Let the memory of Carolyn be with us forever
  • 67 years old
  • Born on July 16, 1950 in Hamilton, Ohio, United States.
  • Passed away on May 18, 2018 in Port Charlotte, Florida, United States.

Carolyn Diane Corrie, 67, of Port Charlotte ,passed away Friday, May 18th, 2018, at Tidewell Hospice House. Carolyn was born on July 16th, 1950 to the late Charles and Dorothy (Hartman) Brown in Hamilton, Ohio.

She graduated from high school in Paw Paw Michigan and worked as a hair dresser for many years. On July 2nd, 1977, she married Dean Douglas Corrie. She enjoyed the sunshine, going to the beach, and taking care of her grand and great grand children.

She is survived by her husband, Dean, of 40 years, 3 daughters; Melissa Dawn, Stephanie Lorraine and Christy Lynn, 5 grandchildren; Katlin (Adam), Jessica (Mike), Hailee, Devin and Dominick, and her 7 great grandchildren; Richard (10), Kyden (7), Aaron (5), Aleigha (4), Jackson (3), Logan (1) and Rebecca (1). She was always loving and kind and would always put her family first. 

Memorial services will be held on Monday, June 11th, 2018 at noon. Services will be held at the Golf Cove United Methodist Church with Pastor Mike Weaver. 

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Posted by ICS Cremation And Funeral... on 9th June 2018
Rest in peace Carolyn
Posted by Marsha Fifolt on 24th May 2018
I knew Carol from the time I was 8 until now. I am 48 now. When I was young, she was the one that took me to church for the very first time and that is where I learned my very first Bible verse: Ephesians 2:8-10. I will never forget it. I became friends with her daughter's. My mom and her were friends for many years until my mom passed away in 2009. Thank you Carol so very much for leading me to church to accept Jesus into my heart. You planted a seed and everyone else has been watering it along the way. :) I remember one time that Carol lived in Lawton, MI and had a house near the lake. She hosted a party there and it seemed like everyone came. Off to the side of the house was a cooler filled with pop/soda and there was Dr. Pepper in that cooler. I must have drank so many of those because I thought they were so delicious. I think I got sick from them the next day. Loved that party!

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