Photo courtesy of Perna, Dengler, Roberts Funeral Home

Melvin C. Emert

Wiliamsville, New York

Apr 14, 1958 - Feb 20, 2013

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

Words can't tell how I feel. You were a good man and a great friend.

Mel,I think about you often,I still have your number in my phone....can't bring myself to delete it.I miss you my friend.

Mel, Fourth of July fireworks!! Thinking of you. Dick reminded me you liked our fireflies last year, they're back. Billy sure had some awesome fireworks, didn;t he? Making me miss the both of you terribly, Ma too. Hugs and kisses.
p.s. listening to oldies today

Your pain in the rear little sister

Spring is here and in a couple weeks you'd be 55! You could never remember that Dick is actually older than you were! I'm sorry we didn't get around to letting you treat us to Bob and Johns pizza and wings. We're going there in your honor, and you will be there in spirit, treating us. I see the flowers coming up and I'm thinking of you and how much you liked the warmer weather.
Love You, Brother

p.s. I like the sweet voice mails you left on my cell. Thanks.


Thinking about you and missing you. Still think it's you when the phone rings.

Your little sis

It has been exactly a month since my brother passed. I miss him so much. I miss his phone calls and his laugh. His passing has touched me so much, never knew how much I would miss him till he was gone. Taught me never leave things to tomorrow, for tomorrow may not come. Each day say I love you to those we love, Though Mel isn't here to hear those words, Each day I say them to him in my heart.

I didn't really get to know Uncle Melvin too well, but what I did know was that he was kind and always thinking of others.
Even when I was a kid he always supplied me with endless fun and laughs. We would go out with my dad and Chrissy , he and I would be in the back seat, my dad and Chrissy would start talking and he'd chime in little funny remarks about their conversation.
Lots of good memories, he will be missed.

I met Mel in the TV repair shop at Seneca in 1975.Our intense interest TVs drew us together as friends and that friendship remained intact for the last 37 years.Mel had a TV workshop in his basement and we spent many nights there working on old TVs sometimes 'till 3am.We got really good at carrying big heavy consoles down that little staircase,I don't know how we did it. Mel was an amazing tech and I learned alot working with him. We were encouraged by his uncle Leonard Vaccaro who fixed TVs....


Melvin's Obituaries

Melvin C. EmertFebruary 21, 2013. Suddenly, beloved son of the late Melvin L. and Jeanette (Vaccaro) Emert; dear brother of Sharon (George) Saxton of Ft. Erie, Ontario and Christine (Richard) Salembier of Williamsville and the late Donald W. Emert; also survived by two nephews. Mel repaired...

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