OBITUARY

Carolyn R. Tarpey

December 6, 1967March 27, 2021

Carolyn Rose Tarpey, longtime resident of Greenwich, CT, passed away on 3/27/2021. She was 53. Born in New Rochelle, NY, She was the daughter of Ellen and Jack Tarpey. She graduated Greenwich HS. She was employed in and around the town of Greenwich as a Nanny for over 30 years. She will be remembered for her kind, caring and generous personality and her deep devotion to her 14-year-old son Henry. She is survived by her Son, Henry Tarpey, Mother, Ellen Tarpey, Father, Jack Tarpey (Jill Tarpey, Stewart Oakes, Sara Trevino), Brother, Michael Tarpey (Rafael Reynoso), Sister, Kimberly Saetta (Frank Saetta, Nicholas Saetta, Alyssa Saetta) and many countless cousins. Friends are invited to calling hours on Monday, April 05, 2021, from 4 PM to 8 PM at Leo P. Gallagher & Son Funeral Home, 31 Arch St Greenwich, CT 06830. A private Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a memorial donation to Carolyn and Henry’s GO FUND ME.

Services

  • Calling Hours

    Monday, April 5, 2021

  • Service

    Tuesday, April 6, 2021

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Sonia Sandhu

April 5, 2021

My heart is so heavy. I met Carolyn at Eagle Hill. Henry and Rani are the same age and we shared many parenting joys and challenges. Eagle Hill families share an immediate bond since we are so vulnerable by the time we find the right school for our children. Carolyn, I was so lucky to know you. You had a beautiful smile and always seemed so calm. You gave love generously and you always offered to volunteer at the school. Your hugs were always so welcome and so needed. I felt reassured that I wasn’t alone trying to do the best for our children. You will be dearly missed.
Sonia

Mary Holtz

April 2, 2021

My sweet Carolyn, how we will all miss you so! These days I'm thinking of the early years when I was in awe your boundless energy. You could get more done in an hour than I can get done in a day. I used to stand in the Beeson's kitchen and wonder how to get what you had. You were the one to remember all the milestones. Who will tell me now how old each of my kids were when they walked or talked or potty trained and I don't remember? You remembered everything! I will always remember you with love my friend