Carol Brown Somers Bailey
Carol was born to Floyd and Gladys Brown in Salt Lake City, Utah on 12/6/1947, she peacefully passed away on December, 10, 2022, with her two loving daughters by her side. She grew up in a 1 bedroom modest home that was built by her father’s own hands during the time of the depression. Her fathers personalized architecture matched perfectly to scale for his beautiful family and was fondly recognized in doorframes if you happened to be taller than 5’3”. She was #5 in a family of 7 kids. She began her Career at Walker Bank in her 20’s. She was a dedicated leader for many
years until making her leap to Branch Manager, First Interstate Bank in Sandy, Utah. At age 50 she chose to pursue her education and soon after achieved her Bachelor’s Degree in Finance. After graduation, she pivoted careers and joined Wheeler Machinery until she retired.
Carol is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Richard Alan Somers, husband Arthur Bailey, Siblings Lillian Davies, William Brown, and Daniel Brown. She is survived by brothers and sisters, Robert Brown, Pam Mackay and Brent Brown, Daughters Julie Wright, Kimberly (Robert Jr) Popish, 7 grandchildren, 1 great granddaughter and 4 great granddogs. Carol is also a cherished member of Art’s family, John Bailey, Patty Christy, Aimee Bailey, Emilee Bailey and 5 grandchildren.
To accommodate for the Holiday Season, services will be held on January 3, 2023 at 2:00 pm at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 East 10600 South Sandy, Utah 84092. Friends and family are invited for 2 hours before the service to say their goodbyes.
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My thoughts and prayers are with you today and hope you can find your peace. Carol was an amazing woman and I am sure going to miss her. I will also miss all the videos of little Squirtle .
So Sorry to hear of Aunt Carols passing, Prayers for my cousins and family, loved Aunt Carol
Sorry for your loss. Aunt Carol will be missed
I'm so sorry. We met throughout our RV travels of long ago. As we were Thousand Trails members, meeting in Palm Springs RV pk. I've kept in contact with her in FB throughout the years. I shall miss her posts and pics of her doggie.