Carolee Kay Eisenman

  • "I am so sorry to hear of Carolee's passing! She was my maid..."
    - Lisa Johnson
  • "It was such a pleasure to have known Carolee and share our..."
    - Annette Davies-Dentel
  • "My condolences to her friends and family. Carolee and I..."
    - Scott Freutel
  • "Dear Aunt Joy and cousin Gary, Carolee was a lovely,..."
    - Norma Eisenman
  • "Aunt Joy and Gary, My deepest sympathy on your loss. You..."

Carolee Kay Eisenman
Mar.18, 1953 - Mar. 22, 2013

Carolee was born in
Everett to Gil and Joy Eisenman.
She leaves her mother, Joy; brother, Gary; aunts, Jean, Janet, Carol, Alice, Leona; and lots of cousins, nieces and nephews. She is also survived by
her daughters, Naomi Morningstar and Tisha Rae.
Carolee's death was
preceded by her father,
Gilbert and sister, Marilyn.
Carolee graduated from Lake Stevens High (the pink palace) in 1971. Carolee went to work at "The Weinerschitzel" where she met Rita, they became very good friends and remained that way for 40 plus years. Carolee was an artist, she started painting in her early teens. Carolee would
crochet by the hour, self taught, she made afghans, bags and hats. Carolee would make great chocolate chip cookies and zucchini bread. Carolee became
disabled at the age of 23, medications that she had to take, had side effects of
tremors, involuntary muscle contractions and difficulty swallowing. Carolee told me that it was willpower that kept her going, this last year was not a good year for Carolee as she was in and out of hospitals and nursing homes. She is in heaven now.
We will all miss Carolee deeply.
There will not be a service at this time.

Published in The Herald (Everett) from Mar. 29 to Mar. 31, 2013