Carol-Maranda-Obituary

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Carol Ann Maranda

Norwich, Connecticut

Sep 15, 1942 – Oct 1, 2018 (Age 76)

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Born
Tuesday, September 15th 1942
Died
Monday, October 1st 2018
Birth Place
Norwich, Connecticut

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Church & Allen Funeral Service Obituary

Carol Ann Maranda 76 of Groton, formerly of Norwich passed away Monday October 1, 2018 in New London at Lawrence and Memorial Hospital while surrounded by her loving family and friends.Carol was born September 15, 1942 in Norwich; she was the daughter of the late Manuel Dale and Gloria Ruley...

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I am so sorry for your loss. May the Maranda family draw comfort from the words found at Psalms 145:18
Maria your friends.

worked with Carol when she volunteered at UCFS and when she volunteered at Eastern Chamber of Commerce. She had a wonderful personality and was always there to help others. I will miss her smile and willingness to do anything she could for others
Pat Hofmann, Norwich

I was so saddened to hear of Carol's passing and extend my sincere sympathy to her family. Carol was such a kind and caring person... may she rest in peace.

Carol is fondly remembered for her dedication towards making a difference in the community. She worked quietly and effectively helping others.
Lottie B. Scott

Gwen and Family,

I was so sorry to read about Carol's passing. She was my supervisor at DCYF in Norwich and a good friend. She was such a wonderful and caring person. I am so sorry for your loss and you will be in my thoughts and prayers.

I extend condolences to Carol's family....Kmet her during my service on the city's Board of Assesssment Appelas when she served as secretary...she was an outstanding worker...kindness and competence were among her many assets...the world truly would be a much better place if it had more people like Carol...

RIP dear Carol. I'll always remember the great times we had at girls night. You were a very special woman and will be greatly missed. Love you always,

Jeannie