Coriene Sharon Banner

Coriene Sharon Banner

January 26, 1942 - July 31, 2008

Coriene Sharon Banner

January 26, 1942 - July 31, 2008


Coriene Sharon Banner lives in , passed away at the age of 66.
Born on January 26, 1942 and passed away on July 31, 2008.

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5 responses to Coriene Sharon Banner

  1. My deepest sympathies to her family. I knew Coriene as a close friend of my sister Roberta in Sioux City, Iowa. I had the pleasure of getting to know her better as a co-worker at the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company as well. We were both Information and Long Distance Operators in the day of switchboards and headsets. She was a dear person, liked by all.

  2. Jan Weiss says:

    Dear Family of Coriene,
    I am extending my heartfelt sympathy to all of you on your loss. My connection with Coriene goes back to Junior High & High School in Sioux City, IA. We had reconnected in the last few years at an all school reunion & as part of a group of girls we call “The Lovelies”. She will be greatly missed by all of us but it is a comfort to know she is at peace with the Lord.
    God Bless you all,

  3. To all of Coriene’s family and friends, we offer our deepest sympathy and share in your loss. We both attended grade school through high school with Coriene and were very close friends. We, too, had reconnected in recent years and had such good times reliving past adventures and “catching up” for the past years of raising families and growing older.

    We shared many heart felt talks in recent months. We hope you have the peace that we have in knowing that Coriene is in our Lord’s presense…well and whole. Blessings to you all.

  4. Dear Loren and Steve, Jonas and Joanne,
    Coriene has told us so much about you. Oh, how we wish we could be with you at this difficult time. We send you our love, our thoughts, and our prayers. We’re wishing you the warmth of precious memories, and may the love of family and friends surround you with comfort and peace.
    Blessings and Hugs!

    Sandy and Keith Welcher

    I would like to share an East High School memory. On one of our band trips, Coriene attempted to sing “Honeycomb”. Since she couldn’t carry a tune, those of us who were also in choir held her hands, hoping that through us, she would be able to sing on key. We laughed so hard that we had difficulty getting through the song. If I remember correctly, I don’t think it ever really worked. But–we certainly had fun trying!!!

    Sandy Hilton Welcher

  5. shaun hunter says:

    Coriene was so proud of her children. You were a real blessing to her! I knew your Mom since pre school age. I moved into a little house at 2653 so. Palmetto, just across the street from your Mom when we were both 4yrs. old. I have sooo many memories. We walked to school together every day. Took semi-private swim lessons together at the YWCA. We just didn’t seem to catch on in the large grp lessons. Our Mom’s rescued us! Unfortunately, we lived on opposite sides of her street, so we were mortal enemies during our neighborhood snowball wars every winter! We lost contact for most of our adult yrs. As you know, the Lovelies feel blessed to have reconnected with your Mom. I just want you to know how much your Mom was loved by her friends and how much she will be missed. It is a great comfort to me to know that she is in the arms of the Lord right now.

    Shaun one of the Lovelies

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