ForeverMissed
Carol Joan Beaudrie (nee Holtz), age 68 of Beavercreek, died peacefully on October 13, 2020, at Hospice of Dayton after a short illness.
Carol was born on February 17, 1952, in Cleveland, Ohio. She was preceded in death by husband Gilbert James Beaudrie, her parents Paul and Lillian Holtz, siblings Steve Holtz and Christine Walrath and furbaby Abbey. Carol is survived by siblings David Holtz (Janice) and Judy Offutt, children April Sielski (Chris) and Joe Huddleston (Trinia), grandchildren Sydney McNally (Tyler Langdon) and Spencer McNally, and Carter and Lillian Huddleston. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews, fur baby Peggy Sue and best friend Paula Corelli.
Professional services entrusted to W.E. Lusain Funeral Home.
Posted by Cheryl Susman on October 21, 2020
April and family im so sorry for your loss .I have so many memories of Carol we shared a lot of same interest .Carol dibbed in painting quite a bit in her younger days and shared some of her stories with me i took up painting a few years back and i would share my stuff with her and she would give me tips . we had a lot of laughs her dog Abby and my dog cookie would play together then she got Peggy sue and i got chance and when they was pups they would play together .Carol loved movies we would share what she thought was good and what she didn't think was good . i was diffrent from some in stone manor but Carol didnt care she except me for who i was . Carol i know your out of pain now and now you have yours health back in heaven im glad to of had a chance to know you im gonna miss you say hi to everyone up in heaven for me. Friend till we meet again take care and bless you
Posted by Wendy McCormick Gladhill on October 18, 2020
I'm so sorry to hear of Carol's passing. I'm Jim's granddaughter. I had not seen Carol in some time, but I do remember her kindness- and how quickly she folded into our family. I remember her amazing talent for cross stitch, and her love of animals. I hope she is having a well deserved rest, free from all of her restrictions here. She will be well remembered.
Posted by Pamela Pelle on October 18, 2020
I met Carol and Peggy Sue several years back through Paula Corelli. Carol was a vibrant talkative soul who befriended Paula and spent lots of time with her. She was warm and giving and I enjoyed her company very much. Find solice in knowing that there is another angel in heaven to watch over family and friends. I am forever grateful that I had the opportunity to meet and spend time with Carol. Whenever you feel a gentle breeze know that Carol is near and her beautiful wings have touched your face. May memories give you peace.
Posted by Denver Jacobs on October 15, 2020
Carol, what do I say about her? She was one of the nicest ladies Julie and I knew. When we first moved into the apartment complex, I didn't have any form of internet. She didn't know me very well but she gave me her network password so I can get online. I will always remember that.
She had a kind and generous heart. Carol was one of the many people that made us felt welcome.
She will forever be missed. Now she has her full eye sight and no pain what so ever.
Denver and Julianna Jacobs
Posted by Laura Lambert on October 15, 2020
I never met Carol. But, since I started working with her daughter April, I can see how good a mother she had to have been.

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Posted by Cheryl Susman on October 21, 2020
April and family im so sorry for your loss .I have so many memories of Carol we shared a lot of same interest .Carol dibbed in painting quite a bit in her younger days and shared some of her stories with me i took up painting a few years back and i would share my stuff with her and she would give me tips . we had a lot of laughs her dog Abby and my dog cookie would play together then she got Peggy sue and i got chance and when they was pups they would play together .Carol loved movies we would share what she thought was good and what she didn't think was good . i was diffrent from some in stone manor but Carol didnt care she except me for who i was . Carol i know your out of pain now and now you have yours health back in heaven im glad to of had a chance to know you im gonna miss you say hi to everyone up in heaven for me. Friend till we meet again take care and bless you
Posted by Wendy McCormick Gladhill on October 18, 2020
I'm so sorry to hear of Carol's passing. I'm Jim's granddaughter. I had not seen Carol in some time, but I do remember her kindness- and how quickly she folded into our family. I remember her amazing talent for cross stitch, and her love of animals. I hope she is having a well deserved rest, free from all of her restrictions here. She will be well remembered.
Posted by Pamela Pelle on October 18, 2020
I met Carol and Peggy Sue several years back through Paula Corelli. Carol was a vibrant talkative soul who befriended Paula and spent lots of time with her. She was warm and giving and I enjoyed her company very much. Find solice in knowing that there is another angel in heaven to watch over family and friends. I am forever grateful that I had the opportunity to meet and spend time with Carol. Whenever you feel a gentle breeze know that Carol is near and her beautiful wings have touched your face. May memories give you peace.
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