Lydia C. Farolino
Lydia C. Farolino

March 5, 1921 - October 28, 2019
Born in Buffalo, New York
Resided in Clarence, New York
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FAROLINO - LYDIA C. (nee Bianchi)
October 28, 2019, age 98
Beloved wife of 65 years to Robert V. Farolino; loving mother of Ann I. (James) Lawson, Cheryl M. (Robert) O'Connor, Robert P. (Janel) Farolino and the late Joseph B. (Maxine) Fornasiero; cherished grandmother of Kevin (Cynthia) Lawson, Michael (Tesann) Fornasiero, Kelly (David) Krawczyk, Gregory (Kate) Fornasiero, Liane Farolino, Anthony Deak, Robert O'Connor III, Cailee Neiss, Mary Katherine O'Connor and Adam Farolino; great-grandmother of Charlotte, Christopher and Matthew Fornasiero; dear sister of Gordon (Norma) Bianchi and the late Guido (late Alma) Bianchi; also survived by nieces and nephews. Mrs. Farolino was predeceased by the late Angelo Fornasiero. The family will be present on Sunday from 4-8 PM at the (Amherst Chapel) AMIGONE FUNERAL HOME, INC., 5200 Sheridan Drive (corner of Hopkins Road), where prayers will be offered on Monday at 9:45 AM, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial celebrated from St. Mary's Church, 6919 Transit Road, Swormville at 10:30 AM. Friends invited. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice Buffalo, Inc. or St. Luke's Mission. Share condolences at





Amherst Chapel
5200 Sheridan Drive
Amherst, NY US 14221
Sunday, November 3, 2019
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Mass of Christian Burial
St. Mary's Church
6919 Transit Rd.
Swormville, NY 14051
Monday, November 4, 2019
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Mt. Calvary Cemetery
800 Pine Ridge Heritage
Buffalo, NY US 14225
Monday, November 4, 2019


*Hospice Buffalo, Inc.
225 Como Park Blvd.
Cheektowaga, NY 14227
St. Luke's Mission of Mercy
325 Walden Ave.
Buffalo, NY 14211
Together let us work toward a fullness of life, for all people, of all ages, of all cultures, of all social status, and of all faiths. Let our tools be unconditional acceptance, peaceful understanding and loving forgiveness in order to restore human dignity to the lonely, the broken-hearted, and the mentally and physically oppressed.