Antionette Budine

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Antionette (Toni) Budine, 90, of Walton/Queensbury, NY passed away on Monday, August 15, 2022 at the Granville Center in Granville, NY, following a long illness. Antionette was born June 24, 1932 in the Town of Walkill, NY the daughter of the late Sikke and Alice Kolk. On June 26, 1955 she married Roland A. Budine, Sr. in Washingtonville, NY. He died on June 2, 1995. Antionette worked as a Bank Teller at the National Bank of Delaware County and NBT in Walton where she retired. In her spare time she enjoyed doing word searches, reading books especially romance novels, making cards and writing letters to her grandchildren. When it is basketball season, she was an avid Syracuse Orangeman fan. One of her favorite things to do was playing games especially Skip Bo with her granddaughter Brittany. For Thanksgiving dinner she always made the best oyster stuffing and sweet potatoes. And we cannot forget how she loved her sweets especially strawberry ice cream and coconut rings from the Holland American Bakery. Antionette is survived by her loving family, daughter and son in law, Teresa and Robert Hilton of South Glens Falls, NY; son and daughter in law, Roland and Tricia Budine of Point of Rocks, MD; grandchildren, Alicia Santiago (Antonio), Brittany, Jessica Walker (Ethan), Lexi Budine-Utter (Matt), Sophie; great grandchildren, Ezra and Layla; sisters, Anna Reyns of NC; Josie Zwart of NY; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was predeceased by her parents, husband, and her brothers, Simon, Henry, and Cornelius Kolk. Due to family illness we have to postpone to a later date to be announced.
A Memorial Tree was planted for Antionette
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Courtney Funeral Home
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1932 - 2022

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