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Carol Schlesner Obituary

Carol  A.  Schlesner
Carol A. Schlesner

June 13, 1939 - November 5, 2018
Born in Milwaukee, WI.
Resided in Athelstane, Wisconsin
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Schlesner Carol A.
(nee Read)
Passed away peacefully on November 5, 2018 at the age of 79. Preceded in death by her husband Raymond A. Schlesner. Beloved mom of 5, Rose E. Peters (Michael H), Roger W. (Lynn) Nelson, Raymond Schlesner Jr. (Karen H.), Cindy M. Hudson (Tom W) and Carrie Ann Schlesner. Further survived by grandchildren, Great grandchildren, a sister, nieces, nephews other family and friends. Preceded in death by grandchildren Samantha L. Hudson, Donald J. Hudson, Gabriel John Smith and Roger W. Nelson III.

At carols request no services will be held. In lieu of flowers memorials in Carol's name to Zilber Hospice.

A special thank you to Zilber Family Hospice and Aurora at Home Hospice and in home care givers for all of your care and comfort.

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Cremation Society of Milwaukee
4747 S. 60th Street
Greenfield, WI USA 53220

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Aurora VNA Zilber Family Hospice
1155 N Honey Creek Pkwy
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 53213
When care at home isn’t an option, the Aurora Zilber Family Hospice may be the answer. Our 18-bed center gives you or your loved one continuous care in a homelike environment. Our caring team of doctors, nurses, social workers and clergy work together to design a treatment plan that keeps your loved one comfortable and pain-free. Residents can determine their visitors’ schedule, and both they and their guests can use our cozy suites, family lounges, outdoor patios and courtyards, as well as the meditation space, library and solarium. We are the only center in the metro-Milwaukee area that offers hospice care to children as well as aging adults. In our homelike environment, people can go through the end-of-life process with comfort and dignity, while their families can count on compassionate care and full medical and emotional support.

 

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