Michael J. KOGUTEK

Buffalo, New York

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Dear Joe and Florence,I am sorry for the loss of your brother Mike.I know you were so proud of him for the way he represented the best in our veterans not only locally but nationally. My deepest condolences to the Grisanti's dear friends.Richard Grisanti Arcade, New York

I worked with Mike on the county (Legion) website in the past, and other IT concerns.

I salute the Commander, he will be sadly missed. Mike was always a true patriot.

May you rest in peace and God bless your family and loved ones. You are a true Hero and thank you
From the Veterans in Nevada
USMC 3rd recon

I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing PNC Kogutek on video in the fall of 2010 for The American Legion archives. He dressed up in a suit and shared many memories and insights that day. After we finished, he changed into his comfy clothes and made me a Manhattan. Later, we went over to the dining room for dinner. He made me feel right at home. I will always remember him, and I know he will be missed by many.

Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.

All the members of post NY 1041 are saddened with the passing of our friend and fellow veteran. God Bless and take Mike to his home in heaven. Thank you God for sharing him with all of us.

Our deepest sympathy to Michael and Sharon on the passing of their father. Mike was a true Legionnaire.

My condolences to the Kogutek family. Mike was a great friend and a great American hero.

Dear Sharon and Family - May God's peace and blessings be with you at this most difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sally (Mix) Kolenac


Michael's Obituary

Michael KOGUTEK passed away in Buffalo, New York. Funeral Home Services for Michael are being provided by Lombardo Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Buffalo News on September 1, 2012.