Born May 7, 1951 in New York, New York.
Departed on November 13, 2020 in Melbourne Beach, Florida
Carol Elise Eberlein (nee Gedamke) passed away in her Florida residence November 13, 2020. Carol faced many challenges but always found joy in life. She was an avid golfer, swimmer, lover of sunsets and live music. She lived life to the fullest.
She leaves behind her beloved husband Leonard who she loved fiercely. She was a stepmother to three sons and their beautiful wives. She was Oma to nine young adults, favorite aunt to her nieces and nephews and her life was blessed by her amazing friends.
She had a long satisfying career. She was a teacher, assistant principal, social worker, NYFD 911 counselor and transplant coordinator.
Due to Covid, a celebration of her life will be held at a later time and date to be determined. Please consider donations in her memory to the American Diabetes Association.
I was one of the lucky ones who had the privilege of calling Carol a friend and golfing partner. She was truly an amazing woman and I'm so blessed to have known her. Her life had many tribulations but I will only remember her huge smile and her joie de vivre! My thoughts are with you Lenny. We share your grief. Joan
It was our pleasure to have known and worked with Carol in Montauk. Carol was intelligent, kind and very upbeat. May she rest in peace. Our condolences to all the family, Ursula and Gary DeAmario
Carol was the Assistant Principal at Montauk School for a portion of my career.
She was a kind, sincere and caring friend to us all. Her strength and courage was inspirational. I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go to you all throughout this difficult time...
I worked with Carole at the Montauk School, and she was a wonderful addition to our school family. Such an upbeat, positive person. We shared many helpful talks.
I'm sure she will be sorely missed by her family and many friends. God speed Carol.
Ann Peterson .
Carol Eberlein was Assistant Principal at Montauk School. I worked very closely with her. My sincere condolences to her family.