Carole Lynn McDonald
October 20, 1944 – February 3, 2020
Carole Lynn McDonald was born on October 20, 1944 and passed away on February 3, 2020 and is under the care of Chapel of the Hills.
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Carole Lynn McDonald
May 14, 2020
Carole and I were friends since we were 19 (1963) She grew up down the street from and went to school with my husband. She was a bridesmaid in our wedding and we were roommates in the duplex on J Street until I moved to San Luis Obispo to attend Cal Poly. Upon my return to Sacramento we resumed our friendship. We spent many, many days and nights talking and reminiscing about our lives and the turns they took. As I grew in my relationship with Jesus, I saw Carole grow as well. It was a wonderful thing to see her journey. Ken and I moved to a small town in Texas in 2009, Carole and I continued with phone conversations. I have thought of her often and was surprised when I did a search to find she passed on my birthday. If anyone who reads this will contact me regarding Carole, my # is 325-347-2348. Thank you Sherrie Cordero
March 30, 2020
Carole was my cousin and dearly loved by all her family and friends. I have many happy and funny memories that I will cherish forever. Carole was so smart and funny. I will miss our Thanksgivings together and long talks about so many things. She cared deeply about people and always wanted to help others in need. I love you Carole. Thanksgiving was the last time we talked and I'm going to miss you being there this year.
March 18, 2020
You are one of the sweetest people I have ever known Carole!! I miss you and will never forget you. I know you are in heaven and that gives me great peace!! I will see you there some day my sweet sister. Rest in wonderful peace Carole!!
February 13, 2020
Carole ran the buseness, VIVA that I went to for Grief Counseling for my best friends sudden death. I will always be very grateful for her efforts opening VIVA.
I sat and spoke with Carole and had interesting and profound talks.
I will always remember Carole💗