WULLENWEBER, Puck Age 63 of Ithaca, NY completed her journey on December 16, 2015. She moved on to rejoice in all that she accomplished and all the lives she touched. She was joined with her mother Maria (Puck) Van Aalst Wullenweber who was born in Holland and pre-deceased her in 1966. Puck's mother was instrumental in instilling the love of sports with Puck. Pucks mother was an Olympic swimmer for Netherlands. Puck's father, Bernard Wullenweber, was born in Switzerland and pre-deceased her in 2007. Bernard was a mechanical engineer for the Buhler Manufactoring Company. He taught her how to ski and she became an avid down hill ski enthusiast. Puck was from one European descent and loved everything about her roots in Switzerland and Holland. She was fluent in multiple languages, which gave her the ability to relate to many diverse people and cultures. Puck attended boarding school at St. John's and Lycee Francias de New York. She received her bachelor's degree at Elmira College and two masters degrees from Mansfield and Elmira College. She worked at Elmira Psychiatric Center as a Psychologist and Treatment Team Leader and moved on to Chief of Service at Binghamton Psychiatric Center. Puck has multiple avocational interests. She was a nationally known fencer, fencing at Elmira College and Cornell's Fencing Club. Her love for skiing took her to Switzerland, Austria, British Columbia, and several ski areas in western US. Puck is survived by cousins Maria Hofestter of Zurich, Switzerland and Sabine Schiesser of Dinhard, Switzerland and devoted long time friend Cheryl Hann of Ithaca, NY. Puck's loved ones and friends are invited to Sullivan's Funeral Home, 365 E. Franklin St., at Rt. 13, Horseheads, NY on Monday, December 21, 2015 from 1-4PM. Puck's Services will follow at 4PM with Rev. Gill Ott. She will be laid to rest in Woodlawn Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Those wishing to remember Puck please consider donations to Roswell Park Cancer Institute Alliance Foundation, Elm & Carolton Sts., Buffalo, NY 14263.