OBITUARY

Carol Ann Caron

May 23, 1952February 24, 2021

Carol Ann Caron was born on May 23, 1952 and passed away on February 24, 2021 in Orlando, Florida and is under the care of Grissom Funeral Home and Crematory.

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Daniel Nagorsen

March 6, 2021

When Carol entered a room her smile was as big as the world, she loved everyone and was just as sweet as her smile. Her kindness was admired by everyone she met. We were all so blessed to be part of her life. The day she passed we were sitting by the pool and a butterfly was floating by and she said that was a sign from
Gary. She said a few days before that her and Nancy saw a rainbow and that was a sign from Rick watching over her. It was a honor to be with her and her family the last couple days of her life. She is now in Heaven with all the lucky ones that shared her life here on earth and passed before her. Rest In Peace you will always be in our Hearts.

jackie (Latour) nittler

March 5, 2021

Carol was a very special person. She was my cousin and even though we had not spoken in a long time, we recently had connected on face book. I have a lot of fond memories of her. I miss her.

Kelly Como

March 4, 2021

Carol was my volunteer, my assistant director but most of all one of my best friends. Her smile was infectious and she was never without it. If you needed hope, encouragement or love you could always find it in Carol's heart. She was one of a kind, an angel on earth and now in heaven. I am forever grateful to have had the pleasure to spend time with her. My condolences to her family and friends for you meant the world to her.

Michele Thibeault

March 4, 2021

We go all the way back to the beginning. I remember Mrs Wismer dressing the girls alike. It's playing together with other close friends, telling secrets, trying smoking in the field behind us (oh Lord), playing curb ball and waiting for the ice cream truck and to see which neighbor was going to buy. Carol had a smile that was contagious along with her laugh. She had a way of making a somewhat serious expression followed by the giggles. Spent many days over her house in Clinton Township. Our lives at times were very similar (we experienced many of the same highs and lows), and somehow through the grace of God and friendship we made it. Carol was a one of a kind gold star friend and I will miss her dearly. To the Wismer, Nagorsen and Caron families Iam deeply sorry for your loss. Michele

Brenda Bivens

March 4, 2021

I will miss her so very much she was my best friend and neighbor. .We had so many laughs to many to write down..Love to all her family,

Marlene Yago

March 3, 2021

Mom loved almost every one she met. She was such a little force of love and fun. We will never forget her laugh and how contagious it was. I remember several wonderful times at the cabin trying to fall asleep but not being able to because she would start giggling and it would start us all laughing again.