Obituary of Caroline Lozon
June 16, 1930 - April 22, 2022
Caroline Lozon. Age 91 of Woodhaven.
Beloved wife of the late Frederick. Dearest mom of Mary Cay (Michael) Vessells, Dr. Timothy (Cheryl) Lozon, Cynthia (Dr. Ricardo) Compean, Kelly (Warren) Baker and the late Gerard (the late Holly) Lozon. Loving grandma of Michael (Jen) Vessells, Matthew (Kelly) Vessells, Christopher Lozon, Nicole Lozon (Matthew Beach), Sarah Lozon, Michelle Compean, Andrew (Sarah) Compean, Alexander (Maddy) Compean, Christina Compean (Michael Fitch), Kayla Baker, Garrett Baker, Luke Baker, Grant Baker (Anja Plaumann), Natalie (Shawn) Bogedain and the late Emily Lozon. Dear great grandma of Avery, Austin, Harper, Porter, Nola, Emma, Ava, Kaiden, Arabelle, Nathaniel, Marlie and Lena.
Memorial contributions are appreciated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or Our Lady of the Woods Catholic Church.
Caroline Lozon was a loving wife, mom, grandma, great grandma, sister, aunt and loyal friend. She was born June 16, 1930 in Detroit, Michigan, to Louis and Mary Sulok, the seventh of their eight daughters. After graduating from high school, she worked in the office of Fontana Brothers, where she met the love of her life, Frederick Edward Lozon. After their marriage in 1950, they raised a family of five children, and they spent 60 wonderful years together before Fred’s passing in 2010.
While still raising her children, Caroline decided to look for part-time work, which she found at Blanzy Clinic, where she served as their medical secretary until she retired at the age of 86. She also volunteered at Our Lady of the Woods, putting her secretarial talent to good use. Her strong work ethic was always much admired.
In her free time, Caroline enjoyed traveling. She and Fred took many vacations throughout the U.S. together, both with their children and with other friends and family. Interior decorating and fashion were two of her lifelong special interests. Her home and appearance were always impeccable. In her later years, she also enjoyed going to the casino and doing arts and crafts.
Most importantly, her family meant the world to her. She loved spending time with her family, and she attended countless recitals, performances, ceremonies, and sporting events for her children and grandchildren, supporting all of their interests and pursuits. She was always a very loving, caring, and giving woman. Her strong faith carried her throughout her life. Caroline will be deeply missed and cherished in the hearts of her loved ones and everyone whose life she touched.
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