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Carolyn Lee King

Carolyn King

February 7, 1971     ~     March 22, 2017

Carolyn Lee King, 46, Bowling Green, died Wednesday, March 22, 2017 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. A native of Barren County, she was a daughter of the late William Lee Dodson and Josephine Rupe Dodson. She was owner of TLC Mobile Massage, a member of Networking Women, and a member of Northside Free Will Baptist Church.

Survivors include one son: William King of Smiths Grove; two daughters: Tiffany King of Bowling Green and Amanda Burnette of Smiths Grove; three grandchildren: Brittany Burnette, Zackary Burnette, and Shawn Burnette; one great-grandchild: AllyRose Burnette; one sister: Patricia Patterson of Lafayette, TN; one brother: William Dodson of Bowling Green; several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Rocky King.

Funeral services will be held 4:00 p.m. Sunday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home with burial in the Happy Valley Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be after 12 noon Saturday at the funeral home.

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15 Entries for Carolyn Lee King

  1. Cherrie Hays says:

    She was amazing friend. I will miss her a lot.

  2. Dartha Sosh says:

    She was a very sweet and beautiful lady. I met her through my daughter. I will miss her very much, heaven gained an angel.

  3. Tom Boal says:

    Dear Lord, Please hold the hands of and comfort the hearts of this sweet soul’s family and let them know that you are with them during this time in their lives. Bless and keep them in your loving arms. Amen.

  4. Belinda Gauthier Roberts says:

    We love you guys! Praying for rest, understanding, and patience during this very difficult time! Belinda and family

  5. Dixie Younkin says:

    She was a very sweet girl growing up& a very sweet lady. Her first love was Jesus , her family. Will, Tiffany you were her shining star, the love & prayers she prayed every day over you. May God comfort the whole family with love & peace. She will be greatly missed, but she is at home with Jesus & your dad waiting for the great homecoming. Love Dixie

  6. Daneill Smith says:

    She was one of the best people I have ever worked with. She was also a good friend who was a wonderful person I’m glad I befriended. God Bless.

  7. Deborah Zimmerman says:

    Carolyn was an angel on earth. She would spread love and cheer where ever she would be. Always so sweet and kind. She would do anything for anyone that she felt needed her help. She had an unconditional love for her children. She spoke of them often with great love and fondness. Heaven has gained a beautiful angel. I will miss my friend. it was a blessing to have known her.

  8. Stacy says:

    Carolyn was the kind of person you knew was destined for heaven. She showed kindness, warmth and a friendly attitude to anyone she met. I never heard her say a unkind word about anyone. Singing with her in college choir was a privilege. Knowing her as a person was a honor. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and know that heaven has truly gained an angel.

  9. Kendra Atkinson says:

    Cousin Carolyn was only 7 years older than me, and I admired and looked up to her my whole life from afar. Being from California we never had a chance to be close, but that did not matter to Carolyn, she had love enough to include me in the circle of family she cared for, near or far. Such a light she was! I followed her triumphs and sorrows and triumphs through the years and I always pulled for her, and she for all of us. I know she loved Jesus and her children more than anything in this world, and I wish you all comfort and the strength to live your lives as she lived; courageously.

  10. Phyllis says:

    My heart like many others are saddened by the loss of Carolyn but find comfort in knowing she has gained her heavenly home. She was one of the first people to make me feel welcome at Warren County DCBS. We became friends and stayed in touch even met up with each other from time to time and shared things that were going on in our lives. Will, Tiffany and Amanda were always a part of our conversation as well as her grandchildren she loved you all beyond measure. I will always think of her when I see butterflies. May peach and comfort help the family as they go through this difficult time. I love you Carolyn and will see you again someday.

  11. Marta Woosley says:

    She was an Amaxing massage therapist and friend. Her infectious smile could brighten tge darkest day. She is now singing with the angels in Heaven. Continued prayers for her children & family.

  12. April vanderpool says:

    I never got to meet her but I heard so much about her from my good friend Anne archer. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult so sorry for your loss

  13. Sylvia Hatfield says:

    I worked with Carolyn in the early 2000s at Mancino’s . She was always a pleasure to be around. Her smile was very contagious and she never spoke a bad word towards anyone. Her pride and joy was no doubt Tiffany! She always told us stories about Tiffany.
    I pray for peace and comfort to all her family today and the days to follow. Thoughts and Prayers to you all.
    Rest in Peace Carolyn

  14. Michelle says:

    In this time of sorrow, may these promises bring solace to Carolyn’s dear family. Jehovah God is close to the brokenhearted, and saves those who are discouraged. And he will wipe away the tears from all faces. Psalm 34:18; Isaiah 25:8 NWT. Peace be with you.

  15. Ken Rupe says:

    Carolyn…by now you’re in Heaven…and the funeral services are complete but you will be remembered for who were.. Sorry I could not be there in person…but my daughter and your cousin, Kendra Lea Rupe Atkinson represented me and my thoughts. Thanks for being part of our extended family.

    Uncle Ken.