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Jeffrey "Jeff" Cornick
Date of Death: December 28, 2017
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511-513 East Main Street
Endicott, NY 13760
607-754-0110 | Map
Sunday 1/7, 2:00 pm

Jeffrey P. Cornick, 68, of Vestal, NY passed away Thursday afternoon December 28, 2017 at his family’s home in Apex, NC after a long courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. He was predeceased by his father and step mother John and Anne Cornick, mother Wanda Cornick, brother John Every, and brother-in-law Herb VanDeusen. He is survived…

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Ryan J. Asher left a message on January 5, 2018:
I didn't know Coach Cornick was sick, or I'd have gotten in touch. He was a major influence in my life and I'll always remember his spirit, energy, and sense of humor. Oh...and his ability to find a four leaf clover in a field of grass. Thank you for your mentorship and friendship, Coach. You will be missed by all those who you coached, shaped, and befriended in your life! Pat, John, and Jessica, my condolences on the loss of your husband and father. He was a great man and I'm glad I got to be around him for a number of years. I am deeply saddened to hear of his passing. My regards, Ryan Asher
CG left a message on January 4, 2018:
Lots of love <3
Al and Justine Brunetti left a message on January 4, 2018:
I will not forget Jeff’s penchant for always making a person feel good. A tremendous competitor on the fields and hardwoods. He will be sorely missed throughout the Triple Cities and especially inVestal. Keeping the family in our thoughts and prayers. Al and Justine Brunetti
Vanessa Vieux left a message on January 3, 2018:
Mr. Cornick was one of the first people who welcomed me to Clayton Avenue when I first moved to Vestal. He introduced me to everyone and encouraged me to participate in class. I had Mr. Cornick for gym for six years and he was a great teacher. I remember him fondly to this day because he was so caring, patient, and involved and I am saddened to hear of his passing. My condolences to his family and friends.
Bernadette Marrer left a message on January 3, 2018:
Our condolences from the Marrer family ?❤
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Anita and Dave Van Winkle left a message on January 3, 2018:
Pat and family, so sorry for your loss. We knew Jeff through work at Vestal Schools and I knew you and girls through Girl Scouts. God be with you in the days and years ahead. Anita (Terry) and Dave Van Winkle
Paula Kupiec left a message on January 3, 2018:
Cornick Family, I’m so sorry for your loss ?
Amber left a message on January 2, 2018:
Mr. Cornick was my gym teacher all through elementary school. He was such a great guy, who left an ever lasting impression on all of us little ones. May one of the best gym teachers Rest In Peace. You will be greatly missed.
Anne Marie Kuzma left a message on January 2, 2018:
Pat, Josh, and Jessie - so sorry to hear about Jeff's passing. I have many fond memories of the years we both taught at Clayton Avenue. Jeff had a wonder sense of humor and I enjoyed watching him use it in dealing with our students. He had a special way with them. May you all have many happy memories to brighten your days.
Noel Topper left a message on January 2, 2018:
Jeff was one of the first people I met when I moved to Binghamton to teach at SV. He used to come over to mine and John Harrigan’s apartment on a regular basis. We all used to hang out at Tom and Marty’s on Sunday afternoons. All the while he was a great father and husband to his wife Pat. It is truly upsetting to lose such a quality person at this point in life. He will truly be missed and fondly remembered my me.
Jim & Pat Brewer left a message on January 2, 2018:
We have great memories! ♥️
Allen Memorial left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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