Obituaries

Gay Ann Carpenter

May 22, 1942 - February 24, 2020

Age 77, of Warsaw, passed away on February 24, 2020 at the Wyoming County Community Hospital in Warsaw.

She was born May 22, 1942 in Warsaw, daughter of the late David and Mildred Bashnagel Hall. Gay was employed for many years at the former Mallory Timers Company in Warsaw and then served for several years as a teaching assistant and study hall monitor at Warsaw Central School.

Gay was an accomplished seamstress. She loved spending time in her flower gardens and tending to her beautiful yard. Gay enjoyed spending time with her family and especially loved spending time with children.

Surviving are her husband, Alvin Carpenter, with whom she would have celebrated her sixtieth anniversary in July of this year; her children, Michelle “Shelly” (Shawn) Mann of Castile, Monique “Nikki” (Stephen) Fornarola of Webster, NY, Jason Carpenter; her grandchildren, Shawn Patrick (Ashley) Mann, Jr., Brigett Michelle (Jeremy) Harris, Elyse Patricia Gayann Mann Coughlin, Charles Thomas Mann, Rachel Fornarola, Stephen Fornarola; great grandchildren, Owen Desmond Harris, Avery Michelle Harris; nieces and nephew, Tara, Tiffany, David and Vicki. She was the sister of the late David Hall and Sharron Robinson.

There are no calling hours. Gay Ann’s memorial service will be held Saturday, February 29 at 1 PM at the Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, 246 N. Main St., Warsaw.

Important Dates

February 29, 2020 : Memorial service for Gay Ann Carpenter - 1:00 PM

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Apr 2.20 from Ellen and Phil LaCroix:

WE are sorry for your recent loss.  Gay always had a ready smile.  Blessings to your family.

Feb 29.20 from Lisa R. Whiting:

Sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. My prayers and thoughts go out to you all. My family lived next door to you on Liberty St when we were little!!

Feb 27.20 from Jackie & Phil:

So very sorry to hear this news. Deepest condolences to Al, Michelle, Nikki, Jason and all family.
Sincerely,
  Jackie(Hall)and
  Phil LoVerdi

Feb 27.20 from TOM:

So sad to hear of Gay’s passing. She was always so kind, humble and pleasant, to greet me and say hello when I might be passing through town and happen to see each other. I am thankful for that ! My heart goes out to your family during this difficult time and pray for God’s Peace all ways ... always

Feb 27.20 from Rodney:

To Alvin, and the Mann, Harris, and Fornarola Families - I am so sorry for your loss of your dear wife, mom, mother-in-law and grandmother. Even though I didn’t know Gay real well, I do know some of her family very well and they must reflect some of her qualities such as Loving life, creation, people, God. Some may say that it’s God’s plan when we die. Here is God’s plan from his own words - Job 14:14,15;John 5:28,29; Psalm 37:29 - a resurrection to the earth - to love life, people,creation, and God forever.

Feb 26.20 from Shelly burns baker :

I am so sorry for your loss. We all grew up to8and your mom was great. Please tell Jason I love him

Feb 26.20 from Shelly:

I will miss you momma, more than my heart can stand

Feb 26.20 from Carolyn Van Slyke:

So sad.  Gay was my friend since first grade in St. Michael’s school.
  Carolyn

Feb 26.20 from Deb Hope:

Al,
When I think of Gay I see her smile, feel her hugs, and hear her kind words. I know she was your life and your love. Deepest sympathy to you and your family.

Feb 26.20 from Tom & Judie Heaman:

We are so sorry to hear of Gay’s passing. Hope you will take comfort in all the great memories you made together. My childhood was full of such fun memories with Gay and Sharron. Beloved cousins. Sending Al and family love and praying for all. God Bless. Judie and Tom

Feb 26.20 from Rosie Henderson:

I am so sorry to see that Gay passed. I always will remember her as so beautiful and kind. I was best friends with her sister Sharron.
God Bless.
Love Rosie