OBITUARY

Carol F. Morreale

August 4, 1946December 31, 2012
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Carol Floyd Morreale, age 66 of Round Rock, Texas went home peacefully to be with the Lord on December 31, 2012 following a lengthy, brave struggle with cancer. She was born on August 4, 1946 in El Paso, Texas, the daughter of Army Lieutenant Alfred Jennings Floyd and Margaret Floyd. As a member of a military family, she traveled to several foreign countries and numerous locations in the US. Carol attended college at the University of Maryland in Munich, Germany and graduated from the University of Arizona with a teaching degree in Spanish and French. In February, 1970 Carol married then Lieutenant Dennis Lee Morreale, and for the next thirty years they relocated to nineteen different overseas and US Army assignments. She was an awesome Army wife who spent countless hours helping Soldiers and their families. Carol worked as a school teacher, basic skills instructor for the US Army, and eventually as a dental office manager when the family settled in Round Rock in 1996. Her passion was to spend as much time as possible at the family’s second home on Lake LBJ. Carol enthusiastically pursued boating, jet skiing and loving on her five grandchildren who visited frequently. She loved to attend worship services at The Fellowship Church in Round Rock, Texas and was a true blessing to all who knew her.

Survivors include her husband of almost 43 years, Colonel (retired) Dennis Lee Morreale; son Anthony Todd Morreale of Cedar Park, Texas; daughter Amy Morreale Graff of Cincinnati, Ohio; brother Alfred Jennings Floyd Jr. of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and five beautiful grandchildren: Reagan, Morgan, Mayson, Peyton and Cooper….they were the joy of her life.

Carol was preceded in death by her oldest brother, Richard Eaton Floyd and her parents, Colonel (retired) Alfred Jennings Floyd and Margaret Eaton Floyd.

Special thanks to the wonderful doctors and staff from Scott and White hospitals in Round Rock and Temple, Texas.

Visitation will be held from 6:00pm-8:00 pm on Sunday, January 6, 2013 at Cook-Walden Capital Parks Funeral Home, 14501 N. IH 35, Pflugerville, TX. A memorial service will be conducted beginning at noon, Monday, January 7, 2013 at The Fellowship Church Round Rock, 3379 Gattis School Road, Round Rock, TX. Interment will follow at the Central Texas Veterans Cemetery, 11463, State Hwy 195, Killeen, TX.

To share memories of Carol with her family, please visit www.cookwaldencapitalparks.com

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, January 6, 2013
  • Funeral Service Monday, January 7, 2013
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Bill Goodwin

January 6, 2013

Bill and I were so sorry to hear about Carol's passing. You and your family will continue to be in our prayers. May God grant you comfort during this time.
Jeanie & Bill Goodwin

Nick and Kay Centofonti

January 6, 2013

Carol was a wonderful friend and neighbor. She will be greatly missed. She fought bravely and is now at peace. Her spirit will always be with us. May you find comfort in all your loving memories.

Jane Price

January 6, 2013

Dennis, so sorry that Carol has finally sucombed to dreadful cancer. I will miss her sweet smile. My condolences to you and your kids and grandkids. I may not be able to make the service because of work but I will be there is spirit.

Ranae Schultheis

January 5, 2013

Amy and Morreale Family-I am so heartbroken for all of you. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. She is such a warm loving beautiful woman with such a hugh heart. She will be looking down on all of you and be your angel from heaven. I pray for each and everyone of you that you find peace and comfort in all of this.

Ranae Schultheis

January 5, 2013

Amy and Morreale Family- Carol was an amazing woman and loving mother and wife. Although, I only got the chance to see her when she came to Cincinnati the past 15 years, I feel like I've known her a lifetime here in Cincinnati. Amy- she was a beautiful devoted mom who loved her daughter dearly. She gave me one of the biggest blessings ever....her daughter as my best friend whom I consider a sister to me. God bless all of you, you are all in my thoughts and prayers. I pray for all of your pain and sorrow and sufferings to go away and only precious memories remain. Love Always,

Ranae Schultheis

January 5, 2013

Amy and Morreale Family-I am so heartbroken for all of you. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. She is such a warm loving beautiful woman with such a hugh heart. She will be looking down on all of you and be your angel from heaven. I pray for each and everyone of you that you find peace and comfort in all of this.

Bev and Jerry Weller

January 5, 2013

Amy, we were heartbroken to hear of your moms passing. Even though I only met her twice, I knew she was one special lady, just like her daughter. Our prayers & thoughts are with you and your family.

January 4, 2013

We are very sorry to her about Carol passing. May God bless you and your family and comfort you during this time of mourning and may you and your family keep her in your hearts as a loving wife and mother that always brought a smile to all that saw her
and loved her friends and family.
Dennis, may God comfort you and your
family.
Steve & Norma Gamboa

Courtney Elmore

January 4, 2013

God Bless Carol! What an awesome lady who raised such a beautiful daughter, who I am lucky to call a friend. Amy, we are thinking of you and your family and offer our deepest sympathy.

Marsha Graff

January 4, 2013

Dennis, Amy, Tony, and your families,
We knew Carol for only just a short time, but we certainly got a glimpse of her loving spirit. It was so evident that she loved the Lord, and that she cherished each of you.
We communicated often through her illness, and while we knew she was suffering, she continued to draw strength and hope from her faith in a mighty God. You all gave her such constant, loving care that she once told me ,"I'm blessed to be wrapped in family love".
We pray that God will comfort each of you in the coming days, and fill your heart with pride and joy each time you recall a precious memory.
With heartfelt sympathy,
Stan & Marsha Graff