- 48 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 8, 1965
- Date of passing: Mar 1, 2014
|Love and memories last forever...|
Kathryn M. Cianci (Milas) Born July 8, 1965 Died March 1, 2014 Kathy passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 1, 2014, after 48 years. She touched the lives of many, most importantly her family.
She is survived by her parents, Jerry Milas and Florence Milas (Czyzewicz), husband Nicholas Cianci, children Nicholas Cianci Jr., Anthony Cianci, Stefani Cianci, and siblings Michael Milas, Laurie Kargman (Milas), Jennifer Milas, Jerry Milas, and Julie Greene (Milas).
She had a gift for making those around her smile and feel loved. Gatherings at her home were always warm and joyous, filled with her home cooked food and lots of friends and relatives. She loved working with children, music, movies, and spending time at the Jersey shore. She also loved planting flowers and gardening, and had a wonderful talent for growing the best vegetables in her own backyard. Her greatest gift was sharing the love she had inside with others and making them feel special. She will be missed deeply.
A private service is planned for immediate family and close friends.
"Happy Birthday Aunt Kathy! I know you are in heaven watching all of us. We love you!"
"Aunt Kathy, it's Jessic-er. Messy, Jezabelle. I can't believe it has been a year. I can cry today as hard as the day I found out you were in heaven. Sometimes I hear something(a song) or see someone who looks like you and I'll lose it. You were my favorite person, like my second Mom. We grew up together. You were a young woman when you first met me. You gave me my first babysitting job; I watched Anth and Mikey, my cousins. Then years later you took me in and let me live with you when I was a mess. You spread your wisdom all over me when I needed it most. And somehow I know was there for your hard times too. When life was hard for you, you let me know, we were friends, and family. We could hang out and laugh all night long. God I miss your cooking. I miss your laugh and your smile. I am so glad I got to see you in Florida. I will never forget our last moment together, a moment we shared with Grandma K. I will never stop loving you or singing your praises. Stefani will always hear only the best, girl power, bad ass stories about you so long as I live. Forever and always. I love you. Miss you like crazy. Jes"
"Kath, I cannot possibly describe how much we will all miss you especially mom. I wish I could talk to you one last time but I will talk to you in prayer now. Our hearts are broken but we will forever have the good memories of you to put smiles on our faces. I'm glad I got to spend time with you this past year and you got to spend time with my Danny. I will tell him stories about you I promise. I hope you are at peace and know I speak for mom, dad, and all of us (brothers and sisters) we will miss you and love you forever .... Your baby sister Julie"
"Aunt Kathy, we will miss you very much. We will always remember the fun times we had. Barbequing, (your wonderful shrimp salad)Swimming, laughing, and telling jokes. We will miss all of those things. Our hearts are hurting. We know God has welcomed you with open arms.
We love you,
Michele Cianci, Adam Cianci Rodriguez, Patricia Rodriguez"
"Aunt Kathy, you have gone to heaven too soon. But at least you are with Grandpa now. You will truly be missed. I was told that I met you when I was6 months old. The lord took you too soon. I was really looking forward to meeting with you again, and you getting to meet my kids. But we will have the chance again someday. I just want you to know that I love you and we will never forget you. Love Always, Amanda Robertson Steven's Robertson's daughter."
"You have gone to heaven to join our father. I will always & forever miss and love you , your brother Steve."
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