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september 1, 1965 – April 4, 2023
Kathy Slazyk-Might, age 57, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on April 4, 2023.
Kathy was born in Hagerstown, MD to Ken Slazyk and Joann Slazyk. Her family moved around the country as her fathers career progressed, but eventually landed in Cincinnati. She is a 1983 graduate of Indian Hill High School, and attended the University of Cincinnati.
Kathy married Daniel Might of Cincinnati, Ohio on April 23, 2016. She worked as a nurse in the greater Cincinnati area, primarily in Oncology. She was a wonderful cook, a food explorer and loved trying new recipes. Before she became ill, she loved taking long walks with her Basset Retriever, Hoover.
Kathy is survived by her husband of 7 years, Daniel Might, mother, Joann Slazyk, brothers, Ken Slazyk & Steve Slazyk, nephews, Campbell Slazyk, Jackson Slazyk, Mason Slazyk, Griffin Slazyk, and niece Hampton Slazyk, her pets, Larry the cat, and Hoover, many extended relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her father, Ken Slazyk.
Visitation will be held Monday, April 10, 2023 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM, when the services will begin at The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 2155 Compton Road, 45231. Once on the cemetery grounds, follow the BLUE line to the funeral home. Kathy will be laid to rest at Arlington Memorial Gardens.
Monday, April 10, 2023 at 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
The Arlington Memorial Garden Funeral Home
Monday, April 10, 2023 at 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
The Arlington Memorial Garden Funeral Home
“Sending Love and Prayers to the Family of Kathy.So Sorry for your Loss. Love Ken,Carol & Jessica Polacek”
“Dan We were so sorry to hear about Kathy Even though we are not there you are in our thoughts and prayers Grateful we got to see both of you last year We will have happy memories of our times with you Love Catherine and Fred”
“Kathy was smart, compassionate, friendly, witty, and ultimately a very strong and courageous person. We will certainly miss her on our trips to Cincinnati.”
“Dan and Kathy were gifts to each other and were a perfect match. We always enjoyed our visits with them as it was always fun and lively time. I grieve for my brother and both our families but I know there are plenty of happy memories to ease the pain just a bit.”
“Dan – Kathy is no longer with you, so we grieve with you. May you find a measure of solace in the amazing memories and legacy of love that she left behind.”
“I am so sorry to hear of Kathy’s passing. Kathy, Stacey Labahn and I were inseparable throughout high school and beyond- the tres amigas- and I cherish the many happy memories I have of hanging out at the Slazyk’s, sleepovers, and sitting under the willow trees in the cemetery, dreaming of our futures. Kathy was a deeply kind, caring person as a teenager and the loving testimonies here show how little that changed over the years. Rest in peace, dear Ka.”
“I am so very sorry to hear of Kathy’s illness and her passing. My very best to Dan.”
“I never met Kathy but Dan surprised us and called to meet her on the phone. Guess we didn’t have face time . So sad to hear of her passing. Another Might went to be with the group of loved ones. Be strong Dan I love you!”
“I remember meeting Kathy for the first time and how she made you feel like you’ve known her forever. She was so friendly and I’m grateful to have known her. Sending you all much love and prayers for strength and comfort.”
“Kathy was the epitome of positive energy and always had an infectious laugh when she told her stories. She brought so much love and happiness to Dan and will forever leave a void in our family. We love you, Kathy… you fought so hard and were so courageous and positive. Rest easy and hoping you and Deb shared a toast with wine on your entry into the heavenly realm”
“Kathy will be missed by our family. She was the sweetest lady. I will miss our conversations and all the laughs we shared. She was so good to my boys and would always ask about them… our condolences to Dan and her family. Rest peacefully sweet angel.”
“I remember Kathy by her humor, fun conversations, and unstoppably positive energy. She will be missed and we are lucky to have had her in our family.”
“I will so miss my lovely sister-in-law. She was funny, caring and tenacious. She brought so much happiness to bro Dan, and I am grateful to call her sister and part of the family over the years. She was always interested in how her nephews were and what they were doing. And she had such courage facing cancer. You will always be in my heart, Kathy. Miss you and love you.😢❤️💜”
“So very sorry to hear this. I went to High School with Kathy. We spent many hours together in Drama Club, slumber parties and working her parents annual Super Bowl parties. I was looking forward to seeing her at our 40 year reunion in September. Sending prayers to her family. In Sympathy, Kathleen Ringel Nelson”
“I am saddened to hear of the passing of Cathy. She always had a smile and a hug for me when we would see each other. My condolences to Dan and her family.”
“Kathy was very special to me and my sisters. She took care of them during there illness. I will miss you and always remember some good times at the pub. My heart goes out to Dan and your family. You will always be in our hearts. Peggy Vetter”
“When I first met her I thought she was an undercover cop😂😂😂 Then I really got to know her. She was an incredible woman. The earth lost one of the good ones!”
“I will miss sharing our September 1 birthdays, happy hours, and comraderie with Kathy. She was a great person and we were lucky to know her. She will live on in our memories. My condolences to Dan and her family.”
“I am saddened to hear of Kathy’s passing. My sincere condolences to her husband, Daniel, and family. Kathy was my oncology nurse and one of my angels here on earth, during a very difficult and challenging time. Kathy always had a smile on her face and always shared words of encouragement; both uplifting and filled with laughter. Thank you Kathy for being there for me. Rest in peace. Sincerely and with Heartfelt Sympathy, Raye Ann Cosby”