Loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother and Sister
Theresa J. Stuber, 74, of Ephrata, PA and formerly of Winthrop, passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, January 16.
Born in Winthrop, she was a daughter of the late William J. and Mary (Foley) Nutter and wife of Terry L. Stuber, with whom she would have celebrated 52 years of marriage on Valentineâ€™s Day.
She is also survived by two daughters, Denise, wife of Scott Johnston of Denver, PA and Cheryl Stuber of Lititz, PA; three grandsons: Trey Supplee, Kyle Grisafi, and Kai Stuber and numerous nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, Theresa was preceded in death by two sisters, Barbara and Elizabeth and two brothers, Robert and John.
Theresa was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister. She was employed as a hostess at the former Akron Restaurant from 1973 to 2004 and she loved reading, jigsaw puzzles, baking, going to the beach and visiting her family in Massachusetts.
Graveside services and interment will be private at the convenience of the family.
A public memorial service will be announced at a later date.
Services are under the care of Paul L. Gravenor Home for Funerals, Ephrata, PA.
To offer condolences, visit: gravenorhomeforfunerals.com
Cynthia Ann Dolph-McKenna
She Lived Life to the Fullest
Cynthia Ann Dolph- McKenna of Winthrop passed away on January 12.
The beloved wife of the late Robert â€œTruckâ€ McKenna, she was the loving daughter of the late Dr. Robert W. Dolph and Phyllis (Walker) Dolph, NP of Manchester NH; devoted mother of Ian Robert McKenna and his wife, Andi McKenna and their children: Jack, Charlotte and Lila of Newburyport and Siobhan Susan (McKenna) Simonetti and her husband, Michael Simonetti of East Boston; dear sister of Kimberly (Dolph) Carey and her husband, Tim Carey of Haddam Neck, Ct, the late Susan (Dolph) Leach and her husband, Dan Leach of Manchester, NH and the late Robert T. Dolph and his wife, Nancy (Schneider) Dolph of Stratford, CT and cherished grandmother of Alani Rios of East Boston. She loved all her nieces and nephews and stalked them relentlessly on Facebook, and their children Wilder Kline and Molly Susan Leach – whom she had hoped to meet and will be watching over.
Cindi lived life to its fullest. She rolled around in the mud at Woodstock. She marched for womenâ€™s rights. She was a die-hard liberal who loved a good political debate. Her happiest place was at the beach on a summer day. She was a friend of Bill W and never let a fellow friend in need down. She was a first responder, a caring nurse, and after retirement, she enjoyed cuddling babies in the neonatal intensive care unit at MGH. But most of all, she loved being â€˜Nannyâ€™ to her Alani.
Friends and family are welcome to spend a few minutes or hours to swap stories or air grievances at the Orient Heights Yacht Club on January 22 from 12 Noon to 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to the Dr. Robert W Dolph Scholarship foundation, ECSU, 83 Windham St., Willimantic, CT 06226. For more information please visit www.ruggieromh.com.