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Carol Jean Palmeri

12/29/1937
07/19/2023

Carol Jean (Yeulette) Palmeri, age 85 of Ada, MI (formerly Allen Park, MI and Riverview, MI), peacefully was called home on July 19, 2023, with her family by her side. Preceded in death are her mother, Thelma Moyer; father, Russell Yeulette; sister, Judith Bari; brother, James Yeulette; and sister-in-law, Florence Nicksich. Surviving are her husband of 65 years, Patrick John Palmeri; children, Philip Palmeri, Linda DeAngelis, Patrice (Gregory) Lankfer, Emily (Dennis) Teed; and blessed with grandchildren, Mariesa DeAngelis (Thomas Baumann), Jenna (Tyler) Rich, Mattia (Joseph) Scalise, Patrick (Jennifer) Palmeri, Olivia DeAngelis, Alexandra Lankfer, Madeline Teed, Joshua Lankfer, Stephanie Lankfer, Elizabeth Teed, Benjamin Lankfer, Katherine Teed; brother-in-law, Edward Nicksich; and many nieces and a nephew.  Carol was born on December 29, 1937, and grew up in Wyandotte, MI with her family and many aunts/uncles and cousins. She spent summers with her grandmother and kids. For many years Carol practiced nursing at various hospitals. Carol and Pat enjoyed their family, especially the grandchildren. Her passions included reading, oil painting, the “roots” of words, “Club” and Jeopardy! Carol had a group of life-long friends who traveled this year to see her and lift her spirits. We are forever grateful to them all. Her storytelling will be missed by us all. A private service will be held at St. Robert of Newminster Parish in Ada, MI. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Emmanuel Hospice, https://emmanuelhospice.org/donate/.

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  1. My sincere condolences to the families of Carol Palmeri. I will always cherish the time spent with Carol. She was an inspiration of strength, love, creativity and energy.

  2. Carol was one of my best friends at Roosevelt High School in Wyandotte. She was a beautiful woman with a sense of humor, but I lost track of her over the years, mostly hearing small anecdotes over the years from other classmates. Blessings on her family at their loss, I have never forgotten our good times together at RHS. Mary Bazzy Hill, Ann Arbor Mi

  3. Blessings on her family. The angels welcomed our beloved angel into their ranks and into the everlasting reward of Heaven. My cousin, Carol, was caring, kind, thoughtful and loving. The only time she wasn’t kind to me was when she led me over a beehive that was under some planks near her country home when we were about five or six years old. In a photo of our dads in hunting clothes holding their ducks, we are looking at each other, and as Carol has said, “It’s the country girl 5 days older than the city girl.” I, too, will miss her sweet voice, telephone chats, her Christmas cards and the happy family gatherings when we were young. She had so many challenges and trials, yet remained incredibly positive. Janice (Steward) Hubley, Phoenix, AZ

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