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Carol A. Eckert

Carol A. Eckert

Carol Ann Eckert, 77, of Milford, NJ, passed away on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at her home.

Born November 23, 1942 in Easton, PA, Carol was a lifelong resident of Milford, NJ. She graduated from Delaware Valley Regional High School. Carol worked as an analyst for AM Best Co. in Oldwick, NJ, for over twenty years. She was a co-owner of Midway Garage in Milford, NJ, for many years, while raising her four children. Carol enjoyed the outdoors and gardening. She took pride in admiring her garden from her patio. Carol also enjoyed spending time with her step-daughter and granddaughter in Bethany Beach. She was a very active member of the Milford Volunteer Fire Co. Auxiliary and the Milford Historical Society. Carol was a lifelong member of the Milford First United Church of Christ, where she served as a trustee. She was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother and will be dearly missed by her family and friends.

Daughter of the late Chester and Gertrude (West) Pensyl, Carol is survived by her three sons Troy Holzworth and his wife Tina, Trevor Holzworth, and Travis Holzworth, her daughter Kimberli Holzworth, her step-daughter Kristin Tipton, her five grandchildren Kristopher, Austin, Mackenzie, Elliot, and Madison, and her great-grandson A.J. She was predeceased by her beloved husband Donald Eckert in 2016.

Funeral services will be private at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are under the care of the Johnson-Walton Funeral Home, 24 Church Road, Milford, NJ.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Visiting Nurse Association of Northern New Jersey, 175 South Street, Morristown, NJ 07960.

Condolences

From: Linda Kullman
You know my love, thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. As difficult as it has been your mother is at peace and still loves all of you. Just remember memories last forever and you will always have them to cherish no matter how difficult things get. I have memories also and cherished every moment I got to spend with your mother.

From: Kristin E Tipton
We will always cherish the time we spent together and all the great memories we made !! Those days and Carol will be deeply missed. Sending love, prayers and hugs. Tom, Kristin and Madison

From: Fran and Richard Petiet
Our condolences to the entire family, always look to your memory bank for the many happy times you shared. Richard and Fran Petiet

From: Quinette and Frank
We are so sorry to hear of Carol’s passing. We had some good times over the years with she and Uncle Donald and the picnics in her yard. May she Rest In Peace with Uncle Donald. Peace and hugs to you all. Quinette and Frank

From: DIANE SHAW
I will always remember your mother,Carol, who was so pretty with curls in her hair, as one of “Mrs. Blessing’s Girls” in our Sunday School class at First United Church of Christ. I’m sending my sympathies & prayers to all of you. Don’t forget to draw on your happy memories with her when your feeling sad. It will help. Diane Shaw

From: David Rounsaville
So sorry to hear the news. Carol and I go Way back. Of course since we were in the same DVR class of '61. So many memories together and especially her beautiful singing voice and our duets together. Patio parties outside and inside at Christmas with the Scandrols & Flemings and the precious Black Lab. I forget her name. I think Kimberli liked Johnnie Johnson, Chuck Berry's piano player? UCC choir & Class reunion get togethers, leading youth groups to sing folk songs at many venues including hospitals, etc in the '70's. I even sang "Fire" at Don & Carol's wedding up on the hill. and of course who could forget "Puff"for Troy or Trevor, their 'Fave'. Recently I sang on stage with Peter Yarrow the song's 'daddy' in Sellersville. He even signed my guitar. This is not about me but to share precious memories with the family. I will always miss Carol and I send my sincere condolences to her wonderful family. She was such a blessing to me and I will never forget her. A Beautiful Life. Thank you Lord

From: Isabel Blair
Troy, Trevor, Kimberli and Travis I am so sorry for your loss. I moved to Milford at the age of 10 and your mother was the first one to come up to me on the playground my first day at school. We stayed close friends even though I moved away in 1981. When I came up for visits or class reunions, it was she who I was with. We had always had a good time. We went through ups and downs together. Our families were also close. Meloni and Michael also send their condolences. I was sorry that I couldn’t come see her, thanks to this horrible virus. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. You will always be “family” to me. Love you. Isabel (Aunt Izy)

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