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Dorothy E. Crandall, 86

Dorothy E. Crandall

Dorothy E. Crandall

Dorothy E. Crandall, 86, of Hannibal died Monday.

She was a life resident of Hannibal. Mrs. Crandall retired in 1980 from the Hannibal Central School System where she had worked as a school bus driver for 11 years and a teacher’s aide for 5 years. She had previously worked at Nestle Foods in Fulton.

Dorothy was a member of the Hannibal Center United Methodist Church. She was a member of the Hannibal Center United Methodist Women; Hannibal Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary; Prior Stock Post #1552 American Legion Auxiliary; Oswego County Firemen Auxiliary; Huldah Chapter # 487, Order of the Eastern Star in Hannibal; Granby and Cato Senior Citizens.

Dorothy was predeceased by her husband, William R. Crandall, who died in 1987.

Surviving are: two sons, Ronald R. (Terri) Ingison of Hannibal and William D. (Blanche) Crandall of Hannibal; two daughters, Sandra L. Traficante of Fulton and Katherine H. Williams of Hannibal; 12 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; two great, great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.

Calling hours are 3 to 6 p.m. Thursday with funeral services to follow at Foster Funeral Home, 837 Cayuga St., Hannibal. Spring burial will be in Ira Union Cemetery, Ira.

Contributions in memory of Dorothy may be made to Hannibal Center United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, P.O. Box 89, Hannibal, NY 13074.

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2 thoughts on “Dorothy E. Crandall, 86

  1. Kathy, Sandy and family – so very sorry to hear about the loss of your Mom. She was a very sweet person, just like her daughters. May God Bless You All,

    Chris LaFrate

  2. So sorry to hear this… Mrs. Crandall was my bus driver in elementary school and I loved her. Her retirement saddened me almost as much as reading this news.

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