Philip Stolarski Sr.

Obituary of Philip G. Stolarski Sr.

Philip was a family man who would be there for anyone that needed him. He was so reliable that friends of the family would call him “Uncle Phil”. When it came to his work as an electrician and a handyman, he made sure that the people who needed his help could contact him any time, day or night. In his own home, which his father-In-Law built, Philip made new kitchen cabinets, stools, flooring, plumbing, and electrical work.

One of the most important things to Philip was his garden, where he would grow much of the food that his family lived on. Whenever there were extras of anything, he made certain to share leftovers with family and friends. With the pumpkins that came from his garden, Philip enjoyed baking pumpkin pies from scratch. Please take a packet of vegetable seeds to plant a plant at home and to always remember how Philip’s love took root in your heart.

Stolarski, Philip G., Sr. of Gardenville (West Seneca), NY, on February 5, 2018. Beloved husband of the late Helen (nee Stworzydlak) Stolarski; dearest father of Kathleen, Philip G. Jr. (Janis), Rosemary (Raymond Edward) Jablonski, Elaine, Gregory (Brenda Ecklund), Mark, Diane, Gerald, Virginia (late Whitman Smith) and the late Jan Martin (late Kathi); Loving Grandpa and Poppy of Raymond Philip Jablonski, Rochelle (Alex) Romero, Nicole (Todd) Buchanan, Ellen, Adrianna & Philip G. Stolarski III, Jan Martin Jr., Kristi Smith; Great-grandpa to Jordan Buchanan; brother of Casmir (Alice) and the late Stephen (Joan), John (Hilda), Walter, Angeline (John) Cebulski, Florence (Matthew) Panasiewicz and Helen (Joseph) Hanulak; Devoted "Uncle Phil" to many nieces and nephews. Philip was a proud member of Fourteen Holy Helpers Holy Name Society. Friends will be received Wednesday 3-7 at LAKESIDE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME 1350 Union Road in West Seneca. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 11:30 am Thursday at Fourteen Holy Helpers Church, 1345 Indian Church Road in West Seneca, followed by a committal service at Saint Matthews Cemetery. Please assemble at church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Fourteen Holy Helpers Sharing Committee.