Harry N. Ellis, 73, of Co. Rt. 3, passed away, Friday, April 26, 2019 at Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center, Ogdensburg, NY.
Born on September 17, 1945 in Philadelphia, NY, he was a son of James F. and Dorothy M. Diehl Ellis. He attended local schools.
Harry married Minnie Savage on July 26, 1966 and she passed away June 6, 1997. Then he married Betty Jo Savage on January 9, 1999 in Redwood, NY.
He worked as a farmhand for Ronald Cole Farm, Redwood, NY and Norris Handschuh Farm, Redwood, NY. He also worked at the Oscar Mayer Plant in CA, for a time. He retired due to ill health and had been a patient at the Agarwal Renal Center in Ogdensburg, NY since 2005.
Harry enjoyed search a word games, playing cards, boardgames, hunting, fishing, being in the outdoors, having coffee with the neighbors and he was an avid reader of James Patterson novels.
Survivors include his wife of 20 years, Betty Jo; a daughter and son-in-law, Regina R. and Harold Brow, Watertown, NY; two grandchildren, Ava Rose Brow and Nathan Keith Brow; a sister, Shirley Stephens, Watertown, NY; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
His parents, his first wife, Minnie, two brothers, James F. Ellis, Jr. and Charles F. Ellis, and a sister, Joyce Taylor, all died previously.
There will be no funeral or calling hours. Arrangements are with Frederick Bros. Funeral Home, Theresa, NY.
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