Edward Buddy R Lawler Sr  November 25 1935  March 24 2020

Edward Buddy R Lawler Sr November 25 1935 March 24 2020

November 25 1935 March 24 2020
Edward “Buddy”‘s Obituary The long time owner of “Buddy’s Towing” and “Hubcaps”, Edward R. “Buddy” Lawler, Sr., passed away at Erie County Medical Center, after complications from a fall, at the age of 84. Ed was a veteran of the US Coast Guard from 1956 till 1964, then worked several years for General Mills and started Buddy’s Towing in 1979. He was the devoted son of the late Margaret (Armstrong) Lawler and the late Edward Lawler. A devoted father of Timothy Lawler, Karen Lawler, Edward R. Lawler, Jr. and the late Kathleen Burdzy. The fond grandfather of Aaron, Cory, Patrick (Emily), David (Katina), Amanda, Bonnie, and Elizabeth. Buddy was the dearest brother of Joan Latona, and late Joyce Matonti and also survived by several nieces and nephews. Services were held privately by the immediate family. Feel free to scroll through and leave your favorite pictures in the “Photos” tab and also leave condolences for the family in the “Guestbook” tab on this site. Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Edward Buddy R Lawler Sr November 25 1935 March 24 2020.

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

death notice Edward Buddy R Lawler Sr November 25 1935 March 24 2020

obituary notice Edward Buddy R Lawler Sr November 25 1935 March 24 2020

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  1. Edward, I am just hearing of this now. I am so terribly sorry to hear your father passed away. I didn’t know him well, but I didn’t have a chance to know you as well as your other siblings did. If you read this, know I think of you often.

    John J. Noreck
    July 2, 2020.



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