Richard A. Cicon
79, of Johnstown died October 30, 2019, at Memorial Medical Center. Born October 12, 1940, the son of Andrew and Anna (Hovanec) Cicon. Preceded in death by his parents; wife, Sandra (Sabo) Cicon; and sister-in-law, Diana (Lorditch) Cicon. Survived by daughters, Sue Anne, wife of Richie Perez, CA; and Allison, wife of Errol Miller, OR; and brother, Frederick Cicon. There will be no visitation for Richard however, family and friends are invited to attend a funeral Mass Wednesday, November 6th 11 a.m. at Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church, the Very Rev. Mark S. Begly, VF. Committal at Grandview Cemetery. The family is being served by the Francis G. Ozog Funeral Home, Inc., 710 Broad Street. In lieu of flowers the family suggest making a donation to your favorite charity in memory of Richard. Online condolences may be offered to the family at
Published on October 31, 2019


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Jane Sabo Murray
Nov 06, 2019
I am truly sorry to hear of the loss of your dad, he is united with your mom again. Your fond memories of your parents will help ease the loss you feel now.
Joseph Antal
Nov 01, 2019
Another good friend from Cambria City departs to the Kingdom of heavenly peace, rest and eternal life.

So many good memories of him as we grew up in Cambria City, and as students at St. Stephen's School and then Johnstown Catholic High School.
Marilyn Yeager
Nov 01, 2019
Sue Anne and Allison-We were sorry to see that your Dad passed away. I haven't seen him in a long time. You have our deepest sympathy, he is with your Mom now. Take care, Joe and Marilyn Yeager
Bernard Babik
Oct 31, 2019
Just a note to express my sympathy to the Cicone family on the loss of Richard. I knew Richard as a very young man living in Cambria City along with his brother Freddie. I lived on 8th Avenue and got to know Richard and Freddie, our family then moved to Morrelville, then out of Johnstown. Bernie Babik