Bernard Doescher

Bernard W. Doescher

1929 - 2009

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Town of Wilton, NY. Bernard "Bunny" Doescher 79 Bunny died on Friday April 10, 2009 surrounded by his loving Family He was born June 28, 1929. he was the son of the late Merritt and Elizabeth Furlong Doescher Bunny was an administrative assistant for General Electric Company, Kesselring Site in West Milton He served as a corporal in the U.S. Army during the Korean conflict Bunny was a member of the Society of American Baseball Researchers Bunny or "Red" as he was called by his friends at work was Special in so many ways. He was well read on a variety of subjects. His knowledge of baseball, horse racing, movies and jazz as well as his memory were second to none. He loved Saratoga in August. He could entertain with his keen sense of humor or his great skill on the piano. He greatly loved watching his grandchildren grow up. He was a joy to be around and will be missed by his friends and family. He was predeceased by his brother George Doescher and his daughter Louise Lauro who died on October 19, 2008 Survivors include his wife of 58 years Kathleen Dillon Doescher of Wilton; his sons Matthew Doescher(Wendy) of Wilton; Bernard Doescher(Sandy) of Wilton; Paul Doescher(Karen) of Clifton Park, NY and a daughter Ann Gardner(Patrick) of Fulton, NY. Eight Grandchildren and two great grandchildren Services will be on Wednesday April 15, 2009 at 9:00AM at Wilton Funeral Home, 395 Ballard Road, Wilton Burial will follow at Saratoga National Cemetery Calling Hours will be on Tuesday April 14, 2009 from 4:00PM To 8:00PM at Wilton Funeral Home The family suggests memorials in Bernard's name may be made to St. Therese Chapel, P.O. Box 251, Gansevoort, NY. 12831 For directions or to light a candle visit us at
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