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Carlyn Cole

Carlyn Remick Cole passed away March 22, 2015, at Menorah Park in Beachwood, Ohio. Services were held on March 29 in Egg Harbor Township, NJ.

A native Philadelphian, Mrs. Cole lived in the area for 61 years.

She and her husband Robert L. Cole then resided in Atlantic City for 25 years.

Mrs. Cole was married to her husband, who predeceased her, for 62 years.

An avid reader, she loved music, crafts, slot machines and traveling.

Mrs. Cole was the loving mother of Candace (the late Phil) Figa of Aurora, Niles (Ann) Cole of Horsham, Pa., Quentin (Dena) Cole of Leawood, Kan., Tamar (Peter) Brosse of Cleveland and Penny (Scott) Triplett of Bradenton, Fla.; devoted grandmother of Benjamin, Elizabeth, Jared (Michelle), Leah, Heather, Melissa, Randall, Brianne, Ashley, Haley and Cady Morgan; and cherished sister of Natalie (the late Abraham) Gabai and Lloyd (Cynthia) Remick.

She was predeceased by her son Braden Cole.

Contributions may be made in her memory to Rodef Shalom, ADL Mountain States Region or the Alzheimer’s Assn., alz.org

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