Carolyn Baum Baber
October 22, 1930 - October 12, 2021
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Thomas McAfee Funeral Homes, Downtown
639 North Main Steet
Greenville, SC 29601
Saturday 10/16, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Service
Woodlawn Memorial Park
1 Pine Knoll Dr.
Greenville, SC 29609
Sunday 10/17, 3:00 pm

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On October 12, 2021, God called Carolyn Baum Baber to her Heavenly home. Almost 91 years ago, on October 22, 1930, Arthur and Mabel Thomas Baum welcomed Carolyn into their family in Lancaster, Ohio. She soon became a big sister to her sisters and brothers, Charlene Baum Syms, Claris Baum Baer (deceased), Thomas Arthur Baum…

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Kathy Baber McKnight left a message on October 17, 2021:
Love and hugs ..... Kathy, Taylor, and Lee
Luther and Carolyn Lowe left a message on October 17, 2021:
Sending our love and remembering all of you in prayer at the passing of Mrs. Baber. May all your sweet memories of a life well lived help to ease your sorrow.
Kimberly poole Shepherd left a message on October 15, 2021:
Anne, I'm so sorry for your loss. I wasn't around your mother very often but when I was, she was always so sweet and didn't mind talking to you. I know she was loved by many and will be greatly missed. Prayers and loving thoughts are being sent your way. Love you all. Kim, Philip and William
Wes Jones left a message on October 15, 2021:
Such a sweet woman and the best grandmother anyone could’ve ever ask for. You will surely be missed. ❤️
Wes Jones left a message on October 15, 2021:
Such a sweet woman and the best grandmother anyone could ever ask for. You will surely be missed. ❤️
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Mark Fulks left a message on October 14, 2021:
I was very sorry to get the news that Aunt Carolyn had passed away. The last time I saw her and Uncle Jim was back in 2002 when my MawMaw (Kathleen) passed away. Seems like a lifetime ago. Even though I hadn't seen her in all those years, I sort of feel like I have since I always got updates on her, Ann, Jimmy, David, and Joy Ella and of course all the grand and great grand kids from my Mom. Mom absolutely loved talking to Aunt Carolyn and reminiscing with her. It was good for her to keep her going. She made notes as to not forget to me everything they talked about and she said that every call was like a reunion to her. As mom's leukemia has progressed and with covid she is stuck home a lot and she always looked forward to her conversations with Aunt Carolyn. When we were growing up I always looked forward to when you guys would come in for visits. I've attached on one my favorite pictures of all time (all or at least most of Grandpa Baber's grand and great grand children. I believe it was on his 90th birthday. Its a great picture. I always remember Aunt Carolyn and Uncle Jim's smiles, and soft voices and wondering how you guys all fit into some of your cars for that trip. Those were some great times. It hard to believe that its been so long ago. I'm truly sorry to see her pass. Mainly for you guys but also for my mom who will truly miss her. You guys will be in our prayers. Mark, Amy, Kelsi & Noah
Donna Cooper left a message on October 14, 2021:
Carolyn Baber was my neighbor and a special friend.We shared many good talks about family. We enjoyed going out to eat and shopping. She was a very positive person. I was very lucky to have her in my life. I will always remember our time together. I love you!
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