Obituary of Thomas Cybulski
Thomas was a man with a heartfelt love for people. He knew the importance of a loving family and good friends. Born and raised in Buffalo, he was a Bills fan through and through and collected jerseys to support his hometown team. In 2008, at a Bills game, Thomas met the love of his life, Lynsey. The couple had two beloved children, Jude and Jack. Thomas adored his family, and he wanted to make sure they always felt cared for, listened to, and loved.
Thomas was a hard worker and a deep thinker who always thought everything through to the end. Even though he was always a team player and was a beloved part of several sports teams in high school, Thomas was also a natural leader who usually ended up in the role of captain in any team activity. He was able to excel at both because of his genuine love for life and the people in it. Everyone who knew him knew how authentic he was, and that he would be there for anyone who needed him.
Thomas had a passion for live events. Whether it was a sports game or a music concert, Thomas loved to be a part of everything he could experience in life. He and Lynsey enjoyed many concerts together. Iconic bands such as the Beatles and Led Zeppelin were some of his favorite artists. Cybulski, Thomas B. of Lake View, NY on November 10, 2018. Devoted Husband to Lynsey (nee DiRosa); Treasured father of Jude and Jack; Beloved Son of Thomas and Lori (nee Shevlin); Loving Brother of Tyler (Sophie), and Tori (Marshall) Cancilla; Dearest Son-in-law of Michael and Lynne DiRosa and brother-in-law of Michael (Katelyn) DiRosa; Loved Uncle of Caleb; also survived by many cherished aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Friends will be received Friday 4-8 pm at LAKESIDE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, INC. 4199 Lakeshore Rd. Hamburg, NY 14075 (Crnr Camp Rd & Rte 5) 716-627-2919, where a short prayer service will be held at 8 pm. Friends and Family are invited to attend a Celebration of Life Gathering to share their stories and memories of Tommy at Wings Flights of Hope Meeting Place 3964 California Rd. Orchard Park, NY 14127 on Saturday, November 17 from 4-8pm. In lieu of flowers, it was Tommy’s wish for his family to be taken care of. Memorial Donations can be made to his family via Lakeside Memorial Funeral Home, Inc. Online condolences at www.LakesideFuneralHome.com.