Janet L. Bacon, 53, of Springville, died April 19.

Maggie Eloise Ball, of Buffalo, died April 21.

Alice L. (Newton) Benz, of Orchard Park, died April 19.

Michele R. Cudney, of Hamburg, died April 20.

Albert J. Covino, 95, of Orchard Park, formerly of Lackawanna, Army veteran, crane operator at Bethlehem Steel, died April 20.

Oda Verlon Currie, 97, of Amherst, diesel engine mechanic at International Harvester, died April 19.

Theresa F. (Zgoda) “Tess” Dunkowski, died April 18.

Richard L. “Richie” Enser, of Lancaster, died April 20.

Anna Louise Evans, retired from Buffalo Psychiatric Center, died April 19.

Robert Giles Jr., formerly of Elma, Vietnam War Marine veteran, worked at Bell Telephone for 30 years, died April 19.

Donald E. “Pappa Donn” Hartsch Jr., of the City of Tonawanda, died April 14.

Alla (Sawrischenski) Hillyard, 56, died April 21.

John Jaros, died April 19.

Debra A. (Mattern) Jarvis, of Kenmore, died April 21.

Dolores M. (Slojkowski) Krempa, of Depew, died April 11.

Alfreda (Pazych) Makarowski, died April 20.

Shirley A. (Morris) Makowski, 67, of Blasdell, died April 10.

Dante G. Mancuso, of the Town of Tonawanda, died April 20.

Thomas Paul Merlette, 67, formerly of Hamburg, retired quality assurance specialist at General Motors in the Town of Tonawanda, died April 19.

Ann (Trzeciak) Miklas, of Cheektowaga, died April 21.

Russell C. Moyer, of Kenmore, died April 18.

Theresa F. (Gorski) Orsolits, died April 19.

Jane Palka, 92, of the Town of Tonawanda, former registered nurse at Buffalo General Hospital, died April 20.

Amy (Itzkowitz) Pici, died April 19

James C. Schubert, retiree of General Motors’ Chevrolet Plant in Buffalo, died April 20.

Ellen Sterns-Paquin, died April 19.

Richard L. “Dick” Thompson, of Corfu, died April 18.

Willie Wallace, of Cheektowaga, Navy veteran, died April 19.

Arthur C. Walter, 85, of the Town of Tonawanda, former purchasing manager for Mills Welding of Buffalo, died April 21.

Mary (Wasieczko) Wielgosz, of North Tonawanda, died April 17.

Paula A. Wier, of West Seneca, died April 17.