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Carol Ann Hines-Morrow
Carol Ann Hines Morrow was released from her physical body on Friday, June 19, 2020.
Carol was born on April 26, 1946, the eldest daughter of Pearce L. "Jack" and Evelyn "Pete" Petersen Hines. She grew up on 27th and VanBuren and later moved with her family into the new house on 40th Street. She attended Ogden City Schools, graduating from Ogden High School, Class of 64. Carol was a socialite; a fun, outgoing person that was always surrounded by a circle of friends. She had a gift of making those around her feel important and was more concerned with what was happening in their lives than her own. Because of her tall stature, Carol was lovingly nicknamed "Jolly Green" by her closest friends.
Soon after high school, Carol married a good-looking hippy musician and from this marriage were born her two smart and fun-loving daughters; Stacy and Kristy. This marriage ended in divorce when the girls were still tiny. The three girls, Carol, Stacy, and Kristy forged ahead with another brief marriage along the way. It was often said that if Carol didn't have bad luck, she wouldn't have any luck at all.
She eventually settled down when she married James E. Morrow on March 28, 1976. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Provo LDS Temple. Soon after they added another daughter, Jamie to their family. Jim passed away just weeks ago on May 9, 2020.
Carol worked at the brand-new Ogden Gov't Employees Credit Union for several years; again, making lifelong friends. Jim and Carol eventually moved to Orem where they raised their girls and started having grandkids. In Orem, she worked for the Senior Services program. It was the perfect match for her personality, caring for, and helping those in need.
She always had a strong testimony of her Savior and served in a lifetime of callings.
With her health declining it was decided that she and Jim should move to Meridian where she could be at a lower altitude and live with her daughter Kristy and husband Chad. Carol loved being with them in their home but missed family and friends from Utah terribly.
Still wanting to be involved with her friends, she recently came back to Ogden to attend her 55th OHS reunion. She loved visiting with her girlfriends from high school!
Carol is survived by her three daughters, Stacy McClain, Pleasant Grove, UT, Kristy (Chad)Thompson, Meridian, ID, and Jamie Johnson, Orem, UT. Also surviving are 15 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Three siblings, Brad (Carol) Hines, Reno, NV, Judy (Russ) Latherow, Ogden, Bret (Debbie) Hines, Ogden, survive her with many nieces and nephews who all loved their Aunt Carol.
She was preceded in death by her parents and one nephew, Andy Hines.
Memorial Services will be held on Saturday, June 27, 2020, at 5:00 pm at Leavitt's Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden, UT. A reception will follow at Leavitt's Waterfall Atrium.
Kristy and Chad,
So sorry to hear of the passing of your sweet Mother. I had just recently learned of Jim's passing. We appreciated working with Jim and Chad at Johnstone Supply. I'm sorry that your family has suffered such tremendous losses in such a short time. You're in my thoughts and prayers. Becky Whittemore
Becky Whittemore Jul 2 2020 12:00 AM
I'm very sorry for the loss of your sister. Thanks for all the help you gave me.
Wendy Gabbert Jun 28 2020 12:00 AM
It really saddened me when I read about Carol's passing. The years I spent working (OGECU) and socializing with Carol were some of my happiest times and memories.
My prayers are with the family in this time of sorrow, Carol was a great person who touched many lives, including mine.
Sharon & Val Richardson Jun 27 2020 12:00 AM
I visit taught Carol for several years when they lived in Orem. I absolutely loved her. Kristy, Stacie, and Jaime I am so sorry for your loss I did not know either of your parents had died. Love you all.
Kathy A Coletti And Gary Jun 26 2020 12:00 AM
Carol lived next door to my grandparents, the Garrs on 27th and Van Buren and I went to school for a short time at Polk where Judy and Carol went. I was first grade and Carol was an older "woman", fourth grade. She would walk us across Harrison and 27th every school day and I trusted her completely. Harrison was not as busy as it is now. I thought she was pretty and always so kind, as was her family. I learned to ride a bike on Carol's bike. I couldn't reach the seat, but pumped on the pedals and she always let me ride her bike when I visited my grandparents. The Hines were very special people and I loved her dad and Mom, as well as Judy. Her obit brought back a lot of childhood memories. Rest in peace, Carol Ann.
ReNee Garr Hoffmann Jun 25 2020 12:00 AM
I will miss her. What a classy lady she was. What a life she led. How she loved. She was funny and I miss her presence in our ward and neighborhood.
We love you all. We are sad she is gone. God Bless You and your family.
Troy and Jodie Ells Jun 24 2020 12:00 AM
What a sweet and wonderful lady! I worked with Carol in the Senior Corps Programs and I loved my association with her. When I as a newbie to the Utah group, she took a special interest in me (at least that is how I felt), made me feel welcome, provided me with direction, and most importantly she made me laugh and became a friend. And that laughter continued at conferences and meetings and was a highlight of my work with Senior Corps. My thoughts and prayers to Carol's family.
Ron Cardon Jun 24 2020 12:00 AM