CASTORLAND, N.Y. --
Ivah M. Sabo, 92, of
Karcher Estates, Castorland, formerly of the Deer River
Road, Carthage, was pronounced dead on arrival at the Lewis
County General Hospital, Friday evening, June 9, 2006,
after being stricken at her residence.
Mrs. Sabo was born in Town of Denmark on April 27, 1914 the
daughter of the late Augustus and the late Julia Stoffel
Schantz. She attended rural schools and
graduated from Lowville Academy. She later attended teachers
training in Lowville. She received her bachelors degree from
Potsdam College in 1959. She worked at Climax MFG. From 1933
She married Gustave N. Sauter on October 10, 1940 at the
home of Rev. Griswold in the Town of Demark. He died
on September 15, 1960. She then married Joseph Sabo on July
2, 1964. He died on May 8, 1980. She taught school in Cobb
Creek, New Bremen, Deer River and 3rd Grade at West Carthage
Elementary. She taught for a total of 36 years.
She loved to travel, having traveled to Germany and Alaska
three times, Hawaii once, and went on two cruises.
Mrs. Sabo was a clerk and member of the Castorland
Baptist Church and member of the Gleaners Women's
Church Group. She was a memebr of the Denmark Grange for 70
years, Retired NYS Teachers Assoc., Castorland Union
Cemetery Assoc., Castorland American Legion Aux. and the
Lewis County General Hospital Aux.
She leaves, one sister and brother-in-law, Lucille A. and
Donald Sauter of Lowville, NY, two nephews William Lacy and
Alan Sauter and two nieces, Donna Lou Booth and Kay Laribee.
She is predeceased by two sisters, Ione S. Couch and Edith
Lacy and a foster sister, Ann Unger.
Her Funeral will be held on Monday at 2:00 p.m. at
Castorland Baptist Church, with the Rev. Terry Nichols,
Pastor and the Rev. Andrew R. Mulvaney, Pastor of St.
Paulís Church, Black River, officiating. Burial will
follow in Castorland Union Cemetery. Family and
friends may call at the Castorland Baptist Church on Monday
from 12 to 2 p.m. Arrangements are with the Bezanilla-McGraw
Funeral Home, Carthage.
Contributions in her memory may be made to Castorland
Baptist Church or to the Castorland Union Cemetery.
Information provided by
Bezanilla-McGraw Funeral Home of Carthage and Newzjunky.com.