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DiCicco & Sons Funeral Homes

5975 Mayfield Road, Mayfield Heights, OH

OBITUARY

Amy K. Porach

July 1, 1976July 22, 2020

AMY K. PORACH, age 44. Beloved daughter of Donna Novak and Thomas Porach Sr., dear sister of Tom Jr. (Angie), Kristy Brewer (Jack) and Ashley and Hannah Porach; loving granddaughter of Leonard and Noreen (deceased) Novak and John and Eileen Porach (both deceased); dear niece of Polly & Dennis, Lenny & Shirley (deceased), Marilyn & Don, Jack (deceased), Eileen & Rick & Jimmy &Debby; loving aunt, cousin and friend of many. Private family services to be held. Online condolences and guest registry www.diciccoandsonsfh.com

Services

  • Private Family Services to be held

Memories

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Brittany Brewer

July 27, 2020

I miss you. I miss you so much. I hope that you knew how special you were to me, I looked up to you and you always inspired me. You were so brave, fierce and free spirited. You were never scared to speak your mind. You are so beautiful, smart and funny. You let me play with real drumsticks so I could be Garth. You were the coolest. When we were all together I always felt the special connection, it felt like magic. That is why Practical Magic is my favorite movie, because it reminded me of you and my mom and Grandma. Sometimes when I felt like nobody else could understand, I knew that you would. And even though we weren't close in distance and I didnt get to see you as much as I wanted, I still felt so close to you. I don't know why this happened, I can't understand. But I feel you here still, with the butterflies and I knew you were giving us signs. I know you're with Sip now, and you are whole again. I love you so much, and I will think of you every time I look at the moon. I miss you. And I'm sorry to everyone who has to feel this pain. She was a light and still is. I love you, Auntie Amy. Give Sipapo a kiss for me.

Rylee Mcilvain

July 27, 2020

My aunt Amy was always my favorite she was such a beautiful soul and one of a kind. She could light up the entire room by her smile, and made me the creative strong confident women I am today. I will always remember the memories her and I shared from holidays to summer nights with grandma just talking for hours and hours. Aunt Amy taught me to always be strong no matter how hard life got and it really shows. She will be missed dearly and will forever stay in my heart. I love you forever and always auntie. She is always with us even if she isn’t physically here with us.

Jeremy Porach

July 27, 2020

Some of my fondest, earliest memories, are of Amy as I was a young baby and kid.. I remember Amy as a kind hearted, talented, smart, artistic, beautiful woman that I was lucky to have as an aunt. She had suffered from a heart attack suddenly at the age of 44.. just like my uncle Jack.I remember the arts and crafts she use to make us kids. I always could talk to her about anything and instantly feel better. She was an amazing soul. I was shocked to hear the news. Its tragic and i will always adore my aunt Amy. Never did I think I would lose you at such a young age. I will think about you for the rest of my days and I want my family to know I am here for all of you. Rest in paradise auntie.. Love your nephew, Jeremy

ravenna miceli

July 27, 2020

Amy was a darling free spirit. Though I can't remember the band we saw. I do remember dancing together at the Grog Shop. That was a magical evening.

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