She will be remembered for her unwavering love for her family, her passion for golf and her infectious zest for life.
Born on Sept. 11, 1935, Carole’s journey began, bringing joy and warmth into the lives she touched. With a heart full of love, she embraced her role as a grandmother, leaving behind a legacy of cherished memories. Her three children, along with her five adoring grandchildren, were the pride and joy of her life.
For 65 years, she was beloved by her high school sweetheart, Les Hopkins. They traveled the world together, visiting every continent and dozens of countries.
As a mother, Carole’s love was encompassing, providing unwavering support and guidance that enabled her children to flourish into the remarkable individuals they are today. Her grandchildren adored their “Grammie,” finding comfort and joy in her nurturing presence and playful spirit.
Carole’s unconditional love and unwavering support served as a guiding light, fostering a sense of belonging and security in each of their hearts.
Her friends were equally blessed to have her in their lives. She was the epitome of a true friend, always there to lend an ear, share a kind word or offer a helping hand.
Her ability to listen without judgment and her genuine interest in others created deep and lasting bonds. Carole’s friendships were built on trust, love and shared laughter, truly reflecting the remarkable person she was.
The profound impact of Carole’s absence will be felt within her close-knit circle and beyond. But her loved ones can take solace in the memories and lessons Carole leaves behind.