Our beautiful angel mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and friend, Caroline Kimball Berrett returned to our Heavenly Home on Friday, February 27, 1998.

She was born in St. David, Arizona on January 5, 1923 to Crozier Kimball and Mary Lenora Roberts. Caroline married Golden L. Berrett, September 12, 1932 in the Salt Lake LDS temple and they lived most of their lives in the Union area. She attended schools in Draper and at Jordan High, BYU and Utah State. She loved the Jazz and BYU ball teams.She taught in all church organizations and especially loved young people and they knew it. She was Stake Relief Society President in East Jordan, Butler and Butler West Stakes as well as Butler 10th ward. She served as an ordinace worker in the Salt Lake Temple with Dad for a number of years. Caroline was a dedicated visiting teacher and loved to attend the temple.

Mom was a wonderful homemaker and seamstress. She taught us how to live and love and she prepared us with her unwavering faith for his brief time of parting. She touched so many lives and hears and was a haven of comfort to one and all. Her home was always open to whomever needed her special touch and listening ear. Mom simply made time for you. She had a unique way of making each one of us feel we were her most favorite. She is an example of eternity and comforted us when we came to comfort her. She never lost her fun sense of humor.

Survived by: Goden K. (Connie), Sandy; Merilyn Whittenburg (Raymond W.), Sandy; sherrell K. (Linda), Atlanta, Georgia; LeRoy K. (Mary), Hanford, California; Carolyn K. Green (Mitchell D.), Salt Lake; Brenda Dahlgren (Daan L.), West Jordan; daughter-in-law, Hallie Berrett, Salt Lake; 38 grandchildren, 59 great-grandchildren; brothers, C. Rodney Kimball, Provo; Reid R. Kimball, Eugene, Oregon; and sister, Bernice K. Cook, Logan. Preceded in death by her husban, sons, Vaughn and Chad, and grandson, Joshua.

Our family whishes to acknowledge friends and family who spent time and effort making mother feel comfortable. A special thanks to Sharron Clark, Kelli Green, Chad Berrett, Carrie Berrett, Linda Berrett, Donna Archbold and our sweet Aunt Louise Berrett who spent countless hours. We also wish to thank Dr. Phil Roberts and his staff, the IHC Hospice nurses Debbie, Sue Ann and Carol and her aide, Shirlene. Also the Butler 10th Ward family for their loving care and support.

Funeral service will be held Wednesday, March 4, 1998 at 12 noon at the Butler West Stake Center, 1945 E. 7200 So. Friends may call Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary, 10600 S. 1700 E., and at the Stake Center on Wednesday from 10:45 to 11:45 a.m. Interment Larkin Sunset Gardens.

Mom never met a stranger. To know her was to love her.