Helen Kay Sliman-Hart

Helen Kay Sliman-Hart

March 30, 1936 ‐ July 06, 2019
Helen Kay Sliman-Hart
Birthplace: Lakewood,Ohio Resided In: Olmsted Township, Ohio Visitation: July 11, 2019 Service: July 12, 2019

Helen “Kay” Sliman-Hart, beloved wife of Thomas Hart and the late Thomas Sliman. Dear mother of Daniel Sliman (Margaret), Timothy Sliman and Paula DuPerow (Dale). Fond grandmother of Christopher, Wade, Molly and Grace and great grandmother to Aiden, Ryker and Addison.  Memorial Mass to be held  Friday July 12th  at 10:00 am, at St. Clarence Parish, 30106 Lorain Avenue, North Olmsted. Friends and family will gather from 4-8pm on Thursday July 11th at Jenkins Funeral Chapel, 2914 Dover Center Road, Westlake. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Pancreatic Cancer Network, pancan.org.


Guest Comments

Joyce Cole
Chardon

Thinking of all of you today. Peace and love.

Jim Voneman
Westerville OH

Love you and God Bless You.

Carol Vollmer
Canton, Ohio

I wish everyone had a friend like Kay- full of Love, Laughter, and Smiles. But I was twice Blessed, not only to have Kay for a friend but also to have her as a cousin. What a gift! Forever in my heart. Carol

Carol Vollmer
Canton, Ohio

I wish everyone had a friend like Kay- full of Love, Laughter, and Smiles. But I was twice Blessed, not only to have Kay for a friend but also to have her as a cousin. What a gift! Forever in my heart. Carol

Carol Sliman
Mount Dora, Florida

To my Sister-In-Law and ”Best Friend” who I loved
so much. You have always been like a Sister to
me. We have had such good times together and loved doing so many of the same things.

We shared over 50 years of friendship without
ever having an argument. Our times spent together were such fun, I shall always remember
you and carry our memories close to my heart!
I love you Kay...Until we meet again!

Caren Start
Wooster. Ohio

Phil and I had a great pleasure to spend lots of time with Kay. In years past. Lots of antiqueing and finding and selling treasures together. Kay I will always treasure are time together. Our prayers are with your family.

Megan Barry
Westlake, ohio

Kay was my Aunt as well as my friend. She will be missed by all who knew her or even just crossed paths with her. She was a very giving woman, of her time and wisdom. She helped take care of my father James when he was at home on hospice. She was my rock.

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