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Wilma Farley

Wilma Katherine Farley

Sunday, February 24th, 1929 - Saturday, May 30th, 2020
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Wilma Katherine Farley, 91, of Bushey Boulevard, passed away peacefully Saturday, May 30, 2020 at Plattsburgh Rehabilitation and Nursing Center with family by her side. She was born in Ellenburg on February 24, 1929 the daughter of William and Dora (Amo) Tourville.
At five years of age, she moved with her parents to Plattsburgh. She graduated from D’Youville Academy and continued her education at the Loretta Business School graduating with honors.
She lived five years in Chaumont, France in the fifties and upon returning to the United States, she lived 32 years in Golden, Colorado prior to returning to Plattsburgh. Wilma loved travelling, reading, music and dancing. She spent most of her working years dealing antique glassware and period furniture along with real estate.
She was the mother of two children; Paul C. Cardennis III (predeceased), a daughter; Pamela (Cardenses) and Pamela’s husband Olaf Lubeck of Tucson, AZ. She leaves behind three granddaughters Allison, Rebeca and Erica Cardennis of Colorado and three grandsons of California; Christopher, Brian and Andrew Lubeck. She is also survived by four sisters; Mrs. Anthony Tarricone (Caroline), Mrs. Sylvia Stack , Mrs. John Manny (Gloria) all of Plattsburgh, Mrs. Siegfried Sitte (Diane) of Toronto, Ontario, a brother; William Tourville and his wife Deanie of Columbia, SC.
She was predeceased by her parents, her first husband, Paul C. Cardennis, II, second husband John Farley, and three brothers; Clement (Joe) Tourville, Arthur Tourville and Lawrence Tourville.
A private ceremony was held for her at the Brown Funeral Home in Plattsburgh on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. Interment was at St. Peter’s Cemetery.
Arrangements are entrusted to Brown Funeral Home, 29 Broad St., Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Online condolences may be offered www.brownfuneralhomeinc.com
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    St. Peter's Cemetery
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    PLATTSBURGH, NY 12901

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Richard L. Daly

Posted at 03:45pm
Dear Sylvia and Family, My sympathy on the loss of your dear sister Wilma. I recall her smile and eagerness to be at BINGO! at PReHab Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, 2:30 'sharp.' I enjoyed the time I had with my late sister Linda (White) and the whole gang on those afternoons. After Wilma's studying at D'Youville and her time in France, she must have become fluent. RIP+ Wilma and Linda. Sincerely, Richard Daly (Champlain Park)
 
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sylvia stack Posted at 06:47pm

Thank you so much, Richard.I remember well those happy years with my sister and Linda. Hopefully they will have bingo in Heaven. Sylvia Stack
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Marie AuClaire

Posted at 08:39am
When I think about my aunt Wilma, I can't help but to smile. She loved us all unconditionally. She was kind, caring and generous and gave to those in need. Not to mention she was funny too!

We always loved to hear her stories. She was a bit of a fairy godmother of sorts. There is a story about a young man who came to one of her yard sales looking for socks. She disappeared for a moment. Then returned with exactly what he needed. A brand new pair of socks! Which she had absconded from her brother's sock drawer.

She was a pretty good lawyer too. She wrote an entire legally binding contract on the back of a bank deposit slip and had all parties sign it. Even the police that arrived at the accident said, it was the best legal document they had ever seen. Not to mention the smallest.

With so many stories to tell, lets just say that Wilma touched all of our hearts and lives for the better. She not only gave us stories to treasure but she loved listening to the greatest story of all. The story of our LORD and Savior Jesus.

Even though our hearts are heavy with sorrow because we miss her, we have the hope of Heaven through Christ Jesus.

John 3:16 says; "For God so loved the world that He gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." Also Psalm 30:5c, 10-12 says: "...weeping may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning."..."Hear me, O LORD, and have mercy, O LORD be my helper. You have turned my mourning into dancing; You have loosed my sackcloth and girded me with gladness. That my soul may sing praise to You and not be silent. O LORD my God, I will give thanks to You forever."

Lets celebrate the life to come. Life in Heaven with the Father, the Son Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. Life with our loved ones through Christ.

If you have a chance, please listen to the song by Crystal Lewis & Ron Kenoy ; "Beauty For Ashes". Found on YouTube Chris Burgess. 1996 Christian Gospel
 
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sylvia stack Posted at 06:52pm

Beautiful Marie Aunt Wilma loved you and Mike very much and you were always so kind and loving to her. I will miss her all of my remaining days on this earth. Love Aunt Syl
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