Posted by Lorrie DeNiro on February 18, 2022
Happy heavenly birthday Myron! You would’ve been 53 today and I know you’d have embraced every minute up to this point. It’s been 10 years since you left this earth and Not a day goes by that I don’t wonder where your adventures would have taken you by now and what life would have been like to still have my best friend to call me every day. I try to embrace every minute of every day “according to Myron”, because thinking of you always reminds me to find fun and adventure in the little things life has to offer. I miss you so much and it still hurts to the bone that you left us so early, but I will continue on in your memory, embracing the life that I have with every fiber of my being in gratitude for having known you.
Posted by kim fyock on January 20, 2021
Been 9 years .. how my life has changed .. I still see rainbows and think of you . I hope you found that pot of gold .. love you always Kimberly
Posted by kim fyock on January 20, 2018
6yrs years ago I received a call that took more than a friend away it took my first love . I think of you often and every time I draw a rainbow with my son . Pray that you found your rainbow where you may be .
Posted by Sheila Bremmer on June 2, 2016
Dear Myron.  I'm back in Florida thinking of you.  Know matter what you always put a smile on my face. Everyone who truly knew you was touched by your kindness and aware of the "darkness" you struggled with. But at the end of the day you were a blast!!  You loved with your whole heart. So here is a big kiss and hug and know that all your friends miss you everyday  Sheila
Posted by Lorrie DeNiro on January 22, 2016
Hard to believe it's been 4 years. Doesn't feel like it. I think of you every day. Wish we could have one of our talks at sunset with our picnic-in-a-backpack. No one listens like you did. Trying to be happy here, but the truth is I think I've forgotten how. Sometimes I envy you. Why must there be sadness in life? You must know the answer to that question by now. Please explain it to me.
Posted by Tammy Grieco on November 6, 2015
Every time I see a deer, I think of you..."Lover, Lover, Lover."
Posted by kim fyock on February 18, 2015
I miss you so much .. Happy 46th birthday my Dear friend and first love
Posted by Lorrie DeNiro on January 17, 2015
Well, here we are at year 3 my friend. In 4 more days, that is. It's gotten easier, maybe a little. But it still hurts just as much. I think of you almost every day, wonder what life would be like if you were still here. So many times I've wished I could just pick up the phone and tell you everything. I'm in San Diego these days, one of the places you talked about moving to. I think of you especially when I'm at the beach looking at the sunset. Thinking about how many pictures you made me take from the bridge in Isla Mirada that time. I counted 30 some pics of the sunset on my camera that day. And they all looked the same. But I'm sure they all looked different to you and I'm sure that you still see the beauty in a sunset, even more so, now every day. I love you so much. Come see me some time. We'll have a smokey treat!
Posted by Lorrie DeNiro on January 18, 2014
As the two year anniversary of your passing approaches, I often find myself thinking of you and having a good cry. Your death is still surreal to me and I am forever left with a void that cannot be filled. But that is OK, I do not want to fill it, as it is your spot, and I will keep you there in my heart. What I would really love right now is one of your big sweaty hugs! I can feel it and it is so nice. Makes me chuckle and smile.
Posted by Ufuk Yardimci on September 15, 2013
I thought of you today mafriend... and remembered how you laugh when you heard my name for the first time :)
Wish you were somewhere in the World and we had the chance to see each other again.
Posted by Sheila Bremmer on February 19, 2013
happy birthday, I know your keeping watch over us all. So how about we all blow a candle out in your memory today. I miss you
Love Sheila
Posted by Sheila Bremmer on February 19, 2013
Well Happy Birthday Myron...I know your up there looking at us all "laughing" and wishing you could hug us as much as we wish we could do the same to you. So you go on smiling and we will do the same every time you cross our mind. Your always in my thoughts. Your one of those people who NEVER really leave.....each of us will blow out a candle today in memory of you Sheila
Posted by Nicole March Callahan on January 21, 2013
I've been thinking of you lately Myron. My stepdad who I loved dearly recently died and I was reminded of how fragile life is and that we must tell the people in it that we love them all the time. I love you still my friend and I will see you again one day. I wish you were still around to be a friend to my mother :) You were the best xo
Posted by kim fyock on July 20, 2012
I thought of you all day today...smiled, cried and remembered your embrace.
Posted by josh u on March 12, 2012
myron was my uncle my friend my brother. i miss you, i love you, u r our friend. if it wasnt for u me and christina wouldnt be living the best life we could. i love u myron and miss u soooooooooooooooooooooooo much.i will always think of you. thank you for giving me and my wifr the best life possible. we owe it all to to you taking us to the canyon with you. we will always love u
Posted by Cindy Innocenzi on February 2, 2012
Love and miss you, Roy. Love, Norma
Posted by Nicole March Callahan on January 31, 2012
Myron. My dear sweet canyon beach friend. I will always remember your warm smile, kind heart. Watching Will and Grace, walks on the beach, crazy fun days in the canyon. I am so sad I have not talked to you in so long, all I want to do is hug you. I pray you are with the angels and God is holding your soul. I love you.
Posted by donna bruno on January 30, 2012
When Myron was in high school I was the librarian/English teacher but my last name then was Dailey. I am shocked and sadden by this news. Myron was always one of my favorites because of his respect, politeness, humor and infectious personality. Years later I met him again at Springfield Grill in Boardman, Ohio. He was just as gracious then. It is a real loss.
Posted by kim iudiciani on January 29, 2012
Its been awhile but you were always in the back of my head all the time. With your beautiful smile and laughs and jokes. To many memories yo go back in time, you will sadly be missed by me and my family. R.I.P love you always. Kim
Posted by Shirley Peacock on January 26, 2012
My Sweet Dear Myron,,,We have been friend for 42 years. The years came and gone. I'm thankful for what little time recently we were able to connect again, I was so happy that you were able to talk to your nephew, I just wished we could have got together so you could have meet your nephew. Now you are at peace and I know your Mother is holding your hand again. I LOVE YOU,,Shirley
Posted by Caleb Uptergrove on January 25, 2012
Myron, you were family to me and all of us. Without you, I wouldn't be where I am at today, I wouldn't be who I am today. Because of your light, I found the canyon and many adventures. Without you, the night will be darker. I love you and miss you, and I thank you for all the happiness you have brought to me, my family, and everyone you've met.
Posted by Jennifer Turner on January 25, 2012
Myron, It has been many many years since we saw each other. But even though we haven't spoke or seen each other, I have and will always think of you. And when I do, a smile always form. Myron, you, Bobo, and Nick were the first ones that made me part of the Friday's group. I will always cherish and love you Myron. I will miss you!
Posted by Joe DeNiro on January 25, 2012
Myron, you made us all laugh till we cried over the years. You will truly be missed by many people and the memory of your love will live you have passed on to the other side of your rainbow where that pot of gold of peace, love, and happiness never runs out!
Love, Joe
PS-- See ya later Uncle Buck!
Posted by Paul Lennander on January 24, 2012
This is pretty unbelievable. I haven't met Myron, but I was about too. He and I had a conversation on the internet and he offered me a place to stay while I was in Fort Lauderdale next week. We had several conversations and I really enjoyed talking with him. I think his offer really shows what type of person he was. I'm so sorry for friends and family.
Posted by Robert Pavlov on January 24, 2012
It's been 20 something odd years since I've seen Myron, but will always remember him. A great soul who lived life. He had more life than most of us if we live to be 100. God bless Myron. I know you are in a better place.
Posted by Lisa Ruozzo on January 24, 2012
R.I.P. Myron.. can remeber you when you were just a small guy lol lol you were a very kind soul always very kind .. can remeber few nights at riverveiw u sure could make ppl laugh and smile.. now u can smile down on all of us you will be missed it... your big brother will be waiting for yo u when you get there so your not alone and give Steven  a big hug from all of us down here
Posted by Christina Peterson on January 24, 2012
Myron, you were one of the little brothers I odopted. I have to many memories of you.How many times did you stay at my house when you and Cindy were kids? When Cindy got married, you helped keep my kids settled. You made them laugh. You moved away and we lost touch for awhile, but you always contacted me when you were around. I'm so sad that we won't talk again. I will miss you. XXXOOO
Posted by Lisa Mrakovich on January 24, 2012
We were just small children when we met but how I remember those days. Myron brought smiles and laughter and the comfort of a dear friend to each day. Myron gave sunshine on the cloudiest of days! He will always be remembered with love and a smile. May Myron rest in God's gentle embrace.
Posted by Tammy Kopnicky on January 24, 2012
"" always had a smile on your face. Anyone can see that in all of your pictures. Anyone that ever met you, clearly remembered you for your kindness. You always made whoever you were talking to feel like they were the only one in the world that existed..that was your gift! Rest in peace, handsome."
Posted by Lorrie DeNiro on January 24, 2012
Myron, I saw this today and thought of you:
"The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time, the ones who never yawn or say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn, like fabulous yellow roman candles exploding like spiders across the stars..."            -Jack Kerouac
Posted by Shiloh Hawkins on January 24, 2012
Years have passed since I have last seen Myron, but it does not change the fact that I called him my friend. I was introduced to him by some of the most loving people I know, who had made a very powerful, positive impact on his life. The memories I have of Myron are strong, happy memories. The one that stands out the most was helping him work on a Cleveland Browns room just for
Posted by Shiloh Hawkins on January 24, 2012
(continued) Doug. Myron made me smile and laugh throughout the short time we spent together. The last time I saw him, I was in my early teens, and surely I did not think it would be the last time. That just isn't how we usually think. But I have once again been reminded that life is precious, and always far too short. I will not take for granted the friendly interactions I have with people, and I
Posted by Shiloh Hawkins on January 24, 2012
(contineud)will not ever take for granted the people I call my friends. Myron Kisak, thank you for making me smile. I know very well that you will be missed by many people.
Posted by Debbie Sides on January 24, 2012
It has been a long time since I've seen you, you will truly be missed by all of your friends and family. Your brother Steven will look after you now. Give him a big hug for me.
Posted by Lorrie DeNiro on January 23, 2012
Eighteen years ago on the back dock of TGI Fridays in Boardman, Ohio, I found a rare soul mate. Myron - who has known my every secret, my every fear, my every sorrow, who has loved me unconditionally throughout these years. We have laughed and cried and shared joy and adventure. I cannot comprehend the future without him. Myron, I will always, always, love you.
Posted by Kristin Sullivan on January 23, 2012
Death is the starlit strip between the companionship of yesterday and the reunion of tomorrow. I know we will meet again some place, some time. Until then know we loved you beyond everything we always loved you.
Posted by Sheila Bremmer on January 23, 2012
Myron, your smile will always be missed. You had a "gift" of making others smile and none of us will ever forget what you gave to each of us. I'm sad that I was so close to you but didn't get to see you or hear your voice one last time, but I have to belive you knew you were LOVED.

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