Carly Lynn Haycock, 32, of Monticello, Utah passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011, at the University of Utah Medical Center.
Carly was born Oct. 18, 1979 in Moab, Utah to Richard L. and Debra L. Haycock. Carly attended the Utah State School for the Deaf and Blind Autism Unit in Ogden, Utah. After completing school she went to live in Monticello, Utah with her second family in 2001 and had resided there since.
Carly is survived by her mother, Debe; her father, Richard (Connie); her grandparents, George and Elaine Neusaenger; her brothers, Eric (Stephanie) and Dustin; her nieces, Kylie and Peytan; her nephews, Ethan, Brycen, Teyson, Griffon and Daylen; and step-sisters, Kelli (Jason) (Isaac) Sitchle, Chantel (Kenny) (Tyler and Mickelle) and Lindsay. Carly is also survived by her second family, mother, Nancy Dunow; father, Gary Dunow; sister, Krista (Eric) Davis; niece, Kylee; and nephew Tug, as well as her grandparents, “Gumpa” Kenneth and Maxine Christensen.
She was preceded in death by Garn and Shirley Haycock; Albert and Roberta Bussey; and John and Edna Reilly.
A memorial service will be held in Moab this spring.
We would also like to thank the nurses and physicians at both the University of Utah Medical Center as well as the San Juan Hospital in Monticello.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Utah State School for the Deaf and Blind, any birth defect program, or any organ or body donation program.
Carly was a special girl, loved by all who took the time to know her. She never met a stranger and called everyone a “goof.” Carly loved being outdoors, swinging on the front porch or sitting in the sun. She loved going for rides, especially on a four-wheeler or in the Jeep. She loved taking short walks, watching “Mash,” QVC, or any cooking show that involved Paula Deen or Rachael Ray. Carly always had her headphones on listening to her favorite music while reading her cooking magazines or supermarket ads.
Heaven’s Very Special Child
A meeting was held quite far from Earth.
“It’s time again for another birth.”
Said the angels to the lord above.
“This special child will need much love.”
“Her progress may seem quite slow
Accomplishments she may not show
And she will require extra care
From the folks she meets way down there.
She may not run or laugh or play
Her thoughts may seem quite far away.
In many ways she won’t adapt.
And she’ll be known as handicapped.
So let’s be careful for where she’s sent.
We want her life to be content.
Please, Lord find her parents who
Will do a special job for you.
They will not realize right away
But with this child sent from above
Comes stronger faith and richer love.
And soon they’ll know the privilege given
In caring for this gift from Heaven.
Their precious charge, so meek and mild
Is Heaven’s very special child.”