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Carol London

Carol London

November 26, 1946     ~     October 20, 2010

Carol Faye London, 63, Hiseville, died Wednesday, October 20, 2010, at her residence. A daughter of the late Tommie and Lura Thompson Childress, she was a hostess at Barren River State Park, a member of the Hiseville Christian Church, and a member of the Democratic Women’s Club.

Survivors include her husband, Lonnie; three sons, Anthony London of Bowling Green, John London and wife, April, and Kevin London and wife, Tracy, all of Hiseville; 7 grandchildren, Brent London with the U.S. Air Force in New Jersey, Brittany London, Blake London, Keith Crabtree, Colby London, Autumn Kuhns and Hunter London; 1 great-grandchild, Aidan London; two sisters, Jervis Childress of Glasgow and Virginia Owen and husband, Donnie, of Louisville; 2 nieces, Stephanie Fleischer of Louisville and Belinda Roberts of Murray; 4 nephews, Allen Dossey of Paducah, Kelly Dossey of Indiana, Kenneth Dossey of Bowling Green and Rudy Forbes.

Funeral services will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Hiseville Cemetery. Friends may call after 5 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Alternate expressions of sympathy may take the form of contributions to the Hiseville Christian Church.

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11 Entries for Carol London

  1. Ann Kuhns says:

    I know your loss is great and that your hearts are heavy. I hope you can find solace in knowing that her suffering and pain has ceased and she i s now at peace and with her
    lord in heaven

  2. Dawn Pruitt Neet says:

    I’m so sorry to hear about Carol. I remember being a little girl and coming over to the house to visit with my parents (J.L. & Bonnie). It’s never easy to lose someone we love but it helps in knowing they are no longer in pain and with our families in Heaven. My prayers are with you all.

  3. Shannon Trulock Miller says:

    When I think of Carol, I think of her laugh…She was always good to me. She was a wonderful grandmother to my son. I will miss her and love her always….

  4. Susie Trulock says:

    Carol was a wonderful grandmother to Colby….I knew he was being well taken care of by her when she was able to do it…Rest In Peace Carol your suffering is over.

  5. Chad and Nikki Poland says:

    We are sorry for your loss and know you all are going through a rough time. Carol was always good to us, and we will miss her.

  6. Kenneth G. James says:

    Though you cannot always see the birds singing, If you listen with your heart, You can always hear GOD song, Though the ones we love may leave life, as we know it, In our memory, the love we knewwill always csrry on.

  7. Naomi Cox says:

    With thoughts of deepest sympathy to let you know I care.

  8. Johnny Pedigo says:

    Lonnie and Family.
    I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I was not able to make it to the funeral home ,but I wanted you to know, my thoughts are with you.
    With my deepest sympathy,

    Johnny Pedigo

  9. Matt London says:

    Lonnie and family,
    Sorry to hear of Carol’s passing, I know that she had suffered for so long. I pray that God will grant you a peace and comfort during this time of grieving that only He can do.

  10. Travis & Carolyn Sexton says:

    Lonnie and family,
    Sorry to hear about Carol, she fought a good fight, her pain and suffering is over.
    May the God of all Grace give you and your family comfort and peace.
    God’s word said “I will never leave you or forsake you, I will go with all the way you even until the end of the world.

    Love yall Cus
    Pastor Travis & Carolyn Sexton

  11. R J Hogue says:

    To Lonnie and the London family. I am very sorry for Carol’s passing, we all know she is in a better place. Sorry I did not make it by but you know the reason why. God bless you all.