Josephine Hudyma, 93

Josephine Hudyma, 93; of Fulton died at Oswego Hospital.

She was born in Frankfort, NY and she has been a life resident of Fulton. Mrs. Hudyma retired after 30 years from Greco Appliances, Fulton. She was a member of the PLAV, and the Tuesday Women’s Bowling League.

She was pre-deceased by her husband Carl Hudyma Sr. in 1956, her son Carl Hudyma Jr. in 1956, her siblings: Raymond Romanick, Mary Davis, Stella Petraske, twin sister Rose Kuznair, Myron Romanick, Peter Romanick, twin brothers: Peter and Paul Romanick and Fred Romanick.

She is survived by her daughter Nancy Close of Fulton, her brother Leo Romanick of Utica, sisters: Helen Czeck and Dora Roik both of Fulton, 4 grandchildren: Carrie (Steve) Bixby, Carl (Kara) Close, Calista (Rick) Amering, Christopher (Amanda) Close, 5 great grandchildren: Ryan and Christopher Bixby, Nellie and Sophie Amering, Chloe Close and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held 11:30 AM Wednesday at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., with Rev. Moritz Fuchs officiating. Burial will be held in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Fulton. Calling hours will be conducted 9:30 to 11:30 AM Wednesday at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. 2nd St. S. Fulton.

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  1. March 29, 2010

    Dear Nancy,

    I read in Oswego County Today online that your mother had passed away. So many years have passed since I saw your mother but I remember her so fondly. I want to send you my condolences on the loss of Jo. I have happy memories of her from our childhood. She always made me feel so welcome when I would visit your house on Fourth Street across from Walradt Street School. I will always remember the perogies she made; my favorites were the ones stuffed with potato. At my house, we never had such an exotic treat. I remember how neat and tidy she always kept her house. Growing up with four kids, my house on First Street was not so organized. Your place seemed like a little haven with your sweet mother watching over us. She had a hard life with the loss of your father and brother, but she managed to smile for your friends and make them feel special. I hope that her last years were comfortable and I extend my condolences to you at this time of loss. Your mother was a wonderful woman who touched the lives of many.


    Ann Ackerman Avery

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