In Memory

Carolyn Skarin (Steed) - Class Of 1964

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To: cecilb6338 <>; sklestinec <>; sucott <>
Sent: Sat, Jul 28, 2018 9:23 am
Subject: Carolyn

Sorry to be the bearer of sad news...Carolyn Skarin Steed passed away last night, having never regained consciousness after a heart attack last week.  It was very quiet, and her family were all there, supporting and loving her.  Don't know any of the funeral arrangements yet...
Best to you all - remember, every day is a GIFT!

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07/29/18 12:08 PM #1    

Penelope Brown (Conlan) (1964)

Condolences to your family.  What a blessing that she did not suffer.  I have fond memories of Carolyn, including how she brought a smile to everyone's face.  She will be missed but that smile is now lighting up heaven.  Prayerfully holding your family in my thoughts as you celebrate her life. 

07/29/18 01:19 PM #2    

Nancy Carr (Sharp) (1964)

I am so sorry to learn of Carolyn’s passing.  I have fond memories of her and our friendship during high school.  She was a lovely person.  My condolences go out  to her family.

07/29/18 02:58 PM #3    

Roger Buckwalter (1964)

So very sorry to hear that about a wonderful classmate.  Rest in peace.  Roger Buckwalter

07/29/18 03:12 PM #4    

Susan Gerzanics (Dobson) (1964)

I too remember Carolyn fondly.  She was always smiling, all the time!  It is hard to lose a parner, a parent, a grandmother. She is where she is supposed to be.  My love and support goes out to the family.  May God bless you all.

07/30/18 02:00 PM #5    

Michael Gumula (1964)

Don't think I ever saw her without a smile on her face when we were back at RBHS. The world was better with people like her in it ! Mike Gumula

07/30/18 03:27 PM #6    

Patricia Colby (Kleiser) (1964)

My dear friend Carolyn has joined the angels

and sits with God in heaven. 

I am deeply saddened by her passing.

She will be missed by our group of longtime friends, 

“our chosen sisters “. 😥









08/03/18 11:08 PM #7    

Pamela Sykes (Ackerman) (1964)

Carolyn was one of the most precious people I have known.

My prayers are with her loved ones.


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