Carol Lee Andrews
December 26, 1936 ~ February 4, 2017
February 16, 2017
Carol Lee Andrews passed away February 4, 2017,
in Phoenix, Arizona. A celebration of life was
held February 10 at NW Community Church in
Carol was born December 26, 1936, to James R.
and Velma Grace “Jakey” Andrews of Copeland.
Carol grew up loving the community she was
raised in and has always fondly considered it
home. She attended Copeland School and graduated
from Bonners Ferry High School with many
treasured friendships that lasted her lifetime.
Carol married Donald Moline in 1955 and moved to
Spokane, where they raised their five children.
Working as a travel consultant in Spokane and
then in Arizona, Carol traveled the world,
visiting Greece, Jerusalem, Hawaii, London,
China, Turkey, Philippines, Japan, Hong Kong,
Canada, Nova Scotia and Alaska. Her love of
travel continued on through her retirement years
as she traveled by RV throughout the United
States for 15 years, experiencing great
adventures, enjoying new friendships and
visiting with family and friends along the way.
Carol was a true gift to her family; we loved
her smile, genuine kindness, her sense of humor
and her unlimited support and encouragement.
Our hearts are broken and the loss is great, but
we are so grateful for the time with our Mom,
Grandma, and Auntie.
She is preceded in death by her brother, Norman
(1934), mother Grace (1957), father James (1990)
and her beloved sister Judith (2011), who
remained her best friend throughout her life.
Carol is survived by her children, Shannon
Moline, Sharla LaBelle, Scott Moline and wife
Twyla, Julie Amick and husband Terry, and Jeff
Moline and wife Thess, grandchildren Stephanie,
Sarah and husband Dane, Leslie and husband Matt,
Alysha and husband Jeff, Kalab and fiancé
Brittany, Savannah and husband Eli, Jennifer and
fiancé Dustin, Sean, Andrew and wife Laura, and
Martina and fiancé Josh, and great grandchildren
Mahealani, Kainoa, Harlie, Isaiah, Drayden,
Liam, Mayjer, and Maddix.
Donations in memoriam of Carol can be made to
the Kidney Foundation of Arizona.