Florence A. (Pyc) Beres, died Feb. 17.
Beth A. (Gauchat) Besstak, died Feb. 18.
Marvelles Brooks Sr., A World War II Navy veteran who retired from the Tuskegee, Ala., Police Department, died Feb. 13.
Jessica M. Canazzi, died Feb. 16.
Barbara A. (Nizialek) Damba, of West Seneca, died Feb. 16.
Kathleen A. (Archbold) Devine, died Feb. 16.
Lillian J. (Kirk) Grabowski, of Town of Tonawanda, died Feb. 18.
Maryan L. Kwiatkowski, 83, of Black Creek, formerly of Buffalo, former manager of Rutecki Funeral Home who retired from Pinkerton Security, died Feb. 16.
Christian G. Koelbl Jr., of Alden, died Feb. 18.
Charles Weaver Lewis, 85, of Buffalo, World War II Army veteran and owner of the Lewis Agency, died Feb. 18.
Beulah A. (Gillette) Ludwig, of Hamburg, died Feb. 18.
Mildred S. (Cyrankowski) Majerowicz, died Feb. 17.
Geraldine R. “Tweedy” (Fedy) Mergenhagen, died Feb. 17.
Joan Miller, died Feb. 17.
Charles A. Mumm, a Navy veteran, died Feb. 18.
Adrienne Maureen Polacci, 69, of Racine, Wis., formerly of Lockport, a former Sister of St. Joseph who taught at Calasanctius School and D’Youville College.
Kathryn (Long) Schwinger, 64, of City of Tonawanda, worked for Tonawanda City schools and ran the YMCA Extended Day Care program, died Feb. 17.
Raymond P. Smith, a stationary engineer for the Buffalo school system and staff member at Nightengale Funeral Home, died Feb. 17.
Thomas E. Smith, 63, of North Collins, died Feb. 17.
Marian L. (Geertson) Staley, of Alden, died Feb. 17.
William E. Starin, 80, died Feb. 17.
Deborah K. (Mueller) Stephens, 61, an employee of the Amherst Police Department, died Feb. 18.
Michael Svisco, of Town of Tonawanda, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel, died Feb. 17.
John J. Szczepankiewicz, died Feb. 17.
Eunice E. Wilson, died Feb. 14.
Edward John Wood, 69, of Raleigh, N.C., formerly of Kenmore, a Navy veteran and former tool setter for General Motors Corp. in Tonawanda, died Feb. 16.