Corinne "Sissy" Weaver, 64, of Orrtanna, entered God's eternal care on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017 at Gettysburg Hospital, after a 17-year battle with MS. She was the wife of the late Cecil J. Weaver. Born June 18, 1952 in Gettysburg, she was the daughter of the late Louetta (LeGore) and Charles W. Sterner Jr.

Corinne is survived by her daughter Stacy L. and husband Cory, and two grandchildren, Chloe and Jacob Krietz of Orrtanna; one sister Sharon L. Sprankle and husband Larry of Fairfield; sister-in-law Bernedette Sterner of Gettysburg; as well as three nephews, Joseph Sprankle and wife Jennifer of Fairfield, Matthew Sprankle and wife Sharon of Gettysburg, and Charles Sterner III and wife Sue of Gettysburg; and long time friend Warren E. Fickes.

She was preceded in death by her brother Charles W. Sterner III and niece Stephanie Sprankle.

She graduated Gettysburg High School, Class of 1971. She was employed at the Silk Mill, Gettysburg Shoe Factory, Gettysburg Eagles, and Rock Top. She worked full time at Knouse Foods in Orrtanna for 25 years, until she retired due to illness in 2001.

She loved talking to her grandkid and animal. She enjoyed cooking, fishing, bingo, mushroom hunting, word puzzles and Western movies.

A private memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family.

In lieu of flowers, cards and memorials can be sent to Stacy Krietz, 336 High Street, Orrtanna, PA 17353. Any monetary donations collected will be donated to an animal rescue proup in Corinne's name.

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