Let the memory of Carol be with us forever
  • 74 years old
  • Born on December 22, 1938 in Canton, Ohio, United States.
  • Passed away on September 11, 2013 in Silverthorne, Colorado, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Carol Amon, 74, born on December 22, 1938 and passed away on September 11, 2013. We will remember her forever.

I hope you enjoy looking at some of the photos.  Sometime more will be posted, but her death has been very hard on the family she left behind.   Feel free to email me:   amon.tod@gmail.com   (her oldest son Tod).

Please feel free to post anything you like! 

Posted by Tod Amon on 11th September 2018
I had to look it up today to discover that it was 5 years ago... so time is erasing the details, leaving smiles behind... but still oh so many frowns... Miss you mom.
Posted by Joyce Quartly on 11th September 2018
Miss you, my friend!
Posted by Joyce Quartly on 11th September 2017
Think of you often, my friend.
Posted by Tod Amon on 11th September 2016
I love you mom. So many things you have missed in the past few years -- but so many wonderful memories you left behind.
Posted by Joyce Quartly on 11th September 2016
An unforgettable friend!
Posted by Joyce Quartly on 22nd December 2015
You're always in my thoughts this time of year. You had a great love of the holidays and gave your gifts of love and friendship.
Posted by Tod Amon on 11th September 2015
Thank you Joyce for thinking of mom. It has been two years, but still lies so heavy on my heart. I wish for a different reality, but it helps knowing how much mom loved life and how many good times she had. Today I will look at pictures mom, and see your smiling face over and over.
Posted by Joyce Quartly on 11th September 2015
I think of you often, dear friend.
Posted by Sandra Winter on 30th December 2013
Oh Carol, such sad news. You were always so vivacious and energetic. You went out and did what others could only think about. I so admired you and your adventurous spirit. You will be much missed by many. Rest in peace, Carol.
Posted by Joyce Quartly on 29th December 2013
Recognizing that we were kindred spirits, Carol and I became fast friends upon our first meeting in Denver more than three decades ago. We both loved to travel, ski, and sail and were always ready for a new adventure. We partyed together, laughed together, and cried together. I will never forget the warmth of her smile and her deep capacity for caring. It's difficult to accept that she is gone and that I will never see her again. She will always be in my memories and my heart.
Posted by Marietta Sears on 4th November 2013
Carol was a friend to so many. I lived in Durango & attended meetings at CDE & I often stayed at her house. She always had something going on with perfect details for every theme. During one visit, we went to the Botanical Gardens for a concert. She prepared a wonderful picnic dinner, She had a beautiful spirit and I am saddened that she has passed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Posted by Myron Swize on 23rd September 2013
I was saddened to hear of Carol's death and send my condolences to you, Tod, and your brother Bret. Those of us who worked with Carol at CDE not only lost a friend but also someone who dedicated more than two decades to the state's children with hearing challenges,
Posted by Brian McNulty on 20th September 2013
Carol and Myron interviewed my for my first job here in Colorado. I would not have spent my life here, married, or raised my kids here if I didn't get that job. She was very influential in my professional life also. She will be missed by all of us who worked with her at CDE. I hope that she enjoyed her life after CDE, but I know that we had an eventful time when we were all there.

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