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Clarence obituaries for the week of Friday, Oct. 18

GIANIODIS, Constantine J., 87, passed away Oct. 14; beloved husband of Barbara-Ann C. (nee Wertman) Gianiodis; dearest father of J. Jeffery (Cheryl), A. Andrew (Susan), Matthew (Eileen) and Peter (Stacy) Gianiodis; loving Papou of Kali, Stephanie, James, Candace, Costa, Ana, Thomas, Costa, Baze and Brahm; dear brother the late Virginia, Mary and Michael; also survived by many nieces and nephews.

TURTON, Mary Lou (nee Petronack), 76, passed away Oct. 12; Beloved wife of the late Edward A. Turton Jr.; dearest mother of Greg (Sherry) Turton, Sue (Mark) Lumadue, Chris Turton, and Doug (Cathy) Turton; loving Nana of Jennifer, Stephen, Mark, and Daniel; dear sister of Paul (Carol) Petronack and Julie (Ray) Korst.

NAAB, Audrey R. (nee Hanes), 88, of Clarence, passed away Oct. 10; beloved wife of Norman E. Naab, Sr.; dearest mother of Norman E. (Susan) Naab, Jr., Timothy F. (Pamela) Naab, Michael P. (Eileen) Naab, Susan Naab Jackson, Marjorie K. (David) Yaeger, Phyllis E. (James) Campofelice and Jeffrey E. (Laurie) Naab; grandmother of 16 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; sister of Donald (Corky) Hanes and the late Patricia (late William "Pete") Farrell and Thomas Hanes; sister-in-law of Jacqueline Hanes and Eugene "Dick" Naab.

JOHNSON, Mary G. (nee Genga), passed away Oct. 8; beloved wife of the late Leonard R. Johnson; dearest mother of Sandra J. (Harold, Jr.) Davis and Marcia L. Johnson; devoted grandmother of Jeffrey A. Davis, Eric J. (Julie) Davis, Renee M. Liss, Brendan R.(AnnMarie) Davis, Amy C. (Cameron) Hall and nine great-grandchildren; beloved daughter of the late Giacomo and Albena Genga; dear sister of the late Lena MacDiarmid, Peter Genga and Gladys Glownia; and many loving nieces and nephews.


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