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Edward J. Cyrier - 50
2/22/1958 - 3/17/2008

Shabbona, IL - Edward J. Cyrier age 50 of Shabbona, IL died on March 17, 2008 . He was born February 22, 1958 in Chicago, Il; He is the son of Edward G. and Arlene (Tumolo), Stepson of Mary Cyrier.



Edward is the owner/operator of The Auto Clinic. Memebr of the of the Elks Lodge 765 and Moose Lodge 586



Survivors include: Son: Johnathon E. Cyrier of Shabbona, Il, brothers: Robert E. (Donna) Cyrier of Oregon, Il, Steven A. (Debra) Cyrier of Carol Stream, IL, Albert Cyrier of Rochelle, Il, Step Brother to Joseph (Diana) Cikauskas, Anthony (Souzannah) Cikauskas, Uncle of Courtney, Magen, Katlin, Nicole, Michael, Corey, Daniel, Anthony Melissa, and Luois. Preceded in death by grandparents John (Eleanore) Tumolo and Albert (Lucille) Cyrier.



Visitation will be held Friday March 21, 2008 from 3:00pm till 8:00 pm at the Ronan-Moore-Finch Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the family to be established at a later date. To send an online condolence visit: www.ronanmoorefinch.com. Arrangements were entrusted to: Ronan-Moore-Finch Funeral Home 310 Oak St. DeKalb, IL, 60115 (815)758-3841

Visitation:
Friday March 21, 2008
3:00pm till 8:00 pm
Ronan-Moore-Finch Funeral Home


 

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To Bob and the Cyrier family, Please accept our heart-felt condolences on your loss. We will keep Eddie's memory in our daily prayes. We hope the Cyrier family can take solace with the certain knowledge that Eddie is now with the Lord. Deepest Sympathy, Bonnie and Gary
Bonnie and Gary Dietz
3/19/2008 9:46 PM
 
To my little cuz,Eddie you're one of a kind.A mix of Steven Segel,John Wayne,a big teddy bear and a little bit of of Ralph Kramdem. Gone ,but never forgot!!!! LOVE YOU BUD
Larry Cyrier
3/20/2008 12:42 AM
 
To Ed and Mary & family, we are very sorry for your loss. We will be thinking of you!!
Jason & Trish Grabbert
3/20/2008 10:26 AM
 
John, Ed, Arlene, Bob, Steve, Mary, Donna, and Debra; Nancy and I feel your loss deeply in our whole being. Eddies' Nieces and Nephews lost a Good Guy Uncle! We all lost A GOOD GUY! You Have ALL OUR LOVE and Support! Mike and Nancy Pasquerelli
Mike Pasquerelli
3/20/2008 3:22 PM
 
To Bob and the Cyrier Family - We just want to let you know that Eddie and Bob have brought honesty and integrity to a profession that is know for a lack of these ideals. You only had to deal once with these two brothers to know that you are dealing with the best. We always felt like we had a mechanic in the family, and he will be missed like a member of our family. We loved Eddie. Our thoughts and prayers are with your entire family. He will truly be missed. Nick and Lisa Johnson
Nick and Lisa Johnson
3/20/2008 11:21 PM
 
To Ed. It is hard to put into words what it was like having you for a friend growing up here in Hoffman. The memories of the St. Hubert, Conant and post-high school years will truly never be forgotten. Some of our escapades are honestly the fondest memories of my life. I don't even bother to try to retell many of our experiences to people because words would not do them justice. You know exactly what I mean. When we did see each other far too infrequently over the past 20 years, it always felt like we were kids again. Your laugh and the way you enjoyed life never diminished. It sounds cliche', Ed, but there was no one in the world like you. Really. And as hard as it might be right now to truly fathom that you are gone, your memory will be with me forever, and that is really the most awesome gift you could give. Thank you for being such a wonderful part of my younger life and I will see you later. Take it easy on those folks in Heaven, Okay? I love you, buddy. Greg
Greg
3/21/2008 12:01 AM
 
Our sincere and heartfelt sympathies to John and the Cyrier family.
Gary and Karen Butler
3/21/2008 8:23 AM
 
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Cryier Families at this sad time. Ed and Bob have always helped us out when we needed them. Our hearts go out to you all. God Bless. Matt and Dawn Duffy
Matt and Dawn Duffy
3/21/2008 8:40 AM
 
Johnathan, I didn't personally know your Dad, but from all of the comments I've read, it sounds like he was a wonderful man. I'm sure he's been very proud of the way you've turned out, you've grown into a man any parent would be proud of. I feel horrible for your loss and please know that you are in my prayers. Jennie Maier
Jennie Maier
3/21/2008 1:19 PM
 
Dearest Johnathan, Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We know how close you were with your father and know he is so proud of you. Also, our heartfelt sympathies to the entire Cyrier family. We love you, Johnathan!
Bill, Jaclyn & Dave Thomas
3/21/2008 2:47 PM
 
Ed, we will miss you. The part about ("mix of Steven Segel,John Wayne,a big teddy bear and a little bit of of Ralph Kramdem.") THATS ED.with a lil Paul Teutul Sr. in there. to Ed, thanks for the memories dude. Our oldest daughter was gonna drive here to take care of our younger one. But weather has made her ability to get here unsave. My appologies for not making it there. Peace folks
Pete & Shari Baumgartner
3/21/2008 4:09 PM
 
ED: This CANNOT be true. There is NO WAY that you are gone. You and Dave have been friends forever! You and Bob have always taken care of Dave (and his cars). Dave loved to wait at the Auto Clinic while the Cyrier Bros. fixed his cars just to enjoy the show! (Ed tormenting Bob and enjoying every minute of it!) We always knew we could count on your for anything. Dave always said that you were the friend that he could call at anytime, for any reason and you would be there. We are so shocked and saddened that you left all of us way too early. To Bob and Jonathan and "Mr. Ed' and Ellen and the entire Cyrier family...we love you all and are so heartbroken. May God's Love andn Peace be with you now, more then ever.
Tracey Cole
3/22/2008 5:36 PM
 
ED: This CANNOT be true. There is NO WAY that you are gone. You and Dave have been friends forever! You and Bob have always taken care of Dave (and his cars). Dave loved to wait at the Auto Clinic while the Cyrier Bros. fixed his cars just to enjoy the show! (Ed tormenting Bob and enjoying every minute of it!) We always knew we could count on you for anything. Dave always said that you were the friend that he could call at anytime, for any reason and you would be there. We are so shocked and saddened that you left all of us way too early. To Bob and Jonathan and "Mr. Ed' and Ellen and the entire Cyrier family...we love you all and are so heartbroken. May God's Love and Peace be with you now, more then ever.
Tracey Cole
3/22/2008 5:40 PM
 
To my first love and my son's father, "My Eddie"..... I shall always miss you and regret those years that were "taken" from us. Luckily we had Johnathon and were together for almost 8 years. We did the best we could at the time. I have your first note to me, with the lovethat you felt expressed and how important we were to each other. Your family doesn't understand what we had, and therefore, undermine and do not understand. I pray that you can touch Johnathon's heart. He needs to know that you are near him always, as I know that you will do that in time. I already "feel" your presence..... and will share those moments with you. Thank you for being my husband and giving me my first child. We could have made it , had we tried. I will never doubt my decision in allowing you to take Johnathon for a while to get him out of our school system. Thank you from my heart for helping out with that. I shall always love you and miss you........ Your First wife and mother of our son,John, Love Always, Julia
Julia (Cyrier)
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8/20/2014 5:43 AM
 
I was a friend of Bob and Ed we were on the same bowling team in the 80's. I was shocked to see that Ed had passed. He was such a good friend and will always have such great memories of Ed. My condolences to him family. Brian & Laura Waldron
Brian Waldron
9/4/2013 12:31 PM
 
I was a friend of Bob and Ed we were on the same bowling team in the 80's. I was shocked to see that Ed had passed. He was such a good friend and will always have such great memories of Ed. My condolences to him family. Brian & Laura Waldron
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