Cora Witmer Obituary, death – Cora Caitlin Witmer, a resident of Danville, Pennsylvania, passed away on Thursday, January 12, 2023. She was twelve years old at the time of her passing, and her family was there to comfort her. She was born in Danville, Pennsylvania, on December 11th, 2010, to her parents, Scott E. Witmer and Laurie A. Sweney-Witmer. Her father’s name is Scott E. Witmer, and her mother’s name is Laurie A. Sweney-Witmer. When Cora was a little girl, she attended Liberty Valley Intermediate School, which turned out to be a memorable and positive experience for her.
Their recent participation in the online program at Danville Middle School was a result of her continuous battle against cancer, which attracted her to the school in the first place. Cora was able to pick up new information quickly, and she took pleasure in cultivating relationships with her teachers and the many other people in her life who had been so supportive of her throughout the years. Cora had a wide range of creative interests and pastimes she was interested in. Her principal motivation in life was to pursue a career in dance. Her education at the Catherine Treon School of Dance included instruction in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, and Hip-Hop dance forms.
She was talented in a wide array of artistic techniques, such as drawing, painting, printing three-dimensional images, and even making slime. Her artistic prowess earned her the “Best in Show” prize at the Bloomsburg Fair, as well as the privilege of having her work included on the cover of the 2021 Make-a-Wish Christmas card. Both of these accolades are a testament to her extraordinary creative skill. Her dream was to have one of her paintings printed on the greeting card. She lived each moment to the fullest, always remained “in the present,” and was open to going in whatever new path you wanted to take her.
She was a delight to be around. She had a passion for seeing new places, and some of her most memorable trips took her to Disney World, the Finger Lakes, and the seashore. She engaged in the activity of collecting things that she like, such as Mini-Brands, Squishmallows, and fidgets, on a regular basis. One of the things that people will remember most warmly about her is the sassy and clever manner in which she carried herself. Those will remember Cora most for her kindness and generosity toward others, as well as the thoughtful gifts she made for people she cared about in order to bring them happiness and love. These are the things that will be most significant in people’s recollections of her. She is survived by her parents, who were her rock and her strength, as well as her treasured brother, Ryan F. Witmer, and her Make-A-Wish dog, Cocoa. Her parents were her strength, and she drew her strength from them.
Her parents were her support system and her source of resilience. Cora’s wonderful brother “Ry Ry” was there for her whenever she needed him, lending her encouragement and being by her side. He was her closest and most trusted friend. In addition, she is survived by her grandmother on her father’s side, Edna Witmer, who resides in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, as well as by her grandfather and grandmother on her mother’s side, Michael and Maureen Sweney, who resides in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Both of these relatives are related to her through her mother. In addition, some of the individual’s relatives, aunts, and uncles are still among the living. Harold Witmer, her grandmother’s paternal grandfather, had already died away before she was conceived.