Condolences for Caroline Marie Schryer

Carsie posted on 2/4/17

Oh how I wil miss dear Caroline and her warm smile and hugs. We have this hope though. Hope in the coming of the Lord. Soon we wiill see her again.

 

Diane posted on 2/4/17

Good morning, so sorry for your loss of Ms. Caroline. I would like to leave you with some comforting words from the Bible at Revelation 21:4-"And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” The Bible gives us hope that one day we will no longer have to endure the pain of death. I hope this brought you comfort. If you have any questions please feel free to look up Jw.org

 

Barbara Toth (Mary's daughter) posted on 2/3/17

Aunt Caroline will be sadly missed by all. She will remembered as a loving Mother, Aunt, and good friend. She was so caring and loving to us all.

 

Cindy Bray posted on 2/3/17

Carolyn was always such a beautiful and gracious lady. When I would read her posts on Facebook, I was always reminded of the years we spent at the New Port Richey Church. She and Jim were such precious souls, an inspiration to everyone of love for each other and The Lord. She will be missed very much.

 

Vicki Sites Perry (sis to her) posted on 2/3/17

Caroline was an amazing person, full of love and light. I will hold my memories of her close. Prayers to you. Know she was loved by alot of people.

 

Baarbara Stricker posted on 2/2/17

I am missing you already dear sweet friend...we had so much fun at church working hard and cooking a lot! I have a head full of good times to think over...and birthday breakfasts low so many years ago with the group that is no longer at our church....you are always going to be special in my heart...a true sister bond between you, Marie and I....learned so much from you both...you always had a beautiful smile....I will see you one day soon my friend...much love

 

Rick Sites posted on 2/2/17

Caroline live in my parent's home and babysat my sister and I when we were children and living in Tiffin, Ohio. That was in the 1950s. She was a wonderful person and I still have a toy (a model air craft carrier) that she gave me as a birthday present when I was 9 or 10 years old. We kept up communications in subsequent years, even becoming Facebook friends. The world will be a less hospitable place without her, but we will keep her alive in our hearts, and know that she is now in a better place with departed family members and friends. God bless.

 

Fran Sites posted on 2/2/17

I am shattered to think that my adopted "daughter" is with her siblings and mother. She was such a joy to us when she was part of our family, and we have never forgotten the love she gave my children. Jim, you were the love of her life, and I send you my love.