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1959 Carol 2022

Carol Booth Turner

October 1, 1959 — July 16, 2022

Funeral Services will be held 2:00PM Tuesday 7/19/22 at Eupora First Baptist Church in Eupora, MS with burial in Eupora Cemetery. The Graveside/Committal Services will be held at Eupora First Baptist Church instead of Eupora Cemetery. Visitation will be 6:00PM until 8:00PM Monday 7/18/22 at Oliver Funeral Home and 12:30PM until 2:00PM Tuesday 7/19/22 at Eupora First Baptist Church. Carol Booth Turner, age 62, passed away at her home surrounded by her loved ones on Saturday July 16th. 2022, after a lengthy battle with ALS. Funeral Services were held 2:00PM Tuesday July 19th. at Eupora First Baptist Church with burial in Eupora Cemetery. Rev. Travis Gray officiated. Pallbearers were; Parker Blaylock, Dillon Byrd, Zachary Johnson, Chip Powell, Daniel Vowell and John Daniel Vowell. She was preceded in death by her loving father; Glenn H. Booth. Carol is survived by her husband of 29 years; Russ Turner, daughters; Kadie Carol Byrd (Dillon), and Callie Booth Johnson (Zach), three granddaughters; Emma Kate Fancher, Ella Fancher, Aniston Byrd, her mother; Freitchie Booth, her brother; Dr. David Booth (Lora), and three nieces; Sallie and Abbie Booth and Sadie Burgess (John) and a host of cousins and friends. Carol was born October 1st. 1959 and was a lifelong resident of Eupora. She taught in the public school system for over 28 years. She loved all her students dearly and was considered by many to be a "second mom." Carol loved sharing stories about teaching experiences and spoke fondly of her students. Telling these stories made her laugh and always kept those around her entertained. She had the best sense of humor and most infectious laugh. Carol had a deep love for others and did her best to spread God's word. She was a devoted member of First Baptist Church of Eupora. She loved the members of the Bettye Stewart Sunday School class and cherished every Sunday she was able to attend. She taught GA's, Acteens, and led the Children's Church program for 28 years. She also attended numerous summer children's and youth camps. She had such a passion for helping tell kids about God. She will be dearly missed by all that loved her, but there is comfort in knowing she's pain free and walking those Streets of Gold. She is in Heaven taking pictures of all the beautiful sights and laughing with all that have gone before her
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