Carol Ann Moody

April 14, 1949 ~ May 21, 2020

Carol Ann Hall Moody was escorted home to Heaven by Ron on May 21, 2020. She was born on April 14, 1949 and adopted within days by her parents, Albert R. and Annie A. Hall. Six months later, Albert and Annie also adopted Carol’s brother, Gene. When people found out that the two children were only six months apart and asked her father, he would answer with a wink “fast work” and then chuckle. Carol was raised in the Sugarhouse area and attended Rosslyn Heights Elementary, Hillside Jr. High and Highland High School where she graduated in 1967. Her father was a pilot for Frontier Airlines, so the family went on many trips all over the United States. Her mother was a Registered Nurse who stayed home and took excellent care of the family. After attending LDS Business College, Carol moved to Palm Springs, California where she lived with her “second family” the Halls. She soon ventured out on her own (in the middle of the night) with a little help from her cousin, Kent.
Carol went on to work at the Desert Hospital as a Unit Clerk in the ER which she thoroughly enjoyed. Soon after her move to Palm Springs, Carol started attending church there and met Sister Doris Moody. Little did she know at that time that she would soon find the love of her life. Doris had mentioned that her son, John, was serving his LDS mission in Scotland and she asked if Carol would like to write to him. John and Carol corresponded throughout his remaining year in Scotland. Three days after his arrival home, he asked for Carol’s hand in marriage and the two were married three months later in the LA Temple. This was truly a marriage “made in heaven”.
The couple bought their first home in Palm Springs and lived there just over a year. After their first son, Robert, was born, the family decided to move to Utah, feeling that it would be a good place to raise their family. Three more sons, Rick, Ron and Roger, were born into the family. Carol felt so blessed to be a mom. While the boys were growing up, Carol chose to stay home. She helped out by taking care of other children in her home and then later in childcare centers. The family first lived in Sugarhouse. They then bought a house in Sandy where Carol’s father lived in the finished basement apartment for 12 years until he passed away a few months after breaking his hip. They then moved to South Jordan where they built a home. Soon realizing that this house was not a good fit to do the “grandparent thing” they moved into the basement apartment of Roger and Hilary’s home back in Sandy.
The joys in Carol’s life have been her dear husband, John, their sons and their families. The toughest time in Carol’s life was in September 1997 when their 21 year old son, Ron, died from suicide. She has been awaiting their reunion for a long time. Carol was a constant supporter of the LGBTQ community long before her eldest son, Robert came out to them when he was 17, they all had her heart. She was so thankful to be a Nana to such perfect grandchildren, Alexander and Olivia. They have always been such a delight for her. Carol was thankful for all she had learned in her life and for those lives that have touched her so profoundly.
Carol is survived by her husband, John; sons, Robert (Glen), Rick (Laura), and Roger (Hilary); grandchildren, Zander and Olivia; and brother, Gene (Barbara) Hall.
“I will miss my family so very much but remember, I’ll always love you to the moon and back…till we meet at Heaven’s gate.”
Services are pending. Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, masks are suggested and social distancing must be observed.
In lieu of flowers, please just spread some kindness and unconditional love around, especially to my LGBTQ family and friends.


Dear Moody Family, Sending our sincere condolences, please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Susan & Kent Peterson

- Susan & Kent Peterson
I am so very sorry for the loss of Carol to this deadly monster. Sending prayers to your family.

- Penny Murphy
John, So sorry to hear of Carol’s passing. Please take care of yourself. If there is anything I can do, please let me know. My thoughts and sympathy for all of you. Carolyn Wiggins

- Carolyn Wiggins
Dear John & family, we are so sorry for your loss. In the short time we have known the two of you, we felt your love & compassion for others. And you both could tell a good story. Love from your Southern friends, Bob & Mary Mikel

- Mary & Bob Mikel
We want to extend our deepest sympathy to John Moody and the Moody family. Such a blessing to know Carol and John and their family. Carol was loving, kind and generous with her many talents. She represents beauty in how she loves her dear family and teaches us to love more perfectly. Her beauty is seen in her flower arrangements, cards, and kindness in her words and deeds. Our thoughts and prayers are for your peace and solace at this tender time.

- John and Evelyn Hoen
I am so very sorry to hear of Carol's passing. She was such a sweet and kind lady. She will be missed by many. Love, Sandy Allred

- Sandy Allred
John and Family , We are so very sorry about the loss of Carol. Carol was a wonderful lady and will be especially missed. We are praying for you all daily and sending you all of our love and support . Steve and Molly Riley

- Steve and Molly Riley
John and Moody family, I want you all to know how much love I have for you all and my deepest sympathy during this difficult time. I am so grateful that we got to be so close as neighbors and family. John you and Carol have always been so loving and encouraging in my life and I have nothing but the best of memories of Carol. Her legacy will live on forever in those amazing Moody boys that she raised. I love you all so much.

- Beave
Roger,Hilary and kids, I’m so sorry for your loss. I was fortunate to have met her a few times. She was a very pleasant and sweet lady. Love and prayers Kathy, Kurt and Cove utter

- Kathryn utter
John, I was saddened to learn of Carol's passing. Her loss will be hard for you at times, but I'm sure that you will receive comfort and great strengthen through our Lord's Spirit. My prayers are with you and your sons during these trying times. Ron Bess

- Ron Bess
To John and sons- We’re so sorry to read about Carol’s passing. We’re sorry that we’ve lost touch with you guys. We had such great times together. Carol was always such a kind and wonderful person. Our deepest condolences to all of you. You’re in our thought and prayers. Brent and Mary

- Brent and Mary Miller
To John and all of the Moody family, we are deeply saddened and heart broken by the news of Carol's passing. Carol is one of the most kind, loving, and gracious women we have ever known. We will truly miss her. We send our love and kindest wishes for comfort and peace to all of you.

- Mickey and Liz Roach
We send you and your family our love. So sorry to read of Carol's passing. We treasure our friendship over the years with John and Carol. We would love to visit you, John, when conditions allow.

- Sterling and Verla Jean Cope