Kathy Sue Eberling

Born: 01/03/1962 Passed:

Kathy Sue Eberling

Being blessed with cancer for 25 years, I finally get to be with my Lord and my other lighted family and friends on August 22, 2017.

I was born January 3rd, 1962 to Vic and Sally (Boyce) Domencetti in Alliance, Ohio.  Surviving is my husband Mark of 28 years and my great kids, Jacob and Rachel, all of Paris, Ohio.  Also, sister Amy George and nephew, Joe of Alliance; supportive in-laws, Bob and Margaret Eberling of Alliance; brother and sister-in-law, Don and Tammy Tomello and niece and nephew Brittany and Ryan of Hartville; The Bible says, however, that real family are those who do the will of God so thanks to Tammy, Connie, Randy, Harry, Amanda, Nancy, Leda, Shannon, Holly, Jeff, Jen and so many more.

I graduated cum laude from St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN with a BA degree in Social Work.  It has always been my mission to serve others with a genuine caring and loving spirit.  It is my regret that I did not do more, but I guess we all feel that way.

Calling hours will be Friday, August 25th, 2017 from 4-8 pm at the First Christian Church in Minerva.  A picture memorial video will be playing while attendees can offer each other love and support.  Special thanks to great friend, Kendall for all her hard work.  Also, a celebration service will be held Saturday at 12 noon at the First Christian Church in Minerva with my Pastor Roy Teague of Truth Baptist in Atwater, Ohio officiating.  I truly pray you can join our celebration on Saturday, August 26th but more importantly, I pray for the salvation of all because in the end, a relationship with Jesus Christ is really all that matters!!!.  Hope to see you there!!!

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Tammy Schwerzler at P.O. Box 176, Maximo, Ohio 44650 (serenity garden).  Thank you. Love you all.  God bless, Kathy.

Condolences and special memories can be shared with Kathy’s family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

 

Heritage Cremation Society

330-875-5770

12 Tributes to Kathy Sue Eberling

  1. Breanna, Loree and Kyle Lautzenheiser says:

    So sorry for your loss! Jacob played baseball with my brother and your mom was a joy to sit with!

  2. Jacquelyn Peterman says:

    Kathy,
    you were a fighter to the end, a true inspiration to others and most of all a shining star to all who knew you. You truly deserve the peace and serenity you are feeling now along side our father and his son Jesus Christ. You will be missed by all left here to share your memories. Prayers to your family and friends who mourn your passing that God will put his arms around them and keep them comforted at this time.

  3. Karen Abraham says:

    Thoughts and prayers are with all who loved this special soul. Over the years she has served so many helping to fill every need. We have lost a shining light at our hospital and she will be sadly missed by many. I know in my heart her light will continue to shine and she will rest eternally in peace.

    SO we are always of good courage. We know that while we are at home in the body we are away from the Lord, for we walk by faith, not by sight. Yes, we are of good courage, and we would rather be away from the body and at home with the Lord. 2 Corinthians 5:6-8

  4. Medi Brown says:

    Kathy was a very special lady, she will be missed greatly.

  5. Crystal Marks says:

    I am very sorry for this family’s huge loss. I pray that God will be with them for peace and strengh.

  6. Joe and Angela Fasone says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time.

  7. Kathy Emery says:

    I got to know Kathy years ago when we visited with Olga Domencetti at the same time. What a delightful young lady. Later encounters were at ACH where she was working. She was such a comfort to be around. The latest visits were when she bought me cucumber sandwiches from Raisen Rack because I told her once that I liked them. She truly is a new bright star in Heaven. May God continue to bless her family and friends with love.

  8. Amy Domencetti George says:

    Ecc.7:2 -3″…the day of death is better than the day of birth,and it is better to go to a house of mourning than to go to a house of feasting; for that is the end of all men @ the living should take this to heart! Sorrow is better than laughter;for by sadness the heart is made better.” As Kathy’s sister, I have been clinging to these verses…and I thank all those who loved her too. Her spark has been estinguished,but the seeds she sowed will always thrive.

    • Anonymous says:

      So beautiful Amy. She was a gift to me. Forever I will carry her with me. She loved you and Joe so much. Never forget it.

  9. Shannon Long says:

    My heart goes out to Mark Jacob and Rachel. Kathy was such a beautiful and caring person. She has forever impacted my life. She was truly amazing. Always putting the needs of others ahead of her own, no matter what struggles she was facing. Her smile was contagious. Her friendship was a gift and a blessing sent to me by God . She has always made me strive to be a better person. There will never be another quite like her. She walked through this life by faith and I know she is now filled with more love and joy than we can even comprehend. Peace and comfort sent your way Mark Jacob and Rachel. I love you all.

  10. Shannon Long says:

    Dear Kathy, thank you for 27 years of friendship on this earth. You were such a beautiful and caring person. Always putting the needs of others ahead of your own. No matter what struggles you were facing. You were and are a shining light and an inspiration. Your friendship has forever impacted my life. You make me strive to be a better person. I love you now and always. I am honored to be your friend. I will carry you with me all the days of my life. I miss your voice and your smile was contagious. I will miss your hand written letters that expressed so much love. I am comforted to know sweet girl that you are now in heaven. Filled with strength and love for eternity. I will miss you every day. Until we meet again. Praying for peace love and comfort for Mark Jacob and Rachel. I love you all so much.

  11. Pam Hanke says:

    I just found out that Kathy had died this summer when I returned to Alliance after five months away. I am very sorry. She was a wonderful person and fought long and hard to live to see her children grow up and to be with her husband and the rest of her family. Thinking of her grandmother, Olga Domencetti, as I write this, too.

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