Nike hypervenom on sale a Celebration of the Life of Lori M. (DiCarlo) Bayer, age 48, of Mentor, will be noon Friday at St. Gabriel Church, 9925 Johnnycake Ridge Road, Concord Township.
Mrs. Bayer passed away unexpectedly at her home Jan. 25, 2010, with her beloved husband, Brad, at her side.
Mutual nike hypervenom on sale friends and the love of sports, movies and animals brought Lori and Brad together. From a friendship that began 20 years ago, they ultimately became each other’s true love, marrying Dec. 2, 2005. Their mutual love of family, travel, and their treasured pets, Mel and Sweet Pea, added joy to their lives. Lori was also an avid collector of “Barbie,
Family was “everything” to Lori. She is the cherished daughter of Bob and Jean DiCarlo. Lori was involved in many aspects of her parents’ lives, sharing in their love of fine dining, her dad’s passion for cars and shopping with her mom. Dubbed the “princess” of the family, Lori had a close and loving relationship nike hypervenom on sale with her sister, Terri (Dave) nike hypervenom on sale Durst, which included numerous Bon Jovi concerts that they attended and their love of animals. The strong bond shared with her brother, Bob, was evident in their love of Las Vegas and their “willingness to always take a chance with a buck, She was more then just a sister to him but a “friend, Lori will be deeply missed by her sisterinlaw, Tammy DiCarlo. The new ronaldo cleats 2017 love they shared for shopping, fashion, shoes (esp. stilettos), partying and fancy fine cocktails will be memories of which Tammy will always hold close to her heart. Lori never missed the opportunity to be involved in every aspect of her nephews, Michael DiCarlo, and David and Ryan Durst’s lives. Her presence in their new ronaldo cleats 2017 lives was a unique gift and it cannot be replaced. In addition to her siblings, Lori had a special “sister of the heart, Lisa Neroda. They will share an irreplaceable bond never to be broken.
Upon her marriage to Brad, Lori was welcomed with open arms into the family of Bill and Judy Bayer and she was like a daughter to them. In the short time that Lori was part of the Bayer family, she became very close to sisterinlaw Terri (Milt) Johnson; nieces, Kerry House and Kelsey Johnson; nephew, Kevin Johnson; and greatnieces and greatnephews, Julia, Jack and Joel Houser. Lori embraced Brad’s family as her own.
She will forever remain in the heart of friends, Sharon, (Steve) Hill, Lindsay (Tom and Rachael) Evans, and Eileen (Jerry) Mascha family; and many other friends too numerous to mention.
Lori was a 1979 graduate of Lake Catholic High School, a new ronaldo cleats 2017 Lakeland Community College graduate and attended ICM School of Business.
Mrs. Bayer was employed in the family business, DiCarlo’s of NEO for 25 years and had been an administrative assistant at the Lake County Prosecutors Office in Painesville since 2005.
She was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Teresa and Guy Dicarlo; maternal grandparents, Ann and Maynard Brewster; and nephew, Eric Daniel Durst. Continued nike hypervenom on sale.