Alfred E. Anscombe
Anscombe - Alfred E. January 19, 2010 at age 89; beloved husband of the late Beth (nee Ireland) Anscombe; dearest father of Linda Anscombe and Debra Wood; brother of the late Arthur J. Anscombe, Jr.; uncle of Sharon Osgood, John (Brenda) Cornell, James Cornell and Judith (Kyle) Kindler. The family will be present on Thursday, 2-4 & 7-9 PM at the (Amherst Chapel) AMIGONE FUNERAL HOME, INC. 5200 Sheridan Drive (corner of Hopkins), where Funeral Services will be held on Friday at 10:00 am. Flowers gratefully declined. If desired contributions may be made in Mr. Anscombe's memory to the Amherst Museum Anscombe Endowment Fund. Share condolences at www.AMIGONE.com

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Published by Buffalo News from Jan. 20 to Jan. 21, 2010.
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Walking and talking with Al was walking and talking with a giant of our time and time to come. He truly loved his family and life. His memory will always be with us.
Michael Robinson
January 27, 2010
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Chris Imiolo
January 21, 2010
My heartfelt condolences to the Anscombe family. Al loved the WNY community. His dedication and commitment to Amherst has made a lasting impact on the community. I'll miss seeing him at the Amherst Museum and other Amherst events, and I'll miss his knowledge about the history of Amherst.
Susan Grelick
January 21, 2010
Sincere sympathy for your loss. As a former employee of Recra, I had the opportunity to see and speak with Mr. Anscombe on many occasions at both the office and holiday gatherings. He would acknowledge everyone warmly with a smile. He was truly a gentleman.
Anne Conti Bazinet
January 21, 2010
Mr. Anscombe's memory will live on through the countless people he touched in broadcasting and through his many other interests.

My condolences from a fellow Buffalo Broadcaster.
Tom Langmyer
January 20, 2010
Mr. Anscombe was a true gentleman, I was honored to have known him. My late parents, Bill and Reggie Keaton, worked with Mr. Anscombe for many years and he will be missed. I received the email from Buffalo Broadcasters, we are in Cape Coral, FL currently, or I would have been able to offer my condolences in person.
Jane Keaton-Niedermeyr
Jane Keaton-Niedermeyr
January 20, 2010
I will always treasure the memories of the hundreds of hours Joan and I enjoyed with Beth and Al. They made the Amherst Museum and the Park Club along with their friendship, something special.
George Measer
January 20, 2010
One of our great broadcasting pioneers has left us but not without leaving his mark on all he touched over the years. I enjoyed my association with Mr. A. from the old XRA and WINE era through my involvement on the Buffalo Broadcasters Board of Directors. A true legend never to be forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
J R Reid
January 20, 2010
I had the sincere pleasure of working with Al as a Board Member of Recra Enviromental, Inc. His insight and contributions were extreemly valuable to us all. As Al's family, please accept my personal condolences and deepest sympathies for your loss.
Robert Wyeth
January 20, 2010
Dear Debbie and Linda,

My deepest sympathies to you and your family. I will always remember the wonderful times we shared with you and your wonderful parents.

Fondly,

Josette Sfeir
Austin, TX
January 20, 2010