Corey James Wolfram, age 21, resident of 26923 Wetsell Ridge Road, Edinboro, PA died unexpectedly of natural causes at Saint Vincent Health Center in Erie on Friday morning, July 31, 2009. The son of James Mark Wolfram and Paula Facchiano Wolfram, he lived the last 10 years in the Cambridge – Edinboro area. Corey attended and received his diploma from Cambridge Springs High School and then was employed for several years at the Edinboro Wallmart store as a sales clerk. The past two years he was serving an apprenticeship to become an auto trimmer at his father’s business, “Kennelly’s Auto Trim”, located on Raspberry Street in Erie.
Wolfram, Corey JamesCorey was well known in the area for his natural talent in music. At the age of 14 he began his first band and played for a number of bands since. His talent was in bass and lead guitar and also as a vocalist. More recently he played in the bands, “Hand in Hand” and also “Guts and Glory”. Presently he was playing in the band, “Run, forever”. His music carried him to places all over the United States. Along with his talent for music, Corey was a people person, easily making conversation and friends. Most importantly, Corey’s life was his testimony of faith.
In addition to his parents, Corey is survived by a sister – Shannon Wolfram who is at home; his fianc???e and true love – Meghan Arlington; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins all of whom will miss him dearly. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents – Vincent and Dorothy Tomzcak Facciano and by his paternal grandparents – Richard and Arlene Joy Wolfram.
Friends are invited to attend a visitation at the Van Matre Family Funeral Home in Cambridge Springs on Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9. Funeral services will be held there on Monday at twelve o’clock noon with a visiting hour to be held one hour preceding the funeral.
Memorials may be made to American Diabetes Association, 300 Penn Center Boulevard, Suite 602, Pittsburgh, PA 15235.