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Bishop and Johnson Funeral Home Inc

285 Main Street
Hornell, NY 14843
(607) 324-2700
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William Pinch

Saturday, April 08, 2017

William Wallace Pinch was born in Hornell, NY on August 15th, 1940 and passed away in Tucson, AZ on April 1st, 2017 at the age of 76. He was a world renowned mineralogist, loving husband, father, and grandfather. He is survived by wife Jacquelyn, daughter Megan, son Michael(Karina), and granddaughter Elise. Pinch was a larger than life collector of many of the earth’s rarities including not only minerals but also gems, fossils, and shells, botanicals and rare books. He was a world renowned expert discovering new species and assisting with the description of heretofore unknown and rare minerals, a generous lecturer and teacher, a co-founder of the Rochester Mineralogical Symposium, and a prolific contributor to mineralogical literature. He was admired and respected by many professors, many curators worldwide, scores of internationally renowned collectors, and loved by hundreds of children who have received tours and starter mineral collections from him. He was self taught in his knowledge of minerals. His contrib...

Insurance executive Robert J. Rink dies at 83 - Hornell Evening Tribune

Monday, October 03, 2016

NORTH HORNELL — Robert J. “Bob” Rink, 83, of 457 Seneca Road, North Hornell, died unexpectedly Saturday afternoon (Oct. 1, 2016) at St. James Mercy Hospital, after being stricken at home.Born in Hornell on March 18, 1933, he was the son of Frank and Mary (Burns) Rink.Bob resided in Bradford, Pa., in his early years and was raised by his grandmother, Anna Burns, following the death of his mother. He returned to Hornell at the age of seven to live with his father and family.He was a graduate of Hornell High School (class of 1951). Following graduation from high school, Bob enlisted in the U.S. Army and served his country from 1953-1955. After being honorably discharged from the Army, Bob enrolled at St. Bonaventure University and then graduated from Alfred University where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration in 1960.Bob resided in California for approximately two years and was employed as a broker for E.F. Hutton. He returned to Hornell and worked as a stock broker for L...

Edward P. Caraccioli, 84 - Oswego Daily News

Monday, July 25, 2016

Jack and Olivia; three great-grandsons, Kory, Gavin and Hunter; as well as several nieces and nephews.His teaching and administrative work took his family and him to live in Baldwinsville and Hornell, NY, prior to settling back in Oswego for the rest of his professional life and retirement.In addition to his work in education, he was a civic leader having been a long-standing member of the Oswego Rotary Club, serving as its past president and receiving a Paul Harris Fellow for his outstanding service.Much of his life was guided by Rotary’s Four Way Test: Is it the Truth? Is it Fair to all concerned? Will it build Goodwill and Friendship? Will it be Beneficial to all concerned?One of his most enduring contributions to the community was his founding of the Top 100 Award, annually honoring the top 25 high school students from each class who earned the highest grade point averages.Mr. Caraccioli was a lifelong parishioner of St. Mary’s Church, serving as a lecturer and Eucharistic Minister.He was past president of the SUNY-Oswego Alumni Association.His life-long love of baseball moved him to serve as an umpire for many years with Oswego Little League.He was an avid supporter of any activities involving his children.Noted as being fair but tough, as well as principled with a sense of humor, Ed had a thirst for knowledge and love of reading, music and his family – especially his beloved wife, Barbara.He left his mark on the world in many different ways and will be remembered, loved and missed by all.Calling hours will be held on Thursday, July 28, from 4-7 p.m. at Dowdle Funeral Home, at 154 E. Fourth St., Oswego.Funeral services will take place at St. Mary’s Church on Friday, July 29, at 9 a.m. and burial services will follow at St. Peter’s Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider making a donation to St. Mary’s Church, 103 W. Seventh St., Oswego, NY, 13126, or Oswego Hospital, 110 W. Sixth St., Oswego, NY, 13126.Share this:...

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William Pinch

Saturday, April 08, 2017

William Wallace Pinch was born in Hornell, NY on August 15th, 1940 and passed away in Tucson, AZ on April 1st, 2017 at the age of 76. He was a world renowned mineralogist, loving husband, father, and grandfather. He is survived by wife Jacquelyn, daughter Megan, son Michael(Karina), and granddaughter Elise. Pinch was a larger than life collector of many of the earth’s rarities including not only minerals but also gems, fossils, and shells, botanicals and rare books. He was a world renowned expert discovering new species and assisting with the description of heretofore unknown and rare minerals, a generous lecturer and teacher, a co-founder of the Rochester Mineralogical Symposium, and a prolific contributor to mineralogical literature. He was admired and respected by many professors, many curators worldwide, scores of internationally renowned collectors, and loved by hundreds of children who have received tours and starter mineral collections from him. He was self taught in his knowledge of minerals. His contrib...

Insurance executive Robert J. Rink dies at 83 - Hornell Evening Tribune

Monday, October 03, 2016

NORTH HORNELL — Robert J. “Bob” Rink, 83, of 457 Seneca Road, North Hornell, died unexpectedly Saturday afternoon (Oct. 1, 2016) at St. James Mercy Hospital, after being stricken at home.Born in Hornell on March 18, 1933, he was the son of Frank and Mary (Burns) Rink.Bob resided in Bradford, Pa., in his early years and was raised by his grandmother, Anna Burns, following the death of his mother. He returned to Hornell at the age of seven to live with his father and family.He was a graduate of Hornell High School (class of 1951). Following graduation from high school, Bob enlisted in the U.S. Army and served his country from 1953-1955. After being honorably discharged from the Army, Bob enrolled at St. Bonaventure University and then graduated from Alfred University where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration in 1960.Bob resided in California for approximately two years and was employed as a broker for E.F. Hutton. He returned to Hornell and worked as a stock broker for L...

Edward P. Caraccioli, 84 - Oswego Daily News

Monday, July 25, 2016

Jack and Olivia; three great-grandsons, Kory, Gavin and Hunter; as well as several nieces and nephews.His teaching and administrative work took his family and him to live in Baldwinsville and Hornell, NY, prior to settling back in Oswego for the rest of his professional life and retirement.In addition to his work in education, he was a civic leader having been a long-standing member of the Oswego Rotary Club, serving as its past president and receiving a Paul Harris Fellow for his outstanding service.Much of his life was guided by Rotary’s Four Way Test: Is it the Truth? Is it Fair to all concerned? Will it build Goodwill and Friendship? Will it be Beneficial to all concerned?One of his most enduring contributions to the community was his founding of the Top 100 Award, annually honoring the top 25 high school students from each class who earned the highest grade point averages.Mr. Caraccioli was a lifelong parishioner of St. Mary’s Church, serving as a lecturer and Eucharistic Minister.He was past president of the SUNY-Oswego Alumni Association.His life-long love of baseball moved him to serve as an umpire for many years with Oswego Little League.He was an avid supporter of any activities involving his children.Noted as being fair but tough, as well as principled with a sense of humor, Ed had a thirst for knowledge and love of reading, music and his family – especially his beloved wife, Barbara.He left his mark on the world in many different ways and will be remembered, loved and missed by all.Calling hours will be held on Thursday, July 28, from 4-7 p.m. at Dowdle Funeral Home, at 154 E. Fourth St., Oswego.Funeral services will take place at St. Mary’s Church on Friday, July 29, at 9 a.m. and burial services will follow at St. Peter’s Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider making a donation to St. Mary’s Church, 103 W. Seventh St., Oswego, NY, 13126, or Oswego Hospital, 110 W. Sixth St., Oswego, NY, 13126.Share this:...