WAKE:  Wed. Dec. 6th  4Pm to 7PM

MASS:   Thurs. Dec. 7th 10AM St. Thomas the Apostle Church

Carole Prescott

Carole Prescott, wife of Robert Prescott died Friday, December 1st at her home.

Born on March 18, 1938 she was a lifelong Norwalk resident and daughter of the late Bonnie and Alice Stephens. Mrs. Prescott graduated from Norwalk High School Class of 1956. She later was a waitress at Lums restaurant and John’s Best Pizza.

Survivors in addition to her husband are her children, Donna and partner Mark Guimarra of Redding, Tracy and Glenn Davis of Westfield, MA, Michael Prescott and his wife Lynne of Norwalk, Edward Prescott and his wife Jennifer of Norwalk, Eric Prescott and his wife Kathy of Norwalk and Paul Prescott and his wife Laura of Ellicott City, MD, 17 Grandchildren, 3 Great Grandchildren. She was predeceased by her brother, Robert Stephens.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, December 7th at 10:00 AM in St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 203 East Avenue, Norwalk. Interment will follow in St. John Cemetery, 223 Richards Avenue, Norwalk.

Friends may visit with the family on Wednesday, December 6th from 4:00PM to 7:00PM at Collins Funeral Home, 92 East Avenue, Norwalk.

In lieu of flowers contributions in her memory may be made to Whittingham Cancer Center, c/o Norwalk Hospital Foundation, 34 Maple Street, Norwalk, CT 06856.

  1. I am truly sorry for your loss. Losing a loved one can be very hard. May all of you find comfort and peace in all the loving memories you’ve shared together with your loved one. Please find comfort in knowing that God understands your grief and will strengthen a heart broken and crush (Psalm34:18)

    December 6, 2017
    Mike And Monica G -
  • My heart goes out with deepest sympathy to the family of Carole. God knows the many tears you shed and he wants to sustain you. In the Bible at 2 Corinthians 4:7 it says that God can give us, “… power beyond what is normal,” to go from one day to the next. This does not mean that we no longer cry or that we forget, but it means we recover. We can recover because of our hope. When Jesus was on earth he saw the grief that his friends Martha and Mary experienced at the death of their brother, Lazarus, the Bible says, “Jesus cried,” (John 11:35). Afterwards, he resurrected Lazarus. Everyone was so joyful at having Lazarus back with them. Jesus Christ talked about our hope in John 5:28, “… all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out.” Jesus was referring to the resurrection. This is our amazing hope that anchors us. Just like an anchor stabilizes a ship, our hope stabilizes us, keeps us from drowning in overwhelming sadness so we can go from one day to the next. It helps us recover and have the power to go on. Not only does God provide the Bible to comfort, he will also comfort you by moving people who care about you to give you help and words of encouragement that you need to hear. When he brings the reality of his promised resurrection, all your tears of pain will be replaced with tears of joy.

    December 6, 2017
    Marie -
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