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Carolyn ROBERSON Obituary
ROBERSON, Carolyn Mister February 19, 1939 February 1, 2018 Carolyn Mister Roberson of Palm Beach passed away peacefully at her home on Thursday, February 1, 2018. Carolyn was born in Takoma Park, Maryland on February 19, 1939 to Milton and Frances Mister. When she was 14, her family relocated to Florida where she attended Palm Beach High School. Following graduation, Carolyn went on to attend Duke University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in History in 1960. During her time at Duke, Carolyn met her future husband, Clive Roberson, and they were married soon after graduation. They lived in Durham, North Carolina for a number of years where Carolyn taught history at a local school while Clive completed his medical degree. In 1964, the couple moved to Athens, Greece, in connection with Clive's military service. While there, Carolyn continued to teach history at the American School in Athens. They enjoyed their time in Greece immensely and spent every spare moment exploring archaeological sites and traversing all over Europe. They moved to Palm Beach in 1967 where they have since resided. Carolyn was a much loved wife, mother and grandmother and will be remembered for her endearing personality and ability to bring good humor to family, friends and strangers alike. She was an active member of the Royal Poinciana Chapel in Palm Beach, and a devoted supporter of the ASPCA and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Carolyn is survived by her husband of 58 years, Dr. Clive Roberson; daughter and son-in-law, Angie and Bob Brown of London, England; grandchildren, Patrick and Roberson and sister, Nancy Mobley of Destin, Florida. A private memorial service was held on February 5, 2018 at the Royal Poinciana Chapel in Palm Beach. Donations in Carolyn's memory can be sent to: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in memory of (Carolyn Roberson) to support Multiple Myeloma Research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284 or via (www.dana-farber.org/gift).
Published in The Palm Beach Daily News on Feb. 28, 2018
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