Carol Ann Weiss

Carol Ann Weiss

April 16, 1946 - March 16, 2008

Carol Ann Weiss

April 16, 1946 - March 16, 2008


Carol Ann Weiss, April 16, 1946 – March 16, 2008. Carol passed away on Palm Sunday, the same day that she lost her beloved daughter, Bernadette, thirty years ago. Survived by her husband, Tom; sons, Thomas and Robert; her mother, Eleanor; brother, Bernie; sisters, Judy and Lynn; and five grandchildren. Throughout her life Carol was committed to helping the less fortunate. As a young girl she was a member of the Catholic Church Legion of Mary, helping disabled children. Later in life she was a soccer Mom, a football Mom, a Cub Scout Mom, a Boy Scout Mom and a member of the Florida Jaycees. She devoted countless hours to help and raise money for charitable organizations. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Maryland Chapter, 10155 York Road, Suite 101, Cockeysville, MD 21030. Viewing to be held March 19, 7 pm to 9 pm at O’Connor Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Pkwy., Laguna Hills. Funeral Service at O’Connor Mortuary to be held March 20, 10 am, followed by interment at El Toro Memorial Park.

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4 responses to Carol Ann Weiss

  1. Aunt Carol, I am so glad that you are finally at peace and reunited with Bernadette. All of us left on earth love you and thank you for touching our lives. I love you and will think of you each and every day. I will see your face always in my husband’s and daughter’s eyes. I will love you forever and ever. God Protect Us All Today and Always. Love your brat baby, Lisa

  2. It is comforting to know that she is out of pain and home with the Lord! Thank God for the Holy Spirit to comfort us in our grief. God Bless you guys!


    Devin & Judy Doherty Family

  3. jacqui sands says:

    G.P.U.A.T.A! You will always be in our hearts! We love you!
    Brian, Jacqui, Kylie Rose and Brian Jr

  4. Carol,

    You will always be remembered in my heart. My childhood would not be the same if it weren’t for you. “May God Protect Us All Today” reminds me of you each time I hear it. You will be truly missed.

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