Carolyn LOWE

July 12, 1938September 18, 2020

Carolyn LOWE was born on July 12, 1938 and passed away on September 18, 2020 and is under the care of Quattlebaum Funeral, Cremation and Event Center.

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Cathy Bonilla

September 22, 2020

We met six years ago because of our mutual love of pugs. I remember thinking then that you were the type of person that never met a stranger. I was right. You were always kind hearted and thoughtful. I’ve enjoyed seeing you throughout the years and I look forward to a time when we can sit and chat together again in heaven, surrounded by pugs of course. Until then, you will be missed and thought of often.
Your friend,
Cathy Bonilla

Tammy & Joe Sultana

September 21, 2020

Dear Carolyn, your sudden passing has left a large hole in our hearts. Joe and I are so blessed to have known you and your family. You were truly my best friend and like a mother to me for eight years. We have so many beautiful memories that we will cherish forever. You are truly the Most kindest, loving, giving, and compassionate person I have ever met. We will miss you so much and look forward to reuniting in heaven one day. You are Forever in our hearts ♥️

Tara Derolf

September 21, 2020

My dearest Auntie Carolyn. She was so loving and kind to everyone she knew. She always had positive uplifting comments to make and was always smiling. The world lost a beautiful angel here but the heavens are singing in joy at her arrival. She will forever leave an impression on my life Of what love, kindness, non-judgment and true beauty within a soul can be....I am forever grateful for her being a part of my family. Uncle Keith, Mitch, Kelly, Scott, Rita, Nicky and Olivia I share in your sadness my deepest condolences.

David and Suzanne Bell

September 21, 2020

We both knew Carolyn through her dealings with us when she worked for Mr Fanjul at Florida Crystal's. I called her my Southern Bell, which always made her laugh. Really thought she'd go on forever, she was such an amazingly strong character , who we adored despite us never meeting face to face. The sadest thing is we had booked flights to visit Florida last month and planned to call in, but covid ruined that. Goodbye lovely lady, though we were 4,000 miles away you left a huge mark on our lives. God Bless ♥️♥️

Sherry Rodia

September 20, 2020

My condolences to the Lowe family for the passing of a beautiful mother , wife and grandmother. She was such a beautiful and sweet spirit. 🙏♥️🙏

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