In Memoriam

Carol Ann Pardo (Kelley)

Carol Ann Pardo Kelley

Saturday, June 21, 2014 5:43 pm

Our beloved Carol Ann went home to her eternal rest with the Lord on Friday, June 20, 2014, leaving her legacy of love and compassion for all people.

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12/13/15 10:05 AM #1    

Lisa Sieg

Carol Ann was a leader throughout her entire life. Her spirit was contagious. She was always the first to start organizing our class reunions. Her death is a great loss to the community of Lockport and the Class of 66.

12/14/15 03:50 PM #2    

Deborah Parker (Carpenter)

Carol Ann was someone who was always kind and friendly to everyone.


12/14/15 05:14 PM #3    

Christina Brown (Parker)

Carol Ann was a beautiful woman who always had a lot of self-confidence. In high school when we had the silly superstition about wearing pink and green on a Thursday, Carol Ann wore such an outfit deliberately as a form of protest. She was kind and hospitable, insisting that I stay at her home for the weekend when we had our 25-year reunion. She was always a leader within our class. When we sat at dinner at the Lockport Town & Country Club at our 25-year reunion, Cariol told me, "Twenty-five years ago when we held our prom at this club, they wouldn't let us eat in the dining room. We had to eat outdoors in a tent, off paper plates." I thought about that and aked, "Is that why we're here in the dining room tonight, Carol Ann?" She replied, "Yes, it is."

12/15/15 07:01 PM #4    

Suzanne Sippel (Korneliusen)

Carol Ann was doing "random acts of kindness" and "paying it forward" long before those terms became popular. She was a genuine friend.

12/20/15 05:10 AM #5    

Chris Dix

For those of you who have already shared your heartwarming sentiments about Carol Ann online as well as the many other classmates who cared for her as deeply as she felt about all of us, I hope you'll be pleased to learn the Class of '66 made a contribution to Niagara Hospice this past spring in loving memory of Carol Ann Kelly Pardo right after we found out about her untimely passing in June of last year.

12/20/15 04:01 PM #6    

Dorcas Clapsattle (Kershaw)

At the last reunion Carol Ann and I talked about faith, and how she was completely at rest with whatever God had planned for her future. To me that was the greatest quality that she always displayed, and that was assurance in who she was. Her confidence could be off putting to some, but I always appreciated her honesty and strength of character. I am sad to know she will not be at our 50th, because if she could she would be there. I know we will meet again.

06/21/16 05:42 PM #7    

Terri Smith (Weber)

Carol Ann,

You “introduced” me in a dating way to my to be husband, Larry, recruiting us for your college “Kite making Project.”  blending physics and art.  We were bridesmaids at each other’s weddings, sharing each other's lives. You are missed.

Terri Smith Weber

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