Dale Harry Ellsworth, 90, passed peacefully from this life on December 26, 2017. The eldest son of the late Dale William Ellsworth and Rozella (Myers) Ellsworth.
A gifted musician and photographer, Dale was also a master craftsman, millwright and welder at various companies in Niagara Falls, before retiring from the Tulip Corporation. A resident of Youngstown, NY, and known for his Historical Society work, he was also Scout Master of Boy Scout Troop #29.
Dale was affiliate of the Colonel John Butler Branch of the UEIA of Canada. A member of Free Accepted Masons Niagara River Lodge #785 and a past Worthy Chief (2003-2004) of the UCCE, Dale was an advocate for the scholarship programs of these organizations. The Youngstown First Presbyterian Church was his faith community for many years.
He is survived by his wife of 70 years, Dorothy (Evans) Ellsworth; daughters, Patricia Truesdale and Jamie Mahala Pacheco and son David Ellsworth; five granddaughters; one grandson; nine great- grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren were a source of great delight.
Dale's brother, Donald Ellsworth; his daughter, Kathleen Sullivan; and granddaughter, Jennifer (Wagoner) Magner all predeceased him.
The memorial celebration of his life on January 13, 2018 at 11 AM, will be conducted by Rev. Dr. Rex Stewart at the Youngstown First Presbyterian Church at 100 Church St., Youngstown, NY, 14174 to be followed by a Masonic Rite.
In lieu of flowers, a gift to the First Presbyterian Church would be welcomed or please donate to a charity close to your heart in honor of Dale.
Published on January 9, 2018