Carol Tyler Grieve
January 12, 1953 – June 20, 2020
Carol Lynn Tyler Grieve, 67, died on Saturday 6/20/20 at Haven Hospice in Orange Park Florida. Carol lived for her 7 children and 15 grandchildren. She loved to write songs, and stories and to make up games to share with her children. She always said she loved being a mom and had so much fun playing with her kids. This joy extended to her grandchildren as they arrived. Carol was always available to listen, offer encouragement, or advice. Sunday dinner with her children and grandchildren was her favorite activity. Carol was also very active in her church. As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Carol filled many leadership roles as a Relief Society President, Sunday school teacher, visiting teacher, and friend to anyone who needed a friend. She was truly the epitome of great love and selflessness. Carol became a nurse in 1974. She had a love for learning and continued to further her education obtaining a Masters Degree in Public Health, a second Masters in Psychiatric Nursing and finally added the Family Nurse Practitioner license in her later years. Carol had a talent for teaching and over the course of her career had the opportunity to teach nursing as a Faculty at Austin Peay State University and Jacksonville University. As she followed her husband’s military career she found opportunities to use her nursing skills as a volunteer with the American Red Cross. As the Chairman of Nursing for the American Red Cross Carol traveled to Guam to provide Disaster Mental Health services after Typhoon Omar. She also directed the health and mental health services in shelters following the Tennessee Ice storms. Carol developed a training program for the military’s first primary prevention program for child abuse and neglect. She was dedicated to the nursing field and the patients she served. Carol is survived by her husband; Barry Grieve, children: Aaron Grieve, Jaime Haynes, Brigham Grieve, Elizabeth Tatum, Matthew Grieve, Nicole Grieve, and Keilani Sotelo, grandchildren: Isa Grieve 21, Amelia Grieve 17, Ellie Grieve 14, Isaac Grieve 12, Carlos Meza 12, Dillian Jackson 11, Kennedy Grieve 8, Lily Haynes 8, Annie Grieve 6, Matthew Grieve 6, Tyler Haynes 6, Jayden Haney 6, Elias Grieve 3, Ari Grieve 10 months. Graveside Services will be 10:00 AM Thursday, June 25, 2020 at Jacksonville National Cemetery 4083 Lannie Road, Jacksonville, Florida 32218 and Funeral Services 2:00 PM Thursday, June 25, 2020 at HARDAGE - GIDDENS RIVERMEAD FUNERAL HOME 127 Blanding Boulevard, Orange Park, Florida, 32073. In lieu of flowers please donate to a cause near and dear to Carol’s heart. Fostercloset.org. They provide filled back packs to children going into foster care. Add a note to your donation “In Loving Memory of Carol Grieve”.
- Carol is survived by her husband; Barry Grieve, children: Aaron Grieve, Jaime Haynes, Brigham Grieve, Elizabeth Tatum, Matthew Grieve, Nicole Grieve, and Keilani Sotelo, grandchildren: Isa Grieve 21, Amelia Grieve 17, Ellie Grieve 14, Isaac Grieve 12, Carlos Meza 12, Dillian Jackson 11, Kennedy Grieve 8, Lily Haynes 8, Annie Grieve 6, Matthew Grieve 6, Tyler Haynes 6, Jayden Haney 6, Elias Grieve 3, Ari Grieve 10 months.
Thursday, June 25, 2020
Thursday, June 25, 2020
Carol Tyler Grieve
Talene (Tina Morrow) Kramer Kramer
June 27, 2020
To her amazing Family! I’m so sad about your loss! Carol was such an amazing woman! She was always so sweet and kind! Praying for you all! Love you all so much! Tina
June 25, 2020
Carol, my very best friend for the last 27 years. We met when your children were so small. You we’re providing therapeutic help for abused children. The love,understanding and compassion you showed them demonstrated your magnificent gift of true love!
Then I met your family! We lived 2 houses away. Moved to Florida together and shared life’s trials. Your family became my second family. You blessed us and took us under your wing. I will forever be grateful for your friendship. It’s once in a lifetime/ a gift! Thank you for the gift of you!! I love you lots Patty
June 24, 2020
I have fond memories of many weekends spent in the Grieve home. Once while staying over I lost my watch and after explaining to Jaime where I had left it last, she exclaimed, "Oh no....MOM!" I soon found out that Carol was notorious for claiming items left laying around her house as items no longer wanted and thus discarded. To this day, I do NOT leave my stuff laying around❤