The online guestbook for Carol Goldstein

Posted on June 16, 2017
Posted by: Gigi Riley
From: Southbury Ct

Message: So sorry to hear of Carol's passing.

Posted on February 05, 2015
Posted by: Lenore and Stuart
From: Hampton CT

Message: Carol knew I was a crazy cat lady. So—what did she do? She created and bought me all kinds of cat stuff to indulge my addiction. Cups, saucers, plates, and dishes she added to my collection of live, material, as well as virtual kitties—this included food that looks like cats for people! These were her gifts to me. I never believed they would stop coming. Every holiday (whether I knew existed or not) I would get a beautiful e-card along with a snail mail greeting. Carol was very efficient at getting these greetings out not just on time but way, way before time. Unfortunately, this too will stop. Carol loved books and movies and would email me recommendations of her favorites, I never dreamed these would stop coming. Carol promised us one of her yummy bundt cakes for the next party. We will not taste this either. One our fondest memory is our delightful weekend in Vermont. Thank you again Carol for inviting us. I will cherish all the photos we both took. Carol was much too young to leave us and had so much to give especially to her adored grandkids. I will miss her amazing patience with children and remember to try to emulate her patience when people get to me. Shalom Carol. Rest in peace. We will miss you.

Posted on February 03, 2015
Posted by: Gerry Gillung
From: Ellington CT

Message: Carol was my colleague and good friend for many years. She was a kind,thoughtful person with a gentle spirit. I am sure she never said or did anything to hurt anyone. She was generous to a fault, always making things to give as small gifts to people who were important in her life. She did this just to let them know that they were important to her. Carol and I worked together in the W. Hartford schools and we quickly became friends. The children all loved her, as did everyone After I retired we met frequently to continue our friendship. I will never forget our outings to the Wadsworth Atheneum, especially to see the Festival of Trees. We enjoyed many gatherings of friends and colleagues that we met at Wolcott school and others with our colleagues in the ESOL dept. Carol was my good friend and a special person. I will miss her but I will always have fond memories of her and our good times together.

Posted on February 03, 2015
Posted by: Fillis Stobet
From: Newington CT

Message: Carol and I were friends during our Junior Year abroad, and had recently renewed our friendship and got together sometimes for Sunday morning breakfasts. That renewed friendship meant a lot to me, Carol was so warm, you couldn't help but feel close to her. She had just e-mailed me a suggestion for a new breakfast venue, and I was so looking forward to our get together. I will miss her very much. She was so caring and generous, and so tremendously proud of her family. May her memory be a blessing. Fillis Stober

Posted on February 04, 2015
Posted by: Linda L Beyer
From: Ellington CT

Message: It was such a shock to hear of Carol's passing just today. I want to give my love and condolences to Carol's family. Carol and I worked together closely at Wolcott School for several years. I have been the Early Intervention Reading Teacher at Wolcott for 21 years. I have worked with many teachers, and I can emphatically say that Carol was one of the BEST teachers ever! Carol impacted so many children and so many adults at our school. Just recently Carol and I conversed through notes, email and voicemail to begin sharing our pictures of our grandchildren. Carol had sent me a remembrance of another teacher friend who passed away a few years ago-Tom Kane. Carol's warmth and love will never die in the hearts of anyone who she has come in contact with. I don't understand why she was taken so suddenly when she always had so much to give to others. I just have to have faith to believe that God's timing is all knowing. He must have needed another beautiful angel to reside in those mansions above. Love you and miss you-my dear friend Carol! Linda Beyer

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