Obituary of Kymiterese Goldych Wicker
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved Kymiterese Goldych Wicker, who left this world far too soon and fought so very hard to stay. She leaves behind a legacy of love, laughter, strength, and inspiration for all who were fortunate enough to know her.
She is predeceased by her parents Peter and Helen Goldych, and is survived by her daughters Gabriella Wicker and Tatiana Wicker, her brother Peter (Marguerite) Goldych, sisters Patricia (Jack) Guasconi, and Jane (Betty) Ryan-Goldych, her nieces and nephews, and her lifelong friend and companion Mark Dumas.
Kymi was a graduate of Liverpool High School who always had a passion for creativity and hair styling, so much so that she went on to receive her cosmetology license while still in high school and eventually became a Master Cosmetologist. She was a vibrant soul who loved helping her clients feel confident and beautiful inside and out. She lit up every room she walked into and made friends with everyone she came across. She shared so much love and laughter with anyone who needed it. Her compassion knew no bounds; she spread it to those in need through the Dogwood Church’s Cancer Care Foundation. She always advocated for following your dreams and encouraged everyone to work hard to see them come true, just as her own had. In the past year, she managed to build from the ground up her dream salon: ‘Tilted Halo’ in Peachtree GA. She lent an ear, a shoulder, and a hand to loved ones in need. Her greatest love was her daughters, Gabriella and Tatiana. She loved them more than anything in the world, was so very proud of the women they have become, and was excited for their bright futures. She always felt her most important job was being a mother and she fiercely, loved, guided, and supported them.
Kymi will live on forever in our hearts. Her love, strength, and inspiration will always be there to remind us all to pursue our dreams and to cherish our loved ones with everything we can. There will never be enough words on the page to describe how much she was loved and will be missed. In her honor, let us continue to love hard and live fabulously. Forever The Queen.
We would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to Dogwood Church and the women in the Cancer Care group, who always supported her and became her family. Thank you as well to the Dumas family for their continued care and love to her and us, your kindness will forever be etched into our hearts. To the women at Shear Talent, we extend our gratitude for all that you raised to support her. And to all the women at Sephora, thank you so much for the open arms you’ve greeted us with and everything you have done to support Kymi.
Calling hours will be December 11th from 4-6 pm at Edward J. Ryan and Son Funeral Homes with 6-7 pm being reserved for people to come and speak or share stories about Kymi.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Foundation at www.netrf.org/give. A heartbreaking 50% of patients will have stage 4 cancer before they are properly diagnosed.
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