Carol-Stefanich Coty-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Duggan Dolan Mortuary - Butte

Carol Ann Stefanich Coty

Jun 1, 1938 - Nov 21, 2020 (Age 82)

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Judy,Don and family Our Thoughts and Prayers are with You. May Carole rest in peace.

Judy, Don and family, Our Thoughts and Prayers are with You. Carol was a Beautiful person inside and out. May she rest in peace.

Sending my Sympathy ,Love, and Prayers to Judy,Don,Patty,Dana, and family. I have many loving memories of Carol to cherish.May She Rest in Peace. Love Valeria

Obituary

Carol's Obituary

Carol Ann Stefanich Coty passed away on November 21, 2020 at St. James Healthcare following a courageous battle with a series of illnesses. Carol was born in Butte Montana on June 1, 1938 to Martin and Jule Stefanich. She attended Harrison Grade School and graduated from Butte High School in 1956, where she was a member of the National Honor Society and a delegate to Montana’s Girls State.

After graduation, Carol worked as a legal secretary for Butte attorney George P. Sarsfield. Carol married Burt Coty in 1960, and his job took them to many different locations including Spokane, Seattle, and Southern California. During this time Carol continued to work in the legal field. They later divorced, and Carol returned to Butte where she continued her career until she retired to take care of her parents.

After their passing she then moved to Columbus Plaza and enjoyed her retirement years there.

She is survived by her sister and brother-in-law Judy and Don Hawkinson of Butte; nieces Patti Hawkinson Boltz of Denver, CO and Dana Bunney of Butte; great-nieces and great-nephews Brandon (Kayla) Boltz and great-great-niece Drew Elizabeth Boltz of Great Falls; Kelcie Boltz (Ben) of Denver, CO; Kendyl Boltz (Cole) of Billings; Zachary Bunney (Kayla) of Layton, UT. Also surviving are aunt and uncle Esther and Bob Spear of Butte and many cousins in Anaconda, Washington, and California.

Cremation has taken place and the funeral mass will be Saturday November 28, 2020 at 10 am at St. Ann's Catholic Church. Burial of ashes will take place at Holy Cross Cemetery following the conclusion of mass. Due to COVID-19 we ask that everyone observe mask and social distancing protocol. Family requests that any memorials

for Carol be made to Our Lady of the Rockies or a charity of the donor' s choice.

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