Carol S. Waldron (Fisher) age 91 born November 22, 1929 transitioned to her forever home January 3, 2021. Beloved wife of the late Raymond J. and mother of 7 children; Barb Moos(Dave), Ray Waldron (Carole), Karen McClaskey (Dave), Donna Pihuliak, the late Carol Stepanovich, Sue Swegan (Gary) and Mary Duffin (Tom), Grandmother to 16 grandchildren; Michelle Moos, Jenny Stauss, Jason Waldron, Jeremy Waldron, Brian McClaskey, Ben McClaskey, Amanda Pihuliak, Greg Pihuliak, Kristina Pihuliak, Allen Bollam, Jake Stepanovich, Boban Stepanovich, Sarah Thomas, Scott Swegan, Kayla Duffin and Michael Duffin; and great grandmother to 16 children, Lia, Drew, Nolan, Theo, Molly, Taylor, Colby, Jolene, Max, Everett, Henry, Emilia, Cora, Caleb, Jameson, and Maci. She was sister to 3 siblings and is survived by her younger sibling Cork (Clayton) Fisher. She is the beloved Aunt to many nieces and nephews.
She dedicated her life to her family and expressed it through sewing. She enjoyed making clothes, toys, ornaments and home décor for her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Her premier project was the wedding dress she carefully fashioned for her daughter Sue.
She was eager to teach others to sew and passed the talent onto her daughters as well as other young girls who were members of the Girl scout troops she led.
She was a social person who enjoyed spending time with friends and family. For many years she was a member of bowling teams and when she could no longer swing a bowling ball she took up the sport of Wii bowling. She taught and encouraged others at her assisted living home to play; one of them became quite an accomplished player!
She and Ray, her husband of 60 years, enjoyed traveling, fishing and socializing. She was the unofficial family travel agent as she planned trips and outings for them as well as many for family members and friends. Her favorite trips were to Hawaii where, in later years, they were joined by some of their children and grandchildren.
She and Ray were members of the United Airlines Retirement Club (R.U.E.A.) and enjoyed socializing with many friends at the various events. They were also active in planning and attending high school reunions for 60+ years.
She liked to listen to music and sing along and she enjoyed reading books. She was also known to have fun dancing especially to one of her favorite songs, “Joy to the World” by Three Dog Night.
On the more serious side, Carol was a devout Catholic and for much of her life she attended St. Mary’s church in Berea. In lieu of flowers the family requests consideration be given to making a donation to Crossroads Hospice, 9775 Rockside Rd Suite 270, Valley View, OH 44125, in memory of Carol S. Waldron. A Memorial Mass will be held at a later time in 2021 at St. Mary's Church, 250 Kraft St. Berea, Ohio 44017 - Time and Date will be announced later. ARRANGEMENTS ENTRUSTED TO A. RIPEPI & SONS FUNERAL HOME, MIDDLEBURG HTS. (440) 260-8800
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