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RAYMOND JARMACK, VICTIM OF STABBING

A Mass of Christian Burial for Raymond "Jack" Jarmack, 42, who died of stab wounds Monday (Dec. 15, 1997) in his East Aurora home, will be offered at 9:30 a.m. Monday in Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, 1029 Delaware Ave.

The Mass will follow prayers at 8:45 in the Delaware Chapel of the Amigone Funeral Home, 1132 Delaware Ave. Burial will be in Forest Lawn.

Jarmack had been employed as a chemist for 15 years for the Erie County Sewer Authority, which has been flying its flag at half-staff in his memory.

A Buffalo native, he was a graduate of Hutchinson Technical High School and Canisius College.

An avid skier and skilled snowboarder, Jarmack was a member of the ski patrol at Kissing Bridge and the first person authorized to patrol on a snow board. He also was a popular ski and snow board instructor.

Jarmack organized the Aurora Ski Club, which grew from 20 to 175 members under his leadership. He was popular with young skiers who called him "Uncle Jack."

He is survived by three daughters, Ashley, Sarita and Caitlin; his mother, Mildred D'Angelo LoTempio; his father, Raymond of Kenmore; a brother, Christopher of Galveston, Texas; a sister, Rita Gerard; a stepsister, Debbie LoTempio-Mohammed; his maternal grandmother, Mary D'Angelo; and his paternal grandmother, Claire Jarmack.

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