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Ned A. Cisco

February 3, 1939 ~ September 1, 2021 (age 82)

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Ned  A. Cisco (with his best friend Boo)  Born 02/03/39 - 09/01/2021 

Ned expired due to a massive heart attack and was having treatment at the VA Medical Center for kidney cancer.  Ned was born to parents Henry and Violet Cisco in Morenci, MI.  He attended Morenci High School and then transferred to Hudson High School, where he graduated in 1957.  He joined the Navy in 1957 for 4 ½ years stationed out of Long Beach, CA.  High school sweethearts, Ned and Sandra were married on July 2, 1958 and moved to Seal Beach, CA for 38 years.  Ned attended Long Beach State and he then accepted a job in medical instrumentation, calling on hospitals in and around California.  A position opened up for a western district manager at a division of United Technologies, and he made a move in the medical field. Ned and Sandra purchased a wine store in Irvine, CA., then added a deli and a wine tasting room.  Ned always wanted to move back to Michigan, and made that move in 1996 and purchased Club 223 Cheese House.  After selling the Cheese House, he joined the team at Lowe’s for a very happy 12 years. Ned served as a trustee at the Eagles and was a member of the American Legion, VFW, and Elks. He is survived by his wife Sandra; son, Shawn; granddaughter, Cassandra; three great grandchildren, Noah, Zack and Jaxson; sister, Connie Lord (and family); brother, Marcus and Donna Cisco (and family); sister-in-law, Amy Cisco (and family); sister-in-law, Dallas and Jim Tew (and family); sister-in law, Lana and Galen Smoke (and family), and Scott De Vore, brother-in-law.  He loved hearing all about his nieces’ and nephews’ experiences. Preceding Ned in death was his loving family, mother, Violet, and father, Henry Cisco, brother-in-law, Tracey Lord, father-in-law Henry De Vore and Bessie, and mother-in-law, Katherine Mcgill and Bob.  A private family service will be held at a later date.  When Sandra would ask Ned to fix something, his answer would be: "I will tomorrow".  Well, his epitaph will read:  "Couldn't this have waited until tomorrow!" He will be oh, so missed.  We thank everyone for all your kind words, He would be so pleased!! In lieu of flowers, just give a high-five to someone else for Ned.

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