Deeply involved in the Marblehead community

Published April 1, 2020

MARBLEHEAD — Carol Joyce Moore, 72, of Marblehead, died on Wednesday, March 25, 2020 after a brief illness. She passed away at home, surrounded by her loving family.

Born in East Wirral, England on April 21, 1947 she was the daughter of the late Joseph Hopkins and Louise Denningham.

Carol was a graduate of Fisher Park High School in Ottawa, Canada, Class of 1965 and attended art school at Algonquin College in Ottawa. She was the owner of the artisan gift shop Shipshape in Marblehead. Carol was deeply involved in her community and was a member of the Marblehead Chamber of Commerce, the Marblehead Christmas Walk Committee and President of the Marblehead Festival of Arts.

She is survived by her brother John Hopkins and his wife Terrie of Moultrie, Georgia, her longtime partner Tom Albu of Marblehead, her daughter Stephanie Forrest and her husband Brendan of Wakefield, and her son Kenneth Moore and his wife Julie of Scottsdale, Arizona. Carol is also survived by her five grandchildren; Dale and Bella Moore and Maeve, Molly and Hugh Forrest.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date in Marblehead with details to follow. Family and friends will be most welcome to attend.

Her family cannot thank Dr. Jeffrey Gold of Gold Direct Care in Marblehead and Dr. David Braun and his team at Dana Farber enough for their incredible dedication and tireless advocacy.

Arrangements are in the care of the McDonald Funeral Home in Wakefield.