Carol M. Chudy

March 19, 1926November 6, 2018

CHUDY - Carol M. (nee Offhaus) November 6th, 2018, of Lancaster, NY; beloved wife of the late Stanley L. Chudy; loving mother of Mary (late Pete) Anderson, Christine (Jim) Davenport, Cathryn Chudy (Lloyd Marbet), Michele (Bill) Bierl and Elizabeth (Al) Gilbert; dearest grandmother of Michael (Jessica) Jonathan (Gillian), Jamie (Melissa), Daniel (Tammy), Jennifer (David), Katherine (Jeff) and the late Jason; loving great-grandmother of Brandon, Adam, Jackson, Sophia, Jeffery, Bella, Gianni, Max, Lucy, Max, Rhys, Ethan and Leanora.: daughter of the late Walter and Louetta Offhaus; sister of Helen Krieb and the late Robert Offhaus and Nancy Martin; sister-in-law of Marian Contact; loving aunt to many special nephews and nieces and their children. Family will be present Friday 2-4 and 6-8 at the HOY FUNERAL HOME, 3855 Seneca Street, West Seneca. Mass of Christian Burial at Annunciation Church, 7580 Clinton Street, Elma, Saturday at 10 am (please assemble at church). Mrs. Chudy was a teacher of countless students at St. Mary's Elementary (Lancaster, NY). She was a member of the Women Associates of the Buffalo Power Squadron (WABPS) and was Skipper in 1991. She was also a member of the Annunciation Lades Sodality. Flowers Gratefully declined. Memorials to Hospice Buffalo, Inc. appreciated. Condolences at


  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2018
  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, November 10, 2018

Carol M. Chudy

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Debbie Young

November 9, 2018

Liz I’m so sorry to hear about your loss our thoughts and prayers are with you she is at peace now with your dad no words can say how sorry I am for I know the loss of a mother. Our Sincere Condolances Debbie and Kevin Young

John Krieb

November 8, 2018

Aunt Carol will be missed by us all! She was my godmother, going way back to 1947, and she has never forgot my birthday! She always sent a birthday card and in recent years we each have enjoyed talking to each other on our birthdays, long distance between Kentucky and New York. During the past few years I have started gathering together some family history information, with the intent of putting together an Offhaus-Mann family history that can be shared with my 11 Offhaus cousins, and others. Aunt Carol was very helpful in sharing some memories of the early years of her family, growing up in West Falls and Marilla. This past year she connected me with more distant relatives who have been helping provide more information on our ancestors. We all owe her a big thank you for her support and interest in this project. We love her and will miss her! Our thoughts and prayers go out to her five daughters and their families!

Love and peace Aunt Carol, from John Krieb