Obituary of Victor H. Stone
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Victor H. Stone Jr.,63, passed away on Janary7th, 2022 at St. Peter's hospital in Albany NY. He passed away from a short battle with cancer. He fought bravely with his family at his bedside. Vic was a lifelong resident of Cortland and graduated from Cortland High School in 1976. While in high school, He played and lettered in baseball for the Cortland tigers. After school, He played in City ball for years including the over 35 league. He also played horseshoes for several different leagues. He was an avid bowler, and bowled in numerous Mens and Mixed leagues. After his sports days were over, Vic loved to spend time with his grandkids and family. He looked forward to watching football every Sunday with his grandson. He also enjoyed watching movies, making legendary bonfires, music and rock concerts. Vic worked at Jeep delivery after high school, Smith Corona, Rubbermaid, Albany international, and was currently employed by Pall Trinity for over 20 years. He was predeceased by his mother, Marie (Grenell) Stone, his father Victor Stone Sr.,his brother Darryl Stone, and his brother Mike Stone. Vic is survived by his wife of 45 years Sue (Negus) Stone of Moravia , his daughter Kristin Stone (Steve) of Homer, grandchildren Karigan and Kaden Quaile, and son Matt Stone of Moravia, grandchildren Mckayla, Trenten, and Brooklynn Stone. Sisters Bonnie Stone Lort (Robert) of Florida, and Brenda Stone Dewey (Chris) of Homer. Nieces Brandee (Terry), Jade (Karl), and Krysandra. Nephews Joe, and Chris (Chelsea). Also several great nieces and nephews. Per his request, there will be no calling hours or funeral. A celebration of life will be held on August 13th, 2022. Please contact the family for more information. May the wind always be at your back and the sun always upon your face, the world lost a spark the day you went away.
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