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Thinking of you Carol and my two brothers Don and Ben everytime I see these three birds playing on the fence outside my window on a sunny summer day. These three birds chase each other for a good 15 minutes or at least until I finish my last sip of coffee . As I watch them stop chasing each other, they stare back at me chirping as to tell me they are happy . Somehow I know it's a

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Posted by: Brenda A McArthur Puckett - Elk Grove, CA - sister   Aug 11, 2013

Hi Aunt Carol,
its Nic, I visit this memory page often, but think of you even more. The memories are what help me get through the tough days and on the tougher days I just cry.

i have so much to say, but I feel like you already know because you are with me in spirit. Daryl (teacake) is growing like a weed, and DJ graduated from 8th grade!

Derek is doing well, and most recently we were faced with an

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Posted by: Nicole Lucas - Hyattsville, MD - niece   May 29, 2013

kimberly
your mother was a very special person to all of us who
had the pleasure of knowing and working with her. she always
had a smile and such a positive attitude no matther whtat
the situation was.


Posted by: janet branton - sterling, VA - co-worker and friend   Mar 30, 2013

Dear Kimberly and family,

I was upset to learn of Carolyn's passing. I had the pleasure of working with her at the Dulles reservations office for several years. She was one of the most positive, energetic and thoughtful persons I ever met and her inner beauty radiated to everyone around her. She always went out of her way to smile, say good morning and ask how my day was going. She was so loving and kind to those she knew, and

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Posted by: Kathy English - Annandale, VA - Co-worker at UAD/IADRR   Mar 19, 2013

Carol was of my favorites at United (old United). She was the reason I can boast a 35yr career. It was always her upbeat positive outlook on life that kept me going. Her bright light will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace my sister.


Posted by: Stephanie McNeil Calhoun - Alexandria, VA - coworker   Mar 11, 2013

Dear Kim and family please know that our heart felt sympathy is with you all at this time. We remember Carolyn from many wonderful years working together in both Pittsburgh and Washington. Carolyn brought sunshine into our lives with a wonder smile, and lovely personality. Her melodius voice brought such great happiness wherever she sang and we so enjoyed her sharing that voice with us. Know that we also are so sad to hear of Don's passing. He was such a dear man. God bless you with peace in remembering all the good time you have had.
Sincerely, Sherry & Susie


Posted by: Sherry Muoio & Susie Hughes - Phoenix, AZ - Ual Family   Mar 11, 2013

We are comforted to know you are among the Lord's angels singing praises to Him. We will forever miss your laughter, bright personality and your singing joyfully. Kimmy, know that we are here. We love you just as much as we loved your Mom and Dad!

Auntie Rose and Uncle Peter


Posted by: Peter and Rose Sittner - Kensington, MD - Family   Mar 10, 2013

Dear Kimmie and family-I am so sorry to hear about your Mom-what a true lady. ..so kind and always smiling. I remember her giving me a wonderful welcome when we transferred from CLERR to IADRR. God bless you and yours and know that she was truly one of the best in every way.


Posted by: Marianne J Skala - Westlake, OH - UAL coworker and friend   Mar 10, 2013

Carol will always be remembered as a fun and loving sister-in-law who was creative, talented and beautiful. She was very encouraging. I don't recall her having anything negative to say about anyone.
I'll never forget that when my faimily first met Carol and heard her sing we said she sounded like Nancy Wilson (famous singer). Carol also loved to share stories about her family vacations on cruise ships and other countries that she took with her husband Donald and daughter Kim.

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Posted by: Brenda McArthur-Puckett - San Francisco, CA - Sister-in-law   Mar 10, 2013

Carol & Don lived in the Eldorado Towers in Hyattsville,Md. in the 1980's. It was there where we shared so many laughs, food, singing and good times. Carol loved to talk she could take about 10 minutes to say goodbye to you when you left their home or from on the phone. She will be missed. Kim, you are one of my hero's.. Love Uncle Coach


Posted by: Cochise McArthur - voorhees, NJ - brother-in-law and friend   Mar 10, 2013