Naomi Ruth Atkinson


A beloved daughter, sister, aunt, cousin and friend, Naomi Ruth Atkinson, age 35, of Malone, New York, left this world, with her family by her side in Buffalo, New York, on Thursday October 15th, 2020. She passed away due to complications from pneumonia.

Naomi is survived by her parents, Bill and Ruth (Sierson) Atkinson, of Malone, her brother William and his wife Mandy, of Malone, four nieces, Eleanor, Adele, Madeline and Marjorie, and one nephew, Noah, all of Malone, her Grandparents Gail and Jerry O’Conner of Chateaugay, NY, her Aunts and Uncles: Carol Shova of Morrisonville, NY, Nettie Lawrence of Brushton NY, Penny and Dale Avery of Brushton, Vickie Wilcox Brushton, Tina Hadley of Olcott, NY, David Sierson of Minoa NY, Billy and Sharon Sierson of Early, Texas, Chris and Teena Sierson of Malone, and Karen Drummond of Saint Regis Falls, NY, along with numerous cousins.

She was predeceased by grandparents Albert and Eleanor Sierson of Malone NY, and Hector Atkinson, of Malone NY, and Aunts Crystal Atkinson, of Brainardsville, NY, Cindy Atkinson, of Lockport, NY, and Dawn Titus of Brainardsville, NY, companion Harold Giles surviving.

Naomi was born on December 6, 1984, in Malone NY.

She graduated from Franklin Academy as well as the Heavy Equipment program, where she earned the Jeremy Preve award. Most recently, she was proud of earning her Associates Degree in Applied Science. She worked for many years in construction work, which she enjoyed.

She also enjoyed hiking, spending time with friends, was an animal lover, especially her dear friend China, among countless pets, and she also enjoyed grooming dogs at her parents business.

She had a very special relationship with her brother William, and they enjoyed outdoor activities together.

She relished being an Aunt and loved writing “love notes” and sending gifts to her nieces and nephew, and could never get enough pictures and phone calls.

Naomi brought joy to her parent’s souls. She always had a positive attitude, was known as a hard worker and a helper.

She had a deep faith which she showcased with her brilliant smile, and her kind heart and soul.

She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

Her service will be held at Frary-Spaulding Funeral Home in Malone New York, on Saturday, November 7th, at 2 p.m. Immediately followed by a celebration of life at the American Legion in Chateaugay, NY.

Donations may be made in Naomi’s name to Precious Pups at: Lisa and Jim McHugh, 31 Wood Lane Mountain View, NY 12969.

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