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Coleman R L

1300 Pine Avenue
Niagara Falls, NY 14301
(716) 284-6551
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Dubois Funeral Home

2436 Niagara Road
Niagara Falls, NY 14304
(716) 731-3234
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Otto Redanz Funeral Home Inc

Po Box 236
Niagara Falls, NY s, NY
(716) 297-9007
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Bowling: WNY teams rank high in USBC tally - Buffalo News

Monday, December 19, 2016

Bowling Congress finished compiling the outstanding performances by individual and teams for 2016, four Western New York teams ended up among the year's high scorers in single-game performances.Two Niagara Falls teams posted some high scores among four-man teams. Topping them all was Precision Siding & Roofing, which scored a 1,074 on Nov. 9. The lineup included David Colangelo (242), Norman McKenna (278), Richard Maslen (275) and Harold Chapman Jr. (279).The Zajac Funeral Home team from Niagara Falls had the third-best game among four-man teams. David Zajac (300), Joshua Golba (241), Frank Zajac (211) and Matt Zajac (300) shot a 1,052 game on Nov. 4.The team of Jason Ciliberto (298), Adam Jozwiak (279)  and recent Greater Buffalo USBC Hall of Fame inductee John Meczynski (248) shot an 825 game at Wimbledon Lanes in West Seneca on Oct. 29. That tied another local aggregation –  Glenn Hauptman (246), Jeff Pohlman (279) and Joe Pohlman (300) shot an 825 at Classic Lanes on Nov. 12 – for the fourth highest three-man game bowled in USBC sanctioned leagues in the last year.State women's field growingThe New York State USBC Association reports this week that  325 teams have already signed up for the 81s...

Joseph D. Grisanti, owned West Side grocery store - Buffalo News

Monday, November 14, 2016

Jeanette Helms; a son, Michael; two sisters, Josephine DeAntonis and Faye Greco; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in Lombardo Funeral Home, 885 Niagara Falls Blvd., Amherst.

Mary Bese

Monday, November 07, 2016

Ann loved her family and was always in attendance at her sons sporting events, and later her grandchildren’s activities. She and George enjoyed traveling and went to many places including Canada, Niagara Falls, and visited relatives in Colorado. Mary Ann was a strong Christian and loved her Lord and Savior. She and George were model Christians, and were long time members of Emmanuel Baptist Church.Mary Ann is preceded in death by her husband George; a son, Larry Wayne Bese; one brother, Louis Kirkpatrick, and three sisters, Frances Truman, Ida Leppke, and Dora Lea.She is survived by two sons, Allen Bese and wife Kay, of Boulder, CO; Terry Bese and wife Teresa, of Plano, TX; four grandchildren, Jackie Bese, of Allen, TX; Emily Fulmer, of Flower Mound, TX; Sarah Cartwright, of Euless, TX; Julie Giacobbe, of Dallas, TX; four great-grandchilden; one sister, Sylvia Clark and husband Lawrence, of Enid; four sisters-in-law, Joyce Kirkpatrick, of Denver, CO; Rose Enns, of Waukomis; and Frances Dowers, Rose Hill, KS; and Lillian, of Guthrie; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and other family and friends.Memorials in Mary Ann’s name may be made to the Susan G. Komen Foundation with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodian of the funds.Condolences may be made and services viewed online at www.ladusauevans.com.

66 years after Corporal Fink went MIA in Korea, his remains return home - Buffalo News

Monday, October 31, 2016

A public funeral service will be held for Fink from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Lombardo Funeral Home, 885 Niagara Falls Blvd., Amherst.Inside the coffin, which will be open, an empty dress uniform with the medals Fink never had the chance to wear will be on display.They will be affixed above the left breast pocket and include the Purple Heart, Combat Infantry Badge, Korean War Campaign Medal and National Defense Medal.Out of view in the lower part of the coffin will be his surviving remains, his bones enfolded in a piece of cloth.“It was my choice and I wanted the coffin to be open. To me it seemed a dignified way to display the medals my uncle earned,” DeFrain said. “You will be able to see a uniform with ribbons and medals. I’m excited that my uncle is finally coming home.”At 10 a.m. on Friday in Forest Lawn Cemetery’s chapel, there will be another service.Then Corporal Roy C. Fink's remains will finally be laid to rest in his hometown.

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Bowling: WNY teams rank high in USBC tally - Buffalo News

Monday, December 19, 2016

Bowling Congress finished compiling the outstanding performances by individual and teams for 2016, four Western New York teams ended up among the year's high scorers in single-game performances.Two Niagara Falls teams posted some high scores among four-man teams. Topping them all was Precision Siding & Roofing, which scored a 1,074 on Nov. 9. The lineup included David Colangelo (242), Norman McKenna (278), Richard Maslen (275) and Harold Chapman Jr. (279).The Zajac Funeral Home team from Niagara Falls had the third-best game among four-man teams. David Zajac (300), Joshua Golba (241), Frank Zajac (211) and Matt Zajac (300) shot a 1,052 game on Nov. 4.The team of Jason Ciliberto (298), Adam Jozwiak (279)  and recent Greater Buffalo USBC Hall of Fame inductee John Meczynski (248) shot an 825 game at Wimbledon Lanes in West Seneca on Oct. 29. That tied another local aggregation –  Glenn Hauptman (246), Jeff Pohlman (279) and Joe Pohlman (300) shot an 825 at Classic Lanes on Nov. 12 – for the fourth highest three-man game bowled in USBC sanctioned leagues in the last year.State women's field growingThe New York State USBC Association reports this week that  325 teams have already signed up for the 81s...

Joseph D. Grisanti, owned West Side grocery store - Buffalo News

Monday, November 14, 2016

Jeanette Helms; a son, Michael; two sisters, Josephine DeAntonis and Faye Greco; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in Lombardo Funeral Home, 885 Niagara Falls Blvd., Amherst.

Mary Bese

Monday, November 07, 2016

Ann loved her family and was always in attendance at her sons sporting events, and later her grandchildren’s activities. She and George enjoyed traveling and went to many places including Canada, Niagara Falls, and visited relatives in Colorado. Mary Ann was a strong Christian and loved her Lord and Savior. She and George were model Christians, and were long time members of Emmanuel Baptist Church.Mary Ann is preceded in death by her husband George; a son, Larry Wayne Bese; one brother, Louis Kirkpatrick, and three sisters, Frances Truman, Ida Leppke, and Dora Lea.She is survived by two sons, Allen Bese and wife Kay, of Boulder, CO; Terry Bese and wife Teresa, of Plano, TX; four grandchildren, Jackie Bese, of Allen, TX; Emily Fulmer, of Flower Mound, TX; Sarah Cartwright, of Euless, TX; Julie Giacobbe, of Dallas, TX; four great-grandchilden; one sister, Sylvia Clark and husband Lawrence, of Enid; four sisters-in-law, Joyce Kirkpatrick, of Denver, CO; Rose Enns, of Waukomis; and Frances Dowers, Rose Hill, KS; and Lillian, of Guthrie; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and other family and friends.Memorials in Mary Ann’s name may be made to the Susan G. Komen Foundation with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodian of the funds.Condolences may be made and services viewed online at www.ladusauevans.com.

66 years after Corporal Fink went MIA in Korea, his remains return home - Buffalo News

Monday, October 31, 2016

A public funeral service will be held for Fink from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Lombardo Funeral Home, 885 Niagara Falls Blvd., Amherst.Inside the coffin, which will be open, an empty dress uniform with the medals Fink never had the chance to wear will be on display.They will be affixed above the left breast pocket and include the Purple Heart, Combat Infantry Badge, Korean War Campaign Medal and National Defense Medal.Out of view in the lower part of the coffin will be his surviving remains, his bones enfolded in a piece of cloth.“It was my choice and I wanted the coffin to be open. To me it seemed a dignified way to display the medals my uncle earned,” DeFrain said. “You will be able to see a uniform with ribbons and medals. I’m excited that my uncle is finally coming home.”At 10 a.m. on Friday in Forest Lawn Cemetery’s chapel, there will be another service.Then Corporal Roy C. Fink's remains will finally be laid to rest in his hometown.