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Cicely Ann-Marie Bascom, 22, of Salisbury, passed away Monday, December 21, 2020. She was on born November 1, 1998 in Berlin, NH to Kevin Bascom and Jacqueline Therrien Bascom.
Cicely worked as a CNA and enjoyed Singing, living life, and helping people
Cicely was preceded in death by Illness
In addition to her parents, Cicely is survived by her soul sister Emily Bascom
The family will receive friends on January 2, 2021 from 3:00 to 4:00 PM at Powles Staton Funeral Home (913 W. Main St., Rockwell, NC 28138).
Carolina Cremation is assisting the Bascom family. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.
I’m sorry I wasn’t there to see you off. I couldn’t do it. I know we only knew eachother a couple of years but I felt like I had known you forever. I wish I could’ve told you that I loved you one last time. I wish I knew what happened, but then I’d know and the last image I have of you smiling and laughing as we rode down the hill together, sitting down on a skateboard. Or when we would get chased away by security guards when we played Pokémon go. I still remember the first time you made me your secret ramen, you really impressed me with your resourcefulness… I just want you to know I still think about you all the time. I know you can’t read this but maybe this really is all a simulation like you said and somehow this text makes it to you. I hope you’re playing ukelele somewhere and eating animal crackers like cereal… love u cicely. No one will ever replace you.
I can never forget you. I was there at the service, I made my first call to work in years to be late because I knew I needed to be there, and though we had many ups and downs, I knew that if I wasn’t there I would hate myself more than I ever thought possible.
You were everything to me, once, yes, but far more than that. I have loved you since we met, and to this day. I’m sorry.
I could have done more. I think this is a blame-based falsehood, but I see the truth in it. I should have been more proactive. Circumstances forgotten, you deserved so much better. I am so sorry for this.
I have since accepted your loss. It’s not right, but it’s okay. Because if you thought you couldn’t suffer anymore, you deserved to be free of that. No matter what the efforts of myself or others coulda/shoulda/woulda done.
You can’t, won’t, ever see this.
But I know you know me. What I felt and feel.
So please, please: I miss you more than anything. I love you in the same capacity. And just know this.
I don’t blame or hate or even dislike you for this. But know that I hurt every single day. Because I did and always will love you. But that’s why I understand, sort of. That’s why I hope you’re still good. That’s why I will always be yours.
Cicely…I love you so much…I miss your smile and your gorgeous laugh…I know you are singing wherever you are…God I miss you girl…one love!
Bobby McCarthy says
I didn’t know you long but I knew you enough to know that you were hurting. Though I do feel like I have been stabbed in the heart, I know that it is nothing compared to your personal demons. I wish I could’ve heard you sing one last time. I wish I could’ve watched one more of your streams. Everyday, I miss you as if you were my family. I love Cici. Rest easy.
I just found out. I was only in North Carolina for a short time, while I was there you were super nice to me. My condolences to your family and friends