreams to move to Texas.

The untimely passing of his father, Steve, in brought him back home. With his grit and fortitude, he began Seely Motors, and built up the business to what it is today.

He had two nephews, Jeffrey and Ryan Phillips; a beloved niece, Kova Kuhner; grandparents, Jim and Dorla Seely; and many other aunts, uncles, and cousins. Chris was a true friend and loved his family deeply. He was an encyclopedia of knowledge, a talented young man and an inspiration to anyone who was lucky enough to come in contact with him.

Chris will be greatly missed and impossible to replace. He lived for his dreams and not for the rules. Butler, age 95, passed away on Friday, June 30, Friends may call Friday July 7th from 12 Noon to 1 p. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1 p. Burial will follow in St. Mary was born February 11, , in Caldwell, New Jersey.

Coast Guard, from to Mary was a member of St. Butler and Michael J. Mary was predeceased by husband William E. Kindelberger, age 87, died on Sunday, June 25, , at her home. Friends may call Monday July 3rd from 2 to 4 p. Memorial contributions may be made to Gorham Fire Co. Jean was the daughter of the late Durwood and Evelyn Lickfeld Coots.

She was the widow of Phaon Kindelberger who died in She enjoyed camping, fishing, reading, knitting, crocheting and spending time with her family. Jean was a bus driver for Marcus Whitman Central School for 25 years.

Jean was predeceased by her brother, Duane Coots and his wife, Phyllis; and special friend, Charlotte Barnhart. Friends may call Tuesday June 20th from 4 to 8 p.

A Funeral Mass will be held at St. A private interment will be held at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Rochester. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Gorham Fire Company, P. He was a farmer and a fertilizer salesman in St. Lawrence county for eleven years.

Bob then became a construction contractor and established Dancause and Sons, Inc. Bob loved go-cart racing, fishing, hunting, gardening and Syracuse University basketball. He won multiple awards for his restoration of classic antique boats. Friends may call Saturday June 24th from 2 to 4 p. A Memorial Service will follow at 4 p. She graduated from the Gorham High School in Carl was originally from the Gorham area and attended Gorham School, where they both met in Junior High They would have been married 60 years this July 6th.

While traveling to colleges, they were offered management position couples with 4 different KOA campgrounds. They eventually returned to NY as their mothers had failing health. After her husband retired February, , they sold their home in Phelps and moved into their daughter and son-in-law's in-law full basement apartment in Hampshire.

She had to leave that position in January , due to her health declining. She was predeceased by her parents, Frank E. Lester, age 80, died June 12, at her home.

Friends may call Saturday June 17th from 1 to 3 p. She was predeceased by her first husband, Bruce Barber. Grover, age 79, died June 12, A Service will be held at a later date. Floyd owned Rushville Motors from to the present. He enjoyed car shows and winters in Florida. He was predeceased by his sister, Marilyn Payne. A Memorial Service will be held Friday at 3 p. Memorial contributions may be made to Seneca Presbyterian Church, 9 Rd. Esther was born March, 22, in the Town of Benton.

She was the daughter of the late Henry E. Sloth and Agnes C.. Esther attended 9 School and graduated from Geneva High School. Esther was a homemaker, and in later years was devoted to her grandchildren. Esther is survived by her husband of 62 years, Robert Mosich, Sr. Mosich and Paul Shirley Mosich. Mack, 71, went Home to be with the Lord, on Friday, June 9, Friends may call Friday June 16th from 6 to 7 p. A Funeral Service will follow at 7 p.

She was predeceased by her husband, Douglas Mack in ; and her brother-in-law, Otto Krein. Friends may call Monday, June 12th from 10 a. A Funeral Service will be held at 2 p.

Pastor Jim Martin will officiate. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to, St. He was employed as a Code Enforcement Officer for the Village of Rushville, and was a zoning and planning consultant. He was the founder of the Yates County Code Enforcement Association and was president for several years. He loved life and lived it to its fullest in all that he did.

Reggie loved his horses, enjoyed rodeo exhibitions and time with his loving wife, Diana, trail riding and camping. High winds were present in the area at the time. The Defiance has 97, gallons of diesel fuel onboard.

The vessel is taking precautionary measures to assess any damage and has not reported any injuries, pollution, or flooding. The rest of the day saw numerous arrivals, beginning with Herbert C. Jackson, which arrived at Callaway followed just behind the Jackson, and headed to C. Reiss to unload limestone. Mesabi Miner arrived at Munson was inbound with limestone at American Century arrived at Wrapping up the arrivals was Erie Trader, which came in at Federal Mayumi continued loading grain at Riverland Ag on Friday, and Erieborg was loading beet pulp pellets at Gavilon.

She was expected to depart at Cort, and was outbound at Reiss dock in West Duluth to unload stone. Baie Comeau is tentatively due on the 22nd, but she was, as of Jackson was unloading stone at Hallett 8 in Superior as of A good possibility she will end up in Silver Bay after her discharge.

Leitch from Thunder Bay to Silver Bay. Thunder Bay Friday September 21st: She had arrived from Superior, WI on Thursday to take shelter in the bay. Atlantic Huron due at Algowood due at Algocanada and Algoma Harvester both due at Oberstar was loading on Friday. Marys River Early fall gales lead to an interesting traffic day on Friday. With winds gusting over 50 knots and waves crashing over the gates, the Soo Locks were closed to vessels in the mid-afternoon. Upbounders delayed were Algowood, Algoma Harvester and Federal Katsura, which waited on the lower piers.

Tug Victory and barge James L. Kuber went to anchor at Nine Mine even before the locks had closed, but got underway about While stopped, an ambulance was called to remove a crewmember who had become ill. She will remain there until Saturday morning. Six vessels were anchored in the upper river for weather: Michipicoten was anchored in Pot Bay in the lower river waiting to resume her load at Drummond Island. VanEnkevort in the early afternoon.

They went to anchor in Pot Bay at Gott and Walter J. Winds have delayed the arrival of Paul R. Tregurtha to BayShip for unspecified repairs. She was reported at anchor off Marinette Friday. Block was at Indiana Harbor. Manitowoc was up the Calumet River.

Northern Lake Huron Friday, Alpena: Defiance arrived to load. She departed at Michipicoten arrived late Thursday night to load.

Lake Guardian was at City Terminal. Irvin was expected to begin Friday evening. The move of the tourist ship, moored for decades in the Minnesota Slip, was expected to begin around 9 p.

An official with the City of Duluth says that is because crews are still in the preparation stage. The process is expected to take four hours if there are no weather delays or complications. The original motivation for the move was to clear the slip for a project by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. During the move, there will be no marine traffic allowed with the exception of the U.

Coast Guard vessels and the barges. The Aerial Lift Bridge will not lift for water vessels during this move Friday night. Lambert Lock in Montreal with a destination of Oshawa, Ont. The ship arrived in Sorel, Que. Federal Delta IMO and a sistership to Federal Dee, has not yet made an inland voyage however it is expected to do so before year's end. Each of the new vessels have a length of KYES struck bottom in Buffalo Harbor September 22, , sustaining holes in two double bottom tanks and damage to three others, whereupon she proceeded to Chicago for dry docking on September 27, , for survey and repairs.

The tow apparently failed to make the turning buoy leaving Duluth Harbor. Clair River near Sarnia, Ontario. Scrapping began the next month in October. After undergoing repairs at Milwaukee, she was back in service the following October. She was cut loose and set adrift to prevent the fire from spreading ashore. On 22 September , Mr.

He succeeded in raising the engine on 12 October and the boiler shortly thereafter. All 9 crewmembers were rescued. The Coast Guard is establishing a safety zone prohibiting the transit of vessels over gross tons through Round Island Passage and prohibiting all vessels from navigating within yards of the ship.

Strong winds topping 40 mph are expected to hit the coastlines between Thursday night and late Friday. These winds and their accompanying storms could cause beach erosion and even flooding in some areas, the National Weather Service said. In some areas of Lake Superior, 12 to foot waves are forecast on Friday. On Thursday, Herbert C. Jackson was taking shelter near Madeline Island, while Cason J. Callaway was anchored near Sand Island. Burns Harbor anchored Thursday in the lower St.

Marys River near the Pipe Island Twins. VanEnkevort were moving but hugging the north shore of Lake Superior. The gale-force winds are taking aim at Michigan ahead of a cold front that's forecast to push through the area tonight and into Friday.

On Lake Michigan, the gale warning area will be largely north of Pentwater. Waves up to 10 feet are expected at those northern beaches. Elsewhere along the coast will have small craft advisories. On Lake Superior, the first round of gales was expected to whip up late Thursday. A screaming low-level jet of 50 to 60 knots out of the south-southwest tonight into early Friday morning will allow the gales to hold on across eastern Lake Superior into Friday morning.

During this time period, the large waves are expected across the west half of Lake Superior and will build upwards of 12 to 15 feet across far western Lake Superior. Barker arrived at Also in port were Federal Mayumi, loading grain at Riverland Ag, and Erieborg, taking on beet pulp pellets at Gavilon.

Cort spent the day Thursday loading ore at BN in Superior, and was expected to depart at CSL Niagara was next in line to load. Still a possibility the Cason J. She is currently in Thunder Bay after undergoing repairs. Her arrival in Silver Bay will depend on the weather. Another possibility for Silver Bay is the Herbert C. Jackson, but she has been anchored for weather all day on the 20th off LaPointe in Madeline Island.

Spruceglen due at 6: With a strong low pressure system moving over the Great Lakes and a gale warning in effect for Lake Superior, these upbound vessels have opted for the northern route along the Canadian coast: Cuyahoga departed on Thursday night. AIS did not show her next port. Upbound traffic included American Century, Spruceglen, Hon. Oberstar, Baie Comeau and Atlantic Huron. Michipicoten was at Drummond Island.

Tregurtha is due at BayShipfor unspecified repairs early Friday. Algoma Buffalo was at Grand Haven. Federal Bering was at Burns Harbor.

The cement carrier Alpena arrived to load and at The tug John Marshall arrived to unload. Clyde S VanEnkevort departed for Superior. John J Boland arrived to load limestone.

Victory arrived to load. Mississagi departed for Muskegon. McKeil Spirit, 9 a. She was reportedly by the first commercial vessel on Lake Superior. ASIA went down in deep water in about 10 minutes, but her crew just had enough time to escape in her boat.

The hull was later converted to a barge and was, in time, apparently abandoned near the Picton Pumping Station. The vessel was enroute from Buffalo to Duluth with a cargo of coal and six lives were lost. Three lives were lost while another 2 sailors were rescued from the coal-laden schooner. All 25 on board were lost. The repaired ship departed for Durban, South Africa, in April only to suffer more boiler problems enroute. The vessel was sold for scrapping at Kaohsiung, Taiwan, later in the year.

There was minor damage and the vessel was released September The ship sank on this date in on the Pacific off the coast of Mexico. The former b CAPT. SWIFT had recently been refitted and went down after a huge wave broke over the stern. It had seen only brief service on Lake Ontario after arriving from the Atlantic in One coastguardsman was lost checking on the source of the leak when the vessel rolled over and sank.

The new foot long, The vessel will be built in modules and assembled at Fraser Shipyards beginning fall and throughout The Miller Boat Livery was founded in in the island harbor of Put-in-Bay as a water taxi, fishing charter and ice harvesting company. These newer, larger vessels were designed to accommodate more passengers, carry longer and taller construction-type vehicles, as well as increased speed to maintain a more frequent trip schedule.

The Irvin will need to exit Minnesota Slip to allow for crews to begin working on a project designed to stabilize and contain contaminated sediments there. Plans to move the foot laker require calm winds and lake conditions, since the ship has no propulsion mechanism.

However, the city has determined that weather conditions do not look favorable and the contractor is looking at rescheduling the move for the week of Sept. After the Irvin leaves the slip, it will be moved to Fraser, where its hull will be painted. Due to the reschedule, the Minnesota Slip Bridge in Canal Park will operate during normal hours for the remainder of the week.

The slip bridge will be pinned up a day prior to the move. VanEnkevort arrived Duluth at Isa was outbound with wheat from CHS 1 at She is loaded with wheat for Naples, Italy. Federal Mayumi dropped anchor off the Duluth entry mid-morning Wednesday, but was expected to arrive after Senja's departure to load grain at Riverland. Erieborg was expected around In Superior, Burns Harbor departed at Dool was inbound at She was expected to depart around Cort was due at She departed on the 19th at Arriving Two Harbors on Sept.

She couldn't make the turn to the ore dock, so she backed out to the lake, entered thru the piers again at Possibly due Two Harbors on the 20th is the Cason J. She is due the Twin Ports to unload limestone, but could end up in Two Harbors to load. Munson, Cuyahoga headed for Marquette and Mesabi Miner. Block and, late, Cedarglen. Wilfred Sykes remained at the shipyard but was expected to sail around the end of the week.

Lake Michigan Ports Paul R. Tregurtha was unloding at Indiana Harbor Wednesday evening. Northern Lake Huron Wednesday, Stoneport: John G Munson departed for Duluth. Clyde S Vanenkevort weighed anchor and proceeded to the loading dock. Henry Jackman departed for Hamilton. Algowood departed for Windsor.

Joseph H Thompson arrived to load gravel and later departed for Bay City. Mississagi arrived to load. As long as the Terminal Tower is tall, the ships are eye-catching, mesmerizing, romantic vestiges of industrial glory days. Shipping on the Great Lakes and St. Lakers make up 95 percent of the freighter traffic on the Great Lakes. Ships make about round trips on the Cuyahoga each year, a floating conveyor belt of iron ore, stone, cement, asphalt, and salt, among other commodities.

Here are the saltwater ships scheduled to visit Cleveland, according to the Port of Cleveland: Victory I, cruise ship Sept. Federal Schelde, steel, Belgium Sept. Federal Hudson, steel, Brazi Oct. Gardno, steel, Netherlands Oct. Finnborg, steel, Sweden Oct. Hamburg, cruise ship Oct. Victory 1, cruise ship Oct. Federal Bristol, steel, Belgium http: Gales of November planned Nov. There will speakers, exhibitors and many other events.

What began almost 30 years ago as a small gathering of divers sharing shipwreck pictures, has grown into a two-day educational and networking event. The winners of the annual Cruise of a Lifetime event will also be announced on Nov. Lear more, or register, at this link: The boom had collapsed onto her deck due to a mechanical failure on the night of April 19, , at Detroit, Michigan.

No injuries were reported. She continued hauling cargoes without a boom until replacement could be fabricated. On 20 September , W. The ship was taking water but survived. The ship was abandoned, with the anchors down, but disappeared overnight on December 15, , while locked in shifting pack ice.

It is believed that the vessel was carried into deeper water and, at last report, no trace had ever been found.

Sixteen sailors from the member crew perished. The ship was a total loss and, in , was still waiting to be dismantled and removed. Iron ore cargos for steel production totaled 5 million tons, an increase of 6.

Coal loads totaled 1. Shipments of aggregate, fluxstone, chemical stone and scrubber stone totaled 2. Iron ore cargos total Coal loadings total 6. Block was outbound at Isa and Cape were both loading wheat on opposite sides of the CHS dock. Arriving Two Harbors on the 18th was the Roger Blough at Until late on the 17th the Blough had been showing a Superior destination.

Speer had originally been due Two Harbors on the 18th, but she ran checked down most of the day, so she won't arrive Two Harbors until Sept. CSL St Laurent due at Manitowoc was at Manistee Tuesday night.

Northern Lake Huron Tuesday, Alpena: Dorothy Ann and Pathfinder departed for Bay City. John G Munson arrived to load limestone. Clyde S Van Enkevort arrived and went to anchor. Algowood arrived to load gravel.

Docked - Sep 17 - Mia Desagnes at Clarkson: The incident happened on Dec. The third officer, who was continuously monitored, climbed down a ladder to the side of the ship to read draft measurements after an on-deck device used to take measurements failed when its water and antifreeze mixture froze.

The third officer, who was wearing winter clothing, was seated on the second last step of the ladder, one metre from the surface of the water, with his feet pressed against the hull of the ship. After 20 minutes, the sailor said he was uncomfortable and asked to be relieved. He was unable to climb up the ladder and was said to be in severe pain.

He was then lowered into the water, put the life buoy around his neck and floated on his back. Crew members launched a rescue boat, while a small craft was launched from shore.

That small craft boat rescued the sailor and eventually transported him to an ambulance. The sailor was taken to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre, where he was briefly hospitalized with moderate hypothermia. The company conducted an internal investigation and has since encouraged crews to use a small craft vessel to measure seaward draft in cold weather conditions and that using a ladder to read draft marks in cold weather should be kept to a minimum.

The Federal Mackinac shipped in a dozen stainless steel brewery tanks that each can hold , pints of beer and collectively weigh , pounds, according to the Indianapolis-based Ports of Indiana. Having ocean access in Indiana is a tremendous advantage for Midwest shippers. The stevedore, along with workers from the International Longshoremen's Association and the International Union of Operating Engineers, unloads "heavy lift" and "project cargoes" that have become increasingly common at the port.

Over the last three years, the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor has unloaded dozens of brewery tanks in five different shipments from Europe, the center of the brewery tank manufacturing industry. The shipping routes established through these initiatives will provide the infrastructure, navigational support and emergency response services needed for safer marine navigation, while respecting the environment and local ecology and cultures. This investment will enhance Transport Canada's National Aerial Surveillance Program Arctic operations to keep watch over the growing number of ships operating in Canada's Arctic waters.

This investment will enhance and expand marine training and opportunities to underrepresented groups, including Indigenous people, Northerners and women in Canada's Arctic. The Office will oversee implementation of the Incident Command System, a widely recognized and used response tool. This will improve the department's response capability in emergency situations and improve seamless coordination with other response partners. This investment will facilitate meaningful partnerships with Indigenous groups and increase their participation and input into decisions affecting Canada's marine transportation system.

The Coast Guard Auxiliary is made up of trained volunteers who use their own vessels to respond to incidents in Canadian waters. Earlier this year, Garneau announced a range of coastal protection measures under the Oceans Protection Plan. The ultimate aim is to implement regulatory and other measures to reduce underwater noise from vessels. Line up those trucks end to end, and the queue would stretch more than 7, miles, circling more than a quarter of the globe. Whittled down by winds and waves, the pile now weighs in at 2.

But none of the dark, coarse sands actually vanished. The waste already covers more than 35 percent of the reef and could blanket up to 60 percent by without major intervention, according to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

The reef produces 22 percent of commercial fish in southern Lake Superior. The metals in the sand, particularly copper, are toxic to tiny organisms that grow on the reef and are at the bottom of the food chain.

Read more and view photos at this link: Key drivers of the record shipments included maritime shipping increases in coal, grain, dried distillers grain, calcined coke, salt and soy products. The port also recorded its third-highest monthly total of the year in July at a robust , tons, putting the port on track for an unprecedented volume of shipping this calendar year.

It is very encouraging to see substantial growth continue to build over the past three years as our southwestern Indiana port serves as a hub for global and domestic markets. Steel on September 19, , bound for Two Harbors, Minnesota, where she loaded her first cargo of taconite pellets. September 19, - officials at Lake Michigan Carferry, Inc. She got lost from the tow and drifted ashore near Richmond, Michigan where she broke in two and was then torn apart by waves.

She was owned by Brazil Hoose of Detroit. On Saturday, 19 September , at 11 a. Her skipper was Captain Joseph B. Hastings and she had a crew of On 19 September , the Great Lakes schooner S. She had been sent to the Atlantic the previous autumn by her owner, J. The bridge will be out of commission until the laker has completed its transit out of the slip.

Block followed her in at Wrapping up the morning arrivals was Isa, which entered port at The Block shifted to CN early Monday afternoon, most likely to load a partial cargo of iron ore pellets.

She was due to depart around midnight. American Spirit spent the day loading ore at CN, and was tenatively expected to depart around Senja was on the hook outside the Duluth entry waiting to load. In Superior, Algoma Spirit finally departed at Presque Isle then shifted to the dock from Duluth to load ore, and was just getting underway at Burns Harbor was due in as soon as Presque Isle cleared the piers for an ore load.

Putney The Edwin H. Gott departed Two Harbors on Sept. Algoma Compass got underway off Two Harbors on the 17th at approx.

She departed on the 17th at She got underway on the 17th at There is no scheduled traffic for Silver Bay on Sept. Algoma Strongfield due at 5: Clarke was at Buffington. Herbert C Jackson departed for Marquette.

Calumet arrived to load and at James L Oberstar arrived to load limestone and departed at Mississagi arrived to load dolomite and once loaded departed for Holland. Algoma Innovator arrived to load and later departed for Windsor. Henry Jackman arrived to load trap rock.

Superior, Michigan and Huron. Coast Guard icebreaking resources is another reason for his selection. Bergman becomes the tenth Michigan legislator to receive the award since its inception in She left the explorer Robert Cavelier, Sieur de la Salle, behind.

WOODFORD of , returned to service on September 18, , as the first large bulk freighter powered by a diesel-electric power plant and one of the first equipped with commercial radar on the Great Lakes. She lasted until scrapped at Ramey's Bend in Marys River and damaged 18 bottom plates. She loaded her first cargo of 22, gross tons of iron ore clearing Sept Isles, Quebec, on September 18, , bound for Cleveland, Ohio.

Dow, president of Dow Chemical Co. On September 18, , E. It took an hour and a half to maneuver through the various bridges. Newspapers estimated that a couple thousand persons watched the event. Clair River, she was towed to Jenks Shipbuilding Company where she was completed and received her machinery. The Canada Steamship Lines ship went down in minutes.

Six lives were lost was well as the cargo of tons of bauxite destined for Alcoa. All on board were rescued but there were later two casualties when the captain committed suicide and an insurance inspector fell to his death while on board.

The vessel was not repaired and, after being laid up at Cardiff, was towed to Newport, Monmouthshire, for scrapping on June 12, The vessel was enroute from Chalkis, Greece, to Tunis, Tunisia, at the time. This is a small sample, the books include many other vessels with a much more detailed history. Indeed, for the Midwest, Canada is the leading trading partner.

In the past few decades, the Port of Montreal has represented a significant gateway for Midwest import and export cargo, competing with such U. East Coast ports as New York and Baltimore. Admittedly, over the last few years the competition and challenges to service the US Midwest have intensified and the big cargo owners are now looking more at door-to-door logistic supply chain solutions.

One thing is for sure, we are more than ever committed to playing our part to remain a reliable and predictable link in the supply chain. Tregurtha departed from CN at American Spirit arrived at The salties Cape and Isa anchored off the Duluth entry on Sunday - both are waiting to load wheat. Algoma Spirit remained at the BN dock in Superior on Sunday, and is now tentatively expected to depart early Monday morning.

Putney First a correction to the report for the 16th: The American Century ended up in the Twin Ports to load coal. American Integrity arrived Two Harbors on the 15th at She departed on Sept. She had gone to anchor behind Sand Island between She got underway on the 16th at Arriving off Two Harbors on Sept. Paul is showing a destination of Quebec City and the Joyce L. Algoma Equinox due at Paul and Algoma Niagara in the evening.

Upbounders included Algoma Equinox in the morning, followed by Burns Harbor and Tecumseh in the afternoon. Saginaw was upbound to Algoma Essar in the evening. Marys Conquest arrived at Green Bay Sunday at Barker was at Grand Haven unloading. Cort was at Burns Harbor. Erieborg remained at S. Northern Lake Huron Sunday, Stoneport: After loading limestone John G Munson departed. Herbert C Jackson arrived to load. Algoma Buffalo departed for Windsor.

Mississagi arrived to load dolomite. Arrivals - Sep 15 - McKeil Spirit at Sold foreign in , renamed d. She was repaired and cleared on September She was rebuilt two years later and eventually foundered in a storm in , near Ripley, Ohio. The foot vessel had been wrecked and sunk in a collision at the mouth of the St. Clair River in the St. Clair Flats on August 3, She had settled in the mud and gradually shifted her position. She eventually broke in two. After unsuccessful salvage attempts, the wreck was dynamited.

By morning the ship was gutted, passengers were known to be dead and 14 were missing. Because of land reclamation and the changing face of the harbor, the actual site of Noronic's berth is now in the lobby of the Harbour Castle Westin hotel. The anchors caught in time and it took 5 hours to rescue the crew. The ship was refloated on October 8, , and scrapped in at Nakhodka. The longshoremen have been embroiled in a long-running dispute with Midwest Terminals of Toledo International, the stevedore at the port authority-owned facility.

Johnson said before thanking local businesspeople and labor leaders whom he said weighed in on the issue in support of his operation. Her fleetmate Paul R. Tregurtha was inbound at She was still at the dock Saturday night, with no departure time listed. Putney When the James R. Barker departed Two Harbors on Sept. She is heading for Indiana Harbor. Algoma Harvester departed Two Harbors on Sept. She departed on the 15th at Tentatively due Two Harbors on the 15th is the American Century.

She ran checked down all day off Silver Bay and is now, as of The American Integrity was due Two Harbors on the 15th, but as of Gott and the Algoma Compass. Also, as of Sept. I'll guess she's going to Zug Island. Cedarglen due at 4: Block were upbound in the lower river as night fell. Federal Mackinac was inbound DeTour about 10 p. Downbounders included Clyde S. Kuber in the evening. Barker was loading stone Saturday night. Roger Blough was at Gary. Erieborg was at South Chicago. Northern Lake Huron Saturday.

Joseph H Thompson Jr. Great Republic weighed anchor and proceeded to the dock to load. Once loaded she departed for Cleveland. John G Munson arrived to load. Algoma Buffalo arrived to load. The ship was transitioned from our land level facility to a submersible barge yesterday, Sept. The lead ship in the Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship program is now pier side at Halifax Shipyard where our shipbuilders will continue working to prepare the ship for sea trials in The Halifax Shipyard, long at the centre of Canadian shipbuilding, is now revitalized and home to the most modern, innovative shipbuilding facilities, equipment, and processes in North America.

The accompanying written story will appear in the Watertown Daily Times on Sept. As the ship made its way through the locks, Lake Ontario, and the St. Lawrence Seaway, the captain and crew members discussed what it is like to live and work on a freighter.

Lawrence Seaway Management Corp. Lawrence Seaway Development Corp. The reporting team spent approximately 30 hours aboard the ship. The freighter was in the midst of a five-day voyage delivering grain from Thunder Bay on the coast of Lake Superior to Quebec City, which borders the St.

Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation. It involved lots of paperwork and required lots of insurance. But the end result was well worth it. Niles will accompany Mr. At the time 22, barrels of a total of 54, barrels were still aboard. Flames catapulted over feet high filling the air with smoke that could be seen for 50 miles.

By Monday afternoon they extinguished the fire only to have it re-ignite that night resulting in multiple explosions. Not until Tuesday morning on the 18th was the fire finally subdued with the assistance of the U. Unfortunately the fire claimed the life of one crew member, who drowned attempting to swim ashore.

As a result the Coast Guard closed the river to all navigation. Her engines were removed and shipped to New Bedford, Massachusetts, for future use. The skipper of CLYDE was censured for the wreck and for his callous treatment of the schooner's crew afterwards. Luckily no lives were lost. Morris of Port Huron, Michigan, burned about 2 miles below St. Morris ran the tug ashore and hurried to St. Clair to get assistance, but officials there refused to allow the steam fire engine to go outside the city.

She had just started in service in May of , and was named for the reform movement that was in full swing at the time of her launch. One life was lost, the captain's wife. The steeel package freighter had cleared Duluth the previous day with wheat and flax for Buffalo but ran into a furious storm and sank in Lake Superior off Eagle Harbor Light with the loss of lives.

All on board were rescued and the hull was later dynamited as a hazard to navigation. The stack was toppled but the vessel managed to reach Batchawana and was laid up.

The hull was towed to Sault Ste. Marie in and eventually stripped out. The remains were taken to Thessalon in and remained there until it caught fire and burned in An explosion and fire resulted. One sailor was lost as the ship burned for days and subsequently sank. Catharines fire fighters help extinguish the blaze.

Mesabi Miner arrived Duluth at Indiana Harbor had been expected to depart at Juno, which was at Gavilon loading grain, was tentatively due to complete loading and depart at She was expected to depart around midnight. Due Two Harbors late on the 14th is the Baie St. Lee White at Leitch was at Keefer Terminal for repairs to her boom. Kaministiqua due at Marys River Friday was a slow day at the Soo. Roger Blough was downbound early, followed by Algoma Discovery and Algoma Transport later in the morning.

Federal Danube was downbound in the afternoon. Cort and American Mariner were due late. Upbounders included American Century, Lee A. Boland was loading limestone Friday night. Joseph H Thompson arrived to load limestone. Clair River started off in the late morning with the tug Sarah Andrie and barge A downbound at St.

Speer, downbound at St. Clair at about Meanwhile in Port Huron, the 1, footer Walter J. The classic steamer Alpena was upbound past Marysville at As the Alpena neared the Bluewater Bridge she gave a hearty salute to onshore boatnerds. Also in Port Huron were the tug Albert and barge Margaret, downbound just before 1 p.

During the afternoon there was a parade of five vessels upbound at Marysville. The first to pass by was the Pride of Michigan at 3: They arrived at the Bean Dock in Port Huron for the night and were expected to get underway downbound at 8 a. Next was the tanker Algoma Hansa at 3: They were followed by Algoma Compass at 3: Following them was the John G.

The Michipicoten was downbound at St. Clair around 6 p. Ashtabula, Ohio Federal Mayumi was in port Friday night. One hundred and 24 years later, the now privately owned parcel of land the lighthouse sits on is still almost every bit as remote and rugged as it was during the light's earliest days.

That lighthouse and that parcel -- 49 untamed acres, including rare old-growth forest and a 4,foot stretch of pristine Lake Superior shoreline -- is for sale. Join the folks at Dossin Great Lakes Museum for a three-part program exploring a few of these significant losses. Perhaps most clearly remembered is the loss of the bulk-carrier Carl D.

Bradley in Lake Michigan on November 18, Of the 35 crewmen, only two survived. Sadly, 23 of the sailors lost that night hailed from Rogers City, Michigan, and the shipwreck devastated that town. Frank Mays, the lone remaining survivor, will discuss the tragedy with amateur historian Jeffrey Brasie.

Underwater footage of the wreck will illustrate the program. On their maiden voyage to Sault Ste. Marie a century ago, two of the vessels foundered in a November storm. The 74 men who perished represent the greatest single loss of life on Lake Superior. When it comes to marine disasters, few years were as bad as As commerce around the lakes rebounded from years of war, a series of storms, collisions and explosions claimed more than 15 vessels and over mariners and passengers.

Historian Mac McAdam will examine the long list of wrecks and put the year in perspective. For more information, visit this link: Marys River when her towline parted. Her hull was punctured and the Coast Guard ordered repairs to her hull before she could continue. Scrapped at Port Maitland, Ontario, in September 15, , was the last day the U. Second and third degree burns were suffered by two crew members. She was renamed f. The water poured in and put out her fires.

Reports of the number of survivors varied from 17 to 32 and the number lost varied from 18 to On 15 September , A. The fire originated under her boiler. She ran for shore but sank about six miles from Alpena, Michigan. The wooden passenger steamer ASIA got caught in a wild storm crossing Georgian Bay, fell into the trough and sank stern first.

There were passengers and crew listed as lost while only two on board survived. The crew took to the lifeboats and were saved. The hull was located in , upside down, in about feet of water. MANASOO, in only her first season of service after being rebuilt for overnight passenger and freight service, foundered in Georgian Bay after the cargo shifted and the vessel overturned in heavy weather. There were 18 casualties, plus 46 head of cattle, and only 5 survived.

The ship had fallen behind the convoy due to engine trouble, and was shelled by gunfire from U There were 7 casualties including the captain and wireless operator. The latter began Seaway service that year and made a total of six inland voyages. The water-infrastructure bill, which passed on a voice vote, next heads to the U. Senate, where its passage and the president's signature would be the first concrete step in decades toward building the new lock.

Lawmakers said funding will still need to be appropriated next spending cycle. Jack Bergman, R-Watersmeet, whose district includes the locks. Army Corps of Engineers released this summer that recommended a 1,foot-long lock to mirror the year-old Poe Lock at Sault Ste. The Poe is the only one of the four aging locks operated by the Army Corps in the Soo is big enough to handle the largest freighters that carry 89 percent of the cargo through the corridor.

An unexpected outage of the Poe could cause a bottleneck with a rippling disruption through the supply chain for steel production and, thus, manufacturing across the country. Paul Mitchell said he helped push for the project's inclusion in the authorization bill as a member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

The same study concluded the Poe Lock is a weak link in the North American industrial economy, and an unplanned, six-month closure could plunge the U. Debbie Stabenow, D-Lansing, who worked to include authorization in the Senate version of the bill, applauded Thursday's House vote. She and Bergman had co-sponsored a bill last year with the objective of authorizing the lock.

President Trump, Republicans, and Democrats support a new lock in the Soo," he said. Juno was tied up at Gavilon loading wheat. In Superior, Stewart J.

Cort loaded ore at BN throughout the day before departing at She departed on the 13th at Arriving Two Harbors on the 13th was the James R. She went to North of 2 lay-by. She then shifted from Arriving Silver Bay on Sept. She had been running checked down off Silver Bay until the departure of the Algoma Discovery. Leitch had been at the dock on the 12th, but departed for Thunder Bay and repairs. She was having issues with her boom and is currently undergoing repairs in Thunder Bay. Possibility she could be in the mix to load pellets on the North Shore if she doesn't load in Marquette Thunder Bay, Ont.

Tecumseh, due at Paul in the evening. Tecumseh was inbound DeTour as night fell, followed a few hours later by Paul R. Downbound traffic included Edgar B. Lake Michigan Ports John J. Boland was headed for Green Bay on Thursday night. Wilfred Sykes arrived at BayShip Wednesday night for a boiler check, plus some routine maintenance.