Margaret M. Michael
May 31, 1937 ~ April 15, 2007
Sunday, April 15, 2007. She is survived by her brother, John 'Jack'(Wanda)Spitz; nieces, Dawn Reisinger and Terri(Peter)Spitz-Schmidt; nephews, John Spitz and Stephen(Jill)Spitz of Orchard Park; aunts, Helen Spitz and Alice Blazey; several great nieces and great nephews; and dear friends, Arline Maley, Ida Neubert and JoAnne Dingwall. Margaret was an avid Wildlife Advocate. Friends may call Tuesday, 4-7PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road. Her Funeral Service will be held Wednesday, 10Am in the Funeral Home Chapel. Interment in Fairfield Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to a Wildlife Charity or a charity of your choice.
I am going to miss your funny letters and phone calls from ‘the hood’. You are going to have a special place in God’s home taking care of the squirrels and other critters. I wish you didn’t have to leave us so soon. My Mom and I were planning to come into the big city to see you. You are safe at home now with your Mom and Dad. XOXOXOXO
Butchie, you were a warm, welcoming and thoughtful lady who always made us laugh. My favorite memory I will never forget is how you made sure you called Grandma (Florence) at exactly 7:00 every night. Please take care of her.
Im sure you two are having a few cocktails watching over us all. ENJOY!!
We will miss you dearly.
All our love ,
Heather, Charlie, Caleb & Morgan
Dear Jack and Family
Our thoughts are with you and your family at this difficult time. All the kitchen and pantry friends at Cameron are keeping you close in prayer.
Grace and Peace
Karen, Kathy, Nicole, Escobar, Ibis, & All
Jack My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Butch
Jack and Wanda – Please accept our deepest sympathy in your great loss. We were so saddened to read of Butchie’s passing. We think of you all often, and the great years we spent in the carriage house. Your folks were just super people. Harry lost his Dad last year in April so it’s been rough. Please e-mail when you get a chance so we can catch up.
Love, Harry and Faith
Jack and Wanda.
I will miss Sis so much! All her cards and phone calls always made my day.
She loved her family and often spoke what it meant to her when you would visit. You have all taken good care of her over the years, along with her beloved dog. A person that loved all animals so much, will surely be in God’s heaven. She was a special niece.
Jack, Wanda. and Sis:
I know that you are going to miss Butchie so much. You have taken such good care of her and her dog over the years., Sis often told me how much she enjoyed having Jack stop by to see her.
I will miss Butchie’s phone calls and letters. One of the last things she wrote was, ‘Life is so Good! and she wsa looking forward to our next visit.
May God Bless you and welcome you into his kingdom for the eternal life he promises. Your memory left behind is one of joy to all the great family and friend you touched.
Truly a wonderful lady, and she will be sorely missed. So sorry for the loss.
Very sorry to read about Margaret’s death, our condolences to Jack and family. I hope that Margaret enjoyed reading the Spitz family information and genealogy that I passed on to her. Although we only talked on the phone, she sounded very pleasant and happy. Wish we could have met in person.
Frank and Shirley Osborne
Satellite Beach, Florida
We have very fond memories of all the holidays and family gatherings with you. You will always hold a very special spot in our hearts and we will miss you very much. You are truly a very special, loving person and we love you.
We shared many cannolies, dinners and laughs in the 10 yrs Butchie was in our lives. She always had an interesting story of ‘back in the day’ when she was growing up, dating boys or working as a young woman. And I never knew anyone who enjoyed a haircut as much as she did! She was always grateful for our visits, but little did she know, WE were the ones that gained so much. She will be truly missed. Forever grateful for her love & friendship….Anne & Emily Fox
Will miss her friendly ‘hello’ from next door.