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Georgette A. Kubiak
Died: May 3, 2017
Georgette A. Kubiak

KUBIAK - Georgette A.


Age 97  passed away peacefully on Wednesday, May 3, 2017.  "Georgie" was born in Cardinal Ontario Canada, the only daughter of George and Edith (nee Ludek) Kubiak. Her family came to Buffalo in 1932 and settled in Cheektowaga, where Georgie lived for 65 years.

She worked for AM&A Department Store as a retail sales clerk for many years. She also waitressed for years at various restaurants including the Manhattan and Roseland. She loved reading and writing short stories. She became engaged to her long time friend Michael Pilarski, also of Cheektowaga. Unfortunately, Michael died two years later of cancer.

Georgie was a strong woman, very ethical, always "in the ready to help others", kept an immaculate home and yard. Her most favorite hobby was clothes shopping, and would boast that she had over 50 pairs of shoes at one time.  Her nieces and nephews meant the world to her and were like her own children.  Her only sibling, her brother Robert passed away in San Diego in 2000.

Georgie is survived by two nieces; Catherine (Frank) Domonick of CA and Maureen (Lawerence) O'Connor of VA, a nephew;
Michael (the late Jacqueline) Kubiak of FLA. Several great nieces and nephews and her devoted friend of 60 years Ellen Bishop as well as dedicated caregivers.

At Georgies request cremation will take place and private burial of the cremains.  There will be no public services. To honor her legacy, kindly do an act of good will toward a stranger, as she lived her life doing so.

Please leave a message of condolence and/or share a favorite memory of Georgie.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the KEVIN M. MASON FUNERAL HOME 154 Weimar Street Buffalo New York 14206. (716) 362-0199  Fax: (716) 462-5355 www.kevinmmasonfuneralhome.com email:kevinmmason@yahoo.com



Condolences:
Stephanie Lawerence - Golombek
#1
May 20th, 2017 12:16 pm
I am truly sorry for the passing of Georgie. I used to be one of her care-givers for many years. In addition to being her care-giver, I knew her from the neighborhood. I enjoyed our "Iced Tea Cocktails " on the porch and wonderful conversations. She always amazed me with what she lived through and remembered. She spoke with such conviction, detail and enthuiasism and always laughed at her own stories. She was such a sweet lady. I started to bring my granddaughters over and they two enjoyed their visits. They enjoyed a multitude of conversations, most especially the ones that began with....."When I was your age"...... Rest in Sweet Peace dear lady. You deserve that to say the very least. I shall never forget you. In fact, the tea pot sits proudly on the kitchen table!!!!!! Stephanie Golombek
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