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Obituary: Geraldine W. Cunningham

Published August 5, 2016 at 2:49 p.m.
Updated September 6, 2019 at 11:15 a.m.

Geraldine W. Cunningham
  • Geraldine W. Cunningham

Geraldine W. Cunningham died Friday, July 22, 2016.

She was born October 7, 1925, in Springfield, Massachusetts, daughter of the late Harold Jerome and Agnes (Sienka) Warner.

On July 13, 1947 she married Alan W. Cunningham, who pre-deceased her June 3, 1993.

Mrs. Cunningham was employed from June 1942 to October 1985 by the Central Vermont Railroad.

She is survived by her brother, Harold (Bud) Warner, Jr. of Kettering, Ohio, and her nieces Sandra Warner of Haverhill, Massachusetts, and Susan Warner and Susan’s daughters, Jennifer and Kathryn, of St. Charles, Missouri. She is also survived by her cousins James Warner and his wife Ginette, and Jacqueline Velardo and her husband Paul, of St. Albans, Vermont, and Evelyn Kuzia, of Scotia, New York; and by her dear friends Terry Goulette, of Potsdam, New York, and Heather (Larson) Viens, of Middlebury, Vermont.

A mass of Christian Burial will be held at Holy Angels Church in St. Albans, on August 10th, at 10:00 AM. There will be no calling hours. Burial at Holy Cross Cemetery will follow the Mass and a luncheon at the Holy Angels Parish Hall will follow the Interment. Online condolences may be shared with her family at the Brady & Levesque website: In lieu of flowers, please consider memorial contributions to the Vermont Respite House, Williston, VT, or the NODA (No One Dies Alone) Volunteer Program at the University of Vermont Medical Center.

Arrangements are entrusted to the Brady & Levesque Funeral Home and Commemorative Services.

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