Carol A. Dimelow, age 69, of Port St. Lucie, Florida, formerly of Hudson, passed away peacefully on January 6, 2020.

Carol was the daughter of the late Alan and Eileen Dimelow. She was a graduate of the Academy of St. Joseph, Brentwood, NY and Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY. For 23 years, Carol worked in the corporate trust business at several banks, eventually attaining the position of Senior Vice President at Key Trust Company in Albany. She then finished her working career at the Columbia County Department of Social Services.

Carol was a member of the Zonta Club of the Upper Hudson Valley where she once served as president. She then moved on to hold the position of Area 1 Director of District 2 of Zonta International. She was also a former member of the A.B. Shaw Fire Auxiliary where she also once served as the president. She currently was a member of the Newcomers Club of Port St. Lucie.

Carol was predeceased by her husband and best friend David S. Sagendorph. She is survived by two stepchildren; Scott Sagendorph (Toni Holze) and their children Kaleb and Blake, and Pamela DiStefano (Peter) and their children; Joseph and Caronia, as well as her brother in law and his wife Gregg and Julie Sagendorph. She has many cousins and friends.

Private graveside services will be held at a later date in Cedar Park Cemetery. Donations in her memory may be made to the Columbia Greene Humane Society, 125 Humane Society Road, Hudson, New York 12534.

To leave condolences for Carol’s family please visit www.batesanderson.com.

Johnson Newspapers 7.1

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