Friday, October 26, 2007
Remembering Carol Prenzler
She loved golf and painting - and so it's no surprise that quite a few of her paintings grace the walls of the Morris Country Club. But she also painted a variety of subjects: urban street scenes, woodland paths, paintings of homes, flowers and still-lifes. In her later years she painted huge watercolors of flowers, reminiscent of Georgia O'Keeffe.
After Dad's stroke and his lengthy illness, Carol visited him often. She was always so much fun -- where Carol was, laughter was near. She would always brighten his day with a joke or a story. She was a special friend to my parents and after Dad died, I can remember telling her thanks for being such a good friend to them and how much my Dad thought of her and how he would want to tell her "thank you." And now that she's passed, what we'd really want to say is, Carol, thank you - for your love and encouragement, and for sharing your time, your talents, your laughs, and your life with us. We love you.
[Click here to read her obituary.]
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