Carolyn-Perry-Obituary

Carolyn Thomas Perry

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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Charlotte,
My deepest sympathy on the loss of your mom.
Kit McCarthy Williams

Many nights at your dining room table,so full of laughter and love. Thank you Carolyn

I, too, am quite saddened by your loss of Carolyn. I am a Jefferson grad of 1960 of which Charlotte (Thomas) Churchill and Bobby were in my class. Like Charlotte, my older sister, Barbara (Spiers) Causey was head-cheerleader for Jefferson, Class of 1957. Bobby and I attended Crystal Springs ES, Lee Junior High, and Jefferson HS. We, in Richmond, recently had our 3rd RRR (Roanokers Residing in Richmond) Social for the JHS Classes of 1955-60. (Dr.) T.C. Anderson and his wife were guests of...

Carolyn was a customer of ours since 2006. Our phone conversations would often run into talking about our kids and how proud we were. She was an outspoken and patient woman and her conversations about her life will be missed. Debbie w/Baker Heating & A/C

What a pleausre to know such a sweet soul. Prayers to her family in your time of loss.

Dear John and Charlotte,

I want to extend my deepest sympathy in the passing of your mother. I was one of the earlier caregivers for your mother. She was a lovely person, and I enjoyed her informative and enlightening conversations. She was a beautiful lady.

Patricia Slough

I have just learned of Carolyn's passing.
She was one in a million and I always loved her. She loved and supported her children more than anything else on Earth, and always tried her best to shepherd them through life. I am sorry that i will not be there to celebrate her life with her children, Charlotte & John, but i have already done that so many times,and will be there in spirit.
She was a very uniquely individual character and I will cherish my memories of her forever.

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Carolyn's Obituary

Carolyn Perry passed away in Roanoke Valley, Virginia. Funeral Home Services for Carolyn are being provided by Simpson Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Roanoke Times on November 5, 2012.