Patricia Conniff Attfield went home to be with her Lord and Savior on December 1, 2018 at theage of 71. Pat was a devoted wife, mother, nana and friend. She will be greatly missed bymany, but she is now happily reunited with the love of her life Alfred Attfield who predeceasedher in 2007. Born May 30, 1947 in Buffalo, NY she was the daughter of William and Ellen Marie(Rickard)Conniff. Pat graduated from Maryvale Central School in 1965. She earned an associatesdegree from Niagara County Community College and a BA in English Literature from theUniversity at Buffalo. In 1968 she married Alfred G. Attfield in Williamsville, NY. Later that yearAl and Pat entered the VISTA Program which took them to North Carolina. While working forthe Cumberland County Community Action Program she made a huge difference in the lives ofmany. Pat was a gifted teacher who touched the lives of many. She taught English at ChristianAcademy of Western New York for many years. She was a strong woman of faith and shedemonstrated this through her words and actions. Pat was a long time member of St. John’sEpiscopal Church in Wilson. She used her time and talents to teach Bible Studies and SundaySchool. She was a resident of Wilson for over 40 years. She will be greatly missed by her children, Beth (Jeffrey) Pyskaty of Lockport, Rebecca Attfield of Sanborn, and Andrew Attfield of Wilson as well as her grandchildren, Michael, Matthew, and Daniel Pyskaty. She is also survived by two brothers William (Alice) Conniff of Panama City, Fl. and James (Nancy) Conniff of Getzville, and a sister-in-law Kathleen (David) Forsythe of LaceyWA. She was aunt to Erik (Cassandra) Conniff and Liam Conniff. Friends may come to call on Wednesday Dec. 5, 2018 from 4-8 PM at Hamilton and Clark Funeral Home, Young St. Wilson. A service to celebrate Pat’s life will be held on Thursday Dec. 6, 2018 at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 431 Lake St. Wilson starting at 10:00 am. Internment will be at Greenwood Cemetery, Wilson NY directly following the service. Due to health concerns fresh flowers are gratefully declined. If you would like to honor Pat please consider a donation to Niagara Hospice, Inc., 4675 Sunset Drive, Lockport, NY 14094-1231 or Wilson Ambulance Fund ℅ Wilson Fire Company, Young St., Wilson, NY 14172. We are eternally grateful to Hospice for the care and compassion that they provided to Pat andto the Wilson volunteers who always came to her aid. 

 Anna J. (Faron) Cummings December 1, 2018 in Newfane Rehab with her family at her side, born March 30, 1944 in Niagara Falls she was a daughter of the late James and Caroline (Wieszczyk) Faron. She worked at General Motors for 20 years and was married to Gerald Cummings, a devote catholic she enjoyed crocheting bingo coloring movies traveling and Hawaii. Surviving is a son David Cummings; daughter Kim (Michael) Delucas; 8 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Also surviving is a brother John (Margret) Faron; and sisters Joan (late George) Woodley; and Sally (late Stanley) Zajac. Visitation will be Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 in the Ross Funeral Home Gaul Chapel 263 East Avenue Lockport where Funeral Services will be held Thursday at 11 A.M.

 Raymond J. Forsyth, November 27, 2018 in Newfane Rehab. Born April 17, 1930 in Buffalo, he attended Riverside High School graduating in 1947.Drafted into the Army in 1951, serving two years of the Korean War at Fort Richardson in Alaska, honorably discharged 1953. Ray married Janice in 1953 celebrating 50 years of marriage in 2003 He attended Buffalo State Teachers College 1956-59, receiving his Masters in 1963. He started teaching elementary school in Ransomville 1959, retiring 1985.Purchasing a home in Wilson 1963, he was responsible for starting the yearly Flag Day Ceremony at Stevenson Elementary. Ray received an Americanism Award from the Legion in 1985 and was instrumental in starting Scout Troop 67, becoming Scoutmaster and earning a Wood Badge Award. Joining the Wilson Lions Club 1963 and serving as President 1967, 1976, 1989, 1992, and 2007, serving as Lions Zone Chairman for District 20 N 1969-1970, he held every position but Tail Twister, also being a Melvin Jones Fellow 2004.Surviving is a son, Stuart Forsyth; grandsons, Ezra and Jerad Forsyth; niece, Lyn Ende; and nephew, Douglas Sherman. A Memorial Mass will be held Thursday, December 6 at Noon in St. Brendan on the Lake, Wilson, followed by Military Honors in Greenwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations are to the Wilson Lions Club. Arrangements by Hamilton and Clark Funeral Home