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Cynthia K. Mihelic
June 9, 1953 ~ November 1, 2023 (age 70) 70 Years Old
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DOYLESTOWN – Cynthia K. Mihelic (Kohler) age 70, born June 9, 1953, passed away suddenly on November 1, 2023 surrounded by her loving family. While family and friends are deeply saddened by her death, they will cherish the memories she left behind.
Born and raised in Copley, OH to Donovan and Kathleen (Kirschner) Kohler, Cynthia was a graduate of Copley High School. She attended the University of Akron for Criminal Justice, but the start of a family interrupted that path. She went on to work at Gold Circle, Fazio’s and finished as a sales representative for Nestle and Russell Stover candy companies while also working part-time at her “favorite” sisters’ hair salon as a manicurist. She lived most of her life in Doylestown, later joined next door by her son and his family. Cynthia loved her nicknames: Frannie, Grandma B, Queenie and Cindy. She was a devoted grandmother who loved nothing more in life than her grandchildren.
Preceded in death by her father, Donovan T. Kohler and niece, Melissa, Cynthia leaves behind to cherish their memories her son, Eric Mihelic of Doylestown; daughter, Renee (Mark) Toth of Akron; beloved grandchildren, Blake, Brandon, Brody, and Brayden Mihelic and Katelyn & Lauren Toth; mother, Kathleen Kohler; siblings, Sheila Tharp, Donna Goodyear, and Donnie Kohler; former daughter in-law, Anita Boak; former husband, Paul Mihelic; nieces and nephews, Megan, Zach, Creighton, Donovan, Madison, and Trenton; and many other family members, friends, and “great grandson” Xander.
Cynthia’s wish was to be cremated and a private family celebration will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to a charity of your choice in her name.
“See you at Goose’s Queenie! May God hold you in the palm of his hand until we meet again.”