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Carol Livingston

Carol Jean Livingston

Tuesday, January 1st, 1946 - Monday, June 8th, 2020
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To all who knew her, Carol was a unique, loving and remarkably talented individual. She was passionate from her artwork, to her love of nature and family. Her artwork evolved over the years from different medias to different subjects. Pen and ink drawings, watercolors, acrylics to oil all showing her own creativity. Still life, nature including flowers and beach scenes were included in her work. She was a member of many art associations.


Carol loved nature, found many walking trails on the Cape to explore and enjoyed the sights and sounds. She enjoyed daily swims at many local beaches. The Vineyard was another special spot she enjoyed for beaches, dining and special cocktails made by Donovan. She especially loved traveling to Florida in the winter to stay with family and swim in the gulf. She loved a good martini along with a nice grouper sandwich, while listening to a live band. Irish music was her favorite which she listened to at various locations near her home in Yarmouth. She had an eclectic group of friends, all unique and creative like her whom she spent walking and visiting with. She was also part of a bowling league which she loved and made many new friends there.


Anyone who knew Carol was used to her fighting spirit, whether over environmental issues, politics or sports. However, sports especially the Patriots was her favorite team, she would even travel to Maine to watch before all the games were televised locally. Her creativity had no limits. A “bucket list” item was to see a Patriots game at Gillette Stadium. With the cost of tickets, she knew she wouldn’t be able to see a live game, so she wrote to the late Myra Kraft and bartered - 2 tickets to a game, for a painting.


Of course, her favorite passion was her grandchildren whom she referred to as her darlings. She enjoyed each of them individually. Her sweet Emma, to entertaining Sean and spirited Avery. She took them on many adventures in the Cape, traveled to North Andover for their various sports and spoiled them with their first Disney trip.


Carol came from a large family; she was one of seven siblings raised in Reading Massachusetts. She graduated from RMHS and Vesper George School of Art in Boston. She was the daughter of the late Kenneth and Anastasia Livingston of Reading. Besides her grandchildren, she is survived by her loving daughter Christy and husband Michael Damour of North Andover. Her siblings Kenneth Livingston of Dennis, Richard Livingston of Irvington New York, Robert Livingston and wife Carol of Waynesville Ohio, Diane McLaughlin and husband John of Centerville MA, Barbara King and husband Kenneth of Quincy MA, and Jack Livingston and wife Sharlee of Chappaquiddick Martha's Vineyard MA. Carol had many nieces and nephews she loved very much.

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Arrangements are private. Contributions in Carol's memory may be sent to the charity of choice.
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Sandy Beaton Finnerty

Posted at 03:14pm
I am a friend of Carol’s from junior high and high school. We were part of a group of girls who met in 7th grade and did all kinds of things together—playing softball and basketball, going on long bike rides, parties, sleepovers, practicing cheer leading. She and I would sit on the floor of her room and play cards, mostly rummy, for hours. I remember she had a wonderful mechanical card shuffler. I was in awe of her drawing ability.

Mike Livingston

Posted at 01:27pm
The best and fondest memory I have of Aunt Carol was at a Christmas gathering long ago. For those of us who were adults, there was a "Yankee Swap" where people open a present and can then swap with someone else. At one of them, I don't remember what year it was, I opened a present and then swapped it for one of Carol's watercolors of a bird. It is still hanging in my home today and always will.

The fact of the matter is that Carol made the world a more beautiful place than it was before she was here, and for that we should all be grateful.
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