Throughout her long and rich career, Carol Marlow has mastered the art of living life to the fullest. She has spent much of her career working in the cruise industry, but she has always found time to make time for her family. She is a mother of two children and has always valued spending quality time with them. She is also very active in the community, volunteering her time to help others.
Career in the cruise industry
Having spent most of her career in the maritime sector, Carol Marlow is now heading two of the UK’s largest cruise companies. She has previously served as managing director of Cunard Line, P&O Cruises and Princess Cruises. Her most recent position was as Managing Director for the Middle East at Cunard Line. She has also served as the Chairman of the UK Passenger Shipping Association.
Marlow began her career as a tour operations manager and hotel director. She later joined Forte Hotels as marketing director. She also worked for Traders Restaurant brand, which is part of the IVN Communications group. In 2002, she became the chairman of the UK Passenger Shipping Association. She has also been appointed Trustee of the Royal Museums Greenwich. She graduated from Southampton University.
Marlow began her career at P&O Steam Navigation Company in 1997. She was also involved in the UK sales of Seabourn. She later served as chairman of Swan Hellenic Cruises. She also worked on specialist brands. She held an honorary degree from Southampton University.
She has been in charge of the UK Princess Cruises team for several years. She was also responsible for growing the Princess Cruises business in the Middle East. She also headed the UK sales team for P&O Cruises.
During Carol Marlow’s time as Tony Dow’s wife, she was the mother of his only son. But she is no longer a wife. She is now divorced from the former sculptor and director.
She is a member of the Eastside Baptist Church in Marlow. She has three daughters. She was a self-employed beautician for twelve years. She enjoyed genealogy and spending time with friends and family.
A few years after her divorce, she got engaged to Tony Dow. She was in the early seventies when the engagement took place. Their wedding took place in February. They went on to spend a week honeymooning in Charleston.
While she is not a household name, Carol Marlow has been a part of many a film set. She has appeared in several TV shows, including The Price Is Right. Her savings are said to be in the neighborhood of a million dollars. She is a self-professed Longhorn fan.
She attended the Aladdin Beauty School in Duncan. She graduated from Marlow High School in 1968. She was a member of the Eastside Baptist Church, and she loved genealogy and Facebooking. She enjoyed talking to everyone. She enjoyed her Longhorn football games.
She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren.
‘Leave It to Beaver’ star Tony Dow died last month after battling cancer. Tony was 73 years old and he had been given a bad prognosis for his illness. A couple of news outlets reported that the actor was dead.
His wife reported his death to his management team. His wife also informed friends and family that he had died. This caused confusion about the actor’s health.
The actor has had a couple of other relationships. He reportedly owned over $4 million in wealth. He received visual effects credits for “Doctor Who: Movie” and “Babylon 5”. He was also a sculptor and painter. He also appeared in several self-help films about depression.
Tony Dow and his wife, Carol Marlow, had one son together. Tony and Carol separated in 1980. Since then, Tony has kept a relatively low profile. He is survived by his son and ex-wife, a granddaughter and a brother.
Tony and Carol had been engaged in the early ’80s. They married in June 1969 and had a son together.
Carol Marlow worked for Cunard Line, Forte Hotels, Carnival UK, and Traders Restaurant. She was also a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She was also awarded an honorary degree in economics. She was a former board member for the Passenger Ships International Association and the UK Passenger Ship Association. She also served as the director of Cunard Line’s UK and European operations.