OBITUARY

Carolyn Bertram Higgins

April 13, 1935April 29, 2018

Carolyn Bertram Higgins passed away April 29, 2018 in Orlando, Florida. She was born on April 13, 1935 and raised in Prattville, Alabama. She was a graduate of Auburn University. She is survived by her sons Ben and Ed Higgins; daughter- in-law Julie Higgins; granddaughters Cheyenne Higgins and Ashlee Kay; brother-in-law Erman Evans; nephew Dr. Ken Evans. She was preceded in death by her husband Col. Bennie E. Higgins Jr.; Sister Sarah Evans and niece Elaine Evans. Carolyn was an active member of the Pine Castle United Methodist Church.

A Graveside Service will be held in Montgomery, Alabama on May 9, 2018 at 11:00 Greenwood Serenity Memorial Gardens.

  • FAMILY

  • Ed Higgins, Son
  • Ben Higgins, Son
  • Julie Higgins, Daughter-in-law
  • Cheyenne Higgins, Granddaughter
  • Ashlee Kay Higgins, Granddaughter
  • Erman Evans, Brother-in-law
  • Dr. Ken Evans, Nephew
  • Col. Bennie E. Higgins, Husband
  • Francis Bertram, Father
  • Lottie Collins, Mother
  • Sarah Evans, Sister
  • Elaine Evans, Niece

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, May 9, 2018
  • Graveside Service Wednesday, May 9, 2018
REMEMBERING

Carolyn Bertram Higgins

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Nancy Norred Davis

May 14, 2018

Carolyn was one of my favorite cousins. She was always happy and energetic even when she got older. She was very independent and learned to do and fix many things around the house and on cars. I never heard her say a cross word to anyone. We both shared a love of cats, and she was lonely when her last cat died. Carolyn loved her sister, Sarah, who was one of her best friends. Carolyn was among the fortunate people who never gained weight her whole life which was just like her daddy. Her red hair as well as her welcoming personality always made her stand out and be remembered . I will certainly miss talking to her.

Nancy Carol Davis

Jim Riley

May 9, 2018

When we were young Carolyn and I loved to climb trees. We were good at it. Unfortunately, Sarah, her sister, was not so accomplished as we. Carolyn and I would help Sarah climb whatever tree we were in. So far, so good, but then we would get tired of that tree and leave. Sarah was left in the tree to get down by her self.

FROM THE FAMILY