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     Carollyn Louise Stevens, born December 30, 1954 in Oregon City, Oregon, went to be with our Lord on October 10, 2010 in Burgess, Missouri after a long battle with cancer.  She died in her home, surrounded by her family and loved ones.  She is survived by her husband David Stevens, and daughter Chrissy Stevens of the home; daughter Jennifer Stevens, and grandson DJ Stevens both of Pittsburg; three step-daughters, JoeAnna and her son James of Oregon, Annette and her children, Stacey and Rickey of Ceres, California, and Alice with her two sons Scott and Tom of Waterford, California, two great-grandchildren of Ceres, California, and sister Idalou and brother Tony of Molalla, Oregon.  She also leaves many nephews and nieces whom she seemed to have adopted over the years and became a mother to them as well.  Carollyn was preceded in death by her mother, Luella Williams, father, Richard Williams, and an infant sister, Ruth Marie.

 

     Carollyn worked as a C.N.A. in her younger years in Canby, Oregon until her children came along, then she became a full time mother, and then a full time grandmother.  Carollyn had a big heart and was always there to help when she was needed, she was a natural caregiver.

 

     Carollyn was always a joker, and always had a way of making you laugh even when the world looked so dim.  She told her daughters and husband, when she passed she wanted one of us to stand up and say . . .”Carollyn made it her whole life and never got a speeding ticket!”  Her jokes and her smile and her loving nature will be missed.

 

     A graveside funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, October 14th at Shiloh Cemetery with Pastor Glen Polnack officiating.  The family will receive friend from 6:00 until 7:00 p.m. Wednesday at Daniel Funeral Home in Lamar.

 

     Memorial contributions are suggested to Angel Among Us in care of Daniel Funeral Home.

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#4 girard, ksGeorgia Foxworthy 2010-10-13 14:46
To my brother Ray, Christy and David. You and family have my Condolences.I wish I got to know her more, but I could tell she was a sweet person, l
#3 sam and cheryl dohle 2010-10-12 05:05
Our thoughts and prayers are still with you all through this diffucult time.carol was a very nice and loving friend...mom...nana...and all around loving person.....she will be greatly missed by all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#2 Pittsburg ksBrenda Linahan 2010-10-12 04:52
Girls I'm very sorry to hear about your loss. your mom was a very special patient of mine. Your in my thoughts and prayers! I'm glad I got a chance to meet her she was a special lady..
So sorry
Brenda Linahan
(Radiology Dept)
#1 sam&cheryl dohle 2010-10-11 13:57
carol was a very kind and jolly lady.whom loved her family very much.she often told sam and i that little dj was the apple of her eye..that he kept nana and papa going.she was one of the nicest people youd ever want to meet.we are very glad to have met her and become good friends and distant family to her thru jennifer and dj.she will be missed alot. REST IN PEACE NOW CAROL FOR THERE IS NOMORE PAIN.glad we got to come see her and that she knew we were there...

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