Michael G. “Mickey” Cladas ll

Born: 12/09/1967 Passed:

Michael G. “Mickey” Cladas ll

Mickey slipped away peacefully with his loving family around him on October 18, 2017 following a long courageous battle with cancer. He was born December 9th, 1967 to the late Michael and Sharon Cladas. Mickey was an Ellet High school graduate, Class of 1987. He worked many years as an ironworker, fabrication shop supervisor, and welder. He currently worked at Ohio Gratings Incorporated.

Mickey loved to play and coach baseball. He volunteered his spare time coaching the youth of Perry and Richville baseball/softball Association. He coached football for Perry youth and he was also a board member. Mickey was an avid golfer and had many golf buddies.

Mickey was preceded in death by his parents, Michael and Sharon Cladas and father in-law, David Yeary.

He leaves behind his wife, Shelly; son, Justin; stepsons, Jeremy (Gina) Gowin and Jeff (Alta) Gowin; sisters, Janie (Bob) Smoley and Heather (Chris) Wyatt; mother in-law, Rose Yeary; brother in-law, Charles (Sharon) Steffen; and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Memorial service will be held Saturday, November 18, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. at Harvest Christian Center, 116 9th St. NW, N. Canton, Ohio.  Condolences can be shared with the family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society

330-875-5770

 

9 Tributes to Michael G. “Mickey” Cladas ll

  1. Kelly says:

    Many prayers to you and the family was a great person he will be deeply missed ..

  2. Jeff Basinger SR says:

    Memories for a life time Mickey was Mickey alway made you laugh would have gave you his shirt off of his back if you need it !! Loved playing golf with Mickey on Sunday’s and going on golf trips he was the life of the party . RIP MICKEY your golfing buddy Jeff

  3. Larry Valenti says:

    I rode along with mick many times this last year and enjoyed our time together. We talked, played golf and prayed together. He had no quit in him. The golfing guys will miss him.

  4. Scott turner says:

    Enjoyed coaching with Mickey
    I learned a lot from him
    He loved not only the coaching the kids but really loved the kids
    He will be missed……RIP

  5. Kelli Postal says:

    Mickey, no more pain ! Grew up with you 💚 wow a lifetime ago it seems. I still owe you for telling on Janie and I for smoking oh and for pulling my tube top down in front of everyone lol ! My prayer’s are with you all .

  6. Leslea Costa says:

    I worked with Mickey for several years while he was a fab shop supervisor. He was fun to be around and didn’t hesitate to jump on a tow motor or bundle or do whatever needed to be done. I already miss him dearly. Rest in Peace my friend.

  7. Roger Miller says:

    Mickey was my friend and my son’s coach, we spent many hours on and off the fields for 10 years, spring-summer-and fall, both as coaches and fixing up fields for the games and for PHBSA….we served together as board members and no task went undone for the boys and girls so the could play. We spent time fixing and securing team equipment…along with coach our teams, He taught me a great deal about the game he loved, and having our guys grow into young men. the most fun was putting our team in Orange and Black one fall year…the AD at Perry wasn’t quite sure what was going on, but that is what Mickey and I wanted to do so our guys stood out…NOT a Massillon thing….he was from Akron Ellet and I was from NC Hoover.
    Will miss him….and chatting about baseball, he was a much better golfer than I, but we enjoyed doing the PHBSA annual outing as a fund raiser…he sure could pound out a drive!
    Shelly…thanks for letting us have him all the days of his spare time fro the league, it was better with him, he always knew you’d rather have him home, but he loved the guys on our rosters,,,no better legacy can be left than the one he did with the lives he touched.
    Gone too young, too soon…..but he is at peace. Thanks MickDawg!

  8. Paul Giffin says:

    Played a lot of golf rounds both here in the area and on golf trips. Always the life of the party. He will be missed.

  9. Heather Wyatt says:

    So many memories of you torturing me growing up. Pushing me down the steps, bouncing me off the top of the bunk bed, tricking me into drinking Alka-Seltzer, sayi ng it was 7-up. You could pick on me all day long but let anyone else even look at me cross eyed and it was on! I loved when you walked me to school everyday. It’s surreal that you are no longer with us. I’m glad you are no longer in pain, and will see you again big brother. I love you.

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