Ann B. (Hirsch) Blohm, of Hamburg, died April 6.
Marie W. (Weigl) Brutcher, of Buffalo, died April 7.
Gloria R. (Hecker) Clark, died April 7.
Dr. John Edward Coyle, 89, of Cheektowaga, died April 8.
Erna B. (Sharts) Dirschedl, of East Amherst, died April 7.
Marybeth E. (Hammer) Doverspike, of Hamburg, died April 6.
JoAnn (Mascia) Durante, of Tonawanda, died April 8.
Antoinette G. (Perla) Fina, died April 7.
Anne M. (Bohn) Haderer, formerly of West Seneca, died April 3 in Palm Bay, Fla.
Booker T. Jones Jr., 61, of Buffalo, died April 8.
John T. Joyce, 87, WWII Army veteran, died April 7.
Julia Ellen (Hill) Laing-Myers, of Eden, died April 5.
Esther A. (Potter) Labin, died April 7.
Donna M. Lawton, 72, of New Market, Tenn., formerly of Buffalo, died April 7.
Genevieve J. “Jean” (Bacik) Malachowski, 98, of Cheektowaga, died April 7.
Albert James Meaney, Died April 7.
Edith J. (Andrews) McKenica, 91, died April 7.
James D. Momjian, 87, World War II Army veteran and recipient of two Bronze Stars, died April 8.
Frank J. Nowak, of Hamburg, died April 8.
Kathryn D. (Conway) Puehn, of Athens, Ala., formerly of Tonawanda, died March 22.
Eleen (Jacobs) Revo, died April 7.
Irene M. (Grabowski) Schroeder, died April 8.
Abert J. “Skip” Seeger, Jr., 85, of East Aurora, died April 1, 2013.
Edward J. Thompson, died April 5.
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