Connie Grosvent

July 26, 2010

Connie Grosvent, 73; of Fulton died peacefully Monday at home. She was born to the late Vito and Mary (Ferro) Clavelli in Fulton and she has remained a life resident of Fulton. Mrs. Grosvent worked for Montgomery Wards, and helped staff Dr. Brown’s private office before retiring in 1999 from Sealright as a packer. Post retirement Mrs. Grosvent worked as a lunch lady and door monitor with the Fulton Consolidated School System/Granby Elementary. She was a past member of the Catholic Daughters. Mrs. Grosvent enjoyed volunteering with the Board of Elections. She was the United Way Chairman for 10 years, and worked as the snack bar hostess on weekends at Oswego Hospital. She enjoyed being an active grandmother, visiting the casinos, and spending time with her best companion Aunt Anne Lalik. Mrs. Grosvent was pre-deceased by her husband Richard B. Grosvent, and siblings Patricia Elkin, Anthony, and Frank Clavelli. She is survived by her son Rick (Candida) Grosvent of Fulton, brother Dominic (Rita) Clavelli of Oswego, sister Mary Jane (John) McGraw of Fulton, 5 grandchildren: Joshua (Lindsay,) Grosvent, Joseph (Amber Bartow) Grosvent, Trevor, Christopher, and Marguerite Grosvent, and great grandchild: Lena Grosvent. Funeral Services will be held 9:00 AM Friday in the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., with Rev. Robert Stephenson officiating. Burial will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Fulton. Calling hours will be conducted 4:00 t0 7:00 PM Thursday at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. 2nd St. Fulton.

2 thoughts on “Connie Grosvent

  1. I was saddened to read of Connie’s passing.

    I worked with Connie and Richard for many years at Sealright and always enjoyed chatting with both of them. Connie and Richard were nice people, excellent employees and good friends to all who knew them.

    My sympathy to Connie’s family.

    Doug Stay

  2. SHE WILL BE MISSED A LOT SHE WAS MY SONS MATTHEW FAY’S LUNCH MONTIER AT GRANBY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. HE REALLY LIKED HER A LOT . MAY SHE REST IN PEACE NOW.

    MY SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILY
    LYNETTE LAPAGE

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