Constancia "Cing" Carney
1929 - 2020
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Constancia "Cing" Carney
Constancia "Cing" Carney, 90, of Kittitas, WA passed away Wednesday, September 9, 2020. A memorial mass will be held at St. Andrews Catholic Church at a later date.
Cing was born in Gubat, Sorsogon, Philippines on September 16, 1929. She met her husband, Joseph Carney in 1950 and they were married that same year in Pasay City, Philippines. Cing moved to Kittitas, WA in 1953 where her and Joseph enjoyed 38 years of marriage before his passing in 1988.
Cing is remembered for her lively spirit and warmth; no one was a stranger at her house. She enjoyed embroidery, going for daily walks (particularly when advised not to), playing cards, dominoes, and her many summers spent camping and fishing with her family at Blue Lake. Her canned produce and Halloween popcorn balls were coveted far and wide. Cing worked at Twin City Foods for over 30 years where she made lifelong friends before retiring in 1990.
Cing is survived by her six children: Ruth (Don) Kelly, Joseph Carney Jr., Constance "Cathy" (Neil) Wilson, Marsha (Stu) Hansen, Laurie (Roger) Gates, Patricia "Patty" Burge, 16 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren, and countless friends, neighbors, and parishioners. Her family appreciates the outpouring of well-wishes and prayers through this time.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. Andrews Catholic Church 401 South Willow Street, Ellensburg, WA., 98926 "See you by and by" Online condolences may be left at
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Published in Daily Record on Sep. 19, 2020.
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October 2, 2020
U will be missed very much and remain in Our Hearts....
Much love....Jackie
JL Breitenstein
September 28, 2020
I enjoyed working with her at Twin City Foods for a few summers while attending CWSC. She loved to laugh. RIP
Rob Fraser
September 20, 2020
I love you grandma cing. Ive been missing you for years ive missed my family outings and holidays but I want you to know you are and always will be with me in my heart.... Everytime I see a glass figurine of a dog or any animal really it makes me remember the glass dogs you had that looked to us kids like they were real we always played with them and the amazing Adventures we had at blue lake and I always love telling ppl about my grandma cing who always made the best holiday meals for everyone to come eat and she would always eat rice. there were so many stories I've told ppl about her but Really, what more could be said other than shes our loving feisty little gma... Love you grandma cing you'll be missed terribly.
Katie Carney
September 20, 2020
Cing was a wonderful mom and loved her family dearly. She was like a Mother to me as to many others in the community. We all knew who Cing Carney was as she touched so many over the years. May her family cherish the love she gave them with many memories to look back on. I enjoyed every moment knowing her-MAY SHE REST IN PEACE NOW beside her husband.
Rita Rairdan (Chambers)
September 16, 2020
Dear family please accept my condolence and take courage, throw all your anxiety and pain on the God of peace, he is near to all those calling upon him. He will grant you all the strength the courage you will need as you face the lonely days without your love one, but always keep there lovely smiles in your thoughts and memory.
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