Condolence & Memory Journal

Met Gus at Busty's through his Amazing Brother Jack. Have known the Cicala familys for years. sorry to hear of Gus's passing. now he is with alot of Great people waiting for him in heaven. Prayers from all the Nunan familys.

Posted by Dennis Nunan Sr. - Highland Park, PA   July 25, 2019

Posted by Dennis Nunan Sr. - Highland Park, PA   July 25, 2019

One time, when I was in high school, I watched as Mr. Cicala brought paper bags full of groceries from his parked car in the front of his Norwood home, into the kitchen. I was startled to see this. I remember asking Sally, Your Dad grocery shops??!! She looked at me and said, Yes as if it was the most normal thing in the world. At the time, I thought only women did the grocery shopping, because that's all I ever saw. So for me, I believed Gus Cicala to be the first liberated man I'd ever met. --KC

Posted by A friend   July 23, 2019

My sincerest condolences to the Cicala Family for the loss of your loved one, Augustus, "Gus", and pray you find comfort in Psalms 91:2.

Posted by JKH/JW    July 22, 2019

Dear Cicala Family,
I feel that I know so many of you through your sister/Aunt Rose. Nicole and Tim, my heart goes out to you both as I have met you and spent time with you when you visited Rose and Jim in Naperville. I know how much you will miss your dad/grampa / great grampa.
I know he knew that you all loved him and watched over him until it was time to see his son and wife again. You are all in our thoughts and prayers through this sad time ♥

Posted by Tom and Kathy Smat - Naperville, IL - Friend   July 19, 2019

I will miss you very much. Our time together meant so much to me. Your wit and smile would sometimes help me more than I was helping you. Goodbye great friend

Posted by Tracy TENNY - Norwood - Friend   July 19, 2019