Obituary of Josephine Bueme
Bueme, Josephine “Josie” (nee Polak) July 15, 2019 of West Seneca, NY. Beloved wife of late Anthony Bueme; devoted mother of Larry, Gary (Holly), Tina (Mark) Molnar, Sam, and Tony Bueme; cherished grandmother of Shane, Tiffany, Amber, Nicholas, Alyssa, Sierra, Rena, and Brett; loving great-grandmother of Connor, Rylee, Payton, and Owen; also survived by nieces and nephews. Services for Josie will be held at a future date. Arrangements by LAKESIDE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 716-674-5776. Please leave online condolences at www.LakesideFuneralHome.com.
Josephine also known as “Josie” was known as a live wire or life of the party. She was extremely caring and a extra fun person to be around.
Josie was tough as nails and there wasn’t anything that she couldn’t handle! Josie was a twin sister but unfortunately her twin passed away 22 years ago, passing along the extra spunk to her. She married her husband Anthony Bueme and started a family raising five children. Larry, Gary, Tina, Sam and Tony were their lives. Josie always worried about her family and made sure that they had what they needed. Her husband passed away in 2006 but that didn’t stop Josie. You would catch her at a Meatloaf concert at the age of 80. She truly loved live music and went to many concerts. She loved to see live music at the bars and going to concerts. Josie was a fun-loving woman who also loved Bingo, playing the lottery and loved a good cocktail. Josie enjoyed watching professional wrestling on TVand loved “The Rock” and would catch it on T.V. every week. She loved to go shopping and if you tagged along with Josie chances are you couldn’t keep up. Josie loved to celebrate and be out with her family and friends. She was born on St. Patrick’s Day and that gave her an excuse to go out and celebrate. Josie loved to go out to dinner and for an odd reason loved Arby’s Roast Beef Sandwiches. She also loved her Polish food like pierogi and duck blood soup. Josie loved her animals, she had 4 dogs and 6 cats and a bunch of strays outside. She also loved gardening and had over 100 flowerpots outside all around her house. Josie loved to watch Cops and Detective shows and would listen to country music and classic rock-n-roll. She was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother and was a vibrant and fun-loving soul and will be dearly missed by her family, friends and loved ones.