Jerry and I always had a good time with her and Ed when we had to attend Legion functions.
The number of us in the "Golden Age" seems to be getting smaller and smaller.
You may view the obituary and send a message of condolence online at Thresa, Esther and families. We are very sorry to hear of the passing of Albina.
David and I were saddened to learn of Albina's passing. She was always an inspiration with here charming way and ready smile.
Home to 10 food carts, ample seating and a sophisticated website that lets you order ahead, Mississippi Marketplace is the spot for everything from vegan barbecue to burgers to espresso.To the Fox family – may care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. To the entire Fox Family - I have thought about all of you all day today. Remember your mother with laughter because that's the way she'll remember you. bustling commercial district compressed into a seven-block promenade.Our numbers of survivors of the alumni of Mc Connellsville School as well as the old Camden High School alumni are growing smaller every year and remind us to treasure those who are left. She will be missed by everyone who was lucky enough to know her.Judy & Chuck I was deeply sad to hear of Albina's passing.Tuthill Law Office at the young age of 16, a career that spanned almost 70 years until her retirement from the Clarence E. On August 28, 1954, she was united in marriage to Edward R. Fox, and John & Tina Fox all of Camden, NY, eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.She is also survived by two sisters: Esther Dahn, Harrisonville, MO, Thresa & Randall Bowman, Taberg, NY; a sister-in-law Margaret Smolenski, Camden, NY and several nieces and nephews.You now have a beautiful guardian angel who will always be with you and looking out for you.With our deepest condolences and sympathy, Mary and Russ Ward, Oscar, Alex, Aidan and Lily One of the hardest things about living out of state are at times like this. How I'd love to be there to offer face-to-face my deepest and heartfelt sympathies and to pay respect to this amazing woman.She was special from the start having been born on Christmas Eve Day, December 24, 1929, to Stanley and Albina Butrym Smolenski in Mc Connellsville, NY. Moran Post American Legion Ladies Auxiliary,and for years was a part-time associate with the Weight Watchers organization. John’s Church and a member of the Catholic Women’s Club and its Altar Rosary Society.Albina was a 1947 graduate of Camden Central High School and began working for the Stedman D. Albina was quite literally the kindest and most loving, caring and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend throughout her entire life. She is survived by her children: Susan & James Szczerba, Sherrill, NY, Nancy & Stephen Prusack, Camden, NY, Mark & Susan Fox, Canastota, NY, Paul & Dawn Fox, Thomas J.