In Memory

Carol Ewing

Carol Ewing

Carol reportedly passed away from a heart attack on Oct 13, 2012. We do not have any further details.

Garth generated obit:


Carol Ann Ewing  Died: 13 Oct 2012

Carol was born and raised in Ogden, UT to Don Russell Ewing and Catherine A. Allred. She attended Washington Elementary, Washington Jr. High and graduated with the Ogden High School Class of 1961.

Carol lived in Phoenix, AZ for many years and took care of her mother until her mother passed away in 2002 from cancer.

She is survived by her brother, D. Max (Lucy) Ewing of Syracuse, UT and sister, Sharlee (Randy) Wilkinson of Island Park, ID.


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03/04/16 07:17 AM #1    

Richard Orton

The first memories that came to my mind is that Carol went tho Washington Elem. & Jr. High with us.

Carol loved Sports and had a great jump shot when playing outdoor Basketball.  She excelled in playing Softball.

She was up-beat, & friendly.

Seems to me she had an older brother named Max Ewing, that enjoyed sports as well.

RIP Carol

Richard (Dick) Orton

03/04/16 01:59 PM #2    

Barbara Datwyler (Merrill-Muzzy)

I too remember Carol from Washington Elementary amd Jr High.  She was always nice and always the first girl picked for baseball or dodgeball teams.  She will never be forgotten in my mind...

03/04/16 11:34 PM #3    

Dina Downs (Smith)

I remember Carol loviing ELVIS!  Does anyone remember the assembly @ Washington Jr High when she impersonated him singing 

" You Ain't Nothing But A Hound Dog" and Heartbreak Hotel"?  She was great and we all went nuts!

03/05/16 08:51 AM #4    

Cathie Carter (Soutas)

I do remember Carol's Elvis. She was actually the real deal! All my momories of Carol are sweet and warm and bring a smile to my face.... forever. I hope she realized how loved she was. 

03/05/16 10:59 AM #5    

Jack Wahlen

Cathie, I doubt she did unless you have had ongoing contact with her after you finished your education. Barbara, Dick,and Dina are all people I admired but I doubt they know it. I have had ongoing contact with Barbara and you and suspect both of you are more aware. We all got busy with life and were spread across the country. I think the lunches the "lady diamond" has arranged are a great idea (although I have not been able to attend yet) and a enjoyable way to reunite with "old" friends. I hope to see all of you soon.

03/05/16 03:16 PM #6    

David Gray

I knew Carol well and always enjoyed talking sports with her. My best to Carol and all her family.

David Gray

03/06/16 08:08 AM #7    

Madeline Pappas (Coleman)

I was in communication with her Brother Max, and Max did verify Carol had

passed away.    Carol was always into sports and so funny.   I was sorry to

learn last week she had passed away in 2012, and none of us knew of her

passing.   I know the passing was a shock to almost all of us that did not know.

I remember, when her and Judy Kearns were alway mistaken for sisters, and

they were best of friends.


03/06/16 10:20 PM #8    

Lita Chavez (Wright)

I was saddened to hear of Carol's Passing.  I've been trying to find her for several years.  Carol was one of my best friends in school.  She is the Godmother (in absentia) to my oldest daughter,  Gina Ann.  I last saw Carol in 1966, she was there for my 2nd daughter's birth.  I think of her often and she will be missed..Lita

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