Alexis Csehill 1955-2021
WARREN — Alexis Csehill, 65, passed away Friday, Feb. 12, 2021, at home after a courageous 13-year battle with cancer.
Alexis was born on June 3, 1955, (two months premature) in Warren, the daughter of the late Michael and Rachel Csehill. She came into this world a warrior and left us as a warrior, too!
Alexis graduated from Warren Western Reserve High School in 1973. She earned a BS in math at Malone College in 1977. In the early ’80s, she continued her education by earning an associate’s degree in computer science at Kent State University at Trumbull.
Alexis learned her work ethic from her parents. She worked in the summers during high school in the office at Warren Sanitary Milk Company. She worked at Copperweld in the Industrial Engineering office. The last 27 years, she worked in the Accounts Payable office at Trumbull Industries.
Lex was competitive. She was a member of the Warren Sanitary Milk bowling team. She was a self-taught tennis player and was a member of the first women’s tennis team at Malone. She entered the Tribune Tennis Tournament in the ’80s and won a trophy in her age division. You could find her with her sister at Packard Park, Johnson Community Center, Kent Trumbull and Valhalla Indoor tennis courts.
Lex enjoyed many things. In warm weather, you would find her working outside in the yard, cutting the grass and tending to the garden or flower beds. At any time, you’d find her in the kitchen cooking favorite family recipes or trying new favorites from magazines or friends’ recipes. She loved country music, the Oldies and Pops at the Ballfield concerts. When it was too cold to be outside, you’d find her reading, working on crochet, counted cross stitch and painting.
Alexis was an avid sports fan. She enjoyed going to the Scrappers baseball games. She followed the Oakland Raiders, even when they moved to Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
Lex was a great navigator on road trips with her sister, to Myrtle Beach, traveling to museums to view historical exhibits, going to festivals and visiting friends.
Alexis is survived by her sister, Debra; an uncle, Charles Csehill; and cousins.
Besides her parents, many aunts and uncles, and four cousins preceded her. What a homecoming that will be in Heaven!
Family and friends may pay their respects from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. today, Monday, Feb. 15, 2021, at the Peter Rossi & Son Memorial Chapel, 1884 North Road NE., Warren, with a service at 5:30 p.m. with Chaplin Wayne Brenner officiating.
The family and funeral home will be practicing social distancing and proper health protocols, the 6-foot social-distancing rule will be honored, and all guests must wear a mask.
A private burial will be on Tuesday in Sager Cemetery.
Special thanks to the staff at the Hope Center of Howland for their care during her chemotherapy treatments over the years.
Special thanks, also, to the Harbor Light-Transitions Hospice team for their care and support during this past month.
Family and friends may visit www.peterrossiand sonfh.com to view this obituary, sign the guestbook, and send condolences to Alexis’s family.