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In Memory of
Candace Marie Pollock
June 7, 1954 - November 16, 2017

Service:
No Service

Interment:
Central Ohio Crematory

Candace Marie Pollock, age 63, passed away Thursday November 16th at her residence. Preceded in death by parents, Joseph Gonot and Phyllis Kotwis and son, Jesse Pollock. Survived by daughter, Meg Pollock and sister Joanne Gonot. Candace loved nature, gardening in her yard and spending time at Hoover Dam. In accordance with her wishes there will be no public calling hours or funeral service. Condolances may be left at www.morelandfuneralhome.com

Condolences

Merrill and Pat Garnes

Nov 18, 2017

We were so sorry to learn of Candace's passing. We have known her for many years here in Brookstone. My husband used to do odd jobs for her around the house. Just two weeks ago while out walking, we stopped and talked to Candace for quite some time. She was out working in her yard, which she did love. We will miss her here in the community. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during your time of mourning.

 

Rick Guzak

Nov 19, 2017

I was very saddened to hear of Candace's passing. I worked with her at Siemens and thought she was one of nicest people I knew. My thoughts and prayers to the family. God bless you all.

 

Jeanne Miksa

Nov 20, 2017

So very sorry to hear about Candy. I went to high school with her and we had many fun times. I loved her laugh.

 

David Bianconi

Nov 20, 2017

I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of Candi. She went to high school with my sister. I can still remember driving Candi and all of my sisters friends to ball games and dances. I have many fond memories of her throughout my life. May the peace of the risen Lord be with her always.

 

Tony Smith

Nov 20, 2017

I had only known Candace for about 2 years since coming to Siemens. She was quick to say hi and introduce herself. It as always a pleasure to exchange our thoughts and ideas. You know those thoughts and ideas that if people would just listen to us, that the world world would be a better place. She loved to talk about her garden and how it made her feel useful. It not only gave her something beautiful to look at it also told the people who was lucky enough to see her garden just how beautiful she was inside and out. I really feel sorry for those who never got to know her because knowing Candace would have made them a better person. I will miss her. Thanks for sharing Candace with us. Tony

 

rochelle markovich

Nov 20, 2017

So very sorry for your loss. Candace was a very nice and caring person. May she rest in the arms of our Lord.

 

Sandy Nicholson

Nov 22, 2017

Meg, I loved your mom. She was strength and kindness in one incredible woman. We spoke often, outside or by phone. It will be very difficult for me to break the habit of looking for her in the yard. She loved you so much. Please be good to yourself. Allow yourself time and space to grieve. With sincere sympathy, Sandy

 

Lori Smith

Nov 27, 2017

My deepest condolences. Candy, Joanne and I worked at Comp-U-Card together. Candy and her Dad and I spent many nights watching Joanne sing. I know she will be missed.