We will say our final goodbyes to a Buffalo Legend and Iconic Staple within the Buffalo Community tomorrow. The Doris Records owner, for 55 years, Mack Luchey, created a home -like atmosphere inside the walls of the Record Store.

Here's what Mayor Byron Brown said about Mack:

Mayor Byron W. Brown
I am saddened by the passing of Mack Luchey. As owner of Doris Records, the City's oldest record store, he brought the community together through his diverse musical selections and tickets to entertainment venues. Please join me in extending your thoughts & prayers to the family.

Mayor Brown shares the sentiments of all Buffalonians, especially those with the African -American Community.  Mack Luchey will be sorely missed within the Buffalo Community and by friends and Family outside of Buffalo.

Enjoy many memorable pictures of Mach Luchey below.  You'll be surprised at some of the many people you may know (locally) in the pics as well as the faces of notable Celebrities!

Home-Going Information:

WAKE: (According to Thomas J Funeral Home /www.meaningfulfunerals.net) 

Visitation Hours: Saturday, Feb 3 

Shiloh Baptist Church, 156 Pine Street, Buffalo NY /10 am - 1 pm

Home-Going Service:  Saturday, Feb 3 

Shiloh Baptist Church, 156 Pine Street, Buffalo NY / 1 pm '

MEMORABLE PICTURES:  Mack Luchey: March 8, 1935 – Jan. 26 

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