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June D. Kukor
5/27/1922 - 3/25/2020
June passed away peacefully at home on March 25th, 2020 at the age of 97. June was a loving wife to the late Rudy Kukor for 34 years. A beloved mother to Randy, Darrel, and Nancy. A loving grandmother to Amanda (Chris), Nicole (Ron), and Eric (Stefanie). A proud great grandmother to Michaela, J.J., R.J., Cameron, and Darron. She is survived by other family and friends who she loved spending time with. June enjoyed, fishing, hunting, gardening, and anything outdoors. Any donations are greatly appreciated by the family to help with the funeral expenses.

$925 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Oak Creek, WI
Kyler James Wood
4/19/2018 - 3/25/2020
Kyler James Wood, of Horseheads, passed Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at the Golisano Children’s Hospital, Rochester, NY after a courageous battle with cancer. Kyler was born April 19, 2018 in Elmira. He is survived by parents, Carl Wood & Ashley Baysinger of Horseheads; siblings, Stephen, Adam, Megan, Madeline & Chase; grandparents, Robert (Marie) Wood & Daniel (Beth) Saunders; aunts & uncles, Kate, Margo, Maryanne, Joseph, John, Anne, Michael, Sherie & April; 2 nephews and several cousins. He was a very loving son and will be greatly missed. Private services will be held by the family. Burial at the convenience of the family in Sts. Peter & Paul’s Cemetery. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Kalec Funeral Home. Any donations are greatly appreciated by the family to help with funeral and memorial expenses.

$310 of $15,000 raised
2.0666666666666666666666666700 % Complete
Elmira, NY
Theodore K Kinski
2/2/1961 - 3/24/2020
Ted (Teddy) lost his battle with COPD on Tuesday March 24th, 2020. He was a kind hearted man, always thinking of everyone else. Ted seemed to be doing better over the last few months once he found out he was going to be a grandpa, he was so excited. Unfortunately (Hazel) who is due on June 6th will never have the chance to meet him and know what a wonderful grandpa he would have been. He was a loving Father to Dallas, his only Son. Ted had a rough few years with health issues which caused him to lose the ability to work over the last year. This had been quite difficult for him mentally, physically and financially. Ted always enjoyed going to work at his job of over 30 years at Western Building Products. He always wanted to make sure Dallas would have no worries if he passed, and I truly believe he thought that everything was in-place for that. Unfortunately after our visit to the funeral home we found out what he thought he had in order was not. Sadly he had lost his group life insurance through his job when he was unable to work anymore, and it was converted to an individual policy that was not taken care of leaving Dallas with nothing to cover the bills or even funeral expenses. I am trying to help Dallas thru this rough time but financially I am also unable as I have also lost my 2nd job with the Covid-19 closings. As a parent I want to do anything I can to help him through this rough time, and I am reaching out to anyone who may possibly be able to contribute in any amount during this sad and most difficult time. I would like to thank everyone in advance for taking the time to read and possibly help us.

$1,675 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Oak Creek, WI
Mary Francis Jackson-Harris
4/24/1958 - 3/27/2020
Mary Francis Jackson – Harris, 61 formerly of Sedalia Missouri, transitioned from this life on Friday March 27 at her home in Denver Colorado where she lived with her daughter Bessie Marie Harris and her husband Christopher Sharpe.

Mary attended school in Sedalia, Missouri.

She is survived by her children, Alexander Morris, Shadawn (Aaron) Craig, Bessie Marie Harris (Christpher Sharpe) and Kyrstie Lujan. Her siblings, Donna Jean Jackson and Emmett Jackson III of Sedalia.

She is preceded in death by her husband Harold “Tiny” Harris, both her parents Barbara and Emmett Jackson Jr.

$720 of $1,050 raised
68.571428571428571428571428570 % Complete
Boonville, MO
Darius Daquan Cunningham
2/9/1995 - 3/15/2020
Mr. Darius Daquan Cunningham, 25 of Asheville, passed away Sunday March 15, 2020 at Pardee Hospital in Hendersonville.


A public visitation will be held Saturday March 21, 2020 from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. in the Chapel of Hart Funeral Service.

$4,651 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Asheville, NC
Saranna Brandt Pembroke
11/29/1976 - 3/5/2020
Saranna Brandt Pembroke, formerly of Penndel, passed away on Thursday, March 5, 2020 at Chapel Manor in Philadelphia. She was 40.

Born in Bristol and raised in Penndel, Saranna graduated from Bensalem High School in 1999. She has resided in Philadelphia for the past 5 years.

Saranna enjoyed doing arts and crafts, especially coloring. She loved Harley Davidson, anything Disney related and was a huge Reba McEntire fan. She also was a true animal lover and was always rescuing them whenever she could.

Loving wife of Sean P. for 5 years, Saranna was the beloved daughter of Victor and Catherine Brandt and daughter-in-law of Bob and Rose Pembroke.

She will also be missed by her fur babies, Bella, Stormie and Mama; many aunts, uncles and cousins; and Kallie Hadrich and her daughter, Kahlua Carfagno.

Services are private.

In lieu of flowers, her family suggests memorial contributions be made to https://fundthefuneral.com/saranna-brandt-pembroke

$360 of $5,000 raised
7.200 % Complete
Levittown, PA
Henry Transou Jr.
4/26/1948 - 2/21/2020
Henry was a great friend and family man, his passing was very unexpected. Please consider assisting his family.

$355 of $5,000 raised
7.100 % Complete
Niles, MI
Gary K. Bishop
11/20/1956 - 3/2/2020
UPDATE: 3/14/2020 The Bishop family wishes to thank everyone for their generous and heartfelt donations. The services are paid in full. Thank you all!


Gary K. Bishop, 63, passed away Monday, March 2, 2020, at the UMass Memorial Medical Center - Memorial Campus. He was the loving husband of 13 years to Linda J. (Giovannucci) Bishop. Gary was born in Worcester and raised in Lunenburg, a son of the late Sidney and Helen (Hardy) Bishop. He was a graduate of Lunenburg H.S. and attended Fitchburg State College. For most of his career Gary served the local automotive repair industry as a sales representative.
In his earlier years, Gary enjoyed racing stock cars and later, watching the races with Linda. Gary had a kind soul and a loving heart. He found pleasure in the beauty of nature, most especially birds and rainbows.
In addition to his wife Linda, Gary leaves several nieces, nephews and his extended family through marriage. He was preceded in death by his brothers Ronald and Richard. Due to recent situational happenings, finances are being humbly accepted to assist Gary's family with final expenses.

$3,670 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Northborough, MA
Russell Stuart
3/15/1961 - 2/17/2020
Russell " Russman" Stuart, 58, passed away on Monday, February 17, 2020 at the University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia. Arrangements are pending. Russell was born March 15, 1961 in Columbia, MO the son of James Sims and Myrtle Young Sims. Russell loved to go fishing and hunting. One of the things he loved best was to spend time with his family who he loved dearly. He was a very loving person. He loved his faithful companion his dog Kane! He leaves to cherish his memoy his loving wife Danielle Stuart of the home, his son James Stuart of Columbia, MO, one brother Robert Stuart of Fulton, MO, two sisters Darlene Lamothe of Mexico, MO, and Tina Sims of lake of the Ozarks, MO, and his grandson Mason Stuart. He was preceded in death by his parents.


$1,290 raised
This funeral fund has ended.
Boonville, MO