Obituary of Eileen L. Brewer
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Eileen L. Brewer, 87, of Cty. Rte. 31, Jasper, NY, passed away on December 27, 2022 at Elderwood at Hornell in North Hornell, NY. Born on the family farm in Rathbone, NY on August 10, 1935, Eileen was the daughter of the late Clayton C. and Ethel M. (Hill) Learn. She attended the Northrup Hill one room school for her elementary education and attended high school at the Addison High School. On July 26, 1952, Eileen and Eugene A. Brewer were married in Addison. They purchased a farm in Jasper and together they operated a dairy farm there for many years. Eileen was a homemaker and partner on the farm, doing her share of the physical work necessary in its operation including daily milking. Eileen was a kind lady who loved everyone without condition. She loved to crochet and created many afghans and rose themed bed spreads which were shared with family and friends throughout her corner of the world. She also enjoyed creating ceramic works. She loved anything red cardinal and had a large collection of cardinal figurines, Eileen was preceded in death by her husband Gene on April 10, 2008. She was also predeceased by her son, Bruce Brewer, her grandson, Ryan Brewer, her brothers, David Learn and Richard Learn, her sisters, Edith Dunham and Janice Chamberlain and her son-in-law, Keith Paddock. Surviving are her children, Terry (Nikki) Brewer of Cameron, Darlene Paddock of Austinburg, PA, Keith (Stephanie) Brewer of Jasper, Roland (Lynn) Brewer of Jasper and Bill (JoLynn) Brewer of Jasper, many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren, her brothers, Gerome (Barbara) Learn of Cameron Mills and Robert (Mitzie) Learn of Arkport, her sister, Audrey (Ben) Lowery of Colorado Springs, CO and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Following Eileen’s wishes, there will be no services. She will be laid to rest in the spring next to her husband Gene in Hedgesville Cemetery. Arrangements are with the H.P. Smith & Son Funeral Home in Woodhull.
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