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Audrey Manning

Audrey Louise Manning

Saturday, December 28th, 2019
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Audrey Louise Manning, age 73, of Painted Post, passed away on Saturday, December 28, 2019 at home. She was born on September 19, 1946 in Corning, the daughter of Earl and Irma (Barber) Elliott.

Audrey cherished the time she spent with her family especially her grandchildren. Audrey was a very loving and generous person. She enjoyed being at the slot machines at the casinos, bingo, and watching various soaps, game shows and many other TV programs. She worked as a Certified Nurse's Aide at Cogswells Adult Home and at Able2

She is survived by children, William (Leslie Viglione) Wilson of Campbell, Lisa (Todd) Buckley of Painted Post, Bonnie (John) Skinkle of Corning, and Earl (Bobbi) Wilson of Horseheads, sister, Shirley Ellison of Painted Post, many grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Audrey was predeceased by parents, Earl and Irma Elliott and her siblings, Carl Elliott, Earl Elliott, Ronald Elliott, Donna Brown, and Phyllis Elliott.

A graveside service will take place at Coopers Plains Cemetery at a time to be announced.

In lieu of flowers, those wishing may make donations to the Children's Miracle Network Office, Elmira Medical Arts Center, 571 E. Market Street, Suite 102, Elmira, NY 14901

Arrangements by Phillips Funeral Home of Corning.

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Kaitlyn wilkinson

Posted at 09:22pm
I have so many great memories with my grandma, but this one meant the most to me. The day of her passing I came to visit without my daughter. She asked where she was. I told her home with her daddy, she then asked where Dexter was. And for everyone who don't know that is the name of my unborn son who will be here soon. Well I told her he wasn't here yet gradnma. She looked up at me and told me that it was okay she will watch over him while up in heaven. She touched me so greatly and was truly amazing. She will forever be missed. RIP in heaven beautiful
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Leon & Beth Shaut

Posted at 03:45pm
So sorry for your loss. I remember when Audrey & my Mom decided to make jams & jelly's when she was living at the top of Academy St. in Addison. They had to pit the cherries and deskin the grapes and what a mess but it was some of the greatest I ever tasted. That seems like such a long time ago but still a great memory.
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