Condolence From: Suzanne Dodge, Land O Lakes, FL
Condolence: My dear sweet aunt Caroline. We will all miss you.
Condolence From: Billie Halley, Columbus, OH
Condolence: I will be forever grateful that I had the privilege of getting to know my Aunt Carolyn well. She was a wonderful human being. Always the kindness of heart, kindness of thought, voice of wisdom (and experience) - the list of which is endless. What a wonderful legacy to leave behind. I am blessed to have shared a part of her life.
Condolence From: Mike Pettibone, Columbus, OH
Condolence: Carolyn was a fantastic neighbor, an expert gardener, and a world-class Scrabble player. My what a long, honest, and remarkable life she lived. May God comfort you and your family at this time, Nancy, and bless you, Lorien and the entire Hill family, for the wonderful loving care you provided Carolyn during her later years.
Condolence From: Mike & Linda Henry, Castle Pines, Colorado
Condolence: Thinking of the entire Hill family during this difficult time. Aunt Carolyn was a special person and we know how much you will miss her.
Condolence From: Susan Hill-Fowler, Louisville, Ky
Condolence: Thinking of you at this time.
Condolence From: Debbie Currie, White Lake, Ontario, Canada
Condolence: Our deepest condolences Jim, Jeff and Nancy and all of your families. Aunt Carolyn was very special to me and I will truly miss her. I am so happy that Julia and I were able to visit last year! Rest in peace Aunt Carolyn. Maybe we will meet again and play another game of Scrabble. Love Debbie, Gord, Samantha, Danielle and Julia
Condolence From: Linda Erven, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Nancy, My condolences on the death of your mother. I knew she was a fantastic kindergarten teacher in 1960 when I began teaching at Indian Springs. What wonderful memories you must have of her!