Carol Jean Jasper
1933 - 2020

Carol Jean Jasper

December 4, 1933-November 16, 2020

DAVENPORT-Carol Jean Jasper, 86, of Davenport, Iowa, died Monday, November 16, 2020 at home with hymns playing and her family by her side.

Carol was born December 4, 1933, the daughter of Thelma and Edmond Crane. She was united in marriage to Henry Jasper, Jr., on September 23, 1955, in Davenport. Her beloved husband, Henry died in 2012.

Carol spent her life devoted to God, Faith, husband, family, and friends. She lived to attend church, read her bible, speak about her Faith, to provide love, smiles, hugs, care and help to so many. She enjoyed living with and spending time with Beth, Doug, Nevada, Nathaniel, Shane and Debbie. She enjoyed spending time at her brother Ed's, visits with Becki, Zach, Don and Lisa, playing with Gracelynn, William, Bailey and Legend, Hallmark memories with Debbie, talking with Doug and being in his kitchen, playing games with Nathaniel, having Shane's coffee daily, visiting with Nevada always, visiting Gwen, Chuck, Melissa and family in MO, Emily and Alexis taking her to and from church, gatherings with her Crane, Hengl, Tinlin and Jasper families, funny phone conversations with Scott, her nightly phone calls with Ronald and time spent with family and friends.

Those left to honor her memory include her Brother Edmond Crane, Sister in law, Dorothy Longley, a multitude of Nieces, Nephews, Great-Nieces, and Great Nephews, etc.

The family requests in honor of Carol, instead of flowers, please provide an anonymous "Pay it forward" to someone in need.

Carol's funeral will be done virtually Saturday, November 21, at 1:00 pm. There will be a Drive and stop gathering at Pine Hill Cemetery on Saturday at 3:00 pm. Online condolences may be expressed at

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Published by Quad-City Times on Nov. 19, 2020.
Memorial Gathering
Pine Hill Cemetery
Funeral services provided by:
The Runge Mortuary and Crematory
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Aunt Carol was always there for all of us kids and our families. She didnt have any children of her own but helped raise a truck load from family and her daycare kids.. your were always an awesome lady.
Denise M Peek
November 23, 2020
So sorry for the lost of 'Aunt' Carol. Her smile and infectious laugh will always be ingrained in my mind. She had a big heart and was my mom's best friend. The gang is all together again and I'm sure there is some partner cribbage games being played in heaven today.
Rebecca Pierson
November 21, 2020
Carol definitely showed forth warmth and love! We only saw Carol at our annual gatherings, so didn´t know her well. It was easy to sense this spirit about her, though.
Lisa Galloway
November 21, 2020
Carol was such a shining light, full of zeal and love for the things of God. I am one of the workers. She made you feel loved!
Anita Forsberg
November 20, 2020
Please share a link or number or something so we can listen to her service. Thank
Amy Everhart
November 20, 2020
I always loved seeing aunt carol when younger. Always a kind and loving and generous soul. Always treated me like all the other kids. May she rest in peace and may Jehovah hold all her loved ones dear thru this tough time.
Tammy Raley
November 20, 2020
We will miss you so much Aunt Carol. So many always have a smile on your face. You are the best!
Connie Jasper
November 20, 2020
Our sympathy to the family of "Aunt" Carol. She was always a vibrant, kind, friendly person. Such a wonderful lady who will be missed by many
Donna Goyette
November 19, 2020
Our deepest sympathy goes out to all who loved "Aunt" Carol. Lots of fun memories of her & "Uncle" Henry spending time with our parents, Bud & Lorrie. Camping, bowling, & playing cards for many, many years. They are all together again! Much love & hugs to all.
Cathy Darland Lambrecht
November 19, 2020
Your Aunt Carol will be deeply missed. Sorry for your loss.
Mario Comandatore
November 19, 2020