Matthew J. McCumiskey, formerly of Hornell

CANANDAIGUA/HORNELL-Matthew J. McCumiskey, 36, of Canandaigua, formerly of Hornell, passed away unexpectedly Monday morning (March 30, 2015) at F.F. Thompson Hospital in Canandaigua.

Born in Hornell on July 19, 1978, he was a son of Norman and Christine Arnault McCumiskey, who survive.

A graduate of Hornell High School, class of 1996 he majored in business administration and graduated from Alfred State College and received his bachelor’s degree from Alfred University.

While residing in Canandaigua he was employed for 13 years as a manager for Sherwin-Williams and was presently employed as a manager for True Value in Penn Yan.

Matt’s entire life was centered around his family, especially his three sons. He volunteered his time assisting as a coach for baseball, basketball and football for the Marcus Whitman School District in Rushville. A season ticket holder for the Buffalo Bills, Matt also enjoyed attending Syracuse basketball games and assisting his brother with his new business in Hornell.

Matt always kept things fun and everyone always loved spending time with him. He will be remembered most of all for being a devoted father, son, uncle and friend. He will be greatly missed.

His loving family includes his three sons, Gavin, Derek and Colin McCumiskey all of Canandaigua; his parents, Norman and Christine McCumiskey of Hornell; his three brothers, John McCumiskey of Hornell, Michael (Melissa) McCumiskey of Rochester and Daniel (Kaitlynn) McCumiskey of Portsmouth, N.H.; his two nieces, Elizabeth and Lacy McCumiskey; his three nephews, Jack, Norman and Joseph McCumiskey; also his aunts, uncles, cousins and his close friend, Shannon Craig of Farmington.

The Bishop & Johnson Funeral Home, Inc. in Hornell is honored to serve the family of Matthew J. McCumiskey.

Calling hours are 3-7 p.m. Monday at the Bishop & Johnson Funeral Home, Inc., 285 Main St., Hornell. Friends are invited to meet his family at St. Ann’s Church in Hornell where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Tuesday. Committal prayers and interment will follow at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Town of Fremont.