Audrey L. Kearns

Audrey L. Kearns

GUILDERLAND — Audrey L. Kearns of Guilderland died peacefully on Friday, March 10, 2023, at her residence. She was 62.

She was born on March 9, 1961 in Schenectady, the daughter of the late William S. and Doris E. Vojnar. A 1979 Guilderland High School graduate, she attended Houston Community College.

She was a closing supervisor with the Fleet Mortgage Group. She enjoyed cooking, gardening, traveling, and reading and was an avid football fan.

Audrey L. Kearns is the beloved wife of Ronald J. Kearns. She is the cherished sister of Dorie Vojnar, Katy (Don) Watford, William (Dottie) Vojnar, Dan (Loyna) Vojnar, Shawn (Michelle) Vojnar, Bob (Sara) Vojnar and the late Jack Vojnar. She is the daughter-in-law of Mary Kearns Danko. Several nieces and nephews also survive her.

Funeral services will be on Thursday at noon at Cannon Funeral Home at 2020 Central Ave. in Colonie. Relatives and friends are invited to visit with her family on Thursday morning from 10 a.m. to noon at the funeral home.

Entombment will be in St. Agnes Cemetery in Menands.

Memorial messages may be left at


Dorie Vojnar (sister) 518.424.7769


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