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Cheryl M. Brodlowicz
Died: Jun 16, 2017
Cheryl  M. Brodlowicz

BRODLOWICZ - Cheryl   M.

Of "Kaisertown", age 62 passed away suddenly on Friday June 16, 2017 at Mercy Hospital in South Buffalo. Cheryl was born in Buffalo New York on March 17, 1955 to the late Marion and Dolores (nee Szczodrowski) Brodlowicz.Loving sister of Allen (Lauri) Brodlowicz of Kaisertown and the late Beverly (nee Brodlowicz) Klosin.  Cheryl is also survived by her uncle Francis Szczodrowski and nieces, nephews great nieces and nephews and a great niece.

Cheryl was an employee of Avery Dennison ( CCL)  in Buffalo for twenty -five years. She volunteered at St . Casimir Tuesday Night Bingo. She made and sold her own chocolate candy.  She was an avid bowler with the Saturday night mixed couple leauge at Thruway and Airport Lanes for many years.  She liked to crotchet in her spare time.

Cheryl will be missed by everyone who knew her. She was the type of person that would put everyone before herself. She loved cook-outs and enjoyed spending the holidays with family and friends.

Family and friends are cordially invited to commemorate her life with her family on SATURDAY, JUNE 24th between the hours of 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm at the Kevin M. Mason Funeral Home 154 Weimar Street (at the corner of Casimir Street). Chaplin Robert Rybarczyk will officiate a service at 6:00 pm.

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The Brodlowicz Family has entrusted the KEVIN M.MASON FUNERAL HOME with final arrangements.  Kevin M. Mason Funeral Home  154 Weimar Street Buffalo NY 14206. (716) 362-0199 Fax: (716) 462-5355 www.kevinmmasonfuneralhome.com Email: kevinmmason@yahoo.com

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Bridgette Tolerton
#4
June 19th, 2017 10:25 pm
I first met Cheryl when my Bestie, married her brother, Allen! She was just wonderful & Loving & I wish I had more time with her.......... My plans were bringing me to Buffalo, NY PERMANENTLY, from Southern California, this October! Cheryl was someone I wanted to get to know better & be a friend to........ I LOVED to help her see the BEAUTY that was inside of her! Such a BEAUTIFUL & LOVING SOUL & I MISS YOU, Not being in Buffalo, when I get there......... No one else will fill that spot in my heart & NY, will just not be the SAME without my friend....... Much Love to the family, through this time......... Also, another angel, is now looking out for me! Fly high, my friend!
Sophia-Katherine Wroblewski
#3
June 19th, 2017 10:13 am
Cheryl was definitely a quiet and reserved woman but was an amazing soul and dear friend that was always there if you needed her. I met Cheryl thru my husband Bill.I liked her instantly and enjoyed many outings and conversations with her. I still look for her messages to me and her posts. Always had a smile when it was needed. I will miss her dearly. Fly high Cheryl.Thank you for your kind heart.
Patricia Donnolly
#2
June 19th, 2017 7:01 am
Cheryl was a very non assuming and quite person. Always in the background. What truly brought her to light was her smile, which lit up a room. She was always to first to help, listen, volunteer and just "be there" for anyone. Her notice says she put everyone's needs before her own and that is absolute true. She had a heart the size of Texas and you met Cheryl ONLY once as a stranger but had her forever as a friend. Most definitely GOOD PEOPLE. She loved bowling and made delicious chocolates! Cheryl, it has been my highest honor, my deepest privilege and a true pleasure and joy to have known you and been among your friends. Although suddenly you were called home, no chance to say good-bye, you knew you were loved. Good Speed my friend and know this: ALTHOUGH GONE, YOUR SMILE, PERSONALITY, LAUGHTER AND SPIRIT WILL LIVE FOREVER WITHIN THE HEARTS OF COUNTLESS FRIENDS AND FAMILY MEMBERS. Patty
Wendy Klosin
#1
June 18th, 2017 9:47 pm
My aunt was a wonderful person. Thoughts and Prayers are with my uncle and other family members at this time. I love u and here if u need anything. Fly hight aunt Cheryl.
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