*In Memory*

Cynthia A Kolcun (Miller)

Cynthia A Kolcun (Miller)

Cynthia A. Miller, 70, of Erieville, passed away March 20, 2018.

Born in Corning on July 4, 1947, she was the daughter of Andrew and Anna Kolcun. She was a graduate of East High School and received her Associates degree from Morrisville College.

Cynthia enjoyed golf, antiques, crafts, and she loved living on the lake.

She was predeceased by her husband, Jerome J. Miller and her parents.

Surviving are her son, Jerome Miller; brother, Ronald Kolcun; her sister, Victoria (Robert) Loughridge; and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

Services will be private.

Published in The Corning Leader on Mar. 25, 2018

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03/25/18 10:58 PM #5    

Diane Kosty (Louison)

So sorry to hear this news.  Prayers for the family..RIP Cyndee

03/25/18 11:03 PM #6    

Ronald Olinger

Sorry to read this here. Rest in peace. May God be with you

03/26/18 07:35 AM #7    

Davida DeBLASIO (Telehany)

Cyndee was a good friend and a great Business student.  I will miss chatting with her on the phone.  My thoughts and prayers go out to all of her family members.  Blessings, Davida

03/26/18 10:03 AM #8    

Michael P. Mulcahy

Sorry to hear about Cyndy.We started out in first grade together. In high school she would give me the answers on the business math homework.She was a serious student and I am grateful for that! We were visiting at the last reunion and I mentioned it and probably for the first time thanked her,A really neat lady.

03/26/18 11:55 AM #9    

Ronald E. Allison

Sorry to hear of Cindy passing !!

03/26/18 01:25 PM #10    

Barbara M. Black (Werts)

Sorry to hear this about Cyndee.  What a shock.  She was a very kind and good friend.  We had a lot of fun growing up.  Will miss her.  

03/26/18 02:12 PM #11    

Carol Gaby (Money)

My sympathies to Cynthia's family.


03/26/18 06:34 PM #12    

Paula Roland (Gullo)

Was so sorry to read about Cindys passing.  She was a nice girl and we had a nice visit at reunion. Will hold her in our prayers.

Sam and Paula


03/26/18 06:37 PM #13    

Stephanie Benyo (Dates)

My friend since childhood so very sad I will miss her dearly 

01/04/19 11:00 AM #14    

Christine Lewis (Masterman)

I am so sorry to learn of Cyndee's passing. As I just typed her name I had a flash of memory from when we were kids and she decided to change the spelling of her name so it would be more unusual. She was an imp, quietly causing mischief with a sparkle in her eye and a silly smile. I am so glad I got to see her again at our 50th. So many fond childhood memories! 

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