Carol Wink

Jefferston Township, New Jersey


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NEWTON -- Carol Wink, 51, died on Wednesday, June 17, 2009, at Morristown Memorial Hospital, after complications related to a long fought illness. Beloved wife, mother, sister and aunt, she was born in the Harding Park neighborhood of The Bronx, N.Y. on Sept. 1, 1957, to the late William and...

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George, the message that Carol passed was a shock. Our condolences and prayers go out to the whole family. Carol was a great lady!

The Myers Family

We are all saddened to hear of Carole's passing Life is truly fragile and her's came to an end much too soon.Carole was a dear friend and a committed educator.She touched the lives of so many.She truly made a difference in all of our lives.She will be missed but never forgotten.Please accept ot deepest sympathy

My condolences goes out to the entire Wink family. Carol was one of the good ones! I had the honor of working in her classroom during my first year working as an aide. She inspired me in SO many ways! She will truly be missed!

I was so sorry to get your message about Carol. Your love for her was always so apparent and I know she will be sadly missed. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Please stay strong.

Dear George,Maureen and Chris,
I am so sorry for the loss of Carol. She was such a wonderful women and an inspiration to all of us at Alpine. We will miss her greatly. She was someone we could all turn to and would always know the right thing to say or how to make us smile. Carol was not just a great mentor but a wonderful friend. She will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during these tough times.
Chris and Kristin Bell

Dear George,
I am so sorry to hear about your wife's passing. I'm sure she will be missed all those whose lives she toughed. Your son wrote a wonderful tribute. With deep sympathy,
Thea (Dilger) Oliveri and family

Dear Chris and Family,
Your mother was a joy to all who knew her. I'll never forget her laugh as we talked about the foibles of teenaged sons and swapped " can you believe he did this" stories.
You all are in our thoughts and prayers.
With Love,
Barb, Greg, Dan,and Steve Medvidick

Dear George and Chris on behalf of Peggy and I, I want to express our deepest synpathy a condolences on the loss of Carol. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this extremely difficult time.

Cousins Bobby and Peggy Howell

Dear George, Chris and Maureen,

The world lost another wonderful woman, mother, teacher and friend too soon. We'll always remember Carol's way of making a grim moment seem so bright. We will miss her, her smile and her infectious laugh. Our family is thinking about all of you and praying that you find peace and comfort when you need it most.

The Brennan Family
Jessica, Brian and Cailin