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lhs78 Vic Kumma

from the (Lehigh Valley) Express Times Dec 11 2008

Victor D. "Vic" Kumma, 48, of Phillipsburg, NJ, passed away on Wednesday, December 10, 2008 in Hospice House of the VNA of St. Luke's. He was born on October 15, 1960 in Washington State. He was the husband of the former Rosemary Mazza. He grew up in Lynnwood, Washington, and is a graduate of Hillcrest Lutheran Academy in Minnesota. He served in the Army, where he became a Russian Linguist stationed in Berlin during the Cold War. He has been employed by Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm, the VNA of Easton, and most importantly, the State Theatre in Easton, Pa. At the theatre, he was Volunteer Coordinator, House Manager, and Freddy Coordinator. He was well known for his singing at the Phillipsburg Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, and for his performances in local community theaters, especially Country Gate in Belvidere where he and his wife met. In addition to his loving wife, Rosemary, Vic is survived by two daughters, Valerie and Natalie of Phillipsburg; his mother, Judith of Washington State; three sisters, Evalyn and Margret, both of Washington State, and Cathy of Virginia, and a brother, William of Washington State. The family will hold a memorial service on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the State Theatre, 453 Northampton Street, Easton, Pa. The family will receive friends on Tuesday beginning at 5:30 p.m. in the theatre. Arrangements are being handled by the Doyle-Devlin Funeral Home, Inc. in Phillipsburg. Online condolences may be submitted at www.devlinfh.com. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to any of the following: The State Theatre in Easton; Country Gate Players in Belvidere, NJ; Pennsylvania Playhouse in Bethlehem, Pa; Phillipsburg Christian and Missionary Alliance Church; St. Luke's Cancer Center in Bethlehem; St. Luke's Hospice House in Bethlehem, or to Caringbridge.org.


See also this article from the (Lehigh Valley) Express Times Dec 17 2008.