November 27, 2014


Kimberly Lyn Mack-Cicone

Cicone_KimblerlyKimberly Lyn Mack-Cicone, 43, of Elyria, passed away suddenly at her home Friday, June 6, 2014. She was born November 20, 1970 in Oberlin.

She was a graduate of Oberlin High, class of 1988. She worked as a Loan Officer. Kim enjoyed cooking, baking, decorating, enjoying all sports and especially spending time with her children, family and friends.

She is survived by her mother, Jean (John) Lydon of Elyria; father, William E. Mack of Elyria; sons, Nicholas T. Cicone of Gulf Port, Mississippi, Ryan M. Cicone of Elyria; step daughter, Elizabeth C. Cicone of Elyria; brother, Marty A. Mack of Seville; maternal grandmother, Faye E. Sinegar of Elyria.

She was preceded in death by her maternal grandfather, Benjamin Berry; paternal grandparents, Forrest and Helen Mack.

Visitation will be Thursday, June 12, 2014 from 5 to 8 P.M. at the Cowling Funeral Home, Inc., Oberlin. Service will be Friday, June 13, 2014 at 11 A.M. in the funeral home, with Pastor James Smuckers officiating. Interment will be in Westwood Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, Memorial Contributions may be made to American Cancer Society or Animal Protective League.

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  • Davy

    Kimmy, rest in piece now……and know you will always be remembered by me as my second big sister and that I will always hold your memories of you as nothing less than wonderful.
    You were part of my best memories as a kid, the summertime weekends meant hanging out with my cousins Marty and Johnny at the pool and raising a little hell. When aunt Jean or uncle Bill was not around, you were always there to help keep us in line. I will never forget the time you helped calm me down from an asthma attack because I didn’t have my inhaler… were the best!
    Years later; as a young man looking for work, you helped me get a job within the mortgage industry as if you saw potential in me, which I greatly appreciated.
    You had something special about you that most people don’t have. What ever it is… had it! You could light up a room when you entered it….You could make people feel comfortable even if they were strangers…..and you always looked out for the underdog.
    I will miss you and will always remember you as a good soul.