Christopher T. Baker, died Nov. 16.
Paula M. (DePasquale) Benham, died Nov. 15.
Regina “Hodgie” (Stanley) Bernsdorf, died Nov. 15.
Tara Anne (Kamieniarz) Bieda, died Nov. 12.
Sheri L. (Kieser) Buckley, longtime LPN at Delaware Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center, died Nov. 16.
David A. Chase, of Buffalo, died Nov. 18.
Phyllis A. Foley, died Nov. 17.
Jennie J. (Gambacorta) Griffo, 93, died Nov. 17.
Eugene W. Host, died Nov. 18.
Mildred F. “Melody” (Kisinski) Koch, died Nov. 17.
Mabel M. (Fox) LaPlaca, 101, of East Aurora, foster mother to 27 children of Buffalo Children’s Aid Society during WWII, died Nov.17.
Gary F. Lesswing, retiree of U.S. Postal Service, died Nov. 17.
John V. Macro, died Nov. 15.
Gerald E. McCrea, died Nov. 17.
Jean (McTamney) McFillin, 88, formerly of Orchard Park, died Oct. 30 in Greensboro, N.C.
Joseph P. Mead Jr., of Hamburg, died Nov. 18.
Eileen “June” (Gilman) Molnar, of West Seneca, died Nov. 18.
Dorothy Mae Moore, 69, of Wheatfield, died Nov. 15.
Beatrice G. (Hughes) Myers, of Lancaster, died Nov. 17.
Leo H. Pequeen, 85, of Tonawanda, owner/operator of Sawyer Welding in Tonawanda, World War II Navy veteran, died Nov. 16.
David C. Perkins, World War II Army veteran, died Nov. 18.
Henry T. Potter Jr., 88, formerly of Olean, member of Navy Special Forces in World War II, received Purple Heart and other medals, died Nov. 16 in Hallandale Beach Fla.
Paul C. Sion, 71, died Nov. 7.
James B. Smith, died Nov. 17.
Patricia M. (Brady) Spara, of Lake View, died Nov. 17.
Sandra Susan Taylor, 65, of North Tonawanda, died Nov. 17.
Gloria A. (Shockley) Wiede, 81, formerly of East Concord, died Nov. 17.