Dear Scott: Im so sorry for your loss. Your Mum and I were friends at Bell. We kept in touch after I retired in fact we retired the same day. We moved back to New Brunswick but had lost touch the last couple of years. We had a lot of nice times together outside of Bell even a trip to Fort Lauderdale when you were just a little
guy. I am so sorry she had yet another battle with cancer. I went through my cancer around the same time as her first battle. I have been lucky.
She was a good friend. Even though we have had no recent contact. I shall miss her.
With sympathy to you and your family as well as Bruce and family.
I knew Carol as a child and kept in touch for many years but in the 60's we somehow lost touch. We moved to BC and are still here but my daughter in Toronto let us know about Carols' passing. We had a lot of fun years as children on Warland Avenue and Carol was my bridesmaid. Please accept my condolances Scot and Bruce and families.
November 24, 2012.
Carol was a wonderful sister-in-law & a treasured member of our family. She will forever hold a special place in my heart.
Carol readily and unreservedly welcomed us as her new next-door neighbour when we bought our cottage in Scarlet Park 9 years ago. She has been a treasured friend ever since - loyal, generous and caring. We will sorely miss her. Even though she was a summer-time neighbour, we stayed connected over the winter months. Alas, it is the winter weather that is now preventing us from saying a proper good-bye to our dear friend today. So sorry that we can't make it to her service. We are thinking of all of you: Scott, Susan and children; Bruce, Sally and family. Extending our sincerest condolences.
Rest in peace Carol. Know that you were always a role model, a hard worker and a delight to be around. Bell Canada was the better for your presence. Your family will miss you terribly but will always have good memories to hold in their hearts.
Mrs Corman , Thanks for all the love and laughs you taught and shared with me . Je me soviens . To my brother Scott , and everyone one else , I am sorry for your loss . "Shoulders back and put a smile on your face..." Carol Corman ; words to live by. Love and codolences.
I knew Carol from Bell Canada she also lived the next street over from me and later at 1210 Don Mills Road. Carol was a beautiful person inside and out and will be missed. R.I.P. Carol Anne
Carol will always be remembers as one of the great Bell ladies whose inspiration and mentorship help so many of us. She was always available to share her knowledge and was a great friend to everyone who had the opportunity to meet her. Carol, we will all miss you!
A loving Aunt who was always there for us. I will miss hearing her voice, seeing her warm smile and feeling comforted by her caring ways. We were blessed to have her in our lives and she will always be in our hearts.
A wonderful sister who will be missed this Christmas, but will never be forgotten. Rest in peace Carol.
We will always remember our fun days at Scarlet Park. Carol was "Scarlet Park mother" to my 2 kids, Valerie and Jeff for many years and they have lots of fond memories of the fun with Scott and Carol. Lorraine Brown (Cook)
I will miss our Carol at the dinner get togethers. I have fun memories of her sharp wit and ability to tell a great story.
Carol was a very special lady and I was very honored to be her friend. I have wonderful memories of working with Carol for many years at Bell Canada. She taught me a lot.
I will miss her. Joanne Colangelo
Carol was a wonderful person and will be truly missed. She was always there with a word of advice or encouragement when you needed it. Words fall short of expressing my sorrow for your loss.
The world is deprived of another really good person. Bless you, Carol.