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The family business was founded in 1941 by his father, Lester Smalley. A funeral service celebrating his life will be held at the funeral home on Wednesday at 10 a.m., followed by burial at Hillside Cemetery in Dundee. Smalley (David Atwood) of Rochester, Chris (Michelle) Smalley of Bethalto, IL, Jerrie (Steven) Pond of Pulteney, NY, Travis Bentley of Dundee, Patrick (Randi) Smalley of Hemlock, and Trevor Bentley of Reading Center; brothers and sister, Robert Smalley of Beaver Dams, Michael (Ida) Smalley of Rock Stream, and Kathy Lynn (Sam) Ector of Watkins Glen; eight grandchildren and one great grandson.Tom continued the tradition of the business as owner and operator in 1987; it just celebrated its 76th anniversary. Tom was predeceased by his parents, Nathan “Lester” and Florence Smalley; and brother and sisters, Gene Smalley, Sharon Bingell and Valnetta Crissinger. Memorial donations may be made to the International Motor Racing Research Center, 610 S. You may express condolences or “Light a Candle of Remembrance” online at Age 72, of Watkins Glen, NY passed away at home on December 12, 2017. On return to the States, he was active in the Army Reserves.Fay was adored by his children, Julie Faye (James) O’Brien, Valerie Jane (Michael) Moore, and Raymond Martin (Lisa) Combs; ten grandchildren, Jessica (Gerlando) Purpura, Stephanie (Jay) Parente, Michelle (Nick) Huber, Alicia (Cole) Bubb, Krista (Eric) Brunner, Lindsy (Patrick) Hyer, Bradley (Nadia) Combs, Matthew (Brittany) Combs, Steven (Sarah) Combs, and Deanne (David) Housenecht; 15 great grandchildren, Salvatore, Michael, Sofia, Luca, Mason, Morgan, Evan, Collin, Raelynn, Patrick, Valor, Clive, Timothy, Giovanni, and Anthony; nephews, Kevin (Cindy) Finch and Terry Call; and many other nieces and nephews.He was predeceased by his youngest son, James Dean Combs, on September 12, 2017.He was saddened when disease and hospitalization cancelled last July’s event. A gathering to celebrate Wayne’s life will be held on Wednesday, December 20 from 6 to 8 p.m.In addition to his parents, Wayne was predeceased by his brother, Harry C. at the Haughey-Wood Funeral Home, 119 5th St., Watkins Glen.Fay was an orphan from the age of 6, and was raised by his grandparents, Jesse and Jenny Stewart, to the age of 16.After the passing of his grandmother, he was fortunate to live with Levi and Vera Skinner to finish high school. They were wonderful to Fay and considered him a son since they never had children. (Aaron) Gerow of Painted Post, and Colleen Collins; brothers, William S. Thompson of Montour Falls; in-laws, Clara Hargraves and Donald W.
It was on the farm and in his workshop that he spent the remainder of his days.
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Age 65, of Burdett, NY passed away after a prolonged illness on Wednesday December 13, 2017.
For 40 years, Tom was known throughout the dirt track racing community as the “00.” He was a winner of multiple track championships, inspiring race fans both young and old. Wayne was born on August 17, 1945 in New Brunswick, NJ, the son of the late Myrtle Voorhees Smith and Harry D. After graduating from Washington High School in Washington, NJ, Wayne joined the U. Later he was employed by SI Handling Systems in Easton, PA. and Canada as well as some worldwide installations.
The family will receive friends and relatives on Tuesday, Dec. While there, he worked as an Installation Field Superintendent of various automated systems. After many years of travel and time away from family, Wayne decided to pursue another dream and the family purchased their current farm in Watkins Glen.