Darlene Lathrop

Obituary of Darlene O. Lathrop

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Wayland – Darlene O. Lathrop, 63 years of age, passed away late Saturday afternoon at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester. Darlene was born August 9, 1957 in Olean, NY the daughter of Francis and Loretta (Ford) McCaffrey. She grew up in the Rexville area and was a graduate of Greenwood Central School. Darlene and Allen J. Lathrop were married August 30, 1975. Darlene was employed at Wayland-Cohocton Central School as a TLC Counselor. Darlene’s hobbies and activities were many. She was an active volunteer in several different organizations as she enjoyed helping others. She loved camping, animals and especially spending time with her family! Darlene was pre-deceased by her parents; and her brother, Don McCaffrey. She is survived by Allen J. Lathrop of Wayland and their children, Allen J. Lathrop Jr. (Elizabeth) of Wayland, Michael Lathrop (Missy McConnell) of Jamesville, NY, Cheryl Lathrop-Galvez (Danté) of Manchester, CT and Adam Lathrop (Caitlyn Krol) of Liverpool, NY; her grandchildren, Damien, Madison, Emma and Greyson; her siblings, Glenna (Larry) Tuttle of Livonia, Pat (Linda) McCaffrey of Avon, Ava McCaffrey of Livonia, Jack McCaffrey of Almond, Steve McCaffrey of Livonia and Larry (Shirley) McCaffrey of Rexville; along with several nieces and nephews. Darlene’s funeral service will be private due to the ongoing pandemic at the convenience of her family. She will be laid to rest at Clearview Cemetery in North Cohocton.
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We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at St. George Stanton Funeral Home
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