In Memory

Carol Lynn Friedman (Friedman)

Carol Lynn Friedman (Friedman)

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12/09/17 12:44 PM #1    

Carol Friedman (Bargar)

I'm saddened to hear of the passing of my namesake, the "other" Carol Friedman. She and I shared homerooms and teachers, as well confusing alphabetical proximity. I was usually known as "little Carol Friedman" or "Carol B" and she was "Big Carol Friedman" even after my late growth spurt left me a head taller than her! 

Although I lost track of Carol after high school, I remember her as a kind person with a lively personality. I would like to know more about the person she became, if anyone could share that with me. 

Carol (Friedman) Bargar    





12/10/17 07:11 AM #2    

Sallie Reider

I played mahjong with carol for the few years she moved back to cleveland to care for her dad.  After he passed, she moved to Raleigh. I heard she was having a great time at an over 55  Community. She never married and work for Delta Airlines for many years. She was a very lively and fun person. I was  totally shocked to hear she had passed. She seem to be very healthy and active.  We all should do all the things we want to do now. I think Carol did-and I am glad. 

12/11/17 07:56 AM #3    

Leah Ferstman (Barry)

Carol and I reconnected when she moved to North Carolina. We met once a month for lunch and as matter of fact, we had lunch 4 days before she passed away. The whole thing is a total shock. She never complained about anything and had a trip planned to Israel in May as well as a trip to Mexico in Jan. with her brother. She was very hapy at the Dell Webb community, Carolina Preserve, playing Mahjj and Canasta as well as going to plays and concerts. She also met a couple of people from Cleveland, one who happened to be from Beachwood. Carol lived about 25 min. from me, but we always met for lunch, talked about our month and  scheduled our next lunch before we left one another. I will miss her. Carolina Preserve is scheduling a Memorial Service for her next week.


12/11/17 03:03 PM #4    

Judith Baron (Khaner)

How sad!  I reconnected with Carol a few years ago as we both were taking classes at Cuyahoga Community College.  At that time, she shared her excitement for her upcoming move to North Carolina.  According to Carol,  a new location would be a "fresh start."  From other comments, it seems that she enjoyed her southern life.  I am glad for her.  I will remember her positive outlook and smile. 

12/12/17 12:02 PM #5    

Carole Hyman

I knew Carol well, way back in Junior High, at Woodbury. I moved to a suburb of Philadelphia just after the start of Freshman year at Shaker. I remember her as smart, funny and mischievous. Sorry to hear of her passing. Carole Hyman

12/14/17 05:18 PM #6    

Bennett Tramer

Wow, very sorry to learn of Carol's passing.  I knew her since 1956, when we were in the same class at Onaway.  She was always a joy to be around, friendly and funny, and always ready to laugh.  She'll be missed by many and remembered with warmth and affection.

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