Obituaries H-P

Piazza, Helen A. Bloom (1922-2012)

Helen A. Piazza
b: 11 Nov 1922 d: 5 Dec 2012

Helen A. Piazza, age 90, died December 5, 2012 at the Villages of Orleans. She was born November 11, 1922 in the Town of Gaines, a daughter of the late Stanley and Bessie (Praxeda) Ciesielski Bloom.

Lubomski, John (1874-1938)

John Lubomski
b: 1874 d: 20 Dec 1938

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Albion - Funeral services for John Lubomski, 64, who died in the Arnold Gregory Memorial Hospital Tuesday will be at 9am. Saturday at St. Mary's Church with burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. For more than 50 years, he had resided in Albion and for several years had been manager of the Orleans Quarry Company.

He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Victoria Laskowski and Mrs. Mary Dykal, Albion, and Mrs. Valeria Newsome, Rochester.

Jozwiak, Leonard (1901-1953)

Leonard Jozwiak
b: 1901 d: 26 Sep 1953

The Holley Standard

Leonard Jozwiak, 52, of Albion died on Saturday, Sept. 26, 1953. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Clara Jozwiak; his mother, Mrs. Mary Jozwiak; two daughters, Mrs. Eleanor Zwifka and Mrs. Sophia Levandowski; and a grandson, all of Albion; three brothers, Henry and John of Albion and Frank of Buffalo; and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Lagowski of Buffalo and Mrs. Cecile Klawitter of Cheektowaga.

Kaniecki, Stanley Paul (1913-1980)

Stanley Paul Kaniecki
b: 1913 d: 14 Mar 1980

Medina Journal Register

Albion - Prayer services were held today at Christopher-Mitchell Funeral Home Inc., 21 West Ave., for Stanley Paul Kaniecki, at 9:30am. Mr. Kaniecki, 67, of Chamberlain Street, died Friday at his residence.

A mass of Christian burial was held at 10am at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, followed by military services held at graveside at Mount Albion Cemetery.

Kaniecki, Pauline Zwifka Keller (1921-1979)

Pauline Zwifka Keller Kaniecki
b: 1921 d: 29 Oct 1979

Medina Journal Register

Pauline Zwifka Keller Kaniecki, 58, of Albion, died Monday at Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, following a long illness.

Mrs. Kaniecki was born in the Town of Carlton and had lived in the Albion-Holley area most of her life.

She was a member of St. Joseph's Church, Albion, a member of the Albion Fire Department's Ladies Auxiliary, and had been an employee of Eastman Kodak in Rochester.