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The family of Carol A. Southmayd uploaded a photo
Friday, February 2, 2018
Joan O'Loughlin posted a condolence
Thursday, September 21, 2017Carol and I worked together many years ago and met over the years at Stop and Shop and other events we shared interest in. Carol was full of life and a gift to many. I had seen her at the hospital and the nursing home. Even though weak she lighted up when talking about old friends and old times. God bless you Carol. Rest In Peace.
Kimberly Smith posted a condolence
Thursday, September 21, 2017Carol was one of the sweetest individuals I have ever had the pleasure to know. Her outlook, disposition and attitude towards life was inspirational. One could never be grouchy around Carol, she was truly a ray of sunshine. I worked indirectly with her and she sent me a card one time addressed to "the big boss"! I still smile when I think of it.
Julie Scolastico posted a condolence
Thursday, September 21, 2017I am so sorry to learn of Carol's death. She was a sweet, sweet lady who loved Dunkin Donuts. She had so much energy and always a smile on her face. I will miss her around Brook Haven. Julie
Annette Mccall posted a condolence
Wednesday, September 20, 2017To the friends and family of Carol: What a beautiful and gentle person! She was the star of the Manchester CropWalk that benefited MACC and Church World Service for many years. Last year, at the age of eighty, Carol walked farther and faster than many of us and was one of the top individual donation collectors. She received an award for her dedication and enthusiasm. It was wonderful to see her so happy and so proud. She will be missed by all.