Argyle – Albert T. Plummer, 74, who was born on December 5, 1946 in Hudson Falls, N.Y. passed away at Glens Falls Hospital on January 1, 2021. He lived his life in Hudson Falls – Queensbury area, living it as he saw fit.
Al (or) TT as he was known to his family and friends was the son of Angelo and Mae (DePalo) Plummer from Queensbury, N.Y. He went to St. Mary’s School in Hudson Falls until attending high school and graduating from Queensbury High in 1964.
He was married to Linda Mae Wood for several years and had 5 sons, supporting his family as a self employed plumber and a musician. He taught himself how to play the guitar and piano and eventually he created a band that was well known throughout the northeast, known as Frankie and the Hubcaps (but Frankie was never there).
Throughout his life, he was an outdoorsman – hunting, fishing, trapping, raising beagles and bluetick hounds. He built a hunting camp and finally a home in Stony Creek. After retiring because of ill health, he finally moved to Argyle to spend the rest of his life by Cossayuna Lake. The last few years were plagued by ill health including major cardiac problems, loss of a leg, cancer and stroke. But his love for his grandchildren knew no end. He centered his life around them during his final years.
Besides his mom and dad, Angelo and Maria (DePalo) Plummer of Hudson Falls, he is predeceased by his grandparents, Claude and Bertha Plummer of Ballston Spa, , and his son Brian Edward Plummer.
His surviving family includes his beloved sister, Mary Lou Plummer and her children Tim Plummer and Cindy (David) Beecher, his ex-wife Linda Mae (Wood) Plummer, their sons, Scott Michael of Hudson Falls, Christopher Joseph of Fort Edward, Patrick Angelo (Jessica) of South Carolina and Nicholas Albert (Rachael) of Pennsylvania. He has several grandchildren – Mikayla Lynn, Bryan Nicholas, Emma Lynne, Olive Marie, Lucille Josephine, Aliza Mae, Patrick Zygmund, and Thomas Vincent, with nieces, nephews and cousins too numerous to mention except for his favorite cousin, Judy Furry. He also leaves behind many close and dear friends including Lynn Clauer, Brookie Howard and Bob Henke and too many more to mention.
According to his wishes, there will be no service or visiting hours.