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Cynthia L. (Walker) Stine
September 7, 1956 ~ October 24, 2023 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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STINE, CYNTHIA LORRAINE (WALKER), 67, Northern Cambria, went home to be with the lord on October 24, 2023, at Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital, Johnstown. Born September 7, 1956, in Spangler, the daughter of Russell and Lucille (Vetto) Walker. Preceded in death by parents and nana Mary Lavina (Titus) Vetto. Survived by loving husband of 47 years, Edward Stine, whom she married on September 4, 1976; children, William J. Stine, Northern Cambria; Lindsay M. (Craig) Thomas, Belsano; and Lacey (Mike) Anderson, Northern Cambria; grandchildren, Rylee Stine and Wyatt Thomas. Also survived by sister, Deborah (Ken) Christoff; brothers, Russell Walker, Richard (Lisa) Walker, and John Walker. Cynthia was a 1974 graduate of Penns Manor High School. Worked as a seamstress at the Barnesboro shirt factory as well as a cook at the Contres-Greer Social Hall. She was a former treasurer of the PTO at Northern Cambria School District for many years. Cynthia’s passion was cooking and baking in her kitchen, crocheting and doing crossword puzzles. She also enjoyed sitting on her back porch in nature and she loved listening to the rain. Cynthia was most happy when surrounded by her grandchildren. She was a dedicated loving and caring wife, mother, aunt, and nana. She was deeply loved and will be greatly missed. Honoring Cynthia’s request there will be no public viewing or services. Moriconi Funeral Home, Inc., Northern Cambria.