Pauline LaPage

April 29, 2012

Pauline LaPage, 85; of Hannibal died Sunday at Michaud Residential Health Services, Fulton after a long illness. She was born in Potsdam, NY to the late Pearl (Parry) and Frank Deon. Mrs. LaPage has been a resident of Hannibal, NY for most of her life. She was a waitress for several years working at Grandma and Grandpa’s, Fulton and Mimi’s, Fulton. She was a past member of TOPS, and the Moose Auxiliary. Mrs. LaPage was pre-deceased by her husband Perry LaPage, and 2 sons: William and Larry LaPage. She is survived by 7 children: Phyllis Smith of Fulton, Mary Keller, Cathie Burch and Bonnie Duke all of NC, Perry LaPage of Hannibal, Jerry LaPage of NC, and George LaPage of Hannibal, 3 siblings: Pearl Fleubacker of Winthrop, NY, Charles Deon of CT, and Douglas Deon of Potsdam, NY, 257 grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held 9:00 AM Thursday at Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., with Rev. Jeffrey Knox officiating. Burial will be in Hannibal Cemetery, Hannibal, NY. Calling hours will be conducted 4:00 to 7:00 PM Wednesday at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. 2nd St. S. Fulton

3 thoughts on “Pauline LaPage

  1. You were the angel of my life, now you are the angel of God. I have great memories in my heart for the rest of my life. No one can take them from me. Enjoy your love ones in heaven, they all are waiting and prepared for you. God takes the best, but you are more than the best in my eyes. Will miss your smile, you are the best MOTHER-IN LAW anyone can have. We will meet again, GOOD-BYE mom. ”I LOVE YOU”

  2. Grandma was the most special person I have ever known, she always seemed to be in a good mood and never had a bad word to say about anyone.
    Growing up going to see grandma was my favorite thing to do, she was always so happy to see us and ready with lots of hugs and kisses and of course food you never went hungry at grandma’s she was always feeding us something and everything always tasted better at her house.
    She was someone you could tell anything too and never have to worry about being judged. Her love for us all was unconditional and each and every one of us loved her with all our hearts and we will all feel her loss until we join her again.
    I am very thankful for the years that I had with her and that she was able to meet my children and they have memories of her also.
    I know she is with the angels now watching over us all.
    RIP Grandma you will always be loved and never forgotten kiss and huh my Dad for me

  3. I miss your smile, Grandma. I make my brownies with chocolate chips on top, too…thank you for that. Oh, what I would give to have one of your chocolate chip muffins again. Love you bunches!

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