Sally Kuebler

Sally Ann Kuebler

1946 - 2021

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Sally may have been small in stature, but she had one of the biggest hearts one could ever imagine. Her kindness and generosity were unmatched, and her hard-working nature passed on to her future generations. Sally independently raised her four children for the majority of her time, and she did everything to provide for them. Where she was able to find work to provide for her family, she did just that, from working construction, working in upholstery, to owning and operating her own painting business. Despite how hard she worked, Sally always made time for her children and were there for all of their major sporting events and concerts. She was always supportive and proud of her children and their accomplishments. Later on, when Sally became a grandmother, her world shifted to them. Her grandchildren then became her whole world, and when she retired, was able to dedicate as much time as she could to being with them and watching them grow. She also filled her life with many volunteer activities and community connections. In Sally’s early years, she had an early start to helping those in need by serving in the Peace Corps. One of her biggest contributions came from her time with the Lake View Volunteer Fire Association, of which she is a lifetime member. She dedicated her time as being both a firefighter and a member of the Hamburg Water Rescue. Her dedication to her community is commemorated at the Fireman’s Memorial Exhibit of Western New York, where her uniform is displayed with pride. Before retirement, she worked in the laundry department at the WCC in Wanakah and ran a tight operation; when working at the WCC laundry department, that was her business, and she was proud of it. Sally, however, was not just dedicated to her work and family; she had a multitude of hobbies and love for little things that occupied her time. For example, she was always seen with a cup of hot coffee in her hands. No matter the occasion, she could drink the stuff by the pots, while also having a pitcher of Kool-Aid at the ready for the kids. She had a love for lighthouses and enjoyed their peaceful beauty, and had a boat when she was younger that she could be seen putting around in. She would talk about her amazing ride as well, a 1966 Mustang. She also read constantly and had a soft spot for Danielle Steele romance novels. Sally had photo albums in every corner of her house to accommodate her millions of photos and all her disposable cameras. Her notetaking and date tracking was also impeccable; she always kept her old calendars with all her notes so she could remember the activities she did throughout the year as well as remind her family when everyone’s birthdays were. Her stubbornness was also unmatched, especially when it came to technology. Sally would originally despise any new technology, from digital cameras to kindles to iPhones. However, when she began to really use it and get used to it, it became her new favorite thing. Despite any difficulties she’s faced, Sally will always be remembered for the true love and dedication to her family. The love she felt came out of her like the glow of the sun, and that glow will continue to shine by all that remember her. Kuebler, Sally Ann (nee Ellwood) March 29, 2021 of Eden, NY. Devoted mother of Joseph Spicola, Jill Spicola, Jennifer Kuebler, and Jeffrey (Ashley) Kuebler; cherished grandmother of Dane, Kali, Gia, Joshua, Jayden, Jianna, Jack, and Matthew; dear sister of Pati Ellwood-Korkmas; also survived by nieces, nephews, and friends. Friends received Monday 4/5 from 9AM-12PM at LAKESIDE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, INC. 4199 Lake Shore Road, Hamburg, NY 14075. A memorial service will follow. In lieu of flowers, donations in Sally’s name may be made to Paralyzed Veterans of America, or the Buffalo City Mission. Online condolences and donations at www.LakesideFuneralHome.com.
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Monday
5
April

Visiting Hours

9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Monday, April 5, 2021
Lakeside Memorial Funeral Home, Inc. - Hamburg, NY
4199 Lake Shore Road
Hamburg, New York, United States
716-627-2919
Monday
5
April

Memorial Service

12:00 pm
Monday, April 5, 2021
Lakeside Memorial Funeral Home, Inc. - Hamburg, NY
4199 Lake Shore Road
Hamburg, New York, United States
716-627-2919