Carol Yvette Dunham

Carol Yvette Dunham
Carol Yvette Dunham

Carol Yvette Dunham, 79, of Amarillo, TX passed away January 21, 2024.

Memorial service will be at 1:00 PM, Saturday, January 27, 2024 at St. Stephen Methodist Church. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors.

Carol was born June 22, 1944 in St. Albans, WV. She married Ferrell Dunham in San Angelo, TX in 1971. While in Amarillo, she worked for Turnkey Computer Systems and Panhandle Independent Living Center. She was a member of the John Mark Sunday School class at St. Stephen.

Carol is survived by her husband, Ferrell Dunham; son, Jason Dunham and wife Brandy of San Angelo, TX; daughter, Marisa Stoffle and husband Chris of Amarillo, TX; grandchildren, Kyrie, William, Lexy, Leland, and Persephone; sister, Deborah Garrett of Florida; and brothers, David Walker of North Carolina, and George Walker of West Virginia.

To watch the service click this livestream link:   https://vimeo.com/event/4044761/e54718eace

 

10 Replies to “Carol Yvette Dunham”

  1. My sincere condolences in the recent loss of your beloved wife and mother Carol, who was also my dear friend. We had so much fun together during junior high practically living at each other’s houses, playing cards and camping out in the back yard on warm summer nights. We went to Saturday night dances, sledding down dangerous paths in the woods nearby during winter and hiking out to the haunted house as we called it.
    I pray that all the memories you share will help in filling the void left by her passing. She was an angel indeed and will be missed until we meet again. Rest in peace.

  2. I am truly saddened at the loss of this wonderful lady. I remember her well. She and I did the accounting for Turnkey – yes Jason she was smart!
    May God’s Comfort and Blessings be upon all.

  3. So sorry to hear of Carol passing, she was truly a lovely lady. We are praying for you and your family during this difficult time.

  4. I am so very for your loss. My dad was Howard. They are no longer sick, but rejoicing with the Angels in Heaven. In our thoughts and prayers!

    1. I also was sorry to hear about Howard. I always enjoyed talking a little bit with him when I went over to see Carol and yes they are no longer sick.
      Bless you

  5. So very sad. Carole and I were best friends in high school and she was my maid of honor at my wedding. She was a beautiful person inside and out. Kind, giving, simply wonderful! Rest in peace my beautiful friend.

  6. Carol was my high school senior prom date. She was so sweet and gracious A very good dancer too. I will always remember her shy smile and soft voice.
    My prayers are with her family.

  7. This makes me sad. Carol and her family were my next door neighbors all through my high school years. I often thought of her as a sister. We both graduated from St. Albans high school in 1962. Rest in peace.

  8. We will miss you Carol. Miss the quiet personality, the laugh, the barbecue in the back yard. Love and miss you Nancy

  9. She was a wonderful person in side and out, remarkable, and dress so elegant. She will be greatly missed in the John Mark SS class and also in Beta Sigma Phi. Thoughts and prayers to Ferrell and family.

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