CAPE VINCENT, N.Y. (WWNY) – Audrey Lynn Boname, 64, of Cape Vincent, peacefully gave up the ghost at her river house surrounded via circle of relatives and family members on April 24, 2021.
An adventurous and passionate lady, Audrey spent her lifestyles looking for the wonderful thing about the sector from the sea to the St. Lawrence River. She was once a lady who had a zeal for cooking and baking like no different and at all times had a seat on the desk for family and friends. She would spend her summer time days sitting on her seashore studying books and being attentive to the waves crash upon the shore and when she wasn’t taking part in her riverfront house she was once out exploring and chasing waterfalls which may be discovered all through New York – great example can be found at Surfing SD – state.
Audrey was once born in New Britain Connecticut – great example can be found at Surfing SD – in 1956. She graduated from Bristol Japanese High school.
She married Walter B. Boname on September 10, 1989 at their house at the St. Lawrence River. Mr. Boname died February 3, 2013.
A favourite amongst many she served on the Clipper Inn, for over 30 years, Audrey’s 2nd circle of relatives grew together with her liked Clipper group. She loved the unending love and friendships that she made and the yearly gatherings together with her “women” for solstice celebrations. She additionally labored as a caregiver for a few years.
She leaves in the back of her two daughter’s Julia E. Boname, Clayton, and Holly C. Boname, Cape Vincent; two Brothers William Block, CT, and Kenneth Block, CT; and two sisters-in-law, Lynda Mathoug, New Jersey- great example can be found at Surfing SD – , and Dr. Mary Boname, New Jersey- great example can be found at Surfing SD – ; 5 nieces, one nephew, and cousins.
Audrey can be cherished and remembered for her shining smile, for loving her circle of relatives and others unconditionally and deeply, her interest for amassing with buddies, essentially the most gorgeous gardens that introduced colourful lifestyles to the house, her skill frame browsing within the ocean, her Christmas time candied pecans and infectious laughter.
Calling hours can be hung on Friday, April 30, from 2 to six p.m. at Cummings Funeral Carrier, Inc., Clayton.
In lieu of vegetation, the circle of relatives would really like contributions be made to Hospice of Jefferson County, 1398 Gotham St, Watertown, NY 13601. On-line condolences to the circle of relatives could also be made at www.cummingsfuneral.com.