Hoy Funeral Home

3855 Seneca Street, West Seneca, NY


Alice M. Golebiewski

August 11, 1930March 13, 2020

GOLEBIEWSKI - Alice M. (nee Aszkler) Of West Seneca, NY, March 13, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Norbert E.; dearest mother of Eugene (Christine Urbanski), Norbert Jr. (Linnette), Mary Gibbons (John Stafford), Edward (Denise Volker), John, Ann (Robert) Marquis and Beth (Bill) Greeley; also survived by ten grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; sister of Elaine (late Dr. Joseph) Matala, Stephen (Mary Joyce) Aszkler and the late Eugene and John Jr. (Marilyn); also survived by many nieces and nephews. No prior visitation. Relatives and friends are invited to a Mass at Fourteen Holy Helpers Church, Indian Church and Union Rd., West Seneca, Monday morning at 10 AM. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations to the Fourteen Holy Helpers Ladies Sodality appreciated, or simply take a loved one out for good ice cream. The family would like to thank the Fourteen Holy Helpers Grief Support Group for the care and friendship they provided for our mom. Arrangements by HOY FUNERAL HOME.


  • Mass of Christian Burial Monday, March 16, 2020


Alice M. Golebiewski

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Kathy B.

April 3, 2020

To Golebiewski Family,
I’m so sorry & saddened to have seen the notice of your Mom’s passing.
I loved Alice & Norb when they use to come to my Silver Sneakers class..such a kind & great couple!
Hadn’t seen Alice in awhile. When last saw her, she had been keeping busy with the kids & I know she really enjoyed that..lots of love to go around!
My sincere condolences to you all,
Kathy B. YMCA

Kathleen Fulle

March 19, 2020

Ed, so very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Sister M. Elizabeth Mackowiak, CSSF

March 15, 2020

I thank God for bringing Alice into my life. She told me that I had helped her but God knows she helped me more. Themanber in which Alice lived her Catholic faith at all levels of her life is a shining witness of God's fidelity to those who believe and try to integrate their faith with all of life. She often sat close to me during g our support sessions. This gave me a chance to hear her soft spoken comments. I often asked her to share them with others. She did with a twinkle in her eyes.
Alice dear, you are truly the "Valiant woman" spoken of the the Hebrew Bible. As you now live in God, continue to intercede for all those on the journey of grief. You know well how it leads to true joy with God.

Florian Karolewski

March 15, 2020

Sorry to read about the passing of your Mother. Lots of great memories growing up across the street from your family, including the Oreo cookies kept in the freezer which she always had for me. My sincere condolences.

Matthew Bartochowski

March 14, 2020

Alice was such a nice lady. We really enjoyed her company in our bereavement group and I found out the she was the mother of Mary who my late wife was part of Mary’s Zumba class. She was very congenial and I doubt if she said anything bad about anybody. It was a real honor to know her and may she Rest In Peace with Norbert and the rest of her family in Heaven.

Rae Marie Selover

March 13, 2020

To Alice’s family:
Thank you for sharing the gift of your Mom with all of us!! She was a wonderful lady- classy, witty; an amazing human being! Thanking God for the happy and sad times we spent together in our grief group. She added so much to our group and she’ll be missed beyond words. We take comfort in knowing she is with her Norbert again and we would NEVER call her back from that!!
Rae Marie Selover

Anne & Jeff Prince

March 13, 2020

Loved your Mom. Always a smile and a hug. Just simply adored her. Bless you all at this time.