DiCicco & Sons Funeral Homes

5975 Mayfield Road, Mayfield Heights, OH


Raymond A. Fiorino Jr.

April 1, 1971January 7, 2020

Raymond A. Fiorino Jr. was born on April 1, 1971 in Cleveland, Ohio and passed away on January 7, 2020 in Cleveland, Ohio.


  • Visitation Saturday, January 11, 2020
  • Prayer Service Saturday, January 11, 2020


Raymond A. Fiorino Jr.

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Andy Wisniewski

January 19, 2020

When I knew Ray he was one of the funniest and happiest people. It was an honor to have been able to call him a friend. My sincere condolences to his family.
Andy Wisniewski, Reno NV

Michael Duvic

January 18, 2020

I've known Ray for quite a few years, initially online, but then in person.

It's because of him that I made another friend in Cleveland.

I'm still in shock and just having a difficult time coming to terms with his passing.

Please accept my condolences.

He was a GREAT person!

Shari Fiorino Bearce

January 12, 2020

Family & Friends,
This is Ben and Valerie -- Ray's nephew and Grama. Ray adored both. As an Uncle and Grandson, Ray shared his love, humor and selfless character with both.
Valerie Pellan was an awesome Grama to her 1st grandson, Raymond. My memories are too many but here's one:
Grama would take us (me, Debi, John Pellan, Ray) for trips to Punderson State Park in her Cutlass Supreme, first going over speed bumps in Marsol Towers apartments, before heading to that beach. I clearly remember holding Ray and being in her car (did we wear seat belts? sit in boost seats? lol) bouncing around, laughing, singing all the way to Newbury. Good times, good times.
Valerie was dang proud to be the Grandmother of Raymond Anthony Fiorino-- that is for sure!

Barb Walters

January 11, 2020

Ray will surely be missed. He had a great heart and I was honored to call him my friend. Cherish your memories.

Linda Martin

January 11, 2020

We ran in the same circle for years when we were young and crazy. You always brought good cheer and humor, brightening up any outing or event. A kind soul, always willing to go the extra mile to help a friend. Heaven just got a gem! RIP my friend you will be missed and remembered with a smile.


January 10, 2020

Raymond, Beauty and love.. embraced all things, loved animals, art, nature, earth.. everything.. one of my first friends when I came out.. amazing Babysitter to my pets that adored him more than they adored me.. Tender loving creative loyal joyful fun amazing Man.. I will never forget you my friend and I will see you on the other side..

Diana Miller (Fudurich)

January 10, 2020

I am grateful that I just saw Ray on Christmas day - after almost 15 years - we laughed and caught up on life - and he was always smiling!!! But what I will remember most is our days at American Speedy - when he would develop our photo's and I took orders for printing! He would make me laugh each and every day - Ray you will be missed by so many - especially your mom - so say Hi to your dad for us - and may God keep you in his warm embrace!

Jeff Boone

January 9, 2020

Ray was a huge part of of our summer family at camp. He brought his unique humor and entertainment always up for deep belly laughs and shenanigans ! A kind soul who has touched so many lives. He gave of his time and talents to some of our events. He gave us all of him and we will love him and miss him for a long time to come. We are grateful that he was a part of our summer family and we were and are a better brighter place because of your beautiful spirit my friend. We will miss you terrible! Your F.V. family .

Bill Owens

January 9, 2020

It was probably 13 years ago when I first met Ray camping. Ray was an incredible person with such energy and always so outgoing and friendly. I immediately liked him from the very beginning.

I am sad that your time on this earth was so short. In these short years, you left such a great impression on so many people. The world will miss you and be a little less special without your smile, laughter, kindness and overall good nature.

I imagine the gates of Heaven will soon be covered in one of your crochet pieces!

Rest in peace my friend.

Syd Hall

January 9, 2020

It was such a pleasure knowing Ray. What a guy!