Carol Yon Morel
May 4, 1952 – January 9, 2021
Carol Yon Morel was born to parents, William and Charmaine Yon, on May 4, 1952. She entered into eternal rest on January 9, 2021. Carol was a beautiful lady with a precious, loving spirit. She spent her life bringing joy to those around her and making their lives a better place. Carol had a servant’s heart and spent time volunteering for CASA (court appointed special advocate) for children in need. She went several times before the court to help children who desperately needed someone to be their voice and Carol stood for them and worked to make their lives safer. She showed them love, compassion and understanding when no one else would. Carol was always so open, welcoming and accepting. She made it easy and comfortable for anyone to be able to share their burdens, sorrows and their joy with her. Carol also had a tremendous passion for animals. She followed that passion and opened “A P.E.T.S Palace” in Gun Barrel City, her own personal doggy daycare. She absolutely loved it and she treated every single one as her own. Carol married her best friend, Roger, in May of 1991 and together they blended their beautiful family and became one. The love they had for one another can be seen in the love all of their children have for each other. Her greatest treasure in this life was the family she built. She loved nothing more than putting together an enormous feast for them, no matter how many were going to be there, she would always cook like she was going to feed an army and then some. Carol was a loving wife, dedicated sister and Aunt, a devoted mother and absolutely adoring grandmother. She always made sure her family came first and they never questioned her love for them. She was an amazing woman who gave so much love to every life she touched and she was well loved in return. She will be dearly missed by each and every one. Carol was preceded in death by her father, William F. Yon. She is survived by her beloved husband, Roger Morel; mother, Charmaine Yon; sons, Nicholas Ezerosky and wife Melissa, Nathan Ezerosky, Adam Morel and wife Kimberly Owens, Eric Morel and wife Kandena; seven grandchildren; sisters Cheryl Bakin and husband Tom, Cathy Benfer and husband Rick, and Claudia Rawls and husband Mark.
- William F. Yon, Father (deceased)
- Roger Morel, Husband
- Charmaine Yon, Mother
- Nicholas Ezerosky and Melissa, Son and Wife
- Nathan Ezerosky, Son
- Adam Morel and Kimberly Owens, Son and Wife
- Eric Morel and Kandena (Kandena), Son and Wife
- Cheryl Bakin and Tom, Sister and Husband
- Cathy Benfer and Rick, Sister and Husband
- Claudia Rawls and Mark, Sister and Husband
- Carol also leaves seven grandchildren.
Friday, January 15, 2021
Carol Yon Morel
January 17, 2021
Carol and I had a great history. We dated in high school. But thoughts of the day, were different at best. We kept touch over the years. I saw her last when her father passed away. But to this day, any memory of Carol, brought a warm smile back. You will be missed and always loved.
God Bless you Darlin.
January 14, 2021
This is sad news about a relative whom I knew well as a child, but hardly at all as an adult. Her mother, Charmaine, always spoke highly of her enterprises: doggy day care and her love of family.
My husband Lynn and I send our sincere condolences. We are currently quarantined in New Jersey. The state of affairs makes us realize that we need to spend that extra effort to keep in touch.
Missed opportunities may not come again. I am sad to recognize this as one of them.
Susan and Lynn Reese
January 13, 2021
Dear Roger, Nicholas & Melissa, Nathan and Grandkids,
Carol was truly a special person and a unique sister.
She will be missed each day...but never forgotten!
I will always remember her love for all of you, especially the Grandkids. You all were her pride and joy!
Yes, she did cook enough to feed an army any time there was a gathering. She learned that from our Grandmother and our Mom. There was always enough for one more person to eat at those tables.
These are the good memories...the fun memories that I want you to hold on to. Even though she is not with us on earth, she will always walk beside you and guide you in everything you all do.
I was proud to be her sister. With love always,