Alice M. Buck Saturday, October 26, 1929 - Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Kennedy, NY- Alice M. Buck, 87, of Mud Creek Road, Kennedy, passed away, Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at the Lutheran Home & Rehab Center in Jamestown. She was born October 26, 1929 in New Albion, New York, the daughter of the late Otis and Helen (Blankenfeld) Frank. Alice was a 1950 graduate of the Rochester School for the deaf. She was a Home Maker and was a member of the Jamestown Warren Deaf Club, Deaf Alpha Lutheran Church in Frewsburg and was a former member of the Steamburg United Methodist Church. She loved playing bingo and cooking, she enjoyed doing, crafts, crocheting, taking pictures and most of all spending time with her beloved children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and family, whom she loved dearly. The family expresses gratitude to the staff at the Lutheran Home for their care and love of Alice. Alice is preceded by her husband Maurice A. Buck, whom she married on July 12, 1952 in the former St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Little Valley, two brothers; Robert and Ronald Stanton and a sister: Betty Peters. She is survived by three children: Ed (Audrey) Buck of Fredonia, Tracy (Kim) Buck of Kennedy and Diane (Late John) of Florida, a sister; Ione (late Floyd) Aldrich of Mesa, AZ, 10 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. The family will receive family and friends from 2 - 4 Sunday (March 19, 2017) in the VanRensselaer & Son Funeral Home, 14 Church Street, Randolph and from 2-3 P.M Monday in Christs Chapel at the Lutheran Home, 715 Falconer Street, Jamestown. A service will follow at 3:00 PM. The Rev. Daniel S. Rumfelt, Chaplain will officiate. Burial will be in the Steamburg Cemetery. To leave a condolence log onto: In Lieu of flowers, if desired memorials may be sent to the Rochester School for the Deaf, 1545 Saint Paul Street, Rochester, NY 14621 or to the Chautauqua County Humane Society, 2825 Strunk Road, Jamestown, NY 14701.

My condolences to you all on tha passing of your Mom.  Though I did not know her I am certain she was a wonderful person because she raised such wonderful children.  Best wishes and many prayers.

I just want to send my love and prayers to Ed and family.  When you were in my class at Randolph, your family was so kind to me.  I remember being invited to your home and how gracious your mom was to me.  I had taken some sign language classes during my years at Houghton and so I was able to communicate with her a bit.  I just remember how much fun I had with your family and you continue to be a wonderful part of my early years in Randolph memories.  So sorry for your loss, but you can all be proud of how loving a family you belong to and enjoy the wonderful memories of your mom and dad.  My thoughts are with all of you today. 

Carolyn (Applin) Congdon



It's been a lot of years Ed and Tracy and family. So sorry for the loss of your Mom. Fond memories of her and you all growing up. All the best.

John Austin