Carole L. Davis

Carole L. Davis

March 04, 1944 - March 13, 2012

Carole L. Davis

March 04, 1944 - March 13, 2012


Carole Louise Davis, 68, was born March 4, 1944 in Brooklyn, New York and passed away March 13, 2012 at home in Foothill Ranch, California. She worked as an Insurance Claims Adjuster for General Electric for 20 years. Carole is survived by her son Richard Corona and his wife Kim; mother Mary Davis; sister Rita Picone and her husband Frank; grandsons Sean and Hunter Corona; nephews Larry and Eddie Picone; nephew Thomas Tortorice; niece Carol Omel and her husband Todd; great-nephews Frankie Picone, James and Alec Omel; great-nieces Kaitlyn Picone and Taylor and Christa Tortorice. Carole was preceded in death by her father Edward Davis and her twin sister Marie Tortorice, who passed away in February of 2011.

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5 responses to Carole L. Davis

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  2. My Dear Sister Carole it is very painful for Mommy and Me. The reality of you not being here with us not being able to call you on the phone. We did so much Crying to each other, We knew each other like no one else could. I will miss you forever so be in peace with Our Lord, Our Sister Marie and Our Daddy
    I Love You Rita
    Your in My Heart for Ever I Love You Mommy

  3. Cheryl Adler says:

    Carole: I’m sure you are at peace now with our Lord and your family and your suffering is gone. I want you to know I am praying for your family here on Earth as it will be very hard for them to live here without you. You will be missed so much. I want you to know that I am honored to have been your friend. I will always remember the first time I met you when Theresa and I came to stay with you in New York. I believe you were the one that actually introduced me to bagels with cream cheese and jam. I loved it and still do! We had so much fun back then and I just remember laughing a lot. You are a sweet, fun, and loving person and I will miss you. Please look down and make your family’s pain bearable now that you can’t be with them. I will think of you fondly and remember the fun times we’ve had together. Rest in peace. Love you, Cheryl

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  5. Dear Carol, childhood friend, adult friend. I hope it meant as much to you as it did to me that we hooked up before you left us. I felt you were waiting to see me and I was rushing to see you. You will always be in my thoughts.

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