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Carol Sue Trewyn

February 18, 1959 - January 28, 2020

Carol Sue Trewyn, age 60, died unexpectedly at her home in Holiday, Florida on Tuesday January 28, 2020. She was born at Good Samaritan Hospital on February 18, 1959, to parents, Edward Morstadt and Vivian Reid Morstadt. Carol attended John I Leonard High School. She grew up and spent most of her life in the Lake Worth area. In recent years she resided in Holiday, Florida.
Carol was a loving mother to Dane Trewyn and Carly Trewyn. She was devoted to granddaughter, Sophia, who was her pride and joy. Sadly, Carol never got to meet her newly born granddaughter, Alison, who was not yet home from the hospital at the time of Carol’s passing.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Vivian Reid Morstadt, and grandmother, Margaret Stuart Reid.
She is survived by her partner, John Thompson; her father, Edward Morstadt and his wife Helene of Wellington; her son, Dane Trewyn of New Port Richey, and her daughter, Carly Trewyn of Holiday; her granddaughters Sophia and Alison; her brothers, John Gagnon (Anna) of Ann Arbor, Michigan, George Morstadt (Laura) of Grand Haven, Michigan, Eric Morstadt (Nancy) of Jupiter; her Aunt Judith Reid Yemington of Austin Texas; nieces and nephews, Katherine Morstadt Neitring, Alexander Morstadt, Bradley Morstadt, Ryan Morstadt, Brian Morstadt, and Brittany Morstadt.
A celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date.

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