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FORESTVILLE:  Marcy L. Popard, 48, of King Road, Forestville, died Wednesday, May 20th, 2020.  She was born in the Town of Hanover on February 22, 1972, the daughter of Roy D. and Susan Popard, of Forestville.

She was a graduate of Silver Creek Central School and was currently attending Villa Maria College with a 3.69 GPA in Occupational Therapy.  She worked as an Admissions Clerk for the former Lake Shore Hospital, Irving, for 13 years.

Surviving besides her parents is a son, Steven Lock, of Silver Creek; a brother, Michael Popard, of Forestville and her friend Brian Lock of Silver Creek.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date, time and place to be announced.

The family suggests memorials may be made either to the SPCA, 2825 Strunk Road, Jamestown, NY 14701 or to Hanover Hose Co. #1, % Steve Peters, 11919 Hanover Road, Silver Creek, NY 14136.

Arrangements are by Riles & Woolley Funeral Home, Forestville.  To post condolences or memories go to

7 Comments on Obituary Notice – Marcy L. Popard

  1. brian lock says:

    marcy, you was taken from us to early. i have many years of fun filled memories with you and i will always cherish that. i love and miss you very much

  2. KATHI MANNING says:

    Marcy was always a pleasure to work with at TLC and will be greatly missed

  3. Jennifer White says:

    My dear Marcy, I miss you already! The last time I heard from you was on Mother’s Day. I still text you even though you can’t reply. I miss talking to you so much!! Your were such a great friend and gave me the best advice! School will not be the same without you! You are a beautiful angel now ! You are the strongest fighter I know ! I love you Marcy ! Rest In paradise beautiful. <3

    Can I please be notified if there will be a memorial? Thank you. Praying for your family <3

  4. Dan Hornyak says:

    My deepest sympathy goes out to her family and those who she loved, and may all those fond memories come flooding back to help fill in your loss. She brightened the room with just her presence, and her energy lifted up their spirits. A saying comes to mind that she used to say, “My family comes from the salt of the earth.” She simply says it in a matter of fact manner. And I found this to be true with her entire family.
    Her mission was to provide for her son and his future, and that she did accomplish exceedingly. For Steven has become a man with sound judgement that has been molded, appearance she helped to create, and intelligence that comes from the salt of the earth.

    May God comfort you in your time of need, May He dry those tears of sorrow, and may He give you peace. Amen

  5. Shannon Olsen says:

    Marcy and I were friends as teenagers and I’ve tried finding her over the years. I read this in the Observer and am deeply saddened by this news. To her parents, son and brother I am so very sorry.

  6. Paula Velarde says:

    Dear Marcy,

    You were a beautiful, diligent, sweet person.
    I am so fortunate to have had you as a student in the OTA program.
    You were a true care taker and you would of been an awesome Occupational Therapist.

    We will all miss you as part of the cohort.
    May you rest in peace and be granted all the beauty heaven has to offer you.

  7. Margie McIntire says:

    Dear Marcy, The first time we meet at Lakeshore Hospital you were my trainer to be a registration clerk for the Emergency room . We instantly became friends . We both worked 11-7 rotators and we loved the night life. I’m sorry i became ill and unable to return to be your partner. You were smart, friendly beautiful living person ! And boy did we get in trouble , RIP your an angel looking down on your family and your son . I still in shock ! God called you for a Reason to be a best angel ever . Miss you my friend , hugs and kisses

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