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January 26, 2022 - 10:53am

Eleanor F. Hill

posted by T.J. Woodward.

Eleanor F. Hill, born January 28, 1925 in Buffalo, N.Y. and grew up in "Little Hollywood", a neighborhood in "The Valley" part of the First Ward. She was the youngest of seven children of Stanley Konwicki & Carolina Sienkewicz. She was the widow of Leroy "Pete" Hill from Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. They met at the local A&P Supermarket. She was the pretty, blue-eyed blonde of Czech and Polish descent working in the produce department when she met her husband-to-be. He was newly discharged from the Army at the close of WW II where he served in the Pacific Theatre. He came to Buffalo to visit an Army buddy. He needed a job, & he was the handsome new hire in the A&P shipping department.

She will be missed by her daughters, Linda [David] Tyczka and Beverly Hill Scinta along with her grandchildren, Arianne [Mike] Dunlap, Adam [Jordan] Tyczka, and Zachary [Sarah} Tyczka, and great-grandchildren Sam, Tessa and Isaac Dunlap; Whitley, Miller, and Bowen Tyczka and the triplets Anders, Ellis and Reed Tyczka.

Eleanor enjoyed day trips and traveling with her husband. She loved wearing bright cheerful colors and always looked beautiful. She loved all genres of music and enjoyed dancing. She was a sun bunny and loved the hot weather. She adored her Siamese cats and never forgot her beloved Dalmation dog Darcy. She was a voracious reader. After her retirement of 24 years from the F& N Burt Box Co, she did volunteer work at the Attica Stevens Memorial Library. She loved solving all types of puzzles including crosswords and word games. She was a fierce competitor when it came to board and card games. It was a well-known reality to everyone in the family that GG, never let anyone slide when it came to winning a game. It just made us love her all the more.

There will be no prior calling hours or Services. A Celebration of her life to be held with details to follow from the family

Memorials in her name may be made to Stevens Memorial Library 146 Main St. Attica, NY 14011. To leave a message of condolence please visit www.marleyfuneralhome.com. Arrangements completed by Marley Funeral Home, LLC, 135 Main Street, Attica, New York 14011.

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