Cara Lee Eaton
  • 38 years old
  • Date of birth: Feb 11, 1976
  • Date of passing: Feb 19, 2014
Let the memory of Cara be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Cara Eaton, 38, born on February 11, 1976 and passed away on February 19, 2014. We will remember her forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Joanne Ceccomancini on 19th February 2016

"Cara, your with God now, May you rest  in Peace and. Remember you are loved forever"

This tribute was added by Joanne Ceccomancini on 19th February 2016

"Cara, your with God now,May you rest in Peace,  you are missed, And always remember you are loved."

This tribute was added by Joanne Ceccomancini on 22nd October 2014

"Cara, your with Jesus now, may your soul be at Peace,  God Loves You. Xoxxoxo"

This tribute was added by Jill DeFrancesco on 20th October 2014

"Cara you and I share so many wonderful memories. We met Jan. 1991 in 9th grade at Piscataway Vo-tech. We did more those first 6 years than most people do in a lifetime of friendship. I miss you and it hurts that we finally came full circle again, we reconnect and now you're gone. From 1991-1997 we hung out almost everyday. We lost touch for a little bit in mid 1997-1998 but then started talking again till 2000. In 2000 you just vanished from my life, no idea where you went or what you were doing. Finally in 2011/2012 you found me on Facebook and we started talking again.  I could hardly believe 12 years had gone by, we both did so much and our lives took us on completely different paths. At 14 we knew it all now at 38 I just wish I knew why. It's been almost a year since you left us and I still can't think of you without crying, I can't write about all the crazy things we did because just thinking about it makes me cry harder. We had fun the right way, no drugs, no booze okay we probably broke other laws but not those two. You told me everytime we went bowling you were going to win but I always beat you..... I wish I would of let you win one.  I think we were tied when it came to shooting pool we both won and lost. Late night trips to the Diner after I was done babysitting ...... You would always have scrambled eggs with cheese, french fries and a waffle with whipped cream. Where wait no how did you eat so much. If I close my eyes I can still smell the Newports, the Air freshener and cinnamon gum as I opened your car door............... I can't write anymore right now but I'll visit here again and write more to you. Just now it's still too hard. I love you my friend always."

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