Love and memories last forever...
  • 77 years old
  • Born on March 21, 1938 .
  • Passed away on March 23, 2015 .

Carolyn Coache (Larivee), 77, formerly of Paramus, and longtime resident of Bergen County, passed away peacefully in her son’s home on Monday, March 23, 2015.

Before retiring, Carol was the owner of Cranberry Junction gift shop in Hackensack, NJ.  Fondly known as the “Cow Lady of Moo Jersey” Carol shared her love of collectibles with all those around her. 

Beloved mother of Fred Larivee, his wife Terri and their children Katherine, Jillian and Grace of Horsham, PA, Ed Larivee of El Paso, TX , Ned Larivee and his wife Michele of Absecon, NJ, and Joanna Sestilio and her husband Chris, and their daughter Sofia of Sudbury, MA.  She is predeceased by her son Ted Larivee who is survived by his wife, Michele, and their children Joseph and Jonathan of New Milford, NJ. Dear sister of George Finn and his wife Sheila of South Yarmouth, MA.  Carol is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews and lifelong friends.  

A private memorial service will be held for immediate family.  An expression of sympathy may be mailed to 1101 Seaside Ave., Absecon, NJ 08201.

Posted by Carolyn Finn on March 26, 2015
You will be so missed! Your beautiful smile, your huge loving heart and your infectious laugh. You took my son who was added to this clan... And you made him feel special and welcome. He still had all the trinkets you sent him, especially the soccer playing glass figures ( even though John plays football) John never wanted to correct this just loved getting anything... You are a special special kind of lady and we will miss you so much. The Finn family of Plymouth
Posted by Erin Mary Finn on March 26, 2015
Aunt Carol equals love, cows, compassion, bows, generosity, crafts, dunkers cookies, laughter, copper, friendship, croissants, sarcasm and joy. A treasure is missing on earth, yet heaven is uplifted tonight with cow tales and key chains from Joe's Wedding. God Bless all who mourn her loss, it is a big one for the family and friends she touched through her endless kindness and giving.

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