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Friday, January 1, 2016

Lucinda M. “Cindy” LANE, 54, of Harrison Valley PA, a native of Knoxville, PA

Lucinda M. “Cindy” LANE
Lucinda M. “Cindy” LANE, 54, of Harrison Valley PA, a native of Knoxville, PA died Thursday, December 31, 2015 in Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Philadelphia, PA. 

Born August 26, 1961, in Wellsboro, she was the daughter of Carroll and Marie Spencer Doan. On August 1, 1981, in Butler Hill Baptist Church, she married Rodney E. Lane, who survives. 

A 1979 graduate of Cowanesque Valley High School, she was employed as a mail carrier by the US Postal Service. She and her husband owned and operated Lane Farms. 

Cindy was a member of God’s New Beginnings Church in Harrison Valley, Order of the Eastern Star #95 in Ulysses, and the Farm Bureau. 

Surviving besides her husband, Rodney, are: four children, Kristie Lane, Kelli (James) Lamoureux, J. Wade Lane, and Jacob Lane, all of Harrison Valley; six grandchildren; her mother, Marie Doan Field of Knoxville; four sisters, Michelle Miles of Knoxville, Yvonne (Brian) Zerby of Elkland, Brenda (Chris) Kirchner of VA, and Charlotte (Michael) Hall of VA; nieces and nephews; her caregiver, Lois Neal of Wellsboro; and a host of friends. 

She was predeceased by her father. 

Friends may call Sunday, January 3, 2016 from 2:00 – 4:00 and 7:00 – 9:00 PM at the Olney Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Ulysses, PA, where Funeral Services will be held on Monday at 11:00 AM. The Rev. David Brelo will officiate. Burial will be in Whites Corners Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Harrison Township Volunteer Fire Company, 112 E. Tannery St., Harrison Valley, PA 16927 or God’s New Beginnings Church, 104 East Main St., Harrison Valley, PA 16927. 

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Unknown said...

You will be missed dearly RIP Cindy With Love from The Knauer's.

Anonymous said...

This just breaks my heart. Peace to those she left behind.

Carolyn Berfield said...

I am so sad to read this. I met Cindy only once, at the Patterson Cancer Care Center. Since I have the same diagnosis and had gone through everything she already had, and everything she had to look forward to, I was asked to speak with her. She was lovely. Frightened, of course, as we all are at the beginning. I think I gave her some comfort and encouragement that day. I hope I did. I never saw her again and often wondered how she was doing. This is not at all what I wanted to see today. I wish there were words of comfort and encouragement to offer now. My heart goes out to her family and friends. I am so very sorry.