Kathleen A. Dykin

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Kathleen Ann Dykin., age 70 of North Royalton, OH passed away suddenly on Thursday, February 2, 2023 surrounded by her family. She was born October 25, 1952 in Cleveland, Ohio to the late Thomas and Joan (nee Koran) Mayher. She is survived by her children, Eric (Kim) Livingstone and Jaina (Rick) Eagle. Her grandchildren Hailey 20, James 11, and Emily 5. She was a devoted mother, grandmother, and friend.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, February 18, at 10 a.m. at St. Albert the Great Church, 6667 Wallings Road, North Royalton, OH 44133 and will be followed by a visitation and luncheon with the family.

Contributions to the Kathy Dykin Memorial Fund can be made using this donation link.


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  1. Anne Kushnir says:

    Dearest Eric and Jaina and family, My heart felt sympathies are with all of you. Kathy was a dear friend of many years. We had a lot of fun lasts together and I will cherish the beautiful memories. Kathy was always full of spunk and energy and I loved her dry sense of humor…. You will be dearly missed and I will cherish you and my memories to the moon and back!!!!

  2. Antoinette and jim kline says:

    I am stronger because you encouraged strength. I am wittier and a tiny bit more sarcastic as you showed me. I am more tender and open to accepting life as it comes because you exemplafied that for me…And I am a better Therapeutic Touch practitioner because you shared Pumpkin Hollow time with me… Forever Hand -heart with you..

  3. Toni kline says:

    Eric and Jaina, my heart wants to comfort yours. But I have a hole in mine which cannot be filled by any other friend… So so so many long talks MOM AND i shared along the way , so many lessons learned, so many gut laughter shared in our ups and downs.. I am stronger thanks to her courage to stay strong.. Your mom will have people to teach., encouragement to give and love to share wherever she is present to…. God blessed our family 45 years ago…and still does..

  4. Paula Pagonakis says:

    My dear friend, you met every challenge on earth with your full force. You made so many lives better. You made lasting changes for the greater good. You lived and loved with all of your being. From early in our lives, we have had so many adventures, freights, and laughter. I can only smile when I think of you. I know no one as brave and resilient as you. I am stunned as you leave us, but relieved to know you are without pain, in Gods care, and watching over us.

  5. Judy Spisak says:

    I can still hear your Laughter and Your Voice – all the good times we once shared up at the Lake. I can still see Jaina bumping her head in the trunk me yelling out her name. Great Times! I’m thinking You are Spreading Your Wings – Sharing Your Laughter – Above Watching Us All! Rest Now Kathy. Your Friends – Judy & Ed