Obituary of Justin Mach
Justin was a lovable man with a heart of gold. His sweet smile could light up an entire room and he could make friends with absolutely anyone. He loved to spend time with his family and his best friends. He would bend over backwards for his grandparents and the feeling must have been mutual considering they lovingly referred to him as “Prince Justin”. He loved kids and always had a blast playing with his nieces and nephews. Most importantly, though, he was a devoted father to his son, Jaxon. Justin loved his son more than anything.
When Justin wasn’t spending time with the people he loved, he could be found riding his Harley Davidson. He loved hitting the open road on his bike. He also enjoyed riding dirt bikes and his quad. He loved doing construction work and was talented in building things from a young age. He loved working on cars and made quite the skilled mechanic. Please take a tool from the toolbox to remind yourself of how Justin built a wonderful life and loving relationship with everyone around him.
Mach, Justin H. Suddenly May 17, 2018 of Lake View, NY. Beloved son of Hank and Debbie (nee Reinhardt) Mach; devoted father of Jaxon Mach; cherished brother of Lauren Mach; loving uncle of Dominic, Maxen, and Mia Calandra; dearest grandson of Hank and Dolly Mach and the late Chester and Muriel Reinhardt; dear nephew of Susan Ochal, Peggy (Chuck) Vacanti, Cheryl (Bob) Rutkowski, Gail (John) Voncina, Helene Prentice, Beverly Gardner, Chester Reinhardt Jr., and the late Catherine Heppel and Marguarite Bastedo; best friend of Chris Butera and Aaron Barrett; also survived by many cousins and friends. Friends received on Tuesday from 3 - 7 PM at LAKESIDE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, INC. 4199 Lake Shore Rd. Hamburg, NY 716-627-2919. Where a memorial service will immediately follow at 7 PM. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Jaxon Mach in remembrance of Justin Go Fund Me page. Please make online condolences and donations at www.LakesideFuneralHome.com.