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D. Eileen (Angerett) Kennedy

July 18, 1940 ~ January 17, 2022 (age 81)

Obituary

 D. “Eileen” Kennedy, 81, of New Castle, passed away the afternoon of January 17, 2022 at Sharon Regional Hospital from a brief illness. Eileen was born July 18, 1940. She was the daughter of the late Carl and Bertha Angerett of Prospect, Pennsylvania.
She was married for 42 years to the late Donald Kennedy.  She enjoyed riding their motorcycle and camping. In her later years she enjoyed riding with her son on his motorcycle, cruising in her Mustang convertible, watching the Pens play hockey and jumping out of airplanes.  She was always an adventurer! She also enjoyed being around her family, especially her great grandchildren. 
Eileen is survived by her sons, Carl (Beth) Cornelius, New Brighton and Jeff ( fiancée Dawn) Cornelius, New Castle; grandchildren Sarah (Rex), Garrett (Kelly), Alyssa and Cody (Taylor); great grandchildren, Makenzie, Michael, Caden, Parker, Kaitlyn, Lexi, Giovanni, Sadie, Beau, and Gracelyn, and sisters Agnes Van Dyke, Velma Bauer, and Linda (Tom) Woodhead.
In addition to her husband and parents, Eileen is preceded in death by her two brothers Michael and Gus Angerett and sister, Cassie Weichy.
The family will be having a postponed Celebration of Life Service in the early spring due to the world we live in and weather conditions. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Eileen’s name to the American Cancer Society.  Arrangements were entrusted to Noga Funeral Home, Inc. Burial will be at Castleview Cemetery. Online condolences may be viewed or offered by visiting nogafuneralhome.com

 

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