DiCicco & Sons Funeral Homes

5975 Mayfield Road, Mayfield Heights, OH


Carin M. Miller

November 19, 1970February 6, 2020

CARIN M. MILLER, age 49. Beloved daughter of Eyvonne Abraham and Richard Detle (deceased), dearest sister of Orrin Behl; dear aunt of Cameron Behl; loving companion of Robert Eric Varkett. Carin was a dedicated Health Care Professional for 20 years as a Physician’s Assistant in Surgical Services. Memorial service 5:15 PM Monday February 17 at THE DiCICCO AND SONS FUNERAL HOME 59756 MAYFIELD RD. MAYFIELD HTS.(at Lander Rd.) where the family will receive friends 1:30 PM UNTIL TIME OF SERVICE. Online condolences and guest registry www.diciccoandsonsfh.com


  • Visitation Monday, February 17, 2020
  • Memorial Service Monday, February 17, 2020


Carin M. Miller

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Nancy Dobra

February 17, 2020

It is a blessing to have met Carin last May while visiting my sister, Sandra, and her children Rob, Laura and Dave.
Treasuring the fun we shared with Carin at Dave's as we took turns taking pictures in Carin's fancy convertible. We laughed a lot that day. Carin and Rob were so happy together.
Her sense of humor and her kind and helping nature will be greatly missed by those whose lives she touched.
My sincere condolences to Carin's mother, Eyvonne; brother, Orrin; nephew, Cameron and my nephew Rob.

Lynn Mekeel

February 14, 2020

I was so shocked to hear about Carin’s passing.
She was a bright light when things got dark.
Funny, imposing and kind- often all at once. There was something about her that I instantly liked the first time I worked with her.
She was a class act, and that is rare nowadays.
May you Rest In Peace, Carin, forever young and watching over us.
God bless and safe journey home.

Josanne Pagel

February 14, 2020

Our hearts are broken at the sudden passing of our dearest colleague and friend, Carin. As a PA, she was the most incredible example of a mentor, teacher, and colleague. As a person, she was most of all a beloved friend, who's compassion for others was endless.
We send our thoughts and prayers to her family. To say she will be missed is an understatement. She will forever be in our hearts.
Josanne Pagel and the PA Services team

lori vale

February 13, 2020

Dear Eyvonne, Orrin, Robert, and Carins Loving Puppy,
Carin was special, she was loved and will be missed by her Hillcrest Surgery family. She was generous, feisty, a true patient advocate, hard worker and loved to teach. She must have ended up in Ohio for a reason....for us to know her and have her touch our lives for all these years....and she did. She was happy with her life, just the way it was when it ended. And she loved her dog. She was so excited when she found a dog for her mom. She had just told me how much she loves her dog and needs him and that this was what she wanted for her mom, to feel that same unconditional love. It meant so much to Carin, who would know it would be one of her final gifts......My deepest sympathy to you all..