Carol L. Unger
April 2, 1934 – February 4, 2019
Carol L. Unger, 85
Carol passed away peacefully surrounded by her loved ones on February 4th. She was born on April 2, 1934 to Walter Anderson and Mabel Peterson Anderson in Quincy, MA. She was raised in Quincy until the 9th grade when the family moved to Hyannis, MA. She graduated from Barnstable High School in 1953 and went on to Westbrook Junior College in Portland, ME. She worked as a medical secretary until she met and married Robert C. Crowell. They raised three children in Lexington, MA and each year summered on Long Pond in Brewster. After their divorce Carol moved back to Brewster and after several years married Robert W. Unger. He passed away after only 7 years of marriage. Carol studied Spirituality and Healing Arts and became a Reiki Master Teacher. She loved to travel and visited Tibet, Nepal, India, Egypt, Israel, Europe, Hawaii, Bermuda, and the American Southwest. She was a watercolor artist, avid gardener, and loved to walk the beach. Carol's generous and open heart and spirit will be dearly missed. She leaves behind her son Robert W Crowell and wife Susan of Plymouth, MA, daughter Nancy L Crowell of Brewster, MA, son David A Crowell and wife Dana of Chichester, NH, stepson Robert W Unger and wife Laurie of Brewster, MA and grandchildren Cameron Crowell and wife Karen, Ian Crowell, Sarah Crowell, Dyllan Lagueux, Angela Mullaney and husband Sean, Jonathan Unger, Jamie Unger, and 2 great grandchildren Ryleigh Rae and McKenna Rose. A Memorial Service will be held at the Congregational Church in Yarmouthport on Saturday, February 23rd at 11am. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to: Friends of the Orleans Council on Aging PO Box 404, Orleans, MA 02653 Or Native American Rights Fund 1506 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80302 www.narf.org. For online condolences, please visit www.nickersonfunerals.com.
Carol L. Unger
February 20, 2019
I truly feel blessed to have known Carol. I met with her every week in recent years for her organ lesson, which she looked forward to and thoroughly enjoyed. Her happiness playing the organ always made me feel happy! She was a remarkably upbeat person, with a very positive personality, and had a unique gift of making one feel special and loved when in her presence. I thank God for having known this saintly person, and want to extend to her children and extended family my heartfelt condolences. May she now experience the fullness of eternal life in heaven! (Carol, I miss and will continue to miss you!)
February 19, 2019
Carol was one of the very first people I met on my spiritual journey back in 1987! We studied together with Megan Grey Wolf and learned how to make the Native American medicine Shields. Over the years our paths would cross at Reiki share groups and other various spiritual gatherings.
Carol had a heart of gold and was so devoted to growing spiritually. I know she touched many people in the spiritual community here on Cape Cod.
No doubt she is now home and has once again become pure love & light. May God/Goddess and the angels bless her.
To Nancy and the rest of Carol's family, I am so sorry for your loss. How blessed you all were to have had this beautiful spirit in your lives.
February 17, 2019
Nancy, may your mother now soar with Electra and sing with Angels!
She was such an inspiration! I thank her for the time spent together.
Comforting love to you and your family,
Chris & Cheryl Pantos
February 16, 2019
We have known Carol since we built our house here in Brewster 35 years ago. She was a kind and caring person, and we are sure that she will be missed by all those she touched in her life. Cheryl & I enjoyed talking with her in the summer at the pond beach, and all seasons, as she often passed our house during her walks around the neighborhood. She was an avid gardener, and when I had no room here for some bearded iris (that my mother gave me from her NJ garden) she gave them a home in her garden. Those mauve iris are still there, even though my mother and Carol are now both gone.
Diana and Joe Carty
February 16, 2019
Joe and I are so sorry for the loss of your mom. She was a wonderful neighbor for almost 20 years, and we are going to miss seeing her puttering in the yard, walking up to the mailbox and stepping through the bushes between our houses just to say hello. We know how much she loved living on Long Pond and how many great memories she had of all of the kids growing up here in the summers. We heard many, many happy stories. Our warmest thoughts are with you at this time, and please do not hesitate to let us know how we can help with the house or anything else.