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Norma worked as the assistant to the principal of Watkins Glen High School, but spent most of her professional life as the Treasurer of the Watkins Glen School District. She served on the Session at the Watkins Glen First Presbyterian Church, taught Sunday School there for years and received the Woman of Faith Award in 2008. Norma was predeceased by her parents, Stanley and Lora Crego; her first husband, Rocco Macri; son, Paul Macri, and sister, Lola Mae Crego.
She was also a 4-H leader, served as Treasurer of the Friends of the Watkins Glen Library, and volunteered at R. She is survived by her loving husband, George Baldassarre; son, John Macri (Darlene Sanford) of Horseheads, NY; daughter, Lora (Klaas) Schilder of Clinton, NY; stepdaughters, Roann (Tim) Dermady of Watertown, NY and Joan Bartosz (and partner Ron Di Nitto) of Forest City, NC; stepson, Frank (Jeanne) Baldassarre of Spokane, WA; sister, Ruth Benson of Los Angeles, CA; 13 grandchildren, and 8 great grandchildren. Burial will be at Pleasant View Cemetery in Reading Center in the spring.
After graduating she worked for several years at Glen National Bank. Norma loved living in Watkins Glen, choosing to stay there even in her retirement. She had many passions and talents that she pursued throughout the years.
She married Rocco Macri on September 14, 1947, and after his death, married her devoted husband of 38½ years, George Baldassarre. She loved working in her flower garden, was universally considered to be the best pie maker around, was an avid bowler, a loyal member of the 39er’s Club, enjoyed reading, playing euchre, supporting the Yankees with her husband, George, and especially loved spending time with her family.
Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Thursday, January 11 at 10 a.m. Mary’s of the Lake Church, 905 Decatur St., Watkins Glen. He was born in Flushing, NY on December 16, 1949, the son of the late Clarence and Rena (Centurelli) Hoffman. He married the love of his life, Paula, on April 14, 1990 in Cayuta. He worked construction for New York State, worked at Kolar Machine and Alpine Machine, drove bus at the Special Children’s Center, owned many rental properties and was a farmer.
Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery will be held at the convenience of his family. George graduated from Odessa High School and served with the U. He enjoyed hunting, camping, family gatherings, buffets, and most of all spending time with his family and his loyal fur babies Sammy and Tyson.
Brian’s passions were his family, friends, and garden tractor pulls.Those wishing to remember Jim may consider a memorial donation to the V-L-H Fire Department, PO Box 46, Hector, NY 14841.