Carol Ozminkowski



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Carol Ozminkowski

Brockport:  December 14, 2021 at age 81.  She is predeceased by her children, Crystal Drake; grandson, Timothy Drake Jr.  She is survived by her daughter, Anne Button; brothers, Richard (Cheri) Ozminkowski, Bob (Kathy) Ozminkowski, Tom (Janet) Ozminkowski; grandchildren, Melanie Catabrana, Brianna Button, Cassandra Bazan, Zeufrse Merkley, Brooke Drake and Payton Drake; great-grandchildren, Mathias, Justiah and Rosealiah Reisman, Violet and Crystal Button and Azalea Glenn; many nieces, nephews; great nieces and great nephews; loving family and dear friends.

Carol founded the Brockport Toy Shelf in hopes every child could receive a Christmas.  She served at the Brockport food shelf and helped many families.  She donated hand made hats and scarves to Golisano Children’s Hospital, hats for the homeless as well as various other places, cancer institutes, hospitals of surrounding areas.  During her life she was a company accountant and a very loving foster mother for years giving children homes filled with love.  She also stayed in Fiji and Norway as well as California for multiple years..  She was very caring and courageous and loved skydiving.

Carol’s Funeral Mass will be celebrated Tuesday, December 21st 10:00 AM at Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary 152 Main Street, Brockport, NY.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Golisano Children’s Hospital in her memory.   For more information and to sign her online guestbook, visit


  1. Richard Psyk on December 20, 2021 at 9:47 pm

    Never realized how accomplished and generous Carol was. Wish we knew her better. Thank you for informing us. Dick & Joanne Psyk

  2. Jeannine on December 21, 2021 at 3:55 am

    After reading the above beautiful tribute to Carol, there is no doubt that she is celebrating in the glory of God’s presence and love at this very moment. What a special and lovely person she was! ~The Meyers Family

  3. Melanie Reisman on September 23, 2023 at 12:49 am

    I miss you everyday. There is no one that will ever be able to stand in your place and fill your shoes. Everything you did for me, for us. All I Can do is be greatful and I want to thank you for being my life saver and coming into my life. I wish I could’ve gave you everything you gave me. Lord knows I was trying my best to follow in your footsteps. I just wanted to see you relax the rest of your years and take you on some more journeys before you left. What I didn’t realize is God knew you were ready for your last journey to him. It’s still too much to bare. I just cleaned your room out and I still can’t handle it. I love you grandma. You were my angel on earth. God took you too soon, well in my eyes he did anyways. He can argue with me if wants to and I’ll even tell him that when I get there. So you should remind him oh so politely I will admit I’m greedy for wanting you to stay but I didn’t want you to go. ❤️ until we meet again. I hope you’re enjoying the next journey xoxo xoxo your grand baby

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