OBITUARIO

Susan Margaret McCallin

14 abril , 195326 diciembre , 2019
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Susan M. McCallin, age 66, of Jackson Township, passed away in her home on Thursday morning, December 26, 2019 after a long battle with cancer.

She was born in Canton to the late William and Irene Sibila, Sue was a graduate of Canton Central Catholic High School, studied Home Economics at Mercyhurst College, and received a degree in Food Service Management from Akron University. Her passion was cooking and baking, carrying on traditional family recipes. She was named a Canton Repository “Cook of The Week” in 1995. Her family and friends were central to her life.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her father-in-law, John P. McCallin Sr. She is survived by her husband of 45 years, John P. McCallin Jr.; son, J.P. (Tracy) McCallin III; grandsons, Ian and Derek; brother, Michael (Nan) Sibila; sister, Joan (Tom) Dubay; nieces, Abica and Jessica; aunt, Lillian Sibila; many Sibila and Green cousins; mother-in-law, Carol McCallin; uncle, Tom (Rebecca) McCallin; and the crew of McCallin Brother and Sister in-laws, nieces and nephews.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 am on Saturday January 4, 2020 at Queen of Heaven Catholic Church, 1800 Steese Rd, Uniontown (Green) Ohio 44685. Interment will follow in Sunset Hills Memory Garden. Friends may call from 6 to 8pm on Friday January 3 in the Karlo-Libby Funeral Home and on Saturday, one hour before services at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to LittlePinkribbonGirl.org, 6541 Avalon St. N.W. Canton, Oh 44708. The family expresses their appreciation to Dr. James Schmotzer, Dr. Shruti Trehan, Dr. Jeffrey Marsh, the entire Aultman Cancer Center Staff, and Aultman Hospice for the care and support they provided to Susan and her family.

Servicios

  • Visitation viernes, 3 enero , 2020
  • Visitation sábado, 4 enero , 2020
  • Mass of Christian Burial sábado, 4 enero , 2020

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Thomas Sibila

13 enero , 2020

We always called our relationship as: Sister from another Mister. Through grade school, high school, and to the present, we always had that link that made knowing Sweebie a treasured memory forever. Always the best of us all and our moral compass, we are left all the better, to have been blessed and enjoyed her special qualities in our lives. She may finally be pain free and in a much better place, but we will always remember our angel on earth.

Guy and Robin Corzine

4 enero , 2020

So many happy memories as neighbors. Cookouts, parties ... fun with the kids. We will always remember her for her easy going style and fun to be with. May she rest in peace and pain free at last.

Carolyn and Don Mehl

2 enero , 2020

Our sincere and deepest condolences to the McCallin and Sibila families on the shared loss of a creative, loving and beautiful women whose courage and endurance was certainly an inspiration to us all. Sue was the tops as a wife, mother, grandmother, sister and cousin. Her faith and generosity particularly shined when she helped care for her father and mother during their final years when Sue was battling against her own illness.

My fondest memory of Sue goes back to the annual Sibila family picnics at grandma's house. Here, Sue and her sister Joan and my sisters Marilyn, Michele and I presented theatrical plays for our cousins, aunts and uncles. We made-up the play, created the costumes and used props located in the basement of Uncle Bill and Aunt Irene's home. What fun we had as children!

Sue's spirit will always remain in our hearts and mind.

Carolyn and Don

Jean Miller

31 diciembre , 2019

I remember talking with Sue at Abica and Rob’s wedding. We talked about how happy she was to be there and how beautiful Ab looked. We also discussed making cookies; I was deeply impressed with the taste, quantity and beautiful presentation of the cookies she had brought.
I remember Sue as a gracious, kind, and humble person. I am blessed to have known her.

Larry & Diane Kelly

31 diciembre , 2019

So glad to have had Sue in our family all of these years! She was a very sweet, lovable person and so brave in all of her painful years! Our prayers are with her and her family!

Ron and Jane Sibila

30 diciembre , 2019

Jane and I offer condolences to the McCallin family on their loss. We are in N.C. but will be thinking and praying for her

Duane & Stephanie Sibila

30 diciembre , 2019

Steph and I would like to pass our deepest condolence to the family of a great warrior. She was a very special cousin having grown up next door neighbors. I remember being a small child and Sue, being in the first or second grade, would get Mike and myself (and anyone else around) and set up a classroom in her basement. There she would pretend she was a teacher, instructing her students on the day's lesson.

Many years later, when I was on the JTVFD, we would get called out late at night/early mornings for an alarm. Sue would jump out of bed when she heard Mike's fire phone ring (that's what we had back then) and run outside, pull Mike's truck out of the garage, turn on the fire lights and have the doors open ready for us to climb in when we got there. Oh how I remember her standing in her pj's saying "be careful" as we rushed to get to the station.

I will always remember her having a heart of gold, willing to do most anything for anyone. That was my cousin. Heaven has gained a tremendous angel this year. She will be dearly missed.

Jim Green

30 diciembre , 2019

I will always remember how much fun we had growing up and making the trip to Canton or gramma Green's in Cleveland. John, JP and family, Joan and Tom, Mike and Nan I can only offer my sincere condolences. She was a wonderful person and a great fighter. I will truly miss her.

Ron & Cathy Sibila

28 diciembre , 2019

Cathy and I send along our most sincere condolences to the family. Getting reacquainted with Sue and John upon our return to Ohio after being gone for almost 40 years meant the world to us. Sharing memories as we worked our heritages was wonderful. I will surely miss our many great conversations over the last 5 years. Heaven has gained a wonderful angel and she will surely be watching over all of us! God bless you John an JP and family!!

Philip T. Sibila

28 diciembre , 2019

Brigitte and I would like to offer our deepest and heartfelt condolences to all the family members during this tragic loss. We will both to continue to pray for Sue and all her family members.

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Biografía

Susan M. McCallin, age 66, of Jackson Township, passed away in her home on Thursday morning, December 26, 2019 after a long battle with cancer.

She was born in Canton to the late William and Irene Sibila, Sue was a graduate of Canton Central Catholic High School, studied Home Economics at Mercyhurst College, and received a degree in Food Service Management from Akron University. Her passion was cooking and baking, carrying on traditional family recipes. She was named a Canton Repository “Cook of The Week” in 1995. Her family and friends were central to her life.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her father-in-law, John P. McCallin Sr. She is survived by her husband of 45 years, John P. McCallin Jr.; son, J.P. (Tracy) McCallin III; grandsons, Ian and Derek; brother, Michael (Nan) Sibila; sister, Joan (Tom) Dubay; nieces, Abica and Jessica; aunt, Lillian Sibila; many Sibila and Green cousins; mother-in-law, Carol McCallin; uncle, Tom (Rebecca) McCallin; and the crew of McCallin Brother and Sister in-laws, nieces and nephews.