Carol Elaine Dearman Cline made her journey with the Lord at the age of 71, at her home in Sherman, Texas.
Carol was born on December 3, 1945, in Waukomis, OK, to Bernice and Esther Dearman. She married Jerry Cline April 16, 1966 in Enid, OK.
She is preceded in death by her mother, Esther Wheeler, father, Bernice Dearman, and stepdaughter, Cynthia Ann Cline Johnson.
Carol is survived by her husband, Jerry Cline, of the home, for 51 years of marriage; stepdaughter, Tonya Rosedo, her husband Mark, their children Christopher and Nathaniel Rosedo, of Virginia; her stepgrandson Casey Johnson, his wife Leah, their children Kaden, Kyson, and Kinslee "Sissy" Johnson of Broken Arrow, OK; three brothers, Bobby Dearman and wife Rose of Canton, Texas; David Dearman of Rosehill, KS, and Larry Dearman and wife Gina of Andover, KS; nieces, Ritha Littell, Jennifer Bevers, Debbie Jones, Jelene Dearman, Jeanette Allen and several great-nieces and nephews, including one surviving Aunt, Leola Moxon of Pampa, Texas.
Carol loved, laughed and lived life!
Her career was primarily spent working for Texas Instruments. She received multiple awards for knowledge and leadership. She retired after 28 years of service, in 2001.
She maintained a very active role within her community. She volunteered and was a committed patron of the Parkside Baptist Church, Recreational Outreach Center and the Women's Ministry.
Carol spent her life caring for others. Her contributions will continue on. Carol chose to donate her body to the Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas.
Carol Elaine Dearman Cline made the request of NO Memorial Services be held in her honor. Instead, please feel free to make contributions to the American Cancer Society in her name.
She wishes to be remembered as who she was.
"I Care Enough to Pray for You." Carol Cline
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