Thomas A. PETSCHKE
PETSCHKE - Thomas A.
August 30, 2020, age 75, beloved husband of 56 years to Gail (nee Lewis) Petschke; dear father of Cheryl (Peter) Steffan, Christine (Alan) Ruffner and Thomas (Colleen) Petschke, Jr.; loving grandfather of Kaitlin (Jeremiah) Smith, Elena Steffan, Kyle, Brandon and Joshua Ruffner and Matthew and Megan Petschke; brother of Glenn (Fran) Petschke and the late Bea Steffanhagen; also survived by nieces and nephews. The family will be present to receive friends Wednesday 3-7 PM at the (Harris Hill Chapel) AMIGONE FUNERAL HOME, INC., 8440 Main St., Clarence. Funeral Services will be held Thursday morning at 10 AM at Parkside Lutheran Church, 2 Wallace Ave., Buffalo. Family and friends invited. (Everyone is asked to please assemble at church.) Flowers gratefully declined. If desired, memorials may be made in Thomas' memory to Parkside Lutheran Church. Mr. Petschke was a Master Electrician for IPL. As you prepare to attend, please be mindful that Face Coverings and 6 foot separation are required at all times. Current capacity restrictions may cause delayed entry. Thank you for your comfort, support and understanding. Please visit Thomas' Tribute Page at www.AMIGONE.com to view his tribute video and share memories and condolences.


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Published by Buffalo News on Aug. 31, 2020.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Sep
2
Visitation
3:00p.m. - 7:00p.m.
Amigone Funeral Home
8440 Main Street, Clarence, NY 14221
Sep
3
Funeral service
10:00a.m.
Parkside Lutheran Church
2 Wallace Ave, Buffalo, New York
Funeral services provided by:
Amigone Funeral Home
GUEST BOOK
Sponsored by Amigone Funeral Home Harris Hill Chapel.
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I love and will miss your daily WHERE ARE YOU? Love Jayne
Jayne
September 6, 2020
I love and will miss your daily words WHERE ARE YOU?
Jayne
September 6, 2020
Uncle Tom was not just a Great husband and father, he was a wonderful man. His inspiration and charity to me and my family will be never forgotten. I learned a lot on how to become a man from Uncle Tom. When I first joined the military and told uncle Tom that I was going to be an electrician, he told me to be safe and gave me a quote that I've used almost every day. The quote was There is no dumb old electricians, Safety First. Although I have stumbled a few times I have always remembered what he told me. Uncle Tom will be greatly missed. Love your nephew Louie.
Louie Puricelli
September 1, 2020
I am so very sorry . I will keep you and your family in my prayers.
Donna Sawicki (Flo Doyle's sister)
August 31, 2020
Gail, so sorry to hear of Tom' passing. He was one of our favorite people at St. John's. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Tom and Linda Stuber
August 31, 2020
Rest In Peace Brother.
Jim Voye
Coworker
August 31, 2020