Darryl Jodway, 67

FULTON, NY – Darryl Jodway, 67, of Fulton died Monday December 10, 2012, at the Veteran Administration Hospital, Syracuse, after a long illness.

He was born in Fulton to the late Leon and Doris (Draper) Jodway and he had remained a life resident of Fulton.

Darryl Jodway
Darryl Jodway

He was a United States veteran having served in the Marine Corps from 1965-1968 during the Vietnam War.

Mr. Jodway retired from the Local #214 Laborers Union, Oswego, NY.

He was an avid hunter, fisherman and camper.

Mr. Jodway was predeceased by his wife, Barbara Spedding; two brothers: Larry and Gene Jodway; and his best friend, Dick Leg.

Mr. Jodway is survived by his children: James Jodway of East Syracuse, NY, Rick Crofoot, Randy Crofoot, John Spedding and Barbette Spedding all of Fulton; five siblings: Wanda Richards, Dennis Jodway both of Fulton, Vicki Jodway of Auburn, Steven Jodway and Jacqueline Jodway both of Fulton; 13 grandchildren: Jack, James, and Jason Jodway, Josh (Nicole) Dunsmoor, Tyler and Tiara Hobart, Rikki, and Randy Crofoot, Jeremiah and John Crofoot and Jonathan and Kayla Spedding, special granddaughter Maria Khan; and several great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends.

Funeral services and burial will be held privately.

There will be no calling hours.

The Sugar Funeral Home, 224 W. Second St. S., Fulton, has care of the arrangements.


  1. you will be miss very much, thank you for being in my life, you were like a father to me, and i love you for that, may you rest in peace darryl, you will be miss

  2. December 29 th Celerbration of life for darryl jodway will be held at his home 324 hall rd hannibal ny at 10:30 am the vfw was so kind to come out and help with honoring darryl it will start at 11 that is why we are asking for you to arrive at 10:30am thank you we will have food and keystone for after the service

  3. we are lost without him we will be having a celebration of his life on December 29th at 10:30 the VFW was so kind to help us honor Darryl’s life 324 hall rd Hannibal N.Y service will start at 11am we are asking everyone to arrive before this time after we will have food and keystone thank you all that loved him

  4. What a great man. Myself and my father spent plenty of hours with him and legsy at hunting camp. Never going to forget this man. Always full of life. God bless him and my prayers are out to the family. What a great man!

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