OBITUARY

Carol D. Perry

January 13, 1939March 7, 2018
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Carol (Deeter) Perry, 79 of Little Rock, Arkansas passed away March 7th, 2018. She was born January 13th, 1939 in Little Rock. She graduated from Conway High School and was a retired key punch supervisor at Systematics. She was a member of the First Baptist church of Sherwood for many years where she formed many close friendships.

Carol was a wonderful Mom, she loved Jesus, her family and her many friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers and sisters. She is survived by her children, Richard (Cindy), Mark (Valerie), Scott (Dana), Laura and her 6 grandchildren, Richard, Logan, Dallas, Blake, Emilee, and Patrick, and a host of nieces and nephews, many that held a special place in her heart.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 am, Monday, March 12th at Griffin Leggett Rest Hills, 7724 Landers Rd., NLR. The visitation will be on Sunday, March 11th from 4 to 6 and the funeral home . Online guestbook at www.griffinleggettresthills.com

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, March 11, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, March 12, 2018
  • Burial Monday, March 12, 2018
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Clarissa Peters

March 12, 2018

I miss my Aunt Carol and miss the ability to call and talk with her about anything and everything, especially about my mom. I will miss the love she showed me because when Carol loved you, you KNEW it! She was one of the most loving and forgiving persons I’ve ever known.

I also find myself so happy for her though. She is finally reunited with all of her siblings and parents, especially Mammaw. She’s young and painfree and enveloped in love. It’s such a joyous picture that I can’t help but be happy for her.

My heart goes out to Rick because you now have to miss your mother for the rest of your days. In my last conversation with her she told me that no matter how much time passes, you always miss and want your mother, it never goes away. I know she would be so proud of how you and Cindy have handled yourselves and all of these difficult decisions.

The world was a better place with Aunt Carol. Her presence and love will be missed by so many. Thank you for sharing her with the rest of us!

“Dinky”

Michelle Haley

March 12, 2018

My Dear, sweetest Aunt Carol,
I am going to miss having our Girls’ luncheons to celebrate our birthdays, Christmas and just because days. They were times of laughter, love, great wisdom and advice from you. It was always a special treat to get to share that time with you. You are one of the most wonderful women I know. I’m so proud and thankful to have had you in my life. Our lives won’t be the same without you, but we will reunite in Heaven one day. I love you so much. Your red-headed niece Shell 💜

Sherry Rowlett

March 11, 2018

I first met Carol in 1973 when I became the receptionist at Systematics, Inc. She took that 19 year old under her wing more than once in the following years! She was always there for me long after I left Systematics! I will remember her smile, her laugh, and her sweet spirit! Sending love and prayers of comfort for her family. Sherry Rowlett

Margaret Dearing

March 9, 2018

Carol,
You were the sweetest person on God's green earth. You loved my Bill as I did/do. You loved both of us through the loss of our sweet daughter, Kathy, to a drunk driver. And you never failed to send a card or call just at the right time when we were feeling low. You knew that our Parole Board hearings affected us badly, and you were always right there to lift us up.

May you be lifted up now through your love, your sweet personality, and may you see the face of God.

Love,
Margaret Mellinger Dearing

Linda Smith

March 9, 2018

Aunt Carol,
There are not adaquate words to describe what you mean to me. You were always my “pretty” aunt, my sweet aunt, my kind aunt and my second mother. You were my mother’s baby sister who my mother loved so very much. You gave me, your son, my cousin Ricky, who was and is The closest thing to a brother I will ever have. Of all the family and relatives I have I spent more time with you and Ricky. I adored you so much. I was so proud of my Aunt Carol. Thank you for the love you gave me. Thank you for always listening to me and being there for me. I will miss you so very much.
I love you Aunt Carol, you hold a place in my heart that nobody else could ever hold. I’ll see you again and we’ll rejoice in our Savior together. Until then, tears for me left here without you and happiness for you in your new forever home. Love you forever. Your niece.

Tommie Halford

March 9, 2018

What can I say? I lost a Dear Sweet Friend that I will miss dearly. We talked almost every day & already feel such a void in my heart.
We had some great times together with our friend Betty.
Heaven was her Gain & our Loss!
Gone but never Forgotten.
Love you Carol Perry

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