Zabor Funeral Home Inc.
5680 Pearl Road Parma, OH 44129,
between Snow & Ridge Road
FICKEL, John A. “Jack”

FICKEL, John A. “Jack”

John A. “Jack” FICKEL, age 93. Beloved husband of the late Helen (nee Borowicz). Dearest father of Joyce Ruminski (Larry). Loving grandfather of Christopher Ruminski (Mary) and Lauren Morrissey (Brendan). Dear great grandfather of Gabriel, Ethan, Clare, Brynn, Rose and Jack. Dear brother, uncle and friend to many. Jack was a US Army Vet, Pearl Harbor Survivor and member of American Legion Post 703, York Rd. Parma. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Cure Alzheimers Fund.
MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL, MON. JAN. 16, 10:00 AM AT ST. JOHN BOSCO CHURCH. INTERMENT, HOLY CROSS CEMETERY. VISITATION, SUNDAY, JAN. 15, 1-4 PM AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD. PARMA (betw. Snow & Ridge).
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  1. Dear Joyce and Family,

    Sending you love and prayers at this difficult time. May your memories give you smiles and the angels comfort you in your sadness. Your dad and mom will always remain special in my heart;

    Love to you and yours , always,
    Cathy

  2. Uncle Jack was an amazing man. I loved to here him tell stories when I was little and he knew just the right things to say. His advice was always welcomed. When we visited Uncle Jack and Aunt Helen they always had us laughing by the time we had to leave. He will be missed very much. I already miss when he would call out of the blue ( always when you were thinking of him!) and he would wish us happy birthday and catch us up on what everyone was doing. He was always so proud of what his family accomplished (rightfully so!) And when I was struggling through stuff he would always tell me something to keep my head held high and with in a week of his call good news always followed. I didn’t get to see him as much as i liked.
    The times we did share are always in my heart. I remember his smile and how he would light up a room just by walking in and he would say “That’s Helen not me!” He was so sweet and will always be dear to our hearts.

  3. Uncle Jack was an amazing man. I loved to here him tell stories when I was little and he knew just the right things to say. His advice was always welcomed. When we visited Uncle Jack and Aunt Helen they always had us laughing by the time we had to leave. He will be missed very much. I already miss when he would call out of the blue ( always when you were thinking of him!) and he would wish us happy birthday and catch us up on what everyone was doing. He was always so proud of what his family accomplished (rightfully so!) And when I was struggling through stuff he would always tell me something to keep my head held high and with in a week of his call good news always followed. I didn’t get to see him as much as i liked.
    The times we did share are always in my heart. I remember his smile and how he would light up a room just by walking in and he would say “That’s Helen not me!” He was so sweet and will always be dear to our hearts. He is upstairs right now with Aunt Helen, my Dad, grandma, and grandpa making them roar with laughter & singing high praise of all his loved one. Yes we will miss him something fierce but just think he’s going to have us rolling with laughter when we go home!
    Dear Joyce and Family, I know the pain your feeling and with time it will ease. Remember he is in the best place ever now beside Jesus watching over us in a new light cheering us on to be the best versions of our self’s. We love you all and we are here for you when you need us. with all my love, Vicki Lee( Carolyn’s
    daughter)

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