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Wendy Wight

Wendy Ann Wight

Sunday, August 16th, 1942 - Wednesday, December 18th, 2019
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Wendy Sage Wight passed into the arms of the Lord on Wednesday, December 18, 2019. Her beloved granddaughter, Maria Bosford, Queensbury, NY a devoted caregiver was by her side through her final moments.

Wendy was born August 16, 1942 in Rochester, NY, the daughter of Florence “Flossie” & Henry “Bub” Sage.

She graduated in 1960 from Wells Central School where she met the love of her life Edward Wight. She attended SUNY Albany and SUNY Buffalo.

In 1962 she married Edward at St. Ann’s Church in Wells, NY. Wendy was a homemaker and active in St. Henry’s Parish in Long Lake, NY in many roles. She helped her husband run his craft and pottery businesses for many years.

Wendy loved music, especially attending concerts. She was a member of Queensbury Senior Center and enjoyed playing shuffleboard weekly for years. Wendy was a faith-filled woman who had a generous heart and expressed her compassion by supporting many charities.

Wendy is survived by her husband, Edward of Queensbury, NY, daughter Kelly and wife Carol Baker of Saranac Lake, NY son Scott and wife Karen of Frederick, MD, daughter Lynn and husband Donald Stonier of Big Flats, NY, 8 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren, a sister and brother-in-law Sandra “Sis” and James Colacino and a nephew and 3 nieces. She was predeceased by her parents, and sister Kathy Bocklage.

A funeral service and burial will take place in Wells, NY in the spring 2020.

Arrangements are in the care of M.B. Kilmer Funeral Home 82 Broadway, Fort Edward, NY 12828. To view Wendy’s Book of Memories and post online condolences please visit kilmerfuneralhome.com.
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Carol Day

Posted at 11:11am
Wendy and I shared so many chit chats. We laughed a lot and I enjoyed her company! We move on and remain friends with bits and pieces. I will always remember her as she was here in Long Lake. My condolences and prayers !
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Marie

Posted at 04:18pm
To the Wight family. I am so sorry to learn of Wendy’s passing. I will never forget the loving generosity and the time she shared with me during my time as a young child in Long Lake. She opened my eyes to a different world which at the time I had not known. The first truly kind person I met during my life. When I look back on my childhood I always think of her as my light. She was precious to me. May she R.I.P. Ed I’m so sorry for your loss. And thank you for all your kindness..... Marie
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Cynthia Garvey

Posted at 07:52am
Wendy stood up for me as I made my confirmation in St Henry’s church in Long Lake. RIP Wendy ❤️

Kim Brown

Posted at 04:07pm
To the Wight family,
I was so sorry to hear about Wendy's passing. She and Ed were at my house with the Morrow's several years ago and we went to a concert together. Such a lovely lady. Sending prayers to you all for God's comfort.
Kim Brown
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John and Joyce

Posted at 04:54pm
I cherish the friendship that Wendy and I shared through the many years, especially the time of prayer and praise we had together. Our heartfelt sympathy to Ed, Kelly, Scott, Lynne and all who loved Wendy. May Our Lord hold you all in His Loving Arms and give you comfort and peace. God Bless Each of you. Love Joyce and John Rayome
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