Robert C. Enos is manager of Hoy Funeral Home, West Seneca, New York, and has been a New York state licensed funeral director since 1974. Robert is a graduate of Lockport Senior High School, State University of New York at Canton and Niagara University. He is a past president of the New York State Funeral Directors Association, past president of Erie-Niagara Funeral Directors Association, past vice chair of New York State Funeral Directors Support Services, past vice chair of Directors Choice Credit Union, a member of West Seneca Chamber of Commerce, past president of the West Seneca Rotary Club and recipient of Rotary's Paul Harris Fellowship Award. Robert is active in many local, state and national organizations and a member of Queen of Heaven Church. Robert is married and they have a daughter, son and three grandchildren.
Liza May Littere
Liza has been an office and location manager in the Buffalo market since 2000 and graduated from State University of New York at Canton in 1998 with a degree in mortuary science. When she is not serving families Liza enjoys spending time with her family.
Anne R. Dobmeier
A third-generation female funeral director, following in the footsteps of her grandmother and mother, Anne is a 2005 graduate of Holy Angels Academy in Buffalo, a 2009 graduate of Bryant University in Rhode Island and a 2013 graduate of American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service. Buffalo Business First named Anne to its 2016 class of 30 Under 30. She belongs to the Junior League of Buffalo and the United Irish American Association.
Marilee D Enos
Marilee "Mimi" Enos graduated from SUNY Canton and has been a licensed New York State funeral director since 1993. A graduate of West Seneca West High School, Mimi is a member of the New York State Funeral Directors Association, the National Funeral Directors Association, the Erie-Niagara Funeral Directors Association and Queen of Heaven Parish. Married to Robert Enos, Mimi is the proud stepmother to Cynthia and Brian.
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