Hoy Funeral Home


Fay Ann Plonka

December 1, 1945April 20, 2021

PLONKA - Fay Ann (nee Comstock) Of Buffalo, NY, April 20, 2021. Beloved wife of Thomas R. Plonka; dearest mother of April (Michael) Green and Carianne (Luciano) Reggio; loving grandmother of Brian Brady, Carilyn Duke and Domenico Reggio; sister of Carol (late DeVere) Stover, Mark (Nancy) Comstock and the late Linda Comstock; godmother of DeVere Stover Jr.; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Family present Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 PM at the HOY FUNERAL HOME, 3855 Seneca St., West Seneca, NY, where prayers will be said Monday morning at 10:15, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial from St. Teresa’s Church at 11 o’clock. Friends invited. Face masks are required. Online condolences may be shared at


  • Visitation

    Sunday, April 25, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Monday, April 26, 2021


Fay Ann Plonka

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Lynn Martin Primavera

May 4, 2021

Dear April and Carianne,
I was sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. She was always such a nice positive person.
Hope you and your families are doing well!

Milligan Family

April 25, 2021

April, We are very sad to hear about your mom’s passing. We loved her as my Mom did up in Heaven. They are together now dancing and telling jokes together. I, (Denise) am out of town at this moment. Thinking of you at this difficult time. The Milligan Family Buffalo, NY. 🦋 🦋

marlene rosenow

April 24, 2021

Im saddened to hear of Fay's passing. I worked with her many years ago at South Buffalo Mercy, She always had a beautiful smile and loved a good laugh.
Rest in Peace.

Barbara Tankesley Kless

April 24, 2021

Fay and I were friends When we were in high school but I can never forget her. What a sweet person she was and we always had a lot of fun together. Rest in peace Fay!

Kathy Lewis

April 24, 2021

I met Fay when I visited my sister in Buffalo. Very friendly, sweet lady. God bless her family.

Donna Gehen

April 24, 2021

Dear Family,

I met Fay years ago, as we both were walking on Seneca Street. And then we'd run into each other often at the "boutique" (thrift store.)

Fay was a caring, sweet lady. I am so glad to have known her. She was a ray of light, really.

May God bless her richly.

My sincere condolences,