CAROL-SLADEWSKI-Obituary

CAROL A. SLADEWSKI

Cleveland, Ohio

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age 72. Entered the Kingdom of God on February 20, 2017, after a long and courageous battle against cancer. Beloved wife of Louis J. and loving sister of Mildred Mikus. Loving step-mother to Christopher, Cynthia Zonneville (David), Laurie Estok (John) and Steven. Grandmother to Dana O'Neil...

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Not sure what to say?

she took me under her wing.

Dear Lou, Family, and Friends,

Steve and I are so very sorry for such a great loss.

Carol was the bravest person I ever knew. Her courage in always "carrying on" no matter how she was feeling was an example for all of us to follow. She was a good friend to so many of us and never failed to give a helping hand to anyone who needed it for whatever reason. She will surely be missed by so many.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Love,

To the family of Carol: So many of us who had her as our HR Manager and Friend for all those Victoreen years will miss her laugh, smile,and big heart. She truly cared and made it personal. She was an example of professionalism but still knew how to have fun. It was family and I know I am sad at the thought of not hearing that full hearted laugh again. May she be at peace and only the happy memories remain. Lou you and the family are in our prayers.

George and Toni Sambula

Lou you and Carol have been a part of our family since we met in Canada in 1999. You have watched our children grow and become adults. You have had our hearts from day one! Carol rest in peace now, as you fought a great fight. If you go to rainbow bridge Buffy Rocky and Tilley will be there waiting for you. Lou we love you and if you need anything we are a call away!

Love and prayers
Matt Lisa Kyle and Kaitlyn

Hugs and prayers for our entire family. Carol, thank you for being such a wonderful and generous aunt. I will always cherish your memory especially around Christmas time. Love, Terri (Sladewski) King

Our choir has always been like family and you were definitely the choir Mother. The last time we sang together you said you were tired and did not know how much fight you had left. Still you came and sang with us showing that incredible courage and spirit that we have all come to know so well. I will miss you and the harmony we made together very much.

Saddened by the news of your passing. May the Lord Bless you & Grant you Peace! Heartfelt Sympathy to Family & Friends!

Dear Auntie Carol, we all love you so! Lord knows you fought & conquered many health issues over the years. It was always a true delight to see you & oh how we appreciated your sense of humor! Our deepest sympathy to Lou, Auntie Milly, family & friends!