Green Acres Memorial Park & Mortuary

11715 Cedar Ave, Bloomington, CA


Carolyn Faye Key

August 14, 1947March 17, 2020

Carolyn Faye Key was born on August 14, 1947 and passed away on March 17, 2020.


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Carolyn Faye Key

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Renee Key

March 28, 2020

Mom just a flash back to ur life u were beautiful love your daughter renee

Joseph Key

March 27, 2020

I'll always miss the days coming to your house as a kid and playing with all the old toys and years later the same toys sat in that same spot. Now gone forever and only memories remain. Love you and miss you grandma

Renee Key

March 27, 2020

MOM I love u so much n I'm going miss you I know I should have visiting n called more often and I'm very sorry for that but you knew I love u very much u and ur stink eye will be truly missed.

cynthia whitehead

March 22, 2020

Sister I will miss you more then words can say, you were one of a kind and I will love you forever and miss you forever, my heart is broken, and my history chain is broken , who will I call , who will care, you were my friend as far back I could ever remember, I always new you had my back, and so did our mother, you were the best daughter to her, and she loved you so much, dance in heaven with her, I know that you have wanted to go for 6 years but held on because of me, I am so pissed about that, you promised you would not leave me alone, but I understand, I see you one day and well laugh about all the crap , I love you give my daughter n mother a kiss n hug and save me seat, when this virus moves past us I read the poems you left the most fitting Were are my children . you will be missed so much . thank you for being the best sister ever born

Shannon Key

March 22, 2020

I have so many memories of you. I have struggled to think of a single one, as they are all cherished greatly. I can say that throughout our lives you have always been compassionate, understanding and loving. Although I moved away we talked often. Every time I came back for a visit we would spend time together laughing and some times crying. You have always been so strong. Through all the hard times you remained optimistic. You always had a great sense of humor and loved to laugh. We shared recipes often, if you ask anyone who knew you. They always talk about the food you prepared. You had a way of always comforting us usually with food. I hope to continue to make you proud mom. I miss you so much already. I didn't want to let you go but, I truly hope you are finally at peace. With all my love your daughter, Shannon

lillie woods

March 19, 2020

RIP my Sister all loved you will miss all the great food you'd cook up ..an your silliness getting other to laugh..I will never forget watching Lassie movie with you you put your fingers in your nose said what are you doing said way to keep from crying I laughed so hard..never knew what you'd come up with I always loved you ,be happy your with moma an our family dance with our angels happy an free..xoxox from your sis an nephews never will you be forgotten...