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September 26, 2018

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Edward Devendorf, 79

FULTON, NY – Edward F. Devendorf, 79, of Fulton, died Thursday December 27, 2012, at Oswego Hospital, Oswego.

He was born in Syracuse, NY, to the late Earl and Cordelia (Campbell) Devendorf.

He has been a lifetime resident of Fulton.

Mr. Devendorf was a United States veteran having served in the Army as a private first class from 1953 to 1955.

He was a painter with the Painters’ Local #38, Oswego.

He was predeceased by his wife, Helen Devendorf, in 1997; twin brother, Theodore Devendorf, in 2005; and his daughter, Shelley Horning, in 2012.

Mr. Devendorf is survived by his children: Lance Devendorf of Fulton, Patricia (David) Kuhl of Scriba, Greg (Kelly) Devendorf of Carthage, NY, Patrick (Rebecca) Devendorf of Fulton and Tyrone McDougal of Oswego; his longtime companion, Grace Gault of Fulton; and several grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Graveside Services will be held in the spring at Mount Adnah Cemetery, Fulton, with Rev. Mark Kimpland officiating.

Calling hours will be conducted 3 to 6 p.m. Monday in the Sugar Funeral Home, 224 W. Second St. S., Fulton.


4 Responses “Edward Devendorf, 79”

  1. Mike
    January 2, 2013 at 8:40 am

    Ed was one of the BEST baseball pitchers to ever come out of Central New York. He was called up by the Giants before he went into the service. No one had a better FASTBALL and a curve that ‘fell off the table’.

  2. Patti
    January 3, 2013 at 3:20 pm

    Thank you for noting that, Mike. I always loved to hear and read about his baseball days from his friends and our family.


  3. Sameer (Sam) Hazboun
    January 12, 2013 at 4:54 pm

    I was sorry to here about Ed, my deepest thoughts are with all the family. He has always been a good friend and someone I always enjoyed being with especially the days at Woodpecker. With the passing of Ted and now Ed, two larger than life men leaves a big hole in my heart. The only comfort is that they are both now hunting, fishing and trapping to there hearts content telling the old story’s forever.

  4. Justin Devendorf
    January 18, 2013 at 8:51 am

    Sorry for your loss. Kind of curious what relation he’d be to me. (Grand-son of Donald Neil Devendorf – born same area then moved to Michigan)

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