Carole Sargent

Hoover, Alabama

Dec 28, 1960 – Oct 8, 2019


December 28, 1960
October 8, 2019


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On Tuesday morning, October 8, Carole Enos Sargent, loving mother and friend, passed away at age 58. Carole was born on December 28, 1960 in Framingham, MA. Her summers were spent camping throughout New England with her four siblings and parents. She attended Cedar Shoals High School in Athens, GA, where she was voted Friendliest in her senior class, and then attended the University of Georgia. At UGA, Carole performed as a flag girl and worked at some of Athens' most memorable establishments, O'Malley's and Bennigan's, where she made lifelong friends. Carole was passionate about running, horseback riding, and the outdoors. She loved to read and could be found rooting for the UGA Bulldogs in the fall. Her favorite place to spend time was in the Smokey Mountains, hiking and riding horses. Her greatest joy was raising her two children. Famous around the neighborhood for her chocolate chip cookies, Carole was usually found hosting a gathering, attending her kids' sporting events, or taking a jog. She was a fierce friend, an avid listener, and a passionate mom. She cared deeply for her family and friends and for animals. To Carole, there was always room for one more person or pet, and time to hear one more story. Carole was preceded in death by her mother, Dorothy Enos. Carole is survived by her two children, Ryan and his wife Amelie, and Amanda, her father Hank Enos, and her four siblings, Susan, Mitch, Beth, and Rebecca. A Memorial Service will be held at Currie-Jefferson Funeral Home in Hoover, AL on Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 2:00 pm. Following the service, there will be an informal gathering of family and friends at Oak Mountain State Park Dogwood Pavilion at 200 Terrace Drive, Pelham, AL 35124 to celebrate the life of Carole in a place she loved. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share at the park.

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We will miss you Carole . all our love ken and Julie

Carole, you were one of the most beautiful, genuine people I have ever met. I miss you so much my dear sweet friend.
You were one of the first to welcome me when I first moved to Athens & came to band camp. I felt like I had known you forever.
We've made some of the most wonderful memories that I will cherish & hold close to my heart. We have laughed really hard together & cried really hard together, as well. We've been through good times & bad times & held...

Carole, you were one of the first people we met when we moved to the USA 15 years ago. Our path to and from school took us by your house numerous times every day. Most days the trampoline and the deck behind your house was filled with countless kids. If not, you could be found poolside with your crowd, at the various ball parks, cheerleading activities, or volunteering at the school. It seemed like you dedicated your entire life to your family, without ever stopping. 58 is way to early, and...

I am so sad to hear of your sudden passing. My sincere sympathy for your family. You can rest peacefully now sweet Carole and are free of all of your worries. I feel fortunate to have met you while visiting the McCullum family and sharing in your friendship with Julie. I have enjoyed many visits and lots of laughter with you. I will forever remember your beautiful smile that went with your caring and kind personality. I will see you again one day. Fly high with the Angels now and watch over...