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Robert (Bobby) Eugene Kenneally, 47 of Tannersville, NY died early morning on May 28,2011 at Albany Medical Center, after a motorcycle accident.

Bobby was born on March.13,1964 to Robert Kenneally (deceased) and Janeen Shoemaker. Bobby was the Sgt. at Arms of the Freedom First Motorcycle Club out of West Hurley, NY.



He is survived by Mother Janeen, siblings Willie, Manny, Charlene, Doug, and Kimberly And his children; Elizabeth, Emily, Anna, and Manny.

 

 

Gary P. Meyers

 
February 4, 2012


  
Gary P. Myers, 67, of Kingston, passed away peacefully at home.

He was born October 26th , 1944 in Seattle, WA to the late Ralph and GenevaMyers. He grew up in Lyons and Great Bend, Kansas, until he moved to Arkansas. He proudly considered himself to be and Arkansan. He moved to Kingston and married his loving wife of 12 years, Barbara Graff.

Gary was a U.S. Army veteran and served two tours in Vietnam. After his honorable discharge he was a professional bull rider for eight years. He later drove a tractor trailer and managed three departments for  J.B. HuntTrucking in Arkansas. After moving to New York, Gary worked for Gateway Industries, became a licensed real estate salesman and started a home repair company which later developed into property rehabilitation business. He retired following a motorcycle accident that left him amputee in 2006.

   In his retirement Gary served as an Ombudsman for the New York State Office of the Aging, where in 2010 he received an award for OutstandingDedication. Gary helped found the Mid Hudson Limb Loss Support Group where he volunteered as a peer visitor. He was a member of the Resource Center for Accessible Living's Board of Trustees and also a member of ABATE and Freedom First motorcycle clubs where he served as legislative chairman and as chapter representative to the State Board also had his truck specially modified with a lift that could rescue Broken down Motorcycles  and usually followed Bike runs to make sure no one was stranded. He loved to design and create wood projects in his workshopand many of his friends were fortunate recipients of his efforts.

In addition to his wife he is survived by his step children, Michael Graff and his wife Sharon of Cottekill and Thomas Graff of Kingston, as well as his dear friends Garry Ward and Eugene and Carmela DeCamillis. He is also survived by his devoted cats; Joey and Wendy, and his dog Lady.
 
 

 

 













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