Carol A. Tibbetts

AUBURN — Carol A. Tibbetts passed away late Tuesday, Sept. 4, at Androscoggin Hospice House.

She was born in Mechanic Falls and attended schools there. She lived in Lewiston with her husband, Earl R. Tibbetts Jr.

Survivors include her mother; two brothers; and two stepdaughters.

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KATHRYN PENDLETON's picture

Carol

One of the sweetest people one could know.

Catherine Pressey's picture

Carol Ann Hamel Tibbetts

Was worthy of much more than this small Obit, she was a kind hearted person that loved the lord, she was much liked by those that knew her, she was almost my sister, though only a Sister-in-Law Carol played a big part in the lives of my children one of the things Carol loved best was butterflies, she said they came out of their cacoons and brought beauty into the world. Carol was a great sister-in-law and the best thing that she gave me was her time. Carol would do anything for you! She grew up in our small town, and fit right in to small town living. In later years she married and gained step children that she loved dearly, and those grand babies were so special to her. For me sadly I must say untill we meet again, into the arms of the Lord God you loved so much go you Carol, make sure you save a place for me also. For those that were close in her lives I send my thoughts and prayors. Carol will be missed but never forgotten I will forever honor her memory. Take flight my sister Carol fly like a butterfly into the arms of our Lord.

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