Ann T. Carlson

March 31, 1951November 29, 2018

Ann T. Carlson, 67, of Cleveland, passed away peacefully at home Thursday, November 29, 2018, surrounded by her family. She was born in Muskegon, Michigan to Milton & Bernadine (Buckley) Carlson. Ann retired from Cleveland Metropolitan School District as Transportation Director and was also co-founder of Bountiful Basement (food pantry) at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church (formerly Ascension).

Ann will be dearly missed by her siblings; Fred (Martha) Carlson, Alice (Ken) Kanta and Kathy (Ron) Rostas. Nieces and Nephews: Anne (K.C.)Barr; Michelle (Michael) Green; Barbara Park; Bob (Jill) Carlson; Emily Carlson; Katie Kanta; Kristina (Sean) Pressler, Ron Rostas; Ryan Rostas; Sara Rostas; John Hegedus and Sean Hegedus; 7 great Nieces and 10 great nephews and many treasured friends. She was proceeded in death by her parents and sister Elizabeth (Betsy) Carlson Hegedus.

Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, December 15th at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church 14040 Puritas Ave. Cleveland Ohio 11 AM. Interment Private. Family will receive friends at the church 9 am until the time of Mass.


  • Milton F. Carlson, Father
  • Bernadine Buckley Carlson, Mother
  • Fred (Martha) Carlson, Brother
  • Alice (Ken) Kanta, Sister
  • Kathy (Ron) Rostas, Sister
  • Elizabeth "Betsy" Carlson Hegedus, Sister
  • Anne (K.C.) Barr, Niece
  • Michelle (Michael) Green, Niece
  • Barbara Park, Niece
  • Bob (Jill) Carlson, Nephew
  • Emily Carlson, Niece
  • Katie Kanta, Niece
  • Kristina (Sean) Pressler, Niece
  • Ron Rostas, Nephew
  • Ryan Rostas, Nephew
  • Sara Rostas, Niece
  • John Hegedus, Nephew
  • Sean Hegedus, Nephew
  • Also seven great nieces and 10 great nephews


  • Visitation Saturday, December 15, 2018
  • Memorial Mass Saturday, December 15, 2018

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