Jayne's Funeral Home

Highway No 1, Weymouth, NS


Carolyn Frayne

November 5, 1955December 5, 2019

Frayne, Carolyn Eleanor, 64, passed away in Yarmouth Regional Hospital on December 5, 2019.

Carolyn attended Saint Mary’s University, she also attended the Weymouth Church of Christ. Carolyn absolutely loved her dog Susie. She enjoyed swimming, fishing and had a special love for flowers. Carolyn was a very friendly and loving person who always put others before herself.

Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her sister Jeannette Morris. Carolyn will be greatly missed by her husband, Paul and son Jason.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, December 12 at 1pm with funeral service at 2pm all from Weymouth Church of Christ, Darrell Haines presiding. Donations in her memory can be in the form of flowers for her service or to the Weymouth Church of Christ.

A special thank you to Dr. Fargoso for her care and compassion, also thank you to Dr. Topp, Dr. Raison and all of the doctors and nurses who cared for Carolyn. Please share a memory or leave a condolence at jaynesweymoth.com


  • Visitation Thursday, December 12, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, December 12, 2019


Carolyn Frayne

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Louise and Roger and Boys Mullen

December 12, 2019

Dear Paul
We are sending sympathy and prayers to you and yours from all of us Mullens at Bayside.

Doug and Rachel Lawson

December 12, 2019

Dear Paul and Family,

We were so sorry to here of Carolyn's passing.

She had attended some of our ladies' luncheon get togethers with all of the Gang and we enjoyed every moment we were together.

She was a lovely person and will be surely missed.


Doug and Rachel Lawson

Brian Stevens

December 11, 2019

Jason and Paul
Sorry to hear of your loss, my thoughts are with you.

Jeanine Keating

December 10, 2019

I went to school with Carolyn and her sister Jeanette in grade 10.
I remember both of them as nice girls. May Carolyn rest in peace.

Carolyn Otley

December 10, 2019

Enjoyed fun breakfasts together, and having a chat when we met on Fort Point Rd.

My deepest sympathy to Paul and family,
Carolyn Otley