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Carolyn  Verhoorn

Carolyn Verhoorn

August 26, 1942 - January 4, 2020

On Saturday, January 4, 2020, Carolyn Verhoorn, loving mother and grandmother passed away. Carolyn was born on August 26, 1942 in NY. She became a loving wife to Donald Verhoorn and raised two sons Donald Verhoorn Jr. and Charles Verhoorn. Carolyn had a passion for baking and opened her own bakery to become 'Carolyn the Cake Lady' providing stunning wedding cakes and desserts for those lucky enough to go to her bakery. She raised two of her granddaughters, Amber and Crystal Verhoorn and took care of them. She loved them 'with all of her heart' and would do anything for 'her girls'. Carol had a passion for Aruba; she loved the island, its' culture and its' people. She made many lifelong friends there and would spend six weeks out of the year on the beautiful beaches of Aruba. Carolyn was known for her beautiful infectious smile, her kindness, and compassionate spirit. She was loved by so many and has left a hole in the hearts of her friends and family. Carolyn was preceded in death by her loving husband Donald Verhoorn. She is survived by her two sons Donald Jr. and Charles, her loving granddaughters Amber and Crystal, and Amanda and Alexis, her sister Yvonne, and several cousins, nieces, and nephews. <br /> <br /> A memorial service will be held on Saturday, February 15th, 2020 at St. Matthew's Church on 4th Street & Monument Ave, National Park, NJ 08063 at 9:30 am to pay their respects with the service starting at 10:30 am. Flowers or donations may be sent to 186 Cheyenne Ave. Mantua, NJ 08051.

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