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Carol O Skrepcinski

June 30, 1921 - January 8, 2012

Carol O. SkrepcinskiOgden-Carol O. Skrepcinski, 90, a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother died Sunday, January 8, 2012 with her family by her side. She was born 1921 in Logan, Utah, the first born daughter of Eulalia Yeates and Joseph Olsen of Hyrum, Utah. In the turbulent years of World War II and just prior to his deployment to the South Pacific, she married her beloved husband Frank B. Skrepcinski in 1942 in Sparks, NV. After 56 years of marriage, he passed away February 24, 1998. Carol grew up in Hyrum and lived her entire adult life in Ogden. She worked at the Defense Depot Ogden for many years and was an active member of the American Business Women’s Association. She loved traveling, her roses and gardening. She doted on her grand- and great grandchildren and treasured their visits.Carol is survived by her sisters, Gayle Rowe, Odgen, Karen Ann Roberts, South Ogden and Sue Jensen, Mesa, AZ; children Fred B. Skrepcinski, Edgewood, NM and Lisa S. Gourley, Park City. She was preceded in death by her brother, Clyde Olsen, Roy, sister, Yvonne Gunderson, Rawlins, WY and daughter Francine J. Kramer, Las Vegas, NV. She was blessed with four grandchildren, Jennifer Liddell, Lacy Lewis, Alyssa Skrepcinski and Beau Gourley. She had six great grandchildren.A graveside service will be held Friday January 13, 2012 at 12:00 p.m. at the Hyrum City Cemetery. Services under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Date: Friday, January 13, 2012

Time: 12:00 pm -

Hyrum Cemetery

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Born: June 30, 1921
Died: January 8, 2012

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Sally Gorman posted on 1/13/12

I WAS SADDENED TO HEAR OF CAROL'S PASSINF. SHE AND i WORKED TOGETHER AND WERE FRIENDS FOR MANY YEARS.PLEASE ACCEPT MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY AND BEST WISHES. SHE WILL BE GREATLY MISSED.SALLY

 

Michael Skrzypczynski posted on 1/13/12

Lisa, Fred & Families - Aunt Carol and Uncle Frank are now together for eternity. I will always have fond memories of their visits when I was growing up in NY and when I visited Utah. Bajki and I send our condolences.You are all in our prayers.

 

Dave Gunderson posted on 1/12/12

Lisa, Fred and Family Lorie & I wish you our sincere condolences with the passing of Aunt Carol In my younger years I looked forward to our visits to Utah and your visits to Wyoming. We had so many good time full of laugher and joy which are part of my best memories.You’re in our prayers

 

Jim Skrepcinski posted on 1/12/12

Cindy, I and our family send our condolences. Aunt Carol was a special lady and Aunt. I have enjoyed the time that we have been able to spend together over the years. I have fond memories, she will be missed and thought of often. Jim Skrepcinski

 

DaleB. Roberts posted on 1/12/12

Having lived away from Utah most of my life I have Very few good memories of Uncle Frank (Skrap) and Aunt Carol. Although i do remember trips up the canyon and to bear lake in the COLD waters of the river and lake even in the summertime w/Lisa.It was a pleasure, this last year or so, to get to visit Aunt Carol at the Manor House (only about a 15/20min walk away) and actually get to know her a bit better before she left us to continue on her eternal journey.It's never an easy thing to lose a loved one no matter how much time we've had to prepare. Thoughts, prayers, Hugs and Love to Aunt Gayle, Mother, Aunt Sue, Lisa, Fred (and their families) at this time of sorrow and loss.xoDaleB.xo

 

Sue Jensen posted on 1/11/12

Our love and thoughts go out to each of the family at this time. Carol was a sweet Sister and she will be missed very much. We are so happy that she has completed her journey in this life. Now she is with her Husband, Frank, daughter, and many family members who are celebrating her arrival on the other side. Bless you heart Carol! And bless your family who are now feeling the sadness in their hearts. Until we meet again, God Bless.Gary & Sue Jensen & Family

 

Melinda and Jeff Jensen posted on 1/11/12

WE send our condolences and love to the Skrepcinski family members on the loss of their beloved mother and grandmother. She was a very kind Aunt to us and we looked forward to her Christmas cards over the years as we have always lived away from Utah. Rest in Peace Aunt Carol. To the surviving family members, you are in our thoughts and prayers at this time.Love, Jeff and Melinda Jensen

 

Dr. Warren V. Judd posted on 1/11/12

Dear Dr. Skrepcinski & Family, So sorry to read the obituary telling of the passing of your mother. Our sincere sympathy and condolences to you and your family at this trying time. Please give us a phone call, ore-mail while you are in this area. My wife and I live at 2561 E. 2700 N. in Layton, UT -- Phone 801-771-0869. E-mail: wvjudd@yahoo.com Kindest regards, Warren & Leola Judd

 

Judy VanDervort posted on 1/11/12

Lisa, Fred, and your families, just want to let you know that we are thinking of you and you are all in my prayers. I will always remember Uncle Frank and Aunt Carol's visits to New York. When I was little, I would get so excited when I heard that you were all coming to visit. The whole family would get together at our house and watch home movies that my dad loved to show. I remember all the laughing and everyone having fun watching the movies. That is how I will always remember Aunt Carol.

 

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