Carol was one of the many residents that never left me after I left the job at emeritus senior living. She was such a sweet lady, and really enjoyed seeing her everyday at work. Rest in peace sweet Carol.
Rick, I received your card today and I am so saddened to hear of Carol's passing. My heart goes out to you and Sue Ann. Carol was such a sweet and lovely person. She just made me laugh and I enjoyed so much being around her and the times we shared. I am sure she is in heaven with her parents. My many thoughts and prayers are with you and Sue Ann.
My first recollection of Carol Sue is from Walnut Hills Elementary. Shortly after moving to town and joining our school, she became sick in class one day and was taken down to the office where she was placed in a bed in the nurses room outside Mrs. Terry's office; to await her parent's arrival to take her home.
I remember passing the office at recess and looking in to see her. She was sitting up in the bed, shrouded in white sheets, with her long, golden hair framing her little face. To me, she looked like an Angel, literally.
Though, we continued in school together through our Sr. year and also attended youth fellowship at First Methodist Church where we shared many wonderful experiences on trips and work projects, I will always remember her as a Precious Angel. Which is exactly what she was and I have no doubt, what she will always be.
Prayers of Peace and Comfort to all her family and friends.
I know God has welcomed Carol onto his loving arms. I have nothing but fond memories of her. My heart goes out to her family.
A fellow LHS classmate,
Boatner "Bo" Howell