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Lakeshore Mortuary

1815 South Dobson Road, Mesa, AZ

OBITUARY

Carol Lynn Britton

August 14, 1952February 10, 2020

Mrs. Carol Britton died peacefully in her sleep without pain on February 10th, 2020 in Mesa, AZ at the age of 67.

Mrs. Britton was born on August 14, 1952 in Corinth NY to Robert and June Britton. She married Kevin Molloy and she raised three beautiful children. Two years ago, she married Mr. Todd Johnson the love of her life. She was the greatest mom, wife, and homemaker.

Mrs. Britton is survived by Todd her husband, sons Sean, Jeremiah, Jireh, step daughter Krysee, and two younger sisters - Laurie and Sheryl. She has ten grandchildren Tasha, Nicholas, River, Maci, Joshua, Braxton, Remy, Megan, Joanna, and Mathea. She has one great grandchild Olivia.

A Celebration of Life is scheduled at Gilbert Vineyard church on Sunday, February 23rd at 2 pm. Pastor Jack Moraine will officiate the ceremony. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Carol Britton's life. In lieu of flowers, please make any donations to Todd Johnson, her wonderful husband.

If you need further assistance, please reach out to Sean Molloy at 602-750-2940.

Services

23 February

Celebration of Life

2:00 pm

Vineyard Community Church

601 S Cooper Rd
Gilbert, AZ 85233

Memories

Carol Lynn Britton

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Jeremiah Molloy

February 23, 2020

Mom? Our family enjoyed the time you could come and visit with us. Though it was only a couple of years ago, it felt like a lifetime. I wanted to post this picture to show to your other loved ones and family across the country a moment captured in time with you and my kids and I. I love you bunches and bunches Momma! You looked real good... and young? I will tell you what! Momma? You go girl!:0)

Todd Johnson

February 23, 2020

Honey today we celebrate you. Could not sleep very well as I was thinking about today and wanting it to go well.
No words can describe how much I miss you and love you. Thank you for being
The best wife in the world.

Sean Molloy

February 23, 2020

It’s late at night right now and I can’t sleep because I am thinking about you. Your celebration of life service is in the morning, I finished my eulogy about you almost a week ago, but I am pondering how it will all turn out and who will show up. I just want the best for you and to honor you in all of this. Thanks for being the best mom ever. Thank you God for taking care of my mom up there in heaven.

Sean Molloy

February 19, 2020

Mom, I bet you would be proud of me last night. I watched Survivor while holding you on my lap. It is the best one ever. Love you Momma and I miss you bunches.

Todd Johnson

February 17, 2020

Week ago today I lost my best friend
Love of my life and Wii golf partner. Not a day that goes by will I lose the love I had for you. Sweet dreams my love
Till we meet again

Boyd Ammerman

February 17, 2020

I remember growing up with Carol. We spent time together at home, church & family reunions. Carol always had a loving spirit; especially when it came to family and children. She preferred to stay out of the spotlight. She was a humble person. When we moved south, we lost touch with each other. But knew we had a love for one another. And when we did get together, we picked up where we left off... The world will miss a wonderful woman, wife, mother, sister, grandmother, cousin & friend. So glad you’re with your mom & dad; and your Heavenly Father.

Brenda Ammerman

February 16, 2020

I remember Carol in Sunday School when she was 6 or 7. I was 4 or 5. She was always so happy to see me and I was so glad she was my friend.
Later in life I married her cousin, Dave. It was wonderful to see her again on her visits to Panama City, and on our visits to Mobile. She always made everyone around her feel good. It was a real blessing to know her. Carol was so loving and so sweet. I'll look forward to catching up again when we see one another in heaven. Dave and I are praying for comfort for her boys, her sisters and her husband.

Lois Bortner-Melito

February 15, 2020

Carol was my 2nd cousin on my dad's side. I have fond memories of growing up and staying at Aunt June and Uncle Bob's home for weekend visits. Carol was always soo soo loving and called me Lois Ann just like her momma and Laurie. I guess that was because there was 2 Lois' in the family. One was me and the other was Aunt June and my grandmother's sister Aunt Loey. Carol had a heart of gold and loved unconditionally. I still remember attending her wedding in North Tonawanda. She was sooo pretty and so happy to be a bride. Her boys WERE her life, her joy and her heart!! She loved you all with all that she was as she loved her parents and her siblings. She will never be further from you than your heart and your memories. The picture below is how I remember her best with her brother Chuck and I I presume the baby was Sheryl or maybe her first born...don't recall.
God Speed Carol. Enjoy Heaven with all of your family that was there to meet you. My deepest condolences to you her precious family!❤
Lois.....LoisAnn :)

Shirley Bortner Tharp

February 15, 2020

Carol is the cousin of my first husband Phil, who passed away in 1997. We lived in Dothan, AL, for several years and would often visit Aunt June and Uncle Bob Britton, Carol’s parents, both in North Tonawanda, NY, and Mobile, AL. Carol was born in my hometown of Corinth, NY, and her Dad was my pastor during my teenage years. We always enjoyed visiting the family even though I can’t say that I knew Carol in her adult years. From the comments I have read here, I know she was greatly loved by both family and friends. I am happy to know she loved Jesus and I will get reacquainted with her when I get to Heaven.

mary ellen hackman

February 15, 2020

Hi guys,I. Loved your mom to pieces I remember going to church camp in. New York one summer way back when Uncle Bob and Aunt June ,Aunt Evie and Uncle. Lived up there the year Aunt Evie and Uncle moved down I was a teenager I remember Sheryler had a broken arm I love spending time with your mom and your aunt's and also I remember when your mom and dad wanted the boys moved to Florida it was a great time back in them days and when your. Guess moved. To moblie,Ala. I enjoyed going there to see you guys your mom waas so sweet loving. A few times she come down for my birthday and always got me a cake! She always loved going to church and I knew she had JESUS in. Her heart love helping with Bible School that was fun teaching kids, your mom always had a very sweet spirit she was so amazing but just remember you have amazing memoires. Of your mom I know saying it one thing I had to learn the hard way just takes life one day. At a time and pray alot the Lord will see you. Though thick and thin and I will keep all of you in my prayers and though i love and miss you guys

FROM THE FAMILY