Cecilia Marie Yost

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Cecilia Marie Yost (“Cissy”) passed away on March 30, 2023after a brief battle with Pancreatic cancer. Cissy leaves behind her brother Chris, and sons Carson & Connor and brother Greg(Adele) and daughters Rachel & Rebecca along with countless friends and extended family that supported Cissy throughout her life and were there for her at the end.

Cissy was born June 27, 1960 in Washington DC to Oscar & Madgalee Yost. She lived all of her life in Northern Virginia. She attended Radford University where she established some of her longest and most lasting relationships. After college and a brief time teaching school she started working in the Real Estate Title business for several different companies

including Global Settlements which she started with several other partners.

Cissy loved her family and friends. She never got over the loss of her special Dog- Gus. She will be truly missed by all that she came in contact with.

Services will be held on Friday, April 14th, at 10:30 am at Money and King Funeral Home, 171 W Maple Avenue, Vienna, VA. The family will receive friends at 9:30 am prior to the service.

The family requests that in lieu of flowers donations be made to Capital Caring Adler Center Hospice in Aldie, VA where Cissy spent the last 10 days of her life. They do wonderful work there and treated Cissy and our entire family with dignity and respect during a very difficult time

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  1. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends. She was such a sweet, caring woman who touched so many people in her short time. Whenever I saw her, she always had a great smile and her happiness was infectious. May she rest in peace in God’s embrace.

  2. We had so much fun when we worked at KMart in Tyson’s Corner. We often went to Pizza Hut or Fudruckers after work. She and I went to the beach when we could. One of my favorite memories was our trip to the National Zoo. We didn’t know how to get there except to use the Rock Creek Parkway and it was one way at certain times of the day (way before gps). We made a U turn on K Street in Georgetown and the car that was following us (that had more friends) made the U turn right after us. We laughed so hard. We were sure we were going to get a ticket. I’m glad I had a chance to see her and say goodbye. I will miss her very much.

  3. Oh how could I forget to mention the concerts. The Eagles with our KMart group and the time Cissy, Steve and I went to Merriweather Post Pavilion to see Barry Manalow. Steve didn’t own a pair of blue jean’s (he always dressed sharply). He borrowed a pair of his mom’s. We sat on the hill next to two “old ladies” . They took a shine to Steve and offered him some vegetables they brought for picnicking. It didn’t take us long to find out the vegetables had been stored in a tupperware container filled with vodka. It started to rain. Everyone on the hill was sliding down the muddy hill. I am so sorry we lost her too soon. Greg, Chris and families, I am so sorry for your loss.

  4. Cec was always involved in the things that bring joy to the people around her, in 23 years, so many of my greatest memories involve her being there. Her spirit will live with us forever, my heart will miss having her here with us. Friends like Cec are so rare.

  5. The Yost family as been like an extended family to me over 60 years .. Oscar and Madge were like my second parents and Gregory , Christopher and Cis close siblings . Cis was a very supportive sister to her brothers and a friend to many . She had departed us way too young , but her time on earth was impactful .. Rest in Peace Cecilia!! Ned Gonet

  6. How sad we were to hear from Mark, that
    Cissy had passed away. The Yost family have always held a special place in our hearts. I have such wonderful memories of Cissy and all of your family growing up. We know you will miss her, but we hope you will find comfort in knowing that she is at peace and reunited with your wonderful Mom and Dad once again.

    Annette and Bill Mashburn

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