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Jesse J. Pingert
September 17, 1943 ~ September 24, 2023 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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Port Bryon- Jesse Pingert (80) of Port Byron died on September 24, 2023. Born in Rochester. NY on September 17, 1943. Jesse was the son of the late Dr. Frederick P. and Flora Belle Pingert. Jesse was raised in and was a life-long resident of Port Byron, NY. He is a graduate of Port Byron Central High Schools where he was longtime member of the Alumni Association. Jesse enjoyed working for 33 years at Blake’s Pharmacy, participating in many Port Bryon Fire Department activities, and spending time with his friends at the Port Bryon Federated Church. In the church, Jesse was an Elder and enjoyed attending the weekly service in person or online. Jesse served the Port Byron Fire Dept. since 1964 and was a Past Chief. Jesse was a very active volunteer in both Port Byron and Cayuga County serving as an officer for many years as well as Secretary for both the PBFD and Cayuga County Association of Emergency Services. He loved going fishing with his buddies and watching his Yankees and the Buffalo Bills. His greatest enjoyments were activities that included his family and all his friends. He loved stopping by the firehouse to talk and attend activities such as handing out candy to trick or treaters and riding in the parades. Port Bryon will miss his active participation in the many organizations to which he gave his life- long attention. Jesse is survived by his wife Laurinda and three step-children (Tammy Brandstetter of Rochester, Julie Brandstetter (George Sillman) of Skaneateles, and Joseph (Marla) Brandstetter of Syracuse, and 4 grandchildren (Kevin, Olivia, Keegan, Cayden Brandstetter). Jesse loved his role as a grandparent. He was “Grandpa Jesse” to Keegan, Cayden, Kevin, and Olivia Brandstetter. He loved hearing about the varied activities and school stories. He treasured his time with grandkids especially around the holidays. Also, he is survived by brothers-in -law, sisters-in-law, and several nieces and nephews. Both Jesse’s older brother (Paul) and younger sister (Erica) predeceased him. A special mention to Jesse’s life-long friends Dan Rand and Theresa and Mark Chapman for their friendship and support. Jesse’s family and friends will miss his caring attitude and life-long knowledge about Port Byron and the surrounding areas. Visitation and Funeral Services will be held Saturday, September 30, 2023 at the Port Byron Federated Church, 35 Tex Pultz Parkway. Visitation will be from 11-12:45 pm and a service at 1 pm at the Port Byron Federated Church. The Funeral Service will include a Last Call by the Port Byron Fire Department. Immediately following will be Internment Service at the Pine Street (Mount Pleasant) Cemetery. Jesse’s family and friends will gather at the Federated Church directly after the internment for a reception. Please