Carolyn L. Streich
August 28, 1941 – February 12, 2021
Carolyn “Mickey” Streich (Weise), 79, of Little Rock, Arkansas, passed away on February 12th, 2021 after battling several health issues.
Carolyn was born August 28th, 1941 and attended North Little Rock High School. Carolyn was a school journalist and present on the day Little Rock Central High School was integrated on August 29th, 1957. After high school Carolyn went on to study journalism at Ouachita Baptist University.
Carolyn owned and operated several successful businesses during her lifetime, but her life’s passion was the genealogy work she did. Carolyn first published a book in 1978 on the Vaughan family history. At her time of death, Carolyn was researching the history of her father’s lineage, the Weise family. Carolyn would travel wherever her research took her to find information, even to Germany, the birthplace of her paternal grandparents.
Carolyn is preceded in death by her father, L.W. Weise, husband, Kenneth M. Streich, and step-son, David M. Streich. Carolyn is survived by her son, Kenneth E. Vaughan Jr, and daughter, Sharon Vaughan of Bentonville, AR, grandchildren, D. Chrystian Himes of Austin, TX, Danielle Harrison and her husband Cody of Columbus, GA, great-granddaughter Caroline; sisters Sandra and Cynthia; brother Steven, and many beloved relatives and cherished friends.
A memorial service will be held at Griffin Leggett Healey & Roth Funeral home located at 5800 W. 12th Street, Little Rock Arkansas, on Saturday, February 27th at 1:00pm.
Saturday, February 27, 2021
Carolyn L. Streich
February 25, 2021
Miss Carolyn will be missed here at the Cottages! Please accept our sincere condolences and May Heavenly Father give you comfort at this time. Much love and prayers.
The Cottage Sisters... Carolyn Burks, Belinda Greene, Patsy White, and others..
February 17, 2021
Oh Mickey you were a beautiful part of our (mine and my childrens) lives just at the right time! I love you sweet lady!!! I remember all the tasty dinners David & I had in your home in Tucson! Those were some of the best times of my life ♥️ You were always so accepting and loving to my children and myself! You and I had some heartfelt talks on that back porch swing. I am forever grateful for your wisdom. The best one yet was in our recent messages when we talked about our past and how precious you made ME feel about my calling to raise all these children! I had no idea you’d be gone so soon & we wouldn’t be able to have another moment to reconnect. You are beautiful & I will NEVER forget you!!! You are in Gods hands now and you have no more battles to face. Rest easy now Mickey. I love you & I will see you later 😘 🙏🏻♥️