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Carol Oxley

Tyler, Texas

Feb 28, 1938 – Jan 30, 2021 (Age 82)

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BORN
February 28, 1938
DIED
January 30, 2021
AGE
82
LOCATION
Tyler, Texas

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Burks-Walker-Tippit Funeral Directors - Tyler Obituary

It is in profound sadness that the family of Carol Oxley of Tyler, Tx announces her passing at the age of 82.


Carol left this Earth on Saturday Jan 30th, 2021 at UT Health Center East Texas.


She is survived by her daughters, Loreece V. Oxley of Tyler, Tx, Sheryl Oxley of Sapulpa, Ok, grandchild, Crystal Stringer of Easton, Tx, great-grandchildren, Sadie Clay of Lindale, Tx, Logan Mills of Longview, Tx, sister Patricia Sepmoree of Tyler, Tx, half-brother Charles McGowan of New Orleans, niece, Deborah Owens of Tyler, Tx and nephew, Ronald Loven of Tyler, Tx.  She will also be dearly missed by all her friends from D’s.


Carol was born in 1938 in Nashville Tennessee to John Henry McGowan and Gladys Daugherty.


After moving to New Orleans, she later moved to Tyler, Tx with her husband and daughter Lori.


She owned and operated D’s Royal Coffee Shop in Tyler, Tx from 1968-2014 where her employees and customers became her extended family.


A memorial service will be held at the Cross Brand Cowboy Church, 11915 FM 2015 Tyler, Tx 75708 on Saturday February 20, 2021 at 1:00 pm.

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Carol was a wonderful lady and great friend. Lord, how I miss D's Coffee Shop.

Many lives you've touched throughout your life. You will be greatly missed. Thank you for giving me my first job. Rest easy now and enjoy your reunion in Heaven. I will live you always Carol Oxley

Carol you have been a blessing to me and I am sure going to miss you. You brought us all together at our D'S Coffee shop and we became a family. We have so many fond memories of each other and our times we spent at the Coffee shop. Yes there well never be another place like D'S Coffee shop ever again. It was unique and a very special place for all of us. It was our home. Now D'S Coffee shop will be in our hearts and memories forever and we are eternally thankful and grateful to you as our...