Sherry Bleyle Weaver, originally from Williamsville, now a resident of Park City, Utah, said she misses Bills games.
Aaron Czechowski has served in active duty in the U.S. Army since 1997 and has traveled the world. He was born in Buffalo and is currently stationed in Hawaii. He said he misses the Buffalo Bills the most. "Go Bills! Bills fan for life!"
Billy Sullivan, originally from Buffalo and now a resident of Sarasota, Fla., said he misses the people of Buffalo and the food.
"I miss being able to play I-Got-It at the Erie County Fair," said Christina Weber, originally from Cheektowaga, now a resident of Fairfax, Va.
"My most missed thing would have to be the people," said Keith Guagliano, originally from Cheektowaga and now a resident of Las Vegas, Nev. His photo shows the St. Josaphat School class of 1992.
Ellen Ehrenreich Barker grew up in North Buffalo on Starin Avenue. She is now a resident of Seattle, Wash., but honors her Buffalo roots by starting and managing a Facebook group called Buffalo Expatriates. "I am very proud to have been born and raised in Buffalo," she said.
Barker's father owned a dry cleaners on Hertel Avenue. "I've lived in five cities and have never found a group as genuinely friendly and loyal," she said.
Colleen Kassab, originally from Tonawanda, said she misses the wonderful people of Buffalo. On a visit, she took her kids to Glen Falls in Williamsville.
Kassab, now a resident of Oakton, Va., also took her kids to Niawanda Park in Tonawanda. "Although my kids have never lived there, they consider Buffalo their home," she said.
They also visited Niagara Falls.
"I miss the community spirit and pride Buffalonians have in their city," said Jess Iraci, originally from Buffalo, now a resident of Toronto.
Iraci also noted she misses Buffalo architecture so much she continues to paint it while living in Canada.
John Lucas Jr., currently a resident of Flordia's Gulf Coast, said he misses Buffalo food. But ...
He most misses the feeling of home.
"The choked up feeling in my throat as the plane starts to land ..."
"The watery eyes as I hear the Goo Goo Dolls playing in the airport ..."
"It's home and there's no better feeling in the world. ..."
"It really is true: There's no place like home."
Ann Strickland, originally a resident of Eden and now a resident of Davie, Fla., said she misses shopping at the Broadway Market in the '60s. Pictured at last year's market is, from left to right, Rita Sadowski, Ann Strickland and Lorraine Beris.
Liss Markus said she misses long bike rides by the river. Pictured is Marty Markus enjoying a leisurely bike ride in Niawanda Park.
Mary Platt, originally from Williamsville and now a resident of Simi Valley, Calif., said she misses the people. Pictured is Platt at East Delavan Avenue and Grider Street in the 1950s.
Peter Smith, a current resident of Syracuse, said he misses Ted's Hot Dogs, but he stops by with the kids whenever he has the chance.
Steve Shiv said he misses Weber's mustard, but he always has a supply of it at his residence in Bay Area, Calif.