Eternal Hills Funeral Home, Cremation and Memory Gardens

3594 Stone Mountain Highway, Snellville, GA


Mary C. Britt

May 1, 1922October 5, 2019

Mary Carolyn Britt, age 97, passed away peacefully October 5, 2019 due to natural causes. She was born May 1, 1922 in Atlanta Georgia to Lawrence and Trubie Dodson. She married her childhood sweetheart, Carl Dennis Britt Jr. in November 1948 who preceded her in death in 2002.

Carolyn is survived by her brother Edward and wife Lois Dodson, daughters Lizann and Kathy Dodson. Daughter Linda C. Britt, and son Mel L. and daughter-in-law Debra Britt, granddaughter Robin and husband Mike Splitt, and great grandchildren Savannah and Austin. Her beloved late sister Elizabeth and husband Dana Gill. Niece Diana and husband Jerry Parker and daughters Britney and Christina Parker.

Carolyn enjoyed gardening, bird watching, travel, and time with family. She was an accomplished businesswoman.


  • Visitation Friday, October 11, 2019
  • Graveside Service Saturday, October 12, 2019


Mary C. Britt

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Lizann Dodson

October 11, 2019

As a little girl, I actually lived briefly with Aunt Carolyn, Uncle CD and Linda. She had an influence on me from those early years...making games out of Bible verses and helping me to grow spiritually ...to love God with all my heart. She and Grandmomma are the major reasons I have chosen to now begin another growth spurt with Christ. Aunt Carolyn had a beautiful heart, loving nature and birds and fitness of mind and body. Through the years I got to stay for a week with her family and learn from her wisdom. My favorite fun thing we did was visiting the Blue Willow Inn several times. She deserves to be surrounded by angels and my love for her will be there forever.

Summey Brown

October 11, 2019

Mel and Linda sorry for your loss. Know she is not suffering anymore. Her and uncle C D are back together again.
We want be there for the funeral we’re going out of town for the week.
Thoughts and prayers are with y’all.

Diana Parker

October 11, 2019

I remember as a little girl every Easter Aunt Carolyn would always have just about another Easter basket for us when we got to her house. Seeing she worked for Nestles. We would always get one of the big chocolate bunnies. Couldn't wait to get it and chow down.

She also was very fond of flowers in her yard. Guess she inherited that from Grandma. Rest now with Uncle CD. Love you, Diana