|Tahlequah Daily Press
April 24, 2002
Submitted by: Kay Hubbard Thompson
Tahlequah--Celebration and remembrance services for Carolyn Weddell, of Tahlequah, will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, 2002 at First Untied Methodist Church with Rev. John Price officiating.
Carolyn Weddell, daughter of the late James Cottam and Mary Low Cottam, was born January 26, 1906, in Indian territory and departed this life on April 13, 2002 in Tahlequah, at the age of 96.
Raised in Oklahoma, Carolyn attended what is now Northeastern State University and then moved to Burbank, Calif., where she lived for the next 50 years. In California, she worked as a bookkeeper for an insurance company and was a devoted volunteer for her church.
Carolyn's zest for life was exemplified by the cherished times she spent with her many friends going to the beach, to Dodger's baseball games, or any of the other activities she enjoyed while in southern California.
In 1981, she moved to Tahlequah, where she enjoyed gardening and working in her flowerbeds.
She loved all animals, particularly birds, and enjoyed spending time outdoors. Carolyn's positive outlook on life, kindness towards others and generous spirit always made everyone around her feel very special and will continue to bring comfort for years to come to those who knew her.
Survived by three generations of nephews and nieces and a host of friends and loved ones, all will dearly miss their "Aunt Carolyn"
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