OBITUARY

Leo F. Sawyer

September 7, 1954June 17, 2018
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Mr. Leo F. Sawyer, age 63 of Madrid, NY passed away on June 17th at his residence while surrounded by his family and Hospice and Palliative Care of the St. Lawrence Valley. Friends may call at the Garner Funeral Home on Wednesday, June 20th from 4-7pm. A funeral service will take place at the Garner Funeral home on Wednesday at 7pm with Rev. Lee Sweeney celebrant. In lieu of flowers contributions can go to the family. Leo is survived by his wife Connie Sawyer; son Leo Sawyer Jr.; daughters Tracy Moulton and companion Chuck Carrow, Evon (Chad) Swinyer, Tina Sawyer and companion Eric Todd, Melinda (Harvey) Griffin, Kimberly Sawyer and companion Travis Charleson and Katie Sawyer; brother Clarington Sawyer Jr.; sister Wynona Vancor; several nieces and nephews and his beloved dog Zoey. Leo is predeceased by his parents Marion and Clarington Sawyer and sisters Minnie McDonald, Della Pike and Helen Sharlow. Mr. Leo F. Sawyer was born on September 7, 1954 in Massena, NY to Clarington Sawyer and Marion Donnelly. He was a graduate of Norwood Norfolk Central School. On September 19, 1982 he was married to Connie Jean Moulton. He worked for years at the Kraft Cheese Factory and he also was a farmer. He was a member of the Hannawa Falls Volunteer Fire Department for 7 years and a member of the Parishville Volunteer Fire Department for 8 years. The family would like to give a special thank you to Stevie Sharlow for taking great care of Leo.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, June 20, 2018
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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Shane Sawyer

June 18, 2018

This is my uncle he was a great man and a great friend to all who knew him R.I.P uncle leo

Sheri Lazarus (Moulton)

June 18, 2018

Uncle Leo,
I was saddened to hear that you’d passed, but also relieved that your pain had ended. I still remember as a kid going to all the softball games or just hanging out at our homes with the family. I also remember how you saved my life when I was choking on that darn butterscotch candy, (which I haven’t eaten again since that day). I know that you’re in great company up there with Dad. So you two try to keep it under control and not get into to much trouble. You will surely be missed and the wonderful children you have left behind will keep that strong wife of your’s busy and taken care of. Until we meet again...
With Love,
Sheri, John, Aubrey, John Jr., Amber & Jaxon

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