Gary HorschelGary Horschel
Gary C. Horschel, 51, of Springville, died Aug. 14, at his home.
He was born in Buffalo on June 23, 1962, to the late Louis and Nancy (nee Scheffer) Horschel.
He was a partner in Horschel Bros. Precision LLC, which is located in Springville.
He read science fiction books; played chess, Dungeons and Dragons and cards; did magic and spent time with family and friends.
He was the brother of Donald (Jovy), Louis (Cheryl), Duane (Michelle), Karl (Kim) and Clark (Natalie) Horschel; uncle of 11 nieces and nephews.
A funeral service was held on Aug. 17 from the Smith-Weismantel Funeral Home, located at 271 East Main St., in Springville. The Rev. Ross Syracuse officiated. Burial was in Mortons Corners Cemetery.Julie Masterman
Julie K. (nee Buss) Masterman, 44, of Springville died Aug. 12.
She was the companion of David Seider; daughter of Helen (nee Johnson) and the late Richard Buss; sister of Richard (Patti) Buss, Nancy (Michael) Glair and Colleen (Randy) Wooliver; also survived by aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
A funeral service was held Aug. 19, from the Orchard Park Methodist Church.
Arrangements were made by the F.E. Brown Sons Funeral Home Inc., located at 6575 East Quaker St., Orchard Park.
Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Sadie’s Safe Harbor Canine Rescue, 11381 Trevett Road, Springville, N.Y. 14141.Ronald Zimmerman
Ronald John Zimmerman, 72, of Columbus, Ohio, died Aug. 12.
He was born in Buffalo on July 22, 1941 and was a graduate of the University at Buffalo.
Most of his career was in motorsports management, for the Sports Car Club of America and the American Motorcyclist Association. A lifelong golfer, he also watched racing, and recently returned to racing and autocross competitions.
He was the husband of Margery (nee Parsons); father of Scott (Michelle) Zimmerman and Karen (Brent) Ellis; grandfather of Noah, Emily and Madisen Ellis and Benjamin Zimmerman; brother of Sandy (Fritz) Kohr.
A graveside service will be held Saturday, Aug. 31, at Fairview Cemetery in Springville. Arrangements were made by the Moreland Funeral Home in Westerville, Ohio.