Carol Barbara Brown

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Carol Barbara Brown, 59, passed away on Thursday, January 25, 2007. She was born in New Haven, May 1, 1947, a daughter of June Erich Brown and the late Edward J. Brown. Besides her mother, Carol is survived by her sister Leslie Loehmann and her husband, Jack of Woodbridge, her brothers Paul E. Brown and his wife, Patti of New Haven and John M. Brown and his wife, Emily of Cohasset, MA. She also leaves her nieces and nephews: Kristine and Michael Sullivan, John and Allison Loehmann, Kurt and Heather Loehmann, Christopher and Lisa Brown, Jennifer, Jeffrey, Sarah, Katherine, Mark, and Rebecca Brown, 10 great-nieces and nephews and many loving cousins. Carol greatly enjoyed her summers at the family cottage at Mansfield Grove in East Haven . Nothing was more important to her than spending time with family and friends. She also derived much pleasure from her years and time spent with the residents and staff of SARAH Tuxis. Arrangements are private and under the direction of BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden. Memorial contributions can be made to SARAH Tuxis, 45 Boston St., Guilford, CT 06437 .

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  2. Dear Aunt June and Family, I was so sorry to hear about the loss of Carol. She was such a loving person. She will always have a special place in my heart. She will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  3. Dear June and family, I am sorry to hear about Carol. I have fond memories of her at the cottage sittng next to me and laughing. My thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

  4. Dear June and family, I met Carol more than 45 years ago and I am, of course, saddened by the news. I have many fond memories of her. She always made me laugh. I have on my desk–and have had for many years– a foto of Carol and Ed from our visit to Florida many years ago. She is in my prayers. Billy Dow and Family

  5. Dear June and Family, My condolensces to you all at this sad time. My father, brothers and I all cherish our memories of our visits with Ed and Carol down in florida searching for sharks teeth on the beaches, feeding the jays directly from our hands, and laughing to the point of pain. Like her father, Carol brought many smiles to our faces. She will be missed deeply. Sincerely, Andy & Elizabeth Dow

  6. Dear June and family, We are so sorry for your loss. Carol was such a part of MGCA for everyone. We will think of her and that big smile she had for everyone and it will make us smile. Dottie & Mike Trufan and family.

  7. Dear June, Leslie, Paul, John and all Browns and Erichs- Since 1956, When I first met June, Ed, Bud and your families, I have been blessed with your kindness, caring and memories. Carol’s laugh, smile, hand holding and innocent demeanor were contagious and everlasting. June, you and Ed did a fantastic job with your kids and I know your model was helpful to us in bringing up our kids. May you find peace knowing that all of you were so caring and loving to Carol and all of us. Sincerely, Dick & Lorraine

  8. Dear Mrs. Brown and family I am truly sorry for your loss. Carol will always be a part of my memories of growing up at the Shore. Jean Ledbury

  9. Dear Mrs. Brown and family We are sorry to hear about Carol. We will always remember her greeting us at our car when we came down the Shore with the boys. She was a landmark at the Shore. Frank and Maureen McCarthy

  10. Dear Mrs. Brown and Family, We are very sorry for your loss. We enjoyed visiting with Carol very much over the years. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. The Lee Family

  11. In God’s hands we leave the ones we love. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Thelma Kelaher

  12. June, my heart is heavy for you and your family. Your family’s inclusion of Carol in your daily lives is a model for us all. We’ve missed her in recent years but have great memories of our antics with Carol and her wonderful interactions with us. All the indignities and JOYS. At times we laughed to tears. I will smile through the tears for years to come. GOD BLESS Larry ~ Celeste and Family

  13. Mrs. Brown and all the wonderful Brown family: It was with a great deal of sadness that I learned about Carol’s passing. She was special in every sense of the word. She made the practice floor or game night brighten up with her presence. I think that Carol was a teacher to many of us with her positive attitude. I think Coach Brown welcomed his daughter into heaven with a loving embrace and they are talking about old times on their own special cloud. While I know that this is a great time of sorrow for you please know that Carol deeply touched the lives of all that were privileged to know her. Stan Maclachlan

  14. Mrs. Brown, and the entire Brown family, I just wanted to personally say that I am sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you.

  15. Mrs. Brown, Leslie, Paul, John and families, It is with heavy heart that I send my sincere condolences. Carol was indeed a very special person to me in my early years at Erich Day Camp. The memories that you all provided are priceless; and many that I reflect on and repeat to my own children often. Please find comfort in knowing that my family and I share in your sorrow yet find joy in the memories. The Brown and Erich families can and should take pride in knowing that indeed hundreds of families are indepted to you, for all of the time, dedication and love that you taught and shared with us. Thaughts and memories of Carol will continue to inspire me and bring a smile to my face forever. Skip Birbarie and Family

  16. Sorry for your lost, I will never forgot the memory of Carol. May GOD be with you always yours Sincerely Pamela Clemons….

  17. To June, Leslie, Paul, John, and all of your special loving family, Our hearts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow. All of us at Mansfield Grove will always cherish our memories of Carol. The Towers Family

  18. Who will ever forget the joy she beamed as the campers and friends arrived at Kelsey’s Island!My experiences at Erich’s Day Camp shaped my life in many ways. Annemarie and I shared many happy hours on the island. Your caring love for Carol became a model for our loving and caring and accepting our Grandson, Stefan.

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