Obituaries

Edith H. Conable

December 17, 1927 - May 29, 2019

Age 91, of Warsaw, passed away on May 29, 2019 at the Wyoming County Nursing Facility in Warsaw.

She was born December 17, 1927 in Wyoming, NY, daughter of the late Arthur and Marguerite Mortimer Henderson. Edith was an avid bridge player and belonged to several area bridge clubs. She was also a longtime member of the Warsaw Garden Club.

Edith was predeceased by her husband, the Honorable John S. Conable who died in 2010.

Surviving are her daughters, Margaret (Kevin Crandell) Conable of Denver, Colo., Mary (Norm Gayford) Conable of Warsaw; her grandchildren, Meredith Crandell of New York City, Kristen (Tom Brekke) Crandell of Wales, United Kingdom, Brian Crandell of Denver, Colo., Margaret Gayford of New York City, Ian (Samantha Strathearn) Gayford of Warsaw; great grandchild, Elowen Gayford; several nieces and nephews. She was the sister of the late William Henderson and Raymond Henderson.

There are no calling hours. Services will be private. Memorials in Edith’s memory may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice.

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Jun 11.19 from Coleen Kelly-Weierheiser:
I was so glad when I saw Edie was down at SNF and so surprised to see her there. I enjoyed being able to spend the time that I did with her since I am there so often. Was very saddened to hear of her passing, she still called me by name every time I sat and spoke with her. She will be missed, I loved both your parents like family. Very sorry for your loss ♥

Jun 7.19 from Cindy and Gary Appleton:
Mary, Norm and family~
Our sincere sympathy on your sad loss. We will keep you all in our prayers.

Jun 7.19 from Mike Blanc:
Mary, my condolences to you and your family on the loss of your mother. May she rest in peace.

Jun 6.19 from Bud &Sandra Hoffmeister:
Mary, so sorry to hear of Edys passing
Always enjoyed helping Edy around the yard
And enjoyed talking with the Judge.
Bud Hoffmeister

Jun 6.19 from Douglas & Darla Kelly:
Margaret, Mary and your families. It was an honor to have known your mother and been part of light hearted relationship between her, your dad and their car. It was always a joy to have them come to the garage. I had a nice conversation with her several years back at a music job and party she attended on the DeGolyer Farm. We know how much she will be missed and will think of her every time we cruise up Liberty Street.