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9850 West Thunderbird Road
SUN CITY, AZ 85351
Phone: (623) 875-7500
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Carol Carpenter

Carol Lynn Carpenter (Hubbard)

Saturday, August 19th, 1950 - Saturday, March 28th, 2020
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Carol Lynn Carpenter (nΓ©e Hubbard), 69, of Peoria, AZ, formerly of Milwaukee, WI, died March 28th 2020, after a courageous struggle with respiratory failure.

Carol was born August 19, 1950 in Chicago, IL and was the daughter of John Thomas Hubbard and Beulah May Sesock (now Rosenstock). She attended grade school partly in Chicago, partly in Milwaukee, and partly in Phoenix. The family moved from Milwaukee, WI to Phoenix, AZ in 1960 to reap the health benefits of a warmer climate.

Carol attended Camelback High School in Phoenix, AZ between 1964 and 1969 and graduated with a High School Diploma.

In 1973 Carol married Willard Herbert Carpenter - born in Vienna, Austria and raised in New York, NY - and they had a son, Grant Carpenter, on November 22nd 1977. They divorced in 1981 but maintained amicable ties over the years.

Carol and her son Grant lived with Beulah Rosenstock (her mother) and Frank Rosenstock (her step-father) for several years. Soon after Frank's death in March 1991, she moved to an institution where her needs could be better addressed.

Over the years Carol maintained close contact with her son Grant and her mother Beulah (who had obtained legal guardianship of Grant), visiting and telephoning regularly and warmly. The bond between the three was deep and loving.

When Carol's son Grant moved to the United Kingdom in June 2004, she and Grant often kept in touch over the telephone, and he visited her several times.

Carol is survived by: her mother, Beulah Rosenstock, of Phoenix, AZ; and her son, Grant Carpenter, of Birmingham, UK.

Due to the current pandemic, there was no funeral. Carol's ashes remain with her mother Beulah. There will, however, be a posthumous church service when safe and reasonable to do so.
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Leslie Wahnee

Posted at 10:16am
You will be missed momma Carol 🌹

Fatima Muhammad

Posted at 02:40am
Momma Carol is what I called Mrs. Carpenter. I am holding back tears just thinking about all of the great memories I shared with momma Carol . β€œ I like when you call me momma Carol”, β€œ Even when I am a bad band wagon , you still call me momma Carol β€œ. You will never be forgotten momma Carol 😘😘😘😘


Posted at 02:42am
we with missed you mama carol. carol with take a staff bag to her room and put it under her pillow saying that it for me my husband got it for me. she with ring the bell non stop until a staff go there to her only to say she having a baby and needs help. when I sit and can hear the bell anymore I wish she can do it more and more.

Grant Carpenter Posted at 10:20am

Thank you! This means a lot.

Grant Carpenter

Posted at 06:52pm
Mom introduced me to Doctor Who, Neil Diamond, Julio Iglesias, Star Trek, The Twilight Zone, and the joy of grilled cheese sandwiches! She always tried her best to raise me when I was young, and for that I'll forever be grateful!

I love you, Mom!


Posted at 03:12pm

Carol was a woman of faith, and one after God's own heart. She was kind, joyful, funny loving, and smart.
Carol knew how to light up the house by cracking jokes, dancing with the staff, throwing her hands up in the air, twisting her waist and singing along "eeeeeeeeeehhh eeehhh" . At times Carol would dig through her make up, come out all bright, and dolled up, and tell the staff she needs a wig to finish up her look( in her humor) . We called her" QUEEN" Carol, because she best suits that title. Ohh how we will miss her. May her beautiful soul rest in eternal, and heavenly peace, and May God comfort you all through this time.

Grant Carpenter Posted at 10:20am

Thank you! This means a lot.

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