Carolyn Marie Ayers

In Loving Memory of Carolyn Marie Ayers Nov. 13, 1945 – June 2, 2021. Age 75. Graduate of Madison High School (1964). Carolyn enjoyed spending time gardening, reading, and most of all, with her family. She is survived by her daughters Dawn Tatangelo (Dino) and Lori Allport (Steve), and son, Scott (Toni) Ayers. Proud grandmother of Daryl, Danielle, Dominic, Brianna, Olivia, Jacob, Nicholas, & Dalton. Great-grandmother (Mimi) to Brayden, Ella, Easton, Cameron, Lincoln, & Maylee. Dear sister of Sally (Doug) Denhard and aunt to Robyn & Mark. Carloyn was always devoted to her family and friends, never missing a moment, and she will be truly missed.

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  1. A very unconventional grandma. Couldn’t cook at all, wasn’t very organized, neat or clean. Didn’t give you random money. Lol. But, what you did get from her was an ear whenever you needed it, her time, a hug, kiss, or a weight watchers cookie, lol. The good stuff. She loved all music (new and old) she was eccentric as hell. Gluing trolls to her dashboard in the 80’s. Double taping every blockbuster release, television series or movie of the week through the 90’s and putting fake plants in the outside garden when you lived with us. She was one of a kind, she loved my kids to death and they loved her. She really helped us out with Brayden and Ella and if hershi could talk she’d probably call her Mimi too. She was sweet funny and firey and I’m going to miss her.

  2. Carolyn was truly a good person with a kind heart and a good sense of humor. My talks with her around Toni and Scott’s kitchen table, always centered around family. She loved hers, and she held them on the highest of pedestals. Of course, we all knew that wasn’t easy for her considering she had to raise Scott. Talk about a cross to bear. 😀

    What I remember most is how her children loved to kid her, and how well she took a joke. In the Ayers family, this is an essential requirement. The other family members must have inherited this a trait because they are one of the funniest families I’ve ever had the pleasure to hang out with (little is off limits when teasing each other). Carolyn would just sit back and smile.

    Carolyn always treated our family like her own. There were no awkward moments like at some family parties when in-laws of in-laws get together. She was very down to earth. She set the tone. She will be missed dearly. Rest In Peace Carolyn.

  3. Message to my mom, I’m sorry for being a horrible teenager, thinking I knew more than you, but you never judged me or said I was a terrible person you just loved me and let me figure it out, you were gracious to my friends and always made them feel welcome, our house was where all the neighborhood kids would flock to and you wouldn’t of had it any other way. I know you always wanted to do more for us, but I wouldn’t change a thing about my childhood as Loretta Lynn sang “ we were poor but we had love “. So goodnight, love you, see you. I love you Mom❤️

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