Arlene B. (Miller) SPINK

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SPINK - Arlene B. (nee Miller) Age 95, of Orchard Park, January 29, at Fox Run. An Attica "Dutch Flats" black-haired stunning farm beauty (corn-fed), somehow missed by Hollywood. Used to "knock 'em dead." Always elegant, stylish, and charming in a down-to-earth manner; upbeat, never a "bad hair day". Sneaky wit. Major character flaw - cheesecake; beloved wife of the late E. Perry Spink, former Liberty National Bank President; loving mother of Marilyn of Toronto, and David (Bozena) of Orchard Park; grandmother to Rachel of Quebec, Sarah of British Columbia, Andrea of Connecticut, Juliette of Cheektowaga, John of E. Amherst, Agnes of Seattle; great-grandmother of Kali, Amelie, Simone, Brianna, Olivia, Chloe;, Riley, and Ellie; sister to the late Grace. Graduated from high school at 15 years. College not possible. Former American Red Cross Blood Chair. in Orchard Park, volunteer with Girl Scouts, and active in various Orchard Park Presbyterian Church organizations, the center of her social life. Many times helped bereaved with her food. Cookies "to kill for." Memorial service February 9, Saturday, 11 AM, at Orchard Park Presbyterian Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Fox Run Employee Appreciation Fund (excellent staff), the Orchard Park Presbyterian Church or the . Arrangements by the MARLEY FUNERAL HOME, Attica. Burial at a later date in Attica.

Published in the Buffalo News from Feb. 1 to Feb. 2, 2013
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