Dana A'Leesa (Smith) Ciafre

Born: Sat., Jul. 2, 1955
Died: Sun., Jun. 16, 2019

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Dana A'Leesa North (Smith) Ciafre, 63,  of St. Thomas, Pennsylvania  passed away June 16, 2019  at Chambersburg Hospital.  She was born on July 2, 1955  in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania  to Daniel  and Blanche  (Parson) Smith.  She had worked as a florist for Sprenkle & Hoke Florist until their closing.  She enjoyed flowers, sunsets, her sons favorite football teams, and her dog, Champ.  She especially enjoyed going on long motorcycle rides with her partner, Rodney Kriner.
     Dana is survived by her three children:  Heather (wife of Charles) Frishmuth of Malvern, PA, Curtis Myers of Phoenixville, PA, and Andrew Myers of St. Thomas.  She has two grandchildren; Maddie Myers and Arvella Frishmuth.  She is survived by a sister, Cindy (John Zeigler) Smith of Dry Run, PA and Harold (Roxanne) Smith of Greencastle, PA.  She was preceded in death by her parents, Daniel & Blanche Smith.
     A Celebration of Her Life will be held at a later date.  The family requests the omission of flowers and asks that memorial donations be made to the Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter, 5051 Letterkenny Road W.,  Chambersburg, PA 17201.   Kelso-Cornelius Funeral Home, Chambersburg has been entrusted with conducting the services.

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Rita Glass
   Posted Tue June 18, 2019
Dana was a class mate of mine and a member of the class of 1973, I always enjoyed her smile and her quick wit. We had her on our prayer list at church, and will continue to pray for the family. God Bless
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Dena Rosenberry
   Posted Thu June 27, 2019
My deepest sympathy to Dana's family. You have been & will continue to be in my thoughts & prayers for comfort, strength & wonderful memories of times spent with her.

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