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Carrie Robin Chase

Arroyo Grande, California

1959 - 2011

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Carrie Robin Chase was born in May 1959 in Santa Ana, Calif., and went to be with her Lord and Savior Saturday, July 9, 2011. Carrie graduated from Cal Poly with a teaching degree in Home Economics and received a masters degree in Special Education. She began her teaching career at Vandenburg...

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I was a friend of Carrie and her boyfriend Charlie Daum at Cal Poly. I wanted to let her know that I named my new puppy after Charlie and that I was still thinking of her. I am so sorry to learn of her passing. She was a wonderful person.

Carrie was my first friend at St. Mary's High School in Stockton, CA. As a protestant, I was a little apprehensive about attending a catholic hs. Carrie, a fellow protestant was my first protestant/christian friend (and we shared the same birthday!). God bless her surviving family and friends. Carrie: I'll see you in heaven some day. Save a seat at The Table for me.

I too have Lyme, and although I did not know Carrie, I am deeply saddened by the loss of this wonderful woman. Her family is in my thoughts and prayers, and I continue to pray for the medical community to start taking Lyme disease seriously and find a cure!

Although I did not know Carrie and I live far away in the Netherlands, each time a person dies from Lyme Disease the whole Lyme community feels it. As a fellow Lyme patient for about 25 years now, this saddens and angers me greatly. I am not religious and taking lives like this, is one of the reaons why. I do hope she is in a better, less painful place now.

Love & Light from the Netherlands, Benjamin van Doorn

Rest in peace- Carry- It is not fair that Lyme has claimed yet another beautiful life before its time.The fight goes on.... Love,Laura Moore

I was saddened to learn of Carrie's passing and extend deepest sympathy to her family and loved ones. We shared a house while attending Cal Poly. I remember her generous and bright spirit, her enthusiasm and lovely smile.

I did not know Carrie, but as a fellow Chronic Lyme Disease survivor I am saddened by the loss. May god Bless....

Dear Chase Family:
My thoughts and prayers are with you all today; Memories are wonderful to reflect upon -- all the fun and good times. It's hard to overcome the emptyness and void as we cry for the loss of our loved one. Take one day at a time to realign your life. May God comfort you and grant you the courage and strength needed now. My prayers are with you for your healing heart.
With deepest sympathy and heartfelt understanding, Heidi Danieli

Although I did not know CArrie, each time a person dies from Lyme Disease the whole lyme community feels it.

Ouch.