Carol Brandwein

Carol Anita Brandwein

February 1, 1944 - April 10, 2021
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    Sunday, April 11th, 2021 | 3:00pm
    Sunday, April 11th, 2021 3:00pm


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Carol Anita Brandwein (nee Kaynard), of Baltimore, MD, passed away on Saturday, April 10th, 2021 at the age of 77. She is survived by her beloved daughter, Tammy Caperon; grandsons, Ethan and Joshua Caperon; brothers, Jerry (Cheryl) Kaynard and Michael Kaynard (Cynthia Bledsoe); nephew, Matthew (Margaux) Kaynard; and great-niece, Helena Kaynard. She was predeceased by her cherished parents, Mina and Louis Kaynard.

Carol was a selfless person who always focused on the people in her life, not the things in her life. For more than 20 years she cared for her mother, Mina, who lived to be 106 years old. Just like her mother Carol shared a deep love of Judaism and her Jewish heritage. As the oldest child, she was always the one who took care of everyone. But Carol's greatest joy was her two grandchildren and she lit up when she saw them. In the past year she also delighted in watching her one year old great-niece, as a symbol of the continuation of the family.

Services are private. Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center, PO Box 17029, Baltimore, MD 21297.
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Ginger Silbert

Posted at 10:49am
I am beyond sorry to hear about Carol. We have know each other for many years and became friendly about two years ago. We talked on the phone and had lunch together. She talked about her daughter Tammy and her brothers who I never met, but heard nice things about. She was a sweet lady and will always be missed.
Ginger Silbert

Phyllis Louis

Posted at 09:04pm
I also got to know Carol through a maj jongg game. She was such a kind, warm person and I know she will be missed by all who knew her. My deepest sympathy to her family.

Maureen Davidov

Posted at 03:24pm
Carol and I met when she became a Mitzvah Mobility volunteer, driving Jewish Community Services clients to medical appointments. Her concern for the Jewish community helped others in need. It was a privilege to know her. May her memory be for a blessing.

Harry Roggen

Posted at 12:15pm
Sincere condolences to the Kaynard family.

Arlene M Burman

Posted at 10:31am
Carol and I played mahjong together until the pandemic put an end to our gatherings. She was a kind, lovely woman. May her memory always be a blessing to all her family and friends.

Pam Platt & Carrie Burke

Posted at 08:52am
We are saddened to hear about your mom. She was a wonderful woman who we enjoyed knowing. We will always remember her witty personality and warm smile. May her memory be a blessing and bring you comfort during these difficult days. Sending lots of love.

Robyn and Mark Horwitz

Posted at 04:38pm
Carol and I started as neighbors in a mahjong group and very quickly became wonderful friends. We immediately clicked. I adored Carol, she was so kind and very- very independent. Carol will be sorely missed by both Mark and myself. Her smile will be with me every time I pass her door.

Leslie and Neal Lichter

Posted at 11:47am
Leslie and I are so sorry for your family’s loss. May your mother’s memory be a blessing for you and your whole family.

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