BERRY, Carolyn Elizabeth Dunn, 83, went to be with the Lord November 3, 2021. Carolyn was a strong Christian and very active in church and lived her faith. A former member of Hatcher Memorial Baptist Church, Round Hill Baptist Church and most recently, a member of Derbyshire Baptist Church. During her time at Hatcher, she participated in the choir, served on the Board of Deacons, Pastoral Search Committee, Ways and Means Committee and other committees. During her time at Round Hill Baptist, she was in the choir as well as Choir Director. During her brief time at Derbyshire, she participated in the choir. She was a lifetime member of the Eastern Star. She always kept busy, from the time she was 12 years old she babysat and had many jobs that followed. At 16, she worked at the Five and Dime in Lakeside. At 18, she was the secretary to the President at RF&P Railroad. Later, she worked as Mr. Lawrence's Executive Assistant at Lawrence Chrysler Plymouth. Most recently, she had her own tax preparation service. She was preceded in death by her parents, B. Earl Dunn and Josie C. Dunn; and siblings, Juanita Sequin and Sonny Dunn. She is survived by her son, Tom Berry; granddaughters, Elizabeth and Eileen Berry; sister, Ann Hughson; brother-in-law, Johnny Scruggs; brother, Sam Dunn (Sarah); sisters-in-law, Judy Dunn, Gay McPhil and Betty Olmstead (Robert); nephews, Gene Hughson (Wendy), John Lee Hughson (Ginny), Bernie Dunn (Michelle), Edward Dunn, Willie Dunn (Amy); W.C. Shumaker (Tonya), Richard Shumaker and Bobby Olmstead (Monica); nieces, Joann Hicks (Butch), Cathy Mask (Russ), Susan Dunn, Tiffany Farrell (Jeff), Sharon Labons (John), Brenda Lytton (Keith) and Dana Lindsay (John); cousin, Andrea Lilly; and many other relatives and friends. The family will receive friends 12 to 4 p.m. Monday at the West Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 11020 W. Broad St. Graveside services will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday, November 9 in Westhampton Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society
Published by Richmond Times-Dispatch on Nov. 7, 2021.