Albert Paquin

Obituary of Albert F Paquin

Albert F. Paquin, 85, of Owego Hill Rd., Virgil , passed away November 17, 2012 at the Cortland RegionalMedical Center, Mr. Paquin was born June 24, 1927 in Cortland the son of the late Francis and Myrtle Decost Paquin. Mr. Paquin was a life long resident of the area , a US Army veteran of WW II and had retired from Smith Corona after 25 years. Mr. Paquin is survived by his wife Anna Genson Reynolds Paquin, his children; David R and John M. Paquin in Florida, Robert W. Reynolds Jr., Terry Ann Johnson, Douglas J. Reynolds, David A. Reynolds, Albert Paquin Jr., Michael Paquin and Heather Paquin Ross. Three brothers; Edward, John and Thomas Paquin all in Conneticut. Twenty seven grandchildren, seventeen great grandchildren, two nieces and one nephew. A funeral service will be held on Friday at 12:00 noon at the Wright-Beard Funeral Home, 9 Lincoln Ave, Cortland. Interment with military honors will follow in the Virgil Cemetery. Friends are invited to call 11:00-11:45 AM prior to the service on Friday. To offer condolences on line visit Dear Anne and children (especially albert and Heather): I know Uncle Al is now having a great time with Rita and Bud. They have waited a while for him to arrive, but they all now rejoice in their all being together. Uncle "Stub" was my favorite family member. Although we didn't spend a lot of time together in adult years, I will miss him. I love him. Patty (Hull...Rita's daughter) Mannheimer I have fond memories of Al as one of the leaders of Boy Scout Troop 87 in Cortland. What a wonderful, friendly man. My condolences to his family. Scott Goodrich So Sorry to read about Al I don't know if you remember me but I was friends of yours years ago my thoughts are with you. I am living in Trumansburg with my daughter and grandchildren. So sorry for your loss Sharon Dowd Gruber So very sorry for your loss. May the Love of your friends and family comfort you at this difficult Time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. With Sincere Sympathy, Tom East
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