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Carole Joan Stone, October 30, 1939~July 3, 2015

Stone, Carole Pic_edited-1Carole Joan Stone, 75, of Fayetteville, died July 3, 2015 in Fayetteville. She was born October 30, 1939 in Salinas, CA. to Jack and Reba Payne Tunnell. She was a member of Christian Life Cathedral in Fayetteville. As an ordained minister, Carole was active in prison ministry. She enjoyed baking and cake decorating. She was an accomplished artist, specializing in oil painting. Carole was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother who will be greatly missed by all.

She is survived by her husband, Donald Stone; one son, David Stone and wife, Sheila of Mayfield, KY.; two daughters, Dawn Reynolds and husband, Terry of St. Louis, MO. and Susan Glenn and husband, Chris of Fayetteville; one sister, Judy Hawley of Siloam Springs; eight grandchildren and four great- grandchildren.

Memorial services will be 10:00 A.M. Tuesday, July 7, 2015 at Beard’s Funeral Chapel with Pastor Harry Hamilton officiating.

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    Belinda Clark » 05. Jul, 2015

    Carole was a true walking among us angel. She has gone home and I am saddened for the pain that Donnie,Dawn,David & Susan are feeling right now.
    May peace be with you.

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    Shirley Smith » 06. Jul, 2015

    Carol was a wonderful person full of love for everyone.She will be missed by so many people that knew her.I didn’t get to see her very often just at family reunions but she was always so pleasant to be around. God be with each and everyone of Carol’s family.

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    Sue Whiteley » 06. Jul, 2015

    To Carole’s Family,
    My heart is breaking for your loss. I loved Carole’s humor, her servants heart, and her love of her family. I am in Romania and will miss her home going celebration but my thoughts are with you all.

    Sue Whiteley

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    Marsha Hunt » 06. Jul, 2015

    Carole was a peraon one never forget once they meet her . She was an amazing cook and her paintings were beauiful . She will be greatly missed by all and one day we shall get to see her once again and enjoy her company ! Prayers for her family that they will have peace during this time.

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    Pat Owens » 06. Jul, 2015

    Donnie, Carole was a joy to know. …her devotion to the family is well known. My prayers for you to continue to keep your strength through our Lord.

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    Margaret Adcock » 07. Jul, 2015

    I will miss Carole’s Facebook postings. She provided me with a variety of smiles in her choices to share with us. She painted beautifully and her works were peaceful in their presentation. My thoughts and prayers are with you today.

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    Laura Cousins » 07. Jul, 2015

    To Carole’s Family – my deepest sympathy for your loss. She left a huge impression on me from years ago when we attended church together. My prayers are with you.

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    Mark Johnson » 07. Jul, 2015

    Carole was warm and friendly and always had a kind word and smile for us. She was a great cook and we loved her desserts. We won one of her paintings at a couples retreat around 1975 and we treasure it to this day. May the God of all comfort bless you Don, Dawn, David and Susan and comfort the loss and pain you are now experiencing. Remember I Thessalonians 4:13 – 18 and be encouraged. Mark & Lindi Johnson

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    Name » 07. Jul, 2015

    We love Carole and are missing her. She was a loving friend to so many.
    We pray for God’s comfort to the family and all who loved her.
    Pastor Paul & Martha

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    Howard, Kelly, Alan and Shelby » 07. Jul, 2015

    Carole will be missed greatly. We would see who would get the back row at church first, my family or Don and Carole, and I loved talking to her at SALT!! Thoughts and prayers for your family!!