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  1. Beverly Moody
    July 14, 2017 @ 9:22 am

    God saw she was getting tired and a cure was not to be, so He put his arms around her and
    whispered, “Come to Me.” With tearful eyes we watched her suffer and saw her fade away, although we loved her dearly we could not make her stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands to rest, God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes the best. Your loving sister, Bev

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  2. Cathy Towsley
    July 14, 2017 @ 2:15 pm

    Sitting back reflecting on the wonderful memories I have of this amazing woman.She was a friend, sister, wife, mother, grandmother an great – grandmother. She was always there for everyone.You never heard her complain..She was so strong an so brave..Battling cancer for over 9 years she held strong to her faith. I’m the woman I am because of her..I’m so very proud an blessed that I had this amazing woman in my life for all of my 60 years..You are my hero mom..I love you an will miss you deeply.. Till we meet again in heaven..your loving daughter…Cathy Sue

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  3. Phyllis Jenkins
    July 14, 2017 @ 6:58 pm

    You were not only my Sister-in -Law but a good friend and we had a lot of good times that I will always remember You will be missed……Phyllis

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  4. Sheila Cowdry
    July 15, 2017 @ 3:53 pm

    Carolyn was a very special woman. She was quiet, unassuming, warm and loving.She endured nine years of cancer an no one ever expected her to still be with us this long. She contributed that to the prayers of friends, family, her church group an perfect strangers.But I believe not only the prayer made a difference but her stamia,strength, grit and stubbornness. The battle she fought included major surgery, chemo, chemo infusion, invasive test and medicine on top of medicine. She never wanted to worry anybody or use the csncer card. She put on her best voice and used all of her strength to pretend that she was just Carolyn. Every Sunday she got out of bed got ready an went to church no matter how much pain an exhaustion she was under. She needed to go to church not only to worship the Lord. But also to get the hugs, love, and encouragement from her church friends. She walked from Sunday school to Church when she should of used a walker.She used a walker when she should of used a wheel chair. She was a great baker and cook. Pies were her specialty. And anyone who went to Young at Heart can attest to that.Of course her family was her number one job.Her kids and grandkids meant everything to her an she wad so proud of them. Her husband was the love of her life and to care for him was her top priority. Which she did to the very end. I talked to Carolyn several times a week. I loved her laugh. I did everything in my power to make her giggle when I talked to her. She had a great sense of humor. When she laughed my heart was overwhelmed with joy. I think I will miss that the most. Carolyn you will be in my heart always. You are my sister, my friend. I know you are baking pies in the skies. Lucky angels in heaven.Your loving sister Sheila

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