Susan Ann Cichocke

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Susan Ann Cichocke

July 06, 1961 - February 01, 2019

Susan Ann Cichocke Susan Ann (Pool) Cichocke, 57, of Danville, Ill., passed away in her home at 12:30 a.m. February 1, 2019.
She was born July 6, 1961, in Miami, Ariz., to Virginia Rose (Hutson) Pool and Johnny Pool, who preceded her in death, and Fredrick Walters, who also preceded her in death.
She married Kenneth Lee Cichocke on April 4, 1978, in Phoenix, Ariz. He also preceded her in death.
She had four children, Johnathon Lee Cichocke, who also preceded her in death, Misty Cichocke, Jennifer (Cichocke) and Mike Griffith, Amber (Cichocke) and Charles White. She had seven grandchildren, Daniel Cichocke, Faith Griffith, Grace Griffith, Suzie Cichocke, Kara White, Mikey Griffith, Hope Griffith and a baby boy on the way.
She deeply cared for her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed holidays, fishing, playing with the kids, watching TV, singing karaoke and spending time with her family. She enjoyed her two birds and had all kinds of animals through her life.
She also enjoyed writing, coloring, reading the Bible and speaking God's words. She will be deeply missed and remembered for her heart of gold and her unspeakable strength.
A celebration of life will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, February 9, at Vermilion Heights Christian Church, 725 Oakwood Ave., Danville, Pastor Rod Godley officiating.
Published on February 7, 2019
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Jenny Pickett
Feb 08, 2019
I will miss you so much. I am so sorry for your loss. Love your cousin Jenny Lynn.
Gwen DelMuto McCord
Feb 07, 2019
She was a Sister to me,
I never had ,We grew up together,
She watched over me.
and loved everone and helped everone she cared more about other more than herself
She will be deeply missed
shirley a kirkhart
Feb 07, 2019
i remember her play baseball with all of us we had a good time at the park with all the kids play ball she will be missed