OBITUARY

Carol Jean Orloff

November 24, 1934January 15, 2021

Carol J. Orloff of Livonia (formerly of Dearborn), age 86, died peacefully on Jan 15, 2021 at Angela Hospice of Livonia.

Born 1934 in Detroit to Carl and Elenor (Mossar) Finzel. Graduated Fordson High School then Henry Ford Community College.

Beloved wife of the late Alexander, with whom she shared a decades long loving and joyful relationship. Cherished mother of Marcus Neville (Jennifer Server) and Lisa Szpond (Mark). Devoted grandmother of Nicholas (Jordan) and Chelsea Szpond. Loving sister of Karen McCarty, Barbara Quillin, Paula Len, and the late Sharon Wheelock. Will also be missed by her nieces, nephews, and friends.

Visitation Tuesday, January 19th at 10:00am until the service that will begin at 1:30pm at Harry J. Will Funeral Home in Livonia. (Covid precautions)

Interment Glen Eden Cemetery.

Memorial contributions appreciated to Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Church in Livonia.

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Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, January 19, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, January 19, 2021

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  • Burial

    Tuesday, January 19, 2021

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Marcus Neville

January 30, 2021

We thank everyone for your kind words and stories.

This outpouring of memories has been greatly healing at this most difficult time.
We will miss her devotion to her family, her friends and her Church.
Carol had a spark in her heart that was difficult to explain, but easy to see.
She needed to care. She needed to love. She needed to belong to something bigger than herself.
Her warmth, generosity and humor will live on in all who love her.

Lisa, Mark, Nick, Chelsea, Marcus and Jennifer

Vincent Baud

January 20, 2021

Sisters together again ❤️

Guy Provenza

January 18, 2021

Marcus, Lisa & Family,

I was so saddened to read about Carol's passing. My parents considered her a dear friend, and those Fordson Class of '52 reunions they loved so much would never have happened without the efforts of Carol and Alex. Whenever I saw her, she was always kind and welcoming. I pray that your memories of her will soothe your sadness.

Sandra Ross

January 18, 2021

I have many wonderful memories of my dear cousin Carol. She was a very positive and cheerful person and whenever I saw her she had a smile on her face. We are a close family, even if we don’t see each other often now, we certainly did as children., and still love each other even though far apart.
My heart goes out to all her family, friends and loved ones.
You have now joined so many in the heavens above, and they now have received the glory of you. Another beautiful Angel!
My love and condolences to all who are grieving her loss.
Cousin Sandy ❤️🙏

Vincent Baud

January 17, 2021

A Sad Day for Sure, 🥲
We lost another great family member my heart goes out to all the family. Sorry and sad I will not be able to make it with all that’s going on in this world hugs to you all.
Rest in peace aunt Carol Give Alex and my mom a hug till we meet again.

Todd Baud

January 17, 2021

My Aunt Carol,she always had a beautiful smile on her face every time I was around her,always a pleasure to be around,I'm going to miss that smile,Happy Lady !!! R.I.P.Aunt Carol I will remember you the rest of my life !!!

Judy Serazio-Thomas

January 16, 2021

My heart is filled with such sadness. Mrs Orloff was my second mom growing up. She showed me so much love, kindness and generosity thru my life. She will be truly missed but always remembered with a smile. My deepest sympathies to her family.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY