Condolence & Memory Journal

Carey, it seems impossible that such a vibrant force could be stilled. We will miss you but there is comfort in knowing you are with Peggy. Your footprint will always be part of our lives.
Jeani and John Smith, III

Posted by Jeani and John Smith, III - Austin, TX - Friend   February 03, 2019

Gone far too soon. . .so much life left to live. . .she gave and gave and gave. . .until she had nothing left to give.

Posted by Jane Forman - Friend   January 31, 2019

My sincere condolences to family and friends. May the God who binds up the brokenhearted and comforts all who mourn sustain your family during this difficult time - Isaiah 61:1, 2.

Posted by Brandon Kelley    January 22, 2019

Dearest Carey, you and Ceecy were always the golden girls, competing to see who had the brightest smile and most exciting life. I feel sad living so far away, in Tokyo and now Hong Kong, with a brief interval in Hawaii and Washington, DC, while you were growing up and older. Now you are gone, and I will never have a chance to make amends by coming to know you better. On my last visit to Austin, in 2014, I had so much fun with Eleanor, and loved meeting your husband, and being able to at least hug you on the sad occasion of your mother's death. Still, in all this sadness, the memories of those who saw you everyday in your work and play, and of our wonderful Davis/Spence/Gunn clan, tell the story of what an exceptional person you were and how fully you lived. Thank you for lighting up our lives. The after-vision of your life reinforces how very bright it was.

Posted by Edith Terry - Hong Kong - Family   January 20, 2019

Eric and Eleanor, we are so saddened to hear this news. Please let us know if we can do anything. Jacque, Loren and Charlotte Parker

Posted by Jacque Haas - Austin, TX - Friend   January 19, 2019