Carol Truscott age 67, died on Thursday, January 5, 2012 at the Milford Regional Medical Center in Milford after complications with pneumonia and a long battle from Cushing’s Disease and Asthma. Carol was born in Geneva, NY on November 16, 1944. She is the daughter of late William and Gladys (Buss) Monteverdi. She and her husband Wes were married on November 20, 1964 in Durham, NH. She has been a resident of Medway for the past thirty years.
Carol brought so much to this life and will be celebrated and missed by those left behind; Husband Charles John Wesley “Wes” Truscott III, Sons Charles J.W. Truscott IV of Blackstone, William F. “Frank” Truscott of Bellingham, Eric A. Truscott of Seneca Falls, NY, Stuart C. Truscott of Foxborough, Andrew A. Truscott of Idaho Falls, ID and Timothy B.C. Truscott of Attleboro. She also leaves behind 14 wonderful grandchildren who adore her and are the crowning achievement of her life. Sister of Linda Kuehn of Liviona, NY, William Monteverdi of Rochester, NY and the late Beth Monteverdi.
Carol always believed the crowning achievement of her life was her family. It can be found in all she did. She was a devoted member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, a member of the Relief Society, and Temple Ordinance worker. But more important than membership was Carol’s abiding love for the Savior Jesus Christ. It was always shown in all that she did and most importantly her interactions with others. Those who love her most will miss her infectious smile.
Carol was also an accomplished composer and musician. Her accomplishments started young as she was the organist for the Episcopal Church in Seneca Falls, NY while still in High School and remained the organist for the churches to which she belonged her entire life. She graduated from University of New Hampshire in Music and Composition. Carol began teaching piano lessons and has blessed the lives of hundreds of students throughout the forty plus years of her career. Her devotion to teaching also included the composing of music for each student. Her compositions have brought joy and comfort to those for whom she mentored and left behind.
Carol had a love for learning and had many hobbies; Family History Librarian, Genealogy, Temple Work, Reading, Certified Emotion Code Therapist, and Edible Wild Foods.
Relatives and friends are invited to calling hours on Tuesday, January 10, 2012 from 4-8 PM at the Roberts and Sons Funeral Home, 30 South Street, Foxborough, MA. A funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 10 AM at the Franklin Ward Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 91 Jordan Road in Franklin, MA. Burial to follow at Rock Hill Cemetery in Foxborough, MA. For additional information please contact 508-543-5471.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Carol’s memory may be made to the following;
LDS Philanthropies 15 East South Temple Second Floor East, Salt Lake City, UT 84150
Care of Temple Patron Assistance Fund.
UNH Foundation John S. Elliott Alumni Center, Durham, N.H. 03824
Care of Music Department.