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August 13, 1971 – Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Service Information
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church
Friday, October 24. 2008
11:00 A.M

Visitation Information

Travis Pylka, age 37 of Buffalo, passed away on Wednesday, October 15th, 2008. Son of the late Duane and Linda Pylka, Travis was an avid fisherman and outdoor enthusiast. He loved shining rocks and collecting agates on the North Shore. Travis enjoyed spending time with his nieces and nephews especially Ryan and anticipated the arrival of his new niece, Vanessa. One of his favorite pastimes was reading Louis L’Amour western books. Travis is survived by his parents George and Mary Ann Uecker, and his siblings; Tricia (Mike) Oliver, and their children Michael, Jason, Jake and Alex; Gina (Dan) Pylka, and their children Angel and Kassy; Joel (Diane) Glunz, their children, Paul and Delana; Chris (Shell) Glunz, their children Joey and Willie; Janelle Hoff, her children Dillon and Alyssa; and Jason (Shannon) Pylka, and their children Ben and Sadie. Travis is also survived by his grandmother, Anerva Pylka; numerous aunts, uncles, other relatives and friends. A memorial service will be held on Friday October 24th 2008, at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church at 11:00 A.M. with a gathering time one hour prior to the service. Burial will be at a later date in Wright MN. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Pylka Memorial Fund. Serving the family…
The Peterson Chapel-Buffalo

2 Guestbook Entries

  1. Roger and Pam Penttila

    We wish we could be there. I found this poem that I would like to share with you.


    Don’t think of him as gone away-
    his journey’s just begun
    life hold so many facets-
    this earth is only one.

    Just think of him as resting
    from the sorrows and the tears
    in a place of warmth and comfort
    where there are no days and years.

    Think how he must be wishing
    that we could know today
    how nothing but our sadness
    can really pass away.

    And think of him as living
    in the hearts of those he touched…
    for nothing loved is ever lost-
    and he was loved so much.

    Copyright © E. Brenneman

    We love you all

    Uncle Roger and Auntie Pam

  2. Bob Marketon

    I’m sad for your loss guys. I will see you on Friday. Bob


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