Michael Dominic Cornetto  July 6 1977  March 19 2020 (age 42)

Michael Dominic Cornetto July 6 1977 March 19 2020 (age 42)

July 6 1977 March 19 2020 (age 42)
Obituary Michael Dominic Cornetto, 42, Indiana, died Thursday, March 19, 2020, at his residence. The son of Neil and Helen (Kmett) Cornetto, he was born July 6, 1977 in Johnstown, PA. Mike was the co-owner of MCC Communications. Although a hard worker, he was a family-oriented man who loved his family and placed them above everything else. He was also the first to be willing to help anyone in need. When he did find free time, Mike enjoyed being outdoors. Surviving is the love of his life, who he has spent 26 wonderful years, Lori Plueckhahn; his daughter, Chelsea Cornetto; grandchildren, Skylar, Lyvia, and Kaydence; brothers, William “Billy”, Joe and his wife Dawn, Chris and wife Karen, and Johnny; father, Neil; step children, Amber and Anthony Plueckhahn; a niece, Alyx; nephews, Challen, Liam, Angelo, and Anthony. Preceding Mike in death was his mother, Helen. There will be no funeral services for Mike. www.lefdahlfuneralhome.com To plant a tree in memory of Michael Dominic Cornetto, please visit our tribute store.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Michael Dominic Cornetto July 6 1977 March 19 2020 (age 42).

John A Lefdahl Funeral Home

Death notice for the town of: Indiana, state: Pennsylvania

death notice Michael Dominic Cornetto July 6 1977 March 19 2020 (age 42)

obituary notice Michael Dominic Cornetto July 6 1977 March 19 2020 (age 42)

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