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Carol "G.G." Cederlund age 84 of Mentor on the Lake, died Monday May 22, 2017 at Lake West Medical Center, Willoughby. She was born March 8, 1933 in Cleveland.

Mrs. Cederlund worked as a bus driver for the Mentor Exempted Village Board of Education for 25 years.

Carol enjoyed spending time with her family, especially with her great grandchildren. She loved to crochet and she was well known for making "scrubbies". Carol participated annually in the Senior Olympic Games and looked forward to spending time with all of her friends "at the games". Carol loved the Cleveland Indians and was an avid fan. Carol also loved to volunteer in the Community. She crocheted hats, booties, and sweaters for the Hanna House in Mentor. She did have in intimate circle of friends who shared their love of roller skating every week at the local rink which was almost always followed by "lunch". Other activities included attending the Mentor and Eastlake Seniors Centers, volunteering as an usher for events at the Mentor Performing Fine Arts Center and attending monthly retired Mentor Bus Driver luncheons. She remained close to her lifelong friend Jan Huntington. Carol will be remembered for her "hearty" laugh and her compassion for others.

Survivors include her children: Richard J. (Tracy) Cederlund, Linda (James M.) Braemer and Roy Cederlund (Sue Podpadec), grandchildren: Shannon (Brian) Steele, Keith (Serena) Cederlund and Clayton Cederlund, great-grandchildren: Alexis & Joseph Tanker, step great grand-child Bryson Steele: brothers: Charles Schroer and Lee "Roy" Schroer.

Carol is preceded in death by her husband: Richard R. Cederlund and parents: Melvin and Ruth Schroer.

A private family inurnment in Whitehaven Memorial Park in Mayfield will be at a later date.

A public Celebration of Carol's Life will be at a later date.

Arrangements entrusted to the Brunner Sanden Deitrick Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 8466 Mentor Ave., Mentor, OH 44060

Family requests contributions may be made to a local Senior Citizens Center or a charity of your choice.

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