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September 23, 2018

Fosters Funeral Home

Marcy A Leroux Craven, 64


FULTON, NY – Marcy A Leroux Craven, 64, of Fulton, and formerly of Middleburgh, Fla., departed this life unexpectedly on Saturday December 13, 2014.

She was born May 19, 1950, in Tupper Lake, the daughter of the late Maynard and Iona Leroux.

Marcy A Leroux Craven

Marcy A Leroux Craven

Marcy was a 1968 graduate of J.C.B. High School in Phoenix and had once been employed by Western Electric in Syracuse.

In April 1970, she married Bruce Hall in Tupper Lake.

While Bruce was in the Navy, she experienced military life as they traveled to Guam, where they were both champion archers, Tennessee, Washington, D.C. and Jacksonville, Fla., where she had worked at NAS Jacksonville Naval base for several years.

Marcy will be remembered for her joy of cooking, passion for horses and NASCAR as well as out fishing her brother-in-law.

Her family was very close and shared great love for one another.

She will be missed and thought of every day for the remainder of their lives and she will always have a spot reserved at the table for card night.

Marcy is survived by her sons, Scott and Kevin Hall; sisters, Callie (Bruce) Benware and Laurie Leroux; brother, Gary (Vicki) Leroux; granddaughter, Alyssa Hall; nieces, Stacy (Buster) Hall and Nicole (Jason) Mace; great-nieces and great-nephews, Montana Hall, Cameron Hall, Cayleb Hall, Curtis Mace and Morgane Mace.

A service will be held at noon Thursday at Foster Funeral Home, 910 Fay St., Fulton.

There are no calling hours.

Burial, at St. Mary’s Cemetery, will be private in the spring.

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2 Responses “Marcy A Leroux Craven, 64”

  1. Stacy Hall
    December 16, 2014 at 10:01 am

    Aunt Marcy, you are so very missed! Thank you for all the beautiful memories! We love you!

  2. Tammy King
    December 16, 2014 at 12:43 pm

    Marcy will always be in our hearts. She had a gift for making those around her smile and her laugh was contagious. She was such a sweet, kind and loving mother, sister and daughter….Praying for each and every one of you during this time of grieving….we love you….

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