Carol Anne Glasser

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Carol Anne Glasser

On the morning of April 11, 2019, after a courageous battle with Leukemia, Carol Anne Glasser peacefully passed away at the age of 69 with her husband and children by her side. Carol was born on May 6, 1949 in Seattle, WA to Alexander and Hilda (Anderson) St. John. Carol is survived by her husband, Robert, whom she married on March 20, 1971 and their 4 children Rob (Staci),  Brandon (Michi), Jeff (Macaully), and Kylene.

Carol was a loving wife and mother but the title she was the most proud of was Mimi. Her kind heart and love for life lives on in her 5 beautiful grandchildren Katie, Maddy, Maya, Seli, and Coen. She is also survived by her brothers Richard and Fred St. John of Spokane, WA and her sister Joyce Palazzo of Bothell, WA.

Carol was an avid quilter and knitter who loved to spend time with friends working on projects and sharing stories. Through her battle with cancer she took more to knitting than quilting and became a pro at making hats and shawls to keep warm. Carol loved to organize family dinners and outings where everyone could be together. She was always a

Carol and Benny

social butterfly.

Carol will be laid to rest in a private family service. Family and friends are invited to attend a celebration of life on what would have been her 70th birthday, May 6, 2019. More details to come.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that memorial donations be made to either Whisker City cat rescue in Shoreline, WA, a place Carol had planned on volunteering at in the future, or to support Acute Myeloid Leukemia research through SCCA. Checks may be made payable to SCCA with indication that they are in memory of Carol Glasser and sent to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, P.O. Box 19023, Seattle WA 98109-1023.

4 Responses to “Carol Anne Glasser”

  • Christine Solga Bradburn says:

    My deepest condolences to the Glasser family. My memories of Carol are always one with a smile. Heaven has received another angel. My thoughts and prayers are with you in the days ahead.

  • Ginger and Tim Franey says:

    Carol was a remarkable person with a loving family that never left her side. We feel honed and blessed to have known her. We send our love to each and every one of her family. May the love and lessons she taught her children and grandchildren last forever, and the memories of special times be in your hearts.
    Much love,
    Ginger and Tim

  • Bobbie Vedvick says:

    I’m very saddened by this news. A bright light has gone out for anybody who had the pleasure of Carol’s company. I’m so sorry to hear she went through the hard battles of cancer. I lost my husband a couple of years ago to this disease and it’s a hard one for the family to watch. I have such warm and happy memories of the grade school years working together and later reconnecting during a program she was heading. She was always so at ease in a leadership role and had such a way with people. My condolences to all of you, and special thoughts for Bob as he travels the stages of grief ahead. Recall your memories of as many funny and comical times as you can. laughter is a great healer and Carol would love it. She always had a fun story to tell.

  • Gretchen Martinsen says:

    So sorry to have just heard of this. Carol was the perfect neighbor and I so enjoyed our years of friendship when our girls were growing up. I’m sorry my work career and travel obligations got so busy that we lost contact. I loved our wine conversations. Again, so sorry. I miss her smiling face.

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