November 24, 1946 – October 5, 2019
Alice L. Carroll, age 72, of Cincinnati, Ohio passed away on Saturday October 5, 2019. Alice was born November 24, 1946 in LaFollette, TN to the late Edna and Kenneth Baird.
Alice is survived by her daughter, Jeanette (Steven) McIntosh and son, Michael (Doris) Carroll; grandchildren, Brandy (Matthew) McIntosh-Coates, Jason McIntosh and Tara Carroll, great-grandchildren, Taylor and Nathan Coates, Ruby and Cody Schwab, Javyn Pressel and Rylin Humphreys; former, husband, J.R. Carroll; sisters, Anna Nelson, Sue Sisson, Jewell (Steve) Hanson and Laura Toler Polson; brother, Gary (Betty) Baird; a host of other loved family and friends.
Alice was preceded in death by her sisters, Polly Letner and Sherry Baird; brothers, Jimmy Baird, Johnny Baird, Frances Baird and Kenneth Baird, Jr,.
A gathering of family and friends for Alice will be held Wednesday, October 9, 2019 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Anderson Funeral Homes, 1357 East Second Street, Franklin, OH 45005. A memorial service will occur Thursday, October 10, 2019 at 11:00 AM at the funeral home.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at https://www.dignitymemorial.com for the Carroll family.
- Kenneth Baird, Father (deceased)
- Edna Baird, Mother (deceased)
- Jeanette (Steven) McIntosh, Daughter
- Michael (Doris) Carroll, Son
- Brandy (Matthew) McIntosh-Coates, Jason McIntosh, Tara Carroll, Grandchildren
- Taylor and Nathan Coates, Ruby and Cody Schwab, Javyn Pressel and Rylin Humphreys, Great-Grandchildren
- J.R. Carroll, Former Husband
- Anna Nelson, Sue Sisson, Jewell (Steve) Hanson, Laura Toler Polson, Sisters
- Gary (Betty) Baird, Brother
- Polly Letner and Sherry Baird, sisters (deceased)
- Jimmy Baird, Johnny Baird, Frances Baird and Kenneth Baird, Jr,, brothers (deceased)
- Gathering of Family and Friends Wednesday, October 9, 2019
- Memorial Service Thursday, October 10, 2019
October 9, 2019
There are many great memories of Rene, she was the most loving, giving person that I was blessed to have crossed into my life. She would literally give you the shirt off her back whether you needed it or not, all you had to do was say you really liked that shirt she was wearing, like I did once and she was taking it off to give it to me. I had to stop her and tell her No No, you can’t do that!! But sure enough, the next time I saw her she had that shirt and a few more she thought I would like bagged up and gave them to me. She was something else, the world could use a few million more Rene’s in it and it would be a much better place. Although, my most loved memory of Rene is her telling me I was family. I will always cherish hearing her say to me "Hey Sis".
1 2 3 march on Rene, love you and miss you, your Sis, Terry
October 7, 2019
After some time had passed, Rene and I reconnected. I'm so sad at her passing. I remember her when she was a teenager and I was a few years younger. Rene and some of my other teenage cousins taught me how to play spin the bottle around a campfire. The boys were very respectful and the girl teenagers kept a close eye out for me making sure kisses were on my cheek. Although that's been decades, I can still smell the campfire. It is one of my most precious memories. Rest in peace my beloved Rene.