Zabor Funeral Home Inc.
5680 Pearl Road Parma, OH 44129,
between Snow & Ridge Road
In Memorial


KALINA, Ki Sook.  Age 53.  Resting peacefully in God’s loving care.  Beloved wife of Thomas E.  Dearest mother of Suan Lee (Hanson), and Sujan Pak.  Loving sister of Ki Sun Smart (Larry), Ki Jong Yu, and the following deceased:  Ki Won Yu, and Ki Chule Yu.  Dear grandmother of Abigail Lee.  Loving sister-in-law of Greg (Margot), Rick (Maria), Len (Diane), Mary Kozich (Darryl), Janice Silver (Oliver), and Elizabeth Nowak (Tom, deceased).  Beloved aunt and friend to many.  Passed away on January 15, 2009.  Private services were held. 

Arrangements by The Zabor Funeral Home, Parma.  To express condolences and sign guest book, visit www.ZaborFH. com.


Messages of Condolence

  1. Tom:

    Sook was a lovely and genuine person who touched many, many lives. Lori and I pray for her soul and are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

    Bill & Lori Schenkelberg

  2. Our prayers to Tom on the loss of his beloved Sook Ki.

    Tom and Sook Ki were wonderful people and neighbors. Sook Ki was a warm-hearted, kind person and a loss for this world.

    We pray Our Lord will comfort Tom and heal his broken heart.

    Karen & Kathy

  3. I know I’m speaking for all the guys in the Browns game group in expressing our deepest sympathies and pledges of support to Ki Sook’s survivors, particularly our bro Thomas E.

  4. She was such a wonderful and caring person. I will always remember her joyous laugh, and how funny she was at family functions, especially our good times during the gift exchanges! She will be missed. My condolences to her family and uncle tommy.

  5. Dear Tom,
    Thank you for telling me that your wife passed away suddenly.
    This was terrible. I exactly know how you are going through. You have my sympathy. Take your time in this time of grieving.
    I have been going to the Holy Cross Cemetery Administrative Office once a month for berievement support group. Usually third Sunday except when there is holiday like Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, then that would the fourth Sunday at 3:00p.m.
    Sincerely yours,

  6. Ki Sook, whenever we came down to Cleveland to come see you, you were always in a great mood that kept everyone smiling. You knew how to make people laugh especially at family functions such as the Christmas gift exchange. I still remember our first christmas with you and you giving us those silver necklaces which I still have. I will always remember you not just as my Aunt but also as my friend the way you always tried to take care of others and make sure us nephews were always having a good time. I know that you’re in a better place now watching down on us, but I still wish that you were here and a part of my life.

    Love your nephew Jonathan

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