Carrol-Poole Trusty-Obituary

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Carrol Poole Trusty

Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Jun 8, 1947 – Oct 10, 2021 (Age 74)

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BORN
June 8, 1947
DIED
October 10, 2021
AGE
74
LOCATION
Murfreesboro, Tennessee

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Woodfin Funeral Chapel - Murfreesboro Obituary

Carrol Poole Trusty, age 74 of Murfreesboro, TN, passed away Sunday, October 10, 2021. A native of Cincinnati, OH, she was daughter of the late David Bailey and Virginia Mae Poll Poole.


 


Mrs. Trusty is survived by her son, Mark Trusty, and his wife Jamie; granddaughter, Adeline Trusty; sister, Joyce Carlton; and brother, Erin Poole all of Murfreesboro, TN.


 


A memorial service will be held 3:00 PM Friday, October 15, 2021, at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church with The Rev. Dr. Kristine Blaess officiating. A reception for the family will follow the service at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.


 


Mrs. Trusty was a faithful member of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and was a retired educator having taught in Wilson, Rutherford, and Davidson County school systems.


 


An online guestbook for the Trusty family is available at www.woodfinchapel.com.


 


Woodfin Memorial Chapel. (615) 893-5151.


 

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Ms. Trusty was an amazing coworker. She gave me advice for personal and work and was always helpful and kind to me. She will be missed, especially her warm smile. Prayers and thoughts are with her family. I'm looking forward to seeing that smile again in heaven.

I am so sorry to hear about Mama Bear. She was always there for the wrestlers at Antioch High School. She will be missed. Prayers for you all at this difficult time.

Carrol was a dynamic person. She made her mark in the world and will be missed.

Carrol was a beautiful spirit, she would light up any room. Always enjoyed opportunities to see her at TEA events! Prayers for her many family and friends. Rest in Power!

Carrol was the most knowledgeable, outgoing, welcoming soul that I knew. She was always willing to be helpful in any way that she could. In our last conversation, she was eagerly encouraging me to bring my grandchildren to see and enjoy her fish. She loved Mark and his family and that new baby immensely. I surely wish she could have watched her grow and been the grandmotherly influence I know she would have been. She was a great influence on her many students and gave unselfishly of...

Carrol was such a beautiful and passionate soul. Her dedication to her profession and her students was one of the first things that people noticed about her. She will be missed.