Carol J. Mravec, 88, of Oak Harbor, OH passed away on March 4, 2023 at her home surrounded by her loving family. Carol was born on April 28, 1934 in Rossford, OH to Oscar and Caroline (Shintock) Meyers. Carol married the love of her life Steve Mravec on June 12, 1954, in Rossford, OH and he preceded her in death on May 8, 2015. She was a graduate of Rossford High School. Carol received her cosmetology license from Toledo Beauty Academy.
Carol owned and worked as a beautician at Silver Bell in Toledo, OH, Princess Beauty Salon in the Woodville Mall, then added a second location at Franklin Park Mall where she retired in 1980. Carol was very adventurous and enjoyed fishing at the lake and hunting in Wyoming with her husband. She enjoyed living on the lake with her family at their cottage. She loved spoiling her girls and grandchildren. She also enjoyed playing Euchre.
Carol is survived by her daughters, Jeanie (Dennis) Zunk, Annmarie (Steve) Schade, both of Oak Harbor, OH and Joann (Bill, Jr.) Wright of Port Charlotte, FL; grandchildren, Ryan (Ashley Bell) Schade, Kimberly (Adam) Shearn, Bill Wright III, Daniel Wright; great-grandchildren, Charles and Mariella Shearn and Grady Bell; sister, Shirley Mravec; nephews, Joe and Bob Mravec and several other nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Steve Mravec; granddaughter, Deanna Wright.
Private graveside service will take place for the family at St. Joseph Cemetery in Fremont, OH.
In Lieu of flowers memorials can be made in her honor to Sacred Heart Church or St. Mary Church in Millersville, OH.
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The sorrow of the faithful is not that of a permanent loss, but the tender sense of sadness, that comes in saying goodbye for now to someone that we love. May today’s sorrows give way to the peace and comfort of God’s love. Sharing in your sorrow with love and friendship. Susanne Zunk
Watching carol mravec drive off, keeping the beat of the music with the accelerator of Jeannie’s corvair, her zest for life and love of her family was apparent to all. You’ve reached your destination faithful servant, rest in peace.
Jeannie, Joanne and Annmarie: my heart goes out to all of you! I remember all the good times we had working together at the shop! She was always the sweetest lady! She was very determined to get it all done! Loved her always! Deepest sympathy to all! Sandie❤️
Carol was a remarkable woman A wonderful husband and a wonderful mother My condolences go out to her entire family
MARTIN JON JAKUBEC
Rest in peace Godmother.
My dearest childhood and lifelong friend – I love you, rest in peace and save a beautiful place for me.
Molly “sis” Jakubec