Carol Greene Wilson, 86, of Scottsdale, AZ passed away on January 28, 2023. Carol was born December 8, 1936, in Burley, Idaho. Carol is survived by her husband Garth, sons Wes and Kent, and daughters Janine and Holly. She now joins her youngest son Kelly on the other side of the veil. She was the youngest daughter with 3 sisters and 2 brothers. She leaves behind a legacy of 21 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren, with a 24th great grandchild soon to arrive. A funeral service will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Eldorado Ward building located at: 2202 N 74th St Scottsdale, AZ 85257. The viewing will be held at 9am on Saturday February 4th with the funeral services at 10am. The family will lay her to rest at East Resthaven Cemetery the following Monday. An active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, she loved providing service to all she encountered. During her lifetime, she has served in every calling possible for women at the ward level. She was beloved by all, including a multitude of nephews and nieces, many of whom referred to her as their favorite aunt. Carol was a homemaker first, but held a variety of jobs outside of the home only when it was an economic necessity for her family. Her homemaking career included tending to her children, mother-in-law, grandchildren and even her great grandchildren. Carol always put family first, even when her employers requested she continue to be an employee. Carol enjoyed quilting, sewing, gardening (including a collection of figurines and statuettes as garden decorations), and of course nobody can forget her extensive collection of dolls, many of which she herself made dresses for. Her skills outnumber her time, as she was also skilled in painting, decorating, and passing on the lessons life had taught her. Fond memories of her children include her reading stories to them and allowing them to work alongside her on projects around the house. She lived her life as a great example of a disciple of Christ. The family has asked that instead of sending flowers, please donate to a charitable cause in her name.