||ANITA LYKKEN, Thespian Society 4; Art Honor Society 2, 4; Sigma
Tri-Hi-Y 2, Treasurer 3; French Club 3; Tell-a-Tale 2; Fall Play 4; Class Play Crew 3.
|The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta, Georgia - December 1, 2006
Anita Marie McCain, 64, daughter of John Ciaccio and Margaret Moser, stepdaughter of
Richard C Lykken. Anita's passions were her roles as a mother, therapist, and member
of the Friends to Bill W. She is survived by her daughter, Nicole Rennie of Decatur,
her sisters: Shelley Neil of Oregon, Jennifer Ciaccio of Virginia, and Zora Lykken of
Florida. Memorial services are Saturday, December 2, 2006 at 4 p.m. at the Atlanta
Friends Meeting, 701 W. Howard Avenue, Decatur, Georgia. In lieu of flowers,
donations to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home. The Cremation Society of the South is
in charge of arrangements, 770-420-5557.
The Capital, Annapolis, Maryland - December 1, 2006
Anita Marie McCain, 64, of Atlanta, Georgia, died November 24 at Our Lady of Perpetual
Help Home, a hospice in Atlanta, Georgia. The cause of death is not available.
Mrs. McCain was born in Hamilton, Ohio, the daughter of John Ciaccio and Margaret
Moser and the stepdaughter of Richard C. Lykken. She was reared in the metropolitan
area of Washington, D.C., earning her bachelor of arts degree from George Washington
University. She received a master of liberal arts degree from Johns Hopkins
University and a master of social work degree from the University of Oklahoma. She
was a licensed certified social worker with licensure from the state of Georgia.
Mrs. McCain came to Annapolis, Maryland, in 1965. An English professor at Anne
Arundel Community College, she participated in the Crab Town Skiers and acted and sang
with Colonial Players. She lived in Oklahoma and then moved to Atlanta where she
practiced her profession as a therapist. She enjoyed being a therapist, a mother and
member of the Friends of Bill W. Surviving are her daughter, Nicole Rennie of
Decatur, Georgia.; and her sisters, Shelley Neil of Oregon, Jennifer Ciaccio of Virginia
and Zora Lykken of Florida. Memorial services will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow at
Atlanta Friends Meeting, 701 West Howard Avenue, Decatur, Georgia. Arrangements are
by the Cremation Society of the South in Marietta, Georgia. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home, 760 Pollard Blvd. Southwest
Atlanta, Georgia 30315.