Obituary of Edward (Elbe) LaBarge
The Saratogian, Saratoga Springs, NY
August 5-6, 1956

Death Notice:

LABARGE-Stillwater, Edward LaBarge, So. Hudson Ave. died Friday following a short illness. Husband of Bertha Surprenant LaBarge, father of Mrs. John I Carpenter, Mrs. Lester Moll, Mary Paula LaBarge, Robert LaBarge, Stillwater, Mrs. Thomas Roberts, Saratoga Springs, and Leonard LaBarge Mechanicville, brother of Mrs. Albina LaMore, Mrs. Ann Steele Troy, Mrs. Bernedette Duchanne, Cresent, Claude LaBarge, Round Lake and Edmund LaBarge, Clifton Park, grandfather of John, Charles and William Carpenter, Mary Kathleen Roberts and Michele LaBarge, Nieces and nephews also survive.

Funeral services Monday at 9 a.m. at the residence and at 9:30 from St Peter's Church. Interment in St. Peter's Cemetery, Stillwater. Funeral arrangements are in charge of J. Dwight Dunn, Mechanicville.

Obituary:

Eddie LaBarge Stillwater- The funeral of Eddie LaBarge was held yesterday at St.Peter's Church where the Requiem High Mass was celebrated by the Rev. Charles A. Gaffigan pastor. The members of the St. Peter's Junior Choir sang the responses to the Mass and Mrs. Edward Finigan Jr. was the organist. Burial was in St. Peter's Cemetarey where the Rev. Augustine Surprenant officiated.

Military services at the grave were conducted by Earl J. Manning Post, American Legion with the color guard consisting of Cyrill Whalen, Kenneth Coons and Raymond Britt. The firing squad from the AC & W Squadron at the Ketchum's Corners Air Force base was in charge of A1-C Alfred Broncs with the following taking part A3-C Dallas Herring, A3-C Adam Yankowy, Al-C Joseph D. Amato, A 3-C Christian McWilliams, A3-C John A. Lawrence and A2-C Eugene Hammond.

Bearers were Phillip Fargnoli, Albert Bisson, Robert Mc Clements, Christopher Sgatnbati, Phillip Whalen, Charles Baker and Earl Coffey.

Father Gaffigan and the Holy Name Society of St. Peter's Church visited the home Sunday afternoon for the recitation of the Rosary, and the members of Earl J Maiming Post and the auxiliary conducted services at the home Sunday night.

Submitted by Denise LaBarge Rogner.


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