Carolyn L. Allen Livingston
December 5, 1930 - March 14, 2021
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Venice Memorial Gardens
Wednesday 3/24, 12:00 pm

Inurnment and a committal service will follow at 12 Noon, March 24, 2021 at Venice Memorial Gardens, Venice, Florida.

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St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church
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Wednesday 3/24, 10:00 am

A Memorial Mass celebrating Carolyn’s life will be held Wednesday 10:00 AM, March 24, 2021 at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, 21505 Augusta Ave., Port Charlotte, FL 33952.

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Carolyn L. Allen Livingston, 90, of Port Charlotte, Florida died Sunday, March 14, 2021 at home surrounded by her family. Carolyn was born December 5, 1930 in Whitefield, New Hampshire to the late Ernest and Pearl Cliche.  She was a retired certified nursing assistant who practiced private home nursing.  She moved to Port Charlotte in…

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Jane & Rich left a message on March 25, 2021:
Thoughts and prayers are with you all through this most difficult time.
Jane & Rich left a message on March 25, 2021:
Carolyn was one of the sweetest most saint like people I have ever met. Even though we were not able to visit often coming from NH, when we did she welcomed my whole family as her own. She somehow filled the void of losing my mom by being a step-mom and grandmother to my children, who was a lot like her in the hospitality and love she shared when we would visit, always providing delicious meals, and taking time to enjoy playing cards as well as the talks we would have both in person and by phone. After my mom passed away, my dad was so very lonely and distraught. When a few months later he announced he was moving to Florida and remarrying, I was a little skeptical. Of course, Carolyn and Francis had been friends and neighbors of my parents for many years 30 years prior in Hampton NH when I was just a little girl. (I remember Nancy babysitting for my sister and I). But as things turned out, this was the sweetest love story anyone could ever hope for and Carolyn saved my father, George, from his misery. I believe he was equally as good for her soul. They shared 14 wonderful years together and were there through the good and the bad even as things got really tough with both of their illnesses and having to separate this past year. I commend her for all the devotion and care she gave him even when patience might have run out for some. She has always put her family first and it showed in the loving household she created right down to the last days with her own children and her beloved dog Toby. We will miss her terribly and thank her for the good memories especially when Patrick, Margaret, and Ben got to go down to visit individually and swim in the pool and go to museums, mini golf, ice cream, and other places with she and Dad. Our condolences to her sisters and children and other friends who knew her. My life has been richer for knowing her and loving her and I am certain she is with our Lord smiling down on us.
Russell Cliche left a message on March 22, 2021:
Even though we all knew this was going to happen, it hurt my heart to hear Aunt Carolyn had passed away. I always felt I had a special relationship with her. I would call periodically and she was so easy to talk to. We would laugh about sports or music or old times and each time I felt a little closer to her. Throughout my life she supported me in anything I did from music to sports to school. I feel very lucky to of had an aunt like her. I love you Aunt Carolyn and thank you for being someone special in my life. God bless.
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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