Carol L. Black
Jackson Hole resident Carol L. Black ended her volunteering here on earth & passed away peacefully in her sleep on Tuesday February 9th, 2021. She was 86 years of age.
She began her journey on September 3, 1934 in Hannibal, MO born to Flora Bryan Epperly and Dorothy Robb Epperly Lochel. Her family later moved to Milwaukee.
Carol loved people and helped start 3 different drug stores in Milwaukee, WI where she had her children. She is survived by her son Keith Black (Kathy) son Kelly Black (Lisa) grandsons Garrett Black, Shane Black (Onneke) daughter Karin DiLulo (Thomas) grandchildren Torre Houde (Travis), Harley DiLulo (Camas) and Aspen DiLulo. Great grandchildren Taygan, Tyson and Talon Houde. Stepson James Black (Dawn) and their sons Dalton Black and Corey Black.
She will be dearly missed by her family and friends. A legacy to her remarkable life.
She lived for over 50 years here in Jackson where she worked and donated her time. She volunteered 16 years at St. Johns hospital, delivered meals for the Senior Center and later worked at their desk and served as a board member 7 years.
She belonged to First Baptist Church, The Order of the Eastern Star, the Daughters of the Nile, she was a Rebekah of the Odd Fellows, a member of the Benevolent Patriotic Order of Does serving as treasurer for 5 years. She was also a member of the Soroptimists and was well known for raising lots of money at the annual Christmas Tree Festival with her fantastic trees. She was awarded “Volunteer of the Year in 1997” by St. Johns Hospital.
She was a caregiver and helped whenever she could. She always said if you have a heart give a hand, put hands and feet to your prayers in God’s love.
Carol will be remembered as a good friend to many, always on the go keeping busy. She was known for remembering birthdays and other events, she was very thoughtful. Being a people person she also enjoyed being a local Avon Lady for many years. She was passionate about her Chow dogs of which she owned several over a period of 30 years. She loved her town deeply and was very proud to live and serve here in Jackson Hole.
Condolences for family can be left at www.foxfh.com.