of Little Rock, AR
August 30, 1946 - February 9, 2022
Carolyn E. Morton (Hyatt), 75, of Little Rock, went to be with the Lord February 9, 2022. She was born August 30, 1946, in McCrory, Arkansas to Charlie and Jacqueline Hyatt. Carolyn has lived in East End, Arkansas for the last 27 years. She retired as Corporal Morton from the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department after 28 years. She was a member of Bingham Road Baptist Church. Carolyn loved life. She was always so much fun to be around. There was always some shopping to be done or probably a project of some-sort involved but it was a good time and always laughter. She loved her home, yard and her plants. She loved talking on the phone or company stopping by to see her for a visit or a quick chat. She never ran out of anything to talk about, ever. She enjoyed getting those lottery tickets and would get so tickled if she won a dollar or fifty dollars. Those trips to the Casinos were always hoot with her around. Oh, and we cannot forget about Elvis, she loved Elvis. Her laugh, smile that little face and those beady eyes. She was loved by so many and will never be forgotten. She was preceded in death by her parents, Charlie and Jacqueline (Smith) Hyatt. She leaves behind her children and grandkids, Chris Morton of Carlisle; Shannon Porter (Randy) of East End; Amanda McGuire of Searcy; Maci Whiddon (Matt) of Vilonia; Abbi Morton of Arkadelphia; Zack Morton of Carlisle; Austin Johnson of East End; Porter Johnson of East End; Britney Smotherman of East End; and Jessie Smotherman of East End. Carolyn has two brothers Jimmy Hyatt (Ann) and Bill Hyatt and two sisters Barbara Hyatt and Pam Myers (Mark) all from Little Rock. And a host of nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held from 1-3 pm, Sunday, February 13, 2022, in the chapel of Roller Drummond Funeral Home, 10900 Interstate 30.
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I worked with Morton that the Sherriff Office she was always so sweet to me we could talk all day long. Prayers for the family...
Carolyn. I will always remember fondly our days together when our babies were small. I was so blessed to have u as my neighbor, friend and sister in law. You taught me so many things. I will always smile when I think about your warm twinkling brown eyes and your infectious laughter. We will meet again.
Carolyn you will be so missed. You were always so sweet , funny, and willing to help anyone that needed you. You were an amazing women.I’ll never forget you. Gods arms are around you and my arms are around Barbara and your family.RIP MY FRIEND. ❤️
We are so sorry for your loss. Your mother was a wonderful person and brought such joy into the room with that beautiful smile. Although we had lost contact over the years, I will always remember all the good times we had together, making a project or just talking and having a good time. Carolyn will be missed by many friends and family alike. Many all your wonderful memories of your mother help you through this difficult time. We love you and are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Jim and Carol Adams
The tribute of photos is just beautiful. Carolyn was a special person and will be missed
I was privileged to know Carolyn for 20 years. I will miss her kindness, thoughtfulness, humor, and strength. She was always ready to help us with anything we needed. Much love to her and her family.
My thoughts and prayers are with all Carolyn's family. You all were so important in her life and she loved talking (and bragging) about you all. She was a lovely person and a wonderful neighbor. We have lost a special person.
My deepest condolences to the family. Corporal Morton was a phenomenal woman.
Kids, know your in my prayers. She was an awesome person and personality. Carolyn will be greatly missed. But, just remember her laughs and stories and all the good times you had.
Shannon Prayers for you all at this difficult time
What a sweet lady with a beautiful soul. She will be missed.
She was always so kind and funny! You are all in my prayers.
To all of Carolyn’s family- I am so very sorry for your loss. I know she will be missed so much. I pray for all of you.
She was one in a million. Her light was so bright and she shared that with all. I will always remember everything she taught me. God speed my friend, peace be with you and your family.
We love you Shannon and continue to keep you and the family in our prayers. 💕
We are so sorry for your loss, Barbara. You and your sister look so much alike. We're praying for you and your loved ones. ❤
I know your all going to miss her so much. She was a wonderful person with a great smile and personality. May God wrap his arms around you.
She was one strong women.She will be missed.Love you all.
Oh Carolyn, how you will be missed by ALL who know & love you! When I kept the girls, I loved sitting and talking to you when you came to pick them up. You would have me in stitches laughing so much…. Or in tears when you would encourage me over hard times we were going thru. So thankful my life was blessed knowing you. To the family, you are all in my prayers.
Our condolences to Barb and the rest of Carolyn’s family. A wise woman once told us that “grief is the price of love”.We love you Barb❤️,Bev & DebbXXOOXXOO
Shannon and families I am so sorry about your special mom. Our family and yours had some fun times together. I will always keep those memories.
That beautiful smile and Contagious laughter will be truly missed!
Prayers for the family. Sorry for your loss.
Prayers and may God bless all of you.