joan l.kole
GREECE: Thursday, November 15, 2007 at age 71. Survived by her loving husband, Raymond Kole; son, Richard (Heidi) Kole; daughters, Linda (James) Albright, Patti Kole (Joseph Weber); brother-in-law, Donald Kole; sister-in-law, Christine Kole; grandchildren, Tyler & Kyle Kole, Greg, Richard & Mark Albright, Brianna & Joseph Weber; Great-grandchild, Evan Albright; niece, Denise Porter; nephew, Kenneth Kole. Friends may call Monday 2-4 & 7-9 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home 1075 Long Pond Road. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated Tuesday 9:30 AM at St. Mark's Church, 54 Kuhn Rd.. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY or Lifetime Care Hospice in her memory

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  1. Dear Ray, Lin, Rick, and Patti,

    Jim and I have been remising about all the wonderful times we have had from our camping trips to our Sunday night dinners and our trips to Buffalo to see both of your Moms/grand moms.

    We feel so BLESS to have been able to spend some time with our Joan this summer. We have been with you in thought and prayer through the pass months and the very difficult weeks you have all just experienced.

    We feel so bad that we won’t be able to be with you all Monday and Tuesday. But we are certain that you will have many friends and family there with you.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Joan was such a wonderful friend and I always remember her talking about taking care of all the patients in the nursing home. (Including my Grandmother)

    We will be there with all of you in spirit Monday and Tuesday. We love you all.

    Love,
    Uncle Jim and Aunt Son

  2. I am very sorry to hear about your loss. Joan was very nice to me when we worked together at Hamilton Manor Nursing Home. I know she will be greatly missed. She was a blessing to everyone that she came in contact with.She will surely be missed.I will be 0praying for your family.

  3. I am very sorry to hear about your loss. Joan was very nice to me when we worked together at Hamilton Manor Nursing Home. I know she will be greatly missed. She was a blessing to everyone that she came in contact with.She will surely be missed.I will be praying for your family.

  4. Joan was a very special person who touched my life. I will forever cherish her love for life and the people around her. Myheart goes out to you Ray, Lin, Rick and Patti……..may time heal, you will have such wonderful memories to hang on to. She was a wonderful woman!
    Love to you all,
    Marianne

  5. Mr. Kole,
    I am so sorry to here about your loss of Mrs. Kole. She was a great person to have known. I have so many wonderful memories of her and your family as we grew up. I will pray for her and your familyduring these difficult times. If there is anything I can do for you please contact me anytime.
    May God Bless , Patrick F, Healy Jr. and family

  6. Ray and Family,

    So sorry for you great loss. If there is
    any need that you have please do not
    hesitate to call.

    Joan will be greatly missed, she was
    a great lady.

    Much love & prayers to all.

  7. Ray and Family,
    I am so sorry to hear about Joan. Beverly called me last night. Joan is one of the sweetest ladies I had the pleasure of being friends with. She touched so many lives with love and kindness.
    I know we haven’t seen each other in many years,but I think of you often. We had so many good times together and I will never forget them.
    God bless you and your family.
    Love,
    Cheryl

  8. Ray and family. Tom & I continue to have you in our thoughts and prayers. You have many many good memories and times of Joan. We knew her only shortly, but how she affected our lives with her kidness and humor.

  9. Ray and the Kids, we are so sorry on YOUR loss of a Great Lady. We will be there, to support YOU, Monday and Tuesday during these very tough times. Don’t hesitate to call. We’re here for YOU.

  10. Ray, we are sorry to hear about you loosing Joan. We will remember Joan and you in our thoughts and in our prayer. Please don’t esitate to call us if you ever need a supportive voice.

  11. Ray, we can not make it to Rochester at this time. However far away we are,we are thinking of Joan in Heaven ,and you Ray. Give are condolences to Rick,Linda,and Patty. Sandy and I will truely miss Joan and the Great times we had together.Ray, kiss her for me(bob).

  12. To my cousin Ray

    So sorry for your loss, my heart goes out to you and your family. From what I
    have heard about Joan and her life, this
    little poem certainly applies.

    A beautiful life
    that came to an end,
    she died as she lived, everyone’s
    Friend.

  13. We will always remember her beautiful smile and her kindness to all.Our thoughts are with you, Ray,and your family. May God Bless you all.

    Your warm weather friends
    Bill & Sue

  14. What do you say at a time like this? We have known each other for so many years and shared so many memories that I cannot begin to pick one special memory. Ray, Patti, Linda, and Rick, I just want to let you know that my thoughts and prayers are with you now as always. Joan was sent to us, to help others her whole life, and now it’s Gods turn to take care of her. He has a very special angel with him now. I will always be there for your whole family. I love you all.
    Beverly Fonti

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