OBITUARY

Hadwin "Lee" Breaky

November 29, 1946February 26, 2018

Succumbing to his battle with cancer, Hadwin “Lee” Breaky passed away Monday night (Feb 26, 2018) at the Rome Memorial Hospital with his children by his side. He was 71.

Hadwin is survived by his son, James H. Breaky of Rome; his life partner Mary Barnes of Lee Center; her sons Paul (Lorie) Russo of Camden and Charles Barnes of Potsdam; two grandchildren Anne Elizabeth and Mark William Jennings, and a daughter Pamela Anne (Mark) Jennings of Westmoreland.

Graveside services will be held in the spring at the Ogdensburgh Cemetery in Ogdensburg NY. The family asks those wishing to memorialize Mr. Breaky, that they make a donation to the American Cancer Society or give their time to our country’s veterans.

Services

  • Graveside service in the spring
REMEMBERING

Hadwin "Lee" Breaky

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Linda (Smith) Beardsley

March 6, 2018

Remembering & thinking of school (OFA, class of '65) & that friend w/such a great personality & smile...Lee was a very special friend. Also, was great to see him @ our 10 yr. reunion & again in 2000. RIP, Lee & TY for our friendship. Condolences to Lee's family.
Linda (Smith) Beardsley

Wendy (Morley) Vincent-Barwood

March 6, 2018

Always that smile walking down the hall at OFA. RIP Lee.

Daniel Whalen

March 3, 2018

I Love You James and Hadwin very much! Will plan as many vacations on the West coast with your Guidance my Friend! -Daniel

Eileen Whalen

March 3, 2018

Dear Jim, Pam & Nan and all family, Hi, My best memory of Lee and DRG is the past summer, when Dave & Jim cooked up the most delish picnic at his house. Jim, you mean so much to this Dix family...thanks for being such a great friend to our children through the years. And for the recent Uber rides, snow removal etc. I know Lee put a strong fight against his last illness. Love and God Bless, Les, Eileen Whalen & family PS: We'll miss him ( & you when you return to CA)

Maureen mumpton

March 2, 2018

So sorry for your loss, Jim, you look just like your father at that age. Crazy! Thanks for being one more big brother always looking out for me and the girls! Love, love, love!

FROM THE FAMILY