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Carol Goodman Brown

Wednesday, January 30, 2019
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1945 - 2019

Carol “Bob” Goodman Brown left this world for her next big adventure on Sunday, Jan. 20, at the age of 73.

Please join us in a Celebration of life: 1 p.m. Sunday, Feb 10, at Azle Deer Cove, 101 S. Pearson Lane, Azle.

Memorials: In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made in Carol’s name to the Lung Cancer Research Foundation, lungcancerresearchfoundation.org .

Carol was born in California September 4, 1945 where she spent much of her time on the beaches she loved. However, Carol caught the travel bug early and she was never able to find a cure. She went into remission for several years in New Mexico, Pennsylvania and even Turkey claiming it was “for work” but the wanderlust always returned. Carol was lucky enough to have lived in many beautiful locations throughout her life and was able to visit five of the seven continents. Carol spent the last 13 years in Azle, Texas making her little corner of the world a better place.

Although Carol suffered from incredible road rage, she did have an extraordinarily soft heart just about the size of Texas. Carol hid her Halo under her silver hair, however those who knew her often caught a glimpse of it. Carol was a stupendous woman who spent her later years taking care of other people. Whether she was nursing a sick neighbor, cooking for friends or driving people to appointments she could be counted on to help. Carol was also very artistic and could coax something beautiful from just about anything. Her favorite things to create were dramatic jewelry, wonderful stained-glass art and pretty flowers in her garden. She could tempt almost anything to bloom despite a yard full of shade trees, which she often cursed in the most creative way.

Carol made an impact on everyone she met and will be missed by many far and wide. She will be welcomed into heaven by her parents, Wilburn Goodman and Florine Reed and two of her beautiful daughters Janice “Netta” McCoy and Jeri “BuBu” Payne where, we are sure there will be much rejoicing as they reminisce.

She is survived by her brother Harvey Goodman and wife Judy; sister Tessa James; her gorgeous fun-loving daughter Dawn “Dee Dee” Moody and husband Robby; six grandchildren, first and favorite her beautiful and witty granddaughter, Shauna Canalez and husband Eugene. Tied for a close second are all of her handsome grandsons Shane Perry and wife Shonna, DJ Coker and fiance Josette, Harrison Payne and fiance Misaki, Deryk Coker and Adrian Payne, as well as great grandchildren, Noah, Jonathan and Kaydence.

The Azle News,

Jan. 30, 2019 Edition

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