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Robert G. Ciocco

May 3, 1977 ~ June 8, 2019 (age 42)

Robert G. “Robbie” Ciocco age 42 of Pitcairn passed away suddenly on Saturday June 8, 2019.  “He loved spending time with his nephews and nieces! He was able to open a pizza shop which was his dream. He loved Christmas time! He loved his dogs. He had a laugh that was contagious! His smile made others smile! He had the biggest heart of anyone I know! His best memories were with Jimmy and Kory! He was a child at heart. Proof of this is his remote control cars. He loved building stuff and using his Dads wood shop! He loved to golf and enjoyed being with the guys he grew up with! Everyone loved to be around him and once again... he had the biggest heart of anyone I know and would of done anything for anyone!” Love, Kimi His life followed a path of destruction because for years he suffered from depression and addiction. Although he did pass due to a heart attack caused by congestive heart failure, his drug addiction played a big part of that. Depression and mental health led him to the drugs. As his Mom I feel that Robbie always was depressed but hide it well. He had compulsive personality and wanted things immediately. He wanted to please people and he thought he could buy them anything.  He wanted to be somebody because he never thought he was. He never thought he could do much. But he had many talents. …cooking, woodworking, building electronics cars. He had no self-esteem. His weight was a BIG factor that contributed to his depression. He couldn’t control his appetite. I think he tried to make himself happy with food. I want to shout it to the world that DEPRESSION is a real illness. It leads to Alcoholism-Drugs- Suicide. I want everyone to know what the drugs not only destroyed him but effected everyone who was close to him. I want his life to be a lesson so that people can learn from his death. Parents talk to your kids when they are young and continue talking to them. Talk about depression. Talk about the effect of drugs. Remind them what it did to my Son.  His final gift was good. He was able to donate to CORE. https://www.core.org.  Robbie is survived by his parents James J and Toni L (Earl) Ciocco; also survived by siblings James R. Ciocco and Karlianne Ciocco (Nick McVay); his aunt Brenda Ciocco and Janet (Tubby) Toth (James); his uncle Rich Southam  and Robert T. Earl; nieces and nephews James A, Kory, Jackson and Peighton Ciocco, Dominick, Tessa, Giulianna and Santino Bulisco; cousins Deanna (Brian), Andrew and Ashleigh Booths, Kari Likins, Tyler (Christi) Toth, Jamie Toth (Tyler Ruff); his pets Ike, Chopper and Molly.  Robbie was preceded in death by his daughter Tiffany Alice Zutich; grandparents Robert G. and Carmel M. (Carrier) Earl, James V. and Julia D. (Furlick) Ciocco; his aunt Joanne (Ciocco) Southam and his pets Gage, PJ, Jake & Butters (Elwood).  All services are private and the family was assisted by the John M. Dobrinick Funeral Home Inc., Trafford.   

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