2145 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231

Nicole Reolon August 31, 1982 - October 19, 2019

Reolon

Nicole Reolon

Reolon, Nicole age 37, passed away on October 19, 2019.

Nicole was born in New York, New York to Damian and Deborah Reolon. She is preceded in death by her father.

Nicole is survived by mother, Deborah Reolon; sisters, Sabrina Reolon and Natasha Reolon; partner, Patrick Spagnuolo; step children, Aris and Mary Spagnuolo; special family members, Jeremy and Ryan Whitcomb, Ted Wilburn, Kristen Beatty and Natasha Caudill; dog, Jackson. She will be loved and cherished by a host of family and friends.

Friends may call from 6 pm until 8 pm on Friday, October 25, 2019, at The Arlington Memorial Gardens Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel, 2145 Compton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231.

Services for Ms. Nicole Reolon will be held on Saturday, October 26, 2019, at 10:00 AM at The Arlington Memorial Gardens Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel, 2145 Compton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231.

Map to the Garden of Nativity

Friends may call from 6 pm until 8 pm on Friday, October 25, 2019, at:

The Arlington Memorial Gardens Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel
2145 Compton Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231.

Services for Ms. Nicole Reolon will be held on Saturday, October 26, 2019, at 10:00 AM at:

The Arlington Memorial Gardens Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel
2145 Compton Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231.

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    Randy says

    Over 20 years ago, me and several of my all-time closest friends gained a friend that we never could’ve at the time understood how incredibly impactful she would be on our lives. We had no way of knowing how she and her whole family would be melded into the family that we ultimately developed amongst all of us. We couldn’t have known that she would also be part of said aforementioned all-time closest friends. But it didn’t take long to figure out that she would be forever a closest friend.

    Into our 20s, as we became who we were all to become, we all grew up together, talking at length about life and philosophy and love and psychology. Over coffees and beers and long drives with no particular destination. House parties and late night Steak and Shake dinners where we’d drive the other patrons nuts with our conversations and uncontrollable laughter. That would draw dirty looks, but we didn’t care. We were already a family and we didn’t need their approval. Her laughter was never outdone. Others have already mentioned her infectious laughter. Joyous laughter that could be outright undeniable. You had to laugh as well.

    Pictures of us are usually us partying because who takes pictures at a coffee shop? But what actually encompasses our friendship is our debateful nature and our yearning for intellectual and idealistic perfectionism. Yeah, we, and the rest of this little family we’ve found ourselves in for 20 some odd years could totally have a better night than most, and the love we all have shared for each other is at root as to how and why, but those lunchbreak phone calls and lunch dates where we’d talk about what’s going on with each other’s lives and what we’re working towards. How backwards things were with the system in which she’d given the last several years to selflessly help people who couldn’t help themselves. The amount that she gave of herself for others will always remain completely astounding. I was on the receiving end of her selflessness and compassion more times than I can count.

    I can’t say how many times she was there for me and in how many different capacities. How many times she was there for everyone she’d ever met. I’ll miss our hours long phone calls about all manner of things. Or grabbing sandwiches after she picked me up from the Greyhound station. I will miss the commiseration over us both giving Starbucks too many years. And everything we learned from that job in terms of the human condition. I’ll miss arguing for no other reason than to argue about something completely asinine.

    I could literally write a book right now on how I feel presently, but honestly that would only be volume 1 because I still don’t know exactly how I feel outside of some surreal state of shock and attempted stoicism.

    My love and absolutely sincerest of hopes that everyone can focus upon everything that we’ve gained from her and I know for a fact that there are an unfathomable number of people who have been positively impacted by her. Especially to Sabs, Tash and Deb, Jeremy, Ted, Kristen and Natasha. My love to you all forever and always. You’ve all been the dearest amongst the dearest.

    Her name is Nicole Reolon and she’s one of the most beautiful souls I’ve been graced with and I will always keep her spirit with me. You were our den mother and we will all be rudderless without you.

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    Denise House says

    R.I.P. beautiful Nicole, you are gone way to young. You will never be forgotten, and forever in everyone’s hearts. You fought with all you had, may you be at peace and no longer in pain, xoxoxo

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