The Funeral for Mary M. Crosby, 75, will be Thursday, August 1 at the Morristown Fire Station Bingo Hall at 10:00 with Rev. Christopher Carrara, Pastor, St. John the Evangelist, officiating. Burial will follow in Sunnyside Cemetery.
Calling hours will be Wednesday afternoon and evening from 2-4 and 6-8 at the Morristown Fire Station.
Mary passed away Sunday morning July 28, 2019 at Riverledge Health Care Facility in Ogdensburg, where she had been a patient since November 2, 2015.
If friends desire condolences, photos and flowers may be sent online to www.islandviewfs.com
Contributions are suggested if desired to Morristown Volunteer Fire Department, PO Box 4, Morristown, 13664 or to the Morristown Fire Auxiliary, PO Box 383, Morristown, 13664.
Surviving are two daughters and two sons-in-law, Ann M. and David TenEyck, Brier Hill, Tracy “Dora” and Ed Gagnon, Morristown; two sons and daughters-in-law, Bernard “Barney” T. and Beki Jo Crosby, Wetumpka, Alabama and Kevin and Ann Crosby, Morristown,; nine grandchildren, Shannon Clement, Tiffany Bartlett, Kimberly Crosby, Chelsea TenEyck, Whitney TenEyck, Jordan TenEyck, David Kyle TenEyck, Bryan Crosby and Sophia Crosby. Also survived by Theresa Farnitano, Morristown; Shirley Ramie, Dexter; and Stuart LeBlanc, Myrtle Beach, SC.
Also surviving are eight great grandchildren, Macala, Elizabeth, Cheyenne, Wyatt, Tyler, Landon, Hayden and Ethan and several nieces and nephews.
Predeceased by husband Bernard “Barney" N. Crosby, brothers Wayne and Thomas LeBlanc and great-grandchildren Brayden and Jaden.
Mary was born in Canton on March 4, 1944 , the daughter of Thomas Paul and Bessie Margaret Kellam LeBlanc and graduated from Morristown Central School in 1962.
On August 17, 1966, she married Bernard N. Crosby in Maryland. Mr. Crosby died July 12, 2001.
Mrs. Crosby worked at Woolworths for a time then later worked as a cook at the Cedars Nursing Home in Ogdensburg before working at the St. Lawrence County Office of the Aging Managing and Cooking for the Morristown facility before retiring in 2005.
Mary was a member of the Morristown Auxiliary for over 50 years where she served as Treasurer for a few years and was an Honorary Member of the Morristown Fire Department.
She had many hobbies including ceramics, crocheting, knitting, gardening and loved her goldfish and seeing Christmas lights, enjoying grandchildren and great grandchildren.
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