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Carrin Lee Blomgren

May 1, 1953 – June 13, 2022


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Carrin Lee Blomgren, age 69, of Queen Creek, Arizona, passed away on Monday, June 13, 2022.  She was born on May 1, 1953, in Lewistown, Montana.

Carrin is survived by her husband, of 30 years, Keith Blomgren; daughter, Jennifer (Justin) Thomas; son, Joseph (Elisha) Schafer; grandchildren, Abigail, Devin, Gianna, and Avery; sister, Maria (Steve) Smith; brothers, David (Marcia) Greco, Mark Greco, and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.  

Carrin is preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Laverne Greco and brother, Frank Greco.

Carrin had many careers throughout her lifetime and ultimately retired from teaching in 2012.  Carrin was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother.  She enjoyed reading, traveling, shopping, spending time with family, and entertaining.  Friends and family would describe Carrin as a generous person who loved fiercely, knew how to make anyone feel welcome, and lived life to the fullest.  She will forever be missed by her friends and family.

A celebration of life ceremony will be held on May 12, 2023, at Keith and Carrin’s home in Queen Creek, AZ.  We will wear green in honor of Carrin.  Come prepared to celebrate her love for life and to share a story of this amazing woman that touched so many lives.

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12 responses to “Carrin Lee Blomgren”

  1. Mark Greco says:

    Carrin you were the most amazing sister! You will be missed by all that knew you! We will always be thinking of you in our hearts. Love you infinitely brother Mark!

  2. Ron and Nancy says:

    Carrin was also a wonderful and loving cousin. That generation of Greco’s, Durado’s and Viano’s all grew up together. I have many fine memories of our childhood. We all loved her and will miss her.
    We will not forget her.

  3. Debbie Sprague says:

    Loved her dearly and I miss her already! Forever in our hearts and now our Angel! Love and peace to Keith and her children and grandchildren she loved with all her heart!

  4. Ron and Nancy says:

    Carrin was also a wonderful and caring cousin. Carrin’s generation of Greco’s grew up with the Viano’s and Durado’s. I have very fond memories of our childhood. We will all miss her.
    She will no be forgotten .

  5. Lisa Chaplin says:

    I am blessed beyond words to have known Carrin and I am so thankful I was able to call her my friend. There are just no words…I will miss you.

  6. Maria says:

    Beautifully said. Love you all so much.

  7. Julie Keiffer says:

    Carrin is authentic. In a world where so many people just exist , she actually lived. We had discussions about wanting to live our lives and just one day be done, no extended suffering, just live, live , live then done. That is exactly how she did it. Unfortunately that leaves those of us who loved her in shock with an empty space that is impossible to fill. I cannot stop crying because of my loss of a true friend. Her presence was fun, funny, real just authentic. I am a peripheral piece of her life and the pain of her passing is incomprehensible. I cannot imagine the pain of the people closest to her- my heart aches for your loss .
    Thank you Carrin for being so bright. You are my role model for the way I aspire to live my life. It has been a complete honor to have been part of your world. My gratitude outweighs my suffering from you leaving.
    Keith- she was in completely in love with you after 30 years. It was incredibly beautiful to hear her talk about you. My heart is broken when I contemplate your having to exist in her absence. I send you strength and love as you maneuver this.
    One of my people has left this realm and it is wake up call that life is fragile. Thank you Carrin. Thank you for the laughter, the friendship , the authenticity and even the lessons from your departure. You impacted me in a beautiful, beautiful way, Carrin Style!

  8. Brends McClure says:

    I don’t even know what to say. Just in disbelief. We had so many good times growing up, some I could share and some I will keep to myself, lol. My deepest condolences to her family. It was nice reconnecting with her on fb
    RIP MY DEAREST FRIEND

  9. Keith Brandsma says:

    I’m very sorry for your loss Maria, Dave and Mark and all other extended family members.

  10. Sherraine Davenport-Mason says:

    My deepest sympathy to the Blomgren family.

  11. Cheryl Johnston Startup says:

    I went to school I sunnyside with Karen. She was a good person. She will be miss by all that knew her. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

  12. Janet & ron hutchinson says:

    We had so many good & memorable times with you rest in peace

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Carrin Lee Blomgren

May 1, 1953 – June 13, 2022


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Carrin Lee Blomgren, age 69, of Queen Creek, Arizona, passed away on Monday, June 13, 2022.  She was born on May 1, 1953, in Lewistown, Montana.

Carrin is survived by her husband, of 30 years, Keith Blomgren; daughter, Jennifer (Justin) Thomas; son, Joseph (Elisha) Schafer; grandchildren, Abigail, Devin, Gianna, and Avery; sister, Maria (Steve) Smith; brothers, David (Marcia) Greco, Mark Greco, and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.  

Carrin is preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Laverne Greco and brother, Frank Greco.

Carrin had many careers throughout her lifetime and ultimately retired from teaching in 2012.  Carrin was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother.  She enjoyed reading, traveling, shopping, spending time with family, and entertaining.  Friends and family would describe Carrin as a generous person who loved fiercely, knew how to make anyone feel welcome, and lived life to the fullest.  She will forever be missed by her friends and family.

A celebration of life ceremony will be held on May 12, 2023, at Keith and Carrin’s home in Queen Creek, AZ.  We will wear green in honor of Carrin.  Come prepared to celebrate her love for life and to share a story of this amazing woman that touched so many lives.

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12 responses to “Carrin Lee Blomgren”

  1. Mark Greco says:

    Carrin you were the most amazing sister! You will be missed by all that knew you! We will always be thinking of you in our hearts. Love you infinitely brother Mark!

  2. Ron and Nancy says:

    Carrin was also a wonderful and loving cousin. That generation of Greco’s, Durado’s and Viano’s all grew up together. I have many fine memories of our childhood. We all loved her and will miss her.
    We will not forget her.

  3. Debbie Sprague says:

    Loved her dearly and I miss her already! Forever in our hearts and now our Angel! Love and peace to Keith and her children and grandchildren she loved with all her heart!

  4. Ron and Nancy says:

    Carrin was also a wonderful and caring cousin. Carrin’s generation of Greco’s grew up with the Viano’s and Durado’s. I have very fond memories of our childhood. We will all miss her.
    She will no be forgotten .

  5. Lisa Chaplin says:

    I am blessed beyond words to have known Carrin and I am so thankful I was able to call her my friend. There are just no words…I will miss you.

  6. Maria says:

    Beautifully said. Love you all so much.

  7. Julie Keiffer says:

    Carrin is authentic. In a world where so many people just exist , she actually lived. We had discussions about wanting to live our lives and just one day be done, no extended suffering, just live, live , live then done. That is exactly how she did it. Unfortunately that leaves those of us who loved her in shock with an empty space that is impossible to fill. I cannot stop crying because of my loss of a true friend. Her presence was fun, funny, real just authentic. I am a peripheral piece of her life and the pain of her passing is incomprehensible. I cannot imagine the pain of the people closest to her- my heart aches for your loss .
    Thank you Carrin for being so bright. You are my role model for the way I aspire to live my life. It has been a complete honor to have been part of your world. My gratitude outweighs my suffering from you leaving.
    Keith- she was in completely in love with you after 30 years. It was incredibly beautiful to hear her talk about you. My heart is broken when I contemplate your having to exist in her absence. I send you strength and love as you maneuver this.
    One of my people has left this realm and it is wake up call that life is fragile. Thank you Carrin. Thank you for the laughter, the friendship , the authenticity and even the lessons from your departure. You impacted me in a beautiful, beautiful way, Carrin Style!

  8. Brends McClure says:

    I don’t even know what to say. Just in disbelief. We had so many good times growing up, some I could share and some I will keep to myself, lol. My deepest condolences to her family. It was nice reconnecting with her on fb
    RIP MY DEAREST FRIEND

  9. Keith Brandsma says:

    I’m very sorry for your loss Maria, Dave and Mark and all other extended family members.

  10. Sherraine Davenport-Mason says:

    My deepest sympathy to the Blomgren family.

  11. Cheryl Johnston Startup says:

    I went to school I sunnyside with Karen. She was a good person. She will be miss by all that knew her. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

  12. Janet & ron hutchinson says:

    We had so many good & memorable times with you rest in peace

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