Alfred "Butch" Butler Jr.

Thursday, August 15th, 1940 - Friday, March 20th, 2020
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Alfred “Butch” W. Butler, Jr.

August 15, 1940 - March 20, 2020

Butch Butler, 79, of Liverpool, passed away peacefully on Friday at home. A lifetime resident of the Syracuse area, he attended North High School before enlisting in United States Navy. Butch was formerly employed by S & K Wine & Liquor Distributors and Liverpool Central School District.

He was predeceased by his parents, Alfred and Peggy Butler, and by his sister, Jackie. Survivors include his loving wife, Frances Butler; his daughters, Cindy Butler (Mike) of Onondaga Hill, Lynne Revette (Keith) of Syracuse and Kristi Butler (Frank) of Lyncourt; three stepchildren, Lynne Pirro (Joe) of Liverpool, Lori Ciarla (Lou) of Camillus and Ron Smith (Jennifer) of Onondaga Hill; his son, Craig Holava of Constantia; grandchildren, Jacob, Michael, Timothy, Joey, Anthony, Dominick, Joseph, Louie, Patrick, Alexandra, Ronnie, Madison and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Services will be private and burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Contributions may be made in Butch’s memory to Hospice of CNY.
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    Woodlawn Cemetery
    800 Grant Blvd.
    SYRACUSE, NY 13203
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Darlene Bessette

Posted at 07:58pm
Dear Fran & Family, We are deeply sorry to hear of your husband/father/grandfather’s passing. Our thoughts & prayers go out to all of you in this very difficult time. With Deepest Sympathy & Love, Darlene Bessette, and Mrs. Shirley Lewis

Barb Smith

Posted at 02:15pm
My dear friend Fran , I wish I could give you a big hug and be there for you during this difficult time. I loved Butch and all the laughs we shared. I can still hear his voice every time I called your home and he answered, always with a sweet " hi honey" I'll get her...sure you wouldn't rather talk to me!
Art and I always enjoyed getting together with you both when we came to town, we'll remember him always, great guy with a beautiful smile and big heart. Our deepest sympathy to you and yours. Love you my friend, Barb & Art Smith

Dianne Daly

Posted at 12:20pm
So sorry for your loss. Butch provided a lot of laughs and good memories.

Michelle Atiyeh

Posted at 10:38pm
Losing a father is one of life's most painful times- a Dad is always there no matter what you go thru - he will be greatly missed
Take comfort he's in Heaven & looking down at all of you. He will be watching over you now in everything you do, watching & guiding you. Take it from me when you least expect it you may shed a tear or even blurt out a laugh when a precious memory comes to mind - at that very instant you will know that he is with you. I always Loved your Dad - I have very fond memories of him growing up in Syracuse he was always at Galuppi family functions - May you all be strong at this time You are All in my Heart - Thoughts & Prayers - God Bless - Michelle & Sam Galuppi - Atiyeh

Marilyn Ryan Posted at 10:42pm

Fran and family , my deepest condolences and sympathy. Butch was my favorite out of all my Brother’s friends! He was also a big part of all my childhood memories from Elm St. I’m sure my Brothers greeted him with open arms, waiting to get him into trouble ! Sincerely, Marilyn Galuppi Ryan

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