Cassandra Fear Death – A 41-year-old Cleveland woman died after being struck by a car on the city’s West side on Saturday evening. The victim has been identified as Cassandra Fear. According to reports, Cassandra Majchrzak Fear from Cleveland, Ohio passed away from injuries sustained in a car accident.
Around 9 p.m. in the city’s Jefferson neighborhood, the woman collided with a parked car in the 3700 block of W. 130th Street. Following the crash, she left her vehicle and was subsequently hit by another vehicle.
Cassandra Fear was pronounced dead at the scene by EMS. The Cleveland police have stated that the fatal accident is currently under investigation, and there have been no arrests made at this point.
About Cassandra Fear
Cassandra Majchrzak Fear was an extraordinary individual who brought immense joy to the community. As a remarkable friend and confidant, she stood as a stalwart advocate in the LGBTQIA+ community and made her mark as an iconic businesswoman. Fear was a beacon of positivity, always ready for laughter and jokes, with a soul brimming with goodness.
Her essence could be likened to a radiant light capable of dispelling any negativity. Whether through her establishment, Fears Confections in Lakewood, or her angelic tenor voice resonating in various Sweet Adeline choruses and quartets, Fear showered love, acceptance, and inclusivity on all fortunate enough to be in her presence. Her ability to make people laugh, contemplate, and feel cherished left an indelible impact.
Fear was the proud owner of Fear’s Confections in Lakewood, and she was interviewed in April 2020 regarding the challenges faced by candy stores preparing for Easter during a pandemic. Unfortunately, her store closed its doors in March after a successful 13-year run in business.
Cassandra Fear GoFundMe
This GoFundMe page was created by Wendy Benson, a resident of Elyria, Ohio to help the family pay for funeral costs and other expenses at this difficult time. As of today, the fundraiser page “Cassandra Fear” has raised $50 USD out of a $10,000 goal.
Goodhand-Krell was the most generous donor, donating $300. “All proceeds donated will go directly to Cassandra’s husband and children to fund her final expenses,” a statement on the fundraising page read.
No plans have been announced for Cassandra Fear obituary and funeral yet.
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