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Dunkirk, New York Funeral Homes
43 West 4th Street
Dunkirk, New York 14048
(716) 366-2500
736 Central Ave
Dunkirk, New York 14048
(716) 366-1320
201 S Zebra St
Dunkirk, New York 14048
(716) 366-5333
504 Central Avenue
Dunkirk, New York 14048
(716) 366-1999
56 E Doughty St
Dunkirk, New York 14048
(716) 366-4818
Dunkirk, New York Obituaries and News
Arthur Robert "Bob" McArthur February 16, 2017

Arthur Robert “Bob” McArthur, Sr., age 77, of Dunkirk, NY died Tuesday, February 14, 2017 as a result of a motor vehicle accident. He was born in Dunkirk on March 23, 1939, the son of the late Clayton McArthur and Agnes (Pease) McArthur. A lifelong ... (Observer Today)

Terrance Wickham Sr. February 09, 2017

passed away February 3, 2017 in South Carolina. He was born in Warren, PA, on August 13, 1940. He was a lifelong resident of Dunkirk, NY. Terrance spent a few years serving our country in the Marines from 1960 1964. He was a longtime employee for the city ... (Observer Today)

Former Dunkirk, New York mayor pleads guilty to wire fraud February 01, 2017

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — A former mayor of Dunkirk, New York, has pleaded guilty to wire fraud for pocketing over $54,000 in campaign contributions. Acting U.S. Attorney James P. Kennedy Jr. says 85-year-old Richard L. Frey pleaded guilty on Wednesday. (Lake Placid News)

Obituary, Mary M. Smith Anderson January 20, 2017

Dunkirk – Mary M. Smith Anderson, of Millerton and Dunkirk, NY went to be with her Lord and Savior on January 20, 2017 at the age of 86. Mary was born on July 4, 1930 in Newburgh, NY to the late Misner and Mary Smith. She was predeceased in death by her ... (theharlemvalleynews.net)

C. I. O. OPENS TEST OF TAFT LABOR ACT; Union Counsel in Dunkirk Case Says Injunction Clause Violates Constitution December 18, 2016

BUFFALO, Dec. 18 -- The recently interrupted strike of 1,500 workers at the American Locomotive Company's plant at Dunkirk, N. Y., became the focal point today of the nation's first constitutional test of the eighty-day Taft-Hartley Act labor injunction ... (New York Times)