Carol Jean Matlus (nee Corrado)

Born: 10/02/1946 Passed:

Carol Jean Matlus (nee Corrado) age 75 of Cleveland, Ohio left this earth on December 26th, 2021, with her partner Gene Melhuish by her side.

Carol is preceded in death by her parents Albert and Anna Corrado and her daughter Regina Marie Sima of Cleveland, Ohio.

She is survived by her daughters Laura Jean Sliger of Columbus, Ohio and Jennifer Lynn Radcliff of Niles Ohio; 3 son in laws Scott Sliger, James Sima and Jason Radcliff; 8 grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren; and 5 great-great grandchildren.

Carol was a loving mother, grandma and greatgrandma. She had a great sense of humor and could be quite blunt. She will be greatly missed. Her family sincerely thanks the hospice nurses, Sarah, and Julie for taking such good care of Carol and being there for her. We are also extremely grateful to all the staff at Miracle City Hospice for being so loving and kind.

In accordance with her wishes, Carol will be cremated. No services will be held at this time.

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6 Tributes to Carol Jean Matlus (nee Corrado)

  1. Laurie Sliger says:

    I miss you mom. I am glad you are no longer in pain and finally at peace.

  2. Cassie Matlus says:

    I love u grandma you were always my favorite person I’m lost without u I’m so hurt n mad that this family is so ignorant we all couldn’t come together talk to one another and let each other know to be there for her when she needed us anytime any of u were in bad shape she traveled to you all n was there for us all! We all need to take a look at ourselves this family needs help please don’t let this happen again!

    • Alicia says:

      We been looking for you…

      • Nicole Matlus says:

        Cookie, thank you for always loving my girls and staying in their life when no one else in the family did. So very sad we didn’t find out for three days after you passed. I’m so glad we came to visit a month ago. Thank you for the talks. Other people should be ashamed of their actions . Love ya

    • Anonymous says:

      Cassie get a hold of me love you

  3. Alicia Tocarchick says:

    There are so few memories from growing up but what I have I will cherish.. I am thankful that you were able to meet my boys and to spend the time we had together. I wish I could have done more to ease your worry I did my best but you know your granddaughter got an attitude on her also 🤣 just like my grandma 🥰 Grandma you deserved so much better then what was given and I hope that now you are able to finally be at peace 🕊️ as long as I breath I will keep your memory alive đź’Żđź’“ I have always shared my memories and stories with the younger kids and I will keep on doing so. What I wouldn’t give to feel you hug me one more time… I love you grandma always and forever

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