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RORABAUGH, Cheryl A. (Wissinger)

    Tribune-Democrat, 26 Apr 2001, Page D7, Contributed by Lynne Canterbury

Name:   RORABAUGH, Cheryl A. (Wissinger)
Death Date:   25 Apr 2001
Age:   54
Birth Date:   17 Apr 1947
Parents:   Robert W. & Elizabeth M. (Campbell) Wissinger
Spouse:   Wayne T. Rorabaugh
Preceded in death by:   Father; brother - Robert W. Wissinger, Jr.
Survived by:   Children - Wendy Sue Fye Moss (w/o Ronald), Daniel Alan Fye (h/o Jeanne Davis); step-children - Shannan E. deLima (w/o Jose), Jessica A. Rorabaugh; grandchildren - Danielle M. Fye, Campbell Paige Moss; sister - Barbara L. Lorenzo; nephew - Robert W. Wissinger III
Buried:   Ogden Cemetery
Newspaper:   Tribune-Democrat
Obituary Date:   26 Apr 2001
Contributed by:   Lynne Canterbury
Remarks:   RORABAUGH -- Cheryl A., 54, Summerhill, died April 25, 2001, along with her husband, Wayne T. Rorabaugh, at their home. Born April 17, 1947, in Windber, daughter of Robert W. and Elizabeth M. (Campbell) Wissinger. Preceded in death by father, and brother, Robert W. Wissinger Jr. Survived by these children, Wendy Sue Fye, wife of Ronald Moss, of Marysville; and Daniel Alan Fye, married to former Jeanne Davis, Sidman; stepchildren, Shannan E., wife of Jose deLima, Arlington, Va.; and Jessica A. Rorabaugh, Johnstown; grandchildren, Danielle M. Fye and Campbell Paige Moss. Sister of Barbara L. Lorenzo, Johnstown; and nephew, Robert W. Wissinger III, Harrisburg. Cheryl was a teacher for Cambria County Community Action. Member of Bethel United Methodist Church and Adams Township Society of Farm Women. Funeral service at noon Saturday at Bethel United Methodist Church, Salix, the Rev. Jon C. Gulnac officiating. Private interment, Ogden Cemetery. Friends received from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday at The Harris Funeral Home, 500 Cherry Lane, Richland, and one-hour prior to service at church. Memorial donations may be directed to First Summit Bank, 454 Parkhill Drive, Johnstown, Pa. 15909, where the family is establishing a scholarship fund to benefit the Future Farmers of America. Cheryl was a loving daughter and wife, beloved mother and most precious grandma. She treasured her family and her life with Wayne on the farm. She enjoyed the simple pleasures of life: gardening, discovering antiques, and her granddaughters.

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