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Sue Ann (Metott) LeClair

Born: Tue., May 12, 1953
Died: Sun., Jun. 20, 2021


Celebration of Life

Sat., Aug. 28, 2021
Location: Camden I.O.O.B. Club


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Sue Ann LeClair 68, of Camden, NY passed away at her home on Sunday June 20, 2021. She was born May 12, 1953 in Rome, NY a daughter of Raymond & Joan Howard Metott. Sue was a graduate of Camden High School and Utica School of Commerce. She worked for the Laribee Wire Co for many years before retiring in 1992 from Oneida Silversmith’s after nearly 15 years of service, due to disability.
Surviving are four sons, Raymond & Annette Wade, Jason & Sarah Fosdick, Charles & Crystal Spencer and Daniel Spencer, all of Camden, NY, several grandchildren and great grandchildren, her step mother, Barbara Marshall, a sister, Dena & Pete Britton, a brother, Terry Metott, two half-brothers, Osro & Patty Metott, Roy & Yolanda Metott, three step siblings, Deb Marshall & Jim Wescott, Pam & Chuck Green and Dan & Lynn Marshall along with several nieces & nephews.
A Celebration of Life will be held 2:00pm Saturday August 28, 2021 at the I.O.O.B. Club, Dunbar Rd., Camden, NY. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of LaRobardiere Funeral Home, Inc., Camden, NY.

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Mary Billington
   Posted Tue June 22, 2021
My sincere condolences to all. She was a very sweet lady very sorry to hear. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you all need anything. My love Mary

Darrell Van Pelt
   Posted Wed June 23, 2021
Sorry for your loss of your mom. It’s never easy when loved ones pass away. On behalf of all your brothers at the IOOB #191, our condolences to all.

Mary Jane Scouten(her Coggins)
   Posted Thu July 01, 2021
My mother and I were saddened to read about Sue's passing. Although we had not been in contact for a very long time, She and Dena were my first non-family friends. I remember many happy times together as children, playing together, riding bikes, walking or riding to Rowell's in Westdale for pop or an ice cream, visiting the book mobile, picking berries. I had a very happy child hood and She and Dena were a big part of it. Our sincere condolences to you all who I know will miss her so much. I do remember that because her birthday was May 12 and mine was the 23rd, she would always point out that for those 11 days she was the same age as me, and no longer the "youngest"

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