Carol Guenther

Carol Guenther


The family of Carol Howell Guenther celebrates the life of their mother and grandmother, who died Sunday after a brief illness in Bartlett, Tennessee. Carol Ann was born February 20, 1929, in Oklahoma City and was raised in the nearby town of Edmond, Oklahoma. She took a B.A. from the University of Oklahoma in 1952. After marriage, she moved to Memphis where she raised her family of five children. In her life in Memphis, she was an active member of Raleigh Presbyterian Church, P.E.O., Community Bible Study, and MIFA’s Meals-on-Wheels program. She was an avid bridge player and enthusiastic fan of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Carol Ann is celebrated by Charles Albert Guenther, Jr., and his wife Dianne of Columbia Falls, Montana; Cary Howell Guenther and his wife Gayla of Edmonds, Washington; Lee Alan Guenther of Hot Springs Village, Arkansas; Carolyn Guenther Carlile of Memphis; and Robert Stewart Guenther of Chicago. She is also celebrated by seven grandchildren: Dylan, Chelsea, Mabry, Christopher, Grace, Andrew and Garrett.

The family invites you to join the celebration at a visitation at Memorial Park Funeral Home, Memphis, TN on Thursday, October 15, from 5-7 p.m. The celebration will continue with a service at 2:30PM on Friday, October 16, also at Memorial Park Funeral Home, Memphis, TN. Carol Ann will be interred Monday, October 19, at Gracelawn Cemetery in Edmond, Oklahoma.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider a donating to the Memphis Interfaith Association or the Presbyterian Disaster Relief Fund.

1 thought on “Carol Guenther”

  1. Carol Ann and I were BEST friends from Jr. High in Edmond all through high school and from then on! Jane McMinimy Peevey & Caralee Miller Shirley Holloway were part of our group & have kept up with each other ever since.

    Jane, Caralee & I were all sorry that Carol Ann did not make it up to Wichita a few years back when we had all planned to get together here. She did get to Edmond, but somehow didn’t make contact with Caralee & Jane to come on up here.

    We were all P.E.O.’s & the other 3 were pages for me when I was Oklahoma State Presideent in 1988.

    My husband, Larry, died in 2013. He and I had visited Carol Ann & Al in Memphis many years ago.

    Jane found out that Carol Ann had passed away when she tried to contact her to let her know that Caralee had died Dec. 20th in Houston.

    I did get the card that told of her recent move. VIRGINIA STEPHENSON

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