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6 August, 1943 15 September, 1991

From the Idaho Statesman

September, 1991
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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Carolyn Ann Lopez

    CALDWELL Carolyn Anne Lopez, 48, of Caldwell, died Sunday, Sept. 15, 1991, in a Salt Lake City hospital following complications from liver transplant surgery.
    Graveside inurnment services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, at the Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Caldwell.  Pastor Earl Barnard of Redeemer Lutheran Church, Boise will officiate.  Services are under the direction of Alden-Waggoner Chapel.
    Carolyn was born August 6, 1943, in Nampa, a daughter of Grayson and Phyllis Martin.  She lived the early years of her life in Boise, and attended schools here.  She then attended college at Corvallis Ore.  She worked in the Treasure Valley as an interior decorator until 1979 when she moved to Atwater, Calif.  She came back to the Treasure Valley in 1990, due to ill health.
    She was the hub of her family's life.  Carolyn was humorous, witty, loved life and lived it to the fullest.  She fought a dignified battle with a very long illness.
    She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and had been active in PTA in her early years.
    Survivors include three sons, Larry Hanslovan of Modesto, Calif., Lennie and Lonnie Hanslovan of Delhi, Calif.; a daughter and son-in-law, Lorree and Eddie Mendes; a grandson, Matthew Anthony Mendes, both of Atwater, Calif.; her mother, Phyllis Pied of Boise; her grandmother, Elsie C. Karr of Caldwell; an uncle and aunt, Weldon and Betty Karr of Caldwell; an aunt, Jean Geddes of Nampa and an uncle, Jim Martin of Washington.
    The family suggests that memorials may be made to any favorite charity.

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