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Perry “Lee” Livermore

Berry “for me” Livermore, 86, of Jamestown, formerly of Sinclairville, died Wednesday, April 19, 2023 at UPMC Chautauqua.

Born October 8, 1936 in Ackley, Pennsylvania, he is the son of the late Dermuth and Opal Syscho Livermore Hotchkiss. Step son of the late Robert Hotchkiss.

Lee has worked as Chief Sawyer at Walton O. Smith, Arkwright, Ellington Hardwood, and Livermore/Wrights Hardwood.

was a member of; Launa United Methodist Church, where he held various offices, as the Sinclairville 76er and volunteered at Meals On Wheels. Former member of the Antique Tractors Association of Chautauqua County, Lake Yard Dance, and Odd Fellows of Vilenova.

67-year-old husband of Elsie Joy Livermore who married on December 31, 1955; father of Terry (Jim) Chamberlain and Luanne (Bill) Mosher all from Cherry Creek, Greg Kennedy, Michael (Tammy) Livermore from Celler City, NC, Junica (Steve) Conklin from Cataraugos and the late Dana Patrick Livermore; “Grandpa Grumpy” From Jaime (Chad) Swanson, Tammy (Roddy) Chamberlain, Amanda (Carlos) Cotto, Dana, Tyler (Rachel) and Eric (Alex) Conklin Bailey II, John (Michelle), Marc Mosher, Kelly (Matthew) Steves, David (Carmen) ) and Joshua, Andrew (Amber), and Malachi Livermore with several great-grandchildren; Brother of Loretta, Sherwood, the late Joyce, Catherine, Judy and Charles “left-handed”and Jim, Howard, Frank, David, Gordon, and John Livermore. He also survived daughters and sons.

The visit is Sunday 4-7 pm at the Jordan Funeral Home, Sinclairville where the funeral service will take place on Monday at noon. Buried in Charlotte Center Cemetery.

Flowers retreated gratefully. Memorials to: Sinclairville 76er’s or Launa United Methodist Church. My condolences: