Patricia

September 20, 1931 ~ May 4, 2020

Born in: Olean, NY
Resided in: Greece, NY

Patricia Ann Laluk

Greece:  Patricia Ann was born in Olean, NY on September 20, 1931 and went home on Monday, May 4, 2020 at age 88 to be with her parents, Beaumont and Margaret Furniss Davidson Thompson and step father, Lloyd Thompson.  She is survived by her husband of 65 years, John W. Laluk; son, David (Susan), daughter, Nancy (David) Fairley; grandchildren, Kathryn (Dan) Kingsley, Steven Laluk; great grandson, William Kingsley; nephew, Thomas Laluk; niece, Lynn Laluk and god-daughter, Alane Mammino.

Patricia was a retiree of Xerox Corporation, a member of St. Mark’s Catholic Church and a member of the Pioneer Club.  She enjoyed playing her accordion in Olean years ago where she played in local meetings.  She enjoyed her flower gardens, bowling, swimming in their pool and she took a special interest in maintaining her home.

Patricia’s interment will be held privately in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Portville, NY.  For more information and to sign her online guestbook, visit www.meesonfamily.com

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  1. Dear Nancy and David,
    Our sincerest condolences to you and your family on the passing of Nancy’s Mother. You took such good care of your Mom, Nancy. You did everything you could to help her through her final days. May your fondest memories of her bring you peace in the days ahead.
    With deepest sympathy,
    Butch and Kathy Magin

  2. Nancy and Dave,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of your family during this time of loss. This is an unprecedented time in our world and makes losing someone that much harder. We are here for you, please reach out for anything you may need!

  3. Dear Nancy and David,
    Things we fear most during this unfortunate time has happened.
    I’m so sorry for your loss. Please know our whole organization is sending love and praying for your family.
    With deepest condolences,
    Kelley Mitchell

  4. Dear Nancy,
    Please accept my condolences upon the death of your mother. I know that you have a strong faith, and understand that she is with God. You and your family will be in my prayers. God bless you.
    Eileen Magin

  5. Nancy and David. We are so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. Big hug and kiss to you sis. With love. Donna and Lynd

  6. Nancy & David,
    I’m so sorry to hear about your Mom. I hope happy memories will keep her in your heart forever. I can’t imagine because of this virus not being able to be with her. I know you were the best of the best daughters!
    Hugs to both of@ you, Carol Schauman

  7. I have so many fond memories of Pat- my 2ND “mother” if you will! She was such a blessing all through the crazy years growing up here in Penfield. She always had time to listen, advise but also the wisdom to let me try on my own. It was all good, and I am a better person for it!! I can still see the tea pot on the stove and Pat, John and I had many great talks . My love for hunting and the outdoors all started with the family taking me along to Olean for our first hike/hunt. My love of the outdoors has never stopped growing. Thank you for again enriching my life. You will be sorely missed, but always with us! Thank you for always being there for my own family, even babysitting for Adam when needed! Rest easy and watch over us. The world is a better place because you were in it and your wonderful smile and laughter will always bring a smile to my face when I think of you. Love ya Mom, Ralphie

    • Thanks for stopping by today. I’m sure it would have meant a lot to her knowing you were there.

  8. I am so sorry for your loss Nancy. Remember all your happy times with your mom. Prayers for you and David

  9. Nancy, David and family,

    So sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. May many wonderful memories help ease your sorrow. God bless!

    Rick and Debbie Chick

  10. Nancy
    My heart goes out to you and David at this very sad time. Our prayers are with you and your family.
    God bless you and be
    with you always
    Sheila and David Wohlers

  11. I will miss my mom very much, she taught me a lot of things, she always told me that life is not going to be easy, there will be some bumps in the road, or there might be a big bridge that you might have go over, but always told me to have faith and told me to be prepared for what come your way.

    Nancy Fairley

  12. Mr. Laluk, David and Susan, Nancy and David, and the whole family: I am so sorry for the passing of Mrs. Laluk. I know this is a painful time, but I ask God in Jesus’ name to bless you all with healing, comfort, and peace in knowing she’s with the Lord.
    And Dad. God may send them back if they get too loud and rowdy. 😊
    I will always cherish the great times our families had together, and the laughter. Always laughing.
    Rest In Peace with joy in the Lord, Mrs. Laluk.❤️

  13. We are sending all of our thoughts and prayers to you, Mr. Laluk, and to Nancy and David. Your family has always been so special to us. I have many fun childhood memories of our visits with you, and Mrs. Laluk was always front and center making us all laugh. We are SO sorry for your loss. I take some comfort in the knowledge that my dad is already up there to greet her. Take care,
    All our love,
    Mike and Jeanne (Weis) Lynch

  14. I’ll miss you, Nana.

    I’ll miss the way you always called me “Kathryn me darlin’!”
    I’ll miss spending time at your house with our ‘Busy Bee’ boxes, full of coloring books and puzzles and toys.
    I’ll miss listening to you play your accordion in the living room.
    I’ll miss afternoon tea — served at 4pm — sharp. It always made me feel so fancy.
    I’ll miss playing poker with you for nickels and dimes. Two down, four up, deuces wild. I’ll always know how to play because of you.
    I’ll miss those afternoon drives in your bright red jeep.

    But mostly I’ll miss your fiestiness and your unyielding love for your grandchildren. While you couldn’t meet your great grandson, we are glad you were able to see pictures of him. We will tell him stories about you and let him know how much you loved him.

    Rest easy, Nana. ❤

  15. To John and the entire family. So sorry for your loss. I first met Pat at Xerox, and she was a no nonsense firecracker of a woman. She spoke her mind and was a true friend. We had a running joke going. If I called their house and Pat answered, I’d say, “US Coast Guard calling. Is the coast clear?” Pat would laugh with delight and say, “Yes, the coast is clear.” One day, John and I were on the golf course and his cell phone rang. He answered and then handed it to me, saying it was for me. It was Pat calling to say the coast was clear. Rest in peace Pat.
    Paul and Cathie Blackwell

  16. Mrs. Laluk,
    I will forever miss your energy in life and you always had something positive to say to me. I loved having you in my life and I will miss you greatly.
    Rich

  17. To John and Family, From F.Lee and Margaret Johnson Phelps, New York. We are very sad for your loss of Pat. She always drove a Jeep! I worked with John and David at Xerox when it was the best company in Rochester! We will always remember the nice’s couple John and Pat. We are sending a prayer for the whole family and Know that Pat is looking down on her family. Pat will sorely be missed by all of her friends. We wish the best for all.
    Your Friends F.Lee and Margaret.

  18. I bowled with Pat at Empire Lanes. It’s weird, because I’ve been thinking about her and was going to try and call her. I’m so sad to hear the news of her passing! She was such a nice lady!

  19. Jim Mason
    Dear John, David and Nancy, Your wife/ mother was the best secretary that I worked with throughout my career. I am praying that she is enjoying peace in heaven and am praying that you are all finding peace in these troubled times.

  20. I was sad to read of Pat’s death. Regardless of the circumstances, the loss of a loved one is difficult. It was always fun to see you and Pat and talk about Olean and Clark Brothers. My prayers are with you, and for Pat, and I look forward to seeing you again.
    Terry Chrzan

  21. I will miss my mom! She and I had a mother daughter relationship that mothers and daughter have, She meant a lot to me. and while I was growing up she was always there to help me to get back onto my two wheel bike, my dad and my mom was there while I was just going to my first Junior prom with one of my class mates that had asked me if I wanted to go and I said yes, Dad even allow me to use his master card credit card to get my gown from B Forman’s , Department store. And to this day I still have that dress that I wore that night, Mom I will miss you I will always remember what you taught me while I was growing up. Love your daughter

  22. I will miss my mom! she and I had a great mother and daughter relationship, I will miss her voice and miss those cups of tea and our little visits that we use to have almost on a weekly basis, that is when I got of work at a descent time and if it was not to late I would stop over and to see mom and dad. Mom I will always remember those things that you taught me how to do. I love you very much MOM

  23. I miss my mom!!! She meant a lot to me , When I was coming home from work, I would swing by to see my Mom and Dad, mom would say just getting out of work, I would replied back Yep!!! yes I did, it is snowing out there and I can not stay long due to the whether. I was there a lot, helping dad out with moms issues, taking her to Strong hospital for her Dr’s appointment, because Dad did not want to drive, so I took both of them, got too the front door of strong hospital and a person came out with a wheel chair, The both of them headed to the Dr’s office, I went and park the car, I found the office were both of them were, helped out as much as I could. And I will miss her talks and her comments that she would make to me!!!!

  24. John,
    I was saddened to learn of Pat’s passing this past May.
    Please send my condolences to David, Nancy and their
    families. Pat was always special to Lynn and me, and
    was the last direct link to the Furniss family.
    I know we lost touch after Lynn died, and I,m sorry
    that there was no opportunity to say goodbye to Pat.
    If you have occasion to visit Buffalo, please make it
    a point to contact me.
    Sincerely,
    TonyMauro
    716 689 2580

  25. Hi Mom! Boy I miss you very much! I have been thinking about you every day , while I am at work, also Been taking great care of Dad for you! Boy Dad miss you a lot! Well also my brother is back up from Florida! he and Sue are up helping Kathy and Dan out with William, because Kathy goes back to work, but she is working from home.

    Also! I have been helping Dad out at the house, like going grocery shopping for him, helping him get stuff done around the house!!!! Mom!!! I miss you I love you very Much

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