Hannah Ngaihte tragically lost her life in an accident early Thursday morning, December 30. She is survived by her husband Khup Ngaihte, her parents David and Beth Larson, her brothers Jay, Phil, Joseph, Dan, and Jesse Larson, and her grandmother Eleanor Larson.
The funeral service for Hannah (Larson) Ngaihte will be held 10am on Monday, January 10th at Niagara Frontier Bible Church (5287 Bronson Drive, Lewiston NY) followed by burial and graveside service at the Niagara Falls Memorial Park Cemetery and lunch back at the church for those who wish to stay. Visiting hours will be held 2-5pm on Sunday, January 9th at Hardison Funeral Home (401 Ridge Street, Lewiston NY). The service will be livestreamed and the link will be posted later.
Hannah had a deep love for God and people, an adventurous and determined spirit and a heart for social justice and the less fortunate. In her short life, she made an indelible impression upon many and had a life-changing impact in the lives of many children and adults around the world. We will miss her greatly but are thankful that we know she is with the Lord.
ALLIGERVILLE- Kent George Korber, 77, a long-time resident of Alligerville, N.Y., died peacefully at home on Feb. 19, 2021, after an extended illness. Kent served 30 years as a speech pathologist in the Kingston, N.Y., Elementary Schools. He was an avid golfer throughout his childhood, working life and retirement, always ready for a day on the course and some friendly competition. Kent especially enjoyed his time and friends at Rondout Golf Course, where he was a two-time club champion and where he recorded three holes-in-one. For many years, Kent frequented any and all estate and garage sales, always looking for that special bargain. He marketed and collected treasures at flea markets, on eBay, and at the popular annual barn sale he conducted at his home. Kent was born on Jan. 18, 1944 in Buffalo, N.Y., the son of George and Eugenie Korber. After spending his childhood in nearby Eggertsville, N.Y., Kent received his Bachelors degree from Westminster (PA) College and his Masters degree at Central Michigan University. Kent is survived by his beloved partner and dear friend, Wendy Henderson, who was more than his match on the garage-sale circuit. He is also survived by his sister, Marlis Korber of Seattle Washington and her partner, Harriet Burger; by his brother, Mark Korber of Wethersfield, Conn. and his wife Carolyn Korber; and by his niece and nephews, Madeline Korber, Eric Korber, and John Korber (Amy). Cremation arrangements are under the guidance of the Joseph V. Leahy Funeral Home, Inc., 27 Smith Avenue, Kingston. www.jvleahyfh.com The family is grateful to Hudson Valley Hospice for their warm and thoughtful care during Kent’s last months.