Susan Bordy Cornman

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Susan Bordy Cornman

Susan Bordy Cornman Susan (Bordy) Cornman, 71, of Sharon, passed away at 7:45 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, in Sharon Regional Medical Center.
Mrs. Cornman was born March 18, 1947, in Sharon, a daughter of Charles and Velma (Chomor) Bordy. A lifelong area resident, she graduated from Sharon High School in 1965.
Susan was a member of the former Bethlehem Presbyterian Church, Sharon.
She was employed as an assistant manager at Rite Aid, Sharon; the medical billing department at Hermitage Pediatrics and retired from Primary Health Network in Sharon.
Susan loved taking photos and making albums filled with her family and friends. She cherished the time spent with her family, especially her granddaughter, Jessica. Jessica loved her grandmother's smile and watching "Dirty Dancing" together.
She is survived by her husband, Thomas Cornman Sr., whom she married on Oct. 1, 1966; two sons, Thomas Cornman Jr., of Columbus, Ohio, and Michael Cornman and his wife, Elizabeth, of Chicago, Ill.; a granddaughter, Jessica Husband and her husband, Russell; two sisters, Nancy Odem, Washington, D.C.; and Marilyn Phibbs and her husband, Dennis, of Farrell; and a brother, Charles Bordy, of Lancaster.
Susan was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Tempa Uhlrich; and a brother, Carl Bordy.
Memorial contributions may be made to the family.

CORNMAN
Susan Bordy, 71, of Sharon.
Calling hours: 1 a.m. until the time of the service Tuesday (12-4-18) at J. BRADLEY MCGONIGLE FUNERAL HOME and CREMATORY Inc., 1090 E. State St., Sharon. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.McGonigleFuneralHomeandCrematory.com.
Funeral: 1 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home, with the Rev. C. Charles Eckles, pastor of I.H.S. Gospel Ministries, Hermitage, officiating.
Interment: Oakwood Cemetery, Hermitage.
Published on December 2, 2018
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