Carol Sue Flockerzie

September 04, 1948 ‒ November 07, 2019

Westerville, Ohio
Formerly of Bellville, Ohio

Westerville: Carol Sue Flockerzie, 71, of Westerville and formerly of Bellville, passed away unexpectedly at home, Thursday, November 7, 2019.

The daughter of Levi and Olive (Larrik) Ekleberry, Carol was born September 4, 1948 and graduated from Loudonville High School.  She later graduated from Riverside Methodist Nursing School as a Registered Nurse.  For over 40 years, Carol worked for Mansfield General Hospital.

She loved her children and grandchildren, and could often be found at the baseball field cheering them on.

She is survived by her daughter Heather (Craig) Kirker of Worthington and son David (Courtney) Flockerzie of Grove City; grandchildren Caden, Caleb, and Rhyan Kirker and Kinley, Korie, and Kennidy Flockerzie; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law Max (Nancy) Flockerzie, Gale “Whitey” (Renee) Flockerzie, Barb Schaefer, Jeanette (Bud) Sprague, and Becky Milligan; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and extended family.

Along with her parents she was preceded in death by her husband Dale Flockerzie; and sister Patricia Manson.

A graveside service will be held Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at 1 pm in Bellville Cemetery.  Pastor Patrick Bailey will officiate.

The Bellville Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve Carol’s family and online condolences to them may be made by visiting:

  • Heather & David…You were Blessed to have such loving parents. Your father was one of the first people to visit Jan and I when we made Bellville our home. We always coungted your parents as closest friends. One evening your Dad brought Carol down for dinner. He said:”Hey Marsh, I want you to meet someone special”. He was right! During dinner Dale said that Carol was a Redbird. He continued by saying “she looks great in red, but she be a knock-out in Green!” They married and the rest is forever in our memories. She was a special lady ndeed. A long distance hug from Jan and I .

  • Carol and I were born the same day and year…we were classmates all through school in Loudonville…I remember being at her house and her parents and sister! My condolences to her family. I know she is where she wanted to be for years, with Dale.

  • Sending Our deepest sympathy Dave and Courtney on your loss.
    Peter, Linda and Milo Zettel 🇨🇦
    Jim And Donna Morris.🇨🇦

  • Heather and Dave,
    So sorry for your loss. Your Mom and I spent many baseball games together through out the years. She was such a genuinely nice lady and she loved her family so much.
    You and your families are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
    Larry and Luey Dill

  • I’m so very sorry for your loss. I worked with your mom for many years and have fond memories of her wit on busy days. Thinking of you all.

  • Heather & David. I am so very sorry to hear about your mom. She was an awesome lady and a fantastic nurse. I loved her sense of humor. Even on bad days, Carol could make me laugh. She absolutely loved you & your families. Her grandchildren were her joy in life. Keep her memories close in your heart. She will never be forgotten

  • Heather and Dave your Mom was a great lady. Her nursing abilities were outstanding. I worked with her at the hospital for many years. I also was a Redbird and knew your Mom throughout high school. She graduated with my brother Rick Arnold. I am sure she will be missed. Many memories.

  • Heather and David, So sorry for your loss. Many great memories of your family. I will never forget the team meals and the support they always gave for both of you in all your school activities.

  • Heather and David so sorry for your loss. Many fond memories of both your mom and dad. Quality people from quality families.
    Keeping you and you families in my prayers.
    Dennis Snyder

  • My sympathy on your loss. I was a classmate of Carol and kept in touch with her through her nursing education days. I enjoyed our association.

  • Dave and Courtney, Heather and Craig , so very sorry for your loss! Carol was a very sweet lady and enjoyed talking to her at the girl’s party!
    Prayers being sent
    Carol and Joe Smith

  • Heather and David

    Carol and I spent many summers as children tromping around the forest, campgrounds, offices and home at Mohican State Park. Those were carefree and joyful times.

    You have our deepest sympathy.

    Emily and Jeff Walton

  • Heather and David, I’m so very to hear about Carol’s death. What a shock.I always considered her to be a great friend. We used to chat every morning in the parking lot before work. I loved all the times we got together and cooked or played games while all of you kids played together.My prayers are with your families.

  • Heather, Craig, Caden, Caleb and Ryhan, Dave and Courtney, know that the prayers and thoughts of the TWHS special ed department are with you all. Sending love, Ellin and the spec ed department.

  • I’m so sorry.
    I used to work at MedCentral and I would get floated to Carols dept. She was always good to me and would help me when I needed it . She was an excellent nurse and helped so many people. My she Rest In Peace

  • Heather and David,
    My deepest sympathy to you and your family. I have great memories of your mom and father. Especially, when she tricked me into deer meatloaf. It was so delicious! Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Ashlie (Clark) Doup

  • I worked with Carol in the 1970’s and though it was so many years ago, I still remember her kindness, her caring and her sense of humor. She was a wonderful Nurse and a wonderful co-worker and she was so proud of her family!! I am so sorry to hear of her passing and my thoughts are very much with you all. I am very certain she is in a very good place today….