Cheyenne Marie Mazor

In Memoriam

Below is the death notice of Cheyenne Mazor, Sister of Cameron Evcic, Class of 2023. Please keep the Mazor and Evcic families in your prayers.

Cheyenne Marie Mazor was born on December 29, 2001, in Parma, Ohio. She received her wings April 5, 2023.

Cheyenne was a happy and joyful kid who turned into a loving mother, [a] mature grown lady. So full of energy, just full of life, whose soul touched so many of her family and friends.

Left to cherish her memory are her three children, Lailani Nicole Lovelace (3), Laisean Nysier Lovelace (3), and Azari Marie Mazor (8 months) all of Cleveland, Ohio; parents, Danielle Mazor and Ruie Pratt; grandfathers, Joe Kovach and Ruie Pratt, Sr; great-grandmother, Elsie Pratt; uncles, Ronnie Mazor and Roger Pratt; first cousins, Paige Mazor, Seth Foster and Jackie Kovach; aunts, Kristen Foster, Joanne Kovach, Emily Kovach, Elisha Pratt and Angelina Pratt; six siblings, Cameron Evcic (brother, 19), Makayla Evcic (sister, 14), Christopher Evcic (Brother, 13), Kiona Zerby (sister, 15), Belvin Zerby, Jr., (brother, 12), Dominic Zerby (brother, 9), all of Cleveland, Ohio; as well as a host of cousins, family and friends.

She is reunited with her grandmother, Sharon Lilly.

Her spirit will live on. Until we see you again! Rest in Heaven. God has truly received a beautiful angel.

Family and friends are invited FRIDAY, APRIL 21ST BEGINNING AT 1 PM AT SLONE AND CO. LIFE CELEBRATION CENTER, 3556 LORAIN AVENUE where Funeral Services will follow at 2PM.

During this difficult time, we sincerely thank all of you for your continued support.

Arrangements entrusted to Walter Martens and Sons Funeral Home.

Posted on: April 20, 2023

You can view a list of all St. Ed's Alumni who have passed away on our website.

Cheyenne Marie Mazor

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