Carole A Forsythe

Born on April 3, 1940 in Los Angeles, California
Departed on April 27, 2021, in Melbourne, Florida

Carole A Forsythe, age 81, passed away peacefully on April 27, 2021 in Melbourne, FL. She moved to the Melbourne area in the mid 70’s to start a new chapter in her life.

She loved the theater & many forms of literature. She would often spend her time writing poetry and short stories. She was a published author that created many books for her grandchildren & great-grandchildren. She loved all her pets and was never without a cat to share her love with.

Other favorite pastimes included playing weekly card games with her friends, sharing meals with family & friends and quilting. She made many beautiful quilts that she shared with her family.

She was also a longtime Al Anon member and sponsor who touched many lives with her support and patience through out the years.

She is survived by her son, Robert C Hutchins (JJ) of Jacksonville, FL, a daughter, Sheri Anderson of Melbourne, 3 grandchildren Kelli Baird (Tom), Kate Snow (Robby) and Casey Baird (Chelsea). She was also loved dearly by her 7 great grandchildren Mason, Dempsey, Elliot, Casey Jr, Van, Ryan and Alana.

Private family services will be held at a later date.

Anyone planning an expression of sympathy is asked to consider the Brevard Humane Society.

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Carolyn Newby from Melbourne wrote on May 16, 2021:
Carole was a friend, having met through Scribblers of Brevard. I remember her warm smile, her friendly personality and her quick wit. I loved her poetry and stories. She wrote a lot about cats which she was very fond of. I will miss her until we meet again.
Yvonne Bluth from Cocoa Beach wrote on May 15, 2021:
Carole was among my first Fl Alanon friends. I enjoyed her gems and wisdom and Scrabble games! I wish her peace. She will be deeply missed.
June Johns from Gulfport, Florida wrote on May 14, 2021:
I will miss her. She was a faithful friend.
CYnthia Thorne-Wagner and Donald Wagner from Virginia Beach wrote on May 14, 2021:
You will be missed. Rest In Peace my friend.
Ellen Audelo from Melbourne wrote on May 13, 2021:
Carole and I were neighbors, and.she was a wonderful friend. Carole was a member of Mensa, and we loved to watch Jeopardy together, where she knew the answers to many questions. She was also very kind to my mentally disabled son and made him beautiful quilts with cats that he loved. She donated many items to NAMI for him.Carole was the Westwood Condo president many years, and because of her, we have a beautiful clubhouse and beautiful lights at our entrance, lovely sidewalk tiles and a refurbished hot tub. Carole was hardworking and extremely honest. She adopted a golden stray cat who became Ginger and gave her a loving home. I miss her so much. She was like my sister and an aunt to my son. When I look out my window and see her condo, it breaks my heart. There will never be another unique person like Carole, although she was greatly unappreciated by some of the neighbors here. She made everything she touched more beautiful. She knew the extent of her illness and bravely faced it until the end. She was a tough lady although in pain every day for the last year, and would say 'It is what it is." I miss my trustworthy confidant and her beautiful blue eyes and Massachusetts accent. She cannot be replaced.
Michael Couch from Merritt Island wrote on May 3, 2021:
RIP Carole, Our friendship was brief, but I knoe you were loved by your family. You will be missed.
Nancy Snipes from Indialantic wrote on May 3, 2021:
I've known Carole for 21 years. She had so many gems she had heard from various meetings. Since Carole was a writer, she took the time to document and write four pages packed full of gifts and insights to discover and bring peace to us all. Her love of sewing and giving to others brought all of us a gift of a handmade book bag. She took the time to present us with those gems. We always went to lunch after our meetings and Carole's favorite was the $4 Hamburger meal at Bernard's Surf. She and her wisdom will be missed by so many. May she rest in Peace.
Sandy rezanka from Rockledge wrote on May 2, 2021:
Carole and I were friends for almost 30 years. I could always turn to her for support, guidance, and friendship. We played cards once or twice a week for a very long time . She shared her poetry snd stories she created over the years - she was sentimental and loved Sherrie and just and her grandchildren so much - she might have sounded abrupt at times, but she was soft and felt deeply inside. She loved her cats - ginger will be lost without her - and her tiny creatures from fish to gerbals to tiny mice . They gave her such joy and pleasure. I remember her shopping endlessly for gingers favorite food which she couldn’t find anywhere but finally stumbled across the mother load and bought as much as she could. They were great companions. I will miss Carole very much ... after years of physical ailments, ....... Peace my friend 💕

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