Condolences for Carole Stevens Dusenbury

 

Verlyn, Aundrea, Sylvia posted on 3/20/21

Our sincere condolences to the family. Carol Davis was a kind and beautiful person. Even though she left Tabor City, she never failed to keep up with what was going on to those she left behind, especially us cousins. We always loved reminiscing all the times she came to Aunt Adds, while sitting on her patio overlooking the beautiful creek as she graciously hosted many Steven's Family Reunions. We love you, your cousins, Verlyn, Aundrea Faye, and Sylvia Kaye.

 

Richard Bradley posted on 1/25/21

Mrs.D was the first person I met in North Carolina. We moved in next door and she was always welcoming, funny and kind. You will be missed..Rest easy ❤️

 

Carol Bordeaux posted on 1/24/21

she was a nurse. She will be missed

 

Sherri Bradley posted on 1/24/21

I am so very sorry to hear about the loss of your mom, Brett. My heart is breaking for you and your family. Please know I am praying for all of you.

 

Sherry Weidner posted on 1/21/21

Carole, Suzy, Darla and I were friends from early 1970’s on, having met at Wilmimgton New Comers Club. We kept in touch over the years and played bridge together every month at a local restaurant. As lives changed by circumstances we no longer were able to have these wonderful opportunities of keeping up with each other and family news. I know Carole is dearly missed by many, myself included. My sympathies are with Charles and her family, a most important part of Carole’s life.

 

Sharon Gause posted on 1/21/21

Uncle Charles, Brett, Carolyn, Kim, I am very sad to hear about the passing of Aunt Carol. She was always so kind, and very welcoming to everyone. We were just talking about her over the weekend, and wishing we could visit. Our prayers are with you in this difficult time. We love you and are thinking of you, Sharon & Steve

 

Jeff Williams posted on 1/20/21

Mrs D! My other mom. She was a special person who was very kind and supportive. I felt at home when I was at her house. Love you Mrs D! Rest in peace.