Carol Wyatt Kent

Carol W Kent (1)Carol Wyatt Kent was born on August 17, 1940 in Moscow, Idaho to Kenneth Kenworthy and Delores Wyatt.   Carol died peacefully on September 29, 2014 after bravely battling gastric cancer diagnosed in March, 2014.  Carol is survived by brothers Pete Kenworthy of Stevensville, Michigan and Paul Kenworthy of Hansville, Washington.  Carol moved to the Washington area when she was young and enjoyed spending time in the early days sailing with her family, playing at the Carol W Kent 3ocean and getting introduced to her first horse.

Carol had a lifelong love for all animals, especially cats and horses and owned and showed horses successfully throughout the years.   When Carol was away from work, she could usually be found at the barn or some sort of horse event.  Carol’s passion for horses carried over into her volunteering her time with the local Washington Arabian Horse Association and Woodinville Hollywood Hill Saddle Clubs as their Horse Show Manager.  Outside of horses, Carol worked in bookkeeping, office work and most recently real estate.  In addition to horses, Carol enjoyed watching golf and was an avid Seattle Seahawks fan.

Carol’s warm heart and witty personality will be missed.  Happy trails to our dear friend, you are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

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3 Responses to “Carol Wyatt Kent”

  • Kim Lohnes says:

    What an incredibly strong and beautiful lady. No one should have had to endure what she went through this past year and she held her head high right up until the very end. Carol, we shall miss you, your smile and your sweet nature…

  • Christine Viernes says:

    I did not know Carol for long or as well as I would have liked..yet I echo what Kim says…especially about her beautiful heart, her strength and that she will be deeply missed. I’m thankful she lived a full life, pursuing and experiencing that which she is passionate about. She blessed many, as she gave of herself to others (in more ways I’m sure, than many of us realize). I hope and pray her loved ones whom are grieving her loss, will experience love, comfort and the peace, which transcends all understanding.

  • Franklin L. Piehl says:

    Dear friend Carol,

    I miss you, your face shining always never let me know you where so sick. I knew you where gone. I will visit you soon and I love you dearly

    My best wishes to you your family and your family of frineds

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