Carolyn Rose Storrer Newton
-- August 6, 1946 ~ September 14, 2011 --

REJOICE AND BE GLAD!

Our most graceful fairy has gone home, a mother, sister, friend, teacher, wife, these words are not enough. Never have I known someone to touch so many in such a positive way. The out pouring of love could not be contained, not by her or the people who knew her. When we talk of her, share memories of her, celebrate her, she is there and always will be. When we need her guidance, strength and love her words will come to us. She is everywhere and a piece of her in all of us. Remember her, we will see her again.

Written by daughter - Amber Lea Newton Friedman

My first memory of Carolyn was when mom and dad brought her home from the hospital. It was love at first sight. There wasn’t a lot of room so Mary, Carolyn and I slept in the same bed. I remember that Carolyn always held on to my hand until she fell asleep. She was always the sweetest child, never cried unless she was hurt and was always thoughtful of others. Carolyn had the gift of love for everyone and I can never remember one cross word from her. She was the most trusting and generous person I ever knew. She was always looking for some way to give, share, or spread love.

She was baptized at the age of 13 by me into The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She graduated from LDS Seminary at Corona, California High School.

Carolyn had a very happy childhood never ceasing to look for the good in people and to help whenever and wherever she could. She had more life long friends than anyone I ever knew.

Carolyn we miss you, love you and look forward to the day we can all be together once more.

Written by brother - Norman Storrer

Carolyn was a diamond among people. One of the most precious souls ever put on this earth. Carolyn had the ability not only to make friends but to hold those relationships close for all eternity. She was a wonderful sister and expressed genuine love to everyone whether she knew them or not. I was blessed to have her chosen for my sister.

Written by sister - Mary Storrer Nygaard

Carolyn was born in Englewood, California to Marjory and Ezra Storrer the last of three children. Carolyn graduated from Corona High School and received an associate’s degree in Criminal Science from Chaffee College. She married her husband John of 24 years and raised 3 children. Carolyn was an active member of Fellowship Bible Church of Lindon.

Carolyn’s family would like to thank all the people who helped us on this journey. Your support, guidance and love are a gift we will never forget. There will be no services for Carolyn AT THIS TIME; we ask as a tribute to her, instead of cards or flowers, please make a $5 donation to No More Homeless Pets of Utah, her family will match every donation made up to $2,500. May her next journey be even more amazing!

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