Fannie Dudley Timmerman, 95, formerly of Church Street died Tuesday morning at United Helpers, Ogdensburg where she had been a resident for 5 years.
Born September 1, 1915 in the town of Antwerp, daughter of William and Minnie Giltz Dudley. She graduated from Theresa High School in 1931 and later married Gerald Timmerman August 19, 1932 in Theresa. Mr. Timmerman died February 14, 1987.
From 1950 to 1970 Mrs. Timmerman was Executive Secretary for Assemblyman Orin Wilcox in Albany, NY. After retirement she wintered in McAllen, TX and summered on Wellesley Island, NY. In 1988 she moved back to Theresa, NY.
Mrs. Timmerman was a member of the Theresa Presbyterian Church and the Theresa Order of the Eastern Star. She also was an avid square dancer and was a member of many clubs in Texas.
Survivors include one son and his wife, Glenn and Phyllis, Wellesley Island and Ft. Myers, FL; one grandson and his wife, Gregory and Joan, Charles Town, WV; one step granddaughter, Sallie Richardson; one step grandson Lloyd Richardson; one great-grandson and his wife, Geoffrey and Camille Timmerman, MD; one step great-grandson, Claudio Zaffarese; two step great-granddaughters, Lara and Macy Richardson; two great-great-grandchildren, Keara and Grant Timmerman; and one sister, Ellen Meeks, Ogdensburg.
She was predeceased by her husband, Gerald; one sister in infancy; and one brother, Wesley Dudley.
A memorial service will be in the spring. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, Theresa. Arrangements are with Frederick Bros. Funeral Home, Inc., Theresa.
Donations may be made in her name to United Helpers, Ogdensburg or the Theresa Presbyterian Church.
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