Her Children Arise And Call Her Blessed……. Proverbs 31:28

CAROLYN VICTORIA MOORE was born on the 4th of October, 1931. Her mom, Florence died before she was 2 years old. She was loved unconditionally by her daddy, Burl and her maternal grandparents, Wren and Posie Savage.

Caroline was educated in Accomac County Public Schools where her life was touched by a dedicated teacher, Mrs. Julia Harper Moody, who started writing Caroline – Carolyn. However, family and friends love to refer to her as “Niney”, a nickname given to her by her brother Ervin.

Carolyn graduated from Mary N. Smith High School in 1949 and was a member of the Steering Committee of the 35-70 MNS Alumni.

Carolyn was employed by the U.S. Government, the Wallops Island Space Station – finally, she worked at the R&G Shirt Factory in Parksley. She was also a licensed beautician and seamstress and worked in both fields for many years.

Carolyn was a lifelong dedicated member of Metompkin Baptist Church and served her church with fervor in many capacities – an Usher, Choir Member, Missionary, Deaconess, and Sunday School Teacher and wherever she could be of service.

Carolyn was preceded in death by her devoted husband Bennie T. Wilson and son-in-law Donnell Hall. he left to cherish her memory three daughters Taryn , Louise (Everett), and Renee’ ( Roosevelt); five grandchildren Bennie (Ethel), Dacari, Bailey, Jackee’ and De’Shon; Sisters Sally, Jane, Linda, Marlene and Angie; Godchildren Rev. Ronnie Sr., Kevin, Yvonne (niece) Jariell and Julius. And, a host of loving nieces, nephews, family and friends.

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