“This is so hard....I met Carole in 1975..I went to work at the slipper factory that she worked at. After two weeks she said "are you a deaf mute?" That was the beginning of a great friendship. She was so out going and I was painfully shy. I will miss her humor, our laughs and serous talks. We would drift off from time to time, but we would always come back. I will miss our trips to Old Orchard, we all know how much she loved the ocean. Life is hard, and we never know when God is...
“Hi sorry for your loss, carol was an exceptional person, I remember the good old days when we use to go dancing, we had so much fun. RIP Carole, God Bless, I will see you again someday
“You will always live in our hearts and prayers.
“Sean and Brian so sorry for the loss off your Mom. My friend even though we drifted apart at times we always got back together, this time it will be in heaven. I will always remember all the good and bad times we had together. May you rest in peace. Deanna and Barry
“You will be sadly missed by family and friends.I have many nice memories of us together at all the dances we went to in our years way back in high school.We both loved music and dancing and also the ocean.Rip my dear friend until we meet again.Love and miss you, Carole!
“Sean and family I"m so sorry to hear about Carole. You are in my prayers, God Bless. I work with Carole for years, we both had RA. Carole say Hi to my sister Jean for me.
“We all miss you already Aunt Carole. You didn't deserve any of the pain you went through but you don't have to go through it anymore. You're forever in my heart.
“Love you aunt Carole! Will miss you very much.
BANGOR - Carole J. (Stevenson) Wasson, 65, passed away peacefully on June 20, 2014, at the home of her sister, Judy and husband Jim Blanchard, of Hudson. She was born September 17, 1948, in Bangor, the daughter of Elgin Elroy and Velma Pearl (Pomeroy) Stevenson. Carole graduated from Hermon High...Read More