Carole passed away on Thursday, May 23rd at the age of 82. She will be warmly remembered and missed by her family and many friends. After graduating from Idaho Falls High School, Carole was accepted to the University of Washington where she earned a degree in English Literature and met her husband Alan Beall of Seattle. They were married in Seattle on January 16th, 1960 and together, at age 22, boarded a plane for Honolulu where they have lived ever since. Carole and Alan had three children and Carole loved her life as a mother and wife, always surrounded by family. She was devoted to her children, teaching them to swim at Queen's Surf, always active in their sports and encouraging them to get a good education. Many happy times spent in the Country with bonfires at Malaekahana, tennis at Laie and Kuilima, sifting for Puka shells at Sunset Beach... and dinners on the way home at Crouching Lion. Carole was a lifelong reader, always with a book nearby, and in fact, with her mother, ran a bookstore many years ago at Kahala Mall. The "Book Nook" was about where California Pizza Kitchen is today. She also loved tennis and spent a number of years as the successful President of the Hawaii Tennis Association going on to become a respected leader in the Hawaii tennis world. Many of her happiest days were spent playing tennis with her friends and long hours spent playing bridge in her weekly games down at the Outrigger Canoe Club. She was loved by everyone. Kai Nani was the home that Carole loved dearly. She and Alan designed and built their home at the age of thirty in 1967 and Carole would live there for the rest of her life. She always welcomed people into her home and we all have many wonderful memories of gatherings with family and friends. More than anything, she loved her grandchildren and their visits were some of her happiest times. Carole will always be remembered as someone who most of all loved the people in her life. She was someone who family and friends knew they could always depend upon. Always the calm voice in the storm, and with a great sense of humor. So many good times and laughs. "We will always love you mom." Carole is survived by her children: Brian (Jennifer), Cristin (Brad) and Cory (Joanna); her grandchildren: Rebecca and Cooper, Alan; her sister-in-law Barbara, and her loving friend Eliza. To Celebrate Carole's Life, a gathering of family and friends will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 1st, 2019 4821 Kaimoku Way in Honolulu. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Hawaiian Humane Society, a charity dear to Carole's heart.
Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased