Carol M. Mamrak
August 21, 1956 - August 15, 2022
Visitation: Thursday, August 18, 2022, 2-4,6-8 pm; Devlin Funeral Home, North Hills
Service: Friday, August 19, 2022, 11 am; Devlin Funeral Home, North Hills
Carol M. Mamrak
Age 65, of Ross Twp., formerly of Erie, PA, passed away suddenly on Monday, August 15, 2022 at her home. Born August 21, 1956, daughter of the late Carl and Violet (Norman) Mayhew. Beloved wife of George Mamrak for 41 years; loving mother of Crista and Carly Mamrak; sister of Bill (Amy) Mayhew, and the late David Mayhew. Carol is also survived by her sister and brother-in-law Barb (Bill) Benedict. She is also the loving mother of her cats Deke and Jeff and grand-cats, Seely and Leo.
Carol was still enjoying her career in banking with 44 years of service beginning at First Federal Savings and Loan through multiple mergers to her current home at Huntington Bank.
Along with her family, Carol was an avid sports fan and a regular fan at Pittsburgh Penguins games since the days at the Igloo. At the irritation of her daughters, she would regularly root against the hometown Steelers…she was an avid Vikings fan!
She loved to travel and visit new places, including her last trip to Canada to see the falls. Road trips were standard vacation time to explore and enjoy nature and she regularly would take rides through North Park to see the wildlife.
Her favorite spot was on the back patio in her rocker with her cup of coffee and the latest mystery she picked up at the library. The backyard creatures brought entertainment for her and the cats and most received names and were welcomed with hellos and a handful of seeds.
Carol made taking care of her family in their years of need a priority and the laughter she had with family and friends with dinners out, going to the theater and all-day shopping trips will be missed!
Family and friends are welcome on Thursday from 2-4, 6-8 pm at Devlin Funeral Home, 806 Perry Hwy., North Hills. A Blessing Service will be held Friday at the funeral home at 11 am with Rev. David Schmidt officiating. Private interment will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made in Carol’s name to Animal Friends, or The Alzheimer Association.Shop Gifts Print Obituary Share Obituary
Carol was a dear friend from high school in Erie. We lost touch as the years went by. I remember her fondly, her warmth and intelligence. My deepest condolences to her family.
Carol was always a very special person. She will be missed by both friends and family.
I had the pleasure of working with Carol through several mergers. Very smart lady, great family oriented person and coworker. Rest In Peace Carol. May all the memories you share help you during this really difficult time. Counting on you Carol to help the Pens bring home Stanley Cup this season! Go Pens! 🐧
So…so sorry for your loss
I was fortunate to have crossed paths with Carol working at Huntington. She was generous with her time, kind and patient. It was a nice surprise to see her recently at a work exercise in Columbus. It was nice to see her and have time to chat and catch up. She shared how she didn’t mind going into the office occasionally because she would then make plans with friends to have dinner in the city. Carol was a valued colleague who will be missed. May the family find comfort in their cherished memories.
I will miss you so much my dear dear friend. I will cherish the memories of our walks in north park, our long chats and our meals together.
I have known Carol since she started working at Huntington. She had the best laugh, best heart and was the best source of business information. I will miss laughing with her and going to her for advice. I was blessed to be able to see her recently and we picked up exactly where we left off. She often talked about her family and I know they were much loved by her. I would like to send my deepest sympathies, she will be greatly missed. #gonetosoon (we liked to make up # sayings so here is one more Carol).
I’m so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers to the whole family.