This page is dedicated to past members who have made an impact one way or another on the Pathfinder membership & Club.

Your attention please: The webmaster, that’s me, would like to request – from the general membership – if there are other plaques or dedications I am unaware of please pass them along so I can get them posted here.

John Levae The time has come for me to leave this life. I have fought the good fight. I have finished the race. I have kept the faith. Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness which the lord, the righteous judge, willaward to me on that day. 

Pathfinder will be dedicating a Brick Memorial in his name. This memorial will contain bricks that may be purchased and engraved.
Deceased life members will have a brick dedicated.
Purchase an inscribed memorial brick as a unique tribute for a family member, friend, or as a gift for any occasion. You or the recipient need not be a member to participate in this program. The cost of each 4” x 8” inscribed brick is $50.00. The inscription may have 3 lines with 18 characters per line, including spaces and punctuations.

Visit Pathfinder to purchase brick(s). Forms are available at the club.
John Levea Memorial Brick Form
Gift Card is available if needed. For more information call Don Heagle 315-529-3071 or stop down to the club and pickup the forms.

In the spirit of Dave Kimball

Bob Tretsch – Life Member – World Class Hunter


1918 – 2010

Merrill “Stub” Mooney – He was an active member of several fish and game clubs, Albion, Pathfinder, Central Square, and Sackets Harbor. He was also a member of the Pulaski Masonic Lodge #415.

May 13,1933 – Sun., Mar. 13, 2011

John J. “Irish Jack” Murphy

Dec. 22 1927 – May 2, 2013

? – 2013

Paul William Moody, 71 of Hannibal, died peacefully June 2, 2013 at Oswego Hospital surrounded by his family after a courageous battle with mesothelioma.

Bradley W. Reitz (Buckshot Brad) July 28, 1962 to Sept. 19,2013
He was an active life member of Pathfinder SASS Cowboy Action Shooting Sport.

george smith

George E. Smith, 84, a resident of Co. Rt 25, Oswego, passed away Thursday 3.19.15 at Oswego Hospital.

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