Jill A. Fulater (nee Kasprzyk)
Died: Jul 26, 2015
Jill  A.  Fulater (nee Kasprzyk)
FULATER - JILL A., (nee Kasprzyk)

After a brief illness on Sunday, July 26, 2015 Jill A. Fulater age 62, passed away at her Buffalo Home.


Jill was born in Depew New York on November 14, 1952  the daughter of Stanley Kasprzyk and Thelma (nee Unselt) Kasprzyk.

Wife of Michael John Fulater of Scottsville New York. Mother of Dylan Fulater. Dear daughter of Thelma (nee Unselt) Kasprzyk and the late Stanley Kasprzyk.  Loving  sister of Jack (Carol) Kasperzyk of Darien Center & Kathy Mitchell of Depew New York.  Aunt of  Mary Kay & Kyle Mitchell. Jill is also survived by cousins and friends, including her very dear friend Joyce Calleya & Family of Brantford Ontario Canada.

Expressions of sympathy in honor of Jill may be directed to the Juvinele Diabetes Foundation.

Kindly consider leaving a message of condolence and/or sharing a favorite story of Jill. All condolences will be placed in the Fulater Book of Memories.

There will be no prior visitation, there will be a private inurnment at St. Mary's Church of the Assumption Cemetery, 1 St. Mary's Hill Lancaster New York 14086 at the convenience of Jill's Family.


The Kevin M. Mason Funeral Home has been entrusted with the final arrangements.   Kevin M. Mason Funeral Home 154 Weimar Street Buffalo New York 14206.  (716) 362-0199  Fax: (716) 462-5355  email:

June Stables
August 12th, 2015 1:39 pm
Jill...Where to begin, you have been my friend for 40years,I wish we had 40 more. Son of a b----. I love you like a sister. Our last week-end together was a blast, a memory that I will hold in my heart always. I was the greatest scalper for your Eagles tickets. I am so sad that you never got to meet Harlie but trust me, she will know all about her Aunt Jill. The week-ends we spent with you every July 4th at Buffalo Hills and every other place you lived were some of the greatest highlights of my life.You were so accommodating to Joyce myself and the 20 or 30 other family members that were there with us. Please know you will never be forgotten, Until we meet again, I love you with all that I am and missing you so much, more than words can ever say. Rest now Jill until I get there,with a drink and smoke for you. Love you always, your sister June xoxox P.S. I know who threw out your Trolls.
Laurali Deats
August 3rd, 2015 9:23 pm
Weird veggies,summer sausage, woodstock, oh so many great things you shared with me truly an amazing person it has been along time but my heart was touched knowing you and your family
David Doxtater
August 3rd, 2015 8:41 pm
Rest easy Jill. I will miss your easy smile, fast laugher and your ability to remain forever young. Your Friend, David
Tracy Lavelle
July 31st, 2015 11:21 am
Jilly Jilly Jilly....You will be missed sweet lady!!!Joyce, Jeri, June and I were blessed to be with you the week prior to your departure to the netherworld!!! I know you will be stronger, more beautiful and annoying the hell outta the bouncer at the pearly gates!!!! Save us all a seat until we can hook up with you again!!! As the girls alluded to, you are now and always have been a part of our family...and all the wonderful times we all shared together are embedded in our hearts and minds...You are unique, kind, caring and loving and remembering all these things makes missing you something that will continue until we meet again!!Love you!!! Tracy xo
Jeri Hinton
July 30th, 2015 5:35 am
Jill...I am honoured to have known you and how soon you became a big part of our family over the years. I will always remember your infectious laughter, smile and your accent. You always opened up your home to all my family whether there was only 1 or 10 of us coming down for a visit. At home here in Canada, we could hardly wait till you came and visited because we would wonder what you were bringing in your car besides the "kitchen sink" (smiling). As Joyce are a sister in our family...besides your name started with a "J" and you fit right in. I love you Jill always have...always will xoxox
Joyce Calleya
July 28th, 2015 9:10 pm
Jill; Where do I even begin. It’s hard to sum up a friendship with just a few words. You were not only my best friend, you were like one of my sisters. You were a big part of my family for the past 40 years. Everyone loved you for who you were. I am going to miss you so much. To think of all the good times we shared and memories we have made over the years makes me smile. You made me smile. Sometimes we would laugh so hard we’d cry and then we’d laugh some more. You continually gave all of yourself and all that you had to me and my family. Your love was unconditional and you never asked for anything in return. Your love for life was no exception. Your love of travel, music, dancing and your pets. Just being around people made you shine. Had I known that that when I came to visit you that last weekend, it would be our last I would have done anything to make it last and to make you know what you meant to me and just how special you were. You deserved to know that and so much more. I am so blessed to have had you in my life. You are and always will be my sister. Love you to the moon and back Joyce xx
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