Carmon was a good person and a good friend.
Heaven is receiving another beautiful angel.
We are saddened by the loss of Aunt Carmen. She has always been there for Bob and Margaret Edith's children, Greg, Jon, Jennifer and Chris. The Shaw sisters loved visiting Aunt Carkie, and remember her fondly. Patty, Va.Lee, and Becky.
Carmon you were one of the first people I met when we moved to Mansfield. you taught both our girls in Kindergarten class at church and they both remember you. I'm so glad I got to visit with you a week ago and I missed you in Sunday School class these past few weeks. you were a devoted daughter and aunt to your family and to the church and I know God has wrapped his arms around you. Love and prayers to your family.
My dear Aunt Carmon was the kindest woman I have ever met in my life. As a young boy, when we visited Ma & Pa Cole, Carmon always woke my brother & I up on Sunday morning for church, sometimes we even went!
She was the first person to introduce me to Christ, it took nearly 60years to "sink in" ! Hallelujah for aunt Carkie, I will always be grateful for her
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Carmon was a very dear sweet lady and she will be missed from her family and friends! I use to love to go to her Dad's store when I was just a little girl with my dad to get our Christmas candy, One great loving family; prayers for the family
Bless you Carmon. You were a dear lady and loved by many.
I knew Carmon as a boy and she was Aunt Carmon to me. She was one of the most gentle kind people I have ever known. Aunt Carmon and my mom, then Evelyn Swick, have been friends since they were school girls and lived together a couple years after high school. they were the same age and have stayed in touch all these years. Mom is in assisted living in Hagerstown and cannot be there, but in her very deep grief, she says she knows where Carmon is now. May God Bless her and all her friends and family. Dave
A great lady, she will be missed by all
We r sorry for the loss of Carmon, i met her in the bank, and she was just a blessing when she waited on us, may God bless her family in the days, weeks, and months ahead, God Bless You.
Aunt Carmon will be greatly missed. I have many fond memories of visiting her house as a young child. When her brother, Bud (my grandfather) was dying, my family had the opportunity to spend time with her. The children spent hours talking and playing at the kitchen table. She was a kind and gentle soul who loved deeply.
Another angel has joined the heavenly choir. Carmon will be missed by many friends, Our church has lost an important lady from our congregation.
Carmon was always a lady. She will be missed in the community by her friends and neighbors. Heaven has received yet another angel.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.