- 85 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 27, 1931
- Place of birth:
Wikes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States
- Date of passing: Nov 5, 2016
- Place of passing:
Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
|For death is no more than a turning of us over from time to eternity. William Penn|
Carol Burnstein-Schulman, a long-time resident of the Coconut Creek/Pompano Beach FL area, died Saturday, the 5th of November at Northwestern Medical Center. Born on August 27, 1931, Wilkes-Barre, PA. She is survived by her husband Melvin Schulman, as well as 2 sons (Marlow and Monty Smulowitz) multiple step-children, 6 grandchildren (Mallory, Megan, Jennifer, Joshua, Jesse, and Julia) 2 great-grandchildren (Joseph and Rayne). Carol has many additional extended family members from previous marriages. She was a woman who loved to travel, was hands on with creativity, and being a sense of inspiration for anyone who’s encountered her. Her funeral will be held at Star of David Memorial Gardens Cemetery and Funeral Chapel, 7801 Bailey Rd, North Lauderdale, FL 33068 at 1:30pm Tuesday November 8th, 2016.
"Thanks Carol for all you have done for me and my family. Carol was a lively person who was passionate about her family and friends. She loved to golf, travel and create things with her hands. She will be greatly missed every day by all of us who loved her. We will cherish our memories of her as well as all the things that she made for us. Carol passed away so unexpectedly that her death was hard to take. May we remember to frequently tell all our family and friends that we love them, and be a blessing to others. May we all be ready to meet God on any given day...so that God will say, "Well done good & faithful servant.""
"May G-d send comfort in the form of wonderful memories.
Eli Gordon, son of Ken and Harriet"
"My dearest Wife and best friend.
You will be missed by me forever. I just can't remember a day in the last almost eight years we were together that we were apart. That is the one thing that bothers me the most. Being Alone. That's what hurts the most. I miss you so."
"dear Carol's family,
carol was one of my b'nai mitzvot partners and she will be missed.
may she rest on peace
"May you find peace in God's care"
"We will miss Aunt Carol's zest for fun & adventure. We loved hearing the humorous stories from energetic Aunt Carol and our mom, Enid Laks, growing up in Wilkes-Barre, PA, In later years, we appreciated how Carol would stay in touch and include us in family gatherings such a dinner held in Hartsdale, NY. Love you dearly, We send thoughts of love & care to family & friends. Love, Jan Lessner Gordon & Kim Lessner Goldstein.."
"Nana Nana, we just love you and will miss you laughter, smile, kindness.
RIP you beautiful angel."
"May your beautiful angel wings fly you to the most magnificent golf course in the heavens where you can tee them high and watch them fly. Your spirit will always be with us, dear Carol."
"Rest well sweet lady ! You have blessed me with some wonderful people in my life ! Thank you !"
"Marvin and Jane Schnur send their love and prayers to family Melvin, Marlow, and Monty and friends!"
"My dear Carol Ray and I will miss you ! Carol, Jane Schnur. and I taught together at Mystic Oral School. Jane and Marvin send their love and prayers. Carol helped me find my beautiful raised ranch in Mystic Connecticut it was her first house she sold. Thank you dear friend. Sending our love, care, fond memories, and prayers to Melvin, Marlow, and Monty and all family and friends. Blessings!"
"Nana, I will miss you each and every day that goes by. You were my rock, my confidant, my diary. Not a day will go by that I will not think of you. Keep your watchful eyes over my children for me. Love you always and forever!!"
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