GODSHALL, Carol Ann 70, of Lutz, Florida, passed away suddenly on September 3, 2021. Carol was born on February 26, 1951 in Heidelberg, Germany to the late Donald A. McKeen and Edith Lottie McKeen. Carol was a graduate of Plant High School in Tampa, Class of 1969. She graduated from Brewster Tech School with a Surgical Technology Degree. She worked in medical billing for the office of Dr. McIlwain and Dr. Silverfield for 12 years. Carol was a remarkable crafter, seamstress, and jewelry designer. She loved her grandchildren fiercely and was fortunate to provide daycare for all four when they were young. She was a caregiver; always putting others before herself. She knew no stranger and had a heart of gold. Carol was dedicated to her family. She had a positive attitude even in the toughest times. Her faith in God was strong and she lived her life by the Ten Commandments. She adored Tom Selleck. She loved the PA Gang and her extended family in Boston. She is survived by her husband of 45 years, Bryan; son, Christopher and his wife, Jennifer along with their two children, Taylor and Adyson, and, her youngest son, Tim and his wife, Kati along with their two children, Caden and Emersyn. Carol's final wishes were to have her ashes scattered in the mountains. Carol insisted that her family celebrate her with a party where they can share the good times they had together. The family will toast her with a Diet Coke to send her to her final resting place. RIP Carol/Mom/Grandma - We love you to the Moon and back...and more!
Published by Tampa Bay Times on Sep. 19, 2021.
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Sending condolences and prayers to you and your family during this difficult time.
Maya Johnson
September 19, 2021
Carol/ Reds, my wife for 45 years of marriage. We had a great life together. Rest in peace with God in heaven. Till me meet again, love you forever and ever, Bryan..
Bryan Godshall
September 19, 2021
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