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Carrol Thomas Obituary
Carrol May (Worden) Thomas

Kimball Twp.

Carrol May (Worden) Thomas, 76, of Kimball Twp., passed away on October 7, 2013 surrounded by her family.

She was born on October 16, 1936 in Port Huron, daughter of the late Edgar and Alice (Teeple) Worden.

Carrol married Verl Thomas on January 15, 1955 in Port Huron.

She graduated from Port Huron High School in 1954. Carrol was a devoted wife to her husband of 58 years and the proud mother of eight children who will miss her dearly.

Carrol is survived by her husband, Verl Thomas of Kimball; sons: Randy (Debbie) Thomas of Fort Gratiot, Craig Thomas of Clyde, Lance (Dawn) Thomas of East Leroy, MI and son, Steven (Kelli) Thomas of St. Clair Twp.; daughters, Lisa (Dave) Scouten of Clyde, Brenda Thomas of St. Clair and Stephanie (John) Ignash of Clyde; sister, Sue (Robert) Easton of Lakeport; 14 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren; sisters-in-law: Mary Lou and Joanne Worden and family friend, Shari Wilczynski of St. Clair and several nieces, nephews and great-nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by a son, Scott Thomas and her brothers, Gerald, Donald, Robert, Benjamin, E. Lee and William Worden.

Funeral services will be held 1:00 p.m. Friday in the Jowett Funeral Home, 1634 Lapeer Ave. at 17th Street, Port Huron. Pastor Dan Bakay will officiate.

Inurnment will be in Lakeside Cemetery.

Visiting hours will be held Friday 11:00 a.m. until the time of services at 1:00 p.m. in the funeral home.

Memorial tributes may be made to Blue Water Hospice.

To view obituary and share memories visit www.jowettfuneraldirectors.com



Published in The Times Herald from Oct. 9 to Oct. 10, 2013
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