Carolyn A. Crosby
May 11, 1933  -  December 23, 2017

Carolyn A. Crosby

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St. Joseph's Catholic Church
1501 N. Alafaya Trail
Orlando, FL  32828
Wednesday, January 03, 2018
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Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania-22Q and You Center
3401 Civic Center Boulevard, ATTN: Donna McDonald-McGinn
Philadelphia, PA  19104

Carolyn A. Crosby, 84, of Orlando, FL, passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by her loving family, on December 23, 2017. Carolyn was born in Trenton, NJ and moved to Florida in 1990.
She worked for AT&T for over 20 years and was a devout member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. She is preceded in death by her dear husband of 59 years, Emmert Roy Crosby and her son Timothy Roy Crosby.
She is the loving mother of Margaret Mary (George) Preston, loving grandmother of George, III and Todd Preston. Carolyn is also survived by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Funeral Mass will take place at 10:00am, on Wednesday, January 3, 2018, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 1501 N. Alafaya Trail in Orlando. Inurnment to take place at Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 22 Q and You Center, 3401 Civic Center Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA. 19104.
Arrangements entrusted to Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando, FL.


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  1. Eleanor McGill
    Orlando, FL

    You were one of my best friends! We had so many wonderful times at Red Hat luncheons and shopping, and when we had our Tuesday night dinner parties. I will miss you. RIP Carol.

  2. Margaret Mary Crosby-Preston
    Hamilton, NJ

    I can look back on my childhood and realize how lucky I was to have you for my mom. I have had some of the happiest birthdays, holidays and family vacations that any child could ever have. No matter how much time passes, I find that these memories never go away or fade. They always shine brightly in my heart. With love and pride, I will always hold you in a special place...the home you have in my heart. Forever and always, your loving daughter.

  3. Herman and Marion Krier
    Champaign, IL

    Dearest Friend, Carol, the sweetest, kindest, and most loving person we have ever known. May God grant eternal peace and a joyful reunion with your beloved Roy. Your long-time friends, Marion and Herman

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  5. lucy h johnson
    levittown, PA

    So many happy mories you gave us. Your laughter even in a crowd would let us know, Aunt Carol is here. Part of me knows you are rejoicing seeing all your loved ones who left before you. The other part of me brings tears to my eyes knowning I will never hear that laugh again..Gods speed, Aunt Carol, will see you in due time. Love and hugs Lucy

  6. Lee Crosby Scherbik
    , IL

    Oh, the stories....Gonna miss you so much. are now back with Uncle Pink. I can only imagine the Welcome Home Party they held for you upon your arrival. I wonder if they were as surprised as we were. MM, George, Georgie and Toddy, you know you have my love and support always. We gotta stick together! I love you all.

  7. Patricia W Ohlemiller
    Erdenheim, PA

    Carol, always beautiful always smiling always giving -- you will live in our hearts -- forever.

  8. Vince & Nicole Citro
    Maitland, FL

    In life you may be fortunate to know one or two people who lived every second of their lives making people around them feel special, and do so by living a life full of joy. Aunt Carol and Uncle Roy were such people. Our lives are richer having had them in it. While they celebrate a joy those left behind cannot fathom, we will miss them.

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