I knew Cleo through Crestview as my mom is there. I got to know Cleo from attending activities with mom. My mom (Laurale Hunter) worked with Cleo at Montgomery Wards downtown IC in the late 40s early 50s.
I got a kick out of Cleo's humor. She was a hoot, but yet she would ask residents to say the Lord's Prayer with her. What a memorable lady. I will miss seeing her at Crestview. I am sorry for your loss. God's blessings to your family.
Our gratitude for the numerous family history moments with Aunt Cleo. She'll be remembered. Steve & Playung Slezak
I have very fond memories of Cleo from her time with my Great Uncle Charlie. She was the one to take my mother's Junior Prom dress and let the hem out and added some well placed lace so I could wear it to my Junior Prom. When my mother was homebound Cleo would call her often to say evening prayer with her as well. My deepest condolences.
I got to know Cleo when playing with her in our Chimers group and through our UMW group at First United Methodist Church. Cleo always said what she was thinking, not pulling any punches, but she had a heart of gold. When Cleo found out I had some Czech blood in me, she always greeted me in Czech and I would respond in kind. Cleo was one of a kind and I will always remember her fondly. I am so sorry for your loss of this wonderful person.