Myrtle Candy Murray | The Altamont Enterprise
ALTAMONT – Myrtle Candy Murray, dedicated to her household, died peacefully on Wednesday, March 17, 2021. She was a longtime resident of Altamont together with her late husband, Owen Murray. He’s 94.
She was born Myrtle Margaret Candy on Could 26, 1926 in Chateaugay, New York, daughter of the late Merle Candy and Frances Arno Candy. He grew up in Chateaugay and graduated in 1944 from Chateaugay Excessive College.
He met and married his first spouse, Laurin Earl Coach, simply outdoors of highschool. Mr. Coach died in a automobile accident in 1949. She labored on the Chateaugay Put up Workplace for a few years whereas she was a single mom to her two sons and remained near her sister -in -law Helen Coach Sprague, who went on to a beloved member of his household.
She married Owen Murray in March 1955 in Chateaugay, they usually nonetheless have two kids. In 1960, they moved to the Clarence Heart close to Buffalo, New York. Whereas there, he labored as a homemaker. She sewed, braided rags, gardened, and canned and stored her revenue. He additionally offered Avon and he was excited to avoid wasting sufficient from there to purchase his first dishwasher.
In 1969, the Murrays moved to Altamont the place they lived the remainder of their lives, changing into a part of the group. They attended Altamont Reformed Church. When his kids have been older, he started working on the New York State Division of Taxation and Finance, retiring in 1994. Through the retirement years, Owen and Myrt Muray succeeded in Florida together with his three siblings and their wives for a few years.
“She has stayed shapely her complete life, strolling lengthy distances within the neighborhood, and taking part in train lessons,” her household wrote in a tribute. “Myrtle has all the time cherished music, artwork, and flowers. He performed ukelin, cello, and piano. He sang with Suburban Sounds for a few years.
“She enjoys oil portray. She grows greens and flowers, and you will discover freshly minimize flowers on her kitchen desk. Lately, she has taken up quilting, gluing and quilting multiple. dozen quilts.
“She cooked scrumptious pies and rolls, made selfmade applesauce, and there was nothing extra satisfying than cooking dinner for the entire household. Myrtle was all the time targeted on her household and family members.”
Myrtle Candy Murray is survived by her kids Laurin Coach and Mark Murray and her accomplice Jennifer Krasney, all of Altamont, and her daughter Kim Bessette, and husband Tom, of Delmar.
She can be survived by her daughter -in -law, Carol Coach of Spencerport and Cindy Creasy of Duanesburg; by his sister, Mercedes Mild, and his spouse, Bob, of Morrisonville, New York; and of her siblings, Reggie Candy, Judy Nelson, and Lee Candy.
His wives, Laurin Earl Coach and Owen Murray, died earlier than him, as did his eldest son Don Coach; his brother Alfred “Sonny” Candy; and his sisters, Gertrude Adams and Deed O’Neill.
As well as, he’s survived by his grandchildren, Jason Coach and his spouse, Marie, and their kids: Mya, Seth, and Breah; Britt Elliot and her husband, Hector, and their kids: Elizabeth and Sasha; Elena Murray and Connor Murray, and Jenna Bessette, in addition to many nieces and nephews.
No native service. The household will maintain a funeral service in Chateaugay a while in the summertime.
Memorial contributions could also be made on the Altamont Group Meals Pantry, Put up Workplace Field 678, Altamont, NY 12009.