Gregory W. Spencer Funeral Directors

4000 Miller Ave, Fort Worth, TX


Carolyn Lee FIELDS

October 15, 1962August 21, 2020

Carolyn Lee FIELDS, age 57, of Arlington, Texas passed away on Friday, August 21, 2020. Carolyn was born October 15, 1962 in Louisville, MS to the late Ruth M. Hampton and Willie D. Hampton. She was the eighth of eleven siblings. She was educated within Louisville Public Schools before making her to Texas during her early adult life, where she met her lifetime partner and husband Raumone. Carolyn obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing at the University of Texas at Arlington and worked as a Registered Oncology Nurse at Medical City Arlington for over ten years. Carolyn was a devout Christian and attended New Life Fellowship Church in Arlington, Texas. Carolyn was known as a soft, quiet spirit with a raging passion for helping others. After extraordinary care by nurses during an extended illness in 1996 she was determined to give back and this set the course for her career. Carolyn was preceded in death by her two infant sons, parents Ruth and Willie D. Hampton, infant brother Morris Hampton, and 2 brothers-in-law Kenneth Mason, Sr. and Thomas S. Jones. To cherish memories of her forever and celebrate her life, Carolyn leaves behind; her devoted husband of 31years Raumone Fields; loving daughter Kiana Fields; 4 brothers, Calvin Hampton (Linda), Randy Hampton (Tanga), Harvey Hampton (Linda), Frederick Hampton (Mechelle); 6 sisters, Vettiest Mason, Jessie Jones, Eldorado Hampton, Theresa Liggans (Jack), Glendaria Hampton and Margo Hearns, cherished friend and god mother for her daughter, Anita Jones and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins and dear friends.

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  • Celebration Of Her Life

    Thursday, August 27, 2020

  • Celebration Of Her Life

    Friday, August 28, 2020


Carolyn Lee FIELDS

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Tanesha Miller

August 28, 2020

Aunt Carol God has received a golden angel and I know he knows this. I can remember as a child how kind and loving you were. Iā€™m glad I got to grace your presence when you came and visited us. Forever I will think of you and give my son a big kiss for me. Forever and ever you will always be remembered. Love you šŸ˜˜ šŸ™šŸ½

Glendaria Hampton

August 27, 2020

To my beautiful sister: I will never forget, as kids, how you loved being called my "twin". My fondest memory of high school is watching how fast you could run. I will never forget that in college, you got me a room in the new dorm when they said I could not have one. I will never forget our sister's trips and all the fun we had. I know I have lost a great sister and a best friend, but my heart rejoices because Jesus got the victory in the end. You traded your earthly tabernacle for your heavenly one. Although I cry and I really miss you, I am just so happy you are now free. I will always have you in my heart. Love always! Glenda

Theresa Liggans

August 27, 2020

I remember having fun at church, playing in the yard, getting in trouble together, family reunions, going on trips together but most of all calling each day to discuss a movie we were watching or just having a sister talk.
My mind still talks to her and my heart still looks for her, but my soul knows she is at peace. She will really be missed. Love you sister, from your sister, Theresa.
Niece and Brother-in-Law love you all and keep the faith because she is with God. Love Always


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