CAROL A. DICKEY (nee Wolff) age 74. Beloved wife of the late Henry. Loving mother of Christine Zelina (Kevin) and Barbara Barnette (Arnold). Loving grandmother of Austin “Her Buddy”, Olivia and Kylie. Dearest sister of Edward L. Wolff (deceased)(Judy) and Mary Ann Thornton (Tom). Dear daughter of the late Edward F. and Helen Wolff (nee Hildebrandt). Dear sister-in-law of Helen Yarish (Ron), Chuck Dickey (Donna) and John Dickey (Betty). Dear aunt, great aunt and friend to many. Carol taught elementary school for over 40 years and touched the lives of many.
MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL, TUES. FEB. 13, 9:30 AM AT ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA CHURCH. INTERMENT, HOLY CROSS CEMETERY. VISITATION, MON. FEB. 12, 3-8 PM AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD. PARMA (betw. Snow & Ridge).
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Messages of Condolence
Dear Christine and Barbara, our family sends our condolences on the
loss of your mother, Carol. She and Hank were quite a pair, Hank used
to work for Don at Warwick Communications and our whole family , and
close to Rob and Mimi and also to Chris. We all send our sympathy.
Sincerely, Mary Kuehn and Family
My heartfelt prayers and sympathy go to Carol’s family. I taught with Carol at St. Anthony and enjoyed her humor and supportive words. She was a good teacher especially in math. I was happy to have worked with her-she will be missed.
All 3 of my children had Carol for class and they absolutely loved her. She was a wonderful Teacher,person and friend. You will be missed.
So sorry for your loss. While Carol & I taught at different schools, we served together on the Local Professional Development Committee (LPDC) for teacher licensure in the early 2000s.
You were the best! Tom and I enjoyed being with you, especially the last four weeks where we could help you and watch you make great progress. We both miss you and we were looking forward to spending more time with you in the sun. Carol, you were a beautiful sister, both physically and with your heart of gold. This is so difficult without you each and every day. May your memory be eternal! Love, Mary