Mathew Allen Smith unexpectedly December 21, 2018 born October 22, 1989 in Batavia, NY he is the son of David L. and Martha J (Acker) Smith. A Eagle Scout and graduate of Wilson High School he entered the United States Marine Corps. serving 4 years. Attending Niagara County Community College he was still working on his degree and working at Value Home Center in Lockport. Mathew liked spending time with family and friends and hanging out with his girlfriend and dog Garmr he also enjoyed cooking. Besides his parents he is survived by a sister Brittany Smith; grandfather David Smith; grandmother Shirley Linnenbank; aunts, uncles, cousins, and his girlfriend Kristin. Predeceasing is grandparents Frank and Jean Acker a Celebration of Mathew's Life will be held at a date to be announced, arrangements by the Hamilton and Clark Funeral Home 270 Young Street Wilson. 


Sandra Marie Secrist 78 of Lockport, NY passed away in December 8, 2018 after a long illness with Huntingtons Disease. A daughter of the late Victor and Mildred (Snyder) Campbell she is also predeceased by her siblings Patricia, Mildred, Bob, William, Joseph, George, Lynn, and Jim. A graduate of Lockport High School Sandra was an employee of Harrison Radiator Division of General Motors Corporation. Surviving is a son Brett Secrist of Wake Forest, NC also numerous nieces and nephews. A Remembrance Service will be held January 5, 2018 in the Ross Funeral Home Gaul Chapel 263 East Avenue Lockport from 10 A.M. to 11:59 A.M. and 3-6 P.M. Memorial Donations to Huntington’s Disease Foundation P O Box 912 Salado, TX 76571. hamiltonclarkonline.com

Moyer – Margaret ‘Marge’

January 5, 2019 in her 99th year. Wife of the late Myron ‘Bud’ Moyer; mother of Myron (Lori) Moyer, Dave (Anne) Moyer and the late Susan Faery/Apolito; predeceased by her siblings; survived by several nieces and nephews; grandmother of Bill, Maggie, Ben, Emily and Michael; great grandmother of Mitch, Ben, Evan, Jack, Andrea, Grace and Rose. Marge was a graduate of the University at Buffalo Nursing School and as a registered nurse dedicated her career to helping people in need. Marge and Bud settled in the Wilson Harbor, built two separate homesteads and ran a marina business for 60 years making numerous friends along the way. Marge was a member of and dedicated to many organizations including St Paul’s Lutheran Church and the Wilson Golden Agers. Marge’s interests included gardening, sewing and knitting - she created beautiful christening dresses for numerous family members – but all were overshadowed by a good political argument. Marge loved her German Shepherds and the companionship they brought to her life; she had several dedicated mates including Brutus and Buster. Marge’s life was dedicated to her family - particularly her grandchildren and great grandchildren – and she influenced all of their lives immeasurably. It was a great ride. Visitation Wednesday 3-7 at Hamilton and Clark Funeral Home in Wilson. Funeral Services will be held at 11AM on Thursday at St Paul’s Lutheran Church in Wilson. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (www.jdrf.org) or Niagara Hospice (www.niagarahospice.org).

On January 7, 2019, Kevin P. Kress, age 53, of Wilson, NY went peacefully into rest. He was

born on January 19, 1965, to Michael T. Kress and Keitha A. Kress (Peet). Kevin lived in the

Village of Wilson his whole life. Kevin enjoyed spending his time with his three daughters. He

was an active member of the Wilson Conservation Club. Kevin was known by friends and family

for being an excellent cook. He enjoyed watching football, hockey, and NASCAR. Kevin also

enjoyed fishing and hunting.

He is survived by his three daughters Rachel Kress, Sara Kress, Kaylie Kress; mother Keitha

Kress; brother Wayne Kress; and his late father Michael Kress.

Viewing will be held at Hamilton & Clark Funeral Home in Wilson, NY on Friday, January 11

from 4pm-8pm. Funeral services will be Saturday, January 12 at 12pm at Hamilton & Clark

Funeral Home and burial services will follow at Greenwood Cemetery Wilson, NY.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the “Children of Kevin Kress Memorial” at Ontario

Shores Federal Credit Union P.O. Box 9 Newfane, NY 14108-0009.

Judith Ann Hueber January 19, 2019 in Elderwood at Lockport born August 16, 1940 in Lockport to the late Carl and Mabel (Kemp) Heuber. A High School Graduate she worked at Harrison Radiator as a Production Worker. Surviving is her brothers Carl (Patricia) Hueber; Richard (Elizabeth) Hueber; Roger (Roxanne) Hueber; and Dudley (Marlene) Hueber; also several nieces and nephews. A Service will be held Wednesday at 2 P.M. in Cold Springs Cemetery arrangements by the Ross Funeral Home Gaul Chapel Lockport. Hamiltonclarkonline.com




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