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May 12, 1936 ~ September 12, 2023 (age 87) 87 Years Old
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Born in 1936 in the month of May. Her Father, Fred (Pappa), Mother, Madeline (Nana), and a little black dog named Bonnie. She was married to Doug Jr, who has passed 30 years ago. Carole was born and raised in New York City and Long Island. She met her Husband on the island and they were wed there. They both grew up on Joans Beach swimming and fishing as well as the Long Island Sound on the north shore for fishing adventures. Carole is survived by Sons, Daughter in laws, and grandchildren. Her oldest son, Dougie and his wife Joann and their son Shane. Her second son, Scott, his youngest son Tyler and his oldest son, Scott Jr and his wife Colleen and their son Colin. Then there’s me, the third son, Stu or Stuey to most, my son Rooster, and his wife Alexa.
Carole earned college degrees from Hofstra, Keen and a masters from Fairleigh Dickinson. She entered the work force later in life as a banker for Chase Manhattan. Carole retired to Connecticut to be back with her parents, as well her, Aunt Gertrude, and Uncle George, who have all preceded her.
Carole loved to travel, especially on cruise ships… I’m not sure how many countries she has been to, probably close to 30. She always spoke of her adventures. Her best boating mate was Aunt Karen, and Carole raved about their trips together. I’m not sure I know Karen, but I hope I get to meet her. Dougie and Joann were other favorite ship mates for Carole. They all enjoyed the travel together, they had great times. Doug and Joann have a son named Shane. Carole absolutely adored him. Shane spent lots of time with his grandma and was spoiled to the highest degree a grandmother could. They both loved it I think.
Carole loved to spend time with her second son, Scott and his wife and children, She was so proud to be able to spend time to watch them grow and develop in to a fine family. She spoke often to me of their family adventures always with a proud smile on her face.
Carole’s very best friends she saw several mornings every week, Carole would head down to the deli to have a coffee and an egg sandwich with her coffee clutch pals. Tom and Louise, Rick, Caroline, Joanne, and Marilyn. I had the privilege to join them on several occasions on my visits. What great love they all had for each other. Carole’s next door neighbor, Karen, of 15 years is a real star. Karen and Carole were great friends and always looked out for each other. Karen made a beautiful blanket for Carole in her last month which will be cherished by the family. Lastly, Carole always spoke of maybe her best friend of 22 years, Carol Lee. They will miss each other. Carole's wit and joy lasted until the end. On a recent hospital visit she was still full of life and her sense of humor was as beautiful as ever.
As for me, Carole and I always spoke of my son Drew and his wife Alexa. I can go on for days about those two on how great they are....Carole loved to hear it. I will miss my August trips to see her. I will miss betting on the ponies at Saratoga races and the sound of her voice cheering them on. Cheering for the Yankees, sharing a bottle of wine and talking golf are some of the very best memories I have. Carole lived a full life. She was a great mother to her family and a true friend to many. She will be missed and her legacy will continue through her family and all who loved her. God Bless you Carole!