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Edward Budziszewski, ran Buffalo market July 27, 1913 -- Sept. 11, 2005

Edward Budziszewski of West Seneca, known as "Ed Budd the Butcher" during his working years, died unexpectedly at home Sunday. He was 92.

Born in Buffalo, he drove a trolley on the Fillmore and Broadway route before taking jobs as a salesman for National Biscuit Co. and Bond Bread.

From 1942 to 1989, he operated the Bailey-Lovejoy Market in Buffalo, where he was known to his customers as "Ed Budd the Butcher."

He retired briefly before taking a job as a security guard at Deaconess Center, where he worked until he was 90.

Mr. Budziszewski was known for his cooking skills, in particular baking and sausage-making.

He was also a member of several Polish singing groups

He was the widower of Josephine Marki Budziszewski.

Survivors include two sons, John and Edward J., both of Cheektowaga.

A Mass of Christian Burial was offered today in Our Lady of Czestochowa Catholic Church, Cheektowaga. Entombment was in Holy Family Mausoleum at St. Adalbert Cemetery, Lancaster.


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