Carolyn M FRIES
May 2, 1948 – May 30, 2018
Carolyn “Carol” M. Fries of Beachwood, NJ passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her loving family on May 30th, 2018 at the age of 70.
Carol is survived by her spouse of 49 years, John J. Fries of Beachwood, NJ, her children Amy Weston and her husband Ken, and Lori Wainwright and her husband Darrin. She is also survived by her grandchildren Hillary Cicero and her husband Dan, Kassandra “Kassie” Wainwright, Daria “Dolly” Wainwright, Owen and Connor Weston, her great grandchildren Alaina and Kailey Cicero, her sisters Syrilla Lucas, Margie Smith, and brother William Kennedy. Carol is survived by many beloved nieces and nephews, and many beloved friends. Carol is predeceased by her parents Thomas and Anne Kennedy.
Carol was born on May 2nd, 1948 in Trenton, NJ. Carol was a dedicated employee of the Borough of Beachwood, where she retired after 28 years of loyal service. She was formerly employed by Foodtown Supermarket, Emily’s Florist, Dover Sewage Authority and Baldanza’s Bakery. Carol was an active member of her church, The Presbyterian Church of Toms River, volunteering her time working in the nursery and with the church’s youth groups.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Beachwood Volunteer First Aid Squad, whose dedication and service to both Carol and all those in need is greatly appreciated. Carol was loved by all who knew her and will be greatly missed.
- Visitation Monday, June 4, 2018
- Committal Service Monday, June 4, 2018
Carolyn M FRIES
Melissa and Lou Prosperi
June 4, 2018
Everyone should have been so lucky to know grams. She taught me how to tie a ribbon, use scissors the right way to cut anything , to mix cake batter just right for cupcakes and most importantly she taught me how to love. She loved everyone so much. She cared so much for those around her and loved everyone so much. Her presence is missed now in many lives but she gets to be with God. That is a good place to be that is for sure. Thank you Grams for everything and I love you very much always.
May 31, 2018
Carol is my brothers wife of 49 yrs. I could not have chosen a better person for Johnny then the one he chose. She is the most kind, caring person ever. She is a perfect example of a mother and wife. I will miss her terribly. Sympathy to my brother, Johnny, and their girls, Amy and Lori. She was able to meet her grandchildren before passing. All this brought Carol to fruition. Prayers for all her family at this time. I'm so happy to have had her in my life.
TerriJane Walsh (Bauer)
May 31, 2018
I remember when I was about 8 or 9 years old Aunt Carol used to spend time with me. She would fix my hair up real pretty, and put just a touch of makeup on my face. She made me feel special and beautiful. She was such a kind soul, and I for one, will always have nothing but the fondest memories of her. She will be missed greatly. Lots of love to Uncle Johnny, Amy, and Lori. Praying for God to give you comfort during this time. TerriJane Walsh