Francis Frank R Olszowka  December 03 1937  November 30 2019

Francis Frank R Olszowka December 03 1937 November 30 2019

December 03 1937 November 30 2019
Francis Frank’s Obituary A 30-year retired Stationary Engineer at Sisters of Charity Hospital, in Buffalo, New York, Francis “Frank” Olszowka, passed away at Buffalo Mercy Hospital, at the age of 81. Frank previously worked at Hanna Furnace and Roswell Park for a short while and he also enjoyed his time on the CB Radio where he was known by the handle of “Skylark” for many years. Most recently he was an Usher and helped out whenever he could at Fourteen Holy Helpers Church, in West Seneca, New York. He was the beloved husband of Kathleen (nee Piepszny) Olszowka and devoted father of Marcy Reamsnyder and Tony Olszowka. A loving grandfather of Austin Reamsnyder, McKenzie Olszowka, Samantha Olszowka, and Lucas Olszowka. The devoted son of the late Mary (nee Babieracki) and late Adam Olszowka and dearest brother of Agnes (Alfred) Waz and Barbara (Fabian) Jasinski and he was also survived by nieces, nephews, and cousins. Relatives and friends are invited to assemble for a Mass of Christian Burial at Fourteen Holy Helpers Church, located at 1345 Indian Church Road at Union Road, in West Seneca, NY on Wednesday morning at 9:30 AM. Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Francis Frank R Olszowka December 03 1937 November 30 2019.

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Death notice for the town of: Buffalo, state: New York

death notice Francis Frank R Olszowka December 03 1937 November 30 2019

obituary notice Francis Frank R Olszowka December 03 1937 November 30 2019

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