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Lori (Pemberton) Cornwall

Posted 2021-09-15 by mhenderson
Published by The Miner on Sep. 14, 2021 -
Kingman, Arizona -

Lori (Pemberton) Cornwall, 62, passed away with her family by her side
on Sept. 9, 2021, at her daughter’s home in Chandler, Arizona. Born on
Nov. 8, 1958, in Kingman, Arizona, she grew up on a ranch on the Big
Sandy in Wikieup, Arizona. Although she moved around a couple of
times, she always found her way back to Kingman. Lori was proud to be
a part of the Kingman community.

She is survived by her loving husband of 32 years, Leonard Cornwall;
her daughter Krystal Dawson (Scott); her stepchildren Lynn Sincavage
(Jeffrey) and Dennis Cornwall; her siblings Mike Pemberton, Renee
Hagen (Leonard) and Clint Pemberton (Ella); her mother-in-law Margie
Cornwall; her grandchildren Dustin (Cierra), Tyler (Karley), Collin
(Mindy), Cale, Kyle (Courtney), Dylan (Lexi), Matthew, Sara, Nathan,
Aubrey and Lauren; her eight great-grandchildren, and many aunts,
uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins who all loved her dearly. She was
greeted in Heaven by her daughter Tracie (Pemberton) Stratton, and her
parents Howard Pemberton and Frances (Pemberton) Adams, along with
countless relatives who have passed.

Lori will be remembered as a kind, selfless and giving person with a
heart of gold. Her greatest joy in life was her daughters and
grandchildren. She loved camping, riding quads with her sister, and
cooking up a feast on a moment’s notice for anyone who wanted to eat.
She was always the first one to the campfire and the last one to
leave, this is where you would often find her dancing with her husband
or grandsons to one of her favorite songs. Most of all, she loved
spending time with her family and friends.

Lori had a special love for the friends who came into her life, from
her younger days in school, to the friends she met when she was
raising her girls, and those who became close to her after working
with her for any period of time. She had a way of bringing people
together and friends soon became part of the family.

The love of her life, Leonard, made her dreams come true 25 years ago
when they bought land in the Peacock Mountains and moved just outside
of town. She loved living on their mountain and watching the sunsets
from her front porch. This is the place her family and friends will
always remember her.

A Celebration of Life will be held in Kingman, Arizona at the Hualapai
Mountain Park Recreation Area 2 on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021. As Lori
would have wanted, this celebration will be a casual gathering. We
welcome you to celebrate her life with us at any time throughout the
afternoon between 1 – 5 p.m.

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