I just found out that Carole passed away I had not heard from her in many yrs.I was a friend of hers from the mid 1980s until around 2012 when I was separated and now divorced from my ex husband.I remember her 2 sisters one passed away in the early 1990s from cancer she always kept in contact with her disabled sister getting gifts for her and helping her out.I really tried to help her as a friend when she was divorcing her second husband Mike.She was very kind lady and thoughtful!My condolences to her family and friends!RIP my dear friend.
One of my favorite memories was when my wife, Ginger and I were invited over to Carol and Dave’s house for dinner. Carol was constantly checking on us to see if we had enough food, or needed something to drink, or had any requests of her. She was so gracious and friendly, and I knew it came from her heart that was full of the love of Jesus! Her relationship with Dave was beautiful to see in there friendly joking with one another, and true respect and love they had for each other. I’m also very grateful for the times I was able to visit her in the hospital and speak with her over the phone. Even in her suffering, she was always thinking of her David :-) and she always expressed her trust in God and dependence on Jesus every single day. She has inspired me so much with her purity of heart and unshakable faith in the Lord her God! Carol, please pray for all of us that we can be faithful to Jesus Christ, so as to join you in the heavenly kingdom, someday! We love and miss you! In Christ, your brother, Dominic
When I think of Carol, I think of how she cared for all..."Careall". You never felt invisible when you were around her. She truly cared about you, and wanted the best for you. Her faith never wavered through the hardships she faced. She touched many lives for the Lord, and wanted to be sure everyone knew her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ personally, as she did. She always wanted me to play or sing music for her. It was hard for me emotionally when she personally asked me to do the music for her funeral. I never wanted to accept that she would be leaving us. Of course I would honor her request to the best of my ability. I am grateful that she is no longer suffering here on earth, and is joyfully dancing on the streets of gold in heaven with our Lord!
How do I begin to share how my friendship with Carol became so precious to me these many years. All the wonderful memories are flooding my mind and heart. Carol was the type of person who put her family and friends first before herself. But the one thing that stands out to me the most..was her steadfast faith with her lord and Savior. During the good and most difficult times..she continued to share her faith with those God put in her path. My heart is breaking for Dave and the family and friends that love and miss her so much!Carol was and always will be my best friend forever into eternity!
Carol was a dear and loyal friend. Her generosity blessed all who were honored to call her friend. Since her fall I tried to visit often and chat with her when I was able. I will miss our time together. My heart and prayers go out to Dave and her family as I know they feel her loss deeply. She's gone ahead to her reward and someday I will join her as we celebrate together in heaven. Sing and dance Carol! Love, Blanche