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Robert G. Anetzberger, died Jan. 17.

Mary J. (Michele) Ansteth, 92, of Snyder, died Jan. 17.

Ralph J. Barone, 67, died Jan. 17.

Bertha B. (Nowak) “Dolly” Belz, 90, died Jan. 17.

David G. Bender Sr., of East Aurora, died Jan. 21.

Samuel Camm, died Jan. 14.

Arthur A. Cross, died Jan. 17.

Oscar W. “Bill” Ekberg, 92, died Jan. 20.

Delphine F. (Myszka) Gembka, of Depew, died Jan. 19.

Catherine M. (Hugar) Graham, of Buffalo, died Jan. 19.

Emil H. Hoch, 84, retired director of international education at SUNY Buffalo State, taught in Ethiopia and Korea, established international student exchange programs in Italy, England and Australia, died Jan. 17.

Gloria Ann Hugley, of Grand Island, died Jan. 15.

Natalie P. (Turner) Kaufman, 53, of Clarence, died Jan. 18.

Michael R. Koepf, of Lancaster, died Jan. 16.

Henry G. Kozlowski, of Cheektowaga, Korean War veteran, died Jan. 20.

Walter A. Lawton, 86, of Strykersville, died Jan. 20.

John P. “Jack” Maley, 81, of Clarence, died Jan. 20.

Florence J. Morrisard, died Jan. 19.

David E. Myers, of the Town of Tonawanda, died Jan. 20.

Ernestine J. Neurohr, died Jan. 20.

Carole F. (Hoch) Nicoloff, of Elma, died Jan. 20.

Peter Pazamickas, of Niagara Falls, died Jan. 19.

Elizabeth J. “Betty” Place, of Akron, died Jan. 20.

Harold W. Porter Jr., of Buffalo, Vietnam War Army veteran, died Jan. 19.

Rita R. (Podlas) Prabucki, of West Seneca, died Jan. 17.

Florence E. “Flo” (Palmer) Quinn, of Blasdell, died Jan. 20.

Alice “Kathy” (O’Donnell) Schaefer, died Jan. 19.

Robert M. “Sudsy” Seward, 74, retired Buffalo firefighter served 35 years, died Jan. 20.

Thomas Stainsby, 84, WWII Navy veteran, retired from Niagara Mohawk Power Corp., died Jan. 20.

Richard J. Stepien, 71, died Jan. 20.

Doris (Miller) Sullivan, 93, of Clarence, died Jan. 20.

Eleanor Walsh-Wertimer, 91, attorney and social activist, former associate at the Buffalo firm Kenefick, Cook, Mitchell, Bass and Letchworth, died Jan. 18.

Lillian V. Wilson, 82, former owner of Claytons Toy Store, died Aug. 28.

Brother Luke “Richard” Witt-mann, member of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, died Jan. 20.