Pauline A Worden
Owned and Operated Farms
Sandy Creek- Pauline A Worden, 81, formerly of 117 Scott Road, died Monday at the home of her granddaughter Pauline [Paulyn] Eastman, 9721 County Route 79, Woodville, where she had lived since October 2000.
Mrs Worden and her husband Charles F, owned and operated several dairy farms in Northern New York.
Born Aug 20, 1920, in the town of Orleans, she was a daughter of Roy and Mabel Rose Proven.
She married Charles F Worden on March 11, 1938, at Stone Mills. They operated a painting business in Novato, Calif, and moved to Sandy Creek in 1945. Mr Worden died May 7, 2000.
Surviving besides her granddaughter are two sons, Richard, Sandy Creek, and Delbert, Klamath Falls, Ore; five sisters, Eileen Mitchell, Syracuse, Ruth Kelsey, LaFargeville, Shirley Schell, Watertown, Marjorie Salisbury, Evans Mills, and Gladys Moss, Redwood; five brothers, Myrall Proven, Redwood, Walter Proven, Hammond, Lawrence Proven, LaFargeville, Glenn Proven, Florida, and Robert Proven, Theresa; seven other grandchildren; 14 great- grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
The funeral will be at 11 am Saturday at Summerville Funeral Home with the Rev Wayne Grow, pastor of Sandy Creek United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.
There are no calling hours.
Donations may be made to Hospice of Jefferson County, 425 Washington St, Watertown, NY 13601.
Transcribed from 27 Dec 2001, Watertown Daily Times, Jefferson County, New York.