Vance Albertson

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Schuylerville, NY Vance D. Albertson 68 Vance died on Saturday, April 21, 2018. He was born in Albany, NY. He was the son of the late Noel and Dorothy Albertson. Vance started working for Upstate Auto Body Works in 1992. He had recently retired as Manager. Vance was a Licensed Auto Body Appraiser. Vance held a Private Pilot License. Survivors include his wife Brenda Porter Albertson, his sister Elaine (Jack) Buege of Belmont, MI, his brother Wayne (Fern) Albertson of Richfield, MN, his sister in laws, Louise (James) Warrington of Gansevoort, Melanie Harvey and her friend Keith Lorenzen of Myrtle Beach, SC, his brother in laws Stewart (Colleen) Porter of North Creek, NY, Rodney (Janis) Porter of Glens Falls, Jeffery Porter of Baldwinsville, NY, Walter Porter of North Creek, NY, Several nieces and nephews. The family suggests memorial contributions in Vance's name be made to The Community Hospice, Foundation And Central Offices, 295 Valley View Blvd., Rensselaer, NY 12144 Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, 3 Oakland Avenue, Menands, NY 12204, Quaker Springs Fire Dept. P.O. Box 67, Schuylerville, NY 12871. Arrangements by Wilton Funeral Home Send a condolence, light a candle visit us at
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1949 - 2018

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