Mildred Pauline Cormany, 101, of Seventh Street, Waverly, Ohio died June 30, 2014 in the Traditions at Bristol Village, Waverly, Ohio surrounded by her family.
She was born June 7, 1913 in Perry County, Pennsylvania, the daughter of the late Joseph Clyde Tharp and Mary Ellen (Lesher) Tharp. On June 27, 1936 Mildred was united in marriage to Lee Eugene Cormany who preceded her in death on October 30, 2003.
She is survived by two sons, Wade E. Cormany and wife Mary Alice of Delaware Ohio and Gary L. Cormany and wife Cynthia of Leesburg, FL and one daughter, Mary Ellen Cormany of Waverly, Ohio. She had 13 grandchildren, Roxanne (Jerry) Smith, Randi (Dan) Hoyer, Richelle (Dennis) Miller, Jill (Clark) Wade, Kristen (Greg) Boyer, Jennifer (David) Slessman, Amanda (Craig) Pitts, Daniel Cormany, Kurt (Edith) Stahler, Mel Robert Stahler, Gary (Heather) Stahler, Mary Beth (Josh) Fulk, Mary Nicole (Thomas Jason) Seeley, 38 great-grandchildren, Jennifer (Brian) Watts, David Smith, Josh Hoyer, Danielle (Zach) Mueller, Nat Miller, Dallan Miller, Channing Cormany, Christopher Cormany, Morgan Cormany, Melanie (Chad) Stickrath, Allison (Ian) Jackson, Vanessa Wade, Derek Boyer, Landon Boyer, Hailey Boyer, Cole Nathan, Brooke Nathan, Zachary Slessman, Meredith Slessman, Lauren Cooper, Carter Pitts, Megan Pitts, Logan Cormany, Ashton Cormany, Erica (Peter) Burch, Kristin (Joshua) Cruse, Christopher Stahler, Eric Moser, Lee Stahler, Adam Stahler, Julia Fulk, Madeline Fulk, Peyton Fulk, Jillian Fulk, Ella Seeley, Elaina Seeley, Isabell Seeley, and Aidan Seeley and 13 great great-grandchildren, Madison Watts, Zackary Watts, Ryland Watts, Toleya Cormany, Aubrey Cormany, Lennon Cormany, Maran Stickrath, Grant Stickrath, Zane Stickrath, Avery Burch, Hayden Burch, Madison Cruse and Elaina Moser.
Her parents, husband, a sister, Arlene Swords, grandson, Robert Cormany, 2 great-grandchildren, Lesa Smith and Justin Smith and a great great-grandson, Austin Cormany preceded Mildred in death.
Mildred graduated from Actual Business College in Akron, OH in 1933. She was a merchandiser for Fisher Brothers department store from 1929-1950. She traveled the world with her husband for Goodyear. She volunteered for the USO in Greece and Australia during that time. She was also a 70-year member of The Order of the Eastern Stars Billow Chapter #483, Akron, OH. She enjoyed cooking, gardening, shopping, bargain hunting, fishing and her cats. She loved baking for her family and friends, especially her famous Buttermilk cookies.