Photo courtesy of Pietszak Funeral Home - Cheektowaga

Bernard J. Adamski

Cheektowaga, New York

Jun 12, 1924 - May 5, 2013

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Dear Dave, Mary, Debbi and entire Adamski family. Our deepest sympathy on your father's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. The Commercial Appeal from Memphis, TN had a great article on veterans for the Memorial Day weekend. Included in the article was a picyure and article about your father. We were very surprised to see a writeup about a great Buffalo man in the Memphis paper. If you would like the article, please call us at 901-266-4148 or E-Mail us with your address....

So very sorry for the loss of your beloved Dad. May your family find peace and consolation with his memories... by all accounts he was a terrific guy! Love to you all,
Betty T

Dear Mary, Debbie and David:
My deepest sympathies and sincere condolences on the loss of your Dad. He was such a great man. I am so very sorry that I was unable to make the wake however, I could not leave my Mom. Please know that you all will remain in my thoughts and prayers in these most difficult days ahead.

We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to your family. Your Dad was a dear and a good friend to our Dad, Edward Ciupek. When the two of them were young they split a one dollar bill in half saying "now neither of us will ever be poor." Our Dad always kept his half of the bill in his wallet.When our Dad passed away in 1983 your Dad placed his half of the bill in our Dad's suit coat pocket before they closer his coffin, to once again make the bill whole, as his good-bye gift to...

Debbie, David & Family,
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your precious father. You have my deepest sympathy. My prayer is that God continue to strengthen you in your time of grief.

Dave, Deb, Mary and all of Benny's loved ones, he was one of a kind, Ben made all feel like family, he loved as God asked him to, there's no doubt he's at "home" with our Father God, an Angel, I thank the good Lord for letting him have been a part of my life and also all of you, love you all, may God bless, knowing the love stays as long as you remember his life... Don "G"

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Deepest condolences. Your dad was certainly one of the nicest people as each of you are. I would run into him at the VA occasionally and was always greeted with a hug. I'll miss him.

Dave, So sorry to hear of your father's death. He was a great friend. While I was out of town and unable to make Ben's funeral, please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

As the brother of my (great) Uncle Leo and Aunt Renee, I always enjoyed talking to Ben with his upbeat manner and big smile. What a truly nice man. My thoughts are with your family.


Bernard's Obituaries

At the age of 88, a former Assistant City Forester for the City of Buffalo, NY, an Army Veteran of WWII and Prisoner of War.

Ben was the beloved husband of the late Irene (nee Kuwik) Adamski.  Devoted father of Mary, Deborah and David (Rosalie "Ruza") Adamski. Loving...

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