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Bobowicz, Scott A. - October 15, 2019

BOBOWICZ - Scott A. October 15, 2019 after a long battle with juvenile diabetes, of Depew, age 48. Beloved son of Judith (Lubecki) and Thomas Bobowicz; dear brother of Jeffrey (Tina Thiel) and Jason (Carly) Bobowicz; cherished uncle of Jack; also survived by aunts, uncles and cousins. Visitation Friday 3-7 PM at the PACER FUNERAL HOME, INC., 2275 George Urban Blvd., Depew (2 blocks east of Dick Rd.). Mass of Christian Burial at St. Martha Parish, 10 French Rd., Depew, Saturday 10 AM. Please assemble at church. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation appreciated. Online condolences at www.PACERFUNERALHOME.com

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10/16/2019

Judy,Tom so sorry for yourloss .God gave you an angel to take care of until it was time to call him home. you were selected because he wanted a loving couple that would keep him safe and would love him unconditionally . you are that couple.

joe rose mancuso
128 woodshire south getzville ny
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10/18/2019

I took care of Scott on the night shift, Was always a gentleman, Gonna miss him, RIP Scott

Joy Dustin
West Seneca
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10/18/2019

Judy, Tom, Jeff and Jason. I am so sorry for your loss. I’ll never forget all the good times we’ve had. The beach and how we became best friends, sleeping over each others house. Staying up all night laughing making our tapes. I’ll lost touch with him over the years, but I’ll never forget him or the times we had. Please if there is anything I can do don’t hesitate to ask.

William Constantin Jr
Dallas, North Carolina
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10/20/2019

Tom, Judy and the family. This news devastated me. Thanks to Jason for reaching out on Facebook and letting me know. I know I haven't been back to New York in some time and the thought of Scott always came across me this time of year when we used to go up to Olcott salmon fishing. I'll always remember the trip to Art Park with Scott's uncle when he fell in and joked about losing his expensive reel. Sharing my locker with Scott in high school and giving him rides in my beat up Grand Prix to Harkness as we jammed out to Metallica. I know he has always struggled with his health, now he is in a better place free from the shackles of that disease and I'm sure he's looking down on us saying everything is ok. God bless everyone, I am sad

Frank Farmer
Lafayette, Indiana
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