Carmella Carnahan

Carmella D. Carnahan, AGE: 80,

OF: Oak Street, Johnsonburg, Pa.

DIED: At home, Saturday, October 5, 2013, surrounded by her loving family.

BORN: June 4, 1933 in Johnsonburg, Pa.

DAUGHTER OF: Sisto & Elizabeth (Allegretto) Cicuzza [D]

MARRIED: Charles T. Carnahan 1954 [D1/22/2008]

SURVIVORS:

4 Children: Charles M. Carnahan Johnsonburg, Pa.

Sylvia E. (Robert) Birt Wilcox, Pa.

Julie L. Carnahan (Lori Curcio) Mt. Jewett, Pa.

Shauna E. Carnahan Raleigh, NC.

Grandchildren: Steven (Kathy) Birt, Travis (Emily) Birt, Michael (Tiffany) Birt, Angela Carnahan, Stephanie (Adam) Wanless, Douglas (Jessica) Carnahan, Shaina Abrams, Juliana CarnahanCurcio.

GreatGrandchildren: Elisha Abrams, Noah Abrams, Vincent AdamskiCarnahan, Roman Carnahan, Kayla, Bleys, Tia, Alia, Kierra & Corwin Birt.

1 Sister: Gerri Bush Farmville, VA

Best friend & beloved Sisterinlaw: Rose Carnahan.

Her beloved 4 legged grandbabies: Molly & Rosie.

PREDECEASED BY: Parents; Husband; 3 Brothers Sisto “Buckskin”, Clement “Dubb” & Guy Donald Cicuzza “Donnie”; 2 Sisters Gloria Tietjen & Angelina Cicuzza.

OCCUPATION: Past employee of Stackpole Carbon and worked as cook and bartender for many establishments, including: Kinzua Inn, Bogarts & The Well.

NOTORIETY: Member of Holy Rosary Church, Polka Boosters, Red Hats, Piedmonte Club, Central Hose Co. & Johnsonburg Senior Center. She enjoyed donating her time delivering Meals on Wheels, shopping, the casino, scratch off tickets, making blankets for loved ones, making honey cookies, raviolis, dancing and especially enjoyed spending time with her Great Grandchildren.

OTHER RESIDENCES:

VISITATION: The family will be receiving friends, Friday, October 11, 2013, from 9 10 a.m. at the Holy Rosary Church, Johnsonburg, Pa.

FUNERAL SERVICES: Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated, 10:00 a.m., Friday, October 11, 2013 at the Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Johnsonburg, Pa. with Father John Barwin celebrant.

INTERMENT: Holy Rosary Cemetery, Johnsonburg, Pa.

MEMORIALS: In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.