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Amigone DANL D Senior Funeral Director
569 Cleveland Drive
Buffalo , NY 14225
(716) 832-9200
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Amigone Funeral Home Inc
1933 Kensington Avenue
Buffalo , NY 14215
(716) 833-1695
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Barron Miller Funeral Home Inc
3025 William Street
Buffalo , NY 14227
(716) 685-4622
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Brian K Lewis Funeral Homes
347 Peckham Street
Buffalo , NY 14206
(716) 845-5545
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Buffalo Cremation CO Limited
901 West Delavan Avenue
Buffalo , NY 14209
(716) 885-3079
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Burns Daniel F Funeral Director
266 East Street
Buffalo , NY 14207
(716) 873-0849
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Concordia Cemetary
438 Walden Avenue
Buffalo , NY 14211
(716) 892-2909
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Dengler and Roberts Funeral Home Rolling Chapel
3000 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo , NY 14217
(716) 873-7825
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DGS
906 Seneca Street
Buffalo , NY 14210
(716) 828-2228
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Exodus Gardens Funeral Home Inc
605 Masten Avenue
Buffalo , NY 14209
(716) 886-0513
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Jordan EDW C
757 Seneca Creek Road
Buffalo , NY 14224
(716) 674-9470
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Go to Nashville for a song and a weekend - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
East Nashville, one of the city’s up-and- coming locales. There are almost too many spots to see. (We never got to try one of the “best margaritas in Nashville” at Rosepepper Cantina or try the buffalo grinder sandwich at the vegetarian Wild Cow restaurant or munch on the house-made fettuccine with asparagus and Benton’s ham at the pioneering farm-to-table restaurant, Margot ...you get the picture). One place we did get to was Batter’d & Fried Boston Seafood House (www.batteredandfried.com). We had a party of 10, which meant a wait on a Friday night. So we headed to the restaurant’s sister bar, Drifter’s, just up the hill. When our table was ready, Batter’d & Fried’s manager Josef not only tried our phone, but called the bar to let us know. I don’t think that’s ever happened to me before. (Page 3 of 3) Batter’d & Fried’s seafood-sushi menu is a unique experience and perfect for varying tastes. The oysters are highly recommended, as are the Pad Thai sushi roll and the Boston Cream Pie. But be prepared to share - it’s a lot of pie. The New: The Patterson House Yes, it gets its own category. I kind of wanted to hate this place, mainly because there was over an hour wait to get in and a curtain separated the dining/bar area from the small waiting area. It all felt a little too first class vs. economy for me. Too hipster. But I loved it. The creative bar is known for even more creative drinks and it serves them up with style. Emily, our mixologist for the evening, answered any question we had with knowledge and finesse and the Part and Parcel, with St. Germain, house-made grapefruit bitters and Prairie organic grapefruit vodka, she made me was so good I ordered another one. To avoid the wait and the overly hipster crowd, Emily suggested coming to Patterson (www.thepattersonnashville.com) on a weeknight. For the Kids Now, Nashville is great for a romantic getaway but it offers tons to do with kids too. A great spot, especially coming up in spring is the Nashville Farmers’ Market (http://nashvillefarmersmarket.org), which offers a wide array of cooking, food and music events throughout the year. The outdoor-indoor market is also a colorful and reasonably priced stop for lunch. I’m told by local mom Amanda Leuthard the zoo is also a pretty cool place, with its historic Grassmare farm and Jungle Gym, one of the largest community-built playgrounds in the country. And if you’re looking for a good restaurant for the kids after the zoo, Leuthard suggests Carniceria San Luis. The butcher shop/taqueria features big smokers out front, which translates to an incredible chicken dinner and amazing tamales, says Leuthard. A meal at Carniceria has become her family’s zoo tradition. If you stay closer to downtown and the Vanderbilt/Hillsboro area, give Fido a try. The eclectic eatery offers tons of vegetarian and meat options alike and is a perfect and reasonable brunch spot, and a favorite of celebs like Taylor Swift, who we saw munching yogurt and granola on one visit. Bosco’s is another great kid-adult option. It has a great beer selection and a good kids menu so it’s a win-win, says Leuthard. Much like Nashville itself.

Donna J. Snyder, longtime News correspondent

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
April 28, 1941—April 18, 2012 Donna J. Snyder of Salamanca, who worked for more than 30 years as the Cattaraugus County correspondent for The Buffalo News, died Wednesday in Buffalo General Hospital after a short illness. She was 70. She began her journalism career as Cattaraugus County bureau chief for the Buffalo Courier-Express and later served as county editor for the Salamanca Press before joining The News. She was well known as a tenacious reporter of the courts and criminal-justice system as well as for her ability to report on g... (The Buffalo News)

Scott K. Rohring, Buffalo native, trial attorney

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
He then was airlifted to St. John’s Regional Hospital in Newfoundland, where he died three days later, on April 16, in his wife’s arms. He was 42. Born in Buffalo, Mr. Rohring was a 1988 graduate of Kenmore East High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Rochester in 1992. He earned his law degree from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., in 1996. He began his legal career in Albany, at the firm of Iseman, Cunningham, Reister&Hyde, and next worked at Hodgson Russ Attorneys. Since 2003, he was a trial attorney at Cellino& Barnes, working out of the firm’s Rochester office. “Scott was a family man, a true gentleman and an outstanding attorney,” said his boss, Steve Barnes. “His loss is a shock and a great loss to our firm.” Mr. Rohring lived with his family in the Ontario Co... (The Buffalo News)

Peter J. Colavecchia, had open-heart surgery in ’72

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
June 30, 1931—April 19, 2012 Peter J. Colavecchia of Lewiston, who was one of the first area residents to undergo open-heart surgery, died Thursday in Buffalo General Medical Center. He was 80. Born in Niagara Falls, Mr. Colavecchia graduated from Niagara Falls High School in 1949. He went on to work at various industrial plants in the Niagara Falls area before beginning work for the city’s water department in 1952. In 1960, Mr. Colavecchia became a Niagara Falls firefighter and reached the rank of acting captain until illness forced him to work... (The Buffalo News)

Albert J. Thompson Jr., honored NFTA bus driver

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Oct. 18, 1927—April 16, 2012 Albert James Thompson Jr., 84, of Buffalo, a retired Niagara Frontier Transit Authority bus driver who was honored for more than 40 years of accident-free driving, died Monday in Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He was 84. “Daddy Al,” as he was known by his family, was the first transit worker to operate a Buffalo subway train and, family members said, was “coaxed out of retirement” by the NFTA to drive a PAL van, which provides t... (The Buffalo News)

William J. Murphy, funeral director, volunteer

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Dec. 24, 1929—Jan. 29, 2012 William J. Murphy, a longtime North Buffalo funeral director, marathon runner and civic volunteer, died Jan. 29 of pneumonia in Buffalo General Medical Center. He was 82. A lifelong resident of North Buffalo, he attended Mount St. Joseph School, Bennett High School and the University of Buffalo. After graduating from the Simmons School of Mortuary Science in Syracuse, he went to work with his father, Earl J., who had founded the Mur... (The Buffalo News)

John V. Kavanaugh, 93, World War II veteran

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
May 11, 1918—March 25, 2012 John V. Kavanaugh, a World War II veteran and Silver Star recipient, died last Sunday. He was 93. Born in Buffalo’s Old First Ward, Mr. Kavanaugh served as chief gunner in the U.S. Army’s 209th Coast Artillery regiment. In 1942, he entered the war in North Africa. His battalion made its way to Italy, where he volunteered to retrieve wounded soldiers from the front lines, evacuating them to safety. During his tour of duty, he helped to liberate Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sicily, Italy, France, Bel... (The Buffalo News)

Gillman J. Laehy, Buffalo Sewer Authority manager

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Aug. 29, 1923—Jan. 2, 2012 Gillman J. Laehy, former general manager of the Buffalo Sewer Authority, died Jan. 2 from heart failure during his daily swim at the Maui Country Club, Spreckelsville, Maui, Hawaii. He was 88. Born in Buffalo, he was a graduate of Kensington High School and served in the Army Air Corps during World War II. He earned a degree from the University of Detroit, studied at Canisius College and did graduate work at the University of Buffalo. A license... (The Buffalo News)

Eleanor F. Heckman, 91, a lifelong Buffalonian

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
July 2, 1920—March 26, 2012 Lifelong Buffalo resident Eleanor “Ellie” Fairbairn Heckman, a 1938 graduate of the Buffalo Seminary who later served as a member of the school’s board of trustees and president of its graduates association, died Monday in her home after a short illness. She was 91. Born in Buffalo, the former Eleanor Fairbairn attended School 30 before going on to Buffalo Seminary. During World War II, Mrs. Heckman worked... (The Buffalo News)

Elizabeth M. Wilson, 91, school board president

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
June 26, 1920—March 19, 2012 Elizabeth M. Wilson, of Eden, who served as president of the Hamburg Central School Board, died Monday in Buffalo General Medical Center. She was 91. Born Elizabeth Mannel in Waterbury, Mass., she earned a business degree in 1942 from Simmons College in Boston and moved with her husband to Hamburg in 1947. She had been an Eden resident since 1972. Mrs. Wilson was a member and president of the Hamburg School Board and for many years was a district representative for the American Field Service. She was... (The Buffalo News)




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