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Kaniecki, John B. (1884-1948)

John B. Kaniecki
b: 1884 d: 19 Mar 1948

Lockport Sun & Journal

Albion, March 20 - Coroner John G. Ellis of Albion said Friday that a verdict of suicide will be issued in the death Thursday of John B. Kaniecki, 63, who was found hanging from a rafter in the garage behind his home here by his wife. Mr. Kaniecki was employed for many years at the Crowther Coal Co. in Albion.


Pawlaczyk, John J. (1923-2010)

John J. Pawlaczyk
b: June 5, 1923 d: 21 Dec 2010

Medina Journal Register

Albion - John J. Pawlaczyk, age 87, formerly of Moore Street, died December 21, 2010 in The Villages of Orleans following a short illness. He was born June 5, 1923 in Albion to Martin and Lucy Pawlaczyk and was a lifetime resident of this area.

John was a member of St. Mary's Assumption Church. He retired from Fisher Price in Medina, where he worked as a tool and dye maker. He was an avid collector of antiques, coins, and fishing lures.

Pawlaczyk, Monica Falkowski (1924-2009)

Monica M. Pawlaczyk
b: 3 Feb 1924 d: 25 Jan 2009

Albion - Monica M. Pawlaczyk, age 84 of Moore Street, died January 25, 2009 at her residence following a long illness. She was born February 3, 1924 in Batavia to Joseph and Matilda Szalkowski Falkowski and was a lifetime resident of this area. She was a member of St. Mary's Church and belonged to the Rosary Society and the Mother's Club.

Pawlaczyk, Anne M. (1960-2006)

Anne Pawlaczyk

b: 25 Jan 1960 d: 24 Mar 2006

Albion - Anne M. Pawlaczyk, age 46 of Moore Street, died March 24, 2006 in Parkridge Hospital following a long illness. She was born January 25, 1960 in Albion to John and Monica Falkowski Pawlaczyk and was a life-long resident of this area. Anne was a member of St. Mary's Church and worked for Rural Opportunities supervising the Visions program. She also taught many people English as a second language.

Norkowski, Frank (1889-1957)

Frank Norkowski

b: 1889 d: 30 Oct 1957

Medina Daily Journal

Albion - Frank Norkowski, 68, formerly of Albion, died Wednesday in the Canandaigua Veterans Hospital. He was a veteran of World War I and a former American Legion member here. He leaves three sisters, Mrs. Francis Jaworski of Rochester, Mrs. Mary Santos of Williwick, Ohio, and Mrs. Celia Cotriss of Medina; a brother Leo, of the Canandaigua Veterans Hospital, and several nieces and nephews.