Carol Dutcher

Nov 1948 – Dec 2021

“In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.” – Abraham Lincoln

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Remembering Carol

Some people walk this earth for a certain amount of time. Their departure reminds us that angles are watching over us. December 11th, 2021, my mom, Carol Diane Dutcher passed away in her sleep, cardiac arrest.

She joined her heavenly family and gained her wings. During her lifetime, she experienced loss and sadness. But always loved and protected her children. My mom played the role of mother and father. She didn’t always have it easy, but her spirit was always loving and caring. When I think of my mom now, I see her smiling down on her family, husband Francis Davis and daughters Joy Lynn Robinson, Kim Marie Paladino, Kay Dee Robinson.

This is a time of celebration. Mom would not want us to be sad for long. I think of all the wonderful memories of the life she shared with family and friends.

Love:1 Corinthians 13:4Love is patient, Love is Kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.Comfort:Romans 8:28And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him. Who have been called according to His purpose.

The book called Jesus Always:From their devotionals, I read from December 11th, the day mom passed:This is what touched my heart:My ways and thoughts are higher than yours, as the heavens are higher than the earth. When the world around you looks confusing and evil appears to be winning, remember this: I am the Light that keeps on shining in all situations. And light always overcomes darkness whenever these two opposites meet face to face.

Friends & Family

Carol Diane Dutcher is survived by her husband Francis, and her daughters Joy, Kim, and Kay Dee. Also by her grandchildren Nickolas James Paladino, Christian Reece Paladino, Aniya Nicole Paladino, Brianna Marie Paladino, R.J. Vandiver, Ricky Vandiver, Valerie Renia.