Carole D. (Grundy) Frankel, 80, of Oakdale, passed away on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 in Mercy Hospital.
Carole was born on August 20, 1941 in Pittsburgh, a daughter of Irene Grundy of Georgia and the late Alfred Grundy.
Carole was lucky enough to be married to the love of her life, Albert Frankel. The two were blissfully married for 50 years. Carole and her husband spent a lot of time together and they truly enjoyed every moment. Together they raised a beautiful family that Carole was so honored to care for and so proud of all their accomplishments. Carole, herself had many accomplishments over the years. She was a published author of her book, “Please Don’t Ask About My Day.” She was so proud of being a published author. Carole was also very heavily involved in politics. While Jimmy Carter was in his run for presidency, Carole was an advocate part of his campaign. Carole was even fortunate enough to attended two dinners at the White House, where she kept many napkins with some very famous autographs on them. In 1980, Carole attended The Democratic National Convention as the first delegate from Oakdale. She was a passionate soul and proud of who she was and will dearly be missed by all her family and friends.
Surviving are her loving husband, Albert Frankel, children; Thomas Frankel, Tim (Lori) Frankel, Albert (Kim) Frankel II and James Frankel, grandchildren; Albert “Al” Frankel III, Logan, Shannon, Alyssa and Luke Frankel, and sisters, Vicky and Susan.
Along with her father, Carole is preceded in death by her sister, Becky.
All arrangements are private and have been entrusted to Thomas-Little Funeral Service, Inc. and Crematory, 5000 Noblestown Rd., Oakdale (724-693-2800).