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Schuylkill County Obituaries

Arianna Lynn Griffiths, 5 Weeks

Arianna Lynn Griffiths, 5 weeks of age, of Cressona, passed away on Wednesday, October 21, at Lehigh Valley Hospital, Cedar Crest.

Born on September 13, she was a twin daughter of James Undercuffler and Stephanie Griffiths, Cressona.

She was preceded in death by a maternal aunt, Katie Lynn Price-Knouse.

In addition to her parents, Arianna is survived by her twin sister, Bella Elizabeth Griffiths, still hospitalized; her maternal grandparents, Ronald Griffiths, Pottsville, and Alexis Griffiths, Cressona; her paternal grandparents, Ronald Acker, Lenhartsville, and Sherry Lynn Undercuffler, Pine Grove; a maternal aunt, Tara Eubanks, three maternal uncles, Ronald Griffiths, Jr., Ryan Griffiths and Aaron Griffiths.

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