Marion V. (Huff/Skzypek) Miller, age 75, passed away unexpectedly on January 3, 2020.
Marion was born in Niagara Falls on January 23, 1944 to Mary (Alphonsine) Huff who was the wife of the late Lewis E. Huff, Sr. who died in December of 1972 and the loving soul-mate of the late John W. “Windy Jack” Brabon, Sr., who died in 2003.
Marion loved her family and friends very deeply. She enjoyed spending time with her lady friends at the Village House for dinner, playing cards and talking on the phone. She was a life-long Buffalo Bills fan and never missed the chance of watching a good game. She never missed a holiday or birthday with her family and friends, you could always depend on a card in the mail. Anyone who knew Marion knew that she loved them and they loved her right back.
In addition to her parents, Marion was predeceased by her loving husband Stephen T. Miller on February 7, 2009. Marion’s first husband Robert Skrzypek Sr., passed away on August 12, 1988. She was also predeceased by her brothers: William J. and Gordon L. Huff.
Marion is survived by her three children: Darla J. (Michael) McBain, Patti J. (Darren) Prentice, and Robert B. (Sally ) Skrzypek II. Her grandchildren: Terra L. (Mark) McGaffick, Michael (Ashlee) McBain II, Robert B. (Leah) Skrzypek III, and Darren S. Prentice. Her great-grandchildren: Logan, Troy, Taylor and Wesley. Marion is also survived by her three brothers: Randy Huff, Lloyd “Pinky” (Mary) Huff, Alfred Huff and Lewis (Deborah) Huff Jr. Her sisters: Bernadette (Alfred) DeGregorio, and Ruth (Anthony) Ponzi. There are many more extended family members and so many friends.
The family will receive friends at the Christopher Mitchell Funeral Homes, Inc. 21 West Avenue-Albion, Friday from 4-7 where her Funeral Service will be held at 7 p.m. immediately following visitation.
Marion will be laid to rest with her husband at Kenyonville Cemetery during a private ceremony at the convenience of the family.
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