Mr. Murray E. Schryver, 81, of lifelong resident of Omar, died Tuesday, December 15th, at Samaritan Summit Village, where he resided the last 3 years.
There will be no calling hours or funeral. A graveside service will be private at the family’s convenience at Omar Cemetery.
Murray was born December 27th, 1938, in Alexandria Bay, the son of Dewey and Florence Payne Schryver. He graduated from LaFargeville School.
He entered the United States Air Force in December of 1956 and was honorably discharged December 2nd, 1960.
On January 29th, 1983, he married the former Nancy Baltz at Omar United Methodist Church with Reverend Robert Nay officiating.
Murray farmed his entire life. He was also a Trustee and Treasurer of the Omar United Methodist Church for over 20 years. He served as a zoning officer for the Town of Orleans for over 20 years as well.
Surviving besides his wife Nancy, is a daughter Lisa Ericzon of Omar; five grandchildren; three great grandchildren; three stepchildren, Stephen (Carolyn) Stanford, Kelly (Kevin) White, and Allen Jr. (AJ) Stanford, all of Florida; one brother, Dewey Jr. of Cicero; nieces and nephews.
One son John, and one granddaughter, Jessica Ericzon, predeceased him.
Donations can be made in his name to the Omar United Methodist Church, PO Box 461, N.Y. 13641.
Due to Covid-19, Nancy requests that people refrain from visiting her house at the current time.
To The Schryver family,
I’m very sorry to hear of the loss of Murray.
God Bless you all
Dalys Wells Montanye
Sad to hear of Murray’s passing. Our prayers for you Nancy and the family.
Sad of Murray’s passing. We got to know him at Summit when our mother was there. Nice man enjoyed casual chats with him. The Loomis family
I spent alot of my young life working with Murray and he was always a good friend. My deepest condolences to his family.
Lisa I Lowes
I am so sorry for your loss Murray will be missed very much by all of us at SSV 2fl staff. As for my self he was a wonderful man who i am thankful for the time I had with him and it was a great honor to take care of him and get his most wanted food ( scrambled eggs and Bacon at night time before bed). Rest in peace my dear Murrman I will miss you. Lisa Lowes
Gordon & Kelly Winters
So sorry to hear of Murray’s passing. Our deepest sympathy to your whole family.
Thinking of you.
COL Ronald G. Kelsey, USA (Ret)
Tommy Kelsey telephone me this morning to inform me that Murray Schryver had passed away at 81. I knew that Murray had Parkensons and that he was living at the home in Watertown. So sorry to hear that news. Murray was a life long friend, even though we went many years in between seeing each other. Every time my son Grant, late wife Linda and I went up there from our home in Frederick, MD, we always made a point of stopping by to see Murray and Nancy in Omar, my old homestead. My deepest condolences to Nancy and family.
Our sympathy to the Schryver family. Murray was a good neighbor and friend of our family for over forty years. He was one of Omar’s finest.
To All the Family
I was so sorry to hear of Murray’s passing.
Murray was so kind to all of us Schryver’s from TN when we would visit.
I have wonderful memories of Omar and our annual visits there.