Randy and Joni… I don’t know if you will remember who I am… we lived next door to your mom and dad for many many years… She helped to keep us in line when mom and dad were working…(and she did a great job at that!!!) Your mom snd dad and Grandma and Granfpa Robishaw contributed to my memories of growing up… She shared nany cups of coffee with my mom… I am so sorry for you loss… fFly high Carol tell my mom Beverly I said hello…,, Cindy Patton Mason..
It was sad to hear of Carol's passing. I lost track of where she and Charlie were after they left their home in Claredon. I still look to their home as I pass through the area. Mike and I so enjoyed them. I met Carol many years ago as a student at SUNY Brockport in the 70's. Little did I know I would grow to know her much better in my later years as a graduate assistant at SUNY Brockport and then as I met and married a young University Police Officer (Michael Ryan 404) Carol worked with. We had many chats over that front desk. After she retired we ran into her and Charlie in a variety of locations over a meal or in passing. They never seemed to slow in their retirement years. I saw Erin Doe's post earlier. We met Bob Doe through them his DEC position and heard many stories of Charlie's and Carol's interactions with the Doe Family. As our son passed through the grades he would come to interact with Bob on a few occasions: ski club and dances. He even attended DEC camp! I always felt we were all connected being a part of the LE families. Our blessings to her family and we hope Charlie is still doing well, Cathy & Mike Ryan
I share so many fond memories of ‘Grandma Carol’. I can hear her laugh so clearly, still! As I read my old childhood books to my son, I love looking at inscriptions with her handwriting on them. I was lucky to have her as my god mother and she left such a lasting impression on me and our family. We share in your loss and will miss her deeply.
Charles and family: I am so sorry to hear about Joan's passing. We remember her humor and smiling face at the fly in breakfast's. She will surely be missed. Hold tight to those memories you built together over the years. Fly high Joan.
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