Cover photo for Cindi Lou Mihalovich's Obituary
Cindi Lou Mihalovich Profile Photo
1953 Cindi 2024

Cindi Lou Mihalovich

April 13, 1953 — March 22, 2024

North Charleston

Cindi Lou Mihalovich, 70 of North Charleston, South Carolina, passed away on Friday, March 22, 2024.

Born on April 13, 1953 in Columbus, OH was a (Daughter) of (the late) Jetta Coss (Brown) and Charles Coss.

Cindi grew up in Columbus (Whitehall), Ohio. Her and brother Carter attended Whitehall Yearling High School and Cindi found herself working as a Records Clerk with the Whitehall Police Department. Cindi eventually relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada where she had her first child, Charles to (the late) Howard Thomas. Cindi met William (Bill) and moved back to Ohio to be with her father Charles Coss where they were married in September of 1994. Dusty was born in May of 1997 to William and Cindi in Columbus, Ohio. Cindi worked as a Title Processor until she retired when moving to North Carolina. After living in North Carolina for a few years all 3 decided to move to Charleston, South Carolina where they have lived happily since.

Cindi devoted her life to her family and friends. She would do anything for anyone all you had to do was ask. Cindi is known for being a quiet and reserved person with a big heart. She enjoyed being outside as much as she could. She would walk around the neighborhood and interact with everyone. Cindi spent her spare time walking, hiking, boating, and camping along with cleaning her pool. She always loved to cook for her family. Cindi loved her 70's classic rock and expressing her love of the 70's by wearing tie-dye shirts and bright colors. She even had a VW Beetle. Cindi also loved her black cats Pepper and Oreo are truly missing her being around.

Cindi is preceded in death by Jetta Coss (Mother), Charles Coss (Father), Carter Coss (Brother).

Cindi is survived by William (Bill) Mihalovich (Husband), Charles (Zack) Thomas (Son), Dusty Mihalovich (Son).

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to ALS Association, South Carolina Chapter, 130 Gardners Circle, PMB 622, Johns Island, SC, 29455
or online at!/donation/checkout

Cindi struggled with ALS for the last few years of her life. Her wishes requested no services and donations in lieu of flowers to the ALS Association, South Carolina Chapter. This illness needs to be cured and the ALS Association was there for Cindi every step along the way.

Cindi will forever be missed but never forgotten. The family has asked that anyone share memories and/or photos of Cindi at the below link.

Expressions of sympathy may be viewed or submitted online at

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Palmetto Cremation Society, 5638 N Rhett Ave, Charleston, SC 29406.


Visits: 302

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the
Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Service map data © OpenStreetMap contributors