Carol Driggers Sledziona
Carol Driggers Sledziona SUMMERVILLE - Carol Driggers Sledziona, 69, wife of Timothy Joseph Sledziona, died January 8, 2022 at Summerville Medical Center after a brief illness. She was surrounded by her husband and loving daughter, Deborah. Carol was born on January 6, 1953 to the late Mr. James Allen Driggers of Summerville, SC, and Phyllis Cluney Driggers of Newfoundland, Canada. Carol grew up traveling before they settled in Summerville, SC. She is a graduate of Summerville High School and Rice Business College. Carol was married to Timothy Sledziona on August 20, 1983, and has two daughters and one son. Carol worked for South State Bank as a Mortgage Closing Specialist and spent over 30 years as a paralegal. Carol was a very hard worker, a devoted wife, a loving mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. Her passion was helping others and making others feel good. She always wanted to give and even at the end of her life, she continued to worry about her family's health and well-being. She will be sorely missed by her family. She adored her children and they loved her. Carol had a vivacious personality and made everyone smile. Carol loved the Lord and could recite scripture to help anyone in need of hearing the word of God. Carol was one of kind and we will miss her dearly. She is survived by her husband, Timothy Joseph Sledziona, daughters, Melanie L. Davis, Deborah A. Sledziona, one son, Timothy J. Sledziona, Jr., and one son-in-law, Kenneth J. Davis. She is also survived by her sister, Julie Driggers, brother-in-law, David Woods, and one brother, James R. Driggers. She also leaves behind four grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, James Allen and Phyllis Cluney Driggers. Her two sisters, Deborah Ann Driggers and Susan Driggers Turley, and her two loving Pomeranians Lucy Diamond and Mr. Chubbs. Visit our guestbook at
Published by Charleston Post & Courier from Jan. 12 to Jan. 13, 2022.
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Momma I love you forever. I´ll keep my promise to you
Melanie Davis
January 17, 2022
Tim , Debbie, Timothy, Julie, and Jimmy i am so sorry for your loss. She will surly be missed by all of you. She was a good person always. When we were kids she used to tell on me and Susan all the time. We had some good times together. Will be praying for you all. Love all of you.
Edith Rudd
January 14, 2022
Julie sorry for your loss send hugs and prayers
January 13, 2022
Carol I will miss you so much. We had some good times when we were kids and soon I will join you and we will continue our happy times and love. Love you always Cuz.
Evelyn Rast
January 13, 2022
Tim, I am so very sorry to hear this terrible news of your wife´s passing. My prayers are with you & your family.
Tommy Maner
January 13, 2022
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