The funeral for cab driver Gregory J. Cunningham, who was shot by a robber while working on Christmas Eve, will be at 3 p.m. tomorrow at Concord Liberty Presbyterian Church, 256 Bethel Rd., Glen Mills. Friends may call from 1 p.m.
Upper Darby police have arrested and charged Ramir Steve, 19, with the shooting.
Mr. Cunningham, 42, of Clifton Heights, had been driving for about two years for County Cab, based in Southwest Philadelphia. He primarily drove at night, coworkers said, and was eager to help other drivers navigate Upper Darby's streets.
Growing up in Glen Mills, Mr. Cunningham played ice hockey for the Brandywine Youth Club. He graduated from Garnet Valley High School, where he was on the baseball team. He also was a graduate of the Art Institute of Philadelphia.
He enjoyed golf and was a Flyers fan.
Mr. Cunningham is survived by his parents, John M. and Judith Cunningham; a daughter, Robyn; a sister, Lauri; grandfather John D. Cunningham; and his former wife, Kim Martin.
Memorial donations may be made to the Robyn M. Cunningham Trust Fund, c/o Morte Smitham, Iron Workers Bank, 3333 Concord Rd., Aston, Pa. 19014.