OSWEGO, NY – Mildred (Millie) C. Wellington, 89, a long resident of Scriba, NY, passed away peacefully Sunday October 30, 2016, at Oswego Hospital with family by her side.
Born in Oswego, she was the daughter of (late) Mr and Mrs Eugene and Catherine (Harrington) Hogan.
At the age of three, she moved to Mechanic Falls, Maine, to be raised by her loving (late) aunt, Anna, and uncle, Victor Bloom.
Upon her uncle’s death, she and her aunt moved back to Oswego where she met her future husband, Jimmie.
During World War II, Millie worked at Springfield Arms gun factory.
Once back in Oswego she worked at the Oswego Chocolate Works and then as a homemaker.
In her 40s, she went back to school to become a Licensed Practical Nurse and worked at Oswego Hospital in pediatrics.
Millie was an active member of the Sacred Heart Church and founding member of the choir, Scriba Senior Citizens, Scriba bunco club, and also founding member of the Scriba Fire Auxiliary.
She enjoyed her time with family at their camp on Lake Ontario, traveling, especially to Maine, and time spent with her loving husband of 70 years.
She enjoyed life to the fullest and would playfully tease those around her.
She promised herself when she had a family of her own they would know they were loved.
She fulfilled that promise.
Surviving are her husband, James F. Wellington; four children; six grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.
A daughter, Sharon (Jerry) Lindberg of Manlius, NY, and their sons: Ja Lindberg of Buffalo, NY, and Scott (Allison) Lindberg of Burlington, Vermont.
A son, Daniel (Deborah) Wellington of Hampton, Virginia, and their daughter, Danielle (Fontana) Fluke and daughter, Madeline Clair of Fairport, NY; and son, Andrew Wellington of Fairfax, Vermont.
A son, Thomas Wellington of Clearwater, Florida.
A daughter, Mary (David) DePentu of Oswego, NY, and their daughters, Kathryn (Gregory) Waite of Baldwinsville, NY, and Samantha (Joshua) Killion of Buffalo, NY.
A memorial service will be held on November 12, at 10 a.m. at the Sacred Heart Church in Scriba.
Donations can be made in Millie’s name to the Upstate Cancer Center at
Arrangements are in care of the Dowdle Funeral Home.