Age 34, of Silver Springs, NY passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday December 14, 2022 . 
    He was born in Rochester, NY on February 17,1988 a son to Kim A Clark of LeRoy and Cathy C. (Forrester) Caudill of Perry.
    Dustin was a 2006 graduate of Perry High School. He was a mason for Baltz Concrete in Pavilion.
    He enjoyed playing disc golf, corn hole, bowling, riding his motorcycle and going on family vacations. His biggest joy was times spent with his fiancée Erica and their children Sutton and Miles and attending all of the family gatherings.
    He is survived by parents Cathy C. (David) Caudill of Perry, Kim A. Clark of LeRoy, fiancée: Erica Granger of Silver Springs, children: Sutton and Miles Clark, Erica’s parents: David (Lisa) Granger of Silver Springs, maternal step grandmother: Pauline Forrester of Hume, Paternal grandparents Marge Clark of Gainesville, FL., and Daniel Clark of Venis Fl., sister: Tasha Clark of Chili, NY, half sisters: Erica Clark of Warsaw, Tonya Schlenker of Bolivar and step-sister: Teresa Hoy of LeRoy, sister-in-law: Karen (Andrew) Inglis of Minoa, New York, nieces and nephews: Paige and Devin Inglis, Lilliana and JT Trzecieski and Tavis Lakin, along with many aunts, uncles and cousins.
    He is preceded in death by maternal grandparents: Robert John and Jeanette (Klatt) Forrester.
    Family and friends called from 3-6pm on Monday, December 19th, 2022 at the Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, LLC. 98 North Main St. in Perry where services followed at 6pm. Following the services a gathering took place at the Breezeway Barn in Perry.
    (In lieu of flowers) Memorial contributions may be directed to Lisa Granger P.O. Box 246 Silver Springs, NY 14550 to start up a trust fund for Dustin’s children.
    For more information please call (585) 237-2626 or to leave a message of condolence visit Arrangements completed by Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, LLC. 98 North Main Street Perry NY 14530.
    Age 82, of Perry, passed away Sunday December 25, 2022 at the LeRoy Village Green where he had been residing. 
    He was born in Franklinville, NY on March 26, 1940 a son to the late Ralph B. and Florence M. (Beach) Peters.
    Jim was a bus driver for the Wyoming County Transit where he was known as driver #1.   
    He was a former volunteer for the Pike Fire Department, and former Boy Scout Leader. He enjoyed trapping, hunting snowmobiling, crafting, playing cards and board games and was an avid Buffalo Bills Fan. 
    He survived by his companion of 36 years Andrea L. MacGonegal of LeRoy, 4 daughters: Lisa (Scott) Falkner of LeRoy, Judith (Robert) Wilson of Frenchburg, Kentucky, Ahrena Dean of Florida, Michele Garman of Webster, 2 sons: James B. Peters Sr. of Attica, James R. (Angela) Peters of Warsaw, his beloved pet dog: Toby, brother John Peters of Wisconsin, Grandchildren James B. Peters Jr., Bethany E. Peters, Abigail M. Peters, Joshua M. Peters, Shanna R. (Dave) Nieman, Kevin E. (Ashley) MacGonegal, Courtney L. MacGonegal, Robert (Wendy) Wilson, Thomas Wilson, Walter (Kashen) Wilson along with many other grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
    Along with his parents he is preceded in death by a son: Jerry Peters who passed away in 2021.
    A Celebration of Life gathering was held on Friday December 30th at the Perry Fireman’s Building located in the Perry Village Park in Perry from 12-4pm. 
    For more information please call (585) 237-2626 or to leave a message of condolence visit Arrangements completed by Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, LLC. 98 North Main Street Perry, New York 14530.
    Age 82, of Perry, NY passed away peacefully at his home on Saturday December 24, 2022.
    He was born on July 27, 1940 in Warsaw, New York a son to the late Millard F. and Pauline F. (Gnaedinger) Wilson.
    Pete was a 1960 graduate of Bartow High School in Lakeland, Florida.
    He started his working career at the former Duracraft on Tempest St. in Perry, moving onto the former Robeson Cutlery in Perry, Lapp Insulator and Rochester Telephone before owning and operating the former Colonial House Restaurant in Warsaw with his parents, he and his brother operated the former Wilson Auto Sale in Perry Center and lastly becoming an Antique collector and dealer.  
    Pete was a born-again Christian who had a very deep faith. He enjoyed the simple things in life, relaxing at Silver Lake, sitting on his front porch with his pet cats, going to the Charcoal Corral, gathering with his friends at the former J&C Luncheonette and currently the Country Kitchen, spending time with his family, especially with his beloved grandchildren or looking for antiques to collect or sell. 
    He is survived by his wife Louise J. (Kellogg) Wilson whom he married on July 22, 1961, daughter: Shelley (Tom) Kwiecien of Perry, Brett (Sandy) Wilson of Perry, sister: Sherry (Lloyd) Byrd of Nevada, Bruce (Laverne) Wilson of Florida, 6 grandchildren: Kristofer Kwiecien, Nickolas Kwiecien, Mitchell Hatch, Brigette Wilson, Sabrina Wilson and Veronica Wilson, along with several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
    Family and friends may call from 5-6pm on Monday January 2nd at the Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, LLC. 98 North Main St. in Perry where services will follow at 6pm.
    Pete will be laid to rest in Prospect Hill Cemetery in Perry Center.
    Memorial contributions may be made to the Wyoming County SPCA 808 Creek Rd. Attica, NY 14011 or to A New Start Kitty Shelter 6342 Dentons Corners Rd. Castile, New York 14427. 
    Arrangements completed by Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, LLC. 98 N. Main St. Perry, N.Y. 14530. For more information or to sign the online guest registry please visit