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BROWN, Myrtle - Nashville  
BROWN - Myrtle Born November 5, 1924, in Lebanon, Tennessee, the second-born child of Will B. and Mary Brown. One of six children born during the Great Depression, Myrt left home on the farm at sixteen years of age with her cousin Gladys, sharing a room to rent in the big city of Nashville, securing her first job at Werthan Mills. Determined as always, she simultaneously completed her high school education in May 1944 by attending night school at the Watkins Institute even as she worked a full 40-hour work week in the secretarial pool. Headstrong, feisty and fiercely independent, Myrt was living with three other roommates when she met the man who would finally steal her heart and devotion. Stationed with the Army Air Corps at Smyrna Field, Lee Rake was a Yankee from Michigan and a few years younger, but oh! did he match her in sass! After serving in the USAF during the Korean War, he returned to put a ring on Myrt's finger. They married November 19, 1951 in Pontiac, Michigan where they made their first home. After relocating to Muskegon, Michigan the following year, they welcomed their only child, Janis Lee, on May 18, 1953. It was in Muskegon when Myrt began working for Associates Finance, the loan company from which she would ultimately retire, many years and two states later. Hobbies included flower arranging, garden club, and Assistant Girl Scout Leader through the years, but they were all eclipsed by her love for her granddaughters once they arrived. While Myrt was not one to display her affections dramatically, certain loved ones had her unswerving devotion, and they always knew who they were. Some she is now reunited with in Glory. Those of us who remain have been forever changed by the depth of her devotion, the clarity of her character, and the integrity of her life among us. Myrt was preceded in death by her husband of 62 years, E. L. "Lee" Rake, her parents W. B. and Mary Brown, her granddaughter Lora Beth Hernandez, sister Ruth, and brothers John and James Brown, as well as beloved grandmother Lovie Tipton Brown, aunt Laura Lou Lannom, cousin Gladys Foutch, and lifetime friend Grace Edwards. She is survived by her daughter Janis Lee (Tony) Hernandez of Helena, Montana, granddaughter Crystal Lee (James) Butler, great-grandchildren, Lora Evyn, Ashlyn Beth, and James Camden Butler, all of Leander, Texas, and brothers Will Dee (Eleanor) Brown of Franklin, Kentucky, Jerry (Yvonne) Brown, sister in law Catherine Brown, all of Lebanon, Kentucky, sister in laws Sandra Rake and Ruth Eek of Muskegon, Michigan, and other relatives, friends, former neighbors and co-workers from Brentwood and Franklin, TN, Amherst, NY, and Muskegon-Grand Rapids, Michigan areas. We extend heartfelt thanks to the staff, especially the nurses and technicians, at NHC Cool Springs, for their tender loving care for our already-missed Myrt throughout her six year stay. Thanks also to Caris Hospice for keeping the family out of state informed throughout this time, and providing immediate response as needed. Services will be conducted Monday, August 31, by Rev. Daly Thompson of Johnson's Chapel at MOUNT OLIVET FUNERAL HOME, 1101 Lebanon Road, Nashville, TN, at 1 PM. Viewing will be the same day from 10:30 AM until services begin. Interment will be at LaGuardo Cemetery, LaGuardo, Tennessee. In the spirit of her charitable yet independent heart, donations may be made in Myrt's name to the charity of your choosing. We are comforted to know the reunion party in Heaven is joyful, loud, and pealing with stories, chatter and laughter with Myrt's arrival.
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Published in the Buffalo News on Aug. 28, 2015
BRYANT, Jimmie L. - Depew  
BRYANT - Jimmie L. August 29, 2015, beloved husband of Margette (nee Mosley); dearest father of Marvette Dachell (Dione) Bobbitt and Anita Kay; son of the late Henry and Eula Bryant; also survived by other relatives. The family will receive relatives and friends Thursday 11 AM at Calvary Baptist Church, 1184 Genesee St., where funeral services will follow at 12 Noon. Interment Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Cheektowaga. Arrangements THOMAS T. EDWARDS FUNERAL HOME INC.
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Published in the Buffalo News on Sept. 1, 2015
BUGENHAGEN, Mary Patricia (Hudgens) - Hamburg  
Bugenhagen - Bugenhagen - Mary Patricia (nee Hudgens) Of Hamburg, suddenly August 26, 2015. Loving wife of Bruce G. Bugenhagen; loving and supportive mother of Lori (Bill) Carden, Traci Paszek, Daron (Kristie) Moore, Lori (Steve) Schaffer and Tami Mau; also survived by 12 beloved grandchildren. Visitation Sunday from 4-8 PM at NORMAN E. GANNON & SONS, Inc. FUNERAL HOME, 1075 Ridge Rd., Lackawanna (824-4000) where services will follow at 8 PM. Cremation to follow with private entombment at Lakeside Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Bugenhagen had a love of flowers, gardening and horses. In lieu of flowers, the family encourages memorials to Happy Tails Farm & Rescue Center, 3045 Paxon Rd.; Eden, NY 14057 ATTN: Thunder Ranch Horse Rescue. Further Information Available at www.GANNONFUNERAL.com
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Published in the Buffalo News on Aug. 29, 2015
CALLERI Sr., Peter J. - Kenmore  
CALLERI - Peter J., Sr. Of Kenmore, August 21, 2015, beloved husband of Geraldine Molfese Calleri; dear father of Michael, Peter Jr. (Clare), Daniel (Katherine Trapanovski) Calleri, Michele (John) Cosmann, Jeanmarie (John Meer) Henry, Lisa (Russell) Carver; loving papa of Gretchen (Jerry), Daniel (Kim), Christian (Naamal), Zachary (Patricia), Seth, Sara, Kate Calleri, Mary (fiance, Nathan Sutorius), Matthew, Margaret Cosmann, Anthony Henry, Jeremy and Lucas Carver and seven great-grandchildren; predeceased by three brothers and two sisters; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends may call at D. LAWRENCE GINNANE FUNERAL HOME, 3215 Delaware Ave., Kenmore, Wednesday 2-4 and 6-8 PM where funeral will be held Thursday at 9 AM. Mass of Christian Burial from St. Paul's R.C. Church at 9:30 AM. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Memorials to Roswell Park Foundation, 666 Elm St., Buffalo 14263 or St. Vincent de Paul Society of St. Paul's Church are preferred. www.ginnanefuneralhome.com
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Published in the Buffalo News from Aug. 24 to Aug. 25, 2015
CAMILLO Jr., Carl A. - Buffalo  
CAMILLO - Carl A., Jr. Of Buffalo, NY August 9, 2015. Husband of the late Barbara (Weicht) Camillo; dearest father of Carl A. III, Cheryl A. and Candy A. Camillo; also survived by five grandchildren. No prior visitation. Private services. Mr. Camillo was a US Navy veteran of the Korean War. Arrangements by ERIE COUNTY CREMATION SERVICE, 824-6435. Please share your condolences at www.cfhecc.com
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Published in the Buffalo News on Aug. 30, 2015
CAPPELLINO, Salvatore F. (Memoriam)  
CAPPELLINO, Salvatore F. - Remembering Dad on his 97th Birthday. We miss you and love you. Many of your predictions have come true. LOVE, CAMILLE, FRANK AND FAMILY
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Published in the Buffalo News on Aug. 29, 2015
CARNEVALE, Francine (Memoriam)  
CARNEVALE, Francine - Remembering your birthday. Forever in our hearts. Sadly missed and loved, MOM, SISTERS AND BROTHER
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Published in the Buffalo News on Aug. 25, 2015
CARR, Mary Ellen - West Seneca  
CARR - Mary Ellen West Seneca, August 26, 2015, survived by nieces and nephew, Joseph Huber, Joanne Huber and Joyce Kanaley; great-niece, Grace Kanaley. Funeral Mass Tuesday, 10 AM at St. John of Rochester Church, 8 Wickford Way, Fairport, 14450. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Arrangements by RICHARD H. KEENAN FUNERAL HOME, Fairport.
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Published in the Buffalo News on Aug. 30, 2015
CARRIG, Jane P. "Jenny" (Denga) - Lake View  
Carrig - Jane P. "Jenny" (nee Denga) August 23,2015. Wife of the late Matthew J. Carrig Sr.; dearest mother of Matthew Jr. (Anne), Robert (Marion) and Richard (Roseann) Carrig; cherished grandmother of Lenora, Matthew, Amy, Richard, Jenny, Wendy, Rose and 11 great-grandchildren; dear sister of the late Steve Denga; also survived by nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held Wednesday at 11:00 AM at the LAKESIDE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4199 Lake Shore Rd. (Cor Rt 5 and Camp Rds). Online condolences at www.lakesidefuneralhome.com
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Published in the Buffalo News on Aug. 30, 2015
CHAMBERS, Jack H. - Grand Island  
CHAMBERS - Jack H. August 25, 2015, of Grand Island, husband of the late Angela (Masocco) Chambers; father of Lindsay (Eric) Pellegrino and David (Brenda) Chambers; grandfather of Ava Pellegrino; brother of Gary (Dorothy) and Brian (Elise) Chambers; son of the late Jack and Grace Chambers. Funeral services private.
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Published in the Buffalo News on Aug. 30, 2015
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