Cynthia L. Hummel
Cynthia Lee Hummel, 60, Wausau, a Stevens Point native, died
unexpectedly at her home due to health issues. No date of death was reported.
A celebration of life will be held from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday,
March 26, at Brainard Funeral Home – Wausau Chapel, 522 Adam St., Wausau. There
will not be a scheduled service.
Condolences may be offered online at brainardfuneral.com.
Ms. Hummel was born Oct. 1, 1955, in Stevens Point, a
daughter of the late John and Bernette (Bergeron) Hummel.
She was licensed as an attorney in 1991 in the state of
Connecticut, with a Doctorate of Jurisprudence. She attended school in London,
Malaysia and Ecuador. She practiced law in both New York and Connecticut.
She was also the owner of “Arts, Books & Banter” in
She was involved in reading, dancing, art, music and
traveling, and she would go between her home and her neighbors’ so that they
could paint together. She also painted the rugged and picturesque landscape of
St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada.
She was the co-founder of the River District Theatre Company
in Wausau. In New York, she produced the off-Broadway play, “Naked Darrow.”
She was married to David Kornegay Oct. 1, 2011, in a
ceremony in Waupaca and then at a legal ceremony Feb. 29, 2012, in South Padre
Survivors include her husband, David Kornegay; three children,
Graham (fiancée Jackie Magee), Orono, Maine, Noah (significant other Katelyn
Faulks), Minneapolis, Minn., and Holly (Patrick) Knutson, Tampa, Fla.; one brother,
John Hummel, Superior; one sister, Patty (Rich) Middleton, Stoddard; and two