Dylan Pollock

Dylan Pollock

Dylan Pollock Dylan Pollock, 21, of Troy, New York, passed away from intimal sarcoma on June 16, 2018, at his home surrounded by family, friends and his very special friend, Annalise. Dylan was born in Niskayuna and resided in Troy his entire life.  He graduated from St. Augustine’s School, Catholic Central High School and Hudson

Joseph Manning Jr

Joseph Manning Jr

Joseph Manning Jr Troy-Joseph R. Manning Jr, 74 passed away on Saturday, June 16, 2018. Born in Albany, he was the son of the late Joseph Manning Sr and Vivian Marsh Manning. He is survived by his brother James Manning of Troy, his sister Joyce Clark (Theodore) of Sparks, NV, his half-brother Donald Marsh, also

Nunzio Fontana

Nunzio Fontana

Nunzio Fontana Troy – Nunzio D. Fontana, 97, of Gregory Court died Wednesday, June 20, 2018, at Troy Center for Rehab & Nursing after a long  illness. Born in Cansano, Italy, he was son of the late Fortunato Marco Fontana and Nicolina  DiBartolomeis Fontana and husband of the late Maria G. DiGregorio Fontana. He was

Sean Miller

Sean Miller

Sean Miller Schodack – Sean J. Miller, 42, of North Schodack Road died suddenly Sunday, June 17, 2018, at his residence. Born in Albany, he was son of Jane P. Belliveau Brew and the late Donald D. Miller.   In addition to his loving mother, he is survived by his wife of 20 years, Kristin

Milad Saiid

Milad Saiid

Milad Saiid Brunswick – Milad Saiid, 57, of Deerfield Drive died suddenly Tuesday, June 19, 2018, at Albany Medical Center Hospital. Born in Lebanon, he was son of Chameline Tlaije Saiid and the late Isaac Saiid and husband for 37 years of Georgette Tleiji Saiid. He had came to this country to Troy 1980.  Mr.

Sherwood Davies

Sherwood Davies

Sherwood Davies Delmar – Sherwood Davies, WW II veteran, lifetime activist, card-player, and devoted father/grandfather with a sharp sense of humor and dress, died Tuesday, June 19th, 2018 at the age of 100.  As a Centenarian, Sherwood leaves behind an impressive legacy, countless fond memories, and stories that will continued to be shared (most of