Celebrating the Life of
Carol Ann Hurt (Wolf)
February 11, 1937 - October 3, 2020
The Virtual Celebration of Life for
Carol Ann Hurt (Wolf)
from Saturday, December 12, 2020
To our dearest Carol with love....
from the Razuri/Ongpin Family
God Only Takes The Best
God saw you in pain
And a cure was not to be
So He put His arms around you
And whispered...”Come to me”
With tearful eyes we gave you away
We loved you dearly
But we could not make you stay
Your golden heart stopped beating
God broke our hearts to prove
He Only Takes The Best
Carol is survived by daughters Denise Bowers, Lynette Karstadt (Davis), and son Richard Paul Davis,
sisters Janice Wheeler, Donna Westphal, Terri Bynum and Lisa Mackenzie; and life partner Christoper
Ongpin. She was preceded in death by her daughter Sandra Davis.
Her legacy is left behind in eight grandchildren, thirteen great grandchildren, and three great great
Carol was not cheated in life; rather, she lived it to the fullest in the most fabulous, elegant way. She was known for her love of shopping (especially shoes), her glamorous outfits, her obsession with wigs and new hairstyles, her thirst for adventure, her faith, her love of culture, and her magnetic personality.
Her creative ability was uncanny; she could turn trash into treasure, would spend endless hours sewing, making costumes for her dance groups. She made decorations and jewelry, which she would sell at craft shows or share with family members.
Dancing was one of her lifelong passions. She spent many of her last years participating in dance groups at Sun Lakes.
She served in the Air Force and remained an active member of the Air National Guard Alumni Association throughout her days.
Her passion for children was manifested earlier in life through the fostering of several infants while raising her own children, and in later years, when she served as a child advocate for the CASA court program in Prescott, AZ, as well as volunteering at the Childhelp program in Banning, CA.
Carol was incredibly giving of her time towards anyone who needed it. She always knew the right thing to say. She was a very strong woman who knew what she stood for and would be tough when she needed to be. She didn’t like being told what to do, especially when she was being told to sit still!
Her family meant everything to her. She was extremely close to her younger sisters; an example and a mentor, even though they found much pleasure in teasing her. She made a point to be an active part of the lives of her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Carol was the embodiment of elegance, family and class. She will be missed dearly by all of us who have had the good fortune of being a part of her life, but she will live on in our hearts and through our lives as we seek to honor her memory forever.
May God cradle her in His loving arms.