Hoy Funeral Home

3855 Seneca Street, West Seneca, NY


Margaret A. Milliron

February 21, 1941December 30, 2019

MILLIRON - Margaret (nee Weidenbach) Of West Seneca, NY. December 30, 2019. Beloved wife of James Milliron. Dearest mother of Jennifer (Jim “Bubs”) Leaver and Jeffrey (Jenn “Pork Chop”) Milliron. Adored grandmother of Maddie Leaver, McKinley Milliron and Meggan Milliron. Cherished sister of Ed and Rick Weidenbach. Survived by many nieces and nephews. Family will be present Thursday 2 - 4 PM, at the HOY FUNERAL HOME, 3855 Seneca St. West Seneca, NY, where services will be held immediately after. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Roswell Cancer Center. Online condolences may be made at www.hoyfuneralhome.com


  • Memorial Visitation Thursday, January 2, 2020
  • Memorial Service Thursday, January 2, 2020


Margaret A. Milliron

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Ellie Seifert

January 3, 2020

Many happy thoughts when I think of Marge! A woman of big size and bigger yet in character. She loved her family and adored her grandchildren. Even though she had many physical reasons to have bad moments, I can't remember any! Her family time together, at Findley Lake, led to her sharing many warm and memorable times.
Hopefully, many of us will meet again in our afterlife and sing our favorite South Park High Songs together, with tears in our eyes, and smiles on our faces.

Chris Rybczynski

January 2, 2020

Jim and family - my deepest and sincerest sympathy on the passing of MARGIE - wife - mother and proud loving grandmother. My heart is full of sadness at this loss. I will always remember Marge’s fun loving nature and our wonderful cabin visits, trips, Xmas gatherings and luncheons. They say laughter is good for the soul and we had many good laughs over the years. So with a heavy heart I say GOODBYE DEAR DUCHESS! Til we meet again.

Marcia Noonan

January 1, 2020

My husband Kevin & I taught with Marge for many years. She knew that she did not just teach a subject. Marge understood that she was teaching young individuals. She treated each student with the respect and care that she would want her own children to receive. Her ready smile and laugh gave both students and colleagues a boost. She was a very special lady. Our deepest sympathy to family and friends.

"Rusty" Yachnin Zackheim

January 1, 2020

Please accept my sincere condolences. Marge and I were sorority sisters (Pi Kappa Rho) at Buff State , Class of '62. One of my fondest memories was Marge, Grace Saccomando and myself each chairing a different freshman camp at the end of orientation week in Sept. 1961. The weekend always ended in a competitive songfest and we were all sorority sisters competing against each other.
I was the "sister" from Staten Island and we had great times hanging out together and participating in college activities. I was deeply saddened to read of your loss.
Iris (Rusty) Yachnin Zackheim


January 1, 2020

Jim & family;
Sorry to hear of Marge's passing,please know that our deepest
sympathy are with your family.
As a 1958 classmate it is sad to see a member of our class go home to be with our Father in Heaven

Carol Weitz

January 1, 2020

To all of Margie's loved ones we send our most sincere sympathy. We have so many memories of her and how much she cared for all of you. We have so many years of a truly wonderful friendship and will never forget her. She loved life, give her a good book and she was happy as could be. May she rest in peace now. Her beautiful smile and soul will live on with us forever.