Carol J. Belleville
- September 24, 1955 - August 10, 2012
- Tyngsboro, Massachusetts
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To Carol's family,
I am so sad, I just heard about your Mom today. I remember when we went to Foxwoods for Amanda's 21st birthday! We had a lot of fun and your Mom had so much pride in all you girl's. You were the reason she had a sparkle in her eyes! When I worked at Dr. Ross's with her, when I was her Realtor helping her to buy her condo, and every time I was with her she was
Posted by: Sue Bahr (Poff) - Chelmsford, MA - friend Jan 07, 2013
Carol was such a nice lady. I remember going into the Westford dentist office with my mom who worked with Carol. She was always friendly and a terrific friend to my mom. May she rest in peace. <3>
Posted by: Katie Poff - South Yarmouth , MA - Friend Jan 07, 2013
Thinking of you always. The Dr. scheduled my ultrasound on your birthday - what are the odds? Celebrated your day with family at Capital Grille and toasted you - even blew out a chocolate mocha and creme brulee cheesecake in your honor. Happy Birthday! and....as you may know...It's a Boy! :)
Posted by: Cheryl - NH - Daughter Sep 28, 2012
My heart is so full for all of the loved ones left behind, try to remember Carol is in a better place, not with us, but we will be with her again! Joanne, I'm so sorry for your loss, I know that doesn't make you feel any better, but knowing that we all are thinking of you & wishing you peace, should :) XXOO Take care
Love to All. Dianne
Posted by: Dianne Garland - Jupiter, FL - None Aug 28, 2012
I was trying to stand up on a tube that was being pulled by the boat.. In littleton @ the camp. Carol was in the boat. Well, I fell back words off the tube.
In the process I went but first. Which gave me a rush up ( you know where) Ouch! I couldn't talk all I wanted to do was get into the boat. I was greeded by your mother Laughing so hard she almost fell out of the boat.
Posted by: Arletta - Chelmsford, MA - Friend & Aunt Aug 22, 2012
The Dragonfly Story.
Down below the surface of a quiet pond lived a colony of water bugs. They were a happy colony, living far away from the sun. For many months they were busy, scurrying over the soft mud on the bottom of the pond. They did notice that every once in a while one of their colony seemed to loose interest in going about. Clinging to the stem of a pond lily it gradually moved out of sight
and was seen
Posted by: Cheryl Glynn - Daughter Aug 21, 2012
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Posted by: Bryan Walters - Lancaster, MA - Friend Aug 17, 2012
I absolutely LOVED your mother! She was a hot ticket, and she will always have a special place in my heart! She always brought a smile to my face when she came into the office. Your Mom did a great job bringing you girls up...You're all very special. My deepest condolences to you and your families.
Posted by: Chris Howard - Acton, MA - From Dr. Niemierko's Office Aug 16, 2012
Our deepest sympathy and condolences on the loss of your mom. I know she was not only just your mom, she was your friend. She will always be watching over all of you and will always be there with you in spirit. Please let us know if you need anything at all. We love you guys and hope you can find peace in your aching heart knowing that your mom is now at peace. May you rest in peace Carol.
Posted by: Nikki & Brent Rowsell - Tyngsboro, MA - Friend of Cheryl & Josh Aug 16, 2012
To Carol's Family,
I too, was a neighbor of Carol--I lived across the parking lot and would run into her from time to time at the mailbox--I was saddened when I heard she was sick, what a horrible disease! Carol was a "fighter" she fought hard to keep the Cannongate Community in line and I appreciate her efforts! She also fought hard throughout her illness, sadly, she didn't make it. I will miss her cheery disposition and her take-charge attitude--she spoke her mind and did what she thought was right, and always with a smile. She will be missed by many.
Posted by: Judy O'Connor - Tyngsboro, MA - Neighbor Aug 16, 2012