Emilie H. Klyczek of Williamsville, a retired writer and translator who worked in the accounting departments of several businesses and also served as a Polish translator for the International Institute of Buffalo, died Saturday (Nov. 28, 1998) in her daughter's home after a long illness. She was 75.
A Buffalo native, the former Emilie Warchol attended St. Casimir's School and graduated from Bennett High School. She obtained a degree from Bryant & Stratton Business Institute.
Mrs. Klyczek was an accounting clerk and secretary for several area companies, including Cadet Cleaners, Stransky's Hardware and Markell Electric.
A free-lance writer, she wrote a column in the Kensington Bee during the 1970s and had stories and poems published in literary magazines.
She translated Polish literature for the International Institute.
Her husband, Walter R., died in 1977.
Survivors include five sons, Walter, Richard Sr., Thomas, David and James; a daughter, Shirley Schlenker; a brother, Raymond Warchol of Cheektowaga; 19 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. Casimir's Catholic Church, 160 Cable St. Prayers will be said at 9 in Buszka Funeral Home, 2005 Clinton St. Burial will be in St. Matthew's Cemetery, West Seneca.