Theodore Leyden Obituary, Theodore Leyden Has Died
- john Gibson
Theodore Leyden Obituary, Death – The unfortunate passing of Theodore Leyden occurred on Sunday. Candy’s husband, Theodore Leyden, passed away on Sunday. He was removed from this world. His whole childhood was spent in the Town of Lyonsdale area, and he received his high school diploma from South Lewis Senior High School in 1977. His entire life was spent there. He never moved away from this approximate location during his entire life.
During that particular school year, he participated as a student in the seminar. After that, he was able to secure a job with the Law Bros. Construction Co. in Lyons Falls, where he worked for a length of time after being successful in his job search there. In the dim and distant past, he worked as an employee for the McIntyre Logging Company, which had its headquarters in Lyonsdale and was owned and run by his family.
During this time, the company was owned and operated by his grandfather. This firm was in charge of logging timber across the entirety of the state of New York when it was in operation. On October 20, 1979, the wedding was held at the First Presbyterian Church of Boonville, and Theodore Mooney and Candy Mooney were in attendance. The event was held at Boonville, which was the venue of the ceremony.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by one daughter and son-in-law, Angel West and husband Rob of Lowville; one son, Brad McIntyre, who resides at the family home; grandchildren Hunter, Austin, and Calynn West of Lowville; a step-grandson, Jarad West of Syracuse; two brothers and sisters in law, Thomas McIntyre and Jackie, Todd McIntyre of Port Leyden; three sisters and one brother in law, Wendy Smith and Jeff Smith After a protracted and courageous fight against cancer, his mother, Tomilyn, passed away on October 7th, 1999.