Carol Ann O’Neil, 80, of Naples, FL passed away peacefully on August 7th, 2022, in the loving care of Arbor Glen and her family.
Carol was born in Lynn, Massachusetts to Michael and Lillian Bogosian on January 21, 1942. She graduated Keene High in 1960 where she met her love and future husband, Michael. She went on to earn a degree in Education at Keene State College. She dedicated 30 years of her life expanding the minds of students as a middle school teacher in Somersworth, New Hampshire.
Carol was always happiest while in the company of others. She always had a smile and great conversation for anyone she met. Her family was what was most important to her. Above all else she will be remembered as a devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend.
In her spare time, she enjoyed going to college sporting events, spending her summers in Hampton Beach, traveling with family and friends, golfing, reading, playing cards, and attending the ladies breakfast group. Carol was a member of, the Naples Women’s club, where she chaired the college scholarship committee, and Christ Child where she continued to support her passion of young adults and children.
Carol is survived by her loving husband, Michael, her Husband of 59 years; her devoted daughter, Kelly Fish, and her husband Dan; her brother, George Bogosian; her sister-in-law Kathy Bogosian and her granddaughter, Tori. She is preceded in death by her parents and brother, Michael.
In her last days, Carol was made comfortable by the wonderful staff of Arbor Glen and Avow Hospice. The family wishes to extend a very special thanks to the employees that went above and beyond to keep her comfortable. We are forever grateful for their warmth and talents as healthcare providers.
The family is having a private viewing followed by a cremation. There will be a Celebration of Life held in Carol’s honor on January 7th, 2023, at the Naples Heritage Golf and Country Club in Naples, FL.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer Support Network of Naples by clicking here
or Avow Hospice by clicking here
in memory of Carol O’Neil.