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Carolyn G. "Sis" (Driscoll) Kling
  • In lieu of flowers, a donation to The Elizabeth Seton Residence, Attn: Lori Ferrante, Administrator 125 Oakland St. Wellesley Hills, MA 02481-5338, in memory of Carolyn would be greatly appreciated.

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To all the Driscoll and Kling Families. We were very sorry to read of Sis's passing.
Remember her well from Our Lady's School and Church. Although we live on the Cape, we did get to see her at the funeral Masses.
She will be sadly missed and we know that she rests in the peace of our Lord.
Joe (OLHS '51) and Pat Kelly

Posted by: Joe Kelly - Newton, Waltham, South Yarmo, MA - Classmate   Oct 22, 2016

Sorry to hear of Carolyn's passing. She was a lovely person and very friendly. I met Carolyn when I married Jack Brennan as Jack's sister Mary Jane a good friend she and her sister.. Please
accept my condolences for you loss. She will be missed at Our Lady's.

Posted by: A friend   Oct 15, 2016

Posted by: Barbara Brennan - So Dartmouth, MA   Oct 15, 2016

Paul, Brian and Anne Marie, truly sorry for your loss of your Mom. She was a great woman and some fond memories of her back at high school. Our sympathy and prayers are with you and all of your family. God Bless

Scott McAdam

Posted by: A friend   Oct 13, 2016

Brian, Paul and Anne Marie, I wanted to extend my deepest condolences.
I'll never forget your Mom from our High School years - she was the best.
You were blessed to have such an amazing Mom.
Brian, I'd love to get together with you sometime. Please reach out to me.
Steve Nugent

Posted by: Steve Nugent - Winchester, MA - Family Friend   Oct 06, 2016

Dear Anne-Marie, Brian, and Paul;

If ever there was an unsung hero among us it was your Mother. Throughout her life, she was a selfless, fearless, example of strength.

In her youth, she distinguished herself academically and as a student athlete. She married your Dad and raised a beautiful family. She and Uncle John balanced the right doses of love, example, and discipline and the results spoke for themselves.

She had a great sense of humor, a beautiful laugh, and

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Posted by: Phil Donnelly - Needham, MA   Oct 06, 2016

dear klings,
your lives have been so interwoven with ours. we have all grown up together.
caroline was such a star in our lives.
beginning with teaching mom and us to make her sour cream coffee cake, ( an ongoing recipe).
always being there for the family in any time of need.
she was one of the most generous and kind people it has been our privilege to call friend.
something you already know, but take solace in what an impact she had not only in your lives, but the lives of so many others.
we all loved her!
barb (Brandon) and kev

Posted by: A friend   Oct 05, 2016

Dear Paul, BK, and Anne Marie:
No matter what you called her - Mom, Grammy, Sis, Aunt Sis, Carolyn, or Mrs. Kling, your relationship with Aunt Sissy was compassionate, it was loving, it was friendly, and it was real.
After caring for Uncle John for so many years, she decided to continue to devote her life to helping others. Just an amazing person.
She drove her car until the day she passed and went out on her own terms. In speaking

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Posted by: Thomas Donnelly - Waltham, MA - Family   Oct 05, 2016

Our deepest sympathy to the Kling family, Anne Marie, Paul, Brian, Joanie and Phil,

We have been so blessed throughout the years to have "Sis" in our lives. She will always be remembered as a dear friend; one who always put other people first and was there for everyone at anytime. May she rest in eternal peace.


The Bill Bertrand Family

Posted by: A friend   Oct 05, 2016

Dear Joan and Phil and all your family - so sorry of your great loss.
Carolyn was one of the nicest people I'd ever met. Always a smile
and 'how are you' ? even through all her pain and sickness. It
won't be the same Joan not seeing you two together. We know
though that she is now pain free and enjoying her heavenly
home she so deserves. Love and prayers, Peggy Cleary.

Posted by: Peggy Cleary - Newton, MA - Friend   Oct 05, 2016