Carole Roberson

—1941-2011—

IN MEMORIAM

 

carole-robersonCarole “Fritzi” (Miller) Roberson departed this world Friday, December 2, 2011 from her beloved second home in Ajijic, Mexico. Born in 1941 in Chicago, IL and raised in Gobles, MI, she was a Graduate of Western Michigan and Shippensburg Universities.  She’ll be remembered as an astute business woman, a rabid historian, a fascinating hostess, and a boundless creative. She loved her family, history, antiques, horses, the arts and good gossip. Carole wrote short stories and was working on a screenplay. Carole was widely liked in her new home of Ajijic, known for her generosity to both friends and strangers. Carole is survived by her children: Marc (Lynne Ann) of Venetia, PA, Amy (Jeff Beck) of Melbourne Beach, FL, Brad (Jaya Sharma) of West Chester, PA, Eva (Christopher Rupp), of NY, and Sarah (Jeb Anderson) of East Berlin.

(Ed. Note: Carole had occasionally attended the Ajijic Writers’ Group, and was greatly admired for the way she so courageously got around town despite a serious physical disability.)

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