Carolyn Sue McCuan

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Carolyn was born January 1, 1945 in Blackwell, Oklahoma, to David H. and Mozelle Johns. She went to school, K-12 in Blackwell, graduating in 1963.

She married Jim McCuan July 2, 1964, at the First Church of the Nazarene in Blackwell.

Jim and Carolyn moved to Edmond in 1965.

They welcomed their daughter Shelly into the world in 1970.

Carolyn was a homemaker and she sold Shaklee for over 40 years. Everything that Shelly was involved in, Carolyn was active and present.

She was active in church, singing in the choir, cooking Wednesday evening meals, and was a true servant. She was a member of Edmond First Church of the Nazarene.

Carolyn passed away April 14th at Mercy Hospital. Services will be held Tuesday, April 17 at 10:00 am at Edmond First Church of the Nazarene, with internment at Waterloo Cemetery.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

Survivors include her husband Jim, of the home. Daughter Shelly and husband Mike, of Edmond. Brothers David Johns and wife Karen, of Edmond; Dennis Johns and wife Darlene of Braman; and Dwaine Johns of Blackwell. Grandsons Britain and Barrett Trower of Edmond, Tony Trower and wife Megan of Oklahoma City. Great Granddaughters Esly and Emerson Trower, and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.

5 thoughts on “Carolyn Sue McCuan”

  1. J. Woolever

    Tom and I were very sorry to hear the news of Carolyn’s passing.
    Our prayers are with you Jim and your family.

  2. Please accept my condolences to your family. I hope that the Bible’s promise of the resurrection brings you comfort during this very difficult time. (

  3. Dear Jim and Family ; So sorry for your loss of Carolyn.
    She was such a sweet ladie of Christ. We will deeply
    Mess her.We will pray for you All.


  4. Elizabeth Howell

    Dear Jim and Shelly,

    I am so sorry to hear of Carolyn’s passing. She was such a wonderful babysitter to me and Thomas all of those years. I always think about her and our weekly trips to Shaklee, and to Mazzio’s pizza. I loved watching little house on the prairie with her and going and doing fun things with her. She is like family, and will always hold a special place in my heart, as well in the hearts of the entire Howell family.

    I will be thinking of you all and praying that you can find some peace and comfort during this difficult time. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us if there is anything that we can do.

  5. Fred Lewis

    A blast from the past . . . I have fond memories of playing Rook with the McCuans, and enjoying Carolyn’s homemade cinnamon rolls. Also remember my surprise 21st birthday party at their home. That was 51 years ago. Good times with good friends. But Carolyn, those times don’t compare to the joys you are experiencing today. Kind regards to you, Jim, and your family.

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