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Lillian Pulver Anuska

November 23, 2021

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Jack Lewis

Lillian Pulver Anuska passed away peacefully in her home on November 23 with her children at her side.

She is the daughter of the late Maude Ogden Pulver and Clyde Pulver who ran the Pulver Dairy Farm in Chatham.

She is survived by 8 of her 9 children. Clyde Knott of Caselton, Debbie Wilde (Darrell) of Chatham, Bonnie Knott of Chatham, Ellen Knott of Chatham, Elaine Hyuck (Wayne) of Valatie, Edward Knott (Rebecca) of West Sand Lake , Herbert ‘ John” (Lisa) of Philmont and Lawrence (Mary) of Hudson. 2 Sisters Roberta Laurange and April Bergman both of Chatham.

Several nieces and nephews, grandchildren and great grand children.

She worked at Pine Haven Nursing Home as a CNA until her retirement in 1995.

Lillian is predeceased by her 3 husbands Chester Knott of Stockport, David Decker of Philmont and Chester Anuska of Hudson, and a Son Robert.

Services will be from Wenk Funeral Home in Chatham on Sat. Nov. 27 11:00am Interment to follow in the Mellenville Union Cemetery. For on-line condolences, visit wenkfuneralhome.com

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