Cyrus Cornelison Obituary, Death – There can be no longer be any shadow of a doubt that Cyrus Cornelison is not here with us anymore. Following the completion of his secondary schooling at the institution that would later become known as William Penn High School, he continued his study at Pennsylvania Business School. He was also a life member of the Harrisburg Consistory, the Robert Burns Lodge #464, F.&A.M., the Zembo Shrine and its Usher Unit, the Middle Paxton Lions Club, and the Dauphin Middle Paxton Fire Company.
He was a member of the Hope Presbyterian Church in Dauphin. In addition to that, he was a part of the Zembo Shrine’s Usher Unit as well as a member of the shrine. The Dauphin Area Senior Citizens, the National Rifle Association, the Dauphin Advanced Space Technology Corporation, and the Past Boy Scout Master for the Dauphin Area Council are the organizations that are sponsoring this event.
In addition to this, he previously held the position of Boy Scout Master for. He found enjoyment in reminiscing with other people about times gone by, going fishing and hunting, and following the Philadelphia Phillies throughout the course of the baseball season.
Survivors include wife, Elle. n (Greaney) Jacobs, with whom he celebrated 69 years of marriage; sons, R. Brent Jacobs and wife, Marcia of Dickerson, MD, F. Ted Jacobs and wife, Polly Ann of Columbia MO, and Gregg E. Jacobs and wife, Beth of New Bloomfield, PA; 6 grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren; sisters, Carrie M. Powley of Dauphin, PA, Viola Grant of Harrisburg, PA, and Dorothy Peffer of Dauphin, PA.
The Reverend Dr. John L. Sproat will preside over the funeral services that are planned to take place on Saturday, January 19, 2008 at 10 a.m. in the Bloomfield Cemetery that is located in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania. The location of these ceremonies may be found in New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania. The cemetery in question is located in the state of Pennsylvania in the United States.