ROCHELLE "SHELLY" KUBANCIK
1939 - 2021
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(nee GAYNOR), age 81, was born August 2, 1939 and passed away on February 15, 2021. Beloved wife of Larry Kubancik; devoted mother of Ronald (Cindy) Schickler, David (Jeannie Shaffer) Schickler, Amy (Scott) Demers and step-mother of Jimmy (Leslie) Kubancik and Lynn Kubancik of CO; loving grandmother of Matt (Kaitlin) Schickler, Eric (Emily) Schickler, Gabi Moses and Sami Moses; dear sister of Donna Krieger and Bruce (Patty) Gaynor; cherished daughter of Norman "Yabo" and Betty Gaynor (both deceased). Due to COVID-19 Private services will be held for family only. To view this service at 1 PM on Sunday please navigate to Shelly's webpage on www.bkbmc.com. Contributions in Shelly's memory are suggested to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation or to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.bkbmc.com for the Kubancik family.


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Published in The Plain Dealer from Feb. 17 to Feb. 20, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
FEB
21
Service
01:00 PM
Live stream - please navigate to Shelly's webpage on www.bkbmc.com
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February 22, 2021
Dear Donna and Family,

Moe and I were so sorry to hear about Shelly. Please accept our deepest sympathy to you and the rest of your family.

Fondly,
Barbara and Moe Blatt
Barbara Blatt
Friend
February 19, 2021
I remember your mom growing up living across the street from your family. Great memories of your mom Always very nice to me , the pool, tipper and of course trying to stay off the new lawn Kenny was so proud of. Great family great fun . My deepest sympathy
Bruce York
Friend
February 18, 2021
We are remembering our cousin Shelly with great fondness as she lived a life of sincerity, showed people she cared through her words and deeds, never had a cross word to say about anyone, and was admired and loved by so many. Her warmth was contagious and shown through in her stories never missing an opportunity to talk about her parents, and immediate family and how much they enriched her life growing up, how special her husband Larry was, her three kids, Ron, David, and Amy were, and how proud she was of her grandkids. She always showed gratitude for not only the big things in her life but little things and found the best in everyone. Shelly was an example to all of us to be positive. Remarkably, even during her biggest struggles in her last days, she maintained a positive attitude. There was never a time when I saw her, got off the phone with her, or even texted with her, that I did not feel more uplifted because of her words. She was a special person and will be missed by so many. Shelly leaves behind a trail of wonderful family memories. May those memories be a blessing to all of us who cherished her. Rest in peace, dear cousin. Love cousins, Susan & Eric Baum
Susan & Eric Baum
Family
February 18, 2021
We are remembering our cousin Shelly with great fondness as she lived a life of sincerity, showed people she cared through her words and deeds, never had a cross word to say about anyone, and was admired and loved by so many. Her warmth was contagious and shown through in her stories never missing an opportunity to talk about her parents, and immediate family and how much they enriched her life growing up, how special her husband Larry was, her three kids, Ron, David, and Amy were, and how proud she was of her grandkids. She always showed gratitude for not only the big things in her life but little things and found the best in everyone. Shelly was an example to all of us to be positive. Remarkably, even during her biggest struggles in her last days, she maintained a positive attitude. There was never a time when I saw her, got off the phone with her, or even texted with her, that I did not feel more uplifted because of her words. She was a special person and will be missed by so many. Shelly leaves behind a trail of wonderful family memories. May those memories be a blessing to all of us who cherished her. Rest in peace, dear cousin. Love cousins, Susan & Eric Baum
Susan & Eric Baum
Family
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