Edward Skerencak

Obituary of Edward J. Skerencak

Edward Joseph Skerencak Born September 3, 1932 in Tonawanda, Buffalo: To his parents Kathryn Kubus and Paul Skerencak. His siblings: Pauline, Johnny, Paul, Andy, Katie, Annie and Mary. Edward was preceded by his wife; Mary-Louise, his parents, siblings and step-son John Adams. Edward (Eddie) graduated with a GED in Lithography in High School before enlisting in the U.S. Army. He lived in North Carolina - Fort Bragg. He was a war veteran corporal from age 19-22 years old and had many stories of his time there. We are very grateful for his years of service and the support he’s received over the years with the VA. He met Mary-Louise at age 15 and built a beautiful life together. Edward was a loving husband, step father, grandfather and great-grandfather that will be dearly missed by all his remaining family and friends. Edward’s step-daughter; Deborah Ann Raymond (Adams) of Canada; his grandchildren, Mark (Diane) Raymond, Todd Raymond, Scott (Cynthia) Raymond, Rene (Tyler) Simpson, Nichole Raymond (Brenn), and Elysia Viets. His great-grandchildren, Aryanna, Ayvra, Rory, Ryleigh, Hailey, Cooper, Kaden, and Nathan. Deborah loved Eddie as if it were her own father, and was with for his last month together helping out. Edward, loved baseball and bowling. He enjoyed going out with friends, and breakfast was his favorite meal. He built the house he’s lived in for the past 47 years in 1976 in Naples, New York. He had his own construction business ‘Ed- Mar Construction’ which stood for Edward and Mary-Louise his late love. Ed loved working with his hands in his shop, wood working, working on vehicles, cutting his few acres of grass with the push mower, shoveling snow and all the upkeeps of living the acreage life (he owned 2 riding mowers). Ed was always a hard worker, a sharp thinker and had a love for Jesus. He had no choice but to grow fond of the cats/kittens that people kept dropping off and abandoning. Eddie kept up with the vet and Humane Society to shelter and care for them all. Eddie’s family and friends are invited to attend his funeral service Saturday December 30, 2023 at 1pm St. George-Forsythe Funeral Home, 109 West Naples St., Wayland. Committal prayers and interment will take place immediately following at St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Wayland. Memorial contributions may be made to the Canandaigua VA Medical Center, 400 Fort Hill Ave, Canandaigua, NY 14424, United States.

Funeral Service

Saturday December 30, 2023 ~ 1pm ~ St. George-Forsythe Funeral Home, Wayland


Saturday December 30, 2023 ~ St. Joseph's Cemetery, Wayland
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