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Carol Diane Hampton Wooten

21 May, 196417 July, 2020
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'She Was Our Cheerleader and Always in Our Corners'

Carol Diane Hampton Wooten, age 56, passed away unexpectedly on Friday ~ July 17, 2020 at her residence in Gastonia, North Carolina. Carol was a Mama to everyone and loved to take blankets in the backyard and have picnics with her children. She loved to pet and baby her children and the grandbabies were the joy of her life and she had a very special relationship with her granddaughter Taylor. Carol would do anything and everything with her kids. Her sense of humor was unlimited with her family and she loved to scare her kids in fun. Carol had an excitement for her animals, fishing, walking, planting her flowers, sunbathing and watching television. She will always be known for sacrificing herself for her family and friends.

Those left behind to cherish Carol's memories and carry on her legacy are her mother: Virginia Mullinax Hampton of Bessemer City, North Carolina; companion: Ed Perkins of the home; two daughters: Jennifer Wooten and husband Anthony Hughes of Dallas, North Carolina, Heather Wooten of Kings Mountain, North Carolina; son: Chris Wooten and fiancée Jennifer Cook of Dallas, North Carolina; sister: Susan Hampton of Gastonia, North Carolina; two brothers: Randy Hampton and Robert Hampton of Bessemer City, North Carolina; eight grandchildren: Taylor Wooten, Kimberley Hughes, Tyler Hughes, Chad Hughes, Cameron Hughes, Hayleigh Stone, Allie Rae Mauney and Daniel Wooten; three great grandchildren: Easton Tindal, Parker Hughes and Rhettley Parton (who's due to enter this world in September); two fur-babies: Chewy and Daisy; several nieces and nephews who Carol had a very special relationship with also survive.

Carol was the daughter of the late Bobby Eugene Hampton who passed away in 2002 and her stepfather Calvin Hampton who passed away in 2015. She was also preceded in death by one brother Ronnie Hampton.

A Life Well Celebrated Ceremony will be held at 8:00 PM Wednesday ~ July 22, 2020 in the Memorial Chapel of the Dallas Funeral Home, 212 West Trade Street, Dallas, North Carolina with Reverend Roger Overton delivering words of hope and comfort to Carol's family and friends.

The family will gather and receives guests from 6:00 PM ~ 8:00 PM prior to the service while drawing strength from your support as they share stories and allow friends to say their final goodbyes to Carol.

Expressions of love and fond memories may be made on Carol's guestbook at www.carothersfuneralhomedallas.com

Carol and her family are in the loving care of the Dallas Funeral Home.

  • FAMILY

  • Virginia Mullinax Hampton, Mother
  • Ed Perkins, Significant Other
  • Jennifer Wooten, Daughter
  • Anthony Hughes, Son in Law
  • Heather Wooten, Daughter
  • Chris Wooten, Son
  • Jennifer Cook, Chris's Fiance'
  • Susan Hampton, Sister
  • Randy Hampton, Brother
  • Robert Hampton, Brother
  • Taylor Wooten, Granddaughter
  • Kimberley Hughes, Granddaughter
  • Tylor Hughes, Grandson
  • Chad Hughes, Grandson
  • Cameron Hughes, Grandson
  • Hayleigh Stone, Granddaughter
  • Allie Rae Mauney, Granddaughter
  • Daniel Wooten, Grandson
  • Easton Tindal, Great Grandson
  • Parker Hughes, Great Grandson
  • Rhettley Parton, Grandson (who's due to enter this world in September)
  • Chewy, Fur Baby
  • Daisy, Fur Baby
  • Calvin Hampton, Stepfather (deceased)
  • Bobby Eugene Hampton, Father (deceased)
  • Ronnie Hampton, Brother (deceased)
  • Several nieces and nephews also survive.

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Heather Wooten

July 24, 2020

I wish we could have made more memories together, took more pictures of you....

Sandra Maney

July 20, 2020

Carol was my first little curly haired girl as I used to carry her on my hip; taking her everywhere her sister Susan, my sister Mary Lee and I went while my mother had them in her care! She always had a delightful laugh and she was a merry and mischievous baby! I had the pleasure of taking care of her and her siblings outside in the yard as all of us grew older and wanted to play outside in the summertime! I along with others of her vast family got to watch her grow into a beautiful and opinionated young lady! She was always excited about something if nothing but her appearance. She and my sister Mary Lee were always contending with each other about who was the prettiest of the the two. I always told them that they were both beautiful or pretty! Those were the days! I moved first to Mount Holly and later to Smyrna, SC and I lost contact with most of my people in NC. But, I never forgot them and I will always remember the times I spent with my cousins. Susan, Robert and Carol were all part of my youth and I will always; always hold the memories that we had back in the day as an unforgettable experience! Love you Carol with a fondness in my heart that will always be with me when I think of you!!

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