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December 16, 2018

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December 19, 2017
Carol
How do I tell my best friend that we will meet again soon. We will talk about the lake, and John and Margaret and our parents, and Floyd School, and the street lights , and all of our childhood memories, and sailing and moonlight boat rides, and all the things we shared for so many years. I know you are sitting on a beautiful dock on a beautiful lake, and sitting beside you are your wonderful and kind parents. Tell them that Tom and Suzanne See send their hello. When you are looking around heaven, please tell my son, that I will see you all again soon.
good bye dear friend. Love Suzanne See Rogers
December 19, 2017
I want to express my condolences for your loss. May your memories ease your pain and console your heart. God is close to the brokenhearted.


Mary
December 17, 2017
Along with all of our classmates, (I'd include her teachers) at The Montgomery Academy, I knew Carol both as classmate and friend. Because the classes ( and turnover) were small (our class I think was 23), we all spent the better part of our formative years (meaning middle school, jr. high and high school !) in almost continual and close proximity to one another. We were in classes together, and in each other's business in the breezeways, the lunchroom, the gym,both in school and after. Being a cheerleader, Carol along w the other cheerleaders, was there at all the pep rallies and our basketball games doing what cheerleaders do- enthusiastically, cheering for her team. I think in all our collective experiences together as classmates, the lines between whether we were all friends or extended family were clearly blurred. Carol I affectionately remember was a disarmingly happy person, disconcertingly pretty, with a splash of genuine-ness and homespun good that made anyone in her company not only like her, but feel better about themselves. Would that more of us were blessed with such a gift. Carol carried a little light in her that peeked out onto others. While I only saw her on rare occasions after graduation, mainly at reunions. Knowing someone like Carol, knowing she was in the world, out there- made the world feel to me somehow a little brighter. I will always remember her with a warm fondness, but know going forward that sweetness will be necessarily tinged with a sadness and sense of loss for myself, her other classmates, and especially her family, who knowing her all the better, will miss her all the more. I offer my sincere condolences to her extended family and will try to include as an attachment a poem by Van Dyke that contrasts friends on opposite shores watching a ship sail out of sight on one hand and into sight on the other. I think it sums up our hope for all our friends and family. It seems an almost perfect metaphor and lends perspective to the sadness we her friends feel and the hope and joyful anticipation that lies just beyond the horizon of her passing. If it fails to show up, I urge everyone to google The Van Dyke Poem. It could have been written for Carol. Scott Andrews
December 17, 2017
I'm so sorry to hear of Carol's passing. I went to The Montgomery Academy with her when it was on Perry St. in the 6th and 7th grade. She was beautiful. Inside and out. Later we lived in McGehee Estates and the Everest's house was within site of ours. Great family. Dr Everest and I went deer hunting together several times. He once had a burgundy Corvette Stingray. I remember he let Carol drive it a "few " times and I thought, she and that Stingray were the coolest thing in town! So many good memories ! Tears fill my eyes at this time. Prayers for the family. Carol will be missed.