Caroline Ostrosky

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Uxbridge – Caroline (Lewcon) Ostrosky, died Monday, December 14, 2015 at age 93 at The Christopher House in Worcester after a brief period of declining health. She was born in Whitinsville, MA on November 24, 1922, the daughter of the late Mary and Charles Lewcon.

Carol was predeceased by her husband, Adam J. Ostrosky in 1977 and by her two brothers, Edmund Lewcon of Cumberland, RI and John Lewcon of Uxbridge. She leaves behind her sister Josephine Lewcon of Shrewsbury; her two sons, Paul Ostrosky of Blackstone and Steven Ostrosky and his wife, Judy of Shrewsbury, two grandchildren Lauren Warshavsky and her husband, Jacob of San Francisco and Adam G. Ostrosky and his wife, Briana of Verona, New Jersey and her great-granddaughter, Sophie Claire Warshavsky of San Francisco as well many nieces and nephews.

Carol was educated in the Uxbridge public schools and started her career working at Stylon Tile Corporation. She later worked for many years as a counselor at the Wrentham State School before retiring in the early 1980's.

Carol had many fond memories of growing up with her brothers and sister on a family farm in Uxbridge and her love of nature and being outdoors lasted a lifetime. A talented woman with many interests, Carol enjoyed gardening, sewing, knitting, hooking rugs, quilting and baking delicious pies. She was willing to take on any task, and she enjoyed having home projects to pursue. She particularly loved her home in Hopedale and was even involved in its construction. Carol also had a great love of animals, and all of the dogs and cats fortunate to live with her over the years enjoyed great and pampered lives. Carol loved to travel around the U.S. and throughout New England and particularly loved walks on the beaches of Cape Cod and Plymouth, MA areas. She also loved clamming and quahogging on the beaches of the Cape.

Funeral services are private.

Memorials in her name may be made in Carol's memory to NEADS (National Education Association for Dog Services), P.O. Box 1100, Princeton, MA 01541.