Obituary of Carole Ann Feuerman
Carole Ann Feuerman, devoted wife, beloved family member, and generous friend, passed away at 9:39am on December 13th, 2019 in Denver, Colorado at the age of 79.
Carole was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on April 15th, 1940 and grew up with her brother, Mark (Jeanette) Levinsohn, and sisters, Terry LeSohn and Kathy (Mayo) Corbett. As a child, she exceled in dance and gymnastics, inspiring friends and family with her talent and charm. She married Martin Fox and had three children: Michael (Gigi Pagani) Fox, Debi Rose Fox, and David (Andrea) Fox. As a young mother, she contributed to the community as a chairperson of ORT, worked in retail clothing sales, and dabbled in fashion modeling.
In the Spring of 1971, she resettled her family in Denver, Colorado, eventually marrying her second husband Don Rollfing. She completed beauty school, worked as a manicurist, and went on to obtain a real estate license to work as a successful commercial real estate agent.
Carole fell in love with Jerry Feuerman, and in 1979, they married. She continued work as a volunteer teacher at adult GED-preparatory night classes, where she was adored by her students. Subsequently, she owned and operated McCauley’s Hair and Retail Center—the largest beauty salon in Denver—for over a decade, bringing joy and beauty into many lives.
Carole was an incredibly bright and generous spirit who loved the arts, jokes, fashion, Chihuahuas, and, most of all, her family.
She will be missed by her surviving husband (Jerry Feuerman), children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, siblings, nieces, nephews, close friends, and the Jewish community of Denver.
Services will be held at Temple Emanuel Monday, December 16th, at 1:30 pm. Graveside service to follow at Emanuel Cemetery.
Memorial contributions to be made to charities of choice.