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TOM ALBEE WAS SURVIVED BY 4 CHILDREN
Christine (Aiken,SC) 3 daughters and 2 special strep-sons:
Michelle (Steve) and 3 children - Joshua, Kyle, and Matthew
Ricki-Anne and 5 children - Kasiana, Tanayla, Willie Jr., Faith & Hope
Shawn (Pat) and their children and grandchildren
Jesse (Dawn) and their children and grandchild
Karen (Rich), (Oak Island,NC) 2 daughters:
Eranne (Glen) and 2 sons - Aidan and Liam
Callie (James) and 1 daughter - Zoey and 2 stepsons - Peyton and Carter
Kathleen, (Conklin,NY) 2 sons:
James (Kristen) and 4 children - Javon, Jose, Ava and Adyn
Jaret (Heather) and 5 children - Neyamya, Mataya, Samira, Aaliyah, and Mason
As well as her fiance, Ben, and his daughter - Elizabeth, and his sons - Benjamin (Misty), Dario(Erin}, and Carlos(Larissa) - along with several grand and great-grandchildren
Clara Jean Albee Johnson sister (Oneida,NY), along with numerous nieces and nephews
Keith Albee, Roger Albee, Dorothy Albee Drumm cousins, along with nieces and nephews (Hale Eddy, NY)
Predeceased by his parents George T. Albee and Lauretta Elizabeth Shakespeare Albee, wives Anna Mae
Johnson Albee and Carol M. McAuslan Albee and a son R. Thomas Albee.
Tom was born in Johnson City, NY in 1922. Graduated from Binghamton Central, Oswego State Teacher’s College, BS, Syracuse University, MA, CAS. He was an Industrial Arts teacher in several locations; vice principal; principal; assistant superintendent; educational equipment consultant; assistant facilities planning coordination at Upstate Medical Center. He retired in 1985.
Tom was a U.S. Army Veteran of WWII and received the Purple Heart from the Battle of the Bulge. He was a member of the American Legion, VFW, DAV, NYSUT, UUP, NRA, and ACU.
He was a former member of the First Presbyterian Church in Johnson City and Northminster Presbyterian Church in Endwell.
Tom was on the planning board for the Town of Albion. In earlier years, he was very involved in the Boy Scouts. He was an avid camper and hunter. He enjoyed both roller and ice skating along with cross country skiing. He traveled extensively throughout the United States.
One of his greatest pleasures was spending time with his children and grandchildren He was loved and will be greatly missed.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Anna Mae Johnson Albee,’42, Memorial Scholarship Fund, at The Oswego College Foundation, Inc., 215 Sheldon Hall, Oswego, NY 13126, email - develop@Oswego.Edu. Since the inception of the scholarship, numerous students in the field of education have benefited.
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