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Hoy Funeral Home

3855 Seneca Street, West Seneca, NY

OBITUARY

Evelyn Mae Burger

April 3, 1938December 1, 2019

BURGER, Evelyn Mae (nee Schultz) December 1, 2019 of Orchard Park, NY. Beloved wife of the late James. Dearest mother of Karen (David) Thompson, Arlene Burger and Barbara Kubik. Loving grandmother of James Jr. and Sarah Kubik. Sister of Frederick Schultz and the late Dorothy Albrecht, Marie Sauka, Richard, Clarence, and Herbert Schultz, Erna Kellerman, Loretta Miller and Aleta Fetzer. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. There will be no prior visitation. Friends are invited to a Memorial service Friday at 10:30 AM at Trinity Lutheran Church, 146 Reserve Road West Seneca NY. Flowers gratefully declined, if desired contributions may be made to the Friends of the Night People. Online condolences and donations may be shared at www.hoyfuneralhome.com

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Dale Miller

December 4, 2019

Barb, Karen and Arlene I'm sorry for your loss. Remembering the fun times we had at your house. I can still picture her sitting on the front porch enjoying all the activity and people around her.
You are in my thoughts and prayers...

Jackie Smith

December 3, 2019

To Karen, Arlene and Barbara, I wish I could hug you all right now. I am so sorry for your loss and our loss as well. So many fun memories we share . They are a treasure in my heart. Sending my love💖.

Bill Kellerman

December 3, 2019

I remember Aunt Evie as always ready for a laugh. She was always willing to get a rise out of someone and it usually was my Mom. My mother didn’t drive so Aunt Evie would pick up Mom ,Jimmie and I for a summer day to swim,picnic and hangout. This particular day she had a blue mustang convertible and the top was down. Mom was in the front and we were coming up to the train tracks. Of course there was a train moving slowly on the tracks headed our way. My mother loved trains but didn’t like to be too close and Aunt Evie knew it. So she crept slowly up to and on the tracks ,straddling them . Mom started to scream for her to get off , reciting every bible verse she could think of. She turned the car off telling her it stalled. The train was moving very slowly and sounded the whistle a few times, it was still a ways off. My mother started calling her sister by her full name to get off these tracks before we all got run over. I knew she meant business. She started the car and we were off the tracks . We all laughed afterwards ,even Mom reluctantly. To my cousins and all their family members ,our deepest sympathies. Your Mom will be missed by all. I will never forget her sense of humor and her love of her family.

Paula Stanton

December 3, 2019

I have special memories of family reunions when all us Schultz clan kids were young. I remember going to Aunt Evy's house on Christmas day after we opened our gifts getting dressed and heading out to West Seneca and Orchard Park to visit. She was "the baby" of the family of 10 siblings. I remember her laughter. I also remember being at Aunt Evy and Uncle Jim's when Karen, Arlene, Jackie and I were listening to Chubby Checker and dancing the twist on the Sunday when The Beatles first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and watching it with Aunt Evy, Uncle Jim, my dad, Clarence and my mom, Marion.
To my cousins Karen, Arlene and Barbara - I am so sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful and special lady.

Ricky Teribury

December 2, 2019

So sorry to hear this sad news. My love and prayers to the family. Evelyn always liked talking with me & I her. I remember many times I would come over and spend the night on the couch and she was up watching TV we would talk late into the night about everything. I’m going to miss her.

Mark & Debbie Albrecht

December 2, 2019

News of her passing was not what I wanted to hear on my birthday! And just after Aunt Aleta's passing on the 3oth ! We are so BLESSED to have known and had Evelyn as an Aunt ! Lots of memories over the decades on my visits to Buffalo, NY area for the family reunions. Our best thoughts and PRAYERS to the whole family ! We miss not being able to be there, but I know there are lots of family around you all. She will be missed by us all !

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY