In Remembrance of Carolyn J. Beynon

Carolyn J. Beynon

Carolyn J. Beynon

Moscow, PA November 8, 1943 ~ December 4, 2013 Date of Service: December 9, 2013





 



Carolyn J. Beynon, 70, of Moscow, died Wednesday evening in
the Regional Hospital of Scranton’s Emergency Room. She was the wife of David
W. Beynon, Jr. The couple celebrated 50 years of marriage on August 17th.



Born in Scranton, she was the daughter of the late Ursula Valenzano
Davitt and the granddaughter of the late Michael and Julia Valenzano. She was a graduate
of Dunmore High School and  was employed
by the Scranton Counseling Center, Scranton.



She enjoyed cooking and baking and especially enjoyed
bringing treats in to work to share with her co-workers. She will be sadly
missed by all who knew her.



Also surviving are sons; Michael David Beynon and wife
Michele, Massachusetts; Marc Alan Beynon, Fort Covington, NY.; a sister, Bernadette
Rozelli and husband Russ, Dickson City. Brothers; Leo Davitt and wife Janette,
Jessup, Philip Davitt and wife Rose, Stephen Davitt and wife Michelle all of
Dickson City and David Davitt and wife Laura, Jessup. Grandchildren; Evan
Smith, Carl and Heather DeCesar. Numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.



She was preceded in death by an infant son, David and
brothers; Richard and Michael Davitt.



The funeral will be Monday from the Carlucci-Golden-DeSantis
Funeral Home, Inc., 318 E. Drinker St., Dunmore with a service at 10am in the
Funeral Home.



Interment, Milwaukee Cemetery, Clarks Summit.



Friends may call Sunday from 2-7pm



 

 

 

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Theresa Marchese DeFrancesco
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My Deepest Sympathy
Reply #9 on : Sat December 07, 2013, 21:17:32
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Carol is and was a fine person. I grow up across the street and always admired her. She was a special person .she took good care of her Grandmother and her whole family. She will be truly missed and always remembered. May she rest in peace..
Theresa
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Reply #8 on : Fri December 06, 2013, 15:07:00
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Im so sorry.carol was friends with everybody in plantservices.we will miss her very much.we used to always try out some of her baked pastry she was a great baker .
Debbie
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Re: In Remembrance of Carolyn J. Beynon
Reply #7 on : Fri December 06, 2013, 11:48:45
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I am so sorry. Words cannot express how much she will be missed. I am going to be lost without her.