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13/03/19 06:49 PM #1    

Suzanne (Lisa) Sheldon (Babcock)

My dear friend, Miss you much and wish you were here to continue sharing our lives.  Have searched hi and lo for your obit in the mid-80s, but with no luck.  Not much on the internet back then. I promise to keep trying and maybe I'll stumble across a "Cicero" one of these days who has it.  I have wonderful memories of the fun and times we shared.  Walking to and from school, driving (sort of) to and from school (was it school?), your high school campaigns (the BIG red paint spot on the pink rug from one of the campaign posters? ...  gulp), your parties (and you sure could throw one ... remember the seance?  Yikes my mother STILL talks about it!).  I sadly remember saying good-bye after you had passed - a day I won't ever forget.  Miss you much and wish you were here to share our 50th reunion.  Much love and hugs.  Lisa and Doug too!  xoxo

03/09/19 06:56 AM #2    

Suzanne (Lisa) Sheldon (Babcock)

Published in Schenectady Gazette, Thursday, December 10, 1987


Victoria Cicero, Math Teacher


Services will be held tomorrow for Victoria Marie Cicero, 36, of 1039 Keyes Ave, who died Tuesday at home after a long illness.


She was a lifelong Schenectady resident.  She was a secondary education mathematics teacher in the Hoosick Falls Central School District for 11 years.  She was also a mathematics instructor at Siena College in Loudonville for the last 3 ½ years.


Over the same period, she was also employed for three years at the Bellevue Maternity Hospital business office and for nine years at the Ellis Hospital business office.

She was a 1972 cum laude graduate of the State University of New York at Albany with a degree in mathematics.  She was working on her doctorate.


She was a member of the New York State United Teachers.


Survivors include her parents, Mae Armour Cicero and Vito Cicero of Schenectady, two sisters, Mrs. Ida Pinkerton and Mrs. Patricia Barnes, both of Schenectady and a brother, Robert Cicero of Burnt Hills.


Services will be held at 9:30 a.m. at the DeMarco-Stone Funeral Home, 1605 Helderberg Ave.


Calling hours are 7 to 9 tonight at the funeral home.


Burial will be in St. Joseph’s Cemetery.


Memorial contributions may be made to Michael Shea, Hoosick Falls Central School, P.O. Box 192, Hoosick Falls  12090.

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