Carol Dawn Clark was born to proud parents, Marion and Blanche Clark on January 24, 1940 in Toledo, WA. and passed away with her children by her side on August 24, 2023 in Napavine, WA.
She is survived by her spouse “Terry Kandoll”, 3 children, 8 grandchildren, and 13 great grandchildren as follows:
Her son, Kevin Edward Hoyt, grandchild Devin Hoyt and wife Brandie, and great grandchildren Mason & Waylan. Second grandchild Zach Hoyt and great grandchildren Zoey and Ayla. Daughter, Teresa Weinberg and husband Chuck, grandchild Kimberly Lugg and husband Ian, and great grandchildren Job, Ruthie, Ella Beth, Ava, and Selah. Second grandchild Grant Weinberg and wife Rebecca and great children Jackson, Berkley, Lillian, and Oxley. And third grandchild Garrett Weinberg and wife Joyce.
And, youngest daughter, Crystal Rae Fisher and husband Paul. Grandchildren Tiffany Eville and husband Ryan, Tyler Spain and wife Emilee, and Kayla Spain.
She graduated from Toledo High School in 1958. Soon after high school she married Waylan Edward Hoyt in Toledo, WA at the Presbyterian Church on June 20, 1959. She lived in Gold Beach, Oregon and Alaska early in her marriage, and settled in Napavine until her passing.
She worked as mother and wife with her young children and as Pharmacy Assistant Technician in Chehalis from 1980-1996. She also took care of her two young grandchildren Devin & Zach until she remarried, to whom she was so proud.
Carol was widowed on August 16, 1994 and remarried to Terry Kandoll of Napavine on May 25, 1996. They were married at Bethel Assembly of God Church in Napavine. Carol was saved at an early age and served the church. She attended Toledo Presbyterian Church as a child. Raised her children in the Napavine Baptist Church, where she served as a Sunday School Teacher and sang in the choir, and later she attended Bethel Assembly of God Church and sang in the choir. Bethel Church had a “Singing Christmas Tree” that she enjoyed participating in.
As a wife she loved her husband, as a mother she set an example, and as grand and great grandmother she passed on her strong Christian beliefs and values.
She was buried at Fir Lawn Cemetery in Toledo, WA next to her children’s father.