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Carol May Overton

June 11, 1950 - August 5, 2017

Carol Overton: June 11, 1950 - August 5, 2017

Posted by:
Linda Gellner

Posted on:
August 12, 2017

I'll always remember Carol's joyful laugh. May all your memories help you in this sad time. Linda Gellner and Larry Young

Posted by:
Linda Carew (Overton)

Posted on:
August 9, 2017

Garry and Charleen, Brent and Elizabeth, and family. I was deeply saddened when I read of Carol's passing. My Mom and Dad (Woodrow and Zeta) were good friends with Hector and Alberta. Please accept my sincere sympathies. Linda Carew (Overton)

Posted by:
Sandra and Michel Tremblay (Overton)

Posted on:
August 9, 2017

Brent, Garry, Jean, Wally and families. Our thoughts go out to you at this time. I was deeply saddened to hear the news this morning from my sister Linda. I do remember her as a very nice woman with a kind smile.

Posted by:
Betty Cochrane

Posted on:
August 9, 2017

Dear Brent and family, I worked with your mother for many years and I will always remember her friendly smile and cheerful outlook. Brent, your mother was very proud of you and your family. Many memories of happier days help you through this most difficult time. My deepest sympathy, Betty Cochrane

Posted by:
Carol Langton

Posted on:
August 8, 2017

Carol was a very special lady, she only had good to say about all. She had a kind way about her that I will cherish. We had the pleasure of having breakfast with her before Bill passed. It was very special time with her. Please accept my sincere sympathy. To all. Carol Langton

Posted by:
Carol Cousineau

Posted on:
August 7, 2017

Brent, Jean, Garry and Wally It was my privilege to have known Carol for so many years. We first met when I moved to Kelly Road in 1974, and from then on until I moved away. We would watch the Love Boat on television together every week. We would meet a few times a year at Tuckers for lunch. We started at 11:30 and it was not unusual for us to still be there at 2:30, chatting away and sharing pictures. She was one of the strongest most positive women I have ever met. She would tell me about her treatments and what the doctors had said but then she would say "there is nothing I can do about it" and we would move on to another topic. She remembered everything and since I was from Aylmer, and we knew a lot of the same people, she would keep me up to speed on the latest news. I was always amazed at how great a memory she had. She was really proud of Brent and his little family. I am happy that she got to know her granddaughter. She gave me a picture of her with Abigail and I will always treasure it. I am so glad that I was able to visit with her a couple of weeks ago. I wish I could have attended her funeral so that I could offer you my condolences personally, but I am in Newfoundland, a place she really liked. I am going to miss our times together. My sincere condolences to you all. Carol Cousineau Brent, Jean, Garry and Wally It was my privilege to have known Carol for so many years. We first met when I moved to Kelly Road in 1974 and from then on until I moved away we would watch the Love Boat every week. We would get together a few times a year at Tuckers for lunch. We started at 11:30 and it was not unusual for us to still be there at 2:30, chatting away and sharing pictures. She was one of the strongest most positive women I have ever met. She would tell me about her treatments and what the doctors had said but then she would say "there is nothing I can do about it" and we would move on to another topic. She remembered everything and since I was from Aylmer and we knew a lot of the same people, she would keep me up to speed on the latest news. I was always amazed at how great a memory she had. She was really proud of Brent and his little family. I am so happy that she got to know her granddaughter. She gave me a picture of her with Abigail and I will always treasure it. I am so glad that I was able to visit with her a couple of weeks ago. I wish I could have attended her funeral so that I could offer you my condolences personally, but I am in Newfoundland, a place she really liked. I am going to miss our times together. My sincere condolences to you all.

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