Jillyn Blackert Csikos, age 65, went home to be with her Savior on September 18, 2020.

Jillyn was born in Akron and graduated from Copley High School in 1972. She and her husband Jim started Jim’s Locksmith in 1985 and retired earlier this year. She enjoyed riding with Jim on his Harley and loved gardening in her flower garden. There was no greater enjoyment than playing Barbies with her granddaughters Sophie 9 and Shelby 4.

She was preceded in death by her Brother Jeff. Jill is survived by her Husband Jim, Daughter Sharon (Josh) Scalia, granddaughters Sophie and Shelby and sister Jeanette Blackert Farrell.

Due to Covid there will be no public calling hours or funeral. A private burial will take place at Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery.

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  1. Dear Jim,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We will miss Jill’s sunny smile and cheerfulness.
    Peace, Joanne and Ken

  2. All of our love and prayers to the family. Jill was such an Angel…we will always remember her smile and hugs. We were lucky to have loved her.

  3. Dearest Jill. We became such good friends again after a pause. And I thanked the Lord that Our friendship survived. My heart is heavy now. But I trust that you are at peace in God’s loving arms. My heart goes out to Sophie and Shelby who will miss their Nana. But I know their memories of you are pure and sweet, for you were a beautiful, loving Nana. May you rest in peace and love, my friend.

  4. I will always remember Jill she was Beautiful inside and out and a friend I will always miss our talks and her laugh she will always be missed and in my ❤️ love Kelly and Tracy! Thoughts and Prayers for the family!

  5. Dear Jim,

    Tom and I are so sorry to hear about Jill. Even thought we didn’t know you folks for very long, we enjoyed Jill’s smily personality and her sweet
    smile. She was so fun to be around. We will truly miss her. Our hearts and prayers are with you and your family.

  6. Jim, Sharon and family.
    So saddened to learn of Jill”s passing.
    I considered her my friend and always enjoyed catching up on all our local Copley Circle news.
    My deepest sympathy is extended to you all.
    She will live as long as she is remembered and she will be remembered for many years to come.

  7. Jim, I know I have no words to comfort you but please know you and yours are in my thoughts and prayers. I am deeply sorry.

  8. Sharon—
    I’m so sorry to hear about your mom’s passing. I remember being in grade school and any time I saw her — whether she was a “room mother” planning the Valentine’s day party or we ran into her at acme or even just saw her in her car at a traffic light— she was always so excited and happy to see us. She simply lit up the room with her smile and made everyone who saw her feel good and like they were important. Sending love and condolences to you and your family.

  9. Jim, Janette and families,

    We are so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Sending you hugs. 🙏🏻💕

  10. Dear Jim, Sharon and Family, I am deeply sorry to learn of the passing of your dear wife and mother. I remember how welcoming and happy she was. I first met Jill when we were volunteering in the Arrowhead Library. We were told a couple times by the librarian to please quit down because we were always laughing about something. She was such a nice person. She would always wave at me when I drove past the shop. I will miss her sweet smile and friendship. May She Rest in God’s Loving Arms. 🌷

  11. Jim, Sharon, and family, So sorry for your loss. I don’t have the words to express my sadness. please know your in my prayers. love you all.

    • Jim and Sharon,
      I have no words only that Jill had the best smile that made you feel like a friend. Thought and best wishes to you and your families.

  12. Dear Jim,Sharon and family, We are so saddened at the loss of our dear friend Jill. She was our dessert queen and we shared so many wonderful beach walks in Nagshead. Years of memories and hugs. Jill would always give you that extra little hug. Her love of her family was overflowing and she leaves a beautiful legacy in all of you. Please know we care and will keep you in our thoughts and pray for God to give you strength to get through this difficult time.

  13. Our deepest sympathy to Jim and Sharon and her entire family. May God help you guide through life with her shinning above you.

  14. I am sorry for your loss I remember Jill and janette and Jeff when they were kids. I was Ruth Blackert’s daughter in law then and we spent A lot of time with your parents. May comfort and peace be with you. Rose

  15. Sharon & Jim,
    My heart breaks for you both. Keep your mom/ Jill alive with the many stories she lit up your lives with. I will always remember her smile and her kindness. She was so sweet with a heart of gold. Love & peace to you both ❤️❤️

  16. To Jim and Sharon so sad to hear of Jill’s passing. Everytime I ran into her at a store she was always so cheerful and always hapoy to see me and anyone in our family. Please know that you are in my prayers

  17. Jim, You and Jill were always so friendly when I came into your store. I will miss her warmth and friendly smile. May God bless you and your family and keep you in His care.

  18. Jim, I was so sadden to hear of your loss. I will always remember Jill as a kind and loving lady with a beautiful smile. My deepest condolences to you and your entire family.

  19. So sorry and sad to hear about Jill you have my deepest condolences. Jill and I went through elementary and high school together and I have some very fond memories of her.

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