Andrew Efimenco 85 of Cortland passed away October 26, 2009 in NYS Veterans Home in Oxford.
Andy was born December 5, 1923 in Tully, the son of the late Onis and Cleopatria Radchenko Efimenko.
Andy served his country with the US Navy during WWII, and had been employed at Smith Corona. His memberships included the VFW and the NRA.
Andy is survived by sons Andrew (Susie_ Efimenco of Virginia, Marc (Kathy) Efimenko of Cortland, and his daughter Michelle (Mark) DeBillis of Cicero. His 4 grand children his brother John Efimemko of College Station, Texas.
In addition to his parents Andy was predeceased by is wife Mildred, sister Mary Wosik and brother Nicholas Marberry Efimenco
Graveside services will be held 11:00 am Thursday in Cortland Rural Cemetery.
Wright-Beard Funeral Home is assisting the family.
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Marc and family, I am so very sorry for the loss of your father. My prayers are with you.
From Jane Knecht
A note of sympathy to let you know that no words of sympathy may ease the loss you bare. Perhaps you may find comfort knowing others care. Our deepest sympathy: Joni, Tony and Edith
Dear Marc and family. We would like to express our sincerest condolence to you and yours at this difficult time with the passing of your Father. Jim & Sharon
Marc and Kathy- I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. We've been friends for a very long time, and I hope you know that if there is anything I can do, all you have to do is call. My prayers are with you. God Bless. Linda Chambers
To his son, It is always sad news to hear of one who you have know most of your life and were the best of friends. Andy and I were very good friends and enjoyed each other very much. It is sad for me to know that he is no longer with us except in thoughts of yesterday. My deepest sympathy to the family. Louis Salce
Are prayers are Mark and Kathy and family for the loss of there father. He had a unique personality, that would always make you laugh. He will be missed. Signed your friends, Sonny and Dawn.