Murphy Funeral Homes


Carol A. Mislevy

22 June, 194217 March, 2021

Carol A. Mislevy, 78, passed away peacefully on March 17, 2021 at the Capital Caring Hospice Center, Arlington, VA.

She was born on June 22, 1942, in Spangler, PA, the daughter of John and Mary (Sumper) Mislevy, who preceded her in death.

She is survived by her sister, Rita (C. James) Cunningham, Arlington, VA her brother John (Chris Barwick) Mislevy, Manassas Park, VA, brother Richard (Balinda Stasko), Patton, PA, and her beloved nieces: Cathleen (Angel) Marques and sons Alexander and Michael, Chantilly, VA; Karen (Christopher) Geisler and children Jacob, Claire, and Madeliene, Arlington, VA; Diane (Colin) Hayes and children, Henry and Vivian; and nephew, Scott (Robin Farabaugh) Mislevy and sons Zachary and Nathan.

Carol graduated in 1960 from Patton High School and attended Marymount University, Arlington, VA. She was employed by the Federal Government's Department of Transportation for 43 years.

At Carol's request, there will be no visitation.

A funeral Mass will be held at 1:00 PM on March 23, 2021 St. Ann Catholic Church, 5300 North 10th Street, Arlington, VA 22205. Interment will be in Pennsylvania at a later date.

Memorials can be made to Capital Caring Health, 3180 Fairview Park Dr., Falls Church, VA 22042.


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Carol A. Mislevy

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A Regina Shortencarrier

6 April 2021

I always considered Carol as a family member. She was often at our family events and we enjoyed sharing that time with her, with her cheerful, caring manner. She is sadly missed.
Love, Jim and Regina

Janet Freeland

23 March 2021

My dad Peter Puch always admired her. Thank you for taking care of my sister

Stephanie (Geisler) Swift

23 March 2021

Dear Carol,

What a beautiful memorial service and I will remember you for being so kind, sincere, and generous of your time with family. It was a pleasure to get to know you through Karen and Chris and to spend so many family gatherings and conversations with you. We celebrated many milestones together! I also realize now we share the same birthday.
May you rest in peace and be an enduring example of faithfulness and courage we can aspire to.

God bless,

Jacob Geisler

23 March 2021

I will miss Aunt Carol for many, many reasons. Whenever we went to her house, she was always so happy to see us. She would always worry for our safety. Every holiday and celebration she would send us wonderful cards that were kept on display for weeks. She would buy us nice gifts and treats for Halloween, Christmas, Easter and much more. She always was willing to chat about any topic. Seeing her always brightened my day and her hugs gave me comfort. She was such a nice person and attended all the events she could go to. She was a great person and it will be difficult to say goodbye forever.

Claire Geisler

23 March 2021

I will miss seeing Aunt Carol when ever I come to Grandma's house.

Rest In Peace,

Chris Geisler

23 March 2021

I will always be grateful for Carol’s love and support for our kids. She always wanted to know how they were doing, what they were up to, and enjoyed watching them learn and grow. She was a kind and generous person, and will be missed greatly by our family.

God Bless,


Karen Geisler

22 March 2021

Aunt Carol,

A lifetime of memories. I will treasure them all. Thank you for all of your love and support.

You are loved and missed everyday.

Rest in Peace,


Ethel Faith

21 March 2021

I would like to express my condolences and sympathy to Carol’s family. I have known Carol for over 50 years. We met in D.C. and I worked and lived with Carol and her sister Rita. I moved back to PA, but Carol and I remained friends keeping in touch through phone calls, cards and letters. I have many many fond memories of our years together and we would often reminisce of those years. I feel blessed to have known Carol. She was a special person and a person of great faith. I pray and believe God called her home to a place of heavenly peace and eternal life.
Rest In Peace my dear friend. Love, Ethel Faith

Charlie Romero

20 March 2021

We share our condolences with her family. Carol was a lovely, faithful, thoughtful, and caring friend for over 15 years. We have so many smiling memories of her. We celebrate her life and the love she shared with us and others. We rejoice that Carol is with her Heavenly Father in a new body and seeing the face of Jesus her Savior.

3 And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, "Behold, the dwelling place of God is with man. He will dwell with them, and they will be his people, and God himself will be with them as their God.
4 He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away."
Revelation 21:3-4

Diane Rhodes

20 March 2021

Rita told me to look up her sister Carol when I transferred to the Department of Transportation many years ago. Carol has been a true friend and always so upbeat and happy even when she started having health problems. I will truly miss my friend so RIP Carol.