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Apr 22, 2016
Edwin F. Helak
Edwin F. Helak, 68, of Attica passed away suddenly at his home on Thursday April 7, 2016. He was born on March 31, 1948 in Buffalo to the late Florian and Joan (Kisiel) Helak.
Edwin was a member of the US Marine Corps and a retired Corrections officer of 30 years from Attica Correctional Facility. He was a graduate of Depew High School in 1965. He was very active in the community along with serving as President of AYA Baseball as well as a youth baseball coach for over 10 years. He was an avid golfer, hunter, gardener, and loved being outdoors.
Ed is survived by his loving wife of over 40 years Barbara A. (Slawatycki) Helak of Attica; a son Mark (Melissa) Helak of Lancaster; brother Paul (Dolly) Helak of Attica; sisters Margaret (Eugene) Weiss of Cheektowaga and Barbara Dobies of West Seneca; brother in law Ronald (Debbie) Slawatycki of Cheektowaga and sister in law Joanne Kirsch of Alexander along with many nieces and nephews.
Family and friends are invited to call on Monday April 11, 2016 from 4:00 – 8:00P... (The Daily News Online)Feb 3, 2016
Thomas P. Zak Sr.
Thomas P. Zak Sr., 70, of Attica passed away Monday January 18, 2016 at Buffalo General Hospital.
He was born September 16, 1945 in Batavia, New York to the late Michael (Agnes Pelton) Zak.
He is preceded in death by his wife Patricia (Ingersoll) Zak; brother James Zak and father-in-law Niles Ingersoll.
Thomas a United States Army Veteran served a tour in Vietnam and received a Vietnam Campaign Medal. After leaving the Army he worked at Doehler-jarvis Machine Shop in Batavia and went on to retire from the Batavia VA Medical Center. Thomas was a member of the Attica American Legion Post 734 and the Alexander VFW Post 6239. He loved his family, especially his grand and great-grandchildren. He will be missed dearly by all those who knew him.
He is survived by his children Cheryl (Scott) Ash of Attica, Thomas (Suzanne) Zak Jr. of West Seneca, Steven (Elizabeth) Zak of Williamsville; sisters Mary (Rick) Smith of Batavia, Elaine Zak of Attica, Becky (Phil) Walker of Warsaw; mother-in-law Margaret Ingersoll; sister-in... (The Daily News Online)Feb 3, 2016
Karen Ann Shaw
Surviving is her brother, Richard (Kathleen) Shaw of Batavia; a nephew, Steven (Claire) Shaw of Corfu; 2 nieces, Marilyn (Gary) Almeter-Milbrand of Attica and Lori Wright of NC; several great-nieces and great-nephews.
She was predeceased by her niece, Beverly Shaw Miller.
Friends may call on Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. at Bohm-Calarco-Smith Funeral Home, 308 E. Main St, Batavia, where services will be at 10 a.m., Saturday. Burial will be in Grand View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the SPCA of Wyoming County, 808 Creek Road, Attica, NY 14011. Please leave a condolence, share a story or light a candle at www.bataviafuneralhomes.com.
(The Daily News Online)Feb 3, 2016
Turner County's Johnson-Green to speak at annual MLK breakfast
Turner County Chamber of Commerce Board, and Turner County Connections Board. She currently serves on the Executive Board of Ruth’s Cottage and The Patticake House, along with the Coastal Plains Area EOA and Head Start.
She was hired in the Turner County Clerk’s Office in 1984. She left the clerk’s office in 1992 to take a job with the Prosecuting Attorney’s Council in the Drug Prosecution Division where she worked for three years. In 1995 she became a legal assistant at the Law Office of the late Ken R. Hilyer. After Hilyer’s sudden death in November 2004, she was sworn in as the Clerk of the State Court of Turner County.
Johnson-Green is the first black elected official in Turner County and the first black Clerk of Superior Court. Currently, she is the Clerk of the Superior, State and Juvenile courts for Turner County. In 2009 she received dual certificates from the University of Georgia Carl Vinson Institute of Government as the Clerk of the Superior Court and Clerk of the State Court. This was the first time a clerk ever received both certificates at one time.
Her hobbies are reading, trekking through the woods with her grandchildren, working in her flowers, studying the scriptures and most of all helping others. She is married to Lester Carl Green; they have three children and five wonderful grandchildren.
Charleston Carter, committee chair, said, “The theme for the breakfast is 'Remember! Celebrate! Act! A day on and Not a Day Off.' Yes, we should remember and celebrate the life and works of Dr. King, but there is also a call to action. Dr. King strongly believed in helping others and it is incumbent upon us to perpetuate that important part of his legacy.”
... (Tifton Gazette)