In memory of
Carol A. McKenna
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In memory of
Carol A. McKenna
Carol A. (Leonardo) (Bowman) McKenna Carol passed away after a valiant four-year battle with cancer at age 67 on July 27, 2019. Carol is survived by her husband, Thomas M. McKenna Jr.; son, Thomas K. (Julie) Bowman; daughter, Kristine (Christian) Champion; grandchildren, Nicholas, Jessica and Jillian Bowman and Elise and Luke Champion; mother, Barbara J. Smith; sisters, Diane (Larry) Weber and Marilyn (Bill) Bohrer; brother, Richard (Cathy) Leonardo; uncle, James Feeley; special cousin, Joann Spano; and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her father, Richard Leonardo. Carol had an accomplished sales career with Frontier Communications and Time Warner. She was an outstanding cook and fun-loving hostess who provided memorable times for family and friends alike. She enjoyed vacationing in the 1000 Islands, Las Vegas and Venice, Fla., sharing great times with those she loved. Carol was a loving wife, and the best mother, grandmother, sister and friend anyone could have. Carol will be remembered for her strength, her selflessness and her infinite wisdom. Per Carol's wishes there will be no visitation. Final arrangements will be private. Donations in Carol's memory may be made to Ronald McDonald House Charities, 33 Westmoreland Drive, Rochester, NY 14620; or Make a Wish Foundation of Western NY, visit www.wny.wish.org .
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In memory of
Carol A. McKenna
Carol A. (Leonardo) (Bowman) McKenna Carol passed away after a valiant four-year battle with cancer at age 67 on July 27, 2019. Carol is survived by her husband, Thomas M. McKenna Jr.; son, Thomas K. (Julie) Bowman; daughter, Kristine (Christian) Champion; grandchildren, Nicholas, Jessica and Jillian Bowman and Elise and Luke Champion; mother, Barbara J. Smith; sisters, Diane (Larry) Weber and Marilyn (Bill) Bohrer; brother, Richard (Cathy) Leonardo; uncle, James Feeley; special cousin, Joann Spano; and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her father, Richard Leonardo. Carol had an accomplished sales career with Frontier Communications and Time Warner. She was an outstanding cook and fun-loving hostess who provided memorable times for family and friends alike. She enjoyed vacationing in the 1000 Islands, Las Vegas and Venice, Fla., sharing great times with those she loved. Carol was a loving wife, and the best mother, grandmother, sister and friend anyone could have. Carol will be remembered for her strength, her selflessness and her infinite wisdom. Per Carol's wishes there will be no visitation. Final arrangements will be private. Donations in Carol's memory may be made to Ronald McDonald House Charities, 33 Westmoreland Drive, Rochester, NY 14620; or Make a Wish Foundation of Western NY, visit www.wny.wish.org .
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