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In Memory: Carol Wesson

April 9, 2024


Carol A (Storm) Wesson, 81, a lifelong resident of Monson, passed away peacefully on February 20, 2024, surrounded by the love of her family. Carol was born January 15, 1943, in Fitchburg, MA to the late John E and Barbara (Connors) Storm. Carol was a graduate of Monson High School. She had many accomplishments throughout her life. Carol was a co-owner of Ceric Fabrication Co Inc of Ayer for many years, a precision sheet metal fabrication company; served as shareholder and Executive Vice President at Wesson Firearms Co. in Palmer (Formerly Dan Wesson Arms), A Director of Gun Owners' Action League, and lifetime member of the NRA.

Carol was an avid softball player in her younger years and participated in local adult recreational leagues. In more recent years, Carol enjoyed showing her Hackney Pony, The Fresh Price with whom they earned the titles of Canadian and Royal Grand Champion Pleasure Harness Pony at the Royal Winter Festival in Toronto, Canada. Carol also had a small but impressive Morgan breeding program (under the EQN Prefix including such lovely horses as EQN Coup De Coeur, EQN Lady Cordiva, and more). 

Carol cherished her role as a loving mother and grandmother. She spent much time cheering from the stands supporting Kayla at Morgan horse equestrian competitions, Morgan at soccer games and Daniel at modified racing at Stafford.

Carol leaves behind her husband, Seth K Wesson, their children, Judith W Candage and her husband John, Seth K Wesson, Jr (Kelly) and his wife Christine, Eric J Wesson, and his wife Shannon all of Monson; three grandchildren Kayla C Walker and her husband James, Daniel Wesson and Morgan Wesson, a brother John Storm and his wife Vicki of Conway, MA. Carol was predeceased by her parents and sister Elizabeth MacKay.

Funeral Arrangements were entrusted to Lombard Funeral Home of Monson, MA. A funeral service was held Monday, February 26, 2024, at 10AM in the funeral home with burial following at Hillcrest Cemetery in Monson.

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This obituary is courtesy of Lombard Funeral Home, Inc. in Monson, MA. Published by The Republican from Feb. 22 to Feb. 23, 2024.