OBITUARY

Carolyn Jean Curlee

January 12, 1944May 9, 2019

Carolyn Jean Curlee was born on January 12, 1944 and passed away on May 9, 2019.

Services

28 May

Funeral Service

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The Bridge Church

9904 Bloomington Ave
Bloomington, CA 92316

Memories

Carolyn Jean Curlee

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Erika Andrews

May 20, 2019

To one of the few teachers that saw my potential as a young preschool student. I remember the amount of times I was sent home with a note on my back for all the mischief I got into but you were always so sweet and kind to me. I will never forget your smiling face and wonderful disposition towards all the children under your care at VCS. My prayers are with your family.


Love,

Erika

Christine Garrison

May 17, 2019

Dear Sweet Carol,
Your ability to love everyone and see their best side was amazing. I always enjoyed making you something, because you always were so enthusiastic to recieved a homemade gift. You made me feel like I was special. You made this world a brighter place to be. Your family will miss you forever, but will rejoice in knowing your with the Lord now. I can see you hugging all the Angels and making thier days brighter too.

Kathy & Frank Carno

May 16, 2019

Carol I love how you showed me and others unconditional love. I remember are last conversation ending “ love you Kathy and you are my baby sister “. I will remember those words forever. Frank said he loved your smile and your hugs!
RIP my sweet friend/Sister forever in our hearts...

Carla Metcalf

May 16, 2019

Christmas 2018 , I gave Carol a I love Lucy ornament, her eyes lit up. She also enjoyed the I love Lucy book album I gave her. I got a big hug from her that day. I love you Carol.

April Lopez

May 15, 2019

I worked with Carol many years ago, we shared a room at Valley Christian Pre-school. Some of my favorite memories of that time are those of her unending love for the children she cared for. It was not unusual to see her carrying a child that was the same size as she was, patting them gently and telling them it will be ok. Her students and co-workers knew that they were being cared for, prayed for and loved unconditionally. I love her so very much and hope her family can feel peace during this difficult time.

Connie Ashworth

May 15, 2019

Sweet dear Carol always had a warm hug and beautiful smile every single Sunday morning. She would brighten up and make me feel I was someone she really wanted to talk to. She had a special gift of making everyone feel loved. I am so blessed to have been able to spend time with her and share little bits and pieces of our lives. She will be so missed but I have no doubt she is with Jesus and praising Him for the rest of eternity. I love you Carol!

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