Condolence & Memory Journal

Dear Mada, My deepest sympathy on Carolyn's passing.Now she is in Heaven and well.
You will see her again one day and what a joyful time that will be.
Gail Gaiser DeViney
Jefferson Classmate

Posted by Gail G DeViney - San Antonio,, TX - Classmate   March 24, 2019

My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Carolyn. When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure when it fills your heart with love and brings you joy. May you find comfort in Jesus promise of the hope of everlasting life on earth at John 6:40.

Posted by VG    March 22, 2019

I met Carolyn at Wyoming Springs Assisted Living when my father lived there. They usually ate together, and I had the pleasure of knowing Carolyn. She was so interesting and engaged. My father and I enjoyed her company, and she was a good friend to us both. I visited her a few times after my father's death, and she always had a warm smile and boosted my spirits more than I did hers. She will be missed.

Posted by Ann Ward - Austin, TX - Friend   March 22, 2019

Carolyn was a beautiful person in every way. I have delightful memories of her from our years at Jefferson High School. May the Lord comfort each family member as you grieve over her loss, and may your spirit be renewed in remembering that you WILL be together again. God bless you, Barbara Nichols Williams

Posted by Barbara Williams - SAN ANTONIO, TX - Classmate   March 20, 2019

When someone we love falls asleep in death the memories we have of them become our treasure, may those cherished memories of a life well lived and Gods promise at John 6:40 bring you a measure of comfort. My condolences to the family.

Posted by A friend   March 19, 2019