Maureen Louise Carlon

maureen carlon

April 3, 1935 ~ September 8, 2022

Born in: Youngstown, OH
Resided in: Atlanta, GA

Maureen Louise Witt Filo Carlon of Atlanta, Georgia, formerly of Youngstown, Ohio passed away peacefully on September 8, 2022, with her daughter Rosemary at her side. Maureen was born April 3, 1935, in Youngstown, the daughter of Alvy and Lillian Keffer Witt. She was a 1953 graduate of Ursuline High School.

On November 9, 1953, she was united in marriage with the love of her life, Edward F. Filo, with whom she had four children. Edward passed away August 2, 1956. She then married John P. Carlon, with whom she had three more children.

Maureen was the office manager for an international software company, based in Atlanta for many years until her retirement in 2005. She enjoyed traveling with her sisters and her family, listening to classical music, flower arranging and had a fascination with kaleidoscopes.

Left to cherish her memories are her children, Eugene (Dagmar) Carlon of Colorado Springs, CO., Edward (Nancy) Carlon of Poland, OH., Rosemary Carlon Beck of Atlanta, GA., Philip (Barb) Carlon of Boardman, OH., Patrick (Jean) Carlon of Kent, WA., Eileen Carlon Richardson of Atlanta, GA., John (Mary) Carlon of Perry, OH., and thirteen grandchildren, fourteen great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild; and her sisters, Mary Catherine Sanders of Liberty, OH., and Gloria (Boyd) Titus of Vancouver, WA.

She was predeceased by her parents, a brother Robert W. Witt, a sister Alva May Witt, her first husband Edward F. Filo and her second husband John P. Carlon.

A memorial service and celebration of life will take place in Youngstown at a later date.

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  1. Stockdale says:

    Our deepest condolences for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and heartfelt prayers.

  2. Stephanie Florine Boykin says:

    The Family has my deepest and heart filled condolences. I was Ms. Carlin’s. Care giver and I loved her as she was my own. I’m glad I got the opportunity to meet such a jewel. She changed my life.

    • Rosemary C. Beck says:

      She loved you SO much, Stephanie! She was a “Buggaboo” at times but she was OUR Buggaboo & we loved her 😱.

  3. Tanya Harris says:

    Ms. Maureen Carlon was a wonderful she made me laugh and I will miss her going to see her I was her caregiver at the Rennaissance on Peachtree where she resided I loved her very much she reminded me of my Moy deepest condolences to her family Rosemary the most of all she treated me like family and her mother treated me like family she will be missed love u Maureen Carlon…..

  4. Tiphanie Boykin says:

    Mrs. Carlon will always be apart of my heart..I spent many days talking with her she always gave me great advice..I was one of her caregivers but she always felt like much more to me..My condolences to her family she’s in nomore pain..Love you Mrs.Carlon I can hear her tell me I LOVVEE YOU TOOOO 😢❤️

    • Rosemary C. Beck says:

      You were the sweetest ever to her! I don’t know who’s going to give you boyfriend & daughter advice anymore but you know she’s your guardian Angel now!

  5. Karen H says:

    My deepest sympathies to the whole family. Maureen was a wonderful friend and like a second mother to me. Especially for letting me stay with her as I moved to Atlanta. She was a special person and I’ll miss her. May she rest in peace.

    • Charlie says:

      Mom and I first met so many years ago when she opened the door to her car and gave me a ride as I was walking from school. Over the subsequent 50+ years she embraced and loved me as a son. I am forever thankful and know that I have been BLESSED by her graciousness and love 🙏 “I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU MOM” ❤️

      • Rosemary C. Beck says:

        Ohhhh Charlie! You were so constant in her life and she loved you to pieces! Thank you for visiting her these last 2 years and most of all, thank you for praying over her with me & letting her know it was “OK” to go on to heaven to be with her parents & my dad.
        I will always love you ❤️

  6. Geri Orlando DeCenso says:

    What a lovely picture of your mom/grandma. Deeepest sympathies to you. Praying for peace and comfort for all of you during these difficult days.

  7. Terri & Earl Marian says:

    Our deepest sympathy for your loss. God bless.

  8. Maureen Belden says:

    I was fortunate to meet Maureen at Boyd(Gloria) Titus’s birthday party here in Vancouver, WA.
    She was a lovely lady. May she rest in peace.
    Sincerly, Maureen

  9. Tinka Dumas says:

    Ms. Maureen was such a joy to be around. I’m very honored to have know her, rst now sweet angel.

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