OBITUARY

David Andrew Bolton

February 17, 1946May 29, 2018

David Andrew Bolton, age 72, of Lockport, entered into rest on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at his home. Born February 17, 1946 in Niagara Falls, David is the son of the late Howard and Nancy (Caton) Bolton.

David attended St. John’s, graduated from Lockport High School and then went on to Syracuse University. He served his country in the US Army from 1966 until 1969. David loved to hunt, trap and fish. He was a true outdoor enthusiast. He also enjoyed reading and his two gardens. He worked at Delphi Thermal Systems in Lockport working as a tow motor driver. He retired in 1999. David married Cheryl Bassler May 20, 1972 in Warrens Corners.

Surviving David is his loving wife: Cheryl and cherished children: Michael D. Bolton and Heather Bolton (Anthony Ark). Son-In-Law of: Phyllis Bassler. Grandfather of: Anthony Jr., Alexander, Ashton Ark (his 3 fishing buddies). Brother of: Johnathon (Peggy) Bolton, William (Joanne) Bolton, Todd (Traci) Bolton and the late: Lynette Sharpe. Several nieces and nephews also survive David.

There will be no prior visitation. Services will be held at the convenience of the family.

Please go to www.sherriefuneralhome.com and leave a condolence for the family.

In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated to: Niagara Hospice of Lockport or a charity of one’s choice.

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Laurie Kuhns

June 8, 2018

To Cheri and the Bolton family-
So sorry to hear of your loss. There are no words that can really help at this terrible time. I wish you strength and a peaceful heart.

Love,
Laurie Kuhns

Joyce walek

May 31, 2018

Cher, Michael and Heather, sorry to hear about Dave. Love and prayers coming your way.Love you all.

Jennifer Tonn

May 31, 2018

Uncle Dave always gave us good advice, and tried to always include us in his fishing adventures. He was the calm, patient, understanding uncle, and will be missed.

FROM THE FAMILY