Obituary of Caroline H. Baribault "Dolly"
Caroline H. Baribault “Grandma Dolly” Born May 10th, 1931, died peacefully Wednesday June 2nd at 5:33pm with her loving family by her side. Dolly died 90 years young, and lived everyday to the fullest. Dolly will forever be remembered by family and friends for her yearly traditions she crafted of gingerbread men & houses, Sugar Easter eggs, and special birthday dinners bringing Joy to as many people as she possibly could.
The pride of her life were her children, Laura Sforza, Lewis Baribault Jr., Philip Baribault III, Michael Baribault, and their spouses, Michael Sforza, Cathy Baribault, James DeLorge II, and Debra Baribault. The true loves of her life were her grandchildren, Lewis Baribault III and Nichole, Victoria Baribault, Christina Baribault-Ortiz and Daniel, Raeann Baribault-Schwartz and Evan, Jennifer Paragone and Christopher, Michael Baribault II and Charlotte. Her shining stars, her 13 Great Grandchildren, Lewis IV, Lila, and Cody Baribault, Scarlet and Kash Ortiz, Eva, Zane, and Raven Schwartz, Anthony, Vincenzo, and Dominic Paragone, Kensington and Michael Baribault III.
Dolly had a passion for travel, church, reading, sewing, cooking, baking, and a love for beautiful flowers with the occasional secret trip to Augie and Ray’s for lunch! Even at 90 years old, Dolly Baribault was sharp as a tack, and an active teammate of Baribault Jewelers. She loved working with numbers in her office and showing up to work before everyone else. Her entire work family will miss her dearly every day.
Funeral service will be private and there are no calling hours. Dolly will be laid to rest in Neipsic Cemetery next to her late husband Lewis A. Baribault Sr.
Dolly led a full life of love, laughter, family, creativity, and purpose. She will always be remembered for her sky blue eyes, enormous smile, and warm hugs. XXXOOO.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, June 7, 2021 at 9:30 at Ss. Isidore and Maria Parish at St. Paul Church, 2577 Main St., Glastonbury. Masks are required. For online condolences please visit www.mulryanfh.com.