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Curtin Funeral Home Inc
1340 Union Road
West Seneca , NY 14224
(716) 674-5776
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Dr. James F. Phillips, 90, distinguished physician

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
United Way, he founded the Health Care Project for the unemployed and uninsured. For this effort, Gov. Mario Cuomo presented him the Eleanor Roosevelt Community Service Award. Born in West Seneca, Dr. Phillips raised eight children with his wife, Marce, a nurse he met at Buffalo General Hospital. In his youth, he was a skilled dancer and would enter jitterbug contests when he needed money, because he often won. As a young man, he had worked as an usher at the Hippodrome, the old movie theater in downtown Buffalo. He joked that he was “doctor to the stars” because he would treat the artists who played the Town Casino. Dr. Phillips’ office was famous for its museum-quality display of antique drug bottles. He also collected classic cars and especially prized a 1921 Templar, a 1925 Buick and a long, jet black 1949 Chrysler. “He used to drive the Chrysler every day to work in the summer,” his daughter Margaret recalled. “Everybody knew Dad was coming because he would be driving that thing.” Dr. Phillips’ medical career had an unusual start. After graduating from Fosdick-Masten Park High School in 1938, he was one trimester short of his bachelor’s degree at Canisius College when he was drafted. The Army, in need of doctors, placed him immediately in the UB S... (The Buffalo News)

Obituaries William G. Humiston, Vietnam vet, insurance agent

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
William G. Humiston of West Seneca, an Army veteran of the Vietnam War and longtime Allstate insurance agent, died unexpectedly Tuesday in his Florida home. He was 66. Born in Binghamton, Mr. Humiston was a 1963 graduate of Binghamton North High School, where he met his future wife, the former Karen Morley. He also studied at Broome County Technical Institute until 1965 and Rochester Institute of Technology from 1965 to... (The Buffalo News)

Ann M. Werner, 92, owned Gardenville restaurant

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Judy Hudgens, and two sisters, Louise Porreca and Lorraine Goszewski. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 11 a. m. Tuesday in Fourteen Holy Helpers Catholic Church, 1345 Indian Church Road, West Seneca. (The Buffalo News)

Area Deaths

Sun, Dec 4, 2011
John F. Chrosniak Jr., of Springville, died Nov. 29. Bonnie L. Davies, of Springville, died Dec. 1. Jean M.(Anderson) Galley, of West Seneca, died Dec. 1. Elizabeth L. “Betty” (Cetera) Gibson, died Dec. 2. Robert A. Guppenberger, member of Post 264, American Legion, Post 7967, VFW, died Dec. 1. Matilda E. (Spachman) Koch, died Nov. 29. Agnes E. “Betty” (Leard) Kopf, died Nov. 29. Roy A. “Mitch” Mitchell Jr., 67, formerly of Buffalo, retired U. S. Air Force master sergeant, died Nov. 28. Hanna E. (Thomas) Moran, 92, of Cheek... (The Buffalo News)

Joseph J. Weir, sheriff’s lieutenant, town justice

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
Feb. 18, 1932—Nov. 6, 2011 Joseph J. Weir, a retired Erie County sheriff’s lieutenant and a former West Seneca town justice, died Sunday in his Orchard Park home. He was 79. Born in Buffalo, he grew up in St. Theresa’s Parish in South Buffalo. He was a 1949 graduate of St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute and attended St. Joseph’s Seminary in Calicoon. One of the South Buffalo Butler Boys, known for their Irish camaraderie and love of politics, he was a West Seneca Democratic committeeman for many... (The Buffalo News)

Dr. Frank Vastola, 95, retired Amherst physician

Tue, Oct 25, 2011
Dr. Frank Vastola, a retired Amherst physician, died Saturday at his home in Liberty Residence, Wadsworth, Ohio. He was 95. Born in Buffalo, he studied at West Seneca High School, the University of Buffalo and Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. He served in the Army Band during World War II, playing stateside and entertaining with the USO. After his discharge, Dr. Vastola earned his medical degree in 1949 and interned at Arts Center Hospital in Detroit. He began his private practice in 1951 in Amherst and retired in 1981. He moved to Florida a... (The Buffalo News)

Edward J. Frank, retired educator, private nurse

Sat, Oct 15, 2011
South Buffalo Railroad in 1941. He eventually became assistant management representative. From 1965 until 1985, he was coordinator of cooperative work experiences for the West Seneca School District. Dr. Frank also was a full-time professor at Hilbert College and a private duty nurse for Upjohn Health Care. He served on the advisory board at Villa Maria College. Dr. Frank earned a bachelor of science degree in business administration from the University of Buffalo in 1953,a master’s de... (The Buffalo News)

Area Deaths

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Oct. 4. Caroll I. (Dabb) Hopper, of Marilla, died Oct. 11. Esther J. (Adamczak) Jaje, 83, died Oct. 9. Mary Louise (Grinage) Jones, of Buffalo, died Oct. 11. Carroll A. (Sellers) Kelley, of West Seneca, Marine veteran, died Oct. 12. Mary Jane “M. J.” (Sullivan) Kelley, of Orchard Park, died Oct. 10. Dorothy M.(Schlifke) Kleber, 96, of Cheektowaga, died Oct. 11. Karen L. (Jahn) Koscianski, 64, of Elma, formerly of West Seneca, died Sept. 30. Illa M.(Kruse) Mandziak, 91, of West Seneca, died Oct. 11. Esther (Delzer) Maryanski, 85, of Lancaster, died Oct. 12. Raymond P. Marzec, 53, of Tonawanda, died Oct. 11. Theresa M.(Petrucelli) Mendola, 92, of North Tonawanda, died Oct. 11. Joseph P. Micale, 76, of Lewiston, longtime area pharmacist, died Oct. 10. Hans G. Mueller, 79, of Cheektowaga, died Oct. 11. Eleanor (Federowicz) Olszewski, 85, of Cheektowaga, died Oct. 12. Dorothy A. (Sitarzewski) Osinski, 83, of Hamburg, died Oct. 9. Lawrence F. Pajak, 63, of Springville, formerly of Hamburg, member of Ironworkers Local 6, died Oct. 11. Lisa Marie (Stablewski) Perrigo, of Pike, employee of Alden Central School District, died Oct. 11. Robert W.Rivers Jr., of Buffalo, died Oct. 9. Domingo C. Rodriguez, of Lackawanna, died Oct. 10. Royale Rutherford, 62, of Buffalo, died Oct. 7. Jerome J... (The Buffalo News)

Catherine Curtin, bank employee, pro-life activist

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
March 1, 1931—Oct. 9, 2011 Catherine Curtin, a retired bank employee and passionate pro-life activist, died Sunday in Seneca Health Care Center, West Seneca, after a long illness. She was 80. A lifelong Buffalo resident, Miss Curtin was known as Kay to her family and friends. She worked for almost 40 years at Liberty National Bank and its successors, Norstar and Fleet Bank. After starting in the mail room, Miss Curtin finished her career processing credit card transactions. When her job was moved from Buffalo to Niagara Falls, she rode two... (The Buffalo News)

John J. Burgio, amateur golfer had 9 hole-in-ones

Thu, Oct 6, 2011
Lou Gehrig’s disease . . . I don’t know how many people with Lou Gehrig’s have ever accomplished that.” Mr. Burgio, an Amherst resident and retired former owner of a West Seneca electrical firm, died of his illness Monday in Hospice Buffalo, Cheektowaga. He was 85. When he wasn’t out clobbering golf balls, he was a 200- average bowler. He volunteered for decades with the St. Vincent de Paul Society, at the Butler- Mitchell Boys Club in Buffalo and at Christ the King Catholic Church in Snyder. He also was a longtime director of Transit Valley and a former president of the Buffalo Engineering Society. A lover of good conversation and jokes, Mr. Burgio numbered among his close friends Scott Bowman, the former Buffalo Sabres coach who is in the Hockey Hall of Fame, and... (The Buffalo News)




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