In Memory

Carol Katz

Carol Katz

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08/25/18 09:18 PM #1    

Gayle Nelson (Taylor)

Carol and I were good friends in middle and high school.  I didn't keep up with her after we graduated, but I have a fond memory of our time together.

08/26/18 04:39 PM #2    

Julie Arnold (Taylor)

Carol lived on my street during the Evergreen Jr. and Olympus years.  Chris Hooper, Carol and I used to spend a lot of time together after school and on weekends.  She was a great person.

08/27/18 05:57 PM #3    

Nancy Fullmer (Schneider)

I always liked Carol she was such a great person and I have some very fond memories of her !


11/12/20 12:53 PM #4    

Arthur Cox (Cox)

Carol was such a nice person.  We were good friends dueing and after the Olympus days.  What happened to Carol?  Was she married?  Did she have kids?  Was she still living in Salt Lake?

11/17/20 08:32 AM #5    

Lark Wood (Reasor)

Carole Lynn Tucker 1950 ~ 2009 Carole Lynn Tucker passed away peacefully on Friday, September 25, 2009. Born in Salt Lake City on October 8, 1950 to Stan Katz and Emma Dolowitz, she was 58 years old. She is survived by her father, her former husband Andrew W. Tucker, their son Calvin Tucker, one grandchild Reagan Lisa, sister, Barbara (Barry) Bank and three nieces. Carole graduated with a Bachelor and Masters Degree in Business and Accounting from Westminster College. She was a very special person and will be greatly missed. A special thank you to her dear friend, Marleen Kassel who stood by her until the very end. A most heartfelt and grateful thank you to Dr. Jon Blanch, Carole's advocate and caring physician. Thank you also to St. Joseph's Villa and CareSource Hospice who helped her to maintain her amazing dignity, grace and acceptance. God bless you all. A short graveside service will be held on Tuesday, September 29, 2009 2:00 p.m. at B'nai Israel Cemetery, 1021 4th Avenue. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the charity of your choice. 

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02/23/21 05:09 PM #6    

Richard Nelson

This is a little after the fact but I just found this site.

Carol and I were good friends. I met Carol my freshman year at a basketball away game. She sat directly behind me and saw me sitting on my coat.  For some unknown reason she asked if she could hold my coat for the duration of the game, instead of me sitting on it.  "Sure! Thanks!"

After that Carol and I would say "Hi" when we passed each other in the halls,  but our greetings held a kind of secret understanding.  Our senior year Carol and I shared the same opinion about highschool, couldn't wait to graduate, while in the meantime take every opportunity to massage our adolescent rebellion against authority. 

She would pick me up and drive me to school every once and a while, which meant we could smoke on our way there.  Carol smoked menthols that were awful, but beggars can't be choosers.  I remember those fairly stupid moments as examples of Carol's generous friendship. Carol had a big heart and was willing to share it without condition.   

Carol was a person it would be hard to forget.

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