Winnifred "Winnie" L. Kenney, 87, of 25 Robert-son Drive, Youngsville, Pa., passed away peacefully Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at Warren General Hospital surrounded by loving family members.
Winnie was born in E. St. Louis, Illinois on July 2, 1925, a daughter of the late Wallace Henry Smith and Adeline Johnston Smith Rudroff.
Winnie loved playing bingo and doing scratch off bingo tickets. Winnie will especially be remembered for her love of playing cards with her family on a Sunday afternoon and also having family gatherings. She also enjoyed going to the casinos and horse races. Winnie enjoyed traveling with her late sister, Garnet Burns, to ball games, casi-nos, and shows. She will be remembered by her Kenney "girls" each year for attend-ing the Canterbury Feast together. Winnie worked at the Youngsville Dry Cleaners with Elinor Songer for several years. Also, she worked at the Rouse Hospital in Youngs-ville for several years be-fore returning to St. Louis to care for her own mother, returning to the Youngs-ville area in 2007.
She is survived by her four children: Norman C. Kenney, Jr., Youngsville, Daniel W. (Fran) Kenney, Sugar Grove, Susan (David) Piccirillo Marino, Erie, Pa-trick Kenney, Franklin, and daughters-in-law Toni Mar-tin, Sugar Grove and Arlene Kenney, Warren; Grand- children Norman C. Ken-ney, III, Jackie Kenney Johnson, Daniel J. Kenney, Danielle Kenney, Chuck Schultz, April Piccirillo Straub, Joy Piccirillo Mill-er, Marc Piccirillo, Kelly Kenney, Nicole Kenney, Brandon Clark, and Ryan Clark; Great-grandchildren Falina Kenney, Scott Stearns, Jayde Kenney, Christopher Kenney, Nathan and Jenny Sue Straub, Kaylynn, Katie and Khloe Kenney, and Kayden Kenney, Abigayle Clark, and John Haynes; one sis-ter, Dorothy Touchette, Belleville, Illinois, and sev- eral nieces and nephews.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by one sister, Gar-net Burns.
A celebration of her life will be held at McKinney Funeral Homes and Crema-tion Services, Inc. in Youngsville on Monday September 17, 2012. The family will receive friends from noon to 2 pm prior to the service for a time of remembrance.
In lieu of flowers, friends may make donations to Hospice of Warren County. Friends may send an e-condolence, or sign the on-line guestbook at www.mckinneyfuneral.com.