of Osceola, AR
December 15, 1945 - December 27, 2020
Carolyn Ann Parsons, 75, of Osceola, AR, died Sunday, December 27, 2020. She was born December 15, 1945 in Luxora, AR, to Lonnie and Coy Griffin and was of the Baptist Faith. She worked in Retail Sales and for several Ladies Clothing's stores and was a volunteer for Make A Wish Foundation for many years. Survivors include her son: Joe Parsons III of Blytheville; grandchildren: Chelsea Parsons, Tommy Parsons and Amber Boshell; great-grandchild: Jackson Parsons; sisters: Velma Elizabeth Prince of Manila and Mary Sue Zissis of Destin, FL; brother: Dennis Griffin of Leachville. She is preceded in death by her parents; son: Tommy Parsons; brother: David Griffin.
What a wonderful lady I thank the lord for the opportunity to become such a close friend ! She was a angel to her family. Carolyn gave more of her self than she seeked from others . God Love you Carolyn , you will be missed & your 1st class character will never be forgotten beautiful lady . Sincerely Brad Dunn & family
A dear friend that I always thought of through the years many times. Remembering you and your beautiful smile. And your beautiful caring heart you had for the friends that needed that hug you always had for us. I will cherish our friendship till the end of my days. Until we meet again.....On Angel wings you were taken. But in my heart you will stay, and in God’s light you will rest. Until we meet again....Love you always sweet Carolyn!!! ❤️😇🙏🏻 Nicki
Poopsie, I will never forget the love you shown me. From age 5, even though I wasn't blood, you took me in as your grandchild and always included me. I will keep the many memories including playing dress-up in your dress shop, forever. You will be missed but I know you are now at peace. Give Gran-Gran and Paw-Paw a hug for me.
Rest in Peace Lady. My condolences, prayers for peace and comfort to family and friends.
So sorry for the families loss. Although i haven't seen her in years i always felt apart of the Griffin family. Love and Prayers for the family.
I will surely miss you Aunt Carolyn.. my thoughts and prayers to the family love you all
Poopsie this is one of your grand daughters Chelsea and Amber we love you very much.I wish we could be there.Say hello to my dad,gran gran,and pawpaw.
I have very fond memories of Aunt Carolyn as a child, what a sweet and beautiful woman she was.
So sorry for your loss.
I am so sorry about Carolyn’s passing I went to Luxora school with her, she was really pretty and always kind. I tried to find her on Facebook a few times... I will keep you all in my prayers 🙏🙏
I always remember Carolyn being such a sweet person. She will be missed.
A dear sister in law that will surely be missed. We had great time together and many laughter with each other.