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Official Obituary of: Carol A. Josephson 2/14/2021

Carol A. Josephson 2/14/2021

Carol Ann Josephson, 79, of Plainville, MA and Bradenton, FL passed away on Sunday, February 14, 2021 at her home in Plainville.  She was the wife of Robert Josephson to whom she was married to for 56 years. 

Born August 24, 1941 in Boston, she was the daughter of the late Joseph and Esther McLaughlin.

Carol grew up in Wellesley, MA and was a graduate of Wellesley High School.  She loved the beach and spent many summers with her parents and sisters in Marshfield, MA. 

Carol worked as a secretary for Raytheon Company in Newton, as well as Itek Corporation in Bedford, MA and the Foxboro Company in Foxboro, MA. 

She enjoyed sewing, quilting, and card making, but her passion was raising and showing dogs (Boxers).  She was a member of the Rhode Island Boxer Club, The Middlesex Boxer Club, and the American Boxer Club. 

In recent years, she loved spending time with her friends at Horseshoe Cove in Bradenton, FL.

In addition to her husband, Robert, Carol is survived by her son Eric and his wife Taylor (Scott) Josephson of Bellingham, MA; her grandsons:  Eric Josephson, Jr., Ethan Josephson, and Evan Josephson.  She is also survived by her sisters Sandra Walker and her husband Neal of Concord, MA and Janice Gonzalez and her husband Moche of Bonita Springs, FL. 

She was predeceased by her oldest son Robert Josephson, Jr. 

An interment for Carol and her son Robert, Jr. will be held in the spring.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Carol’s name to Parkinson Place, 5969 Cattleridge Blvd., Suite 100, Sarasoto, FL 34232

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  • The cousins, Carol, Sandy Jan, Patsy and myself, along with parents and grandparents all vacationed in Miami Beach, Florida during the winter of about 1955. We made wonderful memories remembered by all of us and spoken about with warm hearts for our time together. 
    May Carol rest in everlasting peace and perhaps have one more game of shuffleboard with my Uncle Joe, her Uncle Danny, Aunt Sally and Nana and Pa.
    Much love and blessings.
    Mary Lou 

  • Carol lived her life to the fullest. Her distinct voice, boundless energy and an overall caring, kind and fun loving woman. Her family meant to much to her. These last years were not easy , but with Bob she was safe and sound. Carol we will all miss you and all the fun we had as the ‘Biagi Bunch”. How lucky we were. Rest peacefully. Love Mary Lou Hogan Walsh ❤️❤️

  • My best friend and confidante, always a lot of fun, no matter how much trouble we stirred up.. She and I got into trouble all the time, laughed much. Now at peace, your bestie, Sheila

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  1. My best friend and confidante, always a lot of fun, no matter how much trouble we stirred up.. She and I got into trouble all the time, laughed much. Now at peace, your bestie, Sheila

  2. Carol lived her life to the fullest. Her distinct voice, boundless energy and an overall caring, kind and fun loving woman. Her family meant to much to her. These last years were not easy , but with Bob she was safe and sound. Carol we will all miss you and all the fun we had as the ‘Biagi Bunch”. How lucky we were. Rest peacefully. Love Mary Lou Hogan Walsh ❤️❤️

  3. The cousins, Carol, Sandy Jan, Patsy and myself, along with parents and grandparents all vacationed in Miami Beach, Florida during the winter of about 1955. We made wonderful memories remembered by all of us and spoken about with warm hearts for our time together. 
    May Carol rest in everlasting peace and perhaps have one more game of shuffleboard with my Uncle Joe, her Uncle Danny, Aunt Sally and Nana and Pa.
    Much love and blessings.
    Mary Lou 

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