To my very dear friend. So many great memories from long ago. Dear family, Rick, and all, please accept our deepest condolences on such a sad loss, too soon. Our sadness goes so deeply because all we can see is the joy we once shared. May God give you all His comfort and peace. We know He will have already wrapped His loving arms around Carol and welcomed her to her eternal home. Love & Hugs from Debbie & Hugh Porter and Janae Billings. Carol will always remain in our hearts and our prayers.
My sincere condolences to you Rick and Abby, you are both in my thoughts. I met Carol when your family moved to Port Charlotte. We became co-workers and more importantly friends. Memories of Carol will never leave me, she was a very special person. May her soul rest in peace, she will always be missed.
My condolences to the family. Carol and I were best friends through high school. I have wonderful memories of Carol, Susan and both parents. Lots of laughs and hugs. I look forward to seeing Carol in the next life. If I can be of any assistance to the family, merely reach out.
I was a grade school and high school friend with Carol. She was smart and witty, even as a child. I saw her last at a reunion, many years ago. She was a fun person. I send my condolences to her family.
Carol, you gave Fr. John Ludden a big hand in rebuilding our beautiful St. Charles church after hurricane Charley. You then filled the church with your beautiful voice and encouraged all to sing. Your warm smile and gentle voice welcomed all. May you now rest peacefully. My condolences to your family.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Dear Abby and Rick, We loved Carol. When Dan was sick, she went to church everyday to pray for him. We will never forget that fact. Her prayers for him were answered. We enjoyed her voice during church services. And we always loved seeing her with her beautiful, warm smile - no matter where she was; she always shared her beautiful smile. We are so sorry for your great loss. You are both in our thoughts and prayers.
Carol was such a wonderful person and a joy to be around. I met her when I was a student at St. Charles and worked with her for years after in the music ministry. She had a beautiful voice and I always enjoyed playing music with her. I will carry many fond memories of her with me.
Such a great lady. Loved her walking Callie!
She will be missed
Ricky and Abby. You know that you mean the world to us as a family and Carol was very special. I remember when she came to my baby shower and predicted that Capri was a girl. I’m so glad to have gotten to know her and I’m so glad to be part of your lives
Please accept my heartfelt condolences on your mother’s passing. During your tenure at Charlotte High School, I had the pleasure of speaking with your mother a few times. She was always cordial
and gracious. Losing a mother is a life changing event. I think of my mom every day. May you take comfort in family, friends, and cherished memories, and may you find strength, healing, peace, and hope in the days, weeks, and months ahead. I remember you with great fondness and know that you are resilient!
Mrs. Michalene Perry
Carol & I spent a lot of time together at St. Charles. She was President of the Woman's Council, Coordinator at the school but the very best of Carol was her remarkable voice and the work she did with the choir I am so sorry for your loss. She leaves many great memories for me. I love her dearly.
Folks from southwestern PA are down to earth and like they have known you forever friendly. We would have loved to share in Carol's warmth and friendship. We know that many have shared her fellowship and will dearly miss her.
My condolences Rich. I remember carol fondly and as a serious karate enthusiast.
My sincerest regards,
I remember the good times with my sister-in-law. She was always so kind and caring to me. I will miss sharing a glass of wine or indulging ourselves in a Bloody Mary at my favorite beach.
When we first moved to Port Charlotte in 2004 and were searching for a Roman Catholic church to join, we found St. Charles Borromeo. Carol Swink was the cantor and her beautiful voice was a big factor in our decision to become parishioners. Through the years we discovered that her personality was as beautiful as her voice. She was always so welcoming and kind to our then small grand-children and they looked forward to seeing her with each visit. The music ministry at St. Charles has gone through several transformations, but none of them have equaled the quality we had with Carol singing. You have our deep sympathy at her passing.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.