Genevieve (Geneva) Elizabeth Warrington Wolfe, 89, a lifelong resident of North Creek, passed away peacefully on Sunday March 22nd, 2020 at Elderwood in North Creek. She was born July 14th,1930 in Igerna, New York, to Howard and Hazel (Pelletier) Warrington. She married William Ellsworth Wolfe on September 15th, 1947, together they had three sons, William, David and Garry. She loved her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren very deeply and always did everything that she could for them. She was also always very devoted to the Sodom Community Church and her family there.
Genevieve was preceded in death by her parents, her husband William, son Garry and her brothers Douglas, Lawrence and Robert Warrington.
She is survived by her sons William Wolfe and his wife Pamela of Lake Luzerne, David and his wife Gina of North Creek, and her daughter-in-law Sherry Wolfe of Lincolnton, North Carolina. Her Grandchildren Traci Kingsley of Lake Luzerne, Kara Pataki and her husband Mike of Stafford, Virginia, Michael Wolfe and his wife Jenn of South Glens Falls, Ricki Dick and her husband Joe of Newcomb, Garry Wolfe and his wife Julie of Johnsburg, Cody Wolfe of Lincolnton, North Carolina and Dylan Wolfe and his wife Natalie of Lincolnton, North Carolina. Her Great Grandchildren Austin Washburn and his fiancé Samantha Rogers of North Creek, Nicholas Washburn of Johnsburg, Joseph Dick and his girlfriend Alexis Miller, Harley, Jayden and Jacob Dick all of Newcomb, Sawyer and Jenson Kingsley of Lake Luzerne, William and Michael Pataki of Stafford, Virginia, Bailee and Jordan Wolfe of South Glens Falls and Ava, Marshall and Allena Wolfe all of Lincolnton, North Carolina. She is also survived by her sister Irma Russell and her husband Robert of North Creek, her brother George Warrington of North Creek, sister-in-law Joyce Warrington of South Glens Falls, and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Special thanks to Austin, Sam and Gina for caring so lovingly for her over the past several years, the three of you went above and beyond to be there for her night and day. To the staff and nurses at Elderwood in North Creek for the past several months. To Dr. Way and Kate Sauer-Jones for all the home visits and care that they have provided over the years.
At Geneva’s request, there are no calling hours scheduled.
A graveside service to celebrate her life will be conducted in Bates Cemetery, Johnsburg in the spring at a time to be announced.
The one thing that is abundantly clear is that she will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure to know her.
Please visit www.alexanderfh.net for online guest book and condolences.