Teresa Ann Robetor Shaw

Teresa Ann Robetor Shaw passed away on Nov. 4, 2007 at Orlando Regional Hospital with her longtime companion, Dave Johnson, and her three children by her side.She died suddenly of a massive stroke.

Born in Whitehall on January 6, 1949, she attended the Whitehall schools.

She worked for many years at Price Chopper, Wal-Mart, Hannaford and most recently at Maplewood Manor where she enjoyed working with the patients.

She had a great love for her children and her grandchildren.

She loved to cook, sew and bake when she had the time. She also collected porcelain dolls. She will be missed by all who knew her because of her personality and quick wit.

She is survived by her parents, Eugene and Marguerite Robetor of Whitehall, her ex-husband, Robert Shaw of Bacon Hill, N.Y.; a daughter, Denise Chapman, and her three children, Kirsten, Joseph and Storm; a son, Mike Shaw, and his three children, Brittani, Brandi and Brook; a daughter, Traci DeSautel, her husband Joseph and their three children, Laurie, Jacklyn and Joseph; two sisters;  Marie Henderson and her companion, Joe Carbone of Mechanicville, N.Y. and Tina Howe and her husband, Chad, of Lennox, S.D.; four brothers; Joseph Robetor and his wife, Corrine, of St. Paul Mn., Clifford Robetor and his companion, Linda, of Glens Falls, Steven Robetor of Whitehall, Dennis Robetor and his wife, Shelia, of Libby, Mt; Ten nieces and nephews, also four great nephews.

There are no calling hours and there may be a memorial service at a time convenient for the family. 

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