(February 27, 1876-November 27, 1937)
William Edward Carbino, 61, a lifelong resident of Massena, died Saturday afternoon at 4:45 oclock at the home of Mrs. Edward Finnegan, Mapole St., where he has boarded for the past 20 years.
Mr. Carbino, employed at the Massena plant of the Aluminum Company of America, became ill a week ago Sunday. However, he contined to work Monday and Tuesday. Pneumonia developed and his condition became serious.
Funeral services were held at the Finnegan home yesterday afternoon at 2 oclock. Burial was made in Pine Grove Cemetery.
The Rev. Norman McLellan, retired Methodist minister, and the Rev. Arthur L. Lacey, pastor of the First Baptist Church, conducted the services at the Finnegan home. St. Lawrence Lodge 882, IOOF, conducted the Odd Fellows service at the grave.
Mr. Carbino was born in Massena, Feb. 27, 1876, a son of William and Julia MacCue Carbino. He attended the local schools. Aside from a short period spent in the New England States, he resided in Massena his entire life. He went to work at the aluminum plant nearly 25 years ago. He was employed in the finishing and accessory department.
He never married.
Mr. Carbino was very active in the Methodist Episcopal Church and a regular attendant at the services. He served on a number of important committees. He was also active in the Odd Fellos Lodge.
Four sisters survive. They are Mrs. James Castle, Norfolk, Mrs. Clara Todd, Canton, Mrs. Charlotte Elizabeth Runions, Potsdam, Mrs. Melvin Kennedy, Canton.
(This obituary provided by Joan Tyo Lalonde, original source unknown).