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Youngs, Carol December 10, 1942 - June 4, 2021

Carol Youngs, 79, of Hackettstown, NJ, passed away peacefully Friday, June 4, 2021.

Carol was born on December 10, 1942, to the late John and Margaret Keirnan. She grew up in Bronx, New York with her three sisters: Barbara Walsh of Toms River, Marylin Kiernan of East Brunswick, Linda McGrath of Bronx. She married her late husband Andrew Zeier in 1965 and remarried in 1991 to her surviving husband, Larry Youngs of Hackettstown. Carol is survived by her three children: Eric Zeier, of Lake Hopatcong; Kimberly Zeier, of Stanhope; and Christopher Zeier, of Hackettstown. She is also survived by her six grandchildren: Brooklyn, Andrew, Tommy, John, Isabella, and Elizabeth.

Besides spending time with family and friends, Carol had a passion for traveling and dancing. Carol was a vibrant and personable person that could spark a conversation with anyone as if they had been lifelong friends forever. She was a caring and dedicated woman who touched many lives with her acts of generosity and her love for life.

Family and friends are invited to attend a memorial mass at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 26, 2021, at St. Jude Parish located at 17 Mt. Olive Rd; Budd Lake, NJ. This will be followed by a Celebration of Life for family and friends of Carol at the Caffe Margherita located at 100 Route 46 Budd Lake, NJ 07828. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations are made to Noble Hospice Care, Warren Haven Nursing Home, or the American Cancer Society.

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    Kathy Leo says

    Sincere deepest sympathy to Carol’s family. We had the pleasure of spending time with Carol and Andy many years ago. Our friendships were formed at AT&T in NYC. We have a lot of fun memories that will always be cherished.
    Kathy & Joe Leo

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      Kimberly Zeier says

      Kathy & Joe ,

      Thank you for your heartfelt condolences it means a lot to all of us at this very difficult time .

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    Kimberly Zeier says

    I have smiled and cried since the day you left us . You were so strong and stayed with us as long as you could just for us . You had the biggest heart filled with so much love for us and for so many others .. you are no longer with us physically but will live on forever in our hearts in our memories. You fought so hard with many struggles just for us to be okay .it is time for you to live peacefully and dance in the sky . You will be so deeply missed and never forgotten. Until we meet again mom and my friend. . You have left us with so many memories to last us a lifetime and I am so ever grateful that you were my mom . Love you mom .❤️❤️ Your daughter Kimberly

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