In Sandy, Utah, Carol Timmons passed away on January 23, 2023, surrounded by her loved ones, according to her obituary.
On January 23, 2023, Carol Timmons gently passed away in Sandy, Utah, surrounded by her friends and family.
On Saturday, February 4th, from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm, family and friends were invited to the LDS Chapel to celebrate her life with a moving visitation and funeral.
Carol’s mourners travelled to Larkin Sunset Gardens for a moving funeral service in order to celebrate and commemorate her life.
We will always be indebted to Carol for the support and love she gave us throughout her life, and we will cherish the memories we have of our cherished friend.
Carol Ann Timmons was a cherished neighbour as well as the matriarch of the large family she left behind. This amazing woman passed away in Sandy, Utah, on January 23, 2023, calmly and surrounded by those she loved.
Together with many other cherished family members, including her grandchildren, mother, stepfather, stepmother, twin sister, and brother, her husband Rick, children Hillary Westover (husband Ethan), Erica Timmons, and Matthew Timmons mourn her passing.
Although it is so tough to say goodbye to someone who is so inspirational, Carol Ann will be much missed.
Who was Carol Timmons?
Carol was the daughter of Ted Brown and Sandra Vos, and she was born on October 24, 1967, in Mesa, Arizona. She and Melissa Faber, her sister, were born as twins.
Soon after Rick graduated from Arizona State University, Carol and Rick got married. They travelled to many other nations during their exciting lives, including Tokyo, Japan, Singapore, Beijing, China, and Hong Kong, where they spent more than 15 years.
Carol had the chance to travel to more than 20 different nations while giving birth to her two daughters in Tokyo. She loved art and found other civilizations to be fascinating.
Carol was a skilled painter as well. Since she was a young girl, she has loved art, but motherhood has always come first. After a long absence, she painted a lot during her last few months.
Carol put her family first. Nothing made her happier than spending time with her two lovely grandkids and her children. If there was a chance to spend time with her family, she would put nothing else before herself. Carol loved seeing her son play the drums in his band, baking, and making art with her children.
Carol had a strong passion for helping others. She held a number of church positions, including Young Women’s and Relief Society President.
She also held the position of Stake Primary President in a Stake with a majority of Japanese congregations in Tokyo.
Her daily life had always included caring about other people. In her final months, she opted to focus on painting for others, talking to loved ones, and rekindling old friendships rather than her health issues.
As a skilled pastry chef, Carol cherished her time in the kitchen. In addition to other family enterprises over the years, she liked working with Rick and her extended family on the recipes for her family’s pie shop.
For 16 years, Carol bravely battled breast cancer that had spread. She felt fortunate to be receiving treatment at the Huntsman Cancer Institute, which allowed her to stay with her family for a lot longer than she had anticipated.
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