Ann N. LeClair, 76

Ann N. LeClair, 76, of Fulton, died Monday at Oswego Hospital after a sudden illness.

She was a life resident of the Fulton-Oswego area. Ann retired as a clerk for the Oswego County Board of Elections after 20 years. She was a communicant of Holy Family Catholic Church in Fulton where she was a member of its choir for many years. Ann was a former chairperson of the Democratic Party for the city of Fulton; member of R.S.V.P.; Merry Widows Card Club; and she helped develop the Respect Program for the Fulton Consolidated School System. Ann was predeceased by a son, Robert E. Alnutt; brothers, George and Fred Weske and sister, Betty Phillips.

Surviving are her children, Carol Alnutt of Oswego, Michelle (Robert) Narad of Fulton, Norine LeClair of Syracuse, Danise (Roger) Dennison of Fulton, Daniel LeClair of Hannibal, Sherri Arnold of Hannibal, Patrick (Lisa) LeClair of Somers, Lynn (Scott) Moroz of Fulton and their father, Alton LeClair of Fulton; a sister, Alberta (James) Ambuske of Fulton; 15 grandchildren, Jason, Brianna, Lindsay, Christopher, Sabrina, Samantha, Elizabeth, Sarah, Ali, Patrick, Aidan, Lauren, Peter, Guilianna and Isabella; several nieces and nephews.

Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions may be made in Ann’s memory to Oswego County Office of the Aging, 70 Bunner Street, Oswego, 13126. Foster Funeral Home, Fulton has care of arrangements.

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6 Comments

  1. My sympathies to Ann’s family. She contributed much to the community, and was just an all-around wonderful person.

  2. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. She was a wonderful person and a great friend to my family. I have so many wonderful memories that I will cherish always.

  3. Ann was a very special person. She was caring, loving and lots of fun to be with. She is often in my thoughts and fondly remembered. My sympathy and prayers are with her family. Her children have always been loving and caring of her and I hope they find peace amidst their loss.

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