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Kenneth J. Meyers

Cheektowaga, New York

Aug 25, 1932 – May 19, 2016


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Melvin J. Sliwinski Funeral Home Obituary

Kenneth was born on August 25, 1932 and passed away on Thursday, May 19, 2016. Kenneth was a resident of Cheektowaga, New York at the time of his passing. Mr. Meyers served in the US Navy. He was married to Joan. Family will be present to receive relatives and friends on Sunday from 2-7 PM at the MELVIN J. SLIWINSKI FUNERAL HOME 85 George Urban Blvd. west of Harlem Rd. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday at Queen of Martyrs Church at 11 AM. Please assemble at Church. Flowers gratefully declined. Memorials may be made in Ken's name to Hospice Buffalo.

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Please accept my sincerest condolences during this most difficult time in the loss of a wonderful man, leader, and father. He will be missed as a pillar of the Town of Cheektowaga, Q of M, and McNaughton Ave. RIP
Donald J. Kinecki

Kenneth will be missed friends of buffalo light

Lisa and Family,
So sorry to hear the news. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Tim and family,
My deepest sympathy for your loss. He was a remarkable person leaving a wonderful legacy. May he rest in peace.

To Joan and the entire Meyer's family please except our condolences on your loss. Ken was a patriot for our town as well as our party. He will be missed.

Chris and Sheli Kowal
Seminole Fl

Mrs Meyers, Guy, Marc, Lisa, Tim
So sorry for your loss. I will always remember Mr Meyers being happy and so friendly to everyone. He was a great neighbor and was always there when my parents needed him

sorry to hear about Kenny my prayers with

Joan and Family, So sorry about Ken's passing. He was always personable and would never pass anyone without saying " Hi, How are ya?" Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your Families at this time.

Our deepest sympathies are with you and your family at this time of grieving. Our prayers are with you all!

Ken was a GREAT GUY!